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Defected and Loco Dice Present
Loco Dice In The House
(Available Worldwide July 21)

Renowned house and techno imprint Defected has teamed up with the esteemed German spinner for a double-disc installment of its 'In The House' mix series

[VIDEO] New 'Loco Dice In The House' Trailer Video - Watch Now

In what promises to be one of the prime dance music compilations of 2013, Defected has teamed up the renowned Loco Dice to present Loco Dice In The House, due for release on July 21. Featuring tracks and remixes from cutting edge artists such as Kyle Hall, Skudge, Glimpse, Diplo, Marcel Dettmann and Dice himself, as well as a hand-picked selection of unreleased Desolat exclusives, this is an incredible release from an undisputed legend of the scene.
The union of Loco Dice and Defected may at first seem an unlikely one, but when you consider that both artist and label have tirelessly fought to promote the best in techno and house for over a decade, the pieces begin to fall into place. Dice himself explains how the collaboration came about:

“Defected is one of the labels that have always been in my record box” he says. "I have an entire section dedicated to them in my collection and I grew up with the label’s history. I think what they’re doing at the moment with combining a lot of different styles and bringing together a diverse range of artists is great. Defected has the freedom to do this, unlike a lot of labels. Of course I knew the name Simon [Dunmore] for years but we never had the chance to meet. Then last year at IMS Simon just sat down to talk to me; initially it wasn’t about business, just music. Eventually he asked me if I could do something for Defected, with as much freedom as I needed. For me it’s a great opportunity, and I always take compilations so seriously, as seriously as I would an album. I’m so happy with the results."
The results are, perhaps unsurprisingly, electrifying as Dice selects tracks from TsubaStrictly RhythmRunning Back,Sub LevelClone and more, from the housier vibes delivered through tracks like Franck Roger "Dont U Know" (Matthew Styles Club Mix) and Robert Dietz "Common" to dark harder-edged offerings in the vein of Skudge"Convolution," Marcel Dettmann "Ellipse" and Alden Tyrell "Rush."
Also included are four brand new tracks from Dice’s own label Desolat, all exclusive to this compilation: Jean Pierre"Who U Mad At," Brixton "LateUp," Federico Grazzini "Untouchable" and Nathan Barato "Give It To You."
Loco Dice himself is a true original, a relentlessly creative force of nature whose residencies at the world’s biggest clubs (DC10 and Amnesia, Ibiza among them), along with deft label management and production work, have elevated him to the ranks of an icon in the underground scene. Voted in the top 10 DJs of Resident Advisor’s highly respected end of year polls for the last three years in a row, Loco Dice is the undisputed king of the rolling, muscular basslines and delicately crafted atmospheres he creates with each of his sets. Defected presents Loco Dice In The House is the next step in a career that has been littered with unpredictable moves, backed up by glittering moments of genius.

Defected presents Loco Dice In The House exemplifies the open-minded attitude to electronic music embraced by both label and artist, and delivers a truly unique and timeless listening experience.

Loco Dice In The House will be available worldwide on Defected this July 22.

'Loco Dice In The House' Tracklisting:

Disc One
01. Loco Dice 'M Train To Brooklyn'
02. Roger Gerressen 'Somebody Should Have Told You'
03. Marcelo Rosselot & Francisco Allendes featuring Gustavo Ferrante 'Straight Up' (Original Mix)
04. Franck Roger 'Don't U Know' (Matthew Styles Club Mix)
05. EDA 'Love Worn'
06. Robert Dietz 'Common'
07. He Did 'Something' (Original Mix)
08. About Group 'You’re No Good' (Theo Parrish Translation With Aashong)
09. The Glitz 'Not Easy'
10. Brixton & Bommersheim 'Late Up'
11. Doc Martin featuring Lillia 'So Many Dreams'
12. Tevo Howard featuring Rick Howard 'House Room' (Paul du Lac Vocal Remix)
13. Federico Grazzini 'Untouchable'
14. Delaze 'Discoordination' (Original Mix)
15. Catz 'n Dogz & KiNK 'Bad Love'
16. Nathan Barato 'Give It To You'
17. Gee-Man 'The Soul' (Pimp Daddies Mix)

