May 10, 2005

Today’s podcast: Nate DeYoung’s Takka Takka connects the dots between Roy Lichtenstein and Ricardo Villalobos and ends up with dance music from pop to micro.

Tracklist
[Intro: John Lotas Productions - Sound Effects] [buy]
01: Unknown - Unknown (Hidden Track from Kitsune X) [buy]
02: Monne Automne - Mago [buy]
03: Juliet - Avalon (Fuck Me I’m Famous Mix) [buy]
04: Marlow featuring Delhia - Quiet [buy]
05: Bill Withers - Harlem [buy]
06: Captain Comatose - To My Song [buy]

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Nate DeYoung | 8:00 am

2 Responses to “Stycast #017: Takka Takka 002”
  1. Ryan Says:

    That first track isn’t completely unidentifiable- it’s called “Morse Code From the Cold War,” and whoever made it (probably one of the artists on Kitsune X) used the pseudonym Dieter Schmidt.

  2. nate deyoung Says:

    rock (or DAHNCE)! thank you for clearing that up.

 
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