I should have posted this set five months ago, when it was recorded - but I didn't. Did the suspense keep you riveted at the edge of your seat? No, perhaps not. But hopefully I can "rivet you in your seat" while listening to this mix!
The set is from Spaced Out Radio - Thorian Maxwell's thunderchild on WMUA Friday nights. It was recorded in September of 2011 and features mainly Italo disco. We start with bit of banter, criticizing another radio personality's classification of electronic music as "bloodless". But do not worry, when Harry Thumann kicks in, you know we have put the pedal to the metal, so to speak.
I have been summoned yet again to join him in his journey through the universe. Spaced Out Radio - now on Fridays from 10pm-midnight on WMUA 91.1FM - will host this special guest set at some time in the future, but now it can be yours to listen and to live by. Otto Fritz is spacin' out, and you will be lost in music.
Sample below, link to full download at the bottom.
Nyan cat is everywhere now, even in the show. But do not fear - I am not hacked (although skinny white boys are always trying to get past my firewall...). This image is the concept-in-motion of J.R. Barker. Check out the site for a view of his back cover.
Tonight's show comes in two parts, much like a forlorn lover with a chainsaw. The first part - Nyan Cat is mostly recent electro and house (with some exceptions). The second part - Tac Nayn is the evil twin; all italo and boogie.
Woof, Roar, Raaaaaw! The time is almost here for a very exciting weekend in NYC, with both the Twelves and Simian Mobile Disco coming to perform. (Although SMD will make only a DJ set, and not live synth playing)
I am most pumped, and therefore have made a set with much Twelves and Simian Mobile Disco. Also, there is other great music! I am sure you will enjoy this one. Ausgezeichnet!
Ooooh that was rough! Perhaps it is best not to drink and drive.
This set, oh yes. Very nice. We have a little boogie, a little electro, and some 90's house music complete with the over use of synth-organs and soulful black female singers. You could ask for nothing more... OK, fine, we will end with Daft Punk!