Thursday, December 31, 2009

Ceoltronic Radio Live tonight 22-24:00 GMT/23-01:00 on RTE Pulse ringing in the New Year!! Have a great night everyone

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

DJ 3000 is back in Dublin on January 29th. Should be a good one

Ceoltronic Radio Live on New Years Eve GMT and CET - RTE Pulse

I will be ringing in the New Year live on Ceoltronic Radio for listeners in Central Europe, London and Dublin time zones. The show will broadcast from 23-01:00 CET/22-24:00 GMT on RTE Pulse.
I will be live in the mix for the two hours. Playing some new stuff, some old stuff and whatever else.

RTE Pulse broadcasts on If you are listening in Ireland you can also catch the show on NTL channel 943 and DAB.

Have a nice New Years everyone!!

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Yo for anyone cold chillin tonight, I've got Lutzenkirchen back on the show for a guest mix. 22-24:00 GMT on + NTL 943

Friday, December 11, 2009

I'm playing in Pygmalion tonight for anyone about town, 1 am to closing. Have a nice weekend if I don't cya...

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Heartthrob on Ceoltronic Radio tonight 22-24:00 GMT on

Thursday, December 3, 2009

And we're live. It's Minus night on Ceoltronic. celebrating four years of broadcasting
Richie Hawtin, Magda, Ambivalent, Barem and Ali Demirel on Ceoltronic Radio tonight 22-24:00 GMT

Back to Basics on Ceoltronic Radio

I have been doing some thinking in recent times. There seems to be a wash of very samey samey radio shows popping up with people playing a lot of similar music. I personally don't want to sound like anyone else so I've been looking at how I can pull away from what's out there

It came back to one simple thing, simplification, returning back to basics. When I started Ceoltronic 4 years ago, the techno/minimal thing was getting barely any air play and I presented my show on three turntables. It was the only show of its type in Ireland at the time. As time pushed on, some promoters asked me to slow down my mixing when I was warming up for people and eventually it just fell by the wayside the more I got into production. My show was about the music still but my essential method of delivery changed, which was fine because not that many people were playing the music I was playing at the time. Now every muppet is playing "Tech House" so I have to think again, how can I distance myself from this shit?

So, on this day, the fourth birthday show for Ceoltronic Radio, I want to announce a return to the 1s 2s an 3s in the new year. I am going to have less guests and guest mixes will only get about 30 minutes of my show unless they are exceptional. Few are these days and most times I could do better myself, live and with music I've never played before. I literally download tracks and they go straight onto the show. Now its time to up the game man. I don't need big name guest mixes to sound shit hot or to buy credibility. I'll do it my fucking self.

Jeff "The Wizard" Mills inspired me to get into radio with his show on WJLB in the 80's and I want to return to that. This is how Ceoltronic started and I will get back to it. It might be a bit messy at first sure, but at least I wont sound like all the other shit thats out there. It's been three years since I played three turntables and you will be able to listen to me shake off the rust over the course of 2010. I more than likely wont be practicing outside of the show. I spend all my spare time making music so this is it. Radio is the only space I can push myself as a DJ outside of the club.

Many thanks to all who have supported me and contributed to the show over the past four years. The last year itself has been crazy. I've taken the opportunity to learn from some great producers and that's the standard of guests I want to maintain next year for anyone that does come on the show. Outside of that, It's gonna be straight up, three turntables and no bull shit. All mixing will be done live; no shity pre-recorded mixes acting like I'm doing it on the fly. No no. This is real deal live radio, just like Jeff used to do all those years ago. This way people will get an honest reflection of me as a DJ and they can judge from their sitting rooms if I'm any good. If you do like my shit, come down to my gigs.

I'm not the guy that will prostitute himself all over the net begging for listeners. I'll do a few posts here and there but I hope quality will shout louder than bullshit press releases etc.

Live tonight from 22-24:00 GMT I am marking 4 years of Ceoltronic Radio with a special feature titled "A Day With Minus" This includes interviews with Richie Hawtin, Barem, Magda, Ambivalent and Ali Demirel. Also catch a Fabric Radio mix from Magda.

Thanks for reading. I hope you have a nice weekend. Take care and heres to another year.....

