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A Techno National Treasure

The Black Dog collective are in the rare position of having been at the forefront of British electronic music scene for the past 20 years and in their latest incarnation they're sounding better and more relevant than ever, with their recent 'Radio Scarecrow' (DJ magazine's album of the year 2008), and 'Further Vexations' releases being arguably their strongest work to date. This podcast is a new monthly undertaking giving them an opportunity to air some of their favorite tracks of recent weeks and their own work in a seamless mix - ideal for dancefloor, living room, commute or personal headspace. Highly recommended.

British Techno Gods!

These guy's really are at the peak of techno music. In my opinion they are every bit as good as the originators from Detroit in the 1980's and they just go from strength to strength. The first 2 podcasts are a superb example of their undoubted talents both as producers and DJ's..........Keep Up The Good Work Guys!!!


Great podcasts and have renewed my enthusiasm that there is decent intelligent things happening; but it's a pain to find them amongst the rubbish. Will be looking up some artists on the podcast for sure. Gets so strong about half way and the rolling beats are fantastic and remind me of a Guy Called Gerald Proto Acid. Please more of the same.

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