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Allex – Experiment 167



And here we have another strong episode of Experiment podcast, full of big names and full of big sounds. Allex brought us his latest look on fresh deep/tech/tribal/progressive house with names such as Ramon Tapia, Purple Disco Machine, Pig & Dan, CamelPhat, Ben Remember, Tube & Berger, Trent Cantrelle, Lutzenkirchen and many many more! Also, don’t miss Allex’s own production in this mix. Harlequin and Plaything are the 2 tracks he puts into his 167th episode from the latest release on his own label Experiment Records! Enjoy


1. Nico Morano – Happily Ever Aftr (Ramon Tapia The Aftr Remix)
2. Martin Waslewski – Clouds (Purple Disco Machine Remix)
3. Darko De Jan – Exit
4. Pig & Dan – The Saint (Job San)
5. Allex – Harlequin
6. CamelPhat – Reverse It
7. Kristine W, Hannah Wants – Just (Ben Remember Remix)
8. One Six – 5AM
9. Michael Feiner – Mantra (Federico Scavo Remix)
10. Kurd Maverick – The Rub (Tube & Berger vs. Juliet Sikora Remix)
11. Dennis Cruz – Zoo Project (Trent Cantrelle Remix)
12. Allex – Plaything
13. David Tort, Sebastian Ledher, Dj Mara – Hasta La Manana
14. Alberto Ruiz – Mod 3 (Lutzenkirchen Remix)
15. Pig & Dan – Unstable

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Allex – Experiment 166



A warm welcome to another episode of Experiment full of new, fresh and classic deep/tech/tribal/progressive house by your host Allex. Tonight we have some thrilling high-quality music from artist such as Andre Lodemann, GruuvElement’s, Mike Newman, Chus & Ceballos, Adrian Hour, Dosem and many more!


1. DJ Maestro – Plain Gold Ring (Fab Samperi Remix)
2. Andre Lodemann – Last Exit
3. GruuvElement’s – Solomon Vandy
4. HUSP – The Flute (JJ Mullor Remix)
5. Dee Montero – Wild Life
6. Mike Newman – Alesis
7. Adrian Hour – Like This
8. Javi Colors, Oscar Mula – Enigma
9. German Slend – Reputation
10. Crespo, David Museen – Make Me Feel
11. Chus & Ceballos, Adrian Hour – Twisted Comes (Dub Mix)
12. Dosem – Invasion

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Allex – Experiment 164



And here we have another strong episode of your fortnightly update of deep/tech/tribal & progressive house music! Experiment number 164 contains weapons from producers such as Sonic Future, Affkt, DeMarzo, Alberto Ruiz, Dario Nunez and many more! Enjoy!

1. OMR, Adry – Just Fine
2. Gruuve – Vinyl Recorded
3. Sonic Future, Fancy Inc. – Hazy Verses
4. Vangelis Kostoxenakis – Lovair
5. Affkt – Bascolla
6. Latmun – Dance & Bop
7. under score – Lucky Day
8. DeMarzo – Fated
9. Kristine W, Hannah Wants – Just (Illyus Barrientos Remix)
10. Beauriche – Lucky Don Shot
11. Ronnie Spiteri – Broken Biscuits
12. Joe Le Groove, Greco NYC, Dantiez – The Night
13. Gaston Zani – High
14. Pig & Dan, Alberto Ruiz – Detroit (Gabriel D’Or & Bordoy Remix)
15. Alberto Ruiz – Room
16. Dario Nunez – Sa Caleta

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Allex – Experiment 163



We always try to keep you updated with new and fresh deep/tech/tribal/progressive house mix called Experiment. This time, Allex your host, mixed more club tech house tracks to move your body and used tracks from artists such as Booka Shade, Pete Oak, Oscar L, Eddie M, Leo Lippolis, Green Velvet or Harvey McKay! Enjoy!

