December 12, 2018 05:30 AM PST
Dearest Decisive Podcast Series music lovers from around the globe,
It`s Wednesday December 12th, I am in good spirits for this holiday season, today like all other podcast episodes we return with a special treat for everyone. With another exciting interview and exclusive Live recording from my guest today Mr James Johnson aka Plural from Columbus Ohio and its been a long time coming. Plural is a electronic music producer, composer and DJ. His performance history started in 1995, and has played across the US to bring that hard techno sound that he is known for. His calm demeanor belies the massive amounts of energy he creates in his highly technical DJ sets, and the ethereal beauty of his live performances. His releases on over a dozen labels have garnered him the acclaim of dance music's elite, and have made him a rather sought-after recording and remixing talent. Well known Dj's like Dave Clark, Alan Oldham, Ben Sims and Paul Mac are dropping his tracks.
Please Note: You can listen to the Plurals mix without interview on my Soundcloud page: soundcloud.com/roberto-q-ingram. There you will find all previous podcasts and more music. Thanks a lot for your contentious support. Do not forget Decisive T-Shirts can be found on our Facebook group page: facebook.com/groups/decisivepodcastseries. Peace!
The Resurgence - Dobox (2005)
Signal Depth- 6one6 (2006)
Emotional Conflict - Audio Textures (2010)
Broadcast In Hi-Tech - Generator (2010)
Volatile Structure - Panel Trax (2011)
In Darkness - Separate Skills (2011)
Abrasive Technolgy (w/FBK as The Fallen) (2012)
Plural - Metroplex (2014)
Five Shot - Shul (Plural Remix) (2014)
Alan Oldaham - Cockblocking Beats (Plural remix)
Chance McDermott - I've Had Enough (Plural Remix)
Chance McDermott - BlackBird ( Plural Remix)
D'Funk - Detroit Drones ( Plural Remix)
Five Shot - Dombo ( Plural Remix)
T.I.M.- Introspection (Plural Remix)
Recent Releases and Future works
Plural - Impossible Moments (2018) N&N Records
Plural - Back Home (2018) Future Visions Label
Plural - Hammer Of Dawn ???TBA NXT Records
Martin Mueller - One to One ( Plural Remix) 2018
HD Substance - Epheremis ( Plural Remix) 2018
Elektrabel - FMM03 ( Plural Remix)
Dj Dextro - Serum ( Plural Remix) Terminus Audio
Whim Ee Feat Myles Serge - Good To the Bad (Plural Remix) Technorama Records
Plural - It Just Has To Be (Solemne Records)2018
Selected performances and appearances:
Plush Ò Dayton, OH (1996)
Family Affair 3 Ò OH (1997)
Shake it Ò Cincinnati, OH (1997)
Deja Vu Ò Columbus, OH (1998)
Unknown Party - Dominican Republic (2002)
Frequency Fridays @ Wild Goose Creative (2012)
Booty Klap @ Columbus (2014)
Intelligent Design (2014)
Unter @ NY(2017)
Aural Shift @ Baffalo NY (2018)
The Black Hole @ NY(2018)
Don't Panic Magazine
Local Autonomy Blog
December 05, 2018 09:03 AM PST
Hello Decisive music lovers & Everyone around the globe.
Welcome to the Decisive Podcast Series Special, I am sure your getting ready for the holiday season so please except this episode as a gift because I have on the program Mr. Alex Downey with for an interview. We will get a little insight about the life, the music and what it all means to him in his own words and of course listen to his dj mix recorded at a live gig at AudioFarm Festival. Alex Downey has been an ardent supporter of quality underground music and a prominent purveyor of all things electronic as a DJ, vinyl pusher, and radio presenter for well over two decades. Alex was a key figure behind the counter at Brighton's legendary Covert Records and has amassed an immense record collection spanning the house, techno and electro spectrum, while his unrestricted sets behind the decks have earned him much respect and a great reputation amongst the global electronic community.
