DJ Slip

Real Name:
Troy Geary
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DJ Slip Discography Tracks

Albums

DJ Slip - The Machines Will Know Who You Are album art DJ Slip The Machines Will Know Who You Are (Album) Kanzleramt Germany 2000 Sell This Version
BB025 DJ Slip - She's A Time Traveller album art DJ Slip She's A Time Traveller(CD, Album) Broklyn Beats BB025 US 2006 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

DJ Slip - Untitled album art Auto Kinetic vs. DJ Slip Auto Kinetic vs. DJ Slip - Untitled (EP) Electric Music Foundation US 1995 Sell This Version
DJ Slip - Jill's Meth album art DJ Slip Jill's Meth Missile Records UK 1996 Sell This Version
DJ Slip - Chapel Perilous album art DJ Slip Chapel Perilous Tape US 1996 Sell This Version
Missile 13.5 DJ Slip - The House Of God album art D.H.S* vs. DJ Slip D.H.S* vs. DJ Slip - The House Of God(12", Ltd) Missile Records Missile 13.5 UK 1996 Sell This Version
DJ Slip - 'Sketches' Vol. 1 album art DJ Slip 'Sketches' Vol. 1 Missile Records UK 1996 Sell This Version
DJ Slip - Sketches Vol. 2 album art DJ Slip Sketches Vol. 2 Missile Records, Missile Records UK 1996 Sell This Version
fear001 Tim Taylor / DJ Slip Tim Taylor / DJ Slip - Fear Of Music(12", W/Lbl) Fear Of Music fear001 UK 1997 Sell This Version
DJ Slip - Singularity album art DJ Slip Singularity Kanzleramt Germany 1997 Sell This Version
DJ Slip - The Fall Of Jupiter album art DJ Slip The Fall Of Jupiter Parotic Music US 1997 Sell This Version
DJ Slip - Cosmopolitan EP album art DJ Slip Cosmopolitan EP (EP) MakeOut Music US 1997 Sell This Version
DJ Slip - The Minneapolis Sessions album art Freddie Fresh*, Tim Taylor, DJ Slip & Dan Zamani Freddie Fresh*, Tim Taylor, DJ Slip & Dan Zamani - The Minneapolis Sessions Missile Records UK 1997 Sell This Version
DJ Slip - Urban Penetration album art DJ Slip Urban Penetration Parotic Music US 1997 Sell This Version
DJ Slip - Music For The Physical Theatre album art DJ Slip Presents Emerald City (3) DJ Slip Presents Emerald City (3) - Music For The Physical Theatre Music Man Records Belgium 1997 Sell This Version
DJ Slip - Slipotika album art DJ Slip Slipotika Missile Records UK 1997 Sell This Version
Analog 33 DJ Slip - Minneapolis Sessions Part 2 album art Dan Zamani, DJ Slip, Freddie Fresh* & Tim Taylor Dan Zamani, DJ Slip, Freddie Fresh* & Tim Taylor - Minneapolis Sessions Part 2(12") Analog Records USA Analog 33 US 1997 Sell This Version
subv12 DJ Slip - 808 To Nice album art DJ Slip 808 To Nice(12", Ltd) Subvoice Electronic Music subv12 Japan 1997 Sell This Version
DBN051 DJ Slip - No Satellites Please album art DJ Slip No Satellites Please(12") Drop Bass Network DBN051 US 1997 Sell This Version
EF 25-12 DJ Slip - How Many Fingers Am I Holding Up? album art DJ Slip How Many Fingers Am I Holding Up?(12") Electric Music Foundation EF 25-12 US 1997 Sell This Version
DJ Slip - Over Unity album art DJ Slip Over Unity Missile Records UK 1998 Sell This Version
KA 26 DJ Slip - Popmusic album art DJ Slip Popmusic(12") Kanzleramt KA 26 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
Missile 32 DJ Slip - Broken Cake album art DJ Slip Broken Cake(12") Missile Records Missile 32 UK 1998 Sell This Version
MM 042 DJ Slip - Emerald City album art DJ Slip Emerald City(12") Music Man Records MM 042 Belgium 1998 Sell This Version
CR001 DJ Slip - Never Look Back Kid album art DJ Slip Never Look Back Kid(12") Creation Rebel CR001 US 1998 Sell This Version

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pulsemod

pulsemod

April 27, 2018
DJ Slip is probably the most unorthodox producer I've ever heard. Another Midwestern original that left a large stylistic footprint on the world of electronic beat music. You kind of have to just lose yourself in his psychedelic world to really hear his music for what it is. It is easy to get lost in there. Very listenable, yet very intense, weird, cerebral, system destroying. Nothing else like it. I never had a chance to hear him live. I missed out. In another life brother.
Felix_S

Felix_S

March 31, 2018
you just have to listen through his portfolio, just an very dedicated producer, the minimalistic beats are out of time
LaKing

LaKing

August 4, 2002
Excellent drumloops, bit broken but always genial, + great sounds and effects. Sometimes minimalistic, always cool.The records have always something from the label, so Missile + Dj Slip is a bit better then Kanzleramt + Dj Slip in my eyes. Dj Slip always uses the full range of the given style, so i never heard a track wich sounds like something or somebody else. I dont really understand the techno scene, i only saw one flyer with dj slip on in europe, it was one of the last parties in Omen/Frankfurt (A terrible place where after you have nightmares and more...) and other artists make one good record and playing then everywhere, im sure Dj Slip is a name like Carl Cox but somehow the public doesent knows. If you like one track from DJ Slip, you will always search for DJ Slip's releases.

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