1. Booka Shade – Body Language (Interpretation)
2. John Monkman – KISOMMA
3. Pete Oak – Yama
4. Tim Engelhardt – Nord (Mario Aureo Remix)
5. Norty Cotto, StedE, Hybrid Heights feat. Raul Soto – Mamajuana
6. Silvio Bondage – Gute Fahrt
7. Blagov, Joe Red – Everyone
8. Stefano Noferini, Larsen Factory – Your Hands Up (Oscar L Remix)
9. Eddie M – Nightmare
10. Leo Lippolis – Gladiator
11. Leo Lippolis – Push
12. Green Velvet, Harvey McKay – Magnetize

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Allex – Experiment 152



And here we go again. After two weeks, Allex collected some music as usual, what resonated in his ears in last 14 days and mixed in one hour mix of deep, tech, tribal and progressive genres. Lenny Fontana, Sneaky Sound System, Dosem, Marco Lys, Chus & Ceballos, Sebastian Xottelo, Kostas Maskalides just a few of the names you can expect!
So sit back relax and enjoy!

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Allex – Experiment 151



And it’s here, first episode of Experiment of the year 2016 and it’s big already! Big of size and big of tracks also! 100 minutes full of deep, tech, tribal and progressive house music and why so long? Just because there were too many massive tracks and Allex had to just play them all. Nora En Pure, Sons Of Maria, Alberto Ruiz, Mark Knight, Rene Amesz, Phunk Investigation just names a few of what you can expect tonight!
So don’t hesitate and go for it!

Tracklist not included.

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Allex – Experiment 148



Warm welcome to another episode of Experiment, your fortnightly one hour mix full of latest and fresh, older but classy deep/tech/tribal/progressive house music. Allex prepared some great tracks for you from artists all over the worlds such as Mike Newman, OMR, Kintar, Alberto Ruiz, Mario Ochoa and much more! Enjoy

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Allex – Experiment 146



Hello and welcome to another strong episode of Experiment, full of big names, comebacks, albums and of course big deep/tech/progressive/tribal music! Allex brought to you Chus & Ceballos’s track from their debut album, big comeback from italian legend no other than Mauro Picotto and his tracks from his brand new album and also music from Guy J, Camelphat, Trent Cantrelle, Lane 8, Prok & Fitch or Mr.Bizz!

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dirtylaundre sessions no.155



A Rhythmic Resonance In A Thread of Bass. Parts Dub, Techno, Steps, Bass Music, Old School Electro, Trap, Breaks and Drums.

01. Joe Farr – Bound
02. TRG – Generation
03. Majora – Just Listen
04. Desto – Compton Roll
05. Jacques Greene – These Days
06. Alphabets Heaven – Birthday (Kamikaze Space Programme)
07. Teeth – Percolator Meme
08. Walter Ego – Rebounds
09. Wallwork / RZR & Ltd Colours – B2
10. My Nu Leng – Waltaknocks
11. Zebra Katz feat. Njenna Reddd Foxxx – Imma Read (Mike Q & B. Ames Remix)
12. Pearson Sound – Gridlock
13. Blame – Haunted
14. Rope – Slugface (Club Parison VIP)
15. Sieren – Prism (Duct Remix)
16. Millie & Andrea – Temper Tantrum

17. Keepsakes – Galso In Camo
18. The Black Dog – Black Chamber Order (Blawan Remix)
19. Special Request – Mindwash
20. Brenmar & DJ Fade – Outta Sight!
21. Girl Unit – Club Rez
22. Ultrademon & DJ Kiff – Green Room Hill Zone
23. DJ Dodger Stadium – Love Songs
24. Stanton Warriors feat. Them & Us – Cut Me Up


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dirtylaundre sessions no.120



Turning on the heavy duty wash with an extra rinse cycle. 130 bpm for podcast 120… Fifty minutes on the more techno tip, with the last 13 minutes or so switching direction to electro big beat.