Alex has been a resident at the celebrated Freerotation Festival from it’s inception, and is currently a resident DJ at Brighton’s ‘First Floor’ party, playing alongside the likes of Function and XDB. He’s DJed at such diverse events as Wiggle, Split, Fabric, Berghain Saule, Concrete, Labyrinth Festival in Japan, The Big-Beat Boutique, Field Maneuvers Festival and continues to play the best parties. But just as important to his career arc are the hundreds of smaller parties and long-forgotten club nights that rocked hard and kept the lifeblood of the scene pumping. Alex's style behind the turntables defies categorisation. For him techno isn't a dogma so much as a spirit of electronic freedom to adapt and embrace new styles. He is highly rated by DJs and is regarded as a keeper of the flame. So lets get to it.
Note: The Mix Will Be Posted On Soundcloud on Friday Without The Interview.
Tracklist for the podcast (Recorded Live at the Audio farm Festival
Intro: Jeff Mills - Key | Axis
01 The Marcia Blaine School For Girls - Pink Sticks | Static Caravan
02 Calibre - Gentle Push | Signature Records
03 Geche - Lana | Statravel
04 Stojche - Radical Measure | Dmk
05 Farron - Paneth | XCPT Music
06 Monolake - Static |Monolake / Imbalance Computer Music
07 F - 0907 | 7even Recordings
08 Paradox - Paragon of Virtue | Archive
09 Skee Mask - Flyby VFR | Ilian Tape
10 John Beltran - Moth | De:tuned
11 Steevio - Green Therapy | Wake Up! Records
12 Aleksi Perälä - GBLFT1740065 | трип
13 J.S.Zeiter - Point Effect | MCMLXV
14 Miles Sagnia - Perseverence (PVNV Remix) | Flyance Records
15 Eden Transmission - I’m So High | Exist Dance
16 Aleksi Perälä - GBLFT1740069 | трип
17 Public Energy - Slumber | Probe Records
18 KAS:ST - Raving Alone (Codex Empire remix) | Prodigal Son
19 Iori - Mist | Bassiani
20 Deepbass & Ness - Outer Limits (Shlømo Remix) | Dynamic Reflection
21 Damon Wild - Travel | Music Man
22 Analogue People - Dot 5 (Ben Sims Remix) | Dot
23 Ritzi Lee - Framework | Mord
24 Rich Oddie - Bloodstream | Surface LTD
25 Sub Space - The Bi-Machine | Labrynth
26 Sam Watson - Zenith | Third Ear Recordings
27 Unspecified Enemies - Tracks Diagrams Micropolitcs | Counter Attack
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November 14, 2018 08:56 AM PST
Hello and good evening everyone!
Welcome to another episode of the DECISIVE MUNICH EXCLUSIVE Podcast. This time two of the Decisive Crew members on the wheels of steel , Roberto Ingram B2B Jackmaster Rob.
This mix happened very spontaneously after a frustrated day. You can try to be as creative as possible, but if the technical stuff is not working that way as you actually want, then it’s just frustrated. But somehow we changed our situation into something we can control. and that’s the result . With cool House tracks from Sweely on Lobster Theremin, Gilles Peterson, Dope ass breaks by Ajukaja on Porridge Bullet, jackin stuff by Jordan Fields on Underground Trax , spheric stuff by Benny Rodrigues on The Corner Records.
Decisive Humanity note of peace: As we have witnessed difficult times of cultural dispare, divide, hate and to much news promoting fear. When You Are Truly At Peace And In Touch With Yourself, Nothing Anyone Says Or Does Bothers You And No Negativity Or Drama Can Touch You. (inspired by Dj Bones t-Shirt).
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October 24, 2018 10:46 AM PDT
Its October 24th 2018 and you are listening to the Decisive Podcast Munich Exclusive. We are back for anyone that loves high quality underground music by dj and musicians that are passionately motivated and in most cases addicted music, like a forest full of cannabis.
