07/23/2011: Constant

This week we said a bittersweet goodbye to the Sells Studio, our recording home for the past three and a half years. Much has changed since our first session in Columbus, and this episode provides a fitting end, as it spans the diverse, immense world of today’s best future music. It’s a mix dominated with new releases, including some new gems from Com Truise, Washed Out, Lone (remixing Steffi), Deepchord, John Tejada, Laurel Halo, Holy Other, and many more. Thanks to everyone who has sent their feedback, music (we’re listening), or attended a gig.  Until next week…cheers.

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07/23/2011

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07/16/2011: Mazed

It’s a broad maze of beats this week, with a bit of bass for everyone. New releases from Clams Casino and Samiyam kick things off, while classic tracks from Detroit legends Urban Tribe and Kenny Larkin continue to provide an education. Miracle Fortress informs us of “Miscalculations,” and Peter Van Hoesen remixes Mount Kimbie to round out the first half. Hour-two features a new single from Planet Mu artist Kuedo, brilliant new dub from LV & Joshua Idehen, the haunting sounds of the Caretaker, Jacques Greene remixing Radiohead, and the fantastic, infectious new single from Little Dragon. Listen and get lost.

It is all about organising a train of thought from the beginning of the term paper to the end of the term paper.   If you look at the format for the given or chosen term paper subject you will then get a good indication of how your train of thought should run.  After the initial subject then topic the next step would be the title of the term paper followed by the table of contents.  Each train of thought for each part in the creation of the term paper should be written in notes that follow the format.

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07/16/2011

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07/09/2011: Daydreaming

Three sections for wandering minds: Michael’s set kicks things off with a mixture of classic singles and great new releases from the likes of Zomby, who shines with his terrific new full-length on 4AD. You’ll hear the Nacho Lovers remix Jacques Greene’s latest single, and Addison Groove creates some truly frenetic “Minutes of Funk.” Joseph showcases new releases from some of experimental music’s most venerable labels, with tracks from Fourcolor’s latest on 12k, legends Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto collaborating once more for Raster-Noton, and the return of Biosphere, who crafts a haunting album for Touch records. Later in the show, Kenny brings the tempo back up with a beautiful, epic new single from Coma, and dusts off a stellar single from Gui Boratto. It’s a packed episode, filled with tunes from Radiohead, SBTRKT, and many more. Thanks for tuning in!

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07/09/2011

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07/02/2011: Reel To Reel

Our friends Roman and Ruckus Roboticus guest-host this week’s episode, and each delivers a distinctive hour of beats. Roman takes over the controls during hour-one, and showcases some recent hip-hop releases, with gems from Das Racist, Fly Union, Pac Div, and El-P. Ruckus brings the BPM up during his hour, and drops some stellar dance tracks from Tensnake, Siriusmo, Jame Curd, and a remix of NickNack’s “Sultry Haven,” courtesy of the DJ himself. Enjoy!

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07/02/2011

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