Disc Two
01. Call me ES 'Short Circuit' (Original Mix)
02. Glimpse 'True South'
03. Kyle Hall & Kero 'K2 Attack!' (Short Mix)
04. Skudge 'Convolution'
05. Diplo 'Express Yourself' (Original Remix)
06. David Alvarado 'Ysleta'
07. Harvard Bass 'Cream'
08. Marcel Dettmann 'Ellipse'
09. Jack The Box 'Pon De Undaground' (Dingeman Remix)
10. Audioone 'Avantgram'
11. Randee Jean 'You Got It' (Dexter & Awanto3 Mix 1)
12. Mr. Tophat & Art Alfie 'Crab At The Green Hunter' (Original)
13. Jean Pierre 'Who U Mad At?'
14. Alden Tyrell 'Rush'
15. Mad Mike & DJ Rolando 'Aztlan'
16. Kerri Chandler 'Six Pianos'
Loco Dice Upcoming Dates
June 6 Platja D'en Bossa, Spain @ Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel
June 7 Copenhagen, Denmark @ Culture Box
June 13 Platja D'en Bossa, Spain @ Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel
June 14 Barcelona, Spain @ Lolita Taperia
June 15 Barcelona, Spain @ Plaza Mayor Poble Espanol
June 20 Platja D'en Bossa, Spain @ Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel
June 21 Las Vegas, Nevada @ Electric Daisy Carnival
June 27 Platja D'en Bossa, Spain @ Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hote
June 28 Ibiza, Spain @ Amnesia
June 29 Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Awakenings Festival
June 30 Neuss, Germany @ Kiesgrube
July 4 Platja D'en Bossa, Spain @ Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel
July 5 A Coruna, Spain @ Freelive Festival
July 6 Bucharest, Romania @ Arenele Romane
July 7 Hanau, Germany @ Love Family Park
July 11 Ibiza, Spain @ Ushuaia Beach Hotel
July 14 Zamardi, Hungary @ Balaton Sound Festival
July 21 Cannes, France @ Limelight (Gotha)
July 22 Ibiza, Spain @ Amnesia


Get Lost VI Mixed By Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

Crosstown Rebels infamous Get Lost series returns with a new episode delving into the more obscure and rare choices from the award-winning crossover dance act and old friend of the label, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. Get Lost VI is a double disc compilation full of rarities and cutting edge house and techno carefully chosen and collated by TEED aka Orlando Higginbottom, including a new exclusive track made by him together with Eats Everything that will be released as a single on the label. 

Crosstown Rebels’ seminal Get Lost series has previously featured quirky artists and musical hedonists Jamie Jones, Acid Pauli, Dinky and the label head Damian Lazarus. Each episode invites the artist to share new insights into their musical personality and indulge in their more distinctive and eccentric choices. Get Lost is also a renowned series of global events.

"I couldn't think of a better home for my first dj comp mix or whatever they're called, Get Lost is a brilliant series with an intriguing past (and future). I'm very grateful to Damian and Crosstown Rebels for the opportunity, and excited for people to hear it," comments TEED.

Sensation – the world’s leading dance event – presents its first U.S. tour “The Ocean Of White”

San Francisco…Las Vegas…Miami…New York

Ticket sales start Friday, June 14 at 10am local time


New York -- After a successful run of two sold out dates at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center in October 2012 - along with 90 Sensation events for millions of visitors in more than 20 countries since 2000 - Netherlands based ID&T, in conjunction with Goldenvoice, is pleased to announce the inaugural Sensation U.S. tour. Sensation will take placeSeptember 14 at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California; October 4 & 5 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada; October 11 & 12 at AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami, Florida and October 25 & 26 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.


