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Panoramica

  1. Wellington, New Zealand
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 7
  2. wishlist 34
  3. followers 2
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  1. Toi Toi
    by AMY_cin
    00:00/00:00
    Red Silk Desert Red Silk Desert
    appears in 1 other collection
  2. For What It's Worth
    by Vanilla
    00:00/00:00
    This Time This Time
  3. Transmitting From Heaven
    by Exist Dance Records
    00:00/00:00
    Cantamilla Cantamilla
  4. Four
    by Jet Jaguar
    00:00/00:00
    Ton (James Skylab Re-rub) Ton (James Skylab Re-rub)
    I'm a big fan of Michael's grooves and production standard, plus he's a super-nice guy, so I didn't hesitate to support him with a purchase of his latest release. My favourite track here is James Skylab's remix of 'Ton', which is a chugging filter treat perfect for a walk across town. A close second goes to 'Awry Smile', which perfectly bottles the sunny chilled vibe of our very limited-edition Kiwi summer.
  5. The End of Irony
    by Captain Ahab
    00:00/00:00
    Was Love Was Love
    I've always loved the energy of Rave and Jungle, so I took notice when these guys played an unrelenting set at Camp a Low Hum 2011. Of course with Hi-NRG there's also the risk of cheese, but when heard live the crowd energy seems to take over letting these guys shine, plus there's always the distraction of the guy in his undies..
    As for favourite tracks, I'm a bit bummed that I couldn't find what I was looking for in this release, the closing track from their CALH 2011 after-party gig..
  6. Pikachunes
    by Pikachunes
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    Just a Boy Just a Boy
    Got this for 'Just a Boy' - a lovely clean & simple track, which I bought after randomly hearing it on National Radio of all places! Super-catchy pulsing pad and vocals reminiscent of a scene from some 80's movie. Perfect for playing loud in big old Wellington villas :)
  7. Red Shed Studio tracks
    by denver mccarthy
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    Carefree Carefree
    I love it when artists dig deep into their archives to release their earliest creative output. This release is from 1996, which is way back in the day, but it doesn't stop Denver from coming up with three groovy tracks that really evolve over time, plus the cover shot is great - living and breathing music with whatever is available in the barest minimum of space. Inspirational.