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    This week's guest DJ on @DarkScienceElectro we take a listen to a non-stop Electro set by Croatian DJ @Avatar_J


    Josip Katic aka ΛVΛTΛR J is a DJ/Producer currently residing in Rotterdam. As with many of us in the Electro community, at a young age, he was fascinated with breakdance and Hip Hop culture. During his adolescent years he shifted his interest to House and Techno. Now 15 years after the start of his initial love for Hip Hop, he is back to his roots playing Breakbeat and Electro. He spends time as an organizer of local events and producing new Electro material for future live performances.


    Robyrt Hecht - Exploration

    Dj Xed - True To The Game

    N-ter - Maschinen Technology

    DVS NME - Barrier to Entry

    Datawave - Thermal Research

    Dez Williams - On The Verge

    Credit 00 - Streets

    DJ HASH - Return To The Fresh Beats

    Anthony Rother - Emulation

    Norwell - Transz

    MaelStrom - Lost Axis

    No Moon - Bathtub Dub

    Lectro_cod_e - Modulated (Pablo Splice remix)

    Alavux - Phutura

    Das Ding - Your Content Will Arrive Shortly

    Plant43 - Storm Control


    Resource:

    www.youtube.com/@avatarj1987

    www.facebook.com/4vatar.j/

    www.mixcloud.com/sumoacidcrew/

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    Cygnus - The Laser Lounge
    Alonzo - Animal Control
    Carl Finlow - Downstream
    Krypton 81 - Kein Lebenszeichen
    Larionov - System Error
    Legacy - Aqua Assault
    RX-101 - Trip To The Unknown
    Steffi & CYRK - Lublaby
    Darkatek - Shades Of Brighton
    TV.OUT - No Good
    Bochum Welt - Saint (Heinrich Mueller remix)
    Sentient State - Sentient Machine
    Cliff Dalton & Lloyd Stellar - Verbindingspunten
    Blast Attack - Dictator
    Zeta Reticula - Out Of Range

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    This week on @DarkScienceElectro we check in with Spanish DJ duo UHF


    Founded by techno DJ/producer José Castillo aka Milford and David Aragón. These are two of the most highly respected DJs in the electronic scene of Madrid. Together they create Electro beats and IDM, which mixes old-school tunes, and European influences from the nineties with a strong taste of Detroit. Their first single was released in 2014 and included in a great compilation of their own label Gladio Operations, along with renowned artists such as Boris Divider, ERP, and Luke Eargoggle, among others.


    Rekab - Total Control (Sound Synthesis remix)

    Morphology - Zilog Z80

    Obergman - Nocturnal Detour

    Sound Synthesis - Bmal Gene

    Jauzas The Shining - Traveling light

    Kosh - Vicious love

    Stingray - Reverse Engineering

    The Exaltics - Another World Underneath (Animistic Beliefs remix)

    Cyan 85 - Nothing Like's Da D

    Anthony Rother - Kocmoc

    Alonzo - Unprofessional

    Carl Finlow - Engines Of Creation

    Nullptr - Syndicate

    Sons Of Slough - Snares And Temptations

    Bitstream - Monolith

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    2022 has unarguably been a great year for Electro both with overall visibility for the genre as well as with the sheer number of quality releases being put out over the course of the year. This was also a year in which I took a break from my show and handed DJing responsibilities over to DJ friends from around the world. Couldn't be happier with how the year turned out for the show. I feel like It was a busy year both production-wise and promotion-wise for @DVSNME and @DarkScienceElectro respectively, however, I found some time to put together a mix of my favorite 22 tracks from 2022. Thanks to all the artists and DJs for the promos that made this mix possible. (@dvsnme December 16th, 2022)


    @Ole-Mic-Odd - Bunsen Burner

    @BenPest - VCS Wig

    @Dynarec - Stabilized

    @Alienata & @CYRKmusic - G Factor

    @Cyphon14 - Black Market Cyborgs

    Gravity Waves - Memory 3

    @BinaryAlgorithms - Metropolis Hundida

    @Konerytmi - Ikuisesti Nuori

    Alonzo - Zone D

    @AetherPilot - Planète Abandonnée

    @DVSNME - Local 22 UAW

    @Cygnus - The Laser Lounge

    @Reptant_the_lizard - Organizm Mechanizm

    @DL-MS - Invisible Bits

    @Univac-geistform - The Girl In The Mirror

    VCS2600 - Global Thermonuclear War

    @Dopplereffektofficial - Neuroplasticity

    @Client_03 & Sync 24 - Counterfactual Interaction History

    @Mokotron - Maiori Electro Alliance

    @SiliconScally - Homage

    @Bochum-Welt - Saint (Heinrich Mueller remix)

