Letter #144 🛸

Dancing in outer space ...

Hello, hi, how r u?

I hope you’ve had a great week! A week later and I’m still basking in the love I felt at our first party last week. But before I start rambling on about that, I have a question…

Did you get this email ok? Does it look any better or worse? I suppose by virtue of reading this question, you got it, but I want to know about any problems or issues you might have with it. You see, I’ve made a very boring but very important change this week. I’ve said bon voyage to Mailchimp, which was both increasingly ineffective, and increasingly expensive. Not a brilliant combination. So I’ve moved us to substack, please let me know if you find any issues.

Now, on to the good stuff. The music this week: as I said, the party was sublime, so good to see some of you, and heartmeltingly wonderful to have a dance together. This week’s mixtape is thirty songs from the party last week, so those that came can relive it, and those that didn’t can catch an aural glimpse. It goes from soothing ambient, through soul, boogie, disco, house, techno, and then back to Earth again with a little soother at the end. After 18 months away from the dance floor, it took me into outer orbit last week. Huge thank you to all that came.

Oh, and the next party is already in the planning phase, so watch this space.

There’s also a slightly bumper TL:DR Section below too, and some gold to be had at that.

Notes to return soon. Watch this space.

See you on the dancefloor,
Jed x

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TL;DR Section 🌪

Stuff to hear

Stuff to read

Stuff to watch

  • The Birth of Punjabi Garage is mandatory viewing (and then watch Yung Singh’s Boiler Room set again)

  • Little Simz’ excellent I Love You, I Hate You has inspired a new film that’s must watch

  • 1971, the new documentary series on the cultural explosion of 1971. It’s on AppleTV (yes I’m watching everything I can on it before bumping my sub)

  • Northern Soul. It’s a few years old now, and I initially snubbed it as it’s a fictitious account, but I gave it a watch last weekend and it’s brilliant

Stuff to do


Old notes home 📚

…on culture

…on music

…on mental health


The tracklist 🎶

  1. Green-House - Find Home

  2. Maria Rita Stumpf - Cantico Brasileiro No. 3 (Selvagem remix)

  3. Fuga Ronto - L’uomo Invisible

  4. The Cure - Lullaby (extended mix)

  5. Each Other - Burn It Down

  6. Danalogue - The March That Is Unstoppable

  7. Smith & Mudd - The Distance

  8. Bright & Findlay - Slow Dance (Jazz mix)

  9. Garfield Fleming - Don’t Send Me Away

  10. Donnell Pitman - Love Explosion

  11. D.C. LaRue - Cathedrals (Jamie 3:26 extended ballroom version)

  12. Sylvester - You Make Me Feel (Soulwax remix)

  13. STR4TA - After The Rain (Dave Lee alternative II mix)

  14. Harvey Sutherland - Bravado

  15. Soldiers of Twilight - Believe

  16. Moloko - Sing It Back (Herbert’s tasteful dub)

  17. Shaun Escoffery - Space Rider

  18. Atmosphere - Outer Space

  19. Pharoah Sanders - You’ve Got To Have Freedom

  20. Flying Lotus - Do The Astral Plane

  21. Lone - Airglow Fires

  22. Todd Edwards - Saved My Life

  23. Four Tet - Locked

  24. Hector Plimmer - Joyfulness (Elkka remix)

  25. Moses Boyd & SW2 - Bridge The Gap (El-B remix)

  26. Bobby Womack - Love Is Gonna Lift You Up (Julio Bashmore remix)

  27. Pangaea - Bone Sucka

  28. Roni Size - Brown Paper Bag

  29. Fixate - Ripgroove

  30. Daniel Avery - Lone Swordsman

Letter #143 💸

Love Will Save The Day

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12.11.21
Hey hi hello how r u,

It's good to be back again! I hope you're good, and that you've had a grand old few weeks. 

This week's is a very brief letter, as work has been super busy, and I'm in the throes of getting everything sorted for the first Love Will Save The Day party next week. BUT I have a few interesting bits to share, and as always some great music too. 

