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thealbum:

Thanks Jefremides. Track called - Nick Devon & Darko Milosevic - Pictures From The Past (Original Mix)

jefremides:

What a 3hr special Craig. Name of the track you mix in just before 1:32:00? F*(@&#....

Creator:

Yep, or twitch. We just figured the Facebook page has about 3k followers so it would be a good base

RichardFT2007:

Next time a YouTube stream might be better... might reach more people

WheresWaldo:

awww i missed it i dont have FB anymore. I'll be sure to check the recording on here but I was there in spirit!!

Creator:

Great job Craig!

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Transitions - Sasse - 30.09.2011 Part 2

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  • Title: Transitions - Sasse - 30.09.2011 Part 2
  • Artist: Sasse
  • Album: Transitions - 30.09.2011 Part 2
  • Year: 2011
  • Length: 55:59 minutes (102.5 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 256Kbps (CBR)
Type of Music: 
Tracklisting: 

[Rip from di.fm so broadcast date is really 03.10.2011. Used proton radio broadcast date for consistency. Cheers.]

01. Dead Seal - Goldemine (Inxec & Droog Remix) 
02. Siopis feat. Alfonso - I Try To Fight (Boogie Drama Remix) 
03. Lovebirds - Brotha (Raw Mix) 
04. Pommer & Barack The Barking Grizzle - Detroit / Berlin (Jerome Sydenham & Norman Metaner Remix) 
05. ID
06. Professor Inc - Quindrant Dub 
07. Rodrigo Laffertt - Cordillera 
08. Tony Lionni - Another Dimension 
09. Stelios Vassiloudis & Sasse - The Z 
10. Luomo - Bite Down (Nils Penner Remix)
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Comments

I like it! been following

I like it! been following Sasse's production since his remix of Beautiful but Weird which i still play out.

Good grovvy beats.

Surprisingly rewarding.

It's not terrifically engaging until about the half-hour mark. But then it finds a bit a groove and starts to chug along nicely. Then the atmospherics build and it actually turns out to be worth another listen. This is often the way with electronic music: a more careful listen is rewarded.