Sensation will present to U.S. audiences “The Ocean Of White,” which premiered in Amsterdam, toured all over the world and performed last weekend in front of 30,000 people at the sold out Rogers Centre in Toronto marking the first Sensation Canada. With “The Ocean of White” the arena is transformed into a water world full of mysteries of the unexplored. All of us become part of a greater universe. This wondrous world of nocturnal sea life offers innumerous possibilities. Acrobats shoot from the ceiling, giant jellyfish hover above the dancefloor, as dj’s guide the crowd through uncharted waters of mesmerizing grooves and melodies.


Cities on the Sensation U.S. Tour were selected for the key role they play in shaping the country’s music and nightlife trends. It all kicks off in the San Francisco Bay Area, a region known historically for its independent art and music scenes. Sensation then shifts to the desert for a stay in Las Vegas; the city that defines what spectacle is all about. Heading south, Sensation takes over Miami, the tropical city that’s all about dance music 24/7. It all comes full circle in Brooklyn, the place where it all began for Sensation in the U.S. and ID&T’s home away from home.


White has a deep meaning for Sensation. The white dress code was instituted from the beginning as a way to pay tribute to ID&T (the organization behind Sensation) co-founder Miles Stutterheim who passed away in a tragic car accident. Miles’ funeral became a celebration of his life with guests arriving in white and DJs playing music in his memory. From that point on Miles’ brother and ID&T co-founder Duncan Stutterheim vowed to come together every year and throw a party honoring his life.


Regular and Deluxe (VIP) tickets go on sale June 14, 10AM local time. Las Vegas exclusive travel packages including hotel, ticket (Regular or Deluxe) and transfer to and from the venue go on sale June 15,, 10AM
Tickets are available via Sensation.comTicketmaster.com, charge by phone (800.745.3000) and selected Ticketmaster outlets. All on-sale hours are local time for each designated city.

Sensation offers an exclusive pre-sale to all American Express® Cardmembers from Monday June 10, 10AM (local time) until Thursday June 13, 10PM.


Sensation also offers travel packages for those who want to combine an amazing Sensation night with a weekend in Las Vegas. The packages include of one or more overnight stays in a hotel, a regular or deluxe ticket and a transfer to and from the venue. The packages will be available on June 15 at www.sensation.com.


Guests must be at 21 years of age or older to attend Sensation and white attire is mandatory.




September 14 - Oracle Arena - Oakland, CA – general on sale June 14, 10am PDT

October 4 & 5 – MGM Grand Garden Arena - Las Vegas, NV – general on sale June 14, 10am PDT

October 11 & 12 – American Airlines Arena – Miami, FL – general on sale June 14, 10am EDT

October 25 & 26 – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY – general on sale June 14, 10am EDT


About ID&T

ID&T is a young and pioneering electronic music experience company, known for events such as Sensation, Mysteryland and Tomorrowland. ID&T was founded in 1992 and whose worldwide headquarters are in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It has offices in Belgium, Australia, Brazil and recently opened an office in the US. ID&T has organised events for over 20 years, focussing on international productions in the last 10 years and organises experience events in over twenty countries worldwide. World renowned for delivering unrivalled levels of production and experience, it is perceived as a company in a class of its own.

About Sensation

Sensation is the world’s leading dance phenomena, which was initiated in Amsterdam in 2000 and has since toured the world with more than 90 shows in 20 countries. After two sold out shows in Brooklyn in 2012, Sensations reputation within the US grew exceptionally creating the opportunity to tour the US in the fall of 2013.

The all-white dress code, carefully selected DJ's that play the music of today and tomorrow, theatrical shows, pyro and laser techniques all contribute to Sensation's unique style; an overpowering, surprising and unforgettable night.