Today I welcome to the program Tom Wegert & Mirko (MEAN) a fresh new Techno Duo from Rosenhiem also know as Wegert & Green for their Techouse moniker. I have asked a few interview questions to the guys so lets check out what these dudes are up to and what makes them tick. Listen In!
I am your host Roberto Ingram returning from Amsterdam`s ADE widely known as The Amsterdam Music Event held each year on the second week of October. With a whole lot of inspiration for the series of Decisive podcasts twice a month and radio shows on radio 80000 every third Friday of the month and of course to all of you that show us love.
Decisive tracklist by MEAN
1. Mesak - Pahe
2. Marko Nastic - M.1.1. (John Jastszebski Rmx)
3. Myles Serge - Rules Of Engagement
4. Røhad - Kinder der Ringwelt (Donato Dozzy Rmx)
5. Adam Beyer & Mathew Jonson - The Big Dipper
6. Takaaki Itoh - Obliger
7. Cari Lekebusch & Nima Khak - Lost Prophet
8. Doryan Hell - U Suck
9. Takaaki Itoh - Notabler
10. Vlokken - Poison
11. David Temessi - Sit Back Relax (Jon Gurd Rmx)
12. Sven Wittekind - Rampage
13. Regal - Acid Is The Answer
More Artist info.
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October 10, 2018 07:57 AM PDT
Greeting everyone thanks for making your way back to another Decisive Podcast Series, Its great to have you with us. I am totally energised to welcome back label boss of Soiree Records International Detroit, Michigan Producer/DJ/Songwriter/Musician/Performer & IT Specialist Derrick Thompson aka Drivetrain. Its been a while so now we can be brought up to speed, to whats going on in his neck of the woods He has provided us with a lovely uplifting house mix along with an interview and some juicy information about his way of doing business in the underground industry, and provided Mr. Thompsons history, there is much to be learned. Please note the complete mix without interview will be posted on Saturday 13, 2018 5pm CET, on Soundcloud - https://goo.gl/rmVxyG.
Dates: Go Hear Him Jack!
November 2nd - 4 Elements/Paris
November 3rd - Golzheim/Dusseldorf
November 9th - Au Chapiteau/Marseille,FR
November 10th - Le Télégraphe/Toulon, FR
Decisive Podcast Series Tracklist:
01. Ed Nine, KE - How It's Done GLA Recordings
02. Rocco Rodamaal - Someday Foliage Records
03. Zetbee - Deep In My Soul Plastik People Digital
04. Sebb Junior - Haus CityDeep Music
05. Phaze Dee - Solid Sense State Moiss Music
06. Demarkus Lewis - A Fifth Of That Moiss Music
07. Drivetrain - Breathe Soiree Records
08. Chus & Ceballos - Ain't Nobody Knee Deep in So...
09. AVA (it) - Call My Number Onako Records
10. DJ Diciple, David Tort, DJ Ruff - Deep Underground Catch 22
11. Mihalis Safras, Green Velvet - Pez Relief
12. Tiger Stripes - Jack My Yum (Matt Rolfrey Remix) Hot Creations
13. Wheats - Kassia Toolroom
14. DJ Sneak, Demuir - Good Ol Days (feat. DJ Sneak) Purveyor Underground
15. Rogue D - Chains Hot Creations
16. Drivetrain - Reach
Check out The labels Latest releases: (with more in the pipeline)
Label: Soiree Records International
Catalog Number: SRT170
Release Date - Vinyl and Digital - October 15, 2018
Drivetrain - Lozen
Teknobrat - Relapse
DJ Mourad - All Fixed Up
Hughes Giboulay - Genése
Various Artists Violet with artist like
• drivetrain - breathe
• mattimoe-perrine - llucid
• trecci - sagnami
• funtom - french connection
Various Artists Universal Shift - SOIREE #168 with artist like:
• drivetrain - one love
• dj roach - the heads
• rennie foster - infrastructure
• nicolas franken - pied bot
More info here:
website - www.soireerecords.com
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September 19, 2018 10:12 AM PDT
Hello Decisive music lovers & Everyone around the globe. Tonight Myles Serge is back on the DECISIVE Podcast program for the 3rd time, simply because WE LOVE HIM. Tune in now for a little insight about the life, the music and what it all means to him in his own words.
