Updated for late 2017: I'm still a grouchy Yankee. I'm still an electronic music snob. I'm now so old an hopelessly unhip that I haven't foggiest idea what the current genres of electronic dance music are. Given how awful they sound, I can't say I'm sorry.

2009 Saturnine DJ mix is still the biggest project I've ever done. Go here and download it in your choice of formats.

I like ...anything that doesn't suck. I'm generally in favor of Oliver Lieb tracks, and generally opposed to female vocals (unless it's Emiliana Torrini ...mmm).
Requests for records in my collection or CDRs/mp3s will be mercilessly ignored. Trades and offers for things in my wishlist welcome. However, I have absolutely zero interest in guessing at what you want for something. Requests to "make an offer" will be met with stony silence.

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posted a review of Keep Shelly In Athens - Campus Martius E.P.. about 11 hours ago
An early KSIA release from the Sarah P era, and an absolutely essential one ...for exactly one song on it. The stunning remix of Solar Bears' "Cub" is arguably still KSIA's greatest work. It's such a departure from the original that it is effectively... See full review
posted a review that has since been deleted. about 12 hours ago
posted a comment on Pork Recordings. about 1 month ago
To paraphrase Harvey Dent, you either die as Pork Recordings, or you live long enough to see yourself become Ninja Tune.
posted a comment on Iron Maiden - Twilight Zone / Wrathchild. about 1 month ago
A copy sold for over $8000 in 2020: https://www.revolvermag.com/culture/white-whale-vinyl-iron-maidens-ultra-rare-twilight-zone-brown-mispresst