You may have guessed from the subtitle of this week's newsletter, that the music this week is a bit 'dollar bin' style, and there's a very specific reason for that. A few months back we moved house, and as I unpacked my records, I took the opportunity to have a decent sort out and order them properly (well, kind of properly, the purists would despair). Despite buying for nearly two decades now, I know most of what's in there, but what I didn't recognise, I put to the side. There was gold in that pile. So today's mixtape is made up of some of the records from the pile I put aside - the best ones. Classic house, acid jazz, broken, gospel house, early 00s gems - it's got the lot. 

There's a few links in the TL;DR Section too (but it's kinda light as I've had my head stuck in books recently). 

Anyway, I'm rambling, enjoy! 

See you on the dancefloor,
Jed x

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🌪 TL;DR Section 🌪
 

Anti-racism resources

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  • Platforming; If you are black, a POC, or you're a person that has been marginalised, and you would like to guest edit an edition of Love Will Save The Day, please get in touch with me. I want to ensure that your voice is heard. Just reply to this email. 

  • Mentoring; As a senior white man in advertising and media, I hold a very privileged position. If you, or any one that you know, is interested in a career in advertising or media and needs a mentor and/or a leg-up, please contact me / get them to contact me at jedhallam@gmail.com

📖  Old notes  📖

Notes on culture

Notes on music


Notes on mental health

📃 The tracklist  📃

  1. Big Hard Excellent Fish - Imperfect List - Pt. 1

  2. Mr. Scruff - Night Tiime 

  3. Truby Trio - Carajillo (Jazzanova remix)

  4. Greyboy - Genevieve (Quantic remix)

  5. John Beltran - Kissed By The Sun

  6. Shaun Escoffery - Space Rider

  7. Yukihiro Fukutomi - LOVE EACH OTHER

  8. The Cinematic Orchestra - All The You Give (Herbert's Raving Mix)

  9. Alison Limerick - Make It On My Own (Blue Boy 12" vocal mix)

  10. Chez Damier - Speechless 

  11. Dimitri From Paris - Ca Chauffe (Sizzling Hot Mix)

  12. Tiefschwarz - Acid Soul 

  13. Zero 7 - Distractions (Bugs In The Attic remix)

  14. Kerri Chandler - Ladbroke Grove

  15. Soldiers Of Twilight - Believe

  16. Sounds Of Blackness - Everything Is Gonna Be Alright 

  17. Bizarre Inc - Get Up (Sunshine Street)

  18. Brotherhood of Soul - I'll Be Right There (Roger's Brotherhood remix)

  19. Fire Island - If You Should need A Friend

  20. 280 West - Lift Him Up

  21. Veda Simpson - Oohhh Baby 

  22. Cicada - Electric Blue

  23. Chicken Lips - Eggy's Pause Button 

  24. Hector Plimmer - Wall Street (Matthew Herbert's Streetsoul remix)

  25. K.I.M. - Kimkong 

  26. Manhead - What?

  27. Erlend Oye - Ghost Trains 

  28. Hector Plimmer - Joyfulness (Elkka remix)

  29. Freeform Five - Perspex Sex (Maurice Fulton vocal remix)

  30. Jolly Music - Talco Uno

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Love Will Save the Day

Letter #142 🖤

Love Will Save The Day

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29.10.21
Hello again,

I have no idea how, but it's been three months since I last wrote to you! Sorry, I didn't even say goodbye either. Well, I'm back now, and I'm sending you all my love and my finest frequencies. As I sit here writing this, I'm realising just how much I've missed you. 

I didn't intend to take such a long break, but moving house, moving job, global pandemic, the rollercoaster of mental health, training for and running a marathon, trying to sustain Common People, life, blah blah you know the drill... It just all got a bit... Much

Selfishly, the break has done me some good. I've fallen back in love with music again, I'm listening to and buying new music again, and I've had chance to reset my brain a bit on what Love Will Save The Day actually is. (Oh, and the party is back - more below, don't sleep!)

Love Will Save The Day doesn’t have a grand genesis story. There was no plan, no grand vision, and no objective or goal. It was born from a feeling, really. 

A feeling that music provides us with a sort of map for life. It helps us navigate the good times and the bad. It helps us find ourselves when we’re lost. And it shows us where we belong. I didn’t realise this for years, but I always knew that music was sacred. When I was listening to something I loved, it moved me, and I wanted everyone else to feel what I felt. 

And I still do. 

This is where all this came from. 

