itunes

gravatar
Member Since: 6/7/2004
Total Mixes: 9747
Total Feedback: 8
Message | Friend

Other Mixes By itunes

Playlist | Other Mix
Playlist | Celebrity Playlist
image
Playlist | Celebrity Playlist
image

Electro

Artist Song Buy
Hashim  Al-Naafyish (The Soul)   buy on itunes
DMX Krew  The Breakin' Anthem Part 1   buy on itunes
Kraftwerk  Numbers   buy on itunes
Cybotron  Clear   buy on itunes
Man Parrish  Hip Hop Bee Bop (Don't Stop)   buy on itunes
Dopplereffekt  Cellular Phone   buy on itunes
Model 500  No UFO's (Instrumental)   buy on itunes
Aux 88  We Are the Future   buy on itunes
Egyptian Lover  Freak-A-Holic   buy on itunes
Dynamix II  Give The DJ A Break   buy on itunes
New Order  Confusion (Arthur Baker 12" Mix) [Edit]   buy on itunes
Arpanet  Wireless Internet   buy on itunes
Andrea Parker  Invasion   buy on itunes
Chromeo  Needy Girl   buy on itunes
Anthony Rother  Welcome to My Laboratory   buy on itunes
I-F  I Do Because I Couldn't Care Less   buy on itunes
Two Lone Swordsmen  Brootle   buy on itunes
Clatterbox  Vector Model   buy on itunes
Mantronix  Fresh Is the Word   buy on itunes
Octagon Man vs. Depth Charge  I Dream   buy on itunes
Jonzun Crew  Pack Jam (12" Remix)   buy on itunes
Ectomorph  Synthesize Her   buy on itunes
Planet Patrol  Play At Your Own Risk (12" Vocal Version)   buy on itunes
Afrika Bambaataa  Renegades of Funk (12" Vocal Version)   buy on itunes
DMX Krew  DMX Bass (Instrumental)   buy on itunes
New Order  Jetstream (Arthur Baker Remix)   buy on itunes
Time Zone  World Destruction (feat. John Lydon) [Mix A]   buy on itunes
Cybotron  Alleys of Your Mind   buy on itunes
Kraftwerk  The Model   buy on itunes
Man Parrish  Boogie Down   buy on itunes
Mantronix  Listen to the Bass of Get Stupid Fresh, Pt. 2   buy on itunes
Model 500  Night Drive (Thru-Babylon)   buy on itunes
Dopplereffekt  Pornoactress   buy on itunes
Cybotron  R-9   buy on itunes
Mr Velcro Fastener  Electric Appliances   buy on itunes
Arpanet  Infinite Density   buy on itunes
Andrea Parker  The Swamp   buy on itunes
Chromeo  Fancy Footwork   buy on itunes
Planet Patrol  Cheap Thrills (12" Vocal Version)   buy on itunes
Aux 88  Rated AUX   buy on itunes
Dynamix II  Don't Touch That Dial   buy on itunes
Kraftwerk  Radioactivity   buy on itunes
Freestyle  Don't Stop the Rock   buy on itunes
Andrea Parker  Unconnected Edit   buy on itunes
The Egyptian Lover  Egypt Egypt   buy on itunes
Planet Patrol  I Didn't Know I Loved You (Till I Saw You Rock and Roll) [12" Vocal Version]   buy on itunes
Fannypack  Cameltoe   buy on itunes
DMX Krew  Blimp Beats   buy on itunes
Afrika Bambaataa  Looking for the Perfect Beat   buy on itunes
Two Lone Swordsmen  We Change the Frequency   buy on itunes
I-F  Quest (Part 1)   buy on itunes
Underground Resistance  Moor Horseman On Bolarus 5   buy on itunes
Model 500  Time Space Transmat   buy on itunes
Aux 88  Tom Tom Beats   buy on itunes
Clatterbox  Robotic Funk Attack   buy on itunes
Mandroid  Retrospect   buy on itunes
Daryl Hall & John Oates  Dance On Your Knees (12" Version)   buy on itunes
Decal  Burn from the Inside   buy on itunes
Dopplereffekt  Sterilization   buy on itunes
Newcleus  Jam On It   buy on itunes
Two Lone Swordsmen  Morpho (Two Lone Swordsmen Remix)   buy on itunes
Arpanet  NTT DoCoMo   buy on itunes
Mantronix  Megamix   buy on itunes
Freestyle  The Party Has Begun   buy on itunes
Octagon Man vs. Depth Charge  The Toy Boxx   buy on itunes
The Egyptian Lover  I Need a Freak   buy on itunes
Alden Tyrell  Other Worlds Robots   buy on itunes
Decal  Riptide   buy on itunes
Ectomorph  Skin   buy on itunes
Jackal & Hyde  This Is the Sound of Underground   buy on itunes
Cylob  Klefdol   buy on itunes
The Aquanaughts  Spawn (Genetic Continuation Mix)   buy on itunes
Underground Resistance  Afrogermanic   buy on itunes

Comment:

Oh to be a club kid in the early '80s, a free-wheeling time of discovery where many nighttime spots could get away with playing punk, hip-hop, new-wave, [i]and[/i] electro. About that last record store section, it began with the Kraftwerk-quoting work of Afrika Bambaataa and went on to stimulate the outer reaches of rap, techno, and rock. In many ways, the brief late-'90s explosion of electro-clash (Chromeo, Fannypack) was the second coming of electro's boundless early-'80s birth — complete with DJs suddenly dropping New Order and Cybotron 12-inches — but now that it's come and gone, we're perfectly content getting our robo-funk on at home with such electro godfathers as Mantronix and more recent revivalists like Anthony Rother.
image for mix

Feedback:

You must be logged in to do this.