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Do you want to listen to a 2-hour DJ mix by Thom Yorke and Nigel Goodrich (of Radiohead and Atoms for Peace)? Of course you do. posted by schmod (16 comments total) 34 users marked this as a favorite
posted by Foci for Analysis at 5:07 PM on February 1, 2014 [1 favorite]

Kind of? Thom Yorke's boiler room DJ set was atrocious and I've been shell-shocked ever since.
posted by phyllary at 5:47 PM on February 1, 2014 [1 favorite]

How did you know I had to work late tonight? Many thanks, indeed.
posted by kilozerocharliealphawhiskey at 5:50 PM on February 1, 2014

It's Godrich.
posted by John Cohen at 5:58 PM on February 1, 2014 [2 favorites]

How could you not call it Radio Radiohead?
posted by Devils Rancher at 6:53 PM on February 1, 2014

October. Mike. Golf.

Downloaded for future listening purposes.
posted by PROD_TPSL at 7:41 PM on February 1, 2014

Since folks in here might be interested, here's a recent podcast by Dave Harrington of Darkside that's also quite good.
posted by Going To Maine at 8:09 PM on February 1, 2014 [6 favorites]

DJ mixes are so passe. - seriously does anyone care about them anymore?
posted by mary8nne at 3:10 AM on February 2, 2014

Often the 'Office Charts' from Dead Air Space are very good too.
posted by ElliotH at 4:29 AM on February 2, 2014 [1 favorite]

DJ mixes are so passe. - seriously does anyone care about them anymore?

Speaking for me, I care about them when they get some outside comment -by someone on MetaFilter, by Pitchfork, get featured as RA's mix of the day or on their list of top 30 compilations for 2013, or something else- or are by an artist that I know (Four Tet). This was true before the web too, I suppose, but certainly the ubiquity of podcasts dedicated to mixes has made the world feel more saturated than ever. The real question is whether or not a mix series like Fabriclive, DJ-Kicks, or Balance matter anymore. That's a harder question. As someone who both likes the curatorial imprimatur of a label and spending money on dumb things, I'd say yes - but that's me, and I still purchase precious few mix CDs.
posted by Going To Maine at 7:29 AM on February 2, 2014 [3 favorites]

Lemme guess - its just a two hour Red Hot Chili Peppers megamix.
posted by item at 3:55 PM on February 2

Guess again.
posted by Decani at 10:40 AM on February 2, 2014 [1 favorite]

Or instead of guessing you could have clicked on the fine link and found it yourself.

Soundcloud is having problems right now or else that track has been pulled, but I happen to have a copy of the tracklist so I'm going to post it here.

1. Chris Clark - The Pining Pt. 1 [Warp]
2. Doom & Thom Yorke/Jonny Greenwood - R Fren [Lex Records]
3. Luke Abbott - Brazil [Border Community]
4. Thom Yorke/Jonny Greenwood - Feeling Pulled Apart By Horses [_xurbia_xendless]
5. Redshape - Man Out Of Time (Major Space Dub) [Present Recordings]
6. Kuodede - Golf [Taxila]
7. Colleen Et Les Boites a Musique - Bicycle Bells [Leaf]
8. Shed - Day After [50 Weapons]
9. Thom Yorke - The Twist (Unfinished Section B)
10. Thom Yorke - Has Been
11. Macel Dettman - Ellipse [50 Weapons]
12. Luke Abbott - Modern Driveway [Border Community]
13. Radiohead - Give Up The Ghost (Thriller House Ghost Mix) [Ticker Tape]
14. Thom Yorke - Harrowdown Hill (C90 Mix)
15. Radiohead - The Gloaming
16. Boys Noize - Kill The Kid [Boysnoize]
17. Other Lives - Tamer Animals (Atoms For Peace Remix) [50 Weapons]
18. Radiohead - Harmonics Loop
19. Bad Autopsy - Ginmixer [Ramp]
20. Phon.o - Fukushima [50 Weapons]
21. Adolfo Coelho - Socana N'gam [Lusafrica]
22. Trim & Riko - Trousers
23. Apostrophi - Average Joe
24. Mr. Oizo - Stunt [Ed Banger Records]
25. Throwing Snow & Louis Vines - Too Polite [Local Action]
26. Steve Reich - It's Gonna Rain Pt. 1 (1965) [Nonesuch]
27. DJ Tre - Ping Pong Track [Skratch-A-Trak]
28. Aphex Twin - Cilonen [Rephlex]
29. DJ Slugo - Juke Me From The Back Low
30. Thom Yorke - The Drunkk Machine [XL]
31. Firefox & Glamour - Check Da Skills [Gold Philly Blunt Records]
32. Thom Yorke - The Hollow Earth [_xurbia_xendless]
33. Macc & DgoHn - Forget Stuff [Rephlex]
34. Wishmountain - Walkman [Antiphon]
35. Oneohtrix Point Never - I Only Have Eyes For You
36. Alex Cortex - Huyendo [Klang Elektronik]
37. Radiohead - Bloom (Jamie XX Club Remix) [_xurbia_xendless]
38. Abu Sultan - Your Love Made My Head Hurt [Sham Palace]
39. Diplo & Blaqstarr - Get Off (Rob 3 Remix) [Mad Decent]
posted by Nelson at 11:09 AM on February 2, 2014 [2 favorites]

I LOVE remixes. Cover everything. Everything is a remix. Allow me to enjoy my favorite things in whole new ways.
posted by Monkey0nCrack at 12:15 PM on February 2, 2014 [1 favorite]

Yes. Sweet. Thanks.
posted by Lutoslawski at 11:37 AM on February 3, 2014

mary8nne: DJ mixes are so passe. - seriously does anyone care about them anymore?

Albums are so last decade. Does anyone buy albums anymore? And radio stations, aren't those all dead, too? Isn't the individual song the only stable format these days?

Music is made, shared and presented in various ways. As Going To Maine noted upthread, it can feel like the internet has reached saturation for mixes (or podcasts, mixtapes, whatnot), but the mixer can still lend something to the mix that makes it more than a sequence of good songs. A good mixer, and a good mix, take you on a journey of sorts, sometimes covering paths you already know, other times showing you wholly new worlds. And if you're lucky, you can see new views on the same old paths, by hearing a song paired up in a creative way, adeptly mixed live into other sounds and songs. Because of that, you can't even judge a mix by its tracklist. Will the host play the whole song, or only sample the bridge? Or find some funky nugget that you ignored because the lyrics always get the main attention in the track?

You'll find that certain DJs or mixers (for those who don't jockey discs, but produce their magic in the controllable "studio" setting) are worth following, but often it's easier to let other more dedicated fans sift through the linear years of music that are presented in new mixes every day.

I'm only 20 minutes into this mix, and good damn is it fun! Thanks for sharing this. They even do a good job mixing in that damned Essential Mix watermark at about 18 minutes in!
posted by filthy light thief at 12:21 PM on February 3, 2014

I've listened to this a couple of times and it's pretty good. I like the electro/glitchy parts best. I confess the Retarded Fren rap at the start put me off but most of the music isn't like that at all.
posted by Nelson at 2:00 PM on February 4, 2014

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