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BIODETECT

Posted by on 07/04/2014 | Category : Machine Funk - Future Funk / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

galaxy satellite earth eye Militant Science
MOSSMAN [UK]Biodetect

Taken from the great « Nonvascular » E.P released on Militant Science – 2013

– More on the MILITANT SICENCE website & on MOSSMAN Soundcloud

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Feel the rush of adrenaline on your body

Posted by on 08/01/2012 | Category : Detroit Techno / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

Detroit > < Berlin connection in their prolific period :

DREXCIYA-  Detroit Techno - Underground Resistance - James Stinson - Gerald Donald

SHIFTED PHASES aka JAMES STINSON / DREXCIYAScattering Pulsars

Taken from the “The Cosmic Memoirs Of The Late Great Rupert J. Rosinthrope” album released on Tresor – 2002

More on the TRESOR website

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SPACEY Tune by THE OTHER PEOPLE PLACE

Posted by on 06/14/2012 | Category : Funktronica / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

Music will not be the same without the contribution of this producer. Now JAMES STINSON is in peace at home but in a way we can say he’s still connected with earth via his music :

THE OTHER PEOPLE PLACE [JAMES STINSON – RIP]Running From Love

Taken from the masterpiece “Lifestyles Of The Laptop Café” Album released on Warp – 2001

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Do you remember the future? V.2.0

Posted by on 09/27/2010 | Category : Back to Bionic News / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

Yeah Earth, the new version [2.0] of the blog is online!

We hope you will like it. This second version features many new categories and options…better optimized than the first one. That isn’t a radical because we wanted to maintained all the good old stuffs and ways from the previous skin.
We are sure you are going to discover the newness by surfing as you go. Therefore we wish you a nice trip into the BACK TO BIONIC’s spaceship!

EXZAKT [US]Futureshock – 2007

BACK TO BIONIC Do You remember the future?
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