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Catch Richie Hawtin, Magda, Ambivalent, Barem and Ali Demirel on Ceoltronic this Thursday 22-24:00 GMT

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Amsterdam Dance Event 2009 Reviewed

ADE Review

I arrived in Amsterdam at 2pm local time on Wednesday the 21st of October, I had to rush to get from the plane to my hostel before 4 o'clock or else I lost my bed. My damn credit card didn't even have enough on it to cover one night. That Access Virus cleaned me out. What can ya do?

So I get a shower and make my way down to the Felix Meritis to register and then onto the Dylan Hotel for a drinks reception courtesy of Pioneer and my first meeting of the event with ELSD creative. I was actually shocked at how organised these guys were. They had a binder full of print outs for each person they were meeting. I felt pretty inadequate with my RTE business cards!! I drank there for a while and caught up with a familiar face or two and met lots of new people which was cool. Caught up with the guys from Process recordings for a bit, they had a wicked release recently with Abe Duque and the Dark Prince himself, Blake Baxter (check it out btw). Cool heads. That was really funny.

I went back to my hostel then with every intention of going out that night but I got wasted. The hostel was just too much fun. I had a busy three days and nights ahead of me anyway so I wasn't too worried.

I woke up Thursday and got down to the Felix for a busy day of panels. Some really interesting stuff on at that time. First up was the "Do DJs need Managers" panel hosted by James Bullock from Elite Management and included panelists such as Dave Clarke, Arash Shirazi (Bullitt), Bjorn Schipper (Bousie Lawyers) and Mason. I caught up with James and Arash after the panel to discuss. Then I made my way to the "DJ Industry" panel hosted by Eamonn Ford and featured Nick Warren, Olga Heijins (Unmanageable Artists), Martje Kremers (Decked Out) and Martin Gontad (Creamfields BA). I interviewed Nick Warren and Eamonn after the panel. The panel was a positive discussion about the modern DJ and what she/he needs to do to make it.

Then I met up with a trusty Irish woman for a drink at the bar ;) and got introduced to Dutch producer Patch Park who is doing some cool stuff with the crew from White Noise. I interviewed him and he some interesting music with him. I then interviewed James Nidecker and Roderick Fox from Strom Recordings; another Dutch label. James runs the label and Roderick is one of his producers. Chatted with James before on the phone and it was good to catch up. He's working hard with the label and pushing out a lot of new Dutch talent.

From there I hit the artist debate featuring DJ Bone, Henrik Schwarz, Chris Liebing, Joris Voorn and Armin Van Burin. This was one of the most anticipated panels for me. It was like waiting for a fight after school. Bone and Van Burin sitting side by side. All was good natured in the end and the panel went pretty well. Topics covered were the modern DJ, Digital, business end stuff, Independant vs Major labels. After that I hit the bar again and then had a good chat with DJ Bone. I admire what this dude stands up for. God knows somebody has to step up for the art-form of the DJ which is sadly becoming a novelty or an idealistic view of days gone by. Far from it. As Bone argued, most guys on a laptop couldn't do what he does with three turntables. Which is a fair point. It is also important to mention that Bone caught Josh Wink the night before and enjoyed his set which was on a laptop. If every laptop DJ could play like that, it wouldn't be so bad. But the laptop allows people to become DJs who wouldn't have otherwise cut it. In this sense talent is being bypassed. This is the word according to Bone. Keep an eye out for Subject Detroit in the next few months. Lots of releases on the way....

Thursday night then I caught some of the SuperRauw & Decked Out party at the Melkweg which featured Boys Noize (Boys Noize Records, DE), Dj Mehdi (Ed Banger Records, FR), Brodinski (Turbo Recordings, FR), Jamaica (Unsunned, FR) live, Joost van Bellen (Rauw, NL), VJ : 00KAAP (Rauw, NL). I left there to catch the Freerange party but sadly I got to the venue too late. It was full. It was too late at that stage to check the Innervisions party. I got back to the hostel and played chess with a dude that couldn't speak English. I think he was Argentinian. Great game. I lost!

Friday, now Friday was a big day. This day was all about the 4 Years of Ceoltronic Birthday Show: A Day with Minus. That broadcasts on the 3rd of December. I got up, watched the Richie Hawtin Slices documentary on my laptop and burnt some CD demos.

I made my way to the Dylan Hotel and there I was at 3pm standing in at Richie Hawtin's panel at the conference. He hosted a panel on the direction of electronic music from a legal sense, a technology sense, a DJ sense and his overall view on the direction of real time interaction between artists and their audience during a performance. He is looking at the idea of integrating artists who are in their studio at home into a live show in real time. Probably not possible at the moment but these are the kind of ideas Richie thinks about.

