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Mix from Riders of the Plastic Groove that aired on Friday, December 06, 2013 on 88.9fm KUCI in Irvine, CA from 8pm – 10pm.
Mix done by Dennis Simms
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Num. Title Artist
01. Your Everything (Original Mix) – Danny Daze feat. Louisahhh!
02. Decay (Original Mix) – Namito, Ramon Tapia
03. Fading Nights feat. Anna Naklab (Original Mix) – Parra for Cuva
04. Got The Choice (Original Mix) – Larsson
05. You Can Count On Me (Blue Mondays Dub) – Pastaboys, Keemani
06. Collider (Solee Remix) – Oliver Lieb
07. 23 Children (Original) – Brian Benson, Michael Gull
08. People (Alex Niggemann Remix) – Francys
09. Simple Things (Original Mix) – Sebastien Leger
10. Long Distance – John Daly
11. Smoke – Ad Brown
12. Make Me Crazy – Borderline
13. Signs (Original Mix) – Heartthrob
14. The Falcon (Original Mix) – Marco Bailey
15. Cafe Del Mariachi (Nick Warren Mix) – Shiloh
16. Perlouze (Original Mix) – Arnaud Le Texier
17. Velociraptor – Tom Laws
18. Jallah – Juan Sanchez
19. Fear Factor (Original Mix) – Weekend Heroes
20. Unknown Mistakes (Original Mix) – Big Show
21. Orca – Deadmau5
Verity’s been behind the decks for 18 years. He has a mad passion and love for the Oldskool Techno, Breakbeat and Jungle sounds of the early 90′s and evolved into Drum & Bass as well as a wide variety of other electronic music genres. Collecting as many mixtapes as he could get his hands on, he eventually graduated to vinyl and DJ’ing in the mid 90′s. He’s inspired by the original sounds of L.A. DJ’s such as R.A.W., DJ Trance and Ron D Core. He’s played a variety of shows and clubs but also spent quite a bit of time doing intimate outdoor renegade sessions with his close friends who shared the same passion and joy of just getting outdoors, and playing music, LOUD!
Meanstreak is a Los Angeles based child of the 80′s / B-Boy roots / Underground Technohead since 1992 / DJ since 1995 / Producer since 2000. He works within many genres including Oldschool Techno, Hardcore, Jungle, Dubstep, everything in-between and beyond…..
Dement has been in and around the LA underground scene scince the early 90′s, representing crews such as Dr. Freeclouds, Audio Science. DJ Dement started spinning wax in the mid/late 90′s playing parties such as Technostate ’96 and many more. Although his musical tastes are very wide ranged Dement prefers to mix the harder genres of electronic music, ie. Gabber, Hardcore and Industrial. After many years in the game the goal is still the same, move the dancefloor.
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Audio Science: Oldschool Edition
Saturday, November 16th 2013
Taking it back to the oldschool underground for Ron D Core & Dennis Moore’s birthday celebration!
All classic vinyl sets!
RON D CORE *BIRTHDAY SET*
(Dr. Freecloud’s Record Shoppe / No Doz)
(Insomniac / No Doz / What?)
(Barcade / Jungle Voodoo)
DENNIS MOORE *BIRTHDAY SET*
(Technostate / Audio Science)
(Dr. Freecloud’s Record Shoppe)
09:00 pm – 02:00 am
Located @ The Five Star Bar
267 S Main St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Riders of the Plastic Groove presents DPSM & MUNGO live from our studio playing an all vinyl set. You can listen locally at 88.9fm KUCI in Irvine CA. You can also watch and listen live world wide at www.plasticgroove.com.
Show starts at 8pm and goes till 10pm pst.
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he year was 1987 and by that time I had considered myself a DJ because I was using a Realistic mixer from Radio Shack to mix a cassette deck, belt drive (non-pitch) phonograph and Synsonics drum machine together. I was creating cut and paste demonstrations of the music that I had collected, primarily Depeche Mode & New Order remixes. Then I met a cat who had two Technics 1200s and a Numark mixer at his house. He was well stocked in Miami Bass records and would let me practice while he and his friends played Nintendo.
Fast forward, while still collecting a variety of records from Music Market in Costa Mesa, in 1989 I started attending a spot in Laguna Beach named,”Club Post Nuclear,” which introduced me to DJ Robin, an eclectic DJ with a wide variety of tastes. Robin would throw in sounds from Nine Inch Nails, Front 242, Psychic TV, Kraftwerk, Skinny Puppy while mixing in newer artists like Guru Josh, Meat Beat Manifesto and Prodigy. I started buying more “Techno” based music from labels such as Underground Resistance, XL Recordings and R&S from Noise, Noise, Noise in Costa Mesa.
Then it happened- the opening of Dr. Freecloud’s Record Shoppe in Costa Mesa where all of my vinyl and electronic dreams came true. Since it’s opening I have been a loyal customer and friend to the store which supplies me with a plethora of releases.
Throughout the years I have played at various parties and through my other musical endeavors (Fantastic Planet) have even had my 15 minutes of fame opening for Blink 182 and The Black Eyed Peas in 1998.
I love music for music’s sake. There are benefits that come along with playing and networking but the experience should never be tarnished by an over active ego, it just gets in the way and you’ll probably “train wreck” anyway.
Mungo’s introduction to Electronic Music took place in the summer of 1989 during Double Hit Mickey’s Electric Daisy Carnival. Captivated by this sound, he continued to attend hundreds of events during the next decade, including legendary parties such as No-Doz, Aphrodite’s Temple, Paw-Paw Ranch, and many more.
He was introduced to the art of DJing towards the end of the 1990’s and after a lot of practice, Mungo together with his mentors played at dozens of house parties in south Orange County and sometimes even played at the infamous Cowboy Boogie in Anaheim.
The clubby styles of the time just weren’t cutting it for him anymore so he started playing the underground sounds that truly moved him- NRG, Hard/Acid Trance, Techno, Schranz, and Hardcore- Anything with a mean rhythm and an evil melody.
After a few years away from the underground, Mungo returned in 2012 and actively promoted himself at events, various social networks, and distributed countless mixed CDs.
He was soon invited to join the Dr. Freecloud’s collective and teamed up with Arcid of Techno Belligerent to run an internet-based radio show shortly after. The Techno Belligerent Radio Show is broadcast every Wednesday at 4pm (pacific time). The driving force behind it is to showcase West Coast underground talent but has also seen international artists such as Frankie Bones make appearances as well.
With many notable events under his belt during 2012, Mungo is ready to rock the decks from deserts to warehouses and everywhere in between in 2013 and beyond!
Ryan McCormack AKA DJ Killmoney (Kongregate Resident) has been rocking the decks since he was 16; although, then he played mostly electro funk, hip-hop and 80′s new wave records. He grew up in a profoundly musical householdin whittier.
He began playing local backyard parties, dirty warehouse, after-hours and clubs in the underground and electronic events of LA and Orange County, getting his first real break playing a residency at a club compound located in Newport Beach. He has since enjoyed immense success, blowing up dance floors across the LA basin. He has shared the decks with the likes of Steve Loria, Jason Blakemore, Mike Hiatus, Jason Splat and David Alvarado just to name a few.
Killmoney’s musical style reflects his eclectic influences—from Minimal Techno to Dark Post Industrial Noise. He’s not limited to Minimal Techno, instead combining Disco, Funk, Breaks, Acid and Progressive House to create a sound that is purely Killmoney!