    @Metacomplex - Double Helix

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    For the 693rd episode of @DarkScienceElectro we look to a newcomer 21-year-old Russian producer/DJ @Arpatronic


    Arpatronic sound is very familiar, being inspired by Detroit Electro, Drexciya, Dopplereffekt, Commuter, The Hacker, and more. He loves a simple and at the same time audacious sound. He also has his own label called Russkiy Didzhital (@rusdidzhital).


    Arpatronic - External Shifter

    Kraftwerk - Arpatronic Edit

    Kittin & The Hacker - Soyuz

    The Droid - System

    Arpatronic - Jigglypuff

    Commuter - Equanimity

    Morphology - Molecular Hydrogen

    The Exaltics & Heinrich Mueller - Hologram Universe

    The Hacker - Tension

    Arpatronic - Sample Technology

    CT Kidobó - Infophysix Dub

    Dynarec - Stellar Wind

    Arpatronic - Recharge

    The Exaltics & Heinrich Mueller - Search for Artificial Intelligence

    Der Zyklus - Der Tonimpulstest (Arpatronic Remix)

    Commuter - Last Tram to Ivry

    Dynarec - Moving Corridors

    Ultradyne - Dyslexia

    The Exaltics - It’s Not What It Seems Like

    Liaisons Dangereuses - Etre Assis Ou Danser


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    This week on @DarkScienceElectro we check in with a guest who is paying his second tribute to the outlet, @danieljaraakasurco


    Surco has been DJing since 2019 and is, like many of us, rightfully obsessed with Electro. Some of his favorite artists include Gosub, Morphology, Versalife, Luxus Varta, Carl Finlow, and others. He is 37 years old and lives in Madrid, Spain, and has been a huge fan of Electro music since being exposed to it 2001 via the 'World Service' mix by Dave Clarke.


    Dopplereffekt - Telescope Array

    The Advent Feat. Paris Da Black Fu - Electric Pandemic

    Cybereign & Francois Dillinger - Operate

    Sound Chasers - Automatic Push Buttons

    Boris Divider - Especie Digital

    Fleck E.S.C. - Nice Guy (Pip Williams remix)

    Alonzo - Drunken Badger

    Ole Mic Odd - Acid Bass In Outer Space

    DJ Overdose - Wrecknology

    JI & DeFeKT - Leisure Machine

    The Exaltics - The Others

    DJ Overdose - Mi Ami

    Shawescape Renegade - Soldiers Of Electro

    Heuristic Audio - A Chemical Deficiency

    The Exaltics - NGC 253

    The Hacker - Fadin' Away (Heinrich Mueller remix)

    The Exaltics - Don't Ask Me Why

    Gesloten Cirkel - GPU_Didit (Turbo remix)

    Reptant - Enter Atmosphere

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    This week on Dark Science Electro, we check in with Colombian DJ/Producer Binary Algorithms

    Binary Algorithms is Andrés Ávila describes himself as a Transhumanist. As both a DJ and producer, he works on futuristic Detroit Electro, Ambient and Breaks, usually preferring versatility over generic patterns and sounds.


    Biochip - M.O.

    Bitstream - Communion - Arcade Mix

    Blackploid - Pleasure Activism

    Djedjotronic - Death Clock - VIP Mix

    Solid Blake - Tissue

    DeFeKT - Malfunction (Feat. JI)

    Binary Algorithms - Génesis Cyborg

    Rein x Djedjotronic - Automation

    Binary Algorithms - X-Ploration

    The Exaltics - 0998.0989.12

    Manao - Control

    Binary Algorithms - ID

    Dagga - Technobass Freak

    Ctrls - Subroutines

    AC x JI- Turnin' Headz

    Amantra - Coin Operated Female

    Binary Algorithms - Artificially Programmed Memories

    DJ Frankie - Cybernetic Emotion

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    This week on @DarkScienceElectro we check out veteran producer/DJ @wayne-richard also known as Volph.


