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Atlantis Audio Archive Liquidation

2013-02-24T23:08:25.419-05:00

I am in the process of consolidating my music collection. I have been listing lots of vinyl, CDs, cassettes and videos on my Discogs page as well as periodically marking down items every few months. There are almost 1,5000 titles currently for sale!

Some items that appeared in this blog have also been listed for sale if anyone wants to own physical copies and not just mp3 rips.

Most of what I have listed on Discogs are the cheapest copies available, or at least the cheapest in the US.

I will entertain offers for bulk orders. Check it out...

http://www.discogs.com/seller/AtlantisAudioArchive




Expired Links Updated

2013-02-24T16:34:35.976-05:00

With a few exceptions, all expired links have been updated. The privacy settings have also been updated to allow all files to be downloaded.  There are still a few files where I need to find the original zips.

If anyone finds any broken or missing links, please leave a comment here and I will try to fix it ASAP.





Turkish Mix 2011

2012-02-03T00:18:31.536-05:00

Here is another file I've intended to post for a while...Last year, my wife and I visited Istanbul, so I had the opportunity to visit several record stores. This is a mix I made from some of the 60's & 70's Turkish records I picked up. Some of these songs have appeared in reissues while others may be lesser known.I am really looking forward to visiting Istanbul again later this year and I hope to mix up a second volume, although I also picked up many Turkish 45's that didn't make this mix, so perhaps a second volume is in order before our next trip.It is hard to find good tracks that haven't been reissued so much already, especially on vinyl in good condition. It is really hard to find clean records from this era in Turkey. Listening to this mix with headphones will probably expose some of the poorer quality records I managed to find.I also want to thank my wife Sema for helping me navigate around Istanbul and find these stores as well as providing translation and additional information for this post.1. Erkin Koray : Çiçek Dağı (Mountain of Flowers) - The first of two Koray tracks I used in this mix. This is one of his more popular earlier rock singles. The cheering at the beginning seems to be unique to the 45 version. I've heard this a few other places without it. Per Wikipedia, this song was originally performed at the Altin Mikrofon (Golden Microphone) contest in 1968, finishing in fourth place - T.P.A.O. Batman Orkestras - 'Meselidir Enginde Dalar' won the title that year.2. Mavi Işıklar : Iyi Düşün Taşın (For Your Information) - Mavi Işıklar translates to 'Blue Lights'. This track is a cover version originally performed by the Lebanese group The Cedars. The drummer, Ayzer Danga, played with Moğollar from 1971 - 1974 who appear in other tracks here.3. Fen Lisesi : Bad Times Come Again No More - This recording is from a Turkish high school band taking part in a music competition sponsored by the newspaper Milliyet in 1968. It was common for newspapers to sponsor these types of contests and then release the music on a 45. Fen Lisesi is the name of the high school the band represented for light Western music, which is how pop music of the day was categorized.4. Erkin Koray : Cümbür Cemaat - This song recently appeared on a Erkin Koray singles & rarities collection released by Sublime Frequencies. Unlike many other Koray LP reissues in the last several years, this has the distinction of being an authorized/legitimate release.5. Fikret Kızılok : Gün Ola, Devran Döne - First of two by Fikret Kızılok who originally wrote this song for a play which was never staged.6. Ersen : Garip Gönlüm (My Lonely Heart) - One of two Ersen tracks in the mix. The excellent Finder's Keepers label released an LP/CD collection of Ersen material a few years back. This is the B-side track of a 1972 single which is housed in a sleeve similar looking to Elton John's - 'Madman Across the Water' LP. Moğollar was the backing band. Ersen's popularity in Turkey declined after the late 70's amid the political turmoil taking place. Singers like Cem Karaca & Selda were vocal about their support for the left and suffered arrest & exile for it while Ersen sided with the right, a decision that likely led to the decline in appreciation for his music.7. Fikret Kızılok : Köroğlu Dağlari (Köroğlu Mountains) - The second track by Fikret Kızılok. After the Beatles introduced the sitar to western rock music, Fikret Kızılok brought the sitar to Turkey. This song is the first Turkish record to feature a sitar.8. Edip Akbayram & Dostlar : Dağlar Dağladi Beni (The Mountains Wound Me) - This is the B-side of a 1974 single. Edip is another of the better known Anatolian rock singers, who often re-recorded Türkü songs with a contemporary Anatolian rock sound.9. Bariş Manço : Işte Hendek Işte Deve (Here is the Camel, Here is the Ditch) - It was hard to put only one Manço track considering I picked up[...]