From there I made my way to the GSUS store. This is a clothes shop but on this day it played host to Magda, Ambivalent and Richie Hawtin. The place was seriously rammed. Getting in the door itself was a mission. But I got in and it was rockin. GSUS could have been mistaken for a sauna that day. I caught up with Magda briefly before her set. The place was seriously crazy. The crowd was quite young which is good to see. God knows a number of dance clubs in Ireland have struggled to attract a younger audience on a regular basis.

After that I had to go for a shower. That place was roasting! I made my way down to the Melkweg where there was a preview screening of the "Making Contakt" DVD. This was a behind the scenes look at the production behind the hugely successful Minus Contakt tour last year. Ups, downs, good gigs, bad gigs, it was all in there. I must say I really enjoyed it. Getting a look at a production of that scale was really informative. Richie and Ali Demirel (Visual Artist) answered questions after then screening. Before that though I caught up with Richie to chat about his involvement in the ADE that year and of course the Contakt tour. I was lucky enough to have caught the Contakt show in Amsterdam last year and I have to say it was the best electronic music showcase I have ever seen. Turns out it was also one of their best shows of the tour if not the best so I was seriously lucky.

From the Melkweg I strolled down to the Metro at Grand Central and made my way out to the Powerzone. Taxi would have cost an absolute fortune! Once I arrived, I got my press passes and learned that I was one of four people with the privilege. On the night, Richie, Magda, Ambivalent, Barem, Hobo and JPLS played. I caught up with Ambivalent and Barem as well as Ali Demirel. I'm a massive fan of his work, a true artist. From then on in the show was a real pleasure. Music was great, DJing was great, beer was great. Cool crew of people I have to say. The gig finished and I was lucky enough to get a lift close to Central. Life saver. I was talking to a woman that turned out to be a wrestler and I'm pretty sure she had intentions of raping me! She was kinda pushing me and shit. I bailed on that situation :)

I got back to the Hostel to find a few people still up. Winded down with a beer and hit the hay. I set 5 alarms to make sure I got up on Saturday. Another big day ahead. I got up, got my compulsory Irish breakfast and made it down to the Felix for an auld audience with Peter Hook. The interviewer covered everything from Joy Division up to his recently published book "How not to run a nightclub" based on the seminal Hacienda club. That was cool despite the interviewers best efforts. I thought he was brutal and was devoid of any personality. The manner in which he approached Ian's suicide had to be seen to be believed. Like a lump hammer. An absolute disgrace. I was lucky enough to catch Peter after this for a quick chat about his book and the ADE.

After that, another eagerly anticipated panel with Mike Banks (UR) and Carl Craig (Planet E). It was another really good panel despite the same interviewers best efforts. Having this guy talk to Mike Banks is like sending a tabloid journalist to speak with Nelson Mandela. Another atrociously bad interview on his part but luckily it was all about Mike and Carl. They talked about Detroit, their respective careers and where Detroit is at the minute. Mike got a bizarre question from the audience had to be said but it was more than well handled. After this I caught up with Dave Clarke just before his Demolition panel with Stacey Pullen et al

Derrick May was hosting a room upstairs at the same time so I had to check that out. Was initially scheduled for the Friday, which was out for me due to the Minus parties, but luckily for me, it was moved to Saturday. Derrick hosted a very relaxed room with Eddy De Clerc (The guy that brought House and Techno to Holland) and an unbelievably talented photographer whose name escapes me now. He has this wealth of outstanding photography, a huge collection over the course of his life, and it is important to mention that he still isn't happy with what he's got for his first book. An outstanding talent. Find of the conference for me. His work was on a slide show throughout the chat. There were pictures of Juan and Derrick way back. This guy has quite a collection. The discussion itself was quite broad ranging from the Detroit days to electronic music in the Netherlands during this period. Eddy was the guy that brought Derrick over from Detroit initially and Derrick ended up living in Amsterdam for a couple of years.

I have to say this was the perfect end to the day conference. A very relaxed and laid back panel. Members of the audience included Mike Banks, DJ Bone, John Acquaviva and Cornelius. I interviewed Cornelius after this and I have to say it was great to hear somebody being so upbeat about Detroit and what is coming out of there at the moment. A nice contrast from some of the doom a gloom talk you tend to hear on the airwaves.

