07/24/2010: Knots

This week we’ve got a special contest for a special live show. The first 75 minutes are packed with dance-floor classics mixed and recorded live by Michael from The Beat Oracle at a most special occasion: our friends Bryan (aka Deaf Dot Electrics, frequent TBO contributor) and Jayme’s wedding celebration in Manhattan. You’ve heard all of these tracks in the archives. So, instead of listing the playlist as per usual, we’ve decided to have some fun. The first listener to e-mail us at dj [at] beatoracle [dot] net with the correct playlist (just artist and track name will do) for the first 75 minutes will win a shipment of Beat Oracle goodies.

Bryan & Jayme

The second hour of the show features a guest mix from our friend Adam recorded live in July at Hal & Al’s. His awesome eclectic mix spans from reggae to drum’n’bass & hip-hop. Adam shows us again why we’re never disappointed when our friends mix for us.


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07/17/2010: Move Along

We abused our piƱata until it exploded. Some prominent summer releases fell out: The Books return after a five year layoff! Big Boi shines in his latest solo effort! Panda Bear treats us to a new single! Tame Impala and Yeasayer make us move! Ceo and Nite Jewel spoon some sugar! Expect more new music and oldies in-between. It’s two hours of the best future-music, past and present. Bye!


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07/10/2010: Inside Outside

This week’s show is something of a recent favorite. As usual, we tried to cover a wide range of electronic sounds both old and new. Hour-one introduces some new releases from Oneohtrix Point Never, Booka Shade, Mr. Scruff, and Ital Tek! The beat rolls on in hour-two with new tunes from Rusko, Roof Light, Akira Kosemura, and Para One, with plenty of grade-A future music in between.


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07/03/2010: Red Glare

Summer bombs go off to celebrate something. Here are some songs that may or may not have anything to do with 1776, filibusters, war, red tag sales events, potato salad, job creation, chlorine, and powdered wigs. Festivities include new songs from Aloe Blacc, Pariah, Ramadanman, Mount Kimbie remixing Andreya Triana, LV, The Roots, and more!


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