    Maltese electronic music artist Volph has graced the decks for the last 20 years playing mostly old-school electro and anything in between. In the last 4 years, he started experimenting with his own music and spent most of his time in the studio creating new Electro sounds which recently lead to his releases on Wirebox and his latest release on Lazer Records. As a DJ, he’s a sucker for modern and old-school Electro, as shown in this exclusive mix for @DarkScienceElectro

    Aquatronics - Euphotic Zone

    Amper Clap - The Dome

    Boris Divider - Remote Operator

    Romplex - Interstellar

    Anthony Rother - Enforcer

    JI & DeFeKT - Broken City

    Robertiano Filigrano - Bedroom Music

    JI x DeFeKT - Free Your Mind

    Dynamix II - The 2 That Return

    False Persona & Tom Jarmey - Swarm

    Cybereign - Divide

    214 - This One’s For Rexing

    Assembler Code - O.Y.M. (Sync 24 & JI remix)

    Locked Club - Electro Raw

    Anthony Rother - Stellarator

    Djedjotronic - Celular

    Juno Lazermachine - Pursuit (Dark Vektor remix)

    Solar Chrome - This is Electro

    CYRK - Zeigarnik Effect

    Commuter - Systemausfall

    Franck Kartell - Electro Music

    Mike Ash - Inside The Machine


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    www.facebook.com/VolphMalta/

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    This week on @DarkScienceElectro we listen to a Detroit legend, the one, and only @dj-dijital-1


    Anthony Rother - PSI Robotics-

    Detrechno - After Shock

    DJ K1 - Cosmic Flight

    Erotek - Unknown

    Jessbeatz - Techno Fobia

    J Shaw - Surfing Galaxies

    Jessbeatz - Lights

    Professor X - Techno Kut

    X-Men - Revenge of the X Men

    Jessbeatz - La’ Machine

    Impakt - Defcon

    Di'jital Blak - Orson Chronicles

    AUX 88 - Moon Walker

    Di'jital - Proto Beats

    Di'jital - Jit 2 This

    Dynamix II - Techno Bass

    AUX 88 - You Don’t Want None of This

    DJ Assault & AD'E - Numerals

    Keith Tucker - Electro Lights

    Di'jital - 808 Kits

    Tricky D & Debonair - Take it to the Max

    Di'jital - Return of the Hacker

    Reconstruct/ Dj K1 Remix

    Shawescape Renegade - Geisteszustand

    Scan 7 - Made 2 Last

    Bart Karlos - Shaftwerk


    The open-minded attitude of understanding the World of Jazz, Soul, Funk, Disco, and even Hip Hop makes it much easier to figure out what may have caused the emergence of the Detroit Techno and Electro scene. This is the case of Lamont Norwood, also known as DJ Di'jital, who grew up with all these groove influences.


    Of course, it was the sounds of Kraftwerk in the first moment, and after that the Street Dance culture that guided him – mainly with the Electro-Funk classics of the beginning of the eighties. Fascinated, Norwood was caught by a whole movement that started with the Funk culture, but whose roots lie miles ahead. Largely influenced by the street sounds of Afrika Bambaata, Newcleus, and Cybotron that swirled into his mind during the eighties, Lamont decided to stretch to the boundaries and started a deep journey of musical research.


    His DJ story began even before the acquaintance of the turntables at the beginning of the nineties: he started with double tape decks at a parent’s house with very limited options. But the natural mixing skills and the density of his musical background took him far beyond his dreams: more than ten years ago, he became a professional DJ, even if his professional highlight was yet to come.

    Before the so-called professional ascension, he played tons of House parties as a Cabaret DJ. To be really integrated into the scene, it was just a question of time. He quickly shifted behind the decks and became part of the most important professionals behind the electro scene from the nineties. His melting pot of Electro-Funk, techno, booty and ghetto tech elements with scratching skills created a very unique ambiance in which DJ Di'jital drove the crowds wherever he wanted to.


    In 1996, Lamont Norwood integrated the brilliant Aux 88 as their DJ and had the pleasure to experience live shows with them for years. In the same year 1996, he released his first track, 'Radar2Bass' which, according to his statements, was meant to be a 'Sinister Techno Bass'. It appeared on the 'Xperience De Bass II' EP by Direct Beat, the same label through which he released his first single: “Prototype”, a kind of definition for his sound, a free sound that was made to be included on the open-minded DJ’s repertories, which were really free to do whatever they wanted. He also released several other productions, remixes, and a couple of CDs through Direct Beat records, one of the most important labels of the electro scene.

