• Playlist 06.02.2009 Odin Hour 21.00 - 1.00 auf Neurobeat Radio

    Fev 6 2009, 23h40 por odin242

    1. Wenn es sein muss - dann aber sofort (0:37)
    2. Midge Ure - If I Was (Extended) (6:43)
    3. Index - Static Sky (4:56)
    4. The Legendary Pink Dots - I Love You In Your Tragic Beauty (4:31)
    5. Amanda Lear - Enigma (4:03)
    6. Netzwerk - Robotronic (Club Mix) (5:44)
    7. Cold Fusion - Report Part II (4:36)
    8. Split Mirrors - The Right Time (3:19)
    9. Jäger 90 - Neue Republik (2:54)
    10. Lord Hostile - Kings (5:37)
    11. Decades - Motorcycle Ride (4:02)
    12. Tyske Ludder - Monotonie (Suttercaine-Remix) (4:45)
    13. P.A.L. - T.A.E (5:28)
    14. Thyrfing - Griftefrid (5:22)
    15. E-Craft - I Want to Go Away (Remix) (5:34)
    16. Front 242 - With Your Cries (Cries For Dark Side Mix) (5:39)
    17. welle erdball - Ich Bin Aus Plastik (Oral) (3:05)
    18. PIG - Momentous Lamertous (4:50)
    19. The Second Sight - Down (4:29)
    20. Greater Than One - Kunst Gleich Kapital (4:50)
    21. Mark Nicholas - Coming Clean (3:35)
    22. Prager Handgriff - Burn My Mind (Luder-Mix) (4:06)
  • Dear Journal,

    Fev 28 2008, 3h20 por DirtyElectronic

    I like Futurepop and Synthpop, but I've never felt like the other kids.

    My Synthpop roots are in a lighter place. You know, an Erasure-and-Yaz-first-then-worked-my-way-over-to-the-"dark"-stuff-like-Depeche Mode-and-NIN place. I've never gone seriously past Depeche into the Euro-similars or clones, at least not much further than a band like And One. I've never gone seriously past NIN to the heavier industrial stuff unless you're counting brushes with Nitzer Ebb. Bottom line: I just like pop music with unique lyrics and really kick ass synthesizer sounds and cool drum machines.

    So when I started making and releasing music of my own, I really didn't understand that everyone wasn't in the same boat. I figured that fans of Erasure and Depeche Mode were rapant, they were all like me, and they'd gobble up my tunes because they were born of the same basic stuff. But it wasn't exactly true. People's tastes are insanely diverse, and fans of one band are rarely fans of the next. …