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Fake Blood x Glenjamn

Glenjamn captured Fake Blood’s magic with his Ninja Vid skills. Fake Blood is using 2 CDJ’s and Serato, quite an impressive DJ setup for one man. His little live edit of Tiga’s Mind Dimension is great which segues into his own edit of Soulwax’s version of Daft Punk’s Teachers. He cuts up the syllables in Teachers to “say” Fake Blood like he does in all his remixes/edits. So great. I can’t wait to hear more of Fake Blood in 2009, I can’t believe I just got into him these past few weeks. Better now then never.

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Zombie Nation – Forza

Zombie Nation “Forza”
+ remixes by Housmeister and Fukkk Offf
(release Nov. 10th on UKW records)

Erol Alkan: “it´s fuckin big”
David Dewaele/Soulwax: “electronic track of the year”
Isi/Digitalism: “this track is fucking awesome”

[audio:http://diestruktur.com/asianmandan/music/Oct%202008/ZZT%20-%20The%20Worm%20(Erol%20Alkan%20Extended%20Rework).mp3]
ZZT – The Worm (Erol Alkan Extended Rework)

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“Every time I look into your eyes I see the future”

For all you Torontonians, this Thursday October 23, 2 Many DJ’s, Tiga, The Cool Kids, VNDLSM, Mario J and Nasty Nav will be killing it at the Toronto Island Airport as part of Fido’s Jet Session, a pretty crazy venue for a FREE show. Just text JET to 10987 and you are into the show.

Unfortunately I am stuck in Uhmericuh and will not be attending (But I will be seeing Soulwax/2 Many DJ’s and Late of the Pier on Fri in NYC). So everyone go for me and spread the Asian Dan love.

Here is a radio rip of Tiga’s latest track “The Future Mindimension” . This sounds so 90s UK Rave everything from the 303 basslines, 808 and 909 drum samples and the ridiculous vocal sample. I love it and am excited for his album.

[audio:http://diestruktur.com/asianmandan/music/Oct%202008/Tiga%20-%20The%20Future%20Mindimension.mp3]
Tiga – The Future Mindimension (Radio Rip)

Cheers, LA Friendly

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2 Many DJ’s drop, Tiga – Mind Dimension

Cheers, Baked Not Fried

After watching Part of the Weekend Never Dies numerous times, I realized that I love anything involving the Dewaele Brothers. Tiga has been a longtime collaborator and I am very excited for his new material.

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