Out now via Bandcamp as a free download is DJ Shane Aungst’s “Electronic Bodies – Nightside Sessions” mega-mix. The Seattle (United States) based DJ produced this 2-part megamix including 23 tracks (and 2 intros) from “Electronic Bodies” during long evening sessions in October 2023. Note that the intros were created by Viscera Drip.
As you will know the original “Electronic Bodies” compilation (available here on Bandcamp) focused on EBM and its offspring. The proceedings of this mega-mix will equally go to charity.
Shane’s mixes mainly deal in the EBM/Aggrotech/Industrial genres, and come with heavy layers of sampling and edits. He has been doing studio work, working on sampling, mixes, edits, remixes, as well as putting together some original material. We will soon also publish an interview with Shane on his current and future work. Check his Instagram page for more info.
The tracklist is as follows:
- Night side sessions – Intro 00:00
- Diffuzion – Ain’t Gonna Fuck With My Brain 00:49
- Rabbits Wear Boots – Cyborg 04:54
- Him+He – Dr Jones (Ocult Mix) 09:42
- ELM – Vessel Of Violence (Weaponized Cardio Mix) 14:06
- Ars – Thanatophobia 17:18
- UCNX – Burning Slowly Down 21:54
- Llumen – You Can Have It All (Matrix Edit) 25:41
- The Psychic Force – Lockdown Lovers 29:50
- Kant Kino – Frontline (Edit) 34:22
- Raudadler – Sexual Deviants 37:15
- First Aid 4 Souls – Anger 41:58
- Miseria Ultima – Yet Shivering Profound 46:30
- Viscera Drip – Night side sessions Intro 00:00
- Human Vault – Flesh And Bone (Void You Are Edit By Nadragea – Side-Line Cut) 00:52
- Digital Factor – What 05:18
- Aiboforcen – Cycle Of Life (Short Edit) 08:35
- Aesthetische – Boiling Over (Celsius Version) 12:30
- Diverje – Numb (EBM Remix By Psychosomatik) 16:50
- Venus In Disgrace – Generation Commodore 20:25
- Kreign – Don’t Force The Hand 23:13
- Fuckware – Combat 27:22
- Stahlgeist – Infected Colony (Alternate Version) 31:10
- Sinthetik Messiah – Know Your Enemy 35:39
- Töt – Mon Nom Est Personne 39:14
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