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Ohrenschmaus Podcast #050 – Maria Brant

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“Watching decks turn – but it is important to listen” that’s the subheading for our 50th mix. The podcast series this time showcases Maria Brant. We never thought about making it to this ridiculous number, but here we are. And we will continue our work, that’s for sure. Maria Brant a DJ, radio host, promoter and of course a friend of us finally is involved in our small project. His mix is more than a podcast. It simply is a radio show without talking. The first half of the mix has a cosy mood and highlights some soft-beat stuff, ambient, electronica, world music and some minor drone influences. The second half matches the overall feeling and taste but showcases some more club orientated qualities. Left field and experimental house meets mid-tempo house and soft techno with retro synths, lush pads and lots of analogue sounds. Take your time and follow this beautiful acoustic scenery. Thanks Christian for participating, your OP.

 

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“Watching decks turn – but it is important to listen” that’s the subheading for our 50th mix in the podcast series. We never thought about making it to thisridiculous number, but here we are and we will continue our work, that’s for sure.

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Review: Various Artists - 3YRSVDR - Verydeeprecords

Review: Various Artists – 3YRSVDR – Verydeeprecords

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Verydeeprecords is now around for three years and celebrates their birthday with a nice compilation that goes by the name “3YRSVDR”. 15 tracks made it onto the tape, which comes in an artsy cover and a puristic, white cassette. As usual the Nuremberg label features tracks from themselves and friends. On board are Me Succeeds, Christoff Riedel, Carlesy, Allie, [ ], Bambi Davidson, An Elm, Philipp Roth, Magic Meru, Soft Grid, Red On, Lorin Strohm, Edna X, Stadt aus Draht, Vincent von Flieger and William Black. Some of them share originals, while others remixed tracks. In the end Verydeeprecords offers a nice range of sounds from bass music, songwriter stuff and experimental techno with their “Three years of Verydeeprecords [3YRSVDR]” package.

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