Sympathy Nervous - No More Expo (Negative Emission NE-1002T)

2012-01-31T17:42:14.969-05:00

(image) This is the second cassette by Sympathy Nervous on the Negative Emission label. After posting the previous cassette, It's Second Coming, I was made aware that the music was the same as the Mutant Sounds posting of 'No More Expo'. So, it seems the actual 'No More Expo' hasn't been posted online before.

In my previous post, I mentioned that 'No More Expo' seemed to have a thinner sound from using updated equipment. Maybe this is a result of going from analog to digital equipment? Without knowing the equipment used on this and 'It's Second Coming', it is only speculation.

However, what this may lack from earlier work is compensated with more texture and sophistication in programming. There is a lot more going on in these tracks, and at times, the ideas are very similar, especially the use of gated vocals and guitar.

I do not know the actual release date of this, but it is likely from the early to mid 80's. Assuming it is mid-80's or earlier, it still sounds like a lot of music that would be released years later. The music here doesn't fit the minimal dirty electro/techno of 'It's Second Coming', but it does resemble dark wave/synth/IDM. If this had been released on vinyl or CD originally, I could easily imagine hearing many of these tracks in industrial dance clubs of the mid/late 80's/early 90's.

In 1993, Sympathy Nervous & Negative Emission released a CD titled 'Tracks' (NE-C001). This CD features many of the tracks on the 'No More Expo' cassette in this post. I've heard that these are re-recorded versions from 'No More Expo' , but I can't confirm this. I found a copy of the 'Tracks' CD to download online. I listened to the samples but it is hard to tell what, if anything, is different due to the sound quality of the samples. There are three tracks on this cassette that don't appear to be on the 'Tracks' CD: Heart of the Sun, Pale Port, Spirit of the Bomb.

Some of the tracks segue into each other, so I've left them combined. Track A3 is A3-A6, and track B3 is B3 & B4 combined.

Tracklist:
A1 - No More Expo
A2 - Music of the S.N. Phase-1
A3 - Lace Master
A4 - Unicostume
A5 - Khaki Cloud
A6 - My Favorite Patch

B1 - Money Crisis
B2 - Heart of the Sun (Roger Waters)
B3 - Pale Port
B4 - Spirit of the Bomb
B5 - Mescal

Although it is hard to tell, the cover is grey. The cover on Mutant Sounds and Discogs appear to be light blue. Not sure if these are variants, or a result of scanning/photographing. The track is misspelled 'No Moer Expo'.

Coming up, something completely different....

Enjoy



Sympathy Nervous - It's Second Coming (Negative Emission ne 1001T) 1980

2012-01-24T18:23:29.965-05:00

(image) I've been meaning to post this cassette for a long time. Last fall, I started the process of putting up the No More Expo tape until I saw it had been uploaded a few months earlier at Mutant Sounds.

Taking the title at it's word - "Sympathy Nervous '80 It's Second Coming", I presume this cassette was released or contains material recorded during or after the S/T LP on Vanity Records posted by Mutant Sounds.

The instrumentation here sounds closer to the S/T LP and their Polaroid 7" than No More Expo, which seems to have a thinner sound using updated drum machines & synths.

The label Minimal Wave recently released a Sympathy Nervous LP (Automaticism) that includes two tracks (Cabaret Voltaire & Extended Time) from this cassette. This LP is also a benefit for Yoshiumi Ninuma aka Sympathy Nervous who tragically lost everything from the Tsumani that hit Japan March 2011. His house, including equipment and recordings all washed away. I urge anyone who downloads this post to pick up Automaticism (Vinyl or download versions). I want to thank C.Patera and his blog Stalking Duppi for making me aware of this release and Yoshiumi's situation.

I won't go into detail about the music, other than to say it holds that same timeless quality other favorite electronic/synth albums of mine do like Conrad Schnitzler's Con, Monton, Kraftwerk and Dark Day, to name a few. Techno before techno and sounds that could just have easily been recorded 10-20 years later; dirty electro/minimal techno of Bunker/Clone/Sahko/Dum labels, Le Car, I-f, etc...