No idea on how many extant. Single digit number I strongly suspect.
posted a comment on Dillinger's Massive Dub Beats Vol. 1* - Sensimilla. 2 months ago
This an 800lb gorilla of a release that precious few people know about. It's produced heavily (if not entirely) with an E-Mu SP-1200 sampling drum machiner. The SP-1200 was beloved by beat producers in the late 80s and early 90s for its 26KHz sample... See full review
posted a comment on Archive - Londinium. 5 months ago
I found this album in a used record shop for $15 in the very early 00s. I bought it on a whim, mostly because I liked the cover art so much. Ironically I almost didn't buy it because I thought it was too expensive. Little did I know what I had... See full review
posted a comment on Control X - Pay It Back. over 3 years ago
"Wires" is a sublime piece of downtempo breaks. Gorgeous analogue pads, a burbling acid synth under miles of reverb and almost IDM-like percussion make for a gorgeous slice of mid-90s bliss. What elevates Wires to greatness is the dialog sampled... See full review
posted a comment on Simon From Deep Divas Vs Corona - The Rhythm Of The Night. over 7 years ago
Every one of these mixes is unimaginably terrible, except for the Lanfranchi & Farina mix. The other five mixes all make excessive use of ear bleeding "electro" noises and utterly irritating sample stuttering. They are so actively bad, one wonders if... See full review
posted a comment that has since been deleted. over 8 years ago
submitted Smith & Mudd - Vegetable Square. over 8 years ago
posted a review of Hypetraxx - The Darkside. over 10 years ago
Such a guilty pleasure for me. This track follows the then-ubiquitous trance formula to a T, and adds some truly questionable spoken vocals on top of it. For some reason this dubious combination works far better than it has any right to do. Reminds me... See full review
posted a review of Morcheeba - What New York Couples Fight About. over 13 years ago
I've been listening to Morcheeba for over a decade at this point, and I've always enjoyed their music. It's smooth, groovy trip hop, and makes for delicious ear candy. That said, it's never carried much emotional impact for me. No one's going... See full review
posted a review of DJ High (2) - Ambient Planet Vol. 1. over 14 years ago
Quite a strange release here. Purported to be a DJ mix, it's hardly mixed at all. Each track stands on its own, with only slight crossfading at the end. The track selection is fairly incongruous, and not in a clever, juxtaposed way. I have no idea... See full review
posted a review of Andreas Krämer & Thomas Pogadl - Lecker Mädche' EP. over 14 years ago
I am by no means an expert in German, but "Lecker Mädche" roughly translates to "Licking Girl." It follows then that track B1 contains the spoken sample "Give me head / Until I'm dead" continually looped throughout it. Krämer & Pogadl have visited... See full review
posted a review of Chino (4) - Winding Down / Copantl. over 15 years ago
To those unhip to drum n bass parlance, the terminology of the genre can seem rather odd and obscure. While there isn't a dnb glossary printed on the label of this release, the A-side will clear up at least one junglist definition: it is the... See full review
posted a review of Chris Su* - Sphere EP. over 15 years ago
Quite a mixed bag here, really. "Need You Tonight" is not awful, but is ultimately forgettable. "Bad Girls" is one of the most painfully annoying dnb tracks I had the misfortune to hear in 'aught four. "Do you know that bad girls have to listen to... See full review
posted a review of Artificial Intelligence. over 16 years ago
The poster boys for the liquid funk sub-(sub)genre of drum n bass. Their songs (at least the good ones) aren't so much "formulaic" as they "follow the exact same blueprint." This, however, is not a bad thing. These guys essentially make house music... See full review
posted a review of Woob - Woob 1194. over 16 years ago
One of the most soul-stirringly beautiful albums I've ever heard. I highly recommend listening to it with a really _good_ pair of headphones. The half hour plus opening track is a challenge even for deadicated ambient-heads, but anyone who sits... See full review
posted a review of Various - Voodoo Roux Deux. over 16 years ago
A classic release for three reasons: tracks 2, 7 & 8. Deep Dive Corp's "Relaxer" is by far the best thing about their _Blackmail Recordings_ album. Spooky, creepy, ethereal downtempo with a massive bassline. "wave upon wave carried me over, beyond... See full review
posted a review of Moguai Pres. Punx - The Rock. over 17 years ago
Funky filtered bassline, and brilliant use of an Audio Two "Top Billin'" sample. It's no secret why Data picked this one up.
posted a review of Teste - The Wipe. over 18 years ago
The Wipe is amazingly beautiful and exceedingly painful at the same time. Not merely a track, it's a miniature piece of performance art. To be done right, the audience should be wincing from ear-shredding treble while being unable to stop moving... See full review
posted a review of Sasha - Xpander EP. over 18 years ago
This possibly the only production by Sasha I like. In truth, most of the credit is due to his studio techs for dailing in the perfect reverb and effects, and tweaking things to perfection. I like Expander, but for me the Baja is the real gem here. ... See full review
posted a review of Skeleton (2) - Nomithule. over 18 years ago
"A four piece Maskanda band from Zululand that grew from the ashes of a band called M'Shoza - three members of which were gunned down in one of South Africa's less publicised atrocities - Skeleton exemplify the philosophy of 'optimism from adversity'.... See full review
posted a review of Node - Node. over 18 years ago
Like a lost Tangerine Dream album, only better. Dave Bessell, Gary Stout, Ed Buller, and Flood (who's produced U2 and Nine Inch Nails) cling tightly to their vintage keyboards and make them click, howl, sweep, and pulse with nothing less than... See full review
posted a review of Various - Turntable Tastemakers 2 - These Are Hooj Choons. over 18 years ago
An odd release in many ways, containing some absolute gems (Carnival Da Casa, Dem Dem, Music), and some real chunder (Don't You Want Me). It shows just how ahead of the curve Hooj was on the "progressive" sound. Several of the songs were extracted... See full review
posted a review of Grace - If I Could Fly. over 18 years ago
When it came out in 1996, I loved the Oakey & Ozzy full-on trance mix. Its phantasmagoria and hyperactivity matched my youthful exuberance on the dancefloor. Listening to it some seven years later, I find it has not aged well at all. Some dance... See full review
posted a review of Pob - Boiler. over 18 years ago
This record is yet another case of a completely uninspiring track that is turned into a massive track by a deft remixer. The original mix is vaugely bleepy and pseudo-tribal, but spends far too much time noodling about and never *goes* anywhere. The... See full review
posted a review of Drivenchild. over 18 years ago
Drivenchild was a project by Steve Porter and Aaryn Blane when Steve still lived in Amherst, MA.
posted a review of Deadbeats - Got It Goin On. over 18 years ago
Truth be told, the Deadbeats aren't much to write home about. Their sample-and-cycle pseudo downtempo comes across as a "chilled" take on Armand Van Helden's _Sampleslaya_ That is, the more obnoxious bits of hip hop looped ad nauseum. "Got It Goin'... See full review
posted a review of Deetron - The Cutters Revenge. over 18 years ago
Funky techno-with-jungle-basslines in the style of Adam Beyer's Mr. Sliff project.
posted a review of System F Featuring Armin van Buuren - Exhale. over 18 years ago
The original is, more or less, a textbook example of everything that is wrong with trance. Blippy, uninteresting percussion, overbearing pretentious build ups, and a gag-inducing string patch. However, Sander K's mix is gritty, funky and deeply... See full review
posted a review of Dub Pistols - Official Chemical. over 18 years ago
The Dub Pistols generally ebody everything that is insipid, lame and wrong with big beat, and "Official Chemical" is no exception. That said, Eric Kupper's Deep Dub mix is amazingly effective. He wisely removes all but a few key lines from the... See full review
posted a review of Funky Technicians - Airtight. over 18 years ago
Instantly recognizable. Possibly the greatest single moment of the "intelligent" drum n' bass movement.
posted a review of L.S.G. - Blueprint E.P.. over 18 years ago
I own over 100 OL 12"s (not including this one, sadly), and I am fairly sure at this point that this is Mr. Lieb's crowning achievment. Epic, orchestral trance, miles deep and full of emotion.