Recently there has been an increased proliferation of techno tracks by Periskop in podcasts.
This is an overview featuring a live set and some of the DJ sets available as podcasts right now featuring Periskop techno tracks in the mix.
Scrolling down will show you mixes by these DJs: Dee3, Dimitri Pike, Formal Method, Ketill, NTOGN and Ronny Pries.
Pre-recorded live set
Periskop was invited to do a +1 hour techno mix for the Hungarian techno organisation and podcast Selection Sorted. It was aired on framed.fm and has subsequently been available as a podcast. The mix was a prerecorded live set consisting of tracks from Periskop – 40. The tracks cover a range of styles from bleak ambient techno over deep minimal techno and dark distorted atmospherics to hard industrial techno.
1. Polar 2. VI – 2. Polar 1. III – 3. Signal 1. VII – 4. 125 II – 5. 125 IV – 6. Signal 1. II – 7. Signal 4. III – 8. Aarhus IX – 9. Thrust 130 IV – 10. Thrust 130 II – 11. Blackout 1. IV – 12. Thrust 140 V – 13. Thrust 140 I – 14. Burst 2. VIII
Periskop has also previously done a pre-recorded live podcast for Radio Alternator: Guest Cast 16 / Periskop @ Radio-Alternator.com
Periskop techno tracks have recently been featured in numerous DJ podcasts and DJ sets. Here is a selection of mixes by these DJs: Dee3, Dimitri Pike, Formal Method, Ketill, NTOGN and Ronny Pries.
I would like to extend a thanks to all DJs featuring my work for the right reasons: To keep techno in progression and uphold the act of DJing as an art form.
– Dark Frequency podcast 072 pres. Dee3
Dee3 made a dubby techno mix for Neil Birnie’s Dark Frequency podcast, featuring Dubworks 1. VII as well as an old Marko Fürstenberg remix of Dubworks 3. V available on Danny Kreutzfeldt – Recore (Thinner Records 2003).
– Wildtek Synaesthetics Mix
Dimitri Pike/Wildtek (pictured above) from Detroit Techno Militia featured 125 II in this eclectic mix for 313RGB/Synaesthetics also including stuff from Tresor, Warp, Basic Channel, Downwards, Ostgut etc.
– I’ll Podcast . #01 . Ketill
Ketill ended the first ever I’ll podcast with Polar 1. VIII in a deep and rather heavy techno mix. It has been made available with some rather fitting dank bleak visuals.