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comfortnoise podcast 012-0910 w/ dj populist


comfortnoise podcast 012-0910 (→ download with right click & "save as...")

- follow the bass! over 3h/05m/29s (mp3/192kbs/260mb)
- mixed by dj populist (maximum respect; zh)
- produced by new.com (comfortnoise, dub_ex_machina)
- streamed on september 16th 2010 over audioasyl
→ full timecoded playlist (pdf)

012-0910

dj populist (aka dj bassselekta aka demochef - maximum respect - facebook; zh) is an extraordinary experienced selector with an unusual comprehensive knowledge. for comfortnoise podcast, he decided to present us a unique and vinyl only time travel: he’s outlining the baseline of the bassline from early 90ties jungle to today’s dubstep. versatile, enjoyable and educational in the same moment, this is of course a very personal selection. receive a visual impression of his immense vinyl collection below... here he’s been digging intensely over the last weeks to compose this show! we hail a true sensei who's telling us his life.

playlist

dj populist is playing...
000:00 - dub narcotic sound system - run silent run deep - soul static sound 08
006:24 - sky joose - happiness, saddness & madness - no sell out 01
011:51 - peter bouncer - junglist - congo natty 01
017:40 - dj hype - freestyles of bass - line 01
023:45 - goldie - inner city life (peshay mx) - ffrr fx267
034:03 - roni size - brown paper bag - mercury tlkbrint 1
041:08 - ant miles - inducer - liftin’ spirit 28
047:06 - the dynamic duo - invasion - joker 27
051:36 - two banks of four - hook and line - sirk 25
057:34 - dubblestandart meets david lynch & lee scratch perry - chrome optimsm
             (dubblestandart dub) - subatomic sound 12
062:50 - bill laswell - magnetic d. street - apc tracks 03
068:48 - rhythm & sound w/ tikiman - spend some time - burial mix 02
075:00 - stereotyp - stand up - g-stone 31
080:53 - blue - doctor - emissions audio output sop 004lp
086:59 - bob marley - is this love (bill laswell rmx) - axiom/island 314-524 419-1ds

088:18 - dj populist in the interview with new.com

090:40 - bob marley - one love (people get ready; bill laswell rmx) - axiom/
             island 314-524 419-1ds
093:20 - bob marley - midnight ravers (bill laswell rmx) - axiom/island 314-524 419-1ds
099:19 - aphex - bwoon dub - analord 02
105:26 - bassbin drivers - niteflight - draft 22
110:46 - aquasky - bodyshock (adam freeland rmx) - audio couture 28
116:58 - echologist - faith (ny mx) - mule musiq 18
124:55 - andy stott - unknown exception - modern love 35
132:17 - maurizio - untitled - m07
138:10 - ramadanman - good feelin - 2nd drop 01
142:43 - skream - welcome 2 the future - tempa 20
147:18 - deep alpha - all think (kode9’s alphadub) - voltage 08
152:47 - mala - forgive - deep medi 04
159:23 - benga & walsh - bace face - bisquit factory 01
164:42 - kode9 & the space ape - sine of the dub - soul jazz 201lp
169:55 - dubblestandart & lee ‘scratch’ perry meet subatomic sound system - blackboard
             jungle (dubblestandart respect the poor rmx) - subatomic sound 09
175:39 - rhythm & sound w/ walda gabriel - boss man (tiki’s pure blue rmx) - burial mix bmx-1
179:19 - burial - broken home - hyerdub hdblp001

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Comments

EXZELLENT! thanx for this stuff!
dubbing is a must****

Thanks for this cool set populist & new.com. The old jungle definitely took me back. A pretty eclectic mix. I'd love to hear some of that jazz and and hiphop some time!

These tracks stuck out for me - they seemed to match the mood I was in.

99:19 aphex - bwoon dub
124:55 - andy stott - unknown exception

Good stuff.

+ great interview! :)

Oi oi oi, how I love this old classic jungle... It was tearing the roof off my head way back in mid-90s and it's still can do wonders to me right now. Watching me dancing these days is almost like observing hen's teeth, but put me on da floor in front of good speakers with DJ Populist at the decks - and you'll see how Snobo can wiggle, jump and shout ;) Big up soundbwoy!!!

Additionally, anyone who digs Bill Laswell and drops his Marley remixes in a mix gets my credit immediately even before listening.

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