Trancelike State 019702 – Stardate 79.03.10

January 20, 2010 – 12:56 am

Here’s the second in the Trancelike State series (the first), my electronica mix show from college.

This episode mixes the some glitch with some world dance music and illbient with old school ragga jungle.

  1. Peek 824545201.. Aphex Twin
  2. Soulus (Submarine Variation #2)… Loop Guru
  3. International Times (Haunted Dancehall Mix)… Transglobal Underground
  4. Skank… Higher Intelligence Agency
  5. Thoughts Like Rain… DJ Spooky
  6. Jungle & Western Cowboy Style… Josie Wales, Beenie Man, & Ini Kamoze (Remixed by New Blood Crew)
  7. Intro… DJ Spooky
  8. Copper Shot Dub (Music Is My Occupation)… King Tubby/Scientist
  9. Miss Know It… Scientist/Roots Radics
  10. Why Hip Hop Sucks In ’96… DJ Shadow

(As a reminder to explain my goofy show titling/dating convension: the episode number of 019702 can be translated pretty simply: January 1997, second mix of the month. The “star date” was just my stupid way of designating specifically when the mix was done by writing the date backwards (so 79.30.10 is January 30, 1997).

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  1. 6 Responses to “Trancelike State 019702 – Stardate 79.03.10”

  2. your site is amazing maaan….. for real is amazing! this post, that post, that post and anotha and anotha……your demo tape (peace to ya friend;-) ) kick me ass.

    I send much respect

    By STAMTAD on Jan 20, 2010

  3. but eyou… back to the 1995 i check aticle THE EUROPEAN SCENE “Farmers, Hip-Hop and Plastic Guns”

    By STAMTAD on Jan 20, 2010

  4. Thanks for the kind words!

    Not quite sure what you were saying in the second comment — the only reference I found to “Farmers, Hip-Hop, and Plastic Guns” was in an old online magazine I wrote for back in the day (HardCORE).

    By laze on Jan 21, 2010

  5. yeah, yeah.. thats true and check your comment at PhilaFlava about EU or Polish rap. I exactly from PL and what you think about rap from EU since 96 or 99 and right now ?

    By STAMTAD on Jan 23, 2010

  6. Thanks for this! Looking forward to checking it out.

    I’ve been obsessing over Polish hip-hop for the last three or four years. OSTR is one of the best producers in hip-hop right now, period. And MCs on this side of the pond are realizing it, too — his last album featured Brother J, Sadat X, and El da Sensei.

    There’s lots of great stuff happening in the eastern european underground (and not just with hip-hop, either). The days where “international hip-hop” felt 5 years behind US hip-hop have passed, I think.

    By STAMTAD on Jan 23, 2010

  7. Don’t sleep..

    By STAMTAD on Jan 25, 2010

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