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DJ Format & The Simonsound - Paris DJs Mix



DJ Format and The Simonsound Paris DJs Mix

"The Simonsound is Simon James and Matt Ford (DJ Format). Sometimes we make music together and sometimes alone and maybe that's a bit confusing but we don't mind as long as people enjoy the music. When we started making music together as The Simonsound we didn't want people to associate it with the music of DJ Format because it is so completely different but eventually we decided to let people know and just judge for themselves. The mix is a selection of Psychedelic/Electric records from around the world collected by Matt and put together by Matt & Simon. DJ Format's new album A Statement Of Intent is due for release in Feb 2012. Reverse Engineering by The Simonsound is available on Vinyl,CD & MP3." (DJ Format)

DJ Format and The Simonsound Paris DJs Mix
DJ Format & The Simonsound - Paris DJs Mix
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2011-10-15

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Tracklisting :
01. The Simonsound - Intro
02. Klaus Weiss - Jumping Balls (Germany)
03. Triangle - Ponction Binaire(France)
04. Voyage - Outre Tombe(France)
05. Peter Thomas - Coordinates Meeting (Germany)
06. Kids With Guns Skit (Germany)
07. Unity - O Wa Nou Me Nou Ma (France)
08. Equipe 84 - Ladro (Italy)
09. The 31st Of February - A Nickel's Worth Of Benny's Help (USA)
10. Coley - Dirty Jo (UK)
11. Danish Bacon (Denmark)
12. A Bad Trip to the Docteur (France)
13. The Electric Piano Playground - Psychedelic Piano Playground (USA)
14. The Parasites Of The Western World - A Rare Case Of The Blues (USA)
15. Mind Blowing Skit (USA)
16. Krzysztof Klenczon - Nie Przejdziemy Do Historii (Poland)
17. Chrysalis - April Grove (USA)
18. Sam Gopal - Angry Faces (UK)
19. Linn County - Suspended (USA)
20. Phluph - Love Eyes (USA)
21. George & Beatovens - Kde Ticho Umira (Czech Republic)
22. Andre Popp - Piccolo Et Saxo A Music City (France)
23. Rebecca And The Sunny Brook Farmers - Better Dead Than Red (USA)
24. The Split Level - Looking At The Rose Through World Colored Glasses (USA)
25. The Happenings - Imagine (USA)
Total time : 58mn36s

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Credits :
Selected and mixed by DJ Format & The Simonsound
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork layout by Djouls (djouls.com with the help of Nicolas Tamisier

Links :
DJ Format : official | bandcamp | discogs | facebook | parisdjs | soundcloud | twitter | wikipedia | youtube
The Simonsound : official (1) | official (2) | bandcamp | discogs | facebook | myspace | parisdjs | podcast | soundcloud | tumblr | twitter | youtube
Paris DJs : official | facebook | myspace | soundcloud | twitter | youtube


‪The Simonsound - Tour De Mars (DJ Food video re-edit)‬

More mixes from The Simonsound :

The Simonsound Transmission One
Features music from pioneering electronic composer Fred Judd, Canadian pop-psych group The Sugar Shoppe and British jazz artist Bob Downes amongst further library mood music, spaced out rock and electronics
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The Simonsound Transmission no.2
An audio accompaniment to inner and outer space exploration
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Mr Primate Mr Primate ·  15 October 2011, 14:49

This is great , I'll be sticking a link on my blog asap

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