I am excited and more than happy to welcome back the to the Decisive Podcast Series, our guest today Myles Serge aKa Translate from (Grand Rapids Michigan) an awesome human being, Musician, Dj and Producer, who I had the pleasure to knowing since many years.
This enigmatic dude has been labeled as a low flying techno producer” or even a Reclusive Perfectionist, hard working label head and old school DJ. In this episode of the podcast today we will learn what this all means from the man himself.
Myles experienced a temporary sojourn to the beachside of the the UK?s
Brighton before relocating to Berlin. In some respects the American?s music by passes the
melodic classicalism of Detroit for a stripped back European take on techno, though the
mettlesome machine funk of his raw style, and rough and ready prowess behind the decks,
is never too far from the outer regions of the US? motor city he calls home.
As a regular guest at Tresor, with no stranger to bookings at Berlin?s Berghain, Griess Muehle and about blank, to his residency at Steevio?s Freerotation festival in Wales,Myles is a shining example of how one can traverse the EuropeanAmerican transatlantic divide. With a belt of labels under his control (MS), ReForm, Dosed and Space Myles has since moved on to count the likes of NYC?s Thema, The Zenker Brother`s Ilian Tape and Dan Curtin`s Metamorphic imprints as home for his music. Never one to boast, Myles Sergé Clark`s revised approach to the warehouse techno of his recent mixes and DJ sets keeps the quality underground.
Myles Serge Decisive Podcast -Tracklist
01. Kaiser - My Everything
02. Alex Bau - Magnitude
03. Myk Derill - Compulsive - Knotweed Records
04. Temido - You Have Beautiful Highs
05. Paul Ritch - Spiral
06. Alex Bau - Exorbit
07. Myk Derill - Sacrifice
08. Grey People - Take it all
09. Casual Treatment - Blocage Sonique
10. Device Control - Tension
11. Luciano Lamanna - Atto Di Dolore (Positive Center Remix)
12. Telemann - Submarine Life (Povoa Remix)
Thanks For your Support Roberto Q. Ingram
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August 21, 2018 03:51 PM PDT
Hello Music Freaks, Another podcast here, chasing after your ears to listen into our guest who a major player in the underground music industry The Prince Of Dance Music eLBee BaD. Thats right on the Decisive Podcast series Special. Check out his interview and music mix with your host Roberto Q. Ingram.
More about Elbee,
30 years ago the first 12" vinyl 1988 'Just Don't Stop The Dance' The idea to produce 'a dance rhythm' not heard in dance music.
From childhood to late in teenage years L.B. was playing the drums.
Most time playing with one band consisting mainly of 2 sets of brothers.
Platinum Enterprise. (guitar) Claude & Eddy Howard (drums),
(Bass) Linwood & Lamont Booker (drums).
Having an elder bass playing brother & often playing with another drummer, taught LB to be tight & literally how to ride with or on another groove.
Excellent DJ lessons learned.
The band members were all 3 to 5 years older & when the oldest member was on way to college, his whole attitude changed, as he was taken into what we now call 'the matrix'. Entering university, preparing for adult life & the dream of playing music & making records for a life time dwindled. The dream got sucked away into societies realities. The other 2 band members followed that same basic path.
There was 'The MaD Drummer' losing his band family as each year got closer to being grown up. New York Hip Hop motion was starting up strong. The first modern day raves, block parties, school parties, 2 turntables & a mic parties were replacing bands performing 'everywhere'.
