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Guest Mix: Dan Orchard (Delete)

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Our latest guest mix comes from Bournemouth, England via Moscow, Russia – which reads better than “Berlin based” any day of the week. Dan Orchard, resident at Bournemouth’s Delete party is a name possibly many aren’t familiar with – though he has popped up at festivals such as Free Rotation –  but that should most certainly not be a hindrance to checking this out. It’s just more proof that there are many great Djs hidden in plain sight, outside of your traditional hotspots. Dan recently played a couple of dates in Russia alongside Conforce and this recording comes from the Moscow leg, a near 2hr unedited recording that does what we love here at ISM; varied genres, old and new put together smartly and with a class that’ll keep the listener gripped throughout.

Transportation AAD – U funk
DJ Qu – Cycling
Derive – Schicksalhafte Begegnung
Klankman – Beginnersgeest
Sandman – Magnolia
M Jupiter – Croesus
The Other Side of The City – The Final Chase
Tantra – Wishbone
Privacy – Code
Dj Kaos
Wind – Luxury
H Bergqvist – Our City
Tyree Cooper – House Music is My Life
Gavin Russom – Blood Codes
Andreas Gehm – Universe
Amnesie – Turas David
Calzamatta- Experience
Seixlack – Mini Folia
A Jokers Bizarre – Betaville (Timothy J Fairplay remix)
E Myers – Home
Schatrax and Aubrey – Cheap Knob Gags
J.T.C – Press Your Body
Space Knight – Space Alert
Klorex 55 – I Cant You
Underground Resistance – The Wind
Univac – Lunik
Sexual Harrassment – I Need A Freak (John Selway Mix)
Joe Zawinul – The Harvest
Jeff Mills – Keatons Theme” (Back To The Basics mix)
Neuropolitique – Wide

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