01. A Guy Called Gerald – How Long Is Now
02. The Same – Mental Disorder
03. Azymuth – Diz No Pe (Kirk Degiorgio Remix)
04. Audionite – Concentration of Authority
05. Four Tet – Pyramid
06. Patrik Sjeren – Untitled
07. Marc Romboy & Ken Ishii – Helium (Skudge Remix)
08. HaHaHa & Mia Dora – Far
09. Gregor Tresher – Black Relief
10. Marco Bailey & Filterheadz – Tied Up & Varnished
11. Gregor Tresher – Relevance
12. Christian Smith – Thrust
13. Will & Ink – First Fermat
14. Delta Funktionen – Onkalo (Karenn Remix)
15. Decoside – Deviation
16. Cardopusher – So What U Want Me To Do


17. Dark Sky – Confunktion
18. The Prodigy – Mindfields (Baauer Remix)
19. Maelstrom – Seele
20. Viers – 92688
21. Photek – Oshun


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dirtylaundre sessions no.100


The Apocalypse Came and Went and All I Got Was Dirtylaundre Sessions Number 100. End of the Year, Post Non World Ending Apocalypse 3 hour session. We start slow but then party like it’s 1999! Tech House to Stoking a furnace of dark trance!

01. Ferenc – France
02. Audioelectronic – Two Trains Running (Swayzak “Brun’s Duhb”)
03. Trentemøller – Sycamore Feeling (Thomas Schumacher Remix)
04. Underworld – Dirty Epic (Jori Hulkkonen Clean Epic)
05. Shakedown – Lonely Road (Gregor Tresher Mix)
06. New Order – Crystal (Creamer & K Main Mix)
07. Underworld – Dark & Long (Christian Smith Hypnotica Dub)
08. Bedrock – Santiago (Hernan Cattaneo & Martin Garcia Remix)
09. Oliver Koletzki & Florian Meindl – Stunde Null
10. Mutiny UK – The Virus (King Unique Snakecharmer Mix)
11. Moogroove – Mirage (Satoshi Tomiie Flipped Main)
12. Underworld – Beautiful Burnout (Underworld Mix)
13. Smashing Pumpkins – The End Is The Beginning Is The End (R.I.T.M.’s Melancholy & The Infinite Madness)
14. Saint Saviour – This Ain’t No Hymn (Andy Williams Sleepcycle Mix)
15. Culture Club – Do You Really Want To Hurt Me (Quivver Mix)
16. The Stone Roses – I Wanna Be Adored (Luna Sol’s Acid Hacienda Mix)
17. Everything But The Girl – Missing (Greg Downey Remix)
18. BT – Mercury & Solace (Quivver’s Transatlantic Remix / Mara Remix)
19. Grace – It’s Not Over Yet (Breeder’s It Is Now Remix)
20. Tilt feat. Maria Nayler – Angry Skies (Tilt’s Terrestial Vocal Mix)
21. Motorcycle – As The Rush Comes (Gabriel & Dresden Sweeping Strings Remix)
22. Patient Saints – On Your Mind (Omaha Mix)
23. Madonna – What It Feels Like For A Girl (Oakenfold Perfecto Mix)
24. Libra Presents Taylor – Anomaly [Calling Your Name]
25. Paul Thomas & Manuel De La Mare – Imagine
26. Andy Moor vs. Orkidea – YearZero (Andy Moor’s ‘First Light’ Remix)
27. Way Out West – Ajare
28. Way Out West – Domination
29. Hybrid – Finished Symphony (Hybrid’s Echoplex Mix)

I’ll be at my usual hibernating ways and be back in a few months. New Random Selectah’s will be up on the dirtyradio livestream in a few weeks. Happy New Year, everybody!


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dirtylaundre sessions no.94


“When Two Tribes Go To War…” Frankie Goes To Hollywood reference. It’s one mix but two halves. Dubby, pounding, percussive techno in the first phase to a more thumping tech house for the second arch.

the drum ritual:
01. Sigha – Drown
02. Brandub – Writhing Dub (Beat Pharmacy’s Writhing)
03. Deadbeat – Horns of Jericho
04. John Talabot – When The Past Was Present (Pachanga Boys Blue Remix)
05. Ricardo Tobar – Recuerdos (Qoso Remix)
06. Triple Six Sound Club – I Can See Your Pupils Vibrating
07. Sly-One – Beats Like Them
08. Grenier – Gutta