Quickly 'dj'ing' became the fascinating 'thing'.
Platinum Enterprise was performing at a well paid wedding. When the bands first set of music was finished, the dj started. The needle dropped on the vinyl & the static was loud enough to 'grab all attention'. Then it came in like the sound of a musical bomb dropping in front of your face…The hits of a snare drum & then horns smoothly flowing & the smoothest LOUDEsT clean & clear sound of madness. Kool & the Gang's live version of Summer Madness. The volume, the Bass & then, toward the end, the synthesised keyboard solo. The moment changed eL's life. The volume & bass coming out the Cerwin Vegas, which was far away from the turntables blew his mind into a musical oblivion & he knew…that's the path.
Records!! Turntables! Big speakers!!
The young teen got a summer job in which he invested in 2 turntables. That December his mother got him the mixer he was after. (Father did buy the 1st few drum sets). If one could today, imagine never seeing dj's mix. Not having any guides or rules at all. It was all new & nothing was set, & no leaders to follow.
Lots of info on sound systems, making speakers, & use of crossovers etc., were somehow the most important at the time. Probaby due to the fact that sound systems were often thrown together from multiple 'family home systems' that came with lots of watts.
Originate was the key. Tracks (beats) that no one had, was key. New & old music, different genres, nothing mattered & no one cared as long as it was hot & different/unique!
The mix & manipulation of records quickly became more important then the actual sound of the system.
& that is where DJ Bad shined like no other. His ideas on different ways of mixing were unique, & he quickly became a local fav. Building up to a radio stations (WGLI engineer to on air & then WBLS) as a mobile music jock, gave access to city wide block parties.
The band members (all but the eldest) became crucial members of the 'Super BaD Crew. Growing, they went city wide. Block parties, halls, & onto creating events with our new sound system partners, Mark Blagrove & Michael Webster, both becoming key members of what later came to be Wild Pitch parties.
Creating LaRhon Records gave reason to be at record pressing plants. Old factories, dark lighting, with the terrible smell of plastic burning. The friendly feeling in one of them, Apexeton. LB manufactured the 1st two LaRhon releases & there is where he met & befriended the owners, The Ropiak Brothers (City Limits), & the 2 coolest knowledgeable 'helping hand' guys, Silvio Tancredi (Northcott) & Frank Mendez (Nu Groove).
Bad's 2nd batch of 12's came out thru the Apexton connections. Nu Groove & City Limits lead the path. With Apexton LB started his own distribution for some records pressed there. Around the same time 'Gotta Get Some Money' dropped on Nu Groove, it was the first glimpse into a record company as a family, & how it really operated.
Touching both NY's film industry & banging music industry doors LB was laying foundations.
With the heat & action turned up high, on to the 3rd batch of 12"s being released (the 2nd Nu Groove release 'True Story of House' & Lisa Angels 'Show Me' was buzzing in clubs in & around NY) an invite to finally perform in Europe came, yet he turned it down. Nu Groove techno artists were in & out of Europe, but the House music artists seemed to stay local.
Berlin calling & BaD was not with it. 3 months and many many telephone calls later, Mark Ernestus finally convinced him to visit Berlin. 12 day trip never ended. The physical stay affair started with the mishap of a wrong return date announced (NY landing date was given/not the European flight take off, one day earlier).
Mishap after mishap. Or so it seemed. Paths. Unseen paths layed down.
synchronisation of life events become evident.
With Mark E, (Hardwax) inside a reggae record store, ''with my back turned to the door, a voice calls out my 1st name & it's not Mark'' (the only person knowing it). Turn slow & almost into shock seeing a friend from high school. Dexter Porter, time to time singer in Platinum Enterprise, & personal friend of Chaka Khan.
Together, years before, we've seen her perform & here he is, finding Lamont, in Berlin, in a reggae record store.
He had another powerful & special woman eLBee had to meet. Odella Saille.
