Deadbeat ‎– Radio Rothko



Deadbeat As We Conquer (09 Edit) 0:39
Various Artists (3) No. 3 (Debit) 3:11
DeepChord Grandbend 2:16
Basic Channel Quadrant Dub I 5:09
Pendle Coven Exigen 1:42
Deadbeat Port Of Rix 2:16
MLZ Dark Days 1:29
Quantec Electromagnetic Pulse 4:26
Marko Fürstenberg Site 312 4:33
Monolake Static 5:31
Deadbeat Magnetic North 3:07
2562 Redux 3:37
Monolake Sepia 1:52
Rhythm & Sound Mango Drive 3:37
Intrusion Tswana Dub (Phase90 Restructure) 3:45
Mikkel Metal Stephan 5:16
Maurizio M06A 1:39
Substance & Vainqueur Reverberation 5:36
Deadbeat Deep Structure 7:00

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AG052 Deadbeat Radio Rothko(CD, Mixed) theAgriculture AG052 US 2010 Sell This Version
AG-052 Deadbeat Radio Rothko(19xFile, FLAC, Mixed) theAgriculture AG-052 US 2010
AG-052 Deadbeat Radio Rothko(19xFile, MP3, Mixed, 320) theAgriculture AG-052 US 2010
317364 Deadbeat Radio Rothko(File, AIFF, Mixed) theAgriculture 317364 US 2010
317364 Deadbeat Radio Rothko(File, WAV, Mixed) theAgriculture 317364 US 2010


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August 3, 2014
referencing Radio Rothko, CD, Mixed, AG052

I want to report that is circulating on Discogs sealed versions on CD-r of Deadbeat - Radio Rothko. Be careful and ask before you buy this cd.


March 18, 2013
referencing Radio Rothko, CD, Mixed, AG052

As the other comments have stated, this is an exceptional dub-tech mix by one of the biggest names in the genre. Deadbeat touches on all of the key players, including more than a few from the innovative Basic Channel/Chain Reaction camp, and current favourites like DeepChord and Intrusion. I like the inclusion of 2562's "Redux," too, because it provides a nice rhythmic break, and is an example of how dub-tech can influence dubstep with great results. My only complaint is that there's hardly any come-down at the end of the mix; it slowly builds, peaks, eases off a bit, then peaks again with "Reverberation" and "Deep Structure" right at the end. With about 10:00 of space left on the disc I would have preferred a slower finish, but honestly, that's a small quibble when dealing with a mix as well-executed as this. Absolutely essential for any fan of dub-tech and deep, minimal techno.


September 4, 2012
referencing Radio Rothko, CD, Mixed, AG052

The mix-flow is extremely good. Excellent track programming, feeling very natural.
Keeps me moving from beginning till end; no annoying moments. Dub pace like it should.
Will make me smile at every spin. :-)) Thanks Deadbeat!



October 21, 2011
edited 7 months ago
referencing Radio Rothko, CD, Mixed, AG052

After nearly 5 years of listening to this I must admit, this mix is close to perfection. And by saying that I really mean perfection. And hey, this is basically a dubtech only mix on CD. You heard many of them? This makes it even more badass. One of the most-often-listened-to cds in my collection. Dub tech from all sides of view, dub-zen at its finest. This CD is inspiration.

P.S. Please give a go to the extended and deep essay by Philip Sherbourne found inside in a booklet. It's another reason to buy this CD. Thank you Philip and thank you Scott.


June 29, 2011
referencing Radio Rothko, CD, Mixed, AG052
Pure pleasure! I love this Remix album!


May 17, 2011
referencing Radio Rothko, CD, Mixed, AG052
This is one of the best records I've bought in the past year, or more. Just marvelous. Run, don't walk.


February 9, 2011
referencing Radio Rothko, CD, Mixed, AG052
This is some serious dub-tech groovy funk that makes your mind-body link. Excellent mix!


June 10, 2010
referencing Radio Rothko, CD, Mixed, AG052

What a mix!
What I really like is that the mix never leaves the dub-tech genre.
Usually DJ's shift to techno or (worse even) dubstep.

A great selection of artists, avoiding the obvious picks.
Personal highlight: M06A vs Reverberation... Wow!