09. Paul Mac – Kinda Dubby
10. Tiga – The Picture
11. Maelstrom – Senescence
12. Blatta & Insesha – Parallels & Meridians
13. Alex Under – El Alma Del Tiempo (Slam Paragraph Remix)
14. Gary Beck – Hopkin
15. Hybrid – Sleepwalking & True To Form (Future Funk Squad Remix)
16. Cyantific – Streets of Rave (Bonus Round)

Might do a long unmixed chill show next followed by another groove mix. My plans are never set in stone. Random Selectah episodes on the dirtyradio player currently feature tracks from recent albums by Photek, Deadbeat, Paul Mac, Daniel Stefanik, Akira Kiteshi, The Advent, Layo & Bushwacka, Jori Hulkkonen & Third Culture, Liar, Ghost amongst other things.


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Music Review Show • 2009


Welcome to a special collaborative show featuring some of our favoraite music releases of 2009. Dave (Black Box) Yannick (Dokta) and Mike (Dancecast) discuss and debate some of the highlights from a strong year for electronic music. We are keen to get feedback from you about this show, it is something we want to repeat on a regular basis – simply email us

We are also interested in your favoraite releases from this year, simply comment below or get onto our facebook page and discuss with our community…

Albums that we discuss on this show:

Fink – Sort Of Revolution chosen by Dave.

Track played was ‘Sort of Revolution’.
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Fink is the recording moniker of Finian Greenhall, who has made the unlikely musical journey from being an ambient techno trip-hop artist to a serious singer/songwriter in less than a decade. Born in Bristol, England, Greenhall was obsessed with guitar as a teenager, eagerly exploring the indie scene. Then he discovered raving, and the guitars went out the window as he immersed himself completely in ambient techno. Greenhall recorded an album of techno beats with Lee Jones (aka Hefner) that was eventually released under the name EVA by Kickin? Records in 1995. The record attracted the attention of Ninja Tune Records, which signed Greenhall as a trip-hop artist. Billing himself as Fink, Greenhall released a pair of EPs, 1997’s Finkfunk and 1998’s Front Side Blunt Side, on Ninja Tune’s Ntune imprint, then delivered the full-length Fresh Produce in 2000. But Fink was undergoing a sea change, and had picked up the guitar again. By the time the folky and acoustic-based Biscuits for Breakfast was released (again on the Ntune label) in 2006, Fink had completed the transformation from electronica artist into a full-fledged singer/songwriter, a move that initially baffled his fan base. In 2009, Fink issued the widely celebrated Sort of Revolution, a set that furthered his acoustic singer/songwriter ambitions, refined them, and combined them seamlessly with his DJ skills, albeit subtly and atmospherically.

Italoboyz – Bla Bla Bla chosen by Mike.

Track played was ‘Techno Tower’.
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Italoboyz are actually two grown men, Marco Donato and Frederico Marton. Bored with mainstream house in their native Italy, the pair moved to London in the nineties in search of a more underground sound. Since then they’ve been DJing parties and collaborating with producers such as James What, Ed Davenport, Gummihz and Alban Hi Dini, resulting in Italoboyz releases on the labels Treibstoff, Einmaleins Musik and Safari Electronique.
Donato also runs Minimal London, a collective of London-based producers that counts in its ranks Dub Kult, Mark Henning, Mark Ashken and Gummihz. Blending house, minimal and a wacky attitude, the Italoboyz might not play Italodisco, but they sure know how to have fun.

Gui Boratto – Take My Breath Away chosen by Yan.

Track played was ‘No Turning Back’.
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Born in 1974 in São Paulo Brazil, Gui Boratto, architect, musician, composer and producer initiated his career in the advertising sector in 1993. From 1994 until 2004 he performed various works for countless record labels both national and international, such as EMI, Virgin, Irma, BMG, Edel, Vidisco, ZYX, among others. It was 10 years of honest and competent work for consecrated artists such as Pato Banton, Garth Brooks, Steel Pulse, Desiree, Mano Chao, Gal Costa, Chico Buarque, Fernanda Porto, Kaleidoscópio, Leila Pinheiro, and many others.