After everything calmed down, a few of us went for food and a drink or two in a really nice Chinese restaurant near Grand Central. I got a text then at 10 pm giving me the all clear to sit in on Dennis Ruyers radio show, live from a radio studio at the Powerzone nightclub. Dennis runs the "Dance Department" on Hollands national broadcaster and his Podcasts have received numerous awards and attracts thousands of downloads. The Powerzone was host to the Cocoon party that night and Dennis had all the Cocoon guys there. When I arrived Karotte was DJing and the studio was packed. Then Sven arrived and after a while he and Karotte did an interview with Dennis. The interview was very relaxed and good natured and I have to say, Dennis looked like he was really enjoying himself throughout the show. I caught up with Dennis after his show for a quick interview. After that I had a listen to some upcoming Dutch DJs in the back room who I have to say were really good. The future is bright for Amsterdam. Then I caught Sven and Karotte's sets in the main room. Sven's set was great, Karotte was cool but a bit flat after him I felt.

As the night rolled on, my eyes got heavy and I made a move towards my bed by about 6 am. No juice left for the Cocoon after party. I think I squeezed enough in anyway. Once I got back to the hostel I had a beer and crashed out. I was flying out on the Sunday for a change. Usually I stay on the Sunday to hang out with some friends but they weren't in Amsterdam this year. A friend of mine picked up tickets for the Warped Records night in The Button Factory in Dublin which was great. Perfect way to round off a perfect trip.

Podcast Link to my ADE feature on Ceoltronic Radio:

Part two of my ADE coverage goes out on the 3rd of December from 22-24:00 GMT on celebrating 4 years of Ceoltronic Radio. "A Day with Minus"

Friday, November 27, 2009

Ceoltronic Radio is live now on interview with Ramon Tapia coming up shortly

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Ceoltronic Radio ADE Feature 201109

This year at the ADE was busier than ever. Between running around to different panels, interviewing as many people as possible, running around Amsterdam trying to keep up with Minus, backstage at Minus and Cocoon parties, catching interviews and generally enjoying top end event productions, sitting in on Dennis Ruyer's radio show and catching up with some good friends now at this stage, it was an intense few days to say the least, but as always I came back inspired, focused and re-energised (even though I barely slept over there!) from my fourth visit to the ADE.

Thanks again to the organisers for producing another inspiring conference. It's one of my few trips abroad every year (yes, funnily enough, music pays me fuck all :))

Have a nice week.

First hour,

Interviews with:
James Bullock - Elite Management, GB,
Arash Shirazi - Bullet, US,
Eamonn Forde - Music Week, GB,
Nick Warren - Way Out West, GB,
Dennis Reyer - Dance Department, NL,
Peter Hook, GB,
Patch Park, Renaissance (UK), NL,

Features a section of my ADE compilation. Tracks include:

Lucy, Bomb Lin, Time is Now,
Chaim, We Do, BPitch Control,
Mihai Popavicio & Jay Bliss, Mime Tachine,
Audiofly, Shazam - David K remix,
DJ T, Sine on (DJ T's Twisted Rework),
Doomwork ft Valentine, Groovin,
Neuroxyde & Doomwork, L'Amor Discontinue - Marcin Czubala remix,
Slam, We Doin This Again, Paragraph,
Miniminds, Junk Dancer - Daniel Papini remix, Mija,
Par Grandvik & Staffan Linzatti, Seven Shattered,
Blake Baxter and Abe Duque, Lets Take it Back, Process Recordings,

Second Hour

Interviews with:
Dave Clarke, White Noise, GB/NL
Cornelius, Alter Ego Management/Submerge, US
DJ Bone, Subject Detroit, US.