Goldenvoice, an AEG Live company, creator of Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival and Stagecoach: California’s Country Music Festival, also operates successful Los Angeles music venues including the Fonda Theatre, El Rey Theatre, Shrine Auditorium, Club Nokia and Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE.  Beginning as an independent punk rock promoter in the early 1980s, Goldenvoice grew to be the preeminent alternative promoter in Southern California by forging strong relationships with both bands and music fans.  Goldenvoice promotes over 500 concerts a year in California, Nevada, Alaska, Arizona, Hawaii and Canada.

dance4life, Sensation’s exclusive charity, plays a major role in young peoples lives worldwide through youth empowerment programs established in almost 30 countries worldwide. $0.50 of each Sensation ticket purchased will be donated to dance4life, and the organizers will match each donation to make it an even dollar. For more information visit www.dance4life.com

Just Be (Buskwacka!) Announces US Tour Dates


Set to Release “Don’t Make Me Wait For You” June 17 on Crosstown Rebels – listen here




Just Be has recently emerged as the latest project for prolific producer Matthew B, also known as one half of Layo & Bushwacka! . Just Be has held many guises throughout the years, and this latest undertaking is the product of his evolution as an artist who consistently pushes the boundaries of house and techno.

His first release under this moniker, “Don’t Make Me Wait For You” is set for release on June 17 on Damian Lazarus’ Crosstown Rebels imprint. The massive track featuring Jesse Monroe is a wonky slice of pent up tension and swelling moods, reminiscent of proto garage house classics with a touch of modern slinkiness.

Just Be’s sound has its foundation in the underground warehouse parties and illegal raves that inspired creative freedom and forward thinking production. He emerged from the melting pot of the UK music scene in the early 90s and was soon hosting up to four residencies in London every weekend. One of these was his 14-year residency at London’s legendary club The End, which gave him a platform to launch himself into the international circuit.


Just Be has always been influenced by the legendary island of Ibiza, where he regularly plays at Cocoon, DC-10 and Space. He also maintains his London roots, and his Shake It! Parties, which he curates and promotes with Layo are some of the biggest in the UK. Additionally, his musical output over the years has been phenomenal. With six artist albums and a seventh due this year, he has produced over 120 remixes, and 160 tracks for labels such as XL Recordings, End Recordings and his own labels Olmeto, Plank and Oblong.


Just Be will be offering up multiple releases in the coming summer months, starting with “Don’t Make We Wait For You.” Just Be is also embarking on a string of dates in the US and Canada, stopping by major cities throughout June.


Upcoming Just Be Tour Dates


June 14 San Francisco @ Loft Party

June 15 Montreal @ Stereo

June 20 Miami @ Treehouse

June 21 Chicago @ Spy Bar

June 22 New York @ SRB

Preview Mathew Jonson's album 'Her Blurry Pictures'

Crosstown Rebels June 11

Mathew Jonson releases his album 'Her Blurry Pictures' June 11 on Crosstown Rebels.
Rising to prominence over a decade ago, Mathew Jonson has cast shadows on others in his field through a distinctive voice that offers a rare fusion of populist intensities and nuanced musicality, spanning elegant electronica, emotive techno and the universal laws of house.
A five track album preview is now available on YouTube - feel free to post or share:


Marc Houle reveals new band project "La Folie"
The live premiere will take place at Berghain Kantine Berlin on June 5th, 2013

La Folie will debut their nocturnal synth pop at Berlin's Berghain Kantine on Wednesday June 5, 2013. A decade of musicianship, a diary full of heartbreak, and a chance encounter in Berlin preceded the birth of this project from Marc Houle and Joaquim dos Santos.

In both name and mood, the band look to 'la folie', the French phrase that describes the madness of love when one is madly in love. Theirs is a powerful type of pop music juxtaposition, made for uneasy easy listening. Joaquim and new live member Clelia Cantoro become stylized synth-pop automatons as their voices blend, echo and confront each other, while Marc draws lush shades of light and shadows from his orchestra of synthesizers.