The tracklisting on Side A matches up to the music. The track listing on Side B indicates eight tracks, but I have them split into only six tracks. There are four tracks listed with Japanese titles that are part of tracks B2 through B4 (tks. 6-8 in the post). Track B6 (tk 9 in the post) is Extended Time. B7 & B8 are combined as Track 10 in the post. See included images for actual titles.

Tracklist:
Side A:
1 - Cabaret Voltaire
2 - Plastic Love
3 - Metal Beat
4 - I am a Fan

Side B:
1 - Room 3
2 - 4 Japanese titles
5 - Extended Time
6 - P.S. 1
- P.S. 2

Enjoy



57 Tone Flexi 7" (Joy FY-0002) 1983

2012-01-23T18:26:51.641-05:00

(image) This flexi is from 1983. I couldn't find any info about 57 Tone online. I recall picking this up because the cover reminded me of the art for DDAA/IP label sleeves. I have to say, the music here well exceeded my expectations.

The A-Side falls right in with early 80's Factory/Fetish/99/Clock DVA guitar/bass/sax/drums combinations. The B side is more abstract and closer to something from the Vanity label. A part of this track was featured in my Final Procedure Mix from last year.

a: Spiral
b: 4 Reminiseences

Enjoy



Dead links

2011-10-27T16:36:10.860-05:00

If anybody finds a dead link, leave a comment either here (with title) or with the original post and I will begin to re-upload the files.

I've received several comments and e-mails about this and have already started to re-post.



DJ Set - Final Procedure Mix August 30, 2011

2012-01-23T19:17:26.148-05:00

(image) Greetings!

Back briefly to post this DJ mix I put together a couple months ago. The event was the final Procedure at Cafe St. Ex in DC.
From the event info:

"This night first started some 10 yrs ago when Richard Chartier ran with an anti-concept - a DJ night that gave you none of what a normal club audience wants. It was called Filler, then it was called Mies, and finally Procedure. There were venue changes galore, but with a fairly consistent high quality of DJ line-ups, and all done with an artful gaze right over DC's head. Well... that'll be enough for now. "

For the final night, many guest DJ's from over the years were invited to play 15 minute sets. There were sixteen DJ's overall. I no longer live near DC so I contributed my set via internet. I have a lot of fond memories spinning at the various incarnations of this DJ night over the years, not to mention all the friends I met and opportunities for other DJ events. Thank you Mark for inviting me and Braulio for suggesting the remote DJ idea and helping me carry through with it.

There are a couple tracks here from releases I will post soon if I see nobody else has already.

Volcano the Bear - Tunnels and Wheels
57 Tone - 4 Reminiseences
Libido - Motionless
Leather Nun - Slow Death
Sympathy Nervous - track 6 from 'It's Second Coming '80' cassette

Enjoy



DJ Set - Vintage Mix 2009

2010-01-12T20:15:22.803-05:00

This is the mix CD I made to hand out last month to commemorate another year at King & I Thai. Here is the link if you missed the dj mix for my 2008 Vintage sets at King & I Thai last year.Like the mix last year, there is a lot of music from Brazil & Africa, as well as some Turkish & Hungarian tunes. Enjoy.Tracklist for Vintage 2009 Mix CD:Xavier Cugat – Siboney Baby Consuelo – Curto de Veu e Grinalda Maria Bethania – Mano Caetano Toquinho – Zana Antonio Carlos e Jocafi – Tereza Guerreira MPB4 – Agibore Buari – Karam Bani Sahara All Stars – Take Your Soul Nora Dean & Duke Reid – Ay Ay Ay Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou – Mi Ni Non Kpo Bonzu Sounds – Zinabu Antonio Carlos e Jocafi – Xamego de Ina Maxine Sellers – Some Kind of Fever Sarolta Zalatnay – Hadd mondjam el Kati Kovacs – Add mar Uram az esot! Jorge Ben – Katarina, Katarina Sigi schwab – Getting’ High Baris Manco – Gonul Dagi[...]



DJ Set - Bev's Wine Bar mix 2009

2013-02-24T16:16:41.593-05:00

(image) Here is the mix CD for the re-opening of Bev's Wine Bar - a collection of tracks played at various Bev's Wine Bar sets throughout 2009.


And if you missed this one posted in January, here is the dj mix for my 2008 Vintage sets at King & I Thai.




And this time, I have the tracklist ready ahead of time....