A mix is provided by DJ Bone
Hi guys. Here's a link for my ADE show. Features Interviews with Clarkey, DJ Bone, Peter Hook etc.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

has Mark Murphy, Phil Long and Dave Hardigan on Ceol Eire today 18-19:00 GMT

Friday, November 20, 2009

Yahooo!! We're live, Its the Ceoltronic ADE Feature 22-24:00 GMT Check out Bone, The Barron and Peter Hook. Laters

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Catch my the first part of a two part broadcast on my coverage of the Amsterdam Dance Event this year tomorrow night from 22-24:00 GMT on Ceoltronic Radio. Interviews with Dave Clarke, DJ Bone, Cornelius, Nick Warren plus loads more; plus a new mix from Bone too.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

has an interview with Francois and Sunil going out on Ceol Eire live 18-19:00 GMT

Friday, November 13, 2009

is live in the mix on Ceoltronic Radio from 22-24:00 GMT @

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

for anyone about town in Dublin tomorrow night, I'm warming up for Heartthrob (Minus) in Pygmalion. Gonna get started at about 9/10... Should be a great night. Top producer

Friday, November 6, 2009

is live in the mix from 22-00:00 GMT with loads of new promos from Ascion, Acumen, Theodore Zox, Luca Bachetti, Justin Martin, Stimming..... Also you can catch an interview with Hardfloor and some of their tracks.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

finally got through all them promos for tonight. Some great stuff in there. Show goes live from 22-00:00 GMT on

Featuring an interview with Hardfloor and I'll be live in the mix for most of the show too. Bed time....

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Catch an interview with Hardfloor on Ceoltronic Radio this week!! Live from 22-24:00 GMT

Monday, November 2, 2009

Catch Giles from Electric Shock/Electric City on Ceol Eire with Djamel and myself on Saturday @ 18:00 GMT -

Sunday, October 4, 2009

The Apocalypse Manifesto?

I want to create an alcohol free social and music experiment. I want to organise a monthly artspace where DJs, producers and live acts can come together and play their shit without the intrusion of venue pressure, promoter pressure, label pressure; just come down and be your fucking self. I want people from all genres of underground electronic music. I want Dublin's original DJs playing back to back with its current Djs. I want a place for young and old, experienced and inexperienced. I also want this to be a place where people who just love the music to come down and watch all of this happen. Everyone is welcome.

I want a space where there is no alcohol and no poxy fucking cocaine. If i see anyone doing coke or any other stupid fucking designer club drug that has emerged in the club scene in the past 5/10 years they will get hit so hard they'll land in next week. This is a space for sharing, for creativity, for soul, for the merging of minds and where new friends and relationships can begin. This will be a self governing space. So, if any participants see anyone acting out they are free to throw that fucker out the door.

I cant emphasis enough, the importance of keeping this alcohol free. There is such a dependance on alcohol in this country people don't just go out to dance. Why the fuck not? Go out, dance or just talk to people for fucks sake. I want a juice bar and maybe some nice food, maybe thai food? what do you think? let me know. Its your space too

I don't care what level people are at. There will be DJs/producers there so what i want is to have everyone learning off one another and I would love for some young kid to come down there and be inspired to go off and create their own music. It could be the start of a journey for someone which would make this experiment worthwhile if it just worked for one person. That would justify it for me. I want live acts to come down and hone their skills in front of an educated crowd. express yourself, make mistakes, fuck up, people wont care as long as you are passionate about what you do and your music has substance; whether you be a DJ or a producer. I don't care. Just come down and show people your shit.

There are no restrictions so i want all generations from Dublin's underground to come down. This event will run on Saturday evenings to about 11 o'clcok so under 18s can come down if they like. If someone wants to bring their kids down they are welcome. Do it. There'll be no piss heads, no fighting, no agro, nothing like that. This is a music experiment and somewhat of a social one because alcohol is the centre of everything in Dublin night life. Hence making it very expensive for people to go out and enjoy music. just come down, have fun, learn, dance, meet your soul mate. Whatever

Hopefully this can be a medium for beautiful things to happen.

Watch this space.......

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Robert Hood interview on Ceoltronic Radio - RTE Pulse

Ceoltronic Radio Live 12/06/09: Robert Hood Interview

This is one of my favorite interviews so far. I caught up with Rob to chat about the rerelease of Minimal Nation

Interview was played over the remaster of Rob's Album Minimal Nation. The interview itself runs for approximately 30 minutes.

Hernan Cattaneo mix and interview on Ceoltronic Radio - RTE Pulse

I caught up with Hernan to chat about the 50th Renaissance Masters Series back in May. Below is a link to a mix and interview from Hernan.

Moderat interview on Ceoltronic Radio - RTE Pulse

I did a feature on Moderats (Modeselektor + Apparat) recent self titled album on BPitch. Features tracks from the album and an interview with Gernot Bronsert (Modeselektor).

