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069: Paul2Paul, Enrico Sangiulliano, Matthias Springer

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Paul2Paul; Enrico Sangiulliano, Matthias Springer.

Paul2Paul; Enrico Sangiulliano; Matthias Springer

Paul2Paul: Illusion Of The Sound

Paul2Paul; Enrico Sangiulliano; Matthias Springer

Enrico Sangiulliano: Moon Rocks

Paul2Paul; Enrico Sangiulliano; Matthias Springer

Matthias Springer: Purple Butterfly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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055: Homemade Weapons & Red Army, Kenneth James Gibson

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In this episode I feature brand new music from Homemade Weapons & Red Army, as well as Kenneth James Gibson.

In August of 2015 Homemade Weapons released the Clarion Call album, featuring 8 incredible tracks of Drum & Bass.  The title track from that release was featured in Episode 25 of the Mongoland Podcast, though the entire album was a worthy effort.  In February of this year this Seattle based producer released a 4 track EP which escaped my notice until now.  That oversight will be rectified shortly.  Meanwhile, on April 29 of this year, Homemade Weapons teamed up with Sacramento based producer, Red Army for the release of the Sleep Terror EP, another 4 track release.    Three of those four tracks are featured in the first set of this week’s episode.

ResidentAdvisor.net said of the Sleep Terror EP collaboration,

Where Homemade Weapons prefers his beats clean and contoured, Red Army likes to embellish them with big pools of reverb and dramatic chords. The result is drum & bass that feels perfectly sculpted and mysterious.They tease out exactly what can make drum & bass’s utilitarian repetition enticing instead of numbing, which is a good way to describe what Samurai Music does as a whole. Records like Sleep Terror likely won’t grab fans of Samurai’s more esoteric leanings, but it’s not meant for them—this is pure drum & bass of the highest order.

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045: Progressive House, Techno, & Ablekid

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Progressive House, Techno, & Ablekid

The Orion SyndicateIn the first hour, in a mix I call, “The Orion Syndicate,” I present brand new releases from Rise and Fall, Satoshi Fumi, CompleteJ & Mr. Sativa, André Gardeja, Mollono.Bass, Marc Marzenit, The Early Bird, Chandrama remixed by J’Dan, Nick Curly, Huminal remixed by James Monro, and Apsara.

 

 

 

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Then, DJ Mongo Presents Ablekid, from Texas. (more…)

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024: Tech House, Deep House, Electronica & Steve Hope

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Tech House, Deep House, Electronica & Steve Hope

Steve Hope, of Weiner, Austria

 

Tech House, Deep House, Electronica & Steve Hope

In the first hour I present brand new music from Third Son, Silinder remixed by Erdi Irmak, Urmet K with Lady Linn, Cubicolor, Pedro Mercado & Karada, Above & Beyond with Gemma Hayes remixed by Judah, Jesper Ryom, Samuel L. Session, Red Square remixed by P-ben, Copy Paste Soul, and Crocy.

Then, DJ Mongo Presents Steve Hope, of Wiener Neudorf, Austria!

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007: Deep House, Techno Mixes & DJ Zam

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The recent transpiration of the Spring Equinox dictated that I conduct a semi-corporate, electro-pagan quarterly review, culling the best of the best from the winter of 2014/2015 for your listening and dancing pleasure.

Simultaneously, my friends at Radio Kaos Caribou out  of Ermont, France introduced me to DJ Zam out of Hyderabad, India.  Yada yada yada, in this week’s DJ Mongo Presents segment, I present … wait for it … DJ Zam of Hyderabad, India!  You’re going to want to turn your speakers up to 11 for this one!

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