    Essentially versatile in the music scene, DJ Di'jital built a really solid foundation as a world-class DJ all these years. His repertories, which are an amazing combination of electro classics with more contemporaries, should not be missed. He is currently building a new recording studio and Arcade in Downtown Detroit.


    Additional resources:

    djdijital2.bandcamp.com/

    www.instagram.com/djdijital1/

    www.facebook.com/djdijital1

    www.discogs.com/artist/1218-DJ-Dijital

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    For this week's installment of Dark Science Electro we turn to Sweden, where we will be checking in with a long-time friend of the show Maschine Brennt.


    55-year-old Joacim Thenander started producing music in the early 80s after the acquisition of a Yamaha CX-5m (the first computer to have a MIDI port built-in) and some hardware like the Korg MS20. He was a mainstay at local parties due to his large record collection and technical knowledge, having worked in a music instrument store. Though he hasn't performed as a DJ since 1994, he has stayed active as a digital DJ and amazing music producer. His wheelhouse for production resides in Electro, Industrial, EBM, and other electronic-heavy genres. In 2014 he teamed up with the artist @the-kretz and began releasing music on @plonk-label. He has since released 4 albums as Maschine Brennt on KinetiK, Plonk, and Microlab Studio, not to mention his more than 10 side-projects having various releases.


    Akamagoo - Miami (Syntronik's remix)

    Dark Vektor - Back (Instrumental)

    MMT-8 - Mindlocked

    Maschine Brennt - Maschine (extended)

    Matt Whitehead - Spinning Mobile

    Anthony Rother - Stellarator

    Posthuman - Pleasure Machine

    Maschine Brennt - Loop (Extended Mix)

    Assembler Code - Lateral Transfer

    Fracture & Sam Binga - Xtatic

    Serge Geyzel & Karsten Pflum - Doppelt

    Kretz - Get Dirty (Deemphasis Remix)

    Kevin Lux - A Way Out

    Commuter - Bionic Transplant

    Maschine Brennt - Electro Elite

    DATAPOP - Travellers (Maschine Brennt Remake)

    Carl Finlow - Cascade

    Maschine Brennt - Music Technology

    Scape One - Click Click Drone

    Deemphasis - Control

    Maschine Brennt - Construction (Extended Mix)

    Maschine Brennt - In the Machine

    Architect - Ghost of a Working Man (Hecq Remix)

    Maschine Brennt - STN 100507

    Maschine Brennt - Mensch oder Maschine

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    This week on Dark Science Electro we check in with DJ Neurodancer

    Neurodancer is a Lisbon-based DJ for whom digging and sharing various strains of electronic music have been an obsession for years. Recently, he co-founded Capital Decay, a label that has showcased local talent across a wide sonic spectrum, through records, parties, and radio shows. For the dancefloor, he's all about physical and robotic sounds, without setting aside the voices and melodies that remind us that humans are still in charge — at least for now.


    Sonar Base - Before the Storm

    Privacy - Slide Back

    Sansibar - Body Rock

    The Exaltics - The Others

    Lake Haze - Adamastor

    DJ Overdose - Kekko

    Ben Pest - Mouth Lawson

    Zeta Reticula - Z.E.T.A.

    Go Nuclear - Can’t Stop a Feeling

    Norwell - Secret Transmission (Solid Blake remix)

    Silicon Scally - Quatermass

    Syrte - Simulation Assimilation

    Djedjotronic - Death Clock (JI remix)

    Drexciya - Hydro Cubes

    Detroit’s Filthiest - Critical Condition

    DJ M.F. Technician - Fix und Fertig

    Alek Stark - Halo 8 (Heinrich Mueller remix)


    Additional resources:

    instagram.com/neurodancer_

    capitaldecay.bandcamp.com

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    This week on Dark Science Electro we check out a new mix by passionate DJ, promoter, and artist ROI

    With a strong autonomous personality within the clubbing scene, Roi lives away from the madding crowd, surrounded by nature by the sea. Philanthropist 2.0 in his city, passionate about the electronic drive and tireless promoter in a constant struggle to maintain the Galician club culture, Roi champions his mission, to a large extent, being an active part of the Fanzine label project, which he co-directs together with The Panic Room.