Gui Boratto is A&R and one of the owners, with his partner and brother Tchorta, of the Brazilian independent label, Megamusic, distributed by Trama. From 2005 he began to dedicate himself to his own productions and compositions, displaying to the public an authoral and more personalized side to his abilities. With countless licenses with respected European labels, such as Plastic City, Circle, Kompakt, Audiomatique, among others, Gui Boratto has managed to appear in the chart and playlists of people like Michael Mayer, Tiefschwarz, Steve Bug, Phonique, Martin Landsky, Hernan Cattaneo, among others.

With respect for his talent growing in the world scene, Gui Boratto is a name to look out for on the Brazilian house, techno and minimal scene.

Josh Wink – When A Banana Was A Banana chosen by Dave.

Track played was ‘Counter Clock 319’.
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In 1990, Josh met up with a kindred spirit, fellow Philly jock, King Britt whose interests also include rap and acid jazz. Pooling their interests and blending their differences, the duo waxed E-culture’s “Tribal Confusion” for respected New York based indie label, Strictly Rhythm. The record was a surprising commercial success and established both DJs as artists to watch on the global dance music scene.

1995 was an especially good year for Josh. He scored 3 consecutive European smashes – all out of his modest 16-track bedroom studio – which unquestionably took dance music to a dizzying plateau. First came “Don’t Laugh” – recorded as Winx and issued via Nervous Records – where Josh took a minimal techno beat and looped an incessant sample of a whacko laughing his head off. It was a stroke of sheer genius. The single broke down international language barriers and eventually sold more than 500,000 units.

Invitations to spin at prestigious nightspots all over the world have been pouring in since, but as his career has progressed, he has stayed true to his roots, never selling out and always maintaining his integrity, always coming home to his beloved Philadelphia.

Deadmau5 – For Lack of A Better Name chosen by Mike.

Track played was ‘The 16th Hour’.
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Deadmau5 (real name Joel Zimmerman) is a progressive house and electro house producer from Toronto, Canada. His extensive discography includes tracks such as “Arguru” and “Not Exactly”, which have been included in compilation albums such as In Search of Sunrise 6: Ibiza, MixMag’s Tech-Trance-Electro-Madness (mixed by Deadmau5 himself), and on Armin van Buuren’s A State of Trance radio show. His debut album, Random Album Title, was released in 2008, with its follow-up compilation album of old and new songs, For Lack of a Better Name, in 2009. On October 28, 2009, DJ Magazine announced the results of their annual Top 100 DJ Poll, placing Ultra Records artist Deadmau5 at #6, a jump from #11 the previous year.

As well as his own extensive solo back catalogue, Deadmau5 is recognised for his work alongside numerous other DJs and producers, such as:Kaskade, MC Flipside, Rob Swire of Pendulum, and Steve Duda under the BSOD alias.

Flunk – This Is What You Get chosen by Yan.

Track played was ‘Common Sense’.
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The band began as a project between Ulf, and Jo in Oslo, Norway in winter 2000 and 2001. Beginning as an instrumental and sampled vocal project, they were signed for a track on a compilation by Beatservice Records in winter 2001. On hearing the finished track, label manager Vidar Hanssen signed the unnamed band for a full album.

During early summer 2001, Ulf and Jo recorded most of the album and Anja improvised the vocals. After their vocals, Jo layered the guitars, but it would be a year before the album would be completed and released. In spring 2002, the band was known as Flunk and they released their first single, a cover of New Order’s Blue Monday in April. The track was well received in the UK and was included on numerous compilations in North America and Europe. Later in April, their debut album For Sleepyheads Only was released which garnered great reviews in Norway.

Throughout 2003 their debut, For Sleepyheads Only was still being echoed across the globe in staggered releases with special editions released to Russia and Greece. Beatservice Records then went on to release Treat Me Like You Do – For Sleepyheads Only Remixed in June. While their debut continued to make its way around, the band wasted no time and began work on their second album for the majority of the year, which was recorded in Paris in October.