From those moments that we share with strangers on a sweat-soaked dance floor, to the quiet moments in the little hours we spend listening alone; music brings us together, shows us the way, and gives life its magic. 

Love Will Save The Day is my way of sharing that magic; whether through the newsletter and mixtape, the community of likeminded people, the parties, or the record label (more on that coming soon). 

The name is a tribute to David Mancuso’s first party, and the ethos of that party forms the basis of our values; Peace, Love, Unity, and Respect. 

So, I'm stripping things back. From now on, it's the newsletter and the mixtape, the community (join us here), and the parties. 

On the parties, I'm really excited to announce the next one. It'll be on the 19th of November, tickets are free (but you'll need to let me know you're coming as it'll be strictly guestlist only), the venue is a glorious basement, with a red light, and a ridiculous soundsystem, and one DJ the whole night. The capacity is limited, and last time the list filled within 48 hours, so if you'd like to come along, reply to me here ASAP. 

On to this week's music. Well, it's a return to the early days, I think. It sweeps wildly through genres, generations, and geographies. I've had three months of music to sift through and pick out my favourite thirty songs, so you know the quality is going to be sky-high. 

See you on the dancefloor,
Jed x

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🌪 TL;DR Section 🌪
 

Anti-racism resources

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  • Platforming; If you are black, a POC, or you're a person that has been marginalised, and you would like to guest edit an edition of Love Will Save The Day, please get in touch with me. I want to ensure that your voice is heard. Just reply to this email. 

  • Mentoring; As a senior white man in advertising and media, I hold a very privileged position. If you, or any one that you know, is interested in a career in advertising or media and needs a mentor and/or a leg-up, please contact me / get them to contact me at jedhallam@gmail.com

📖  Old notes  📖

Notes on culture

Notes on music


Notes on mental health

📃 The tracklist  📃

  1. Jon Hopkins & Ram Dass - Sit Around The Fire

  2. Bremer/McCoy - Natten

  3. Raelle - Wake Up Sunshine 

  4. Cleo Sol - Sunshine

  5. Snazzback - Flump (Ishmael Ensemble rework)

  6. Sordid Sound System - I Walk On Splintered Gilders

  7. Tony Allen - Slow Bones (Cool Cats mix)

  8. Juls & Niniola - Love Me

  9. Becker & Mukai - Dark Fields Of The Republic 

  10. Shigeto & Andres - The Approach

  11. Air Max '97 - Eat The Rich

  12. RP Boo - Finally Here

  13. Anne Imhof - Moshpit I

  14. Obongjayar - Message In A Hammer

  15. The Bug (feat. Daddy Freddy) - Ganja Baby

  16. Moonchild Sanelly - Jiva Juluka 

  17. Van Buren Records - CULT

  18. Blawan - Under Belly 

  19. Nathan Fake - Sandstone

  20. Aril Brikha - Groove La Chord 

  21. Ross From Friends - The Daisy

  22. Tristan Arp - From The Seams 

  23. Dauwd - La Nota

  24. Anthony Naples - I Don't Know If That's Just Dreaming 

  25. Kacey Musgraves - If This Was A Movie

  26. Herbert - The Way

  27. Moses Sumney - Can't Believe It

  28. Moor Mother - Vera Hall

  29. John Haycock - Honey Mango

  30. Lau Nau - Cloud Circles 

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Letter #141 🌞

Love Will Save The Day

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16.07.21
HELLO! Hey, hi, alright?

How are you? I hope you've had a fabulous few weeks - and if you haven't, then I might be able to fix that for you this week.

I've been pretty busy with work projects picking up, plotting some Common People stuff, my running training has cranked up considerably (I've got a marathon in my sights), I've also been trying to figure out the best, safest, and soonest way to get us together for a little dance, and I'm in the middle of moving house... 

So, it's busy.

But I've not been too busy that I couldn't find time to find thirty brilliant songs and stitch them together in a way that I hope makes you have a little dance. Even if it's only in your chair. 

Moving house has definitely effected the selections this week - I've not been diving through dusty piles and shelves, instead this week's mixtape is built from music that I've picked up in the last two weeks (plus a couple I've missed but really wanted!). Let me tell you now, it is bursting at the seams with brilliant new music and reissued greats. It was also a very instinctive mix to put together - it kind of flowed out of me, which hasn't happened for about a year. Maybe some of the magic is returning to my ears... 

