My favourite electronica mix -- blast from the past

2016-07-26 03:04:19 +0000

When I do household chores I usually listen to live, listen to missed tob's shows (anonradio's Dubious Goals Committee show), or listen to my own show from the archives... Last night, I just happened to randomly pick an archived show from my own list and I happened to pick my show on October 31st, 2015. It was an early electronica mix I livestreamed, back when I was not talking on my shows. I only started talking in my shows about 3 months after my first show. I was not really planning on talking ever in my livestreams. My original plan was just to stream my mix LIVE and that was it. Going back to the October 31st, 2015 show -- well, I was pretty impressed with myself! LOL Sorry, I usually don't praise myself but I was pretty proud of that particular mix. I started the show with Boomtang Boys' remix of Popcorn back from the 90s then suddenly shifted to modern electronic music -- more like electro/techno... now I can't remember whether I obtained these tracks from Serato DJ's White Label collection (a collection of new as well as past music collection from popular DJs and artists accessible (well the high quality versions anyway) only to Serato DJ users and from my own music collection or from tracks I downloaded from amateur as well as professional DJs/artists on Soundcloud. The thing I like about this mix is that it describes me and specifically my taste of electronic music. I personally think this sets me apart from other more mainstream DJs out there. It also shows my "amateurness" when you'll notice transition/beatmatch mistakes I made when I attempted to insert a late 80s Technotronic classic somewhere in the middle of the mix. A huge fail! haha! All of my mix has one or two fails anyways so I am kind of used to them :P Well, I think you should just find out what I am trying to say by listening to the anonradio archive link below:

Details of the mix (playlist, titles, artists, timings, etc) are on my Serato DJ page below:


A note on copyright:

All of the tracks included in my live mixes are not my work, unless otherwise stated. I do not receive any monetary compensation for doing my live shows. My activities on and Tilderadio are/were/have always been strictly a personal hobby. and Tilderadio are both for-hobby, not-for-profit, non-commercial and fully volunteer-member-run and funded Internet radio services. If your track/piece of work gets included in my mixes then it means that I love and admire you and your work and I am in effect promoting you and your work to my listeners for free.

However, if you are an artist and are still not satisfied with my explanation in the above paragraph, please contact me.


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