Their second album, Morning Star was finished in March 2004 and saw a Norwegian release in May while it was released in the rest of the world in June. In 2005, Play America was released on Beatservice Records which included bonus tracks from the US version of Morning Star along with remixes. In 2007 Flunk released their next album, Personal Stereo, while May 2009 saw the release of This Is What You Get, which includes a cover version of Radiohead’s Karma Police.

Susumu Yokota – Mother chosen by Dave.

Track played was ‘Ray Of Light’.
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Susumu Yokota is a prolific Japanese composer. Yokota is well known in the English-speaking independent music scene for his albums of experimental ambient music. However, he has also had a long career as a house music DJ and has released several highly-regarded albums of house music. He has released several albums under pseudonyms including Stevia, Ebi, and others.

Susumu Yokota has released his work on several different labels most recent of which is Lo Recordings in collaboration with Skin Tone.

Lee Coombs – Light & Dark chosen by Mike.

Track played was ‘Not A Game (ft “Seasunz”)’.
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Light and Dark is the culmination of Lee’s nearly 20 years on the forefront of electronic music and takes listeners through a history of electronic music, whether they know it or not. The album carries the raw essence and edginess of 1991’s burgeoning musical birth without seeming contrived. Lee has managed to warp time it seems by creating a masterpiece of a record that seamlessly blends his musical experience and genius from both the past and the present. Grimey old school analog sounds fused with bold techy drum progressions and the BIG tech funk sound that Lee is known for. The innovative use of vocal cuts and Lee’s innate ability to infect all his music with that little touch of dirty sonic mayhem really take this record to the next level.

Fusing all the elements of the genres he favors is a definitive mark of Lee Coombs’ music. By integrating elements of Tech-Funk (a genre that didn’t exist before Lee and a few other industry vets – Elite Force, Meat Katie, Dylan Rhymes, coined the phrase), Breaks, House, Electro and Techno, Coombs has once again has broken the boundaries of music and how we perceive it. Light and Dark pushes all the right buttons by somehow fusing essential elements of everything we love about electronic music, those intangible parts that can never be explained, just experienced.

Parov Stelar – Coco chosen by Yan.

Track played was ‘Coco’.
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Parov Stelar aka Marcus Füreder is a musician who lives and works in Linz, Austria. His style is characterized by the freedom of jazz combined with the groove of house and breakbeat. He performs as a DJ worldwide, where his sample-heavy remixes borrow enough from both modern beats and 1930s jazz as to be appropriate for both the dancefloor or the easy chair. His creative blends of old and new sounds have lead some [who?] to describe his music as steampunk or neo-Victorian. Parov Stelar is the head of Etage Noir Recordings.

Outro track – Lee Coombs – Moog Acid

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Dancecast – No.32 – 2009-11-22

dancecast-podcast-episode-32-new-1Mr Mike returns with another round-up of the freshest pick of new dance music releases. This week is particularly house heavy, lots of funky, tribal and deep house grooves. Plus the return of the Prominent Picks Chart showcasing some of the best releases from a wide span of genres.

01. Lee Coombes – Blues I’m Singing
02. Farace – Brk Tch (Memory Machine Remix)
03. Umek – Dementina (Alex Di Stefano & Dyno Remix)
The Prominent Picks Chart
04. Scope – Made In Belfast
05. Johnny D – Point Of No Return
06. Alex D’elia & Squoid – Statler (Nihil Young Alcoholic’s Mix)
07. Union Jack – Two Full Moons & A Trout (Orkidea Remix)
08. Joey V – Show Me The Noise
For No Reason, Just That We Like It
09. Lucid – I Cant Help Myself
The Prominent Mix (House)
10. Viktor Mora & Naccarati feat. Sady Medeiros – Love Is The Answer (Rafael Noronha & Re Dupre Remix)
11. Oxia – Whole Life
12. Jonas Kopp – Deliric
13. Edit Select – Beneath (Mark Broom Remix)

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