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  • Huggie Smiles
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    20 year old thread.

    now with sets !!

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  • Kamal
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    WTF just happened in this thread LOL

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  • [ms]_Podcast_Bot
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    Hosted and Mixed by Matt Masters
    Artist - Title (Mix) [Label]
    Retromigration - Just Take It [Wolf Music]
    Inkwell - Space Love feat. Robert Owens (Yoruba Soul Remix) [Cosmocities France]
    Fred Everything - Breathe feat. James Alexander Bright [Lazy Days Recordings]
    Bondax - Journey Ft. Mysie (Kareem Ali Remix) [Future Disco]
    Peacey - Find A Way (feat. Sabrina Chyld) [Atjazz Record Company]
    Toronto Hustle & Sean Roman - Deep In This (feat. Javonntte) [Freerange Records]
    Kirk Degiorgio - All About U [Cyphon Recordings]
    Jon Mavek and Precious James - Phyre (Oscar P Rework) [Open Bar Music]
    Brian Kage - Belle Isle Beach Daze Ft. Milton Jackson [Michigander]
    Jimpster - The Passion ft KingCrowney [Freerange Records]
    House Violence - Tats
    Ingrid Lukas - Dignity (Manuel Tur Dub) [Space Repetitions]
    James Curd & Osunlade - Chocolate Puddin (Instrumental Mix)




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    Hosted and Mixed by Matt Masters
    Artist - Title (Mix) [Label]
    Dwson - So Long (feat. Aquatone)
    Mark Hawkins - Together
    Phonorem - Seamless [Time To Play Records]
    Hudson's Choice & Franc Spangler - Heavily Percussed [Delusions Of Grandeur]
    East Coast love Affair - Love of Mind [Athens Of The North]
    Mystic V (feat. Peter Jericho) - Miracles (Kai Alce NDATL Vocal Mix)
    Toronto Hustle & Sean Roman - Fall In Love (feat. Javonntte) [Freerange Records]
    beatsbyhand - Say Yes (Jimpster Remix) [Stay True Sounds]
    Oliver Dollar & ADMN - Before You feat. APROPOS [Rekids]
    Dj Pope ft Lifford - Little Ghetto Boy (Craig Smith Remix Vocal) [Househead London]
    Billy Lo - Let Ur Body Werk [Cosmocities France]
    Melchyor A - Focus (Melchyor A’s Touch Mix) [Makin Moves]




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  • [ms]_Podcast_Bot
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    EG.982 Magda


    Podcast home: http://electronicgroove.com

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    EG.983 Adam Sellouk


    Podcast home: http://electronicgroove.com

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    EG.984 Nii Tei


    Podcast home: http://electronicgroove.com

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  • [ms]_Podcast_Bot
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    EG.985 Genish


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  • [ms]_Podcast_Bot
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    This past February, Tesfa Williams released his debut album—over 20 years into his career. Raves Of Future Past distilled decades of experience on London dance floors into a potent and powerful blend of grime, house, rave and techno. Made with an Elektron Digitakt to imitate the rough textures of early '00s UK dance music, the LP is an anachronistic history lesson that throws everything in a blender, imagining what gqom might sound like as an Eski track and giving new life to the short-lived "sublow" sound Williams helped invent with classic tracks like "Invasion," released under his earlier alias DJ Dread D.

    Since the sublow days, however, Williams has become a torchbearer for UK house music and African diasporic sounds like Afro house and gqom in London. He's put out soulful hits like "Heartbeat"—recently reissued by Local Action—and released a steady stream of dance records for PMR and Strictly Rhythm. He's what you might call a jack of all trades, except for that he's actually a master of them all.

    His RA Podcast charts his musical journey in reverse chronological order, starting with smooth, African-influenced sounds and winding through grime and dubstep, eventually landing at jungle. He threads a needle through diverse genres (and eras), and posits that the traditional UK hardcore continuum is a bigger spectrum than you might think, with gqom's heave and amapiano's log drum equally important in the musical equation. It's nearly two hours of UK dance music past and present, from a DJ who has lived it all.