She was the turning point to work in Europe. Offered a position in a new club as resident, & LB became assistant manager-booking agent-dj for the wonderous club called Exit. That gave him opportunity to stop trying to get home. Exit experience also gave way to building club sound systems, booking pop-ular artists (Sister Sledge/Gil Scott Heron/BG The Prince of Rap/Incognito) club management, rave operations, & months of (very little sleep) Friday to Monday basically non-stop. It also birthed the name change, as advised by an angel. Calls herself a witch, saying L.B. Bad (morphed from D.J. Bad) …''for numeric reasons should be more 'strong', than those 5 letters.''
rebirth- eLBee BaD
On births, Exit was so big (holding 3000) a chosen few of us (working there) having offices upstairs, actually had artsy apartments (downstairs) in the club…
It was in Exit, sunday to Monday morning Berlin hardcore Techno, where resident Dj Tanith dropped Smokebelch two weeks in a row as the last song. Life changer, seventeen 12's records, into the career & the 1st song to generate income, a lovely ambiental song named "New age Of Faith' (bonus track that Frank of Nu Groove did not want)…covered & reproduced by Andrew Weatherall (Sabres of Paradise).
Building up a recording studio for the 3rd time, it took a while to truly find 'his groove'.
The Berlin influence of hardcore Techno up'd his dj bpm's, yet never losing soul, the line of Tech House was crossed. Entering the 2nd record label family; DJ Hell put out a search party for 'Mr. BaD…
International DJ Gigolo. Home of professionalism & true artist care!
Never losing the Mad Drummer flavor & it shows up in complex rhythms again & again.
*Gonna Be a Great Night (LaRhon). The time arrived when producers started asking eL to voice their recordings. Often taking the artist role instead of producer, more learning was in store, just by seeing how many other producers (from across the globe) create. Dole & Kom, Slam, Savas Pascalidis, Logo, Samuel Sessions, & Basic Channel (I slept With Her But Didn't sleep With Her).
Music became more & more catorgorized & to help maintain production freedom, Mr. Bad started to add new characters to his own persona.
eLBee BaD - the voice/the dj
The Nervous DJ - hypnotic tracks
The Mad Drummer - rhythm tracks (only drums)
The Voodoo Man - tribal tracks
Mad Man in the attic - samples & loops
Dr. Spark - drum & bass/breakbeat
The Banging Man - Techno
LB GooD - will replace eLBee BaD (vocal retirement) Mr. GooD is the bad seed &
The Prince of Dance Music is the brain & heart of it.
As the internet helped change how we listen to music, that new freedom allowed for wider music variation.
Henceforth the return of Platinum Enterprise. Productions created today, with 'our band might sound like this' attitude. Giving room for more growth, the meeting of Randy Murray, former lead Trumpet player in Sun Ras Arkestra. Birth of the musical experience: 'Sun Ras Children' (Learned a lot of Jazz)
August 06, 2018 04:28 PM PDT
Its August 8th 2018, Welcome back to the Decisive Munich Exclusive. Welcome back a regular on the podcast “Deep Down Dave”. This gentleman like many other record collectors passion to search hard to find tracks, hidden gems and rarities of music is much like a satisfying addiction without remorse. Through this quest for the perfect beat has presented Dave with his own radio show called Vision Of Boom on radio80k.de where he shares his collection to a world wide audience. I briefly sat down with him to discuss his future anbitions and current affairs, listen in here, for more details.
I know Its been a while since a new podcast has been published but all for good reason and purpose. By popular demand I have decided to do something organic and exciting for all of you and that`s Decisive “live Stream Radio Show. The Radio show has the same loving spirit for excellent music and creative Dj focus. So please check the Decisive Radio Show each month on every third Friday from 8pm-11pm CET. Check us out at radio80k.de Decisive Facebook Group, mix cloud our Soundcloud page and our youtube page will be available soon.
