Sooooo with this thread in mind does someone want to sell me their Stilleben 5 *cough*


Imatran_Voima wrote:

Nice.. and cool clip


(4,349 replies, posted in Addicts)

Venus Noir 12"
Lydia Lunch - In Limbo
Lydia Lunch - 13.13
John Foxx - No One Driving 2x7"
Joy Division - Atmosphere
The Soft Moon - The Soft Moon red LP
The Soft Moon - Parallels
Circle Pit - Circle Pit
Para One - Naissance Des Pieuvres
Blue Cheer - Outsideinside


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Thanks for this,  great tracks but I never managed to get hold of the 12"s


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ytz wrote:

btw can anybody explain me the difference between chillwave & witchhouse?

chillwave is toro y moi, washed out, etc. filter house meets indie vogue for surf/garage rock.

witch house is chopped and screwed IDM meets indie vogue for industrial/synthwave

Oh, that makes perfect sense now!

Especially the white copy but I'd settle for either. Anyone?


(486 replies, posted in Addicts)

After a new old copy of the Mama Loves Me 7", mine vanished so if anyone has a spare, hit me up

Also trying to get hold of Wireburner 001 with Counter Couture and Dustmite if anyone can help


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this is the shit

Yo E.R, that's probably because that is the exact same set you heard in QLD wink
Our Sydney show was a 100% live set, we preferred the one with half and half so used the QLD show for the site.

I didn't hear the Moodymann remix yet. Looking forward to 1984 though. The Keep It Hot remix is nice and I liked the Clone Machine record too

Open your book baby — to page freak!

Egyptian Lover Live in Australia (For the Aussie Freaks!)
1. Afrika Bambaataa & Soul Sonic Force – Planet Rock
2. Afrika Bambaataa & Soul Sonic Force – Planet Rock (backwards)
3. Twilight 22 – Electric Kingdom
4. Grandmaster Flash & The Furious 5 – Scorpio
5. Reggie Griffin & Technofunk – Mirda Rock
6. Kraftwerk – Telephone Call
7. Uncle Jamm’s Army – Dial A Freak
8. Prince – Irresistible Bitch (live cover by Egyptian Lover)
9. Egyptian Lover – Eight O Motherfuckin’ Eight
10. Egyptian Lover – …And My Beat Goes Boom
11. Egyptian Lover – I Need A Freak
12. Egyptian Lover – Egypt, Egypt
13. Egyptian Lover – Freak-A-Holic
14. Egyptian Lover – You’re So Fine
15. Egyptian Lover – Keep It Hot (Remix)


(176 replies, posted in Parties)

Wow nice lineup... Don't think I can make it to Europe until 2011 though, too bad for me

DJ support from RETALI8 & OSC-001 of the Cold Crush Wreckin' Cru
So motherfucking pumped!


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Electro boogie: Japeye Does The Electric Boogie

Old school hip hop vibes and boogie jams mixed by Japeye (Adelaide, Australia) for Cold Crushin' Mixes

Japeye Does The Electric Boogie tracklisting:
1. T La Rock – It’s Yours
2. L.S Movement – Move Everything You Got
3. Fatback Band – On The Floor
4. Steve Arrington – Nobody Can Be You
5. Boeing – Dance On The Beat
6. Jewel – Jewel’s Groove (Instrumental)
7. Ago – You Make Me Do It
8. TJ Swann – And You Know That
9. SFB – Burnin’ up (KON Edit)
10. The Evasions – All Wrapped Up
11. Maxine Singleton – You Can’t Run From Love
12. Newcleus – Jam On It
13. Tyron Brunson – The Smurf
14. Afro-Rican – Give It All You Got (Doggy Style)
15. James Pants – Cosmic Rap (Egyptian Lover Remix)
16. Starrband – Rock The House
17. Emerson – Sending All My Love Out



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Ok I Found the Porn.Darsteller set on one of my servers, but would still love the L.S.E and IT&MC if anybody has them! I'll post up the Porn Darsteller set too.

Hey, does anybody have these 3 live sets floating around on their hard disks?

3 live sets from Le Syndicat Electronique, Porn.Darsteller and It & My Computer recorded at RGB Amsterdam.
I remember posting them years back on CBS forum, but I can't find them on my old HD anymore. Hopefully somebody else still has them!
Can hook up FTP space to upload if needed or rapidshit or something is fine too

Anyone got one to part with? let me know!


