09/11/2010: Neighborhood Watch

Recorded live from an undisclosed location, this week’s edition features three distinct sets. The first comes courtesy of Joseph, and features some sublime new beats from TOKiMONSTA’s debut album, an introduction to Planet Mu upstarts Solar Bears, and some 90’s atmospherics from Knxwledge. Michael brings some darker material in part-two, dropping new tunes from Lorn’s latest EP, Squarepusher’s new single (as Shobaleader One), and another gem from Matthew Dear’s latest album. Things wrap up with Kenny Lectro’s set for restless feet, and showcases some dance favorites from Alan Braxe, Tensnake, and the spastic offerings of Hudson Mohawke. Plug in.


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4 Responses to “09/11/2010: Neighborhood Watch”

  1. Grrreat show. What is the track at the 1 hour mark? love it!! it has vocals that sound something like ‘goin aginst yer mind, goin against yer mind, goin against her mind’

  2. Thanks! That song is Built to Spill masqueraded as “The Electronic Anthology Project” from their 2010 remix project covering their own song “Goin’ Against Your Mind” (found on their 2006 album “You in Reverse”) as “I Dim Our Angst In Agony” (an anagram).

  3. ah, I thought I recognized the voice. cheers!

  4. Epic show!
    Lorn’s track Never Enough blew my freakin’ mind… i’ve played it like, 5 times now.