    Maruwa - Neo-plant

    Patrick Zigon - She's Alive (Noah Pred Remix)

    Blixaboy - Micronautics

    Fracture & Sam Binga - Conditional

    Captain Mustache - I Like to Program (feat K-1) (Cignol remix)

    Garneau & Max ulis - Do it

    Nullptr - Resilience

    DVS NME - Use Value

    Maelstrom & Fasme - Moneres

    Zizerk - Decay Simulation

    Aiken - Third Chapter (The Exaltics remix)

    Sound Synthesis - Electronic Machines

    Nullptr - ControlNode

    Sound Synthesis - Reflection Patterns


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    www.facebook.com/roifanzine/

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    For this 682nd installment of @DarkScienceElectro we check in with another longtime friend of the show @missmedley


    Medley has been a fixture in the local Miami scene as a supporter, promoter, and DJ for almost three decades. She is the driving force behind 'Subterranean Industry' and co-founder of the @geishaz, two entities responsible for booking, promoting, and recruiting a wide variety of artists and DJs. Her love and consistent dedication to electronic music and culture helped pave part of South Florida’s local underground music scene throughout the years. To this day, Medley continues to radiate through her mixes, play special events, and build connections around the world through music. Medley’s style can be described as “beautifully vicious with an underlying tone of sensuality and a touch of quirkiness when the mood hits her”.


    Blastromen - The Three Laws (edit feat. Medley)

    Terrestrial Access Network - Stress

    Andy Toth - Subspace

    Morphology - Convince The Computer

    Sons Of Slough - Snares & Temptations

    Zequenx - Impozter Alert

    Zeta Reticula - Host Star

    Scape One - Disruptive Concept

    Blast Attack - Singularity

    Saigg - Calmando al niño

    Assembler Code - Outer Trace

    Steffi & Sepehr - The Hairy Otter

    Snarexx - Bass Side Of The Moon

    D_Roots - Breaking Fakes

    The Droid - Paradox

    DVS NME - Achtunddreißig

    Gravedad Cinética - Mecanismos

    Nthr1 - Innocent Sadness


    Additional resources:

    geishaz.com/artists/medley/

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    For the 681st episode of @DarkScienceElectro we will take a listen to mix by a UK DJ based in West Yorkshire.


    Jay Ellis (@jay2674)has played at various clubs around West Yorkshire like the Mint Club, Mission, and Space Leeds. He has also been DJ support for live shows for artists like Cybereign. He has been in love with Electro music since he was a school-aged lad in the 1980s. He dabbled with Rave in the 90's, got turntables, and immediately went back to his first love after listening to 'Don't Stop The Beat' by Anthony Rother and other classic tracks by the likes of Mr. Velcro Fastener and Dexter.


    Neonicle - Overlove

    Johnfaustus - Rukkus

    Unknown Artist - Frequency

    Kafkactrl - Vector 12

    Code Rising - Beat Machines (bfxtproto remix)

    Kafkactrl - Entropy Model

    The Hacker - Vox Mix

    Unknown Artist - Shake Your Bour Baur

    Lectromagnetique - Core

    Aloka - xtx3

    Maelstrom - Bricktown District

    Anthony Rother - Don't Stop The Beat

    Amavd Retwini - Minimize Contact

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    For the 680th episode of @DarkScienceElectro we check out a mix by Polish-born/Scotland-based DJ and producer @ona_vera


    ona:v is a scientist by day and a DJ by night. Purveyor of classical Electro and Techno, she leads a female-led Techno/Electro night in Edinburgh. She also currently runs two different podcasts, one on Edinburgh's EHFM and the other on Threads Radio.


    MP User - Unreleased

    Blackwater Hardware - Sake With Lorcan

    DAWL - Human Experiment

    DPCLD - HongKong Express

    Lithium - Cromby

    Henry 3000 - Connect the Dots

    Arsonist Recorder - Geist

    Plant43 - Rivers Of Rust

    Nullptr - Logical

    Sons Of Slough - Snares & Temptations

    Gamma Intel - Papenthin

    Pip Williams - Man vs Machine (R21 remix)

    JI featuring The Hacker- Time Echo


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    www.instagram.com/onav_onav_/

    www.facebook.com/onav.dj

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    For the 679th episode of @DarkScienceElectro we turn to Copenhagen, Denmark, where we find producer @Delayscape - He isn't usually a DJ but I convinced him to make an exclusive mix for DSE anyway.


