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does this really look like the forum where we need this...sigh

lol... :boogie:
 ah common, it's offenbach... close to ffm... ;)

Just got this at fb:

"15.01.2011 Rome Italy, Sonic Memories Event

the mover live performance is CANCELED!

due to: disorganisation with the promoter!
sorry to all mover supporters, see u another time in italy"

Music / Re: Your latest purchases
« on: December 08, 2010, 02:19:07 PM »

Dusty Angel - Fuck All Ya! (Metallic) !!!

Let us know the where, why , what, when, how,  ...tell us the story.

Return to Zero / Re: Happy birthday Sheep!
« on: December 02, 2010, 02:36:44 AM »
Cheers guys!

Wheres the beAr for free? ;)

Newsflash / Re: Miro & The Horrorist > Das seltsame Grau (LS022)
« on: December 02, 2010, 02:34:16 AM »

Snow came early in Hamburg...

Not just in Hamburg. Aber Schnee ist Scheiße.
But your right, you can def. hear the mover sound. one up!

Newsflash / Re: Miro & The Horrorist > Das seltsame Grau (LS022)
« on: December 01, 2010, 03:41:47 PM »
Source: Facebook Side by Miro
You can check Soundfiles here:

Its a shame that it will be only a digital release.
The Mover Remix is the clue of the cue... ;)
I realy like the dark Voice.

Newsflash / Miro & The Horrorist > Das seltsame Grau (LS022)
« on: December 01, 2010, 03:39:53 PM »

It's been two years, since  Oliver Chesler  (The Horrorist) and his old buddy Miro have cooked an audio soup together. The title track  Das Seltsame Grau , a modern zombie-dance tale performed by Oliver, showing of his german language-skills and his usual hypnotic power. Together with Miros programming passion, this obscure piece of modern dance music puts a spell on you and the person next to you.

 The Horrorist  wouldn't be the Horrorist, if the music wouldn't speak words of horror, like in Your Lips . Spooky voice effects jacketed in assertive sound structures and bulldozer bass-ground guarantee a cold shower experience and pleasing nightmares.

Lazerslut welcomes  Beaner   (Bar25) , who delights us with his two versions of the main title. Slow, groovy, deep and housey sounds for slow motion afterhours and funny substances. Catchy vibes, carefully crafted with love, knowing what it takes to make „the ones that know what it's all about“ move their wasted bodies in a good Bar25 manner.
Gotta love this one!
Another unique remix (and complete opposite of Beaners remix) is done by  The Mover : Legendary apocalyptic techno hero, co-founder of  PCP  (Planer Core Productions/Frankfurt) and Miro's old colleague, who's last offcial release has been 10 years ago on Tresor. His interpretation of Das Seltsame Grau is, as so often, a slow,
dark and pounding sound with minimoog bassline and heavy melodies.

Pick your poison and enjoy!

Artist: The Horrorist & Miro Pajic
Release: Das Seltsame Grau
Label: Lazerslut
Cat.No: LS022
Genre: Minimal/ Techno/House
Format: Digital
Release Date: 14/12/2010 (Beatport 2 weeks excl.)

(click on tracks for samples)
1. Das Seltsame Grau (Original Mix)
2. Your Lips (Original Mix)
3. Das Seltsame Grau (Ol Dirty Beaner Version)
4. Das Seltsame Grau (Ol Dirty Skirtchaser Version)
5. Das Seltsame Grau (The Mover Remix)

Planet-Core dot com / Re: Remember 2002...
« on: November 24, 2010, 10:43:31 AM »
I liked the site...

Time Machine / Re: PCP @ HR3 Clubnight 1993.10.23
« on: November 18, 2010, 12:47:23 PM »
A good old friend of mine is now working at HR (Hessischer Rundfunk). He asked the guys in the archive. The PCP Clubnight from 1993 is recorded there still on tapes over 4(!!) hours. He will digitalise it and send it to me. I will share it then here. But this can take still some time, since he is very busy and i am very lazy.
I'll keep you informed.

Return to Zero / Re: take the experimental hardcore quiz
« on: November 18, 2010, 12:44:01 PM »
#6 wrong. ??? Indeed nice Idea.

Return to Zero / Re: Happy birthday Sheep!
« on: October 25, 2010, 01:32:30 PM »
2 days to late, but still the best for you! hope you had a nice day!


it's cool to see music relations, and maybe open some minds :)

very true, but for me realy not with guys like bushido.

Newsflash / Re: Mover interview @ datacide
« on: October 14, 2010, 03:53:02 PM »
Hopefully. But who knows if all this stuff still exist?
I mean if i would own a label and decide not to release a number, why to keep it? And even if: We all know it: how often does computer crash and all get lost...or even if its burned somewhere on cd or dvd.... there are hundreds of it around. somewhere.
but i dont know what will come , if something will come. maybe we should start a pedition!

Newsflash / Re: Mover interview @ datacide
« on: October 13, 2010, 11:48:20 AM »
True Words. But more worse then missing the Stuff we did not know at this time or even not now is the fact, that there is a lot of unreleased stuff.
Maybe its crap and good that it is not released, but i hardly doubt that. Especially with the PCP-Theme: A lot of Stuff propably didnt sold good in the mid and early ninites, when tons of it where released, but now we have some kind of pcp-avantgarde-hype so maybe the best time to release stuff.
Everytime i read interviews or old postings by marc i wonder what has happened to a lot of planed amazing projects.

In which part? Not that interessted in Bushido  & Co, so dont wanna see all parts.
Thanks for sharing anyway.

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