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Dead Radio moves to NSB Radio starting this Saturday!


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Saturdays on NSB Radio just got a little more hypnotic.

Dead Radio has moved to the award winning www.nsbradio.co.uk!

Starting this Saturday from 9-11 pm GMT (4-6 pm EST), Dead Famous moves to the breakspoll winning www.nsbradio.co.uk for a bi-weekly romp through all the same acid drenched techy and psy beats and breaks, only expect a smidge more house and techno now as well. Same time, just different station. And it should be noted that we are following the magnificent Slackers Convention show (which is co-hosted by Dead Famous’s own – LuQas), until November 21, at which point we’ll be following one of the hottest rising dj’s in the psybreaks scene - Quextal - so tune in early!

This 4 hour block of awesomeness starts at 2 pm EST (7 pm GMT) with Slackers / Quextal, and then 2 hours later with Dead Radio.

Don't forget to pop into the chatroom and say hi!

TUNE IN!

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Tommorrow's Show - Perpetual Present!

look for the first hour from Daniella Downs and the second hour a slammin guest mix from rising star in the breakbeat world - Perpetual Present

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Neil Gray (aka Perpetual Present) - English producer, DJ and performer for a variety of electronic music genres. Influences come from a wide spectrum of styles and eras but generally the louder, fatter and funkier the better.

Making noises and experimenting with recording techniques since the mid 90s, Neil formed several bands in his misspent youth, playing either guitar, bass or drums. After graduating Electronics & Music Tech from York University in 2005 and discovering the delights of digital broken beats, he went on to help shape the direction of young label Acidphonic records.

Debut release 'Discoteca' in 2007 gained some underground support and recognition and demonstrated the progressive tech-funk breakbeat sound that is now associated with the label. The aim was simple; to provide some unique, chunky, dirty beats and bass for the modern dancefloor and beyond.

Support in the scene has grown steadily, charting no2 on trackitdown & Djdownload with 'Red Light On' and achieving a no1 spot with 'Girls & Devices' earlier this year. With Dj support from Plump Djs, General midi, Leeroy Thornhill, Ils, James Zabelia, Hexadecimal, BSD, Kultur, Toni Jarvis, expect to hear plenty of fresh tunes and remixes in the coming months.

Visit the acidphonic records website for more tunes, info, downloads etc - www.acidphonic.co.uk

http://www.myspace.com/perpetualpresent

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11/7 Archives

Dead Radio - 11.7.09 Archive

fyi - it's 96kb. will be 128 going forward - and mind the volume change in the first few minutes. getting acclimated to a new station and all that. it wont be an issue from now on.

1. glitter - thai [nuuktal digital]

2. direct input - eddie's money [level seven]

3. rex - alternate reality (introspective mix) [sinister]

4. lee coombs - detox (burufunk mix) [lot 49]

5. breakzhead - cheers, mate [unsigned]

6. access denied - one more time (stephen cole mix) [kdb]

7. jurassik - operator (left / right mix) [sound of habib]

8. mike hulme - 100mg (stupid fresh mix) [u&a]

9. mojo filter ft. jefferson airplane - white rabbit (anarchy rice bootleg) [unsigned]

10. bryan kearny presents the roecorder - chicky burger [prehab]

11. sam hell - logjammin (kickflip mix) [mofo]

12. unknown - 4chan angel [unsigned]

13. breaking news/quadrat beat vs. madison avenue - rush hour baby (dj nysus mashup) [subtribe / unsigned]

14. kid digital - critical systems [ibwt]

15. connectivers - exteshic (mars mix) [bass reflections]

16. new order - crystal (line of sight mix) [unsigned]

17. jurassik - like this (llupa mix) [yellowfinger]

18. leuce rhythms - this will roll (torqux mix) [chipsound]

19. shakedown - at night (beatshaker mix) [unsigned]

20. jokr - on point (myagi mix) [dusted breaks]

21. ahmed abdel al kadeer - yeah yeah (kultur mix) [logico beatz]

22. robosapiens - bodies (hedflux mix) [dead famous]

23. utah saints - something good '08 (farace edit) [unsigned]

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