La Folie's lyrical themes are universal, but the band has mostly existed as a secret project. La Folie began when Marc and Joaquim met through mutual friends and a mutual love of music ten years ago in Windsor, Canada. Fueled by Marc's affinity for production and Joaquim's anti-love songs, the two amassed a store of secret recordings that they crafted just for themselves.

Years later, when Marc and Joaquim had relocated to Berlin, and after a fortuitous meeting with Clelia, the final incarnation of La Folie was realized. Having written, recorded, re-recorded, refined and evolved their songs sketches over the years, La Folie developed from a passion project to a fully realized band in Marc's Berlin studio.

With the aid of Tobi Neumann's prowess as mixing engineer at his newly set up Apollo Studio Berlin, La Folie's debut 12-track album of bittersweet synth-pop laments is nearing completion. The album's tracks will be painstakingly recreated for the group's concert debut, which promises more of the intriguing juxtapositions that make the first glimpses of their debut video "Her New Dress" so compelling.


May 21, 2013, Detroit, MI- Just added to the musical mayhem of Movement weekend is the Urban Blue Print presented by Mixworks on Sunday, May 26, 2013 at The Magic Stick [Majestic Theater Complex] located at 4140 Woodward Ave. from 10:00 PM – 4:00 AM.

Alongside with Mixworks founder Buzz “Bangin” Goree, will be performances by Cassy [Panorama Bar, Berlin],

Alex Picone [Mixworks, Cadenza], Daniel Ciocio [CRAFT, New York], Kimberly Kitten [Mixworks, Montreal],

Spore Print [Mixworks Detroit], Eric Johnston [Parts Unknown, Detroit] to include a Special Guest Appearance from Visionquest – Dick Tracy. Adding art–to-sound will be special live paintings by Abull Haqq, of Third Eye Visual Arts. The Urban Blueprint is sponsored by Slow’s Barbeque in Detroit.

Pre-sale tickets can be purchased online at www.wantickets.com for $15.00, and slightly higher at the door. Admittance is 18 years and older with proper id.


About Mixworks

Founded in 2002, by Buzz Goree Mixworks was developed to promote quality electronic music and events locally and around the world. It was Goree’s objective to showcase and represent artists and DJ’s by providing the electronic music community with quality art and music. Mixworks represents artists and DJ’s from Europe and the US, by promoting and coordinating tours. For additional information about Mixworks visit www.313mixworks.net.

Photo opportunities and interviews are available upon request by contacting Coire D. Nichols Houston, CDN Communications, LLC C/O Mixworks (313) 397-7918 | office,

(313) 720-3512 | cell or via email chouston@cdncommunications.biz.  Link to Electronic Press Kit:http://issuu.com/coirenicholshouston/docs/urban_blueprint_press_kit_final/1?zoomed=&zoomPercent=&zoomX=&zoomY=&noteText=&noteX=&noteY=&viewMode=magazine

Matt ‘Radio Slave’ Edwards is one of electronic music’s true experimentalists, a man rooted in house and techno whose oeuvre reaches a much farther beyond. Celebrating his abilities, he has been selected to create the next edition of the esteemed Balance SeriesBalance 023: Radio Slave will be available in North America on June 11.

[Preview] Balance 023: Radio Slave (CD1 - 'White Skies') - Listen Now
[Preview] Balance 023: Radio Slave (CD2 - 'Maestros and Memories Part 1 & 2') - Listen Now