There's an undeniable soulful side to the music too; some mega soul, naturally, but also lots of just amazingly soulful music - even if it has a harder edge. You'll (hopefully) hear what I mean... 

No show this week, or letter, but the music will more than make up for that (and I will too - soon). 

Anyway, I'm rambling. Let's go

See you on the dancefloor,
Jed x

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🌪 TL;DR Section 🌪
 

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  • Platforming; If you are black, a POC, or you're a person that has been marginalised, and you would like to guest edit an edition of Love Will Save The Day, please get in touch with me. I want to ensure that your voice is heard. Just reply to this email. 

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📖  Old notes  📖

Notes on culture

Notes on music


Notes on mental health

📃 The tracklist  📃

  1. Curtis Harding - Hopeful 

  2. Aaron Frazer - If I Got It (Your Love Brought It)

  3. Jerome Thomas - Sauce

  4. Osunlade - Joffy's Funk

  5. Felipe Gordon - Howl!

  6. Calvin Keys - Shawn-Neeq

  7. Fiji Nakayama - Aya's Samba

  8. Ruby Rushton - Spanish Raga 

  9. Damon Locks & Black Monument Ensemble - Keep Your Mind Free

  10. Jason Hogans - Blue Blessed Rider 

  11. Reykjavik606 - This Ain't Jazz No More

  12. Velour - Luminate (20/100 remix)

  13. Soulphiction - What What ??!

  14. Jon Dixon - 90 On The Lodge 

  15. Jimpster - Burning Up

  16. East Coast Love Affair - Confrontations 

  17. Midnight Magic - Beam Me Up (Each Other remix)

  18. Sylvester - You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) Soulwax remix 

  19. Delano Smith - This Heart

  20. Osunlade - MOSS, Pt. 2

  21. Basement Jaxx - Red Alert (Mella Dee Holding On mix)

  22. Mall Grab - III Pt. 2

  23. Asquith - Bergamot (Scent mix)

  24. Yellow Magic Orchestra - ユーティー

  25. Koreless - Shellshock

  26. Andy Stott - Over

  27. Sunken Cages - Dal Lake 

  28. Sad City - Jaya 

  29. Jaubi - Satanic Nafs

  30. Biosphere - Faith and Reverence 

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Letter #140 🕰

Love Will Save The Day

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02.07.21
Hello! Hey, hi, how r u?

I hope you're good. If you aren't then I've got just the tonic, and if you are good, then this week is going to put an even bigger smile on your face. I'm feeling very confident. 

Before I get into that, I wanted to say a huge thank you to Anne Frankenstein for her brilliant, bonkers, eclectic guest letter and interview! If you missed it, you can listen again here

Now, this week. I'm very excited to share this. This week's it's an ode to   s l o w . 

I’ve been thinking about the importance of ‘slow’ a lot recently. Slow reading, writing, thinking, listening, running, watching... When you slow things down, you just feel more. You become part of whatever it is that you're listening to or reading. You become more than just a tourist. 
 
So this week I'm putting a gentle hand on the platter of the universe, to bring down the tempo a little. Slowing heartbeats, creating space between the notes, helping you to experience now, to experience this moment, not just let it pass you by. Finding a little psychic drift, hypnotising you through your ears. 

Let's go. 

See you on the dancefloor,
Jed x

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🌪 TL;DR Section 🌪


The TL;DR Section is a little different at the moment, as I've been trying to read more books, so naturally my other reading has shrunk a little.

Books

Heavy rotation albums, comps, and playlists 

Watching

Reading 

Anti-racism resources

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  • Platforming; If you are black, a POC, or you're a person that has been marginalised, and you would like to guest edit an edition of Love Will Save The Day, please get in touch with me. I want to ensure that your voice is heard. Just reply to this email. 

  • Mentoring; As a senior white man in advertising and media, I hold a very privileged position. If you, or any one that you know, is interested in a career in advertising or media and needs a mentor and/or a leg-up, please contact me / get them to contact me at jedhallam@gmail.com

📚 The notes  📚
 

These notes are cribbed from the show notes, but I wanted to share them for those that would rather read while they listen, than listen to me while they listen...