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Peace Roberto Ingram
June 07, 2018 08:56 AM PDT
Welcome back to another Decisive Podcast Munich Exclusive with you host Roberto Q. Ingram. Today I am as always excited to promote artistic dj`s, musicians and artists to the program and today I am happy to finally have on the program my friend Kim Ramona Ranalter aka. Kim Twiddle
She does different types of music, performance and theater as you will learn during the podcast interview today. For your information Kim´s dj mix will be posted without the interview on the Decisive Soundcloud Page later this week, Check us out on our Facebook group as well but in the meantime I hope you enjoy this talented young ladies story. So lets get on with it, Enjoy!!
Music | Performance | Theatre
Kim_Twiddle [ZeitWerZ/WUT/AtelierRot] perfoms (electronic) music and live acts. Loves to play vinyl. Some may call her a dj consequently making up music with different elements of the arts. Ongoing and momentous she´s creating theater productions, performances and cultural happenings in collaborations with other players. Twiddledidooh.
CLUBS | LOCATIONS | FESTIVALS:
City Club, Rote Sonne, Harry Klein, Milla, Unter Deck, Gruam, Minna Thiel, Backstage, X-Cess, Glockenbachwerkstatt, Digital Analog Festival, Theatron Festival, Plötzlich am Meer Festival, Greenbelt Festival, Künstlerhaus Kempten, Weltraum Linz, Theater Augsburg|Osnabrück|Essen.
KRUSTY RED NOIR*** Kim_Twiddle @Decisive Podcast Munich Exclusive
01. Jakob Korn |You fill me |COCOON COMPILATION
02. Justin Berikovi |The city is mine |NIGHTRAX
03. Fjaak |Attack |50WEAPONS #039
04. Marmion |Donnacha Costello Remix |SCHÖNEBERG 2010 (Part 1)
05. Robert Hood |Alarm |M-PLANT
06. Rino Cerrone |A1 untitled |RILIS 05
07. Thomas Schumacher |Boogie down |BUSH
08. Mas20 |Material/Antimatierial |THROW
09. Soul of Men |Plastic dreams (Andrea Doria Rmx) |DISTINKT´IVE BREAKS
10. Misc. |Black box |SENDER RECORDS
11. Unknown Artist |Computers |CLONES #1
12. Decal |Giver |R.C.G. RECORDS
13. Samim feat. Big Bully |The lick (Derrick Carter Rmx) |GET PHYSICAL MUSIC
14. Eddie Richards |Dream 2 (Radio Slave Rmx) |STORM RECORDINGS
15. Quazar |House music |SUPERSTITION
16. Italoboyz |Portucais |TRAPEZ ltd. 71
17. Gary Martin |Take me like a man (Hardcore Mix) |TEKNOTIKA RECORDS
18. Pom Pom |Ruhe im Unterholz |RILLENPANZ
19. Bjoern Stolpmann |Snow on the shore |E-MINOR #03
20. Dulux Connection |Let´s beuk (Alex Flatner Rmx) |MAELSTROM RECORDS
May 31, 2018 12:38 PM PDT
Its May 31 2018 Your listening to another episode of the Decisive Podcast Series Live Special, I am your host Roberto Q. Ingram,
Thank you for listening and I hope you enjoy the program today.
Please welcome to Decisive Podcast Series Live Special # - Ivan Komlinovic, I want to begin by saying I totally appreciate him taking the time to share with us his music and a little bit about him on a personal level.
I want for everyone to listen in to your live recording but before we get to that I would love for our listeners to know more about the man behind this music.
First of all People should know Ivan Komlinovic is not new to the game of making music, he started back in the 90’s djing and lately he is spending a lot of time perfecting his Live performances.
Ivan I thank you again for taking the time to do this interview with me today.
Now that we have gotten an insight on what fuels Mr. Ivan Komlinovic and what keeps him motivated in the underground music scene. Without further due you are tuned in to The Decisive Podcast Series Live Special# 47.