From the downtempo gloss of his Quiet Village project to a half-hour-long remix of Diddy to the audio-visual soundscape immersions of The Machine, he continually strives to push his music forward and keep himself on his toes. It’s this dedication to progression and eclecticism that imbues his 4/4 grooves with such texture and depth, something that runs equally through the releases on his acclaimed REKIDS imprint.
The idea of a double disc is something that totally suits me down to the ground” he explains. “I'm interested in so many types of music. So with the Balance compilation I knew I'd have to take one mix in a clubbier direction and then the second disc would be all about showcasing tracks from my favorite producers and creating an environment for home listening that isn't just wallpaper.”
Although it’s not immediately palpable, this mix is endowed with a sense of emotion that came from a turbulent few months for Edwards, making it a more personal musical account than your average mix CD. “This year has been a really tough one so far. I had a minor operation in January which went wrong and what was supposed to be a simple procedure turned into a real nightmare. I had to take 6 weeks off work, cancel a tour to the USA and I couldn't do anything but hope for a speedy recovery. I also split with my girlfriend and had a huge fight with a best friend which is so not me. It was a series of events that seemed totally out of control and it really threw me off balance. So, it meant I had to delay working on this project, but I still believe the end product might be even better due to the earlier events of the year. Emotions and experience are so important for me as an artist and I believe I work best when I need to lose myself in my work and immerse myself in music.”
Disc 1, sub-titled ‘White Skies,’ begins with a dash of found sound, taken from Edwards’ daily routine, segueing into the emotive strains of DJ Bone’s “Change” accapella. Stephan G & The Persuader’s 1997 roller “Kaos” begins the groove, with dainty melody shimmering subtly atop a throbbing, deep bassline. We soon find ourselves in familiar Radio Slave territory - deep, swirling techno and off-kilter chugging tech house. “This is really where my head is right now when it comes to club music and I wanted to compile a selection of music that I play in clubs and that really shouts quality and has a sense of hopefully being timeless. For me so much dance music these days is either replicating the past - like this currently mid-‘90s New Jersey revival - or made to be played and then replaced by the next fix, and I'm at a point where I still believe house and techno is about the future. Sure I love the odd disco edit but these days I wanna hear forward thinking music.”

Dystopian grooves characterize Disc 1’s first half, fragments of otherworldliness permeating his rolling, hypnotic grooves. It’s in the backwards pianos of his remix of Ian Pooley & Spencer Parker’s “Lurchen und Eulen” and the warped, distorted and dubby stabs of Svek’s Brommage Dub (another ‘97 gem). Timeline’s “Ghosts Of Greystone” jets into space from a Detroit launchpad, joining the dots between techno and jazz, and we’re gradually drawn into more organic sounds via the hazy keys of Fred P’s remix of Nina Kraviz’s “Choices” and to long-forgotten late-’80s afro-house from No Smoke.
Rasta vocals on Brotherhood’s “Memorial Smith” give way to a handful of classic and classically styled house tracks. This uplifting crescendo concludes with Prins Thomas whipping up Edwards’ “Tantakatan” into a rousing Balearic anthem, and Larry Heard’s sumptuous “First Call Of The Morning” giving a Muzak-inflected nod to our selector’s laidback work of years gone by. "’White Skies’ is a snapshot of a night out with me ”he says, “starting with my infamous lift and ending with the sounds of Lincoln Boulevard. The tracks within could be spaced over a 6-hour session at the Panorama Bar so this is a very condensed set and I just wanted to include some of my classics, some unreleased secret weapons and it's a mix that I'm sure would entertain my friends at an after party.”
Disc 2 travels through the deeper recesses of his record collection, soaking up ambient, downtempo and experimental flavors that are bound by a sense of majesty, melody and atmosphere. If ‘White Skies’ is Edwards as Radio Slave in Panorama Bar mode, ‘Maestros & Memories’ is him entertaining the eventual crack-on, more akin to his Quiet Village / The Machine expeditions. “I had the idea of doing a commercially available mix like this for a long time and I'm so happy that Balance were able to license the tracks. Tracks like Slum Village's “One” is an all time favorite and was such an inspiration to me and I'm not sure if a lot of people know this one. Also being able to use the Sakamoto track from Babel was crucial in the way I wanted to express a mix that was ambient but had tension and movement. And as with all mixes, with the limitations in time I wanted to take the listener through my record collection.”
Beatless soundscapes eschew in the mix’s beginnings before we emerge at the hazy, treacly beats of Theo Parrish remixing Skooby Laposky’s “Lighthouse” and the abrupt piano twinkles and stomping beats of the aforementioned Slum Village track. Low-slung funk carries us through the next phase, into the illustrious Balearic disco glamour of Linda Law’s “All The Night” from 1978 and the sumptuous strings of his Quiet Village beaut “Can’t Be Beat.” It’s into bleeps and bass next with a vintage F-Communications workout from D.S., then sombre contemporary jazz from Portico Quartet’s “Laker Boo” before Edwards cleverly segueways into Herbie Hancock’s seminal, minimalist 1974 workout “NoBu” - one of the earlier meetings of synths and jazz. The classic, ethereal twinkling of Software’s lush “Present Voice” rounds off this engrossing collection, with a final snippet of a week in the life of Radio Slave serving as an audial bookend to the proceedings.
“I'm constantly trying to always find the right balance of music for DJing and dig that bit deeper” concludes Edwards. “I hear so many underground DJs who think they're so cool but they don't even scratch the surface, and it makes me crazy as these people make so much money out the scene but don't invest anything back. So with the Balance CD I wanted to bring something different to the mixing desk.” With this masterful, perfectly judged collection of tracks from five decades of record collecting, he has undoubtedly succeeded in presenting a vision that’s a million miles away from the generic sounds filling up so many floors in this day and age.