Valente/Ros - Frenesi
Sirconical - Moondance
Kensuke Shiina & Irama Buyung - Cool Calm
Subtle Tease - Moodies Schwingt
Harold Robbins - Go Down Dying
Can - Turtles Have Short Legs
Jah Woosh - Woodpecker Sound
Kendra Smith - She Brings the Rain
Mighty Bop - Feeling Good (instrumental)
Gal Costa - Sebastiana
Stereolab - Cellulose Sunshine
Ricardo Marrero & the Group - Babalonia
Prince Far I - Throw Away Your Gun
Jimi Tenor - Fantom
Natural Calamity - And That's Saying a Lot

  -->enjoy



MN Record Show - This Saturday, October 3rd

2009-10-01T14:25:19.909-05:00

(image) For anyone in or near the Twin Cities area:
I will be selling records at the bi-monthly MN Record Show this Saturday - October 3rd.
As usual, it will be at the VFW at 2916 Lyndale Ave S. in Minneapolis, near Lake St.

The show is open from 9am to 4pm.

I have lowered prices on almost every record from previous shows!!!

Most of the non-techno vinyl in my Discogs catalog will be there. A lot of other vinyl not listed there, as well as more goodies from my own collection will also be for sale. I spent the last couple days pulling more from my collection, so there will be many more records not at the previous show.

A link to their website.

Admission is only $2!!!



DJ Announcement - Bev's Wine Bar, MPLS - this Friday - September 11th

2009-09-09T22:31:57.275-05:00

(image) The road construction still continues, but enough has been completed to allow Bev's to re-open again. This is my first set there since June so I am very excited to finally spin there again.

To mark the occasion, I created a 'best of' mix for the last year of my Bev's DJ sets. I will have plenty of copies to hand out Friday. I expect to post the CD here sometime next week, so stay tuned!!

Aside from the obvious wine selection, there is excellent local beer (Surly & Summit) and some tasty bread/salad/pizza dishes to munch on while soaking up the music and enjoying the view of the MPLS skyline - now that the weather is warmer, this is even more of a reason to check out Bev's.

Musically, expect similar grooves to the Champion Superior Soundsystem days in DC and my recent King & I Thai online set, as well as some indie/minimal/diy pop.


Atlantis Audio Archive
Bev's Wine Bar
This Friday, September 11th @ 9:00
250 3rd Ave N. (off Washington behind Deja Vu & J.D. Hoyt's steakhouse)



DJ Announcement - VINTAGE @ King & I Thai - Minneapolis, June 16th & June 23rd

2009-06-15T22:47:00.727-05:00

(image) I will be dj'ing for the next two Tuesdays at King & I Thai: tomorrow, June 16th, and next week, June 23rd.

King & I Thai is located in the Loring Park area of Minneapolis. The address is 1346 LaSalle ave.

The food is excellent and there are drink specials as well. The music starts at 9 now, an hour earlier and goes till close (1-ish).

I will be spinning in a similar groove to the Champion Superior Soundsystem nights from my DC days - lots of funky, jazzy grooves including Krautrock, Arfrican, soundtracks and music library LPs.

Vintage
Tuesday June 16th & June 23rd, 9 pm - close
King & I Thai
1346 La Salle Ave.
Minneapolis, MN
No Cover



DJ Announcement - Bev's Wine Bar This Friday, June 5th MPLS

2009-06-04T16:11:15.923-05:00

(image) Again, I forgot to plug my Bev's spot here the last couple months...

The road construction has yet to begin in front of Bev's, so I am able to squeeze in another night. Last I heard, there is still no definite start date for this work.


Aside from the obvious wine selection, there is excellent local beer (Surly & Summit) and some tasty bread/salad/pizza dishes to munch on while soaking up the music and enjoying the view of the MPLS skyline - now that the weather is warmer, this is even more of a reason to check out Bev's.


Musically, expect similar grooves to the Champion Superior Soundsystem days in DC and my recent King & I Thai online set, as well as some indie/minimal/diy pop.


Atlantis Audio Archive

Bev's Wine Bar

This Friday, June 5th @ 9:00

250 3rd Ave N. (off Washington behind Deja Vu & J.D. Hoyt's steakhouse)




DJ Announcement - King & I Thai MPLS - Tomorrow May 19th 9pm

2009-05-18T14:29:52.820-05:00

(image) I will be making another DJ appearance at King & I Thai tomorrow - Tuesday, May 19th.

