I have always loved electronic & ambient music but at the end of the 1990s I had lost interest in berlin style electronics and mostly listened to straight ambient. But with the emergence of glitch, and it's use of complicated beats, noise and samples, I found a new rhythmic electronic music to dive into.
The biggest purveyor of glitch music back then was the Mille Plateaux label. With their Click & Cuts series they introduced me to a whole new range of sound in music. There is definitely a lot of music from that time period that, while interesting, could become annoying as well. I'm not a fan of loud and aggressive glitch. I definitely am more in tune with the sort of stuff put out by 12k.
Over time I grew tired of much of the glitch scene and the never ending little pops & clicks & wee little sounds intruding on the music. Although I still enjoy much of 12k music.
Recently I was organizing some of my collection & revisited some old glitch material. I found that I am still very fond of some of it. I started collecting tracks for this mix and was surprised at how much I enjoyed it.
So this mix is a little step back in time to the early 2000s. A small glitch in the passing of time to when glitch ruled, for me anyway.
Btw, I made the clock gif myself! Woo hoo! Can't wait to try more.
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T R A C K L I S T :
- 00:00 Arovane - Tides (2000)
- 04:45 Carpet Musics - Phone Lines (2001)
- 08:24 Clickits - No Clickedy (2003)
- 11:35 Xela - Impulsive Behavior (2002)
- 15:30 offthesky - Down the Stream (2005)
- 20:50 Shuttle358 - I'm Not Afraid (2003)
- 25:05 Twerk - From Brown to Green (2003)
- 29:55 Jan Jelinek - Facelift (2003)
- 34:55 Bexar Bexar - Kt (2002)
- 38:30 Christopher Willits - The Seaweed Machine (2003)
- 40:45 Christian Kleine - Several (2002)
- 47:15 Arovane - Ambelio (1999)
- 52:20 Shuttle358 - Calty (2000)
- 57:11 end