Radio Slave - North American Dates
July 19 Miami, FL @ Treehouse
July 20 Chicago, IL @ Spybar
August 30 New York, NY @ Verboten
August 31 Washington, DC @ U Street Music Hall
September 22 Montreal, Quebec @ Piknic Electronik
*More dates to be announced soon.

'Balance 023: Radio Slave' Tracklisting

CD1 - 'White Skies'
01. Radio Slave “Leaving Home… The Elevator Experience”
02. DJ Bone “Change” (Accapella)
03. Stephan G & The Persuader “Kaos”
04. Julien Perez “Road to Dub”
05. Delano Smith "Inspiration" (Reconstructed by Makam)
06. Frost (Of) “Da Drop Suri” (Rhadoo Mix)
07. Pooley & Parker “Lurchen Und Eulen” (Radio Slave Mix)
08. Jeremy “Rhythmus”
09. Brommage Dub “Untitled” (Dub One)
10. Timeline “Ghosts of Graystone”
11. Vadim “Pattern 18”
12. Nina Kraviz “Choices” (Fred P Reshape)
13. No Smoke “Koro Koro” (Dub)
14. Brotherhood “Memorial Smith”
15. Sandy Rivera - Liquid Interlude w/ Joe Claussell - Animation (Unchainedpella Joe Claussell mix)
16. Melchior Productions “Descendants”
17. Radio Slave “Tantakatan” (Prins Thomas Diskomiks)
18. Larry Heard “First Call of the Morning”
19. Radio Slave “Lincoln Boulevard”

CD2 - 'Maestros and Memories Part 1 & 2'
01. Radio Slave “Coming Home… Sunday Night Flights”
02. Ryuchi Sakamoto “Only Love Can Conquer Hate”
03. Vince I. Watson “Hidden Behind the Eyes”
04. The Machine “Continental Drift” (Joe Claussell mix)
05. Skooby Laposky “Lighthouse” (Theo Parrish mix)
06. Slum Village “One” (Instrumental)
07. Jay Dee “B.B.E.” (Big Booty Express) (Instrumental w/ Vox)
08. Linda Law “All The Night”
09. Quiet Village “Can’t Be Beat”
10. D.S. “Additional Elements”
11. Portico Quartet “Laker Boo”
12. Herbie Hancock “Nobu”
13. Software “Present Voice”
14. Radio Slave “U Bahn… Next Stop Panorama Bar?”

Balance 023: Radio Slave Release Dates
May 24 - Australia
May 27 - UK / Europe
June 11 - North America

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