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rouchos @ GrooveTech EP 23 - April 10 2018

April 16th

Mixcloud

I’ve collected vinyl off-and-on since I was 15-years-old, and obsessively since I was about 18. Although digital technology has made it easier for people to acquire and carry thousands of songs around in a tiny music player, I still remain attached to physical music recordings – vinyl records. The medium puts emphasis on the roots of DJ culture; one mixer, two turntables and your record collection. I see my record collection less as a collection of objects that I prize and more as a set of knowledge that I’ve acquired. Anyone can push a “sync” button. But there’s no substitute for learning to mix vinyl.

Hey, since you are here, leave a comment. I would love to hear from you. Or send me a tweet at www.twitter.com/djrouchos Visit my website for upcoming events, gigs and podcasts. HYPERLINK "www.rouchos.com/"www.rouchos.com

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I’ve collected vinyl off-and-on since I was 15-years-old, and obsessively since I was about 18. Although digital technology has made it easier for people to acquire and carry thousands of songs around in a tiny music player, I still remain attached to physical music recordings – vinyl records. The medium puts emphasis on the roots of DJ culture; one mixer, two turntables and your record collection. I see my record collection less as a collection of objects that I prize and more as a set of knowledge that I’ve acquired. Anyone can push a “sync” button. But there’s no substitute for learning to mix vinyl.

But, that’s just one man’s opinion.

I encourage you to follow CTRLROOM on their main channels. I have posted links to them below. Just liking and sharing this content helps us increase our reach so make sure to tell your friends on Social Media about us!

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If you found any pleasure in the content CTRLROOM or GROOVETECH provides, I encourage you to consider contributing to our Patreon account. HYPERLINK "Www.patreon.com/ctrlroom"Www.patreon.c…

Any donations collected will go towards covering our costs – rent, internet, web hosting and rewarding our community of DJs – and our fans.

The next show goes live at 8pm on the 8th of May 2018 via www.ctrlroom.ca and will be archived on Youtube and Chew TV after that. For more Techno DJ Sets, follow me on mixcloud. HYPERLINK "mixcloud.com/rouchos"https://….

Armitage – Consume
Tallmen 785 – Stead Fast
Marco Effe – Phase Meter
Border One – Bittersharp
Chevel – Harsh Times
Randomer and Cadans – Angry Fiddle
Emmanuel – Logic Instance
Progression – The Coriopolis Effect
Diego Amura – Euphasia (Setoac Mass Remix)
James Oak – Pressure Zone
JLG – Inception
Private Press – Early Nineties
Andre Kronert – Exile
Stef Menesidis – Cyborg
David Carretta – Vicious Game 2018
Ben Buitendijk – Transistor
Alden Tyrell – Vorm Variaties 4
Cleric – Plunge
Rumah – Olsen
Floorplan – Phobia
Mark Broom – Afterlife
Charles Green – RDT#2
DJ Deep – Stressed
Paul Mac – Off a Cliff
Dimi Angelis – Glow
Raondomer and Perc – Flooring
DJ Hell – Hot In The Heels Of Love (Dave Clarke Remix)
Turbo Turbo – Roarr
Pacou – Inbox
K'Alexi Shelby – That Old Chicago (Ben Sims JFF Edit)
Adryiano – Move it
Oli Furness – Tension
Truncate – Wrktrx 2
Josh Wink – Are You There? (Ben Klock Remix)
Andrei Morant – Miles
Aiken – Inductive
Takaki Itoh – Anagrammer
Subjected – Black Charm
Opuswerk – RF Thruster
Stare5 – Void Swimmer
Kastil – Warning
Dying and Barakat – Destino
TRP – Things Won't Change
Skee Mask – Routine

Before I go, I do suggest you support the artists whose music I weave together, by buying their music directly – all of my mixes have full track listings so you can support the artists by purchasing the tracks individually – you can listen & purchase tracks directly on Mixcloud or Juno Download.

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@DJRouchos latest mix delivers a delicious Techno treat. This all vinyl DJ set blends originals and remixes by Takaki Itoh, Stef Menesidis, David Carretta, Stare5, James Oak, TRP and more. If you like twisted, relentless Techno beats, check this mix out now! #Techno #DJSets #DJMixes #Vinyl

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