I play better with vinyl, that’s personal to me. The difference might be almost intangible but it’s there for me. I feel it. You know that record inside and out – when you bought, when you last played it, if there are any imperfections such as a click or a pop. You are engaged with the music in a different way – being almost locked in like a live musician.
- Deetroit Traxx – Untitled
- Jorge Zamacona – You’ve Forgotten
- Axel Boman – Geeks
- S-File – Switch
- Opuswerk/Lee Holman – RF Thrusler
- He/At – Live and Don’t Learn
- Jesse Perez – What You Say Bout My Momma (Truncate Remix)
- Adam Kronert – Track Called Jinx
- Markus Suckut – Second Movement
- Ron S. – Alnilam
- Mike Storm – Confirmed Life
- Roman Lindau – Acid Coat
- Shlomi Aber – Panix (Skudge Remix 1)
- Perc – 405
- Luca Agnelli – Chaos
- DJ 3000 – Get It (Chambray Remix)
- Johnny Island – Last Bridge
- Surgeon – Zilla
- DVS1 – Beats and Rhythms
- Truncate – Process
- Albert Van Abbe – Function P
- Binny – Untitled
- Alex Cortex – Tensegrity
- LPZ – Plectrum
Before I go, I do suggest you support the artists whose music I weave together, by buying their music directly – all of my mixes have full track listings so you can support the artists by purchasing the tracks individually – you can listen & purchase tracks directly on Mixcloud or Juno Download
Andreas Marouchos (Short, Rouchos), is a DJ from Toronto. Playing Techno and House, Andreas has been a professional DJ since 1998, playing sets in four countries. He is also a podcasting pioneer, with live audio and video mixes stretching as far back as the last millennium. Despite the progress of technology, Andreas still collects and spins 100% of music on Vinyl as he believes that “putting a laptop between a DJ and the crowd seems boring”.
Since You’re Here …
… I have a small favour to ask. Did you know it can take me up to 8 hours to curate, master, edit, upload and share my weekly podcasts? That’s a full day of work but I am happy to share my vinyl collection with audiences.
Unfortunately I am also an adult, and maintaining my gear, turntables and records do carry expenses. So I have setup my virtual tip jar searching for a coffee. I didn’t setup a Patreon page to make a living, or get rich, rather, I’ve setup my Patreon with the intention of using it as a channel to reach out to my followers and fans.
If making a recurring donation on Patreon is too much of a long term commitment, perhaps buying me a coffee suits your budget. Click here to donate a few dollars using Paypal, otherwise, my future would be much more secure if you were to become a Patron by clicking the orange button below.