    @twilliamsmusic

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    Podcast home: http://www.residentadvisor.net/

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  • [ms]_Podcast_Bot
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    "All in my life, I've gone back and forth between North and East London," Karen Nyame KG said in a recent mini-doc about her studio process. "These areas are multicultural [...] you just become a sponge for that type of energy." More than two decades into her career, these parts of the UK capital remain a defining influence on The Rhythm Goddess, whose music weaves together ideas from across London and the diaspora, blending R&B and soul with global dance music forms.

    A leading face of London's hybrid club sound, KG's sound is seductive and luxurious. Her excellent productions, which span UK funky, amapiano and East Coast club, have a velvety touch, as if cut from high-end fabric. Her ear for smoky, sultry grooves, showcased on her Rhythm In The City party-turned-label, is impeccable, and her tracks have become more song-oriented, ranging from sultry to braggadocious. Her classy DJ mixes are a study in bounce and groove, incorporating everything from highlife to Afrotech to dubby rollers.

    Since re-entering the club circuit in 2018 after a six-year hiatus, KG has become a role model for women talents in the electronic music world. Her stance on racial and gender disparities within the industry has helped orchestrate safer spaces in music, inspiring aspiring Black creatives in the process. KG's RA Podcast is nothing short of sexy, loaded with swung rhythms and lithe drums across gqom, Afrohouse and jazzy deep house. It radiates a level of confidence and intimacy that can only come from years of vision—and a constant passion for sensual, soulful music.

    @KARENNYAMEKG

    Read more at https://ra.co/podcast/936


    Podcast home: http://www.residentadvisor.net/

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  • [ms]_Podcast_Bot
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    Julia Govor is one of those artists who can take the fundamentals of techno and make it sound hers. At this point in her career, the Georgia-born, New York City-based artist has established a style that feels half-Rome school, half Japanese hypnotic techno, but fully Julia Govor. Her label Jujuka has become a home for the stuff, featuring plenty of her own work along with like-minded folks like EMIT and Victoria Mussi, and she recently put out the biggest and best release of her career with the hefty Laika And Ulka Were Here on Semantica.

    Her production style carries over to her DJing. Govor's RA Podcast is made up over half her own tracks, and the cuts she picks from others match her style: twirling arpeggios, rushing cascades of synth, heavy but groovy kicks. Much has been made of her childhood in a military family, and how she fell in love with techno via her classical musical education, where she felt drawn to the darker, romantic shades of composition. You get some of that here, but to call Govor's style "dark" would be overly simplistic. Instead it's sleek, aerodynamic and fluid, the kind of techno that gets you lost in a wormhole.

    @juliagovor

    Read more at https://ra.co/podcast/937


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  • picklemonkey
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    Originally posted by FM
    100MB..s'a lot of emails...
    I work in the IT department at work, and last week someone called me saying they had a message in Outlook pop up saying "Your archive.pst has reached the maximum size for the format that it is saved in" or something similar. THE DUDE HAD A 2GB EMAIL ARCHIVE. Too much email! The sad thing is 2gb is the limit for Outlook 2000... Outlook 2003 has a much higher limit.

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  • supaz
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    I can access a pop 3 email account through their website.

    go into mail options then add another account.

    it's through the website...not via mail client

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  • namrevar
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    i want a gmail account !!!!!!!!

    how can i have it ? it seems that you canot subscribe to it :?

    thanks

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  • Balanc3
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    yeah just noticed 100mb. I like it, but SBC sucks! If you have DSL with them they give you file storage as well as a website, combined you get 500MB online storage with a standard DSL package. Good enough to store a few sets. Oh and yahoo got rid of the POP3 access when they merged with SBC. Somethin about the way their web browser works, but dont install it! or else...

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