Henry, I swear I enabled downloads when I uploaded it... i've given the Source of Gravity promotion guy access to my account so he can do his promo thing, he must have changed the settings. I've re-enabled now though, apologies for the inconvenience.

Cheers Jules!

poirot wrote:

Hello , hello, Marcus is on the board. Wouldn't happen to have a couple on new mixes in the mixes section by chance?  Well fuck me, fancy that.

Yes... do you monitor everyone's attendance on the board or just mine?

Guess what? You don't have to buy it or listen to it, so, no need to sound like a Sasha's ex-bird club.
Looking forward to hearing it myself.

Downloads open...

January Show: https://soundcloud.com/marcus_graham/ma … nuary-2016
Tracklist
1. Agoria - Independence [Ellum]
2. MiraculuM - Neurone [Stellar Fountain]
3. Gorge - Tayo [8Bit]
4. Downgrooves - Seven Nights [Soundscapes Digital]
5. Darse - Alone (Love Over Entropy Remix) [Be Free]
6. Chymera - Screenshot In Technicolour (Funk D’Void Remix) [Outpost]
7. Reset Robot - The Hanging Gardens Of Babylon [Truesoul]
8. Brian Cid - Aurora [Lost & Found]
9. Alex Preda feat. Amber Long - DNA Matching (Arnas D Dub) [Manual]
10. Dave DK - Kronsee (Ulrich Schnauss Mix) [Kompakt]

December Show: https://soundcloud.com/marcus_graham/ma … ember-2015
Tracklist
1. Blusoul - Modular Memories [Lost & Found]
2. Ben Shaw - Above The Clouds [Sudbeat]
3. Sterio & McClellan - Timewave Zero (Tobias Hoppe Deep Space Remix) [Soundscapes Digital]
4. Monojoke - A Better Place (Simos Tagias Remix) [Clinique]
5. E.F.G. - Dots In Between [Stellar Fountain]
6. Kiasmos - Swept (Tale Of Us Remix) [Erased Tapes]
7. Khen - Sunflakes [microCastle]
8. Subjected - Ambro [Arts]
9. Steve Parry - Flippant [Bedrock]
10. Solomun - Zora [DIYnamic]

I'll just do another festive logo for you to use, it was much more appreciated than the 3 hour mix I did last year... cheaper and less time consuming too!

Ben's on top form here, some lovely tracks from the likes of YokoO, Kiasmos, Robot Koch and Christian Loeffler, plus a free David August tune to start things off (download link in the comments).
My half, from about 60 mins has a touch of techno to it, with tracks from Mathew Jonson, Nils Frahm, Guy J, Tale of Us and we've both included tracks from fantastic Clarian and Mano Le Tough.

Full tracklist will be added at some point (apologies for the slackness), but you can download, so 5/10 for effort.

https://soundcloud.com/marcus_graham/be … ember-2015

https://youtu.be/l12ZAipOMJU

Track 5 on the South disk of Northern Exposure: Revisited

I heard this was remixed for next year's release Northern Exposure Revisited... me, Guy, Sasha and John were chatting about it in the hot tub.

Rvltion-909 wrote:

Enjoyed this one for sure. Loved the overall vibe. The selections are unique and stand out. The energy shift about mid-way through was also a nice touch.

Thanks for the kind words mate, glad you enjoyed it.

smallman1 wrote:

This is ace.

Reet enjoying it.

I think that's the nicest thing you've ever said to me, I just cried.

Henry Rindhoops wrote:

There's nothing worse than making love to oneself with said 128kbps mix in the background, and no TL in sight.

Don't you get pissed off with yourself, ID'ing tracks in the midst of such a passionate exchange? My Mrs hates it.

Henry Rindhoops wrote:

The more I think about it, the angrier I get.

Haha, sorry, i'm so used to few giving a shit.

smallman1 wrote:

No TL no DL? No listen.

Dem's the rules!

Give it a go now.

Apologies, i've been busy!

Downloads open too.

https://soundcloud.com/marcus_graham/ju … tober-2015

Jamie Stevens - Healing Crimson [microCastle]
Information Ghetto - Wertouk [Seven Villas]
Aparde feat. Anne - Prologue (Powel Remix) [Keller]
Guy J - 8 Minute Flight [Bedrock Records]
Sandrino & Frankey - Acamar [Innervisions]
Lauren Ritter - Glass Hours [All Day I Dream]
Frankey & Sandrino - Cephei [Moodmusic]
Noraj Cue - The End Of The Beginning [Manual Music]
Tale Of Us & Mind Against - Astral [Life And Death]
J.E.E.P. - Aramco [Seven Villas]
Pig&Dan & Mark Reeve - Daydreamer [Terminal M]
Jos & Eli - Insomnia[Sudbeat Music]
Joeski - Earth Cry [Kittball]
Rick Sanders - Eccentric [Smiley Fingers]
Noraj Cue - Forever Brothers [Manual Music]
Chris Fortier - Losing Wait (Deep Dub) [FDS Recordings]
Helmut Ebritsch - Flamingo Park (Paul Loraine Remix) [Lucidflow]
Booka Shade & Yaruba - Black Cow [Armada Music Bundles]
Nicolas Masseyeff - Flagrance [Systematic Recordings]
Horixon - Colours feat. Else Born (Petar Dundov Remix) [Eskimo Recordings]

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zackster wrote:
MarcusGraham wrote:

do you think i can genuinely get a few quid for my collection before the wife takes it to the tip?

if its prog, no.

if its model 500, yes.