King & I Thai is located in the Loring Park area of Minneapolis. The address is 1346 LaSalle ave.

The food is excellent and there are drink specials as well. The music starts at 9 now, an hour earlier and goes till close (1-ish).

I will be spinning in a similar groove to the Champion Superior Soundsystem nights from my DC days - lots of funky, jazzy grooves including Krautrock, Arfrican, soundtracks and music library LPs.

Vintage
Tuesday May 19th, 9 pm - close
King & I Thai
1346 La Salle Ave.
Minneapolis, MN
No Cover



DJ Announcement - VINTAGE @ King & I Thai - MPLS, Tuesday April 21st

2009-04-20T20:29:32.080-05:00

(image) I will be making another DJ appearance at King & I Thai tomorrow - Tuesday, April 21st.

King & I Thai is located in the Loring Park area of Minneapolis. The address is 1346 LaSalle ave.

The food is excellent and there are drink specials as well - an excellent place to celebrate on Inauguration Day.

The music starts at 9 now, an hour earlier and goes till close (1-ish). I will be spinning in a similar groove to the Champion Superior Soundsystem nights from my DC days. Lots of funky, jazzy grooves including Krautrock, Arfrican, soundtracks and music library LPs.

Vintage
Tuesday April 21st, 9 pm - close
King & I Thai
1346 La Salle Ave. Minneapolis, MN
No Cover



MN Record Show - This Saturday, April 4th

2009-04-02T15:26:38.130-05:00

(image) For anyone in or near the Twin Cities area:

I will be selling records at the bi-monthly MN Record Show this Saturday.

As usual, it will be at the VFW at 2916 Lyndale Ave S. in Minneapolis, near Lake St.

The show is open from 9am to 4pm.

Most of the non-techno vinyl in my Discogs catalog will be there - many at reduced prices.
A lot of other vinyl not listed there, as well as more goodies from my own collection will also be for sale. I spent the last couple weeks pulling more from my collection, so there will be many more records not at the previous show.


A link to their website.


Admission is only $2!!!



DJ Announcement - Bev's Wine Bar MPLS, This Friday April 3rd

2009-03-30T16:15:56.605-05:00

(image) So, I forgot to plug my Bev's spot here last month...

This month's set at Bev's might be my last for a month or two (or more). There is going to be road construction in front of Bev's soon. Apparently, they may be losing their sidewalk during this time and may be forced to close during construction. At this point, nothing is known for sure how long the construction will last, or if they will be closing.

Also, my set will start this time at 9 instead of the usual 8:30.

Aside from the obvious wine selection, there is beer and some excellent bread/salad/pizza dishes to munch on while soaking up the music and enjoying the view of the MPLS skyline.

Musically, expect similar grooves to the Champion Superior Soundsystem days in DC and my recent King & I Thai online set, as well as some indie/minimal/diy pop.

Atlantis Audio Archive
Bev's Wine Bar
This Friday, April 3rd @ 9:00
250 3rd Ave N. (off Washington behind Deja Vu & J.D. Hoyt's steakhouse)



DJ Announcement - VINTAGE @ King & I Thai - MPLS, Tuesday Mar. 17th

2009-03-12T20:29:59.700-05:00

(image) I will be making another DJ appearance at King & I Thai on St. Patricks Day - Tuesday, March 17th.

King & I Thai is located in the Loring Park area of Minneapolis. The address is 1346 LaSalle ave.

The food is excellent and there are drink specials as well - an excellent place to celebrate on Inauguration Day.

The music starts at 9 now, an hour earlier and goes till close (1-ish). I will be spinning in a similar groove to the Champion Superior Soundsystem nights from my DC days. Lots of funky, jazzy grooves including Krautrock, Arfrican, soundtracks and music library LPs.

Vintage
Tuesday March 17th, 9 pm - close
King & I Thai
1346 La Salle Ave. Minneapolis, MN
No Cover



DJ Announcement - VINTAGE @ King & I Thai - MPLS, Tuesday Feb. 17th

2009-02-16T17:02:14.632-05:00

(image) I will be making another DJ appearance at King & I Thai tomorrow, February 17th.

King & I Thai is located in the Loring Park area of Minneapolis. The address is 1346 LaSalle ave.The food is excellent and there are drink specials as well.

The music starts at 9 now, an hour earlier and goes till close (1-ish). I will be spinning in a similar groove to the Champion Superior Soundsystem nights from my DC days.

