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Infinite States Can Never Decay: Jonny5

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So the blog is ending and this is my last mix to be posted here…

Casting my mind back to the start of the project, I was very excited that Tom had asked me to contribute. The feeling that you can connect with people across the world purely through the shared love of music resonated with me. Not only could we as contributors continue to share our passion for great music with each other, but we could share it with the world at large. We are part of the first generation where this has been so easy.

I contributed plenty of mixes. I never found it easy to talk about music in words. Better to let the music do the talking, the words could never truely capture how I really felt. Nevertheless I enjoyed reading the thoughts of all the contributors here.

Over the last year or so I have been distracted from the blog in developing my Blindsign project. Hopefully I will finally get some Blindsign records out next year, if I can get my act together.

This is not the beginning of the end, it is only the end of the beginning…

…Infinite States Can Never Decay

Mix features some tracks by Streetwalker, D’Marc Cantu, Leisure Connection, Phantom Love, The Stranglers, Die Form, Hard Corps and more..

3 Comments

  1. frank says:

    i think we’re going to need an ID on that first track jonners

  2. jonny5 says:

    that would be the Mirda Rock by Reggie Griffin & Technofunk 🙂

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