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Electronic Music Bears
EMB 130 - Billy Pfeiffer
Drum and Bass
Billy Pfeiffer - NYC
The Urban Bear - Pfat Beats
DJ Billy Pfeiffer has been a long time contributor to Electronic Muscle Bears and while his first love is house, he’s put together some new drum and bass for this edition. Billy began mixing records during the heyday of Chicago House in the late 80's. A fixture in NYC since the early 90's, Billy currently throws his occasional Body Rock party as well as DJ's the legendary Sunday Beer Blast at Rockbar NYC.
"Flow", Integration Now
"Elevate this Sound", Calyx/Teebee
"One Starry Night", Chinensis
"Forget", Mutt & Generic feat. Kevin King
"The Gift", SpectraSoul
"Have a Ball", Dekoi
"A Perfect Place", Illusive Minds
"Sign", Collective Unconscious
"After Hours", Oak
"Sirene Noir", Darkhalo
EMB 129 - Lady Blacktronika
In 1997 she hooked up with dj friend Mattski who gave her first taste of music production doing vocals on numerous unreleased house tracks with him. Frustrated with "the boys not letting [her] play with their toys" she began trying her hand at house music and techno production in 2006, producing Beatdown tracks inspired by such Detroit greats as Theo Parrish, Moodymann, and Norma Jean Bell.
In early '07 Mike Huckaby discovered her on Myspace. He introduced her to a global audience on a Detroit radio broadcast. She released her first single shortly there after on Deep Explorer in September of '07.
She infuses experiences from her past in gritty street life while bringing a woman's sensitivity and emotion to the Beatdown genre and Chicago influenced House music.
EMB 128 - Da Bassbreaker
Da Bassbreaker - New York
A Frenchman who recently immigrated to the United States, Arnaud aka "Da Bassbreaker" was born in the 70s and raised to the sounds of Moroder and Jarre. So when house, techno, new beat invaded the European underground dance scene in the early 90s, he naturally joined the movement. Inspired by pioneers like DJ Laurent Garnier or Derrick May who followed all the ramifications electronic music was creating, Da Bassbreaker has remained committed to embrace the whole spectrum of electronic and dance music, regardless of tags and genres. His mixes often blend deep house into noisy techno, a sort of métissage culturel between Chicago, Detroit, Berlin, London, New York and Paris.
Jorge Velez - Untitled 4
Subway - Satellites
Truss - Ganymede (Perc Dub Mix)
Bas Mooy - Odd Rok (Pfirter Remix)
Sigha - Puritan
DBX - Losing Control
Truncate - Modify
Robert Hood - Master Builder
A. Mochi - C2M (Gary Beck Remix)
Dadub - Life (Rrose Remix)
Secret Cinema & Peter Horrevorts - Ana Bola
Go Hiyama - Personal (Original Mix)
Greg Gow - Black Sun
Kevin McPhee - Pumpkin
Blawan - Why They Hide Their Bodies Under My Garage
Ege Bam Yasi - Sponge
DJ Hell - Allerseelen (Jeff Mills Remix)
Juantrip - Shadows
EMB 127 - Chipmint
Chipmint - San Francisco
DJ ChipMint - Nomad. Dancer. Lover. After hearing "Tardy for the Party" by Kim Zolciak for the first time, DJ ChipMint (Kevin O'Connor) realized that literally anyone can do this shit if they put in the effort. While he (she?) didn't have a childhood, ChipMint has always eaten music.
Whether you are getting down to his dark grooves at his Summer party in Ptown, or popping your panties out at one of his off-season encounters, he just wants to see you dance. Making noise for himself as a DJ, with music production in the works, this silly man will blow your brains out all over the dance floor, and he thanks plenty of gods that he doesn't have to clean it up.
ChipMint can be seen giging his brains out in San Francisco (Oh!, BCW, Stank, etc.) this Winter and Spring and in Provincetown in the Summer, with forays to LA, Toronto (Shout out to Cub Camp!), and NYC imminent, and many other destinations in the works! Keep up with him on his Facebook page. Go on, friend him, it might hurt, but you like that sort of thing probably.
EMB 126 - Wes Baggaley
House & Techno
Wes Baggaley - London, UK
Wes started collecting music at a very young age. He got his first record player when he was six years old and started collecting ex jukebox 7” singles with his 50p a week pocket money.
After a brief flirtation with thrash metal he started to frequent the legendary Wigan Pier in his home town of Wigan in 1991 (he was underage I might add!). It was all rave and piano house at the Pier back then and he was bitten by the rave bug. In 1995 he went to Back to Basics in Leeds for a friend’s birthday. Some dj he’d never heard of called Derrick Carter was playing. He was playing proper house music, techno and disco mixed together. Wes hadn’t heard anyone dj this was before and soon started to obsessively try to get to every Derrick Carter gig in the UK and discovered other djs like playing different kinds of electronic dance music and started to track down the names of the tracks and collect mix tapes and 12” singles.
Wes finally bought a pair of Technics 1210’s and a mixer in 2010. He now lived in Manchester and had built up quite a collection of vinyl from hanging around the record shops of Oldham Street on a daily basis.
He got his first gig in September 2001 (1 week after buying the decks)at the newly opened (and now sadly closed) Legends Nightclub. After a drunken conversation with the manager on a Friday night (that Wes couldn’t remember) he got a phone call on the Saturday asking him to play that night. Wes wasn’t going to let the small detail of not being able to mix get in the way. He must have done something right because he became the weekly resident for the next four years where he developed his mixing skills and his style of deep house, techno and whatever else he felt like playing J. He played got booked for various other gigs in Manchester at the Attic, Paradise Factory, the Deaf Institute and became a resident for the monthly Terrorist night before moving to London in 2010.
Since moving to London Wes has played at Megawoof, Dalston Boys Club, Area, Union and has a quarterly residency at Vogue Fabrics and is a resident at the Recon Parties. He has also been a guest on Proton Radio.
Lee Gamble – M25 Echo
Lucy – Finnegan
Anthony Naples – Slackness
Boddika – Soul What (Beats Mix)
Paranoid London – Paris Dub 1
Tripeo – 2nd Trip
Delroy Edwards – Feelings
Mike Huckaby – Basement Track
Tuff City Kids – SFS
Omar s – 998
Chez Damier – Untitled
Sound Stream – Inferno
Italo Johnson – 3A
Serge & Tyrell – Pump-O-Matic
Arttu Feat. Jerry the Cat – Move (Cellar Mix)
Willie Burns – The Overlord
George Fitzgerald – Every Inch (Deetron Remix)
Schweiz Rec – Untitled
Delano Smith – Midnight Hours (Reconstructed By Carl Craig)
Martin Landsky – 1000 Miles (Laurent Garnier Mix)
Steve Poindexter – Computer Madness (Function Remix)
Innerspace Halflife – Wind
Bad News – Real Bad News
Marquis Hawkes – Sea Lion Woman
Da Sampla – Over
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