The tracks in italics are playing beneath the interview

Part 1: Moderat - BPitch Control
Rusty Nails
Nasty Silence
Minutes of
Rusty Nails (Shackleton rmx)
Nr 22
Les Grandes Marches
Sea Monkey

Mr Static: Business of Getting Down - Memo
Smoothest Cat on the Block
Cradle of Smiles
Confessions of a Poisoned Mind

Part 2: 70 Minutes onwards
Re-Axis, Getting Closer, Autist
Samuel Brunel, Asperger, Autist
Tom Budden, The Tree Dance, Alive
Tom Dazzing & Gols, Pussy Bumpinsero, Micon
Hector: Got Fringe EP - Mobilee
Got Fringe
Taking me for a ride

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Ceoltronic Radio Live: Kiki Album Feature "Kaiku"

Part One: Feature on Kiki's upcoming album "Kaiku" on BPitch Control

After the Storm

Autumn Leaves

Good Voodoo

(Kiki Interview)

Living on Ffwd



Death Railway


Part 2

Monopolar, La Bouche, Pantamuzik

Oliver Moldan, Childish, Prawlermuzik

Dany Lilwall, Insomniac, Team Tomorrow

Dop, Mambo Jambo - Guy Gerber rmx, Supplement Facts

Nico Dacido and Robin Hirte, Triez, Absolutely Records

Andrea Paganin, The Choir, 82 Recordings

Tarrentella, Karma - Fiord remix, Whoop Digital

Joseph Capriati, Third Dimension, Drumcode

Moonface, Know So - Xaric rmx, Enedmic

Marco Bernardi, Strangir, White Noise


Steve Rachmad on Ceoltronic Radio 24-04-09 - RTE Pulse

Hour One

Exercise One, No News Today - Deadbots edit, Mobilee

Moderat, Rusty Nails - Booka Shade edit, BPitch Control

Christian Hawk, Square Feet, High Definition

Alex Wolfe, Fear Nothing - Heron edit, FVF

Joseph Capriati, Sidechains, Drumcode

Joseph Capriati, Kontrol Room, Drumcode

Bubba & T-Bone, Acid Squash, Alive Recordings

Marco Bernardi, My New Juno, White Noise

Steve Rachmad and Heiko Laux, Stampot, Truesoul

Hour Two

Recording of Steve Rachmad playing in club Mondo, Madrid, July 2007

Interview with Steve Rachmad

Download Link

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Ceoltronic Radio Live 07/08/09: Space DJz

Ceoltronic Radio Live 07/08/09: Space DJz

Hour 1:

Android Cartel, Return of the Saint - Alan Fitzpatrick remix, Weekend Offenders
Adam Beyer, Something Good to Die for, Mad Eye
Adam Beyer, She Wears a Thorn Crown, Mad Eye
Adam Beyer, Don't forget the Joker, Mad Eye
Nima Nas and Nikko, Poser - Nikos Toscani remix, Slanted Black Recordings
Douglas K, In the Night, Ourway Recordings
Jerome Baker, You Got to Move, Mixtape Records
Jerome Baker, Not a Game, Mixtape Records
Jerome Baker, Dancefloor Destroya, Mixtape Records
Diarmaid O'Meara & Luke Creed, Bitchbags, Gobsmacked
Diarmaid O'Meara & Luke Creed, Niteflix, Gobsmacked
Joseph Capriati, Kontrol Room, Drumcode (caning this track playing out, absolutely recking dancefloors)
Alan Fitzpatrick, Amsterdam, Pirupa & Pigi rmx, 8 Sided Dice

Guest Mix from the Space DJz plus interview

Jamie Bissmire & Dj Bam Bam - 50hz 10
Big Money coming - Crookers
Real state of things - Virgil Enzinger
Dj Dan - Monkey Buisness - Dj Bam Bam Remix
The Advent - Slow Motion
The Advent Vz Industrilyzer - Sketch Mania
Rockin Down - Dj Chukie Mix
Thrapp - Marco G 7 Amin Golestan Remix
Let there be house - Dj Bam Bam remix
The Advent Vz Industrilyzer - Hypnotizing
Jamie Bissmire & Dj Bam Bam - 50hz 011
Let the Base kick - Silvio Ecomo
KC Flyer - Space DJz - The Advent Vz Industrilyzer Remix
Favelas - Borique Tribes
The Advent - T1
The new hip house - Alex Peace
Aldante - Favelas - Borique
Space Djz vz Mr Eyes - Bangers & Mash

I finished off with Junk Waffler from Space DJz (Naked Lunch)


Saturday, August 15, 2009

President Bongo Mix and Interview on Ceoltronic Radio Live 10-04-09

This is actually one of my favorite interviews purely because the guy was such good craic to chat with.

