Two computers. Two MIDI controllers. Two TT1625. One DM950. One mini-KP. or not.
Slubot:::> Sandstorm. Theme from Blade. Alive 2007. MSTRKRFT Essential Mix. Steve Aoki Essential Mix.
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HARD13 - 3/13/2009: Destructo, DIM, Shadow Dancer, Erol Alkan, Diplo, Boys Noize...
Thus was the original progression of the decay into the world of rave and electronica. There it was, a show where nearly every DJ there played Wake Up (for the fans) and Suspense Is Killing Me (for Boy 8-Bit's father?). Rave isn't some sole, destructive entity bent on drug binges and irresponsible water consumption. Rave is a movement, a place and culture of friendship. Proper behavior is regulated not by force or coercion but by mutual understanding and non-aggression. The music an expression of the hidden drives and unexpressed emotions of the newest generations.
Rave, like anarchy, is a peaceful chaos. Its members operate only within the confines of themselves, mutual respect and responsibility. Following HARD13, while among friends at an annual reincarnation of a Vietnam War protest in Madison, WI the name Slubot was first coined. At an event which should outwardly reflect both peace and political unrest, there was police state and the ever-present existence of American behavioral dichotomy. Streets filled with people, students. Going to class, going to work, reading textbooks. Going to bars, going to parties, fucking bodies. Slubot is a portmanteau of and reaction formation to the slut and the robot. The sexual automaton that is American youth that is losing control of itself and of its culture.
Slubot believes in anarchy (not 1960's American communes; but real anarchy, Rothbardian Anarchy, Anarcho-Capitalism) as the most desirable philosophy to be understood by human beings. Anarchy maintains all the aspects that exist in rave, though they seem at odds: peace and chaos, freedom and responsibility, self and non-self.
Chaos is simply the lack of an organized structure which allows true peace to exist. Freedom is the ability to act according to one's wishes, which can only occur in conditions of great responsibility. The self is what we can control, but that control must not aggressively interfere with others' selves: the non-self.
The music is an outlet for that. Keeping the beat ensures peace, but the crowd experiences chaos. Track selection is completely free, but is done so responsibly to maintain peace and chaos. Finally, the DJ is one entity and the crowd is another. Two selves cooperating and adjusting to tracks selected to create a turbulent tranquility.
Slubot is anarchy and anarchy is rave.
15 June 2010
The Second Chief Directorate of the KGB was in charge of counter-intelligence and internal political control of the Soviet Union. In this mix, The Second Chief Directorate of the KJB, trance is introduced but dispatched to make room for an electro-banger regime following a multi-ethnic Bohemian era. Enjoy.
1. Tiesto - Carpe Noctum
2. Benny Benassi - Come Fly Away
3. Salt Tank - Eugina
4. DJ Jan - Blaxo
5. DJ Extacy - Satellites
6. DJ Dean - Protect your Ears
7. Paul Van Dyk - Castles In The Sky
8. Steve Mac - Paddy's Revenge (Radio Edit)
9. Deadmau5 - I Remember
10. Gigi Barocco Vs. Ice Mc - Think AbOOt It
11. Swedish House Mafia - One (Original Mix)
12. Sebastian Ingrosso - Laktos vs Scientists (Coldplay)
13. Worship - Starcrash
14. Steve Angello Feat Robin S - Show Me Love (Afrojack Remix)
15. Project Bassline - Drop The Pressure (Jack Beats 'Rinsed Out Rave' Remix)
16. Sonic Children - Stickin'
17. Gucci Vump - the boogieman (downtown remix)
18. Samim - Heater (Diplo Remix)
19. Gucci Vump - the boogieman (downtown remix)
20. Gucci Vump - Sha! Shtil! (L-Vis 1990 Remix)
21. Afrojack & Steve Aoki - No Beef (HQ Rip)
22. Ocelot - Beating Hearts (Louis La Roche Remix)
The God Damn KJB - Second Chief Directorate Mix
let's go back to the start,
13 June 2010
I was sick today and used my time to finally record something I've been working on. The first half is a lot of disco-influenced tracks with an increasing intensity. Then Rutger Hauer adds his 2 cents before we delve into some of my favorite electro-punk tracks/remixes I've been listening too. The whole thing ends and I don't care if it was exactly perfect, because well its says what I want it too.
1. Willy Wonka - Pure Imagination
2. Grum - Through the Night
3. Hussle Club - Loose Tights (VHS or Beta Remix)
4. Duck Sauce - Barbara Streisand (Baby Diego edit)
5. The Party Squad - Welkom Terug
6. Ocelot - Beating Hearts (Louis La Roche Remix)
7. Moguai - Nyce
8. MVSEVM - French Jeans (Dada Life Remix)
9. Rutger Hauer - Blade Runner Soliloquy
10. Refused feat. The Bloody Beetroots - New Noise
11. Grum - Go Back (Le Castle Vania Remix)
12. All Leather - I Don't Hate Fags, God Does (Congorock Remix)
13. Beastie Boys - Sabotage (DJ Kue Remix)
14. Alex Gopher - Handguns (Dada Life Remix)
15. Tiesto feat. Diplo - C'Mon
16. Afrojack & Sidney Samson - Quacky
17. Lady Gaga - Alejandro (Rusko's Papuseria Remix)
18. Coldplay - Kingdom Come (deCLASSIFIED: KJB fuck you remix in the works)
19. The Subs - Mitsubitchi (Bobermann Remix)
*recorded in Ableton 7, with LPD8 and LPK25 MIDI controllers
Look out for a pre-Electric Daisy Carnival mix in these weeks/days before that epic festival. Also working on Memorial Union Terrace set (open mic or otherwise) and/or set at the OPA club.
The God Damn KJB - Sunday Night Fever Mix
03 March 2010
music is perhaps the most free form of artistic expression, likely due to its universal appeal and understanding, as well as through its ease of transmission and sharing\ the god damn kjb understands this and has started its course into the realm of anarcho-musicalism with the following mix\ please enjoy and spread the joy as you see fit\ our time is very short, we must all try to do what we can, in all ways\\
run time: 50:10
1. Eric Cartman - Towel Call
2. Lady Gaga - Bad Romance (Grum Remix)
3. Calvin Harris - You Used To Hold Me
4. Dolby Anol - Cameroon
5. Dan Black feat. Kid Cudi - Symphonies (Dada Life Remix)
6. Doctor P - Sweet Shop
7. Gucci Vump - The Boogieman (Downtown Remix)
8. Stevie Wonder - Superstition (Fare Soldi Zupparstition Remix)
9. House of Pain - Jump Around (Deadmau5 Remix)
10. Etienne de Crecy - Welcome featuring The Bloody Beetroots
11. Barletta & Gianni Marion - Drop Out
12. Dragonette - Pick Up The Phone (Arithmetix Remix)
13. Destructo & Uberzone vs Major Lazer - Bruk Out (Destructo Remix)
14. Classixx - I'll Get You (Treasure Fingers Remix)
15. Kid Cudi - Pursuit of Happiness (Steve Aoki Dance Remix)
16. Wu-Tang Clan - Early Grave (featuring ODB & Bad Luck)
17. Junkie XL & Steve Aoki - 1967 Poem
18. Justice - Waters of Nazareth
The Anarchist's Birthday Mix