    Since the mid 2000’s he has released music on labels such as Anna Logue Records, Go Finger, Cold Beats Records, and Noise To Meet You, as well as influential netlabels like Elpa Music and Monotonik. His style is best described as a mixture of instrumental Synth Pop, Electro, and IDM. Inspirations include classic 1980’s Synth Pop, 1990’s British Techno, IDM, Electro and loads more. The music is made on analogue and digital hardware synths, drum machines and effects boxes controlled by simple midi sequencers. Delayscape also plays in industrial/synth band Heinz Beauvaix.


    Anthony Rother – Protektor

    Cylob – Sanq (Autechre mix)

    Solvent & Skanfrom – Expect Delays

    Mysterymen – Is It Real

    I-F – Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass

    Skinny Puppy – Addiction (Dog House Mix)

    Man Machine – Man Machine (Remix)

    Indicate – The Latest Idea

    Hi-ryze – JP233

    Stasis – Point Of No Return

    Aphex Twin - Polynomial-C

    Special Olympic Acid – 8Props

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    This week's guest mix for @DarkScienceElectro comes to us from Spanish/Mexican DJ @DanielHertz

    Daniel began deejaying as a hobby back in 2015 and decided to take matters more seriously three years ago, when he enrolled in a music production school in his hometown of Girona, Spain.


    There he would refine his musical taste and skills and eventually find his way into the underground scene of Barcelona, where he's helped set up and promote all kinds of events and has also played in multiple venues across the metro area of the Mediterranean city.


    Intern Hook-Up - Rest for the Relentless

    Rosalía - A Palé (Gesaffelstein Remix)

    Random XS - Give Your Body (Delta Funktionen 3AM Mix)

    Fabio Vinuesa - Analog Activity

    DJ Overdose - Regeneration

    An Avrin - Pearce Deers

    Claro Intelecto - Tone

    Alien Rave - Religion

    Shun - Digital Slave

    JI - MCP (Swallowed My Tab Mix)

    DJ Karawai - Decoder

    Mani Festo - Pathfinder

    StacEmp - Closer

    Robodrum - Mind Destruction (Original Mix)

    High Fidelity - Unknown Entity

    Jackal & Hyde - Beyond

    Humanoid - St8818r

    Nite Fleit & False Persona - Parallax

    The Spy - Age Of Chaos

    01111001101110100 & DJ LOSER - Mental Block

    YTP - Continuum

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    This week's @DarkScienceElectro mix is by French DJ/producer @atix-f


    Saigg - Electronilo

    Atix - Revolutions

    Martin Matiske - Microbot

    L-Pad - Retrained In Cyberdelics

    Data Assault - Black Earth (Martinelli remix)

    JI & Viikatory - Getup!

    Alien Rave - Tanzen

    Raff - Extase

    LectrO cOd_E - Feel The Tweak

    Shun - Underwater

    TV.OUT - USER3328

    Taiko - Cyberpunk

    Nite Fleit - Borderline

    Aux 88 - Extraterrestrial Time Travelers

    Ole Mic Odd - Acid Turbo

    Atix - Spaceman

    Viers - Beat Control

    Umwelt - Chaos and Mayhem

    Detroit's Filthiest - Scared 2 Death

    Selective Response - Prison of Flesh


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    For this episode of Dark Science Electro, we slow it down and check in with a long-time friend of the show Konerytmi

    Konerytmi is the brainchild of a tenured Electro musician named Kirill Junolainen. I asked him to put together an Electro mix for the show and he came through with a delightful vinyl mix of beatless Electro, IDM, and soundtrack music. Music without time & space.


    Biosphere - Phantasm

    Hans Zimmer & Benjamin Wallfisch - Joi

    Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene (Part 20)

    Autechre - Bronchus 2

    Arpanet - P2101v

    Dopplereffekt - Z-Boson

    Albert Kuningas - Abduktio

    Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein - Walkin In Hawkins

    DMX Krew - Reverse Tachyon Beam

    Impostor Orchestra - Money

    Future Sound Of London - Multiple Falling Objects

    Future Sound Of London - Dead Skin Cells

    Autechre - Kalpol Introl

    Dopplereffekt - Higgs-Mechanism

    Konerytmi - Avaruusasema


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