Hour One: Guest Mix and Interview with President Bongo from Gusgus

1 - Moodymann - Detroit
2 - August - Prahas Pianoforte (pianomix)
3 - Tiefschwarz - Yeah
4 - Ludowig Vendi & H.TENZA - coffee mug master
5 - Einzelkind - Lumumba
6 - Riz MC - Radar (loco dice in the box remix)
7 - James Braun - Symphonia (C.V. Stroke rmx)
8 - Dave Aju - Tapatio
9 - DoP - Mix your Sex
10 - Sigurros - Gobblidogook (Gluteus Maximus rmx)
11 - Moodymann - 4 One Night

Hour Two

Kiki, Starslider, BPitch Control

Falko Brocksieper, Oblivian, Leena Music

Oliver Moldan, Ameilia, Prawler Music

Charlie May, Demon Amongst Us, La Tour

Toby Montana, Run on Flat - Quast Remix, Future Audio

Enola, Words in a Bottle, Initial Cuts

Heiko Laux and Steve Rachmad, Stampot, Truesoul

Download Link

Dave Angel Interview and Omar S mix on Ceoltronic Radio

I caught up with Dave Angel for a chat before his "Dogspray" release with Jericho recordings. You can catch a mix and an interview with Dave in hour two. Kicking off the show is a mix from Omar S courtesy of Fabric London. One of Detroit's top house exports.

Hour One

Omar S - Detroit - 30 Minute Radio Mix - Fabric45

All tracks by Scott Grooves

Over You

The Journey (from the studio of Scott Grooves)

Old School (Unreleased)

Dark Blue

Over You (Unreleased)

2nd quarter

Joel Mull, Soursweet - Peter Dundov rmx, Spectrum

Monopolar, L'Autre Bouche, Pantamuzik

Dave Angel, Dogspray - Mark Broom edit, Jericho

Steve Rachmad & Heiko Laux, Hutspot, Truesoul

Hour 2: Mix from Dave Angel and 30 Minute interview (starts at about 70 minutes into the show). Really enjoyed this interview.

Download link

Ceoltronic Radio broadcasts Live every Friday night from 22-00:00 GMT on RTE Pulse DAB. Available on

Sie and Noirdegout/Enola (White Noise) on Ceoltronic Radio

I did a feature on French electronic music on my show Ceoltronic last Friday. I was lucky enough to speak with two very talented producers Sie and Enola from Noirdegout in advance of their Lee Monade/Prelude release on Dave Clarke's label White Noise.

Also features a guest mix from Enola and lots of tracks from both of these artists.


Berlin Calling Feature: Paul Kalkbrenner on Ceoltronic Radio

I caught up with Paul Kalkbrenner to chat about his Berlin Calling film. You can catch the interview and a few tracks from Paul also.

have a good day

Octave One/Random Noise Generation on Ceoltronic Radio

Recording of Octave One's Live Set at the Underground Club in Dublin and an Interview with Lawrence Burden on Ceoltronic Radio.

DJ Bone and Terence Parker on Ceol Eire - Live 21-02-09

Full Hour Interview with DJ Bone and Terence Parker. This went out on Ceol Eire with Djamel and myself. Also on RTE Pulse DAB

Ellen Allien on Ceoltronic Radio plus Loads of music from Cocoon

Here is a show i did for BPitch Control. Featuring their tracks and an interview with Ellen Allien. Also in hour two you can catch a feature on Cocoons March releases. Busy label!

Show airs every Friday 10 - midnight GMT on RTE Pulse.