A friend called Tim Kitell introduced me to Darkside in the early 2010s, and I didn’t get it. Tim has introduced me to a tremendous amount of amazing music over the years – his ears are far better than mine – and often at first I just don’t get it. Madlib is another good example. But with Darkside, I had a visceral reaction. It’s bluesy, it’s cinematic, it’s SLOW. It wasn’t, in my ears, for dancefloors. And the idea of SLOW was, to me, criminal, in the early 2010s. I was living in Dalston, partying four or five nights a week, and I wanted nothing to slow me down. I only wanted fast, faster, fastest. 
 
This feeling – this desire – started to spread into every facet of life. Work, friendships, relationships, music, art, reading, culture, money, health – my desire became about having everything, now. Slow was antithetical to my whole worldview. Slow was a waste of life. Nas said "I’ll sleep when I’m dead", I thought the same. I had a hunger that could only be sated by more, faster. 
 
That hunger grew and grew, parts of it became unsustainable, so I lopped those parts off, as they started to slow me down in other ways (excessive partying was the first to be culled). It wasn’t bad, my life continued to accelerate, I got what I wanted, and I got it fast. 
 
But I was always living for tomorrow, for the next thing. I always wanted. The thirst became unquenchable. 
 
Then just before the pandemic, I saw Jamie Tiller play Public Records in New York, and I saw something different. It felt like he slowed the entire planet down that night, a graceful palm on the platter of the planet. Pitching it all down, slowing heartbeats, creating space. Helping people to experience time, not just witness it. 

I realised very recently that my obsession with speed was not only costing me my sanity, but it was actually slowing me down. I’ve always thought of myself as a sprinter, someone who throws myself into everything at full pelt, then rests up once I’ve made progress. This attitude is scattered across my adult life. I’ve sneered at the marathon runners, who remain on a level, never hitting the peaks, but avoiding the lows. But it was a false binary I created and then propagated. A frame that I took to heart. A mask that I wore to explain my actions, attitudes, and behaviour. But the mask started to wear me. 
 
I read an excellent essay in Teen Vogue by Fortesa Latifi, which profiled a number of young adults who’d made stark discoveries about themselves and their sense of identity during the pandemic. Given the warping of time, and freedom or confines of space, many people have escaped the pressures of society, and found a new comfort in themselves. As David in the essay said, “Being stuck at home means you aren’t performing constantly anymore to an audience,”. As well as joggers and baggy sweatshirts, the pandemic has given us space and time to take our masks off too. To reassess who we are, why we are, what we are, and who we want to be from now on too. In the midst of all this, I set up Common People, a community for working class people and people from working class backgrounds in the creative industries. It’s been incredible, enraging, and heart-breaking hearing about people’s experiences and their feelings of being ‘other’. Sharing my own has been cathartic, and a learning experience. 
 
In many ways I’ve gone through a pretty huge life transformation over the last eighteen months. In mind, body, and soul. Almost all of it has been typified by a move to understand more, to think more deeply, to consume and produce more slowly, but with more consideration. With deeper purpose, and stronger intent.
 
Running has been an excellent guide. I’ve learnt discipline, patience, pace, the importance of rest, the importance of looking after myself, I’ve discovered that to get stronger, to run faster I have to spend more time going slower. I’ve become much more considered in my actions. Less firebrand, more focused. 
 
When you slow things down, you feel every step, read every sentence, hear every sound. You live and breath it all in. You’re part of it, not just a tourist. 
 
It hasn't been easy though, and it’s taken some recalibration. I think Love Will Save The Day has suffered from this transition, but I know it’s the only way to improve things for the future, and the only way to enjoy things now. Reading, writing, thinking, running, listening, watching, consuming… I’m trying to do it all with more understanding, and make it less about mindless, shallow knowledge acquisition. 
 
To get faster, to get stronger, you have to go slower. This is why this is an ode to slow.

And in a broader context, slow doesn’t mean unambitious. It doesn’t mean lack of drive. It means doing something with purpose and determination. Putting the work in. Constantly. Not trying to find shortcuts or speed boosts but grinding. Diamonds form under the constant pressure of the earth over millions of years, not from a one-off lightning strike.
 
