exclusive mix from phillip beretta, techno brat in residence of the pop manifesto. Take a peek inside beretta’s mind — and thus, the future — with this mix.
moon – summer ’06 (phillip’s winter ’10 edit)
apparat – sayulita
isolee – face b
holy other – your love (magick mountain deep cover remix)
traversable wormhole – closed timelike curve (marcel dettmann remix)
ellen allien – flashy flashy (alexi delano remix)
aerea negrot – all i wanna do (efdemin remix)
mirko loko – love harmonic (carl craig’s soundscape remix)
gold panda – snow & taxis (glitterbug’s pink snow ball remix)
fuck buttons – olympians
sonic youth – schizophrenia
speaking only for myself: it feels really redundant – reactionary, even – to record a mix and put it on the internet. like that awful guggenheim youtube exhibit, you know – you just cringe at the total cluelessness of superimposing heavy-handed curation on a medium that’s amazing because it’s totally personalized and disrupts archaic (vestigial?) unidirectional content delivery channels.
that’s to say: anyone and everyone can and should be mixing dance records, and all records are dance records, and there’s no reason to treat an mp3 file as a static object when you can be interacting with it, so why am i giving you a pre-mixed file and acting like i’m doing you a favor, right?
whatever, i’m giving myself douchechills “talking about music;” besides, it’s almost 2011 and people still care about pavement, so a dance mix is practically straight out of the motherfucking jetsons, right? here’s one of mine, hope you hate it!