Have a nice weekend

Ceoltronic Radio Live 29/05/09: Dirtcrew Album Feature - Blow (Moodmusic)

I did a feature on Dirtcrews Album "Blow for Mood Music. Really nice house album really enjoyed it I must say. So at the link below you can catch some of the album and an interview with James Flavour (one half of Dirtcrew)

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Ceoltronic Radio: Oliver Klein and Namito - Kling Klong - Interviews and mixes

Hour 1: Namito Mix and Interview

1. namito - minou - kling klong (taken from the forthcoming album "eleven") 2. namito - zorro (phonique & tigerskin remix) - kling klong 3. kriece - zombie funk - martin eyerer remix – kindred sounds 4. marc romboy vs. chlonis r. jones - the beat (marc romboy vs dimitry andreas remix) - systematic 5. namito - heat - kling klong (taken from the forthcoming album "eleven") 6. oliver tatsch - soul man (namito remix) - ostfunk 7. anja schneider & lee van dowski - la roulette - mobilee 8. the junkies - deep (carlo lio remix) - rawthentic 9. namito - train to tehran (daniele papini remix) - kling klong 10. gorge & andre hommen - marashi - objektivity 11. martin eyerer, namito & stephan hinz - seven lives - kling klong

Hour 2: Oliver Klein Mix and Interview

1. Oliver Klein & Peter Jürgens – Let’s take it – Kling Klong 2. Federleicht – Supergosses – Pawas Remix - Night Drive Music Limited 3. Gorge & Livio and Roby – We got es - Cécille 4. Gimikk – Dutch Moment – Remote Area 5. JE D VU – Caos st the Dam - BangBang 6. Matthias Mayer – Tenor – Boris Werner Remix – Do Easy Records 7. JE D VU – Caos en San Salvador – BangBang 8. Mihai Popoviciu, Markus Homm, Jay Bliss – Bis Con – Diynamic 9. Julien Chaptal – Damien’s Joint 10. 2020 Soundsystem’s – Slide Away – Johnny D Remix – 2020 Vision 11. Daniele Pipini – Hidden Source – Break new Soil

Ceoltronic Radio Live 030709: 2 Hours of Berlin Record Shopping

This was the first 2 hour live mix show I did for RTE Pulse. I got back from Berlin with lots of hot new music and I decided to just do a two hour live mix as opposed to pre recording it. I had used Ableton for a while on my show in the early parts of 2009 and I must admit it made presenting the show really boring after a while.

Ceoltronic was always about the music and building a nice set when I ran it on Raidio na Life. This was when I had to do my show in Irish and I couldn't actually speak Irish that well at all so I just had nice mixes up every week and that eventually caught the attention of RTE. Once I started here I started interviewing people and hosting guest mixes and then mixing became secondary for a spell. This show was a step back to how I used to do things and this is how its gonna be from now on. Its a lot better and more energetic. Especially for a Friday night. It is too easy to sit there with Ableton running leaning into the mic every few minutes and say this is bla track from bla and it became boring for me. Now I have to run around the studio get my link in quickly and get back to the mix.

I still host guests on the show. The emphasis on this wont be so much in the future and if I do have guests I will still be mixing live for an hour or whatever. It's just better radio. Straight up. Just as pre-recording my show became really boring so did using Ableton after a while. Any no talent clown could do it. Unless you are doing something unique like a genuine live show like Minus or Innervisions don't bother. People who use Ableton to DJ in clubs aren't Djs in my opinion and are either lacking as a DJ or are just plain lazy and don't want to make a mistake. Give me a pair of 1210's and a DJM any day mate; I'll gladly take ya to school.

Hope you enjoy the show

Sunday, February 15, 2009

AnalyticTrail + MKT Records on Ceoltronic Radio - Markantonio Guest Mix and Interview

Here is a link to my show from the 16th of January. I was very pleased to have Markantonio from AnalyticTrail and MKT Records on the phone for an interview and a guest mix also.

CEOLTRONIC RADIO: Dan Curtin & Terence Fixmer - Interviews - 09-01-09

Promo EPs and Interviews with Dan Curtin (Mobilee & Metamorphic Records) & Terence Fixmer (Dave Clarke's label White Noise)

Dans "Beat Fiend EP" was released on the 12th of January. Terence's "Destiny EP" was released on White Noise at the end of January.

Ceoltronic runs every Friday on RTE Pulse from 22-00:00 GMT and online at

Autist Records on Ceoltronic Radio 23-01-09: M_Ferri, Chatterbox, Niko Schwind interviews and mixes

On the 23rd of January I featured one of my favorite labels on the show. M_Ferri, Chatterbox and Niko Schwind all joined me on the phone for interviews and the mixes were provided by Niko and Chatterbox.

A lot of releases planned for 2009 so keep an eye on these guys

Ceoltronic runs every Friday on RTE Pulse DAB from 22-00:00 GMT and online at