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Blogariddims

Blogariddims is a project aimed at providing eclectic 1 hour mixes from some of the finest minds of the music blogging community, covering everything from Ambient, avant garde and classical, to grime, dubstep, ragga, reggae, dancehall, techno, breakcore and jungle music.Participating blogs include:http://www.deeptime.net/blog http://blog.grievousangel.net/ http://gutterbreakz.blogspot.com/ http://www.halvorsen.org/ http://wretchedmatt.blogspot.com/ http://johnsonsrambler.wordpress.com/ http://www.dissensus.com/showthread.php?t=4000 http://www.riddimmethod.net/ http://www.uncarved.org/blog/ http://wayneandwax.blogspot.com/ http://www.weareie.com http://www.ghettobassquake.blogspot.com/ http://www.myspace.com/friedblackswan http://differentwaters.blogspot.com http://www.bassnation.uk.net http://comandodigital.com/kolleidosonic http://www.theheatwave.co.uk/blog/ http://www.computerstyle.org http://dot-alt.blogspot.com/ http://beatdiaspora.blogspot.com/ http://kidshirt.blogspot.com http://www.woebot.com/

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Blogariddims 50/Terminus

The Blogariddims' cru team up to present the final episode - a CD length melange of genres, styles and attitudes from Nomos, Eden and Meme, Matt B, The Rambler, Wayne, Droid, Guttabreakz, Heatwave, Halvorsen, DJ Flack and Slug. Shouts to all Blogmuffins and thanks to all subscribers and listeners!

1hr 17mins

6 Oct 2008

Rank #1

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Blogariddims 49/Dubtronics

In this, our penultimate episode, droid + slug attempt to draw some lines between the various mutated strains of dubstep and electronica from the post-rave golden years of the mid 90's.

1hr 1min

22 Sep 2008

Rank #2

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Blogariddims 48/Jazz

Shunted off the stage and smoking in the alley. For a while Jazz had something like an Embassy but then its proponents drifted on to Reggae and Brazilian music. Now no-one (apart from you dear listener) gives a shit about it.

1hr

1 Sep 2008

Rank #3

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Blogariddims 47/Ontological Hysteria

Episode 47 comes from Kek c/o the Kid Shirt blog and is an hour's worth of music based around the theme of, uh, Ontological Hysteria. Which is a helluva lot more fun than it sounds. Music was recorded direct from vinyl and edited on a knackered old vintage PC.

1hr

11 Aug 2008

Rank #4

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Blogariddims 46/Doppelmix

Episode 46 lurches blinking into the sunlight courtesy of Doppelganger. It's a techno / dubstep hybrid created by stapling mp3s together on audacity.

52mins

25 Jul 2008

Rank #5

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Blogariddims 45/Fusion Part 1

Episode 45 by Zhao uses mashups to communicate a new conception of hybridity, a fusing of different sounds and cultures with focus on traditional and regional music framed by urban bass and beats (or is it the other way around?)

59mins

21 Jul 2008

Rank #6

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Blogariddims 44/Eiretronica : Underground

A selection of Irish electronica from the late 90s to today. Sequenced in Ableton by droid + slug for the 'Underground' Exhibition 27/06/08 - 06/07/08 in Road Records, Dublin.

1hr 3mins

30 Jun 2008

Rank #7

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Blogariddims 43/Deep in Bludgrooves

Episode 43: Sir Loris brings you an hour long dub and roots mix recorded on nothing more than 2 technics and a mixer.

58mins

16 Jun 2008

Rank #8

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Blogariddims 42/Sun'n'Bass

Episode 42 mixed by Vamanos from Ghetto Bassquake. An hour of international sundrenched carnival bass thumping beats - Dancehall, Cumbia, Reggaeton, Dubstep, Drum 'n' Bass, Grime, Soca, Zouk, Baltimore and Baile Funk. Mashed up inna Soundsystem Style! Go to http://www.ghettobassquake.blogspot.com/ for more info

56mins

26 May 2008

Rank #9

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Blogariddims 41/Sub Threshold

Blogariddims 41 is a dubstep mix with bits and pieces of 4/4 on breaky action recorded live by Owen Howard using vinyl and Serato. More details here: http://www.myspace.com/friedblackswan

1hr 7mins

12 May 2008

Rank #10