New Miami Bass mix from Mattamation - get it at Cold Crush!

Miami bass mix: Mattamation – You Shoulda Killed Me Last Year (tracklisting)
01. M4 Sers & Fresh Celeste – One Nation
02. Gucci Crew – The Cabbage Patch
03. The 2 Live Crew – Get It Girl
04. DJ Battlecat – DJ-N-Effect
05. Bass Patrol – Eddie Mix
06. DJ Magic Mike – Cut’s The Record
07. Jock D – Partytime Part II
08. Lon Angelo – Vicious Love
09. Jealous J – Work That Body
10. T. Boys D.L. – Jump On It
11. Maggozulu Too – Mix It Baby
12. Gemini & Jealous J – Cut It Up Def
13. DJ Magic MIke – M & M Going Off
14. Dynamix II – Just Give The DJ A Break
15. MC Ron C – Do Dat Danz
16. M-4 Sers – Give It All To Me
17. Vicious Bass – Shake That Thang
18. Beatmaster Clay D & DJ Magic Mike – Rock The House


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The do-it-yourself movement has taken its first steps across the final frontier: space. A California company, Interorbital Systems, is offering a personal satellite kit that it says will open up space research for schools, hobbyists and amateur engineers.

For just over $8,000, the company provides everything from batteries and an antenna to solar panels and a microcomputer. Once you've built your satellite and designed your experiment, the company will launch it into space on its own rocket. The first rockets are set to launch next month.

But who's buying? Professional astronomer Alex Antunes tells NPR's Audie Cornish he bought one with the intention of turning it into an outer-space musical instrument.

Antunes says the sun interacts with the Earth's magnetic field in the ionosphere and causes all sorts of activity. "Let's put something up there and convert that directly to sound data, so you can hear it."

The satellite itself is a bit unprepossessing, says Antunes. "It has a power system that's basically two lithium AA batteries hooked together, a little stick of gum computer chip, a bunch of very fragile solar cells that are packed away, antenna and lots of wires. If you were expecting to see Sputnik, it's completely different."

But you can configure those little parts any way you choose, as long as the finished product fits inside a shoebox-sized launch tube designed to be loaded onto the rocket.

Once Antunes' satellite is in orbit, he hopes to beam down data about the music of the ionosphere in the form of MIDI files, which is "the equivalent of player piano rolls or sheet music," he says.

"What people decide to map that to is up to them, and that's where the music remix community comes in," he says. "People will be able to take the ionosphere and put it into compositions."

Antunes calls his outer-space instrument a sort of solar Theremin, using the amount of light it receives to create music. And, he adds, it's a welcome challenge after a career spent designing and operating satellites for other people. … =128740683

"Now I get to design my own satellite to do whatever I want."


(5 replies, posted in Trade / Sell)

Sorry to hijack your thread but I waannnnnt invasion planete 2, anyone?


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Fellow robot Hysteric had to dig hard in the crates for this new mix for Cold Crush... an hour of obscure electro jams that we know you will all enjoy!

Hysteric - Electro Will Never Die electro mix for Cold Crushin' Mixes

1. Nimoy – The Orca Reunion
2. Le Syndicat Electronique – Crashland
3. Simulant – Access Future Audio (Mix)
4. Boyz from Tronn – Radio
5. Newcleus – Jam On It
6. Toddy Tee – Do You Wanna Go To The Liquor Store
7. Novamen – Bubblegum
8. Chester Louis III – It Drives Me Wild
9. Sipho Mabuse – Break Dance
10. Cinebrivido – Automatic Object
11. Le Car – Flame Job
12. DMX Krew – Bump To The Beat
13. Sem – V.5
14. Le Syndicat Electronique – Ewigkeit
15. Interlude: David Shire – Space Linkup / Earth Fallout
16. Mr. Velcro Fastener – Assassins / Moonbase
17. Cybernet Systems – Robot Movement
18. The Advent – Future Cities
19. Ultradyne – Black Panther
20. DJ Godfather – Booty Percolate
21. EDMX – Perc Au Lait
22. Umwelt – Haunting
23. Le Syndicat Electronique – Run
24. Legowelt vs Orgue Electronique – Mr. Jims Nightclub
25. Double Dutch – Launch Detected
26. Ultradyne – Radar Blip