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- DJ Mix – Jones
Oxford based producer and Sound artist Jones joins Bit-Phalanx's fifth Bit-Pod radio podcast show in May 2012 for a special guest DJ mix, aptly titled 'Genre Is Not A Rule'. Tracks played...
- frank zappa & the mothers of invention - 'are you hung up?'
- miles davis - 'rated x'
- squarepusher - 'come on my selector'
- amon tobin - 'sticholonched'
- alvin lucier - 'i am sitting in a room'
- serge gainsbourg - 'requiem pour un con'
- funkadelic - 'free your mind & your ass will follow'
- martin luther king - 'i have a dream'
- ultralyd - 'low waist'
- can - 'halleluhwah'
- gescom - 'mag (ae remix)'
- unkle - 'guns blazing (drums of death part i)'
- the natural yogurt band - 'biscuit 19'
- disrupt - 'jah red gold & green'
- roots manuva - 'styles dub'
- bill hicks - 'fuck artists only'
- jimi hendrix - 'little miss lover'
- scorn - 'told you can tell'
- brian eno - 'another green world'
- nhkyx feat. athena - 'time & me'
- throbbing gristle - 'hamburger lady (carter tutti remix)'
- boards of canada - 'sixtyten'
- cedric im brooks & the light of saba - 'africa'
- j rocc - 'stop trying'
- mrr-adm - '1ne'
- dev-null - 'alien washcloth tumor'
- venetian snares - 'dollmaker'
- aphex twin - 'mt saint michel & saint michael's mount'
- bogdan raczynski - '5l45h! 4tt4ck! 3nt3r k3y!'
- john peel - 'i'll poo in your hoover'
- astrobotnia - 'c+nt'
- clark - 'tooth moves'
- sample from Jim Jarmusch - 'Coffee & Cigarettes'
- 2562 - 'fever'
- zomby - 'ecstasy versions'
- autechre - 'gantz graf'
- aux 88 - 'voice modulation'
- mr oizo - 'moustache'
- anthony rother - 'red light district'
- franky knuckles - 'your love'
- kraftwerk - 'numbers'
- future sound of london - 'skinny ribbed fucker'
- surgeon - 'transparent radiation'
- depeche mode - 'peace (ben klock remix)'
- radiohead - 'idioteque'
- anstam - 'baldwin'
- memotone - 'bellatrix'
- timeblind - 'dubsturnt'
- afrika hitech - 'future moves'
- lee perry & the upsetters - 'clint eastwood'
- blue daisy feat. anneka 'blood petal roses' - (sunken foal remix)
- death grips - 'takyon (death yon)'
- boris - 'afterburner'
- downlink vs datsik - 'against the machines'
- velvet underground - 'venus in furs'
- massive attack - 'redlight' (clark remix)
- flying lotus - 'zodiac shit'
- ken nordine - 'black'
Available to download as it's own free mix EP from www.bit-phalanx.com
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