Lots of funky, jazzy grooves including Krautrock, African, soundtracks and music library LPs.

Vintage Tuesday February 17th, 9 pm - close
King & I Thai
1346 La Salle Ave. Minneapolis, MN
No Cover



Minnesota Record Show - this Saturday, February 14th

2009-02-12T18:42:30.417-05:00

(image) For anyone in or near the Twin Cities area:
I will be selling records at the bi-monthly MN Record Show this Saturday. As usual, it will be at the VFW at 2916 Lyndale Ave S. in Minneapolis, near Lake St.

The show is open from 9am to 4pm.

Most of the non-techno vinyl in my Discogs catalog will be there - many at reduced prices.

A lot of other vinyl not listed there, as well as more goodies from my own collection will also be for sale. I spent the last couple weeks pulling more from my collection, so there will be around 100 records not at the previous show.

A link to their website.

Admission is only $2!!!



DJ Announcement - Bev's Wine Bar, MPLS - this Friday - February 6th

2009-02-05T02:10:27.456-05:00

(image) Again, short notice.... I have another DJ slot at Bev's Wine Bar this Friday. Bev's is a nice cozy place in the Warehouse district of Minneapolis.

Aside from the obvious wine selection, there is beer and some excellent bread/salad/pizza dishes to munch on while soaking up the music and enjoying the view of the MPLS skyline.

Musically, expect similar grooves to the Champion Superior Soundsystem days in DC and my recent King & I Thai online set, as well as some indie/minimal/diy pop.


Atlantis Audio Archive
Bev's Wine Bar
This Friday, Feb 6th @ 8:30
250 3rd Ave N. (off Washington behind Deja Vu & J.D. Hoyt's steakhouse)



Pataphysics - Divination LP (Malarkey NR 6379) 1975

2013-02-24T16:15:28.376-05:00

(image) While digging through some stacks of records for dj fodder, I discovered this oddity that I could find no info about on Google or Discogs.

The music is all over the place. From various shades of jazz to cosmic folk-like pieces to a moog-backed jazz groover. The jazzier tracks wouldn't sound out of place on a label like ECM at the time. The second track, Visions in Jalapena, reminds me of Woo, maybe the way the guitars are strummed.

Thankfully the vinyl is in better condition than the sleeve.

Enjoy



DJ Set - VINTAGE 2008 MIX

2013-02-24T16:14:21.603-05:00

(image) I recently made this mix for friends and to give away at my next Vintage DJ night at King @ I Thai (see next post).

The mix is a collection of tracks frequently played throughout my Vintage nights last year at King & I Thai in Minneapolis.





update 3/30/2009:
Recently realized I never posted the tracklist to this mix CD. Here it is:
Vintage 2008 CD Tracklist
Doris Moteiro – E Isso Ai
Antonio Carlos & Jocafi – Indagorinha
Nigerian Police Force Band (The Force 7) – Asiko Mi Ni
Ennio Morricone – Svolta Definitiva
Sly Dunbar – Mr Bassey
The Hykkers – I Want a Break Thru’
Abilio Manoel – Luiza Manequim
Fiorenzo Carpi – Improbabile
Machine – There But For the Grace of God Go I
Keith Hudson – California/By Night Dub
Jackie Mittoo – Disco Jack
Harmonettes – Can’t Go Halfway
Ely Camargo – Taieiras
Tom Ze – Happy End
Jorge Ben – Cinco Minutos
Enjoy



DJ Announcement - VINTAGE @ King & I Thai - MPLS, Tuesday Jan. 20th

2009-01-16T20:28:50.770-05:00

(image) I will be making another DJ appearance at King & I Thai this Tuesday, January 20th.

King & I Thai is located in the Loring Park area of Minneapolis. The address is 1346 LaSalle ave.

The food is excellent and there are drink specials as well - an excellent place to celebrate on Inauguration Day.

I will also have copies of my Vintage 2008 Mix CD to give away. It is also available as a download in the previous post.

The music starts at 9 now, an hour earlier and goes till close (1-ish). I will be spinning in a similar groove to the Champion Superior Soundsystem nights from my DC days. Lots of funky, jazzy grooves including Krautrock, Arfrican, soundtracks and music library LPs.

Vintage
Tuesday January 20th, 9 pm - close
King & I Thai
1346 La Salle Ave. Minneapolis, MN
No Cover