Shitbags

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I've read a few stories about it making a comeback, little vinyl shops opening, record record sales in the US... Is it just a beard thing, hipsters convincing each other it's the only way to mix tracks and they have superior ears that appreciate the analogue sound of digital music pressed to vinyl, or, do you think i can genuinely get a few quid for my collection before the wife takes it to the tip?

My latest Proton show, please give it a listen and let me know what you think...

Tracklist:
1. Noraj Cue - Forever Brothers [Manual]
2. Helmut Ebritsch - Flamingo Park (Paul Loraine Remix) [Lucidflow]
3. Yaruba - Black Cow [Blaufield]
4. Rodriguez Jr. - Chrysalism [Mobilee]
5. Michael A - Stars (Dmitry Molosh Remix) [Genesis]
6. Nicolas Masseyeff - Flagrance [Systematic]
7. Guy Mantzur & Sahar Z feat. Amir Darzi - Small Heart Attack (Guy J Remix) [Lost & Found]
8. Horixon feat. Else Born - Colours (Petar Dundov Remix) [Eskimo]
9. Jos & Eli - Insomnia [Sudbeat]
10. Guy J - Nirvana [Bedrock]

https://soundcloud.com/marcus_graham/ma … og-october

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Dan Harwood wrote:

Plus, this toerag as a right wrong 'un back then:
http://www.boyactors.org.uk/actors/1906.jpg

Is that Winston?

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poirot wrote:

Is there room in the Jacuzzi for Hooky then Marcus?

The invite is there, but he rufuses to get his leather pants wet.

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poirot wrote:

The artiste formally known as Flaresy has got a touch of the Babbitt about him but he's generally correct in what he's saying. Hook is a horrible cunt. Infact they were all cunts, especially how they watched Ian Curtis implode infront of their eyes without doing a fucking thing. Lot of guilt on their part. They let him down. And they know it.

They probably feel they did, but I don't think anyone realised the meds that were helping him cope with his epilepsy would have such tragic side effects... I think they spent a few evenings/early mornings looking after him after his fits.

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Ncable wrote:
MarcusGraham wrote:

I think Hooky's ego demands that the bassline is a bigger part of the track when he's in the band, which is no bad thing he's brilliant

He's a bang-average caner who's been dining out on being in Joy Division for his whole career. This mythology about Manchester is getting more fatiguing the older I get - there's something in the water up there promoting unrealistic self-importance in people, particularly the creative types. Always reminds me of Warhol's Factory era nonsense and the delusions of grandeur held by a very small group of pretentious twerps who weren't as important as they thought they were. This overspilled into the New York punk scene, CBGB's etc etc and eventually contaminated the UK - reading John Lydon's preposterous new biography demonstrates this perfectly.

Lets be clear about this. The Roses put out one good album. The Monday's managed two. New Order are a superior singles band who's albums are generally disappointing. Only The Smiths can lay claim to major cultural relevance, but only due to the disarmingly self-reverential English music press - America largely ignored them and their fate was sealed by the time The Pixies arrived, who are a superior band anyway.

Mancs have always lived in a bubble of their own creation. The sensible amongst us just laugh knowingly and pat them on their greasy little heads.

F**k me! Did you really go to the trouble of writing all that just because I think Hooky is a brilliant bass player? Thanks mate, i'm touched.

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MattBlack wrote:

No Manchester shows, disappointed in that

They're on at the Warehouse Project Sat 5th & Sun 6th December.

Album's not a patch on Technique like the press are saying... It sounds more like Electronic to New Order, although there are some good basslines. I think Hooky's ego demands that the bassline is a bigger part of the track when he's in the band, which is no bad thing he's brilliant. I was hoping for more big synth solos with Gillian back in the band.

Best tracks on the album are the guitar heavy tracks, in my opinion, Academic and Nothing But A Fool are classic New Order, i'm not too keen on the dancier tracks, they sound like snide 90s remixes.

poirot wrote:

Marcus' ideal night would consist of himself, Sasha, Diggers and Nick Warren all in a Jacuzzi with him sponging them down.

Yes! I have that dream too... you clown.