Distant Lights

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Dave starts the night with a sunset of hazy feedback, a cluster of scintillating Chain Reaction chords, and then onward into the starry skyway.  This set was recorded live at Chicago’s Empty Bottle in May of 2007, opening for Berlin’s Monolake, and was performed using Ableton‘s Live software.

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My Bloody Valentine – To Here Knows When [vermilion endloop] 1991
Tim Hecker – Blood Rainbow – Harmony in Ultraviolet (Kranky) 2006
Vainqueur – Elevation [Original] – Elevations (Chain Reaction) 1997
Substance – Plate Element 3 – Sessions (Chain Reaction) 1998
Motor – 7 (Audio.nl) 2000
James Ruskin – Below – Further Design (Blueprint) 1998
Marcel Dettmann – A Req [T++ remix] (MDR) 2006
Marc Ashken – Roots Dyed Dark [Skream remix] (Leftroom) 2007
Burial – Distant Lights (Hyperdub) 2006
Porter Ricks – Nautical Dub [extract] – Biokinetics (Chain Reaction) 1996
Benjamin Brunn – Up the Escalator (Binemusic) 2005
Stephan Laubner – Portside Waves (Perlon) 2000
Convextion – Solum Ferrum (downLow) 2006
Exos – Orangeblue – U Can’t Stop Time (Statik Entertainment) 2003
7th Plain – Pearl – TEEX 3 (Volume) 1994
Pub – Summer [Arovane AMX 4] (Vertical Form) 2000

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20 Responses to “Distant Lights”


  1. 1 earlax January 14, 2009 at 11:08 pm

    Damn, Dave. This mix is insaaaaane! SO GOOD!

    • 2 Christine Navarro October 10, 2009 at 3:59 pm

      I remember that night–it was insane! I’m making sure to download this one for sure. Fantastic mix, Dave!!!

  2. 4 Mick Welch January 15, 2009 at 9:58 am

    Wow, another mix so soon … Supurb ,looking forward to listening.

  3. 6 Martin London Uk January 15, 2009 at 6:24 pm

    Cheers Dave love this Mix …… as always much respect to you guys !!
    Good site good music !! need I add anymore to this…No.

    Peace and regards M

  4. 7 dytiq January 15, 2009 at 7:42 pm

    thanks for the comments! really glad you guys are enjoying the mix!

    -dave

  5. 9 matt holland January 16, 2009 at 2:25 am

    mmm, tasty.

  6. 10 redeye January 18, 2009 at 10:03 am

    Great mix as always…

    How are you getting on with Ableton for DJ stuff? I’m using the Xponent and Torq which with the new software (1.5) is really great now (latest mix & podcast at http://redeye-blog.blogspot.com/index.html)

    As a side note – in Safari writing this comment, the font is so tiny it’s barely readable…

  7. 11 dytiq January 21, 2009 at 7:40 pm

    thanks for the feedback – gotta check out the safari issue.

    this mix was my first attempt at using ableton to dj; i got the gist of warping tracks a few weeks before the show, and spent most of my time encoding & warping. it’s a ton of fun to use when putting the set together (except the warping, which gets tedious), and it’s also a lot of fun to use when performing, which i did with an external controller (an evolution uc-33). have to say, though, that the torq xponent looks pretty fun 🙂

  8. 12 noele February 6, 2009 at 10:17 pm

    jesus christ. impressive stuff. props for tim hecker and burial on the same mix. peerless.
    will be staying tuned, surely.

  9. 14 kie March 3, 2009 at 5:44 pm

    Top Mix Dave….. especially round 23 Mins Mark

  10. 15 Danny September 7, 2009 at 1:10 am

    Kind of late, but is there any place to purchase the first track by My Bloody Valentine? Been looking everywhere but all I’ve found was the original.

    • 16 dytiq September 9, 2009 at 6:46 am

      The MBV mix was a homebrew homage derived from the last 30 seconds of “To Here Knows When” from the Tremolo EP. (The version of “To Here Knows When” from the Loveless LP doesn’t have that bit.)

      -dave

  11. 17 John October 31, 2009 at 3:56 pm

    Sounds wicked Dave!!!

  12. 19 Alex February 24, 2010 at 11:24 am

    Great mix Dave! Sounding good as always!


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