Andrew Weatherall famously said that ‘the slower the music, the more space there is’, and despite his 'Prague panel beaters' era, he was a DJ famed for his ability to build a groove without having to hammer the BPM. In his partnership with Sean Johnston as DJ crew A Love From Outer Space, they pushed back against what they saw as an obsession with speed, acceleration, and the future, pushing the opposite way to, and trying to return us to our meditative, trance-inducing, roots. They wanted to hypnotise, to create experiences beyond a rush. As Harry Sword would put it, they were trying to create a psychic drift… And the slow grind of sub 100 beats per minute is hypnotic – hopefully the music on today’s show will demonstrate that – it does it through tapping into something primordial, a physical, bodily, rhythm, that generates not a nod, but a sway, and as we sway back and forth, feeling the pull in each direction, it forces a sort of submission to the groove. Like a drone drawing us deeper into our own consciousness, the almost-catatonic state of being locked in beyond our own will, tied into the universal vibration around us, and within us. 
 
That sense of steadily pushing on – of sustained statis – is covered a lot in Monolithic Undertow, Harry Sword’s excellent history of the drone throughout the history of sound and music. Surgeon talks about how he grew up hearing the drone of the motorway each night as he lay in bed, and connected the drone to the feeling of infinity – this sense of a higher power – something which makes a connection between the art of the British Murder Boys and Midlands techno and Alice Coltrane and Don Cherry – a connection I never thought could exist. Monolithic Undertow has undoubtedly had an influence on this week’s mixtape – explicitly in some of the later tracks, but implicitly in the tone and textures of some of the music I’ve chosen. To me, the drone is as much a feeling as a sound itself. The spirit of the drone has no end, it is a pure sustained vibration, emanating from the tiny fireball that exploded 14 billion years ago, to this moment, right now. A single universal vibration. 

I've come to think that life is about learning to slowly harness the energy of the world into the craft of creation, not lazily waiting for some false-ideal of divine inspiration or god-given talent to suddenly appear. This is the importance of understanding over knowledge. Consistency. Pace. Investment in and dedication to your cause, your purpose.

Creativity comes from craft. Craft comes from consistency.

We all know the phrase ‘It took me ten years to become an overnight success’. Anyone can acquire shallow knowledge, but building understanding takes conviction and commitment, and great ideas don’t come from repurposing what’s already there, but understanding what is missing. Invest yourself. Create what we need, what we want, what we don’t have. 
 
This is the Love Will Save The Day ode to slow. Slow is good. 
 

📖  Old notes  📖

Notes on culture

Notes on music


Notes on mental health

📃 The tracklist  📃

  1. Darkside - A1

  2. Nicola Cruz - Cumbia del Olvido

  3. Chancha Via Circuito - Suén?o en Paraguay (El Bu?ho remix)

  4. Dengue Dengue Dengue - Guarida (ft. Sara Van)

  5. Boom Bip - Last Walk Around Mirror Lake (Boards of Canada remix)

  6. Eurythmics - This City Never Sleeps

  7. Fuga Ronto - Journey Unknown 

  8. John Talabot - Zanzibar (80's Tapemix)

  9. Majik - Take Me There (Psychemagik edit)

  10. Moodymann - Do Wrong

  11. Vakula - Joiwind

  12. Jose Padilla - Solito (Wolf Muller water mix)

  13. Axel Boman - Slave To The Vibe

  14. Royksopp - Monument (ft. Robyn)

  15. LCD Soundsystem - Oh Baby (lovefingers remix)

  16. Sad City - Steady Jam

  17. Payfone - A Prayer For Maya Angelou

  18. Felix Laband - Righteous Red Berets (Luke Vibert remix)

  19. Matanza - Existencia (Acid Pauli remix)

  20. Maps - I Heard Them Say (Andy Stott remix)

  21. Not Waving - Believe

  22. Gary Numan - Down In The Park

  23. Drexciya - Cascading Celestial Giants 

  24. Jean-Michel Jarre - The Heart of Noise, Pt. 1

  25. Aleksi Kerala - GBBVT1337022

  26. Throbbing Gristle - Hamburger Lady

  27. Jon Hassell - Fearless

  28. Apex Twin - #7

  29. Clark - Amor (C.B. remix)

  30. William Basinski - Melancholia II

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See you on the dance floor.
Love Will Save the Day

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