Casey Anderson – Skyscraping (Techno DJ Mix)

Casey Anderson’s latest mix is full of emotive analogue techno from the 90’s to now.

Skyscraping by Casey Anderson

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1. Pantha Du Prince & The Bell Laboratory – Photon
2. Motor City Drum Ensemble – Sp11
3. Tin Man – Futurist Acid
4. Michel Cleis & Salvatore Freda – Sassicaia
5. Minilogue – In a Loving Place
6. The Timewriter – Here Comes The Sun
7. Matthias Meyer & Lee Jones – Basic Chord Tool
8. Underground Resistance – Hardlife (Aaron Carl Remix)
9. Brtschitsch – Twirl
10. Chateau Flight – Cosmic Race
11. Terry Lee Brown Jr. – Here We Go
12. Wax – 50005A
13. John Tejada – The Function and The Form
14. Age – Transmitter-Love

Casey Anderson DJ Mix – “Papaya Highway”


“Papaya Highway” (Autumn 2012 Deep House Mix)
by Casey Anderson

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1. Max Cooper – Micron
2. Monomood – Nina
3. Soft Rocks – 200 Satsumas (Young Marco’s Dust Remix)
4. Deniz Kurtel & Tanner Ross – I Knew This Would Happen (feat. PillowTalk)
5. Alexander Fog – Black Holes (Zero Gravity Remix)
6. Marco Passarani & Sacco – Flora
7. The Knife – This Is Now
8. Arithmetics – Time
9. Locked Groove – Keep Running
10. Mike Simonetti – The Dance (feat. Monty Luke)
11. Tin Man – Sexy
12. Oxia – Rue Brusherie
13. Ripperton – A Simple Thing
14. Van Hai – Dernier Amour
15. Baio – The Silent
16. Cubenx – Adrift At Sea
17. Beacon – Feeling’s Gone

Humdrum Hong Kong Interview on TheDJlist.com

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HUMDRUM HONG KONG – Underground House and Techno

INTERVIEW WITH HONG KONG’S FINEST DEEP HOUSE COLLECTIVE

 

TDJL: What is Humdrum Hongkong all about? How did you start? Who are the members?

Humdrum Hongkong started in August 2011 after realizing the three of us shared a love of deep house. We are OCEAN LAM (HK), CASEY ANDERSON (USA) and MIKO VAN CHONG (HK). In Hong Kong’s house and techno spectrum, our music is probably on the deepest and most dubby side, with the lowest BPMs and lots of room for weird tracks – but always fun!

 

TDJL: What parties have you done?

We do a monthly party called LOCO at this bar called Bassment. Most of the Hong Kong DJs that play dance music have always played really dark, intense tech house – we support those DJs too, but the Humdrum group came together over house music that’s subtler, deeper, more melodic – we play dark tracks too but we balance it out with pretty songs here and there. Until we started doing our monthlyLOCO night there weren’t many options for that kind of house. Luckily several other organizers started their own parties around the same time – people finally have a few options for house and techno in Hong Kong.

We hear from plenty of Europeans that our music and parties have more in common with little bars in Germany than the glitzy Hong Kong clubs, which has a lot to do with Ocean getting inspiration from touring there a couple times. For example, the room is dark except for a projector showing weird old films on the wall, there’s no bouncer checking out your clothes at the door and entrance to LOCO is free so we can try to bring fresh faces into our scene. We’ve brought DEETRON and I-ROBOTS to Bassment too and have some more international guests on the horizon. And oh, we have SATOSHI FUMI in November.