Feature mix on the “No Borders” show on 104.4 Resonance FM in London and online at www.resonancefm.com. Boss man Brian Ffar breaks it down with an exclusive mix of Siteholder tracks.
James Welsh – Agost
Colourblind – Get Up
Alicia Hush – Kissing Booth Criminal
Chris Larsen – For My Homies
Haruyuki Yokoyama – Blur
Dry But Funky – Sophisticated Conversation With My Fly
KretiPleti – Shaclop (Berk Offset Remix)
Billy Dalessandro – Rosetta Stoned
Brian Ffar – Skipping Stones After Dark
Billy Dalessandro – Balls In Your Face
It’s been a VERY long time since I’ve made a mix and I’m SO happy to be back, “getting my sh!t together.” There was once a time when I made at least one mix a month for 6 years running. Life got the better of me, but I’m back now, and feeling very positive and inspired about music in 2013.
I spent a lot of time digging through my vinyl collection to put something together that I feel is credible yet still relevant. There are some amazing contemporary djs and live performers out there, and my goal, from day the day I started this adventure, was to be respected by the artists I used to (and still do) look up to. Through at least a decade of Djing and producing, I like to think that in my own little world, I’ve done that.
So, with a big shrug of my shoulders, all I really hope is that you enjoy this mix as much as I enjoyed putting it together.
Thanks so much for all the support over the years and here’s to a prosperous future!
Brian Ffar (Siteholder Records, Chicago)
1. Matt Paffel – Fat [Parotic Music]
2. Move D – Anne Will [Liebe*Detail]
3. Canson – Rarefied [Substatic]
4. Tom Ellis – Driver Problems [Trimsound]
5. Pantytec – Maybe [Perlon]
6. Tan-Ru – B-Lever [Trelik]
7. DJ Terry – Tirlarigo [2020 Vision]
8. White Papoo – Papoo [Clafooti]
7. Justin Maxwell – Stegasaurus
8. Krikark – Boulevard [Karat]
9. Aysam – Borderline (Online) [Cosmetic Music]
10. Caro – Citta Alla Notte [Orac]
11. D’Kawa – Kurokin (DJ Deeon Mix 1) [Kodaira Tracks]
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Plasmodium.net has asked for my June Liveset for their radio show – I couldn’t be more excited!
Check it out here: http://www.plasmodium.net/podcast/plasmodium-radio-91-brian-ffar/
Many things make the man. He needs arms, legs, head, heart, soul and (sometimes) clothes. Water for hydration, food for sustenance, xbox for sanity. Plasmodium means multi-nucleic, and so are we. While we may be a DJ, a producer, a graphic artist, a photographer or a nerd, no single thing defines us. So why should this blog? Plasmodium.net serves as an outlet for our many interests as well as a platform to showcase Totally Rad Music being made by Totally Rad People from all corners of the globe.
Plasmodium started out in 2004 as a weekly 4-hour internet radio show broadcasted live from Oseao in Seattle, WA, with residents Kristina Childs, DJ Saigon, Miss Kick (aka Red Pony), DJ Veins (aka Dave Segal), Paul Edwards and Brandy Westmore. It featured many styles of electronic music as well as artist and label features, interviews and special in-studio live performances. When Oseao changed it’s business plan from internet broadcaster to aggregator/distributor, Plasmodium Radio had to find a new home. Fast-forward to September 2009: Plasmodium Radio v3 with a new format, new delivery method and new content-driven website. Ta-Da!
Sooo, it’s been a really long time since I’ve posted on the blog. For the most part, my website has been a repository for all of my older mixes (over 60!). I took a slight break from music over the past few years because I was in graduate school. I managed to finish a couple of tracks and remixes here and there, but my life was consumed with so many other things that it was difficult to find the time. When school finished, I set a goal to put together my first live set – and it’s finally done! I really hope you enjoy it.
Download this mix here
01 Kenneth Scott – What Do I Do? (Rift Remix) [Auralism]
02 Tom Ellis – Hinting Cough [Som Bom]
03 Rebotini – The Spirit of Boogie [Process Recordings]
04 Abe Duque Feat. Blake Baxter – What Happened? [Abe Duque Records]
05 Humantronic – Behind Shadows [Tongut]
06 Fritter – Mindspace [?]
07 Schlaeufler & Zovsky – Am Utkieck (Mollonobass Rmx) [3000° Records]
08 Sandrien – I Really [Intacto]
09 Dachshund – Taxidermy (Someone Else Remix) [Fantastic Friends]
10 M.in & Patrick Kunkel – Jack To My Beat [Micro.Fon]
11 Matzak – Who Killed Punky Brewster [Boxer]
12 Nikitin & Semikashev – Swirl [Robotronic]
TUESDAY, JULY 29th, 2003 – 5pm CST | 6pm EST | 11pm GMT
The Red Line Sessions 4 hosted by Brian Ffar
1. Jeff Samuel – Knob(Steve Bug Mix) [Trapez]
2. Frankman – Retemar [FM]
3. Innocent Lovers – Do What You Want [Dessous]
4. Canson – Fondli [Sub Static]
5. Matt Paffel – Fat [Parotic Music]
6. Novatek – Sabroso [Treibstoff]
7. Codebase – Seek and Destroy [Force]
8. Silver City – Elastic [20:20 Vision]
9. Barracuda – Fonkofire [Nekko]
10. Halo – Surroundings [Bluem]
This is the ONLY mix that I don’t have a tracklisting for. I’ll have to fill it in if I can remember the tracks:
The Red Line Sessions #3 hosted by Brian Ffar
3. Soulphiction – ??? [Perlon]
4. Cabanne – ??? [Telegraph or 7th City]
5. Codebase – Seek & Destroy [Force Inc.]
6. Brian Aneurysm – ??? [Substatic]
8. Track w/ another accapella running over it
9. Mazi & Haris – Foreign Policy [Detour]
10. Jay Tripwire – ??? [Big Chief??]
Help a brotha out here!!!
So, here’s the 2nd mix for RLS from back in 2003 – all vinyl. I used the built in sampler of the Pioneer DJM 600 mixer to loop Simko’s track – you can hear the pop at the beginning of the loop as the controls for editing samples is pretty miserable on that mixer.
Anyway, I thought it was cool how the instrumental blended with the breaks in the M.A.N.D.Y. song, so I went with it.
I’m not the most creative guy in the world, so I was pretty proud of myself back then – haha.
TUESDAY, MAY 27th, 2003 – 5pm CST | 6pm EST | 11pm GMT
The Red Line Sessions 2 hosted by Brian Ffar
1. Kate Simko and Andres Bucci – Rhodes Relejadas (Ffar live re-edit) [Antenna International]
2. M.A.N.D.Y – Home Again [Physical Music]
3. Ritchie Hawtin – Shufflephunk [Plus 8]
4. Ritchie Hawtin – Shufflephunk (beats) [Plus 8]
5. Beat Smugglers – In the Park [Antenna International]
6. Ebe – En Route [Greyhound]
7. M.A.N.D.Y – Put Put Put (John Tejada Rmx) [Physical Music]
8. Ritchie Hawtin – Subphunk [Plus 8]
9. V/A- ? [Traumer and Tanzer]
10. Haris – Turbulance [Laus]
11. V/A – ? [Traumer & Tanzer]
12. Unknown – Stamp Series 5 [White]
As I move along and post more of these mixes, I’ll try and share some of the thought process behind the mixes (not that anyone should care), but quite honestly, I miss the feeling I used to get as a new DJ, so this is more for me than it is for you
TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2003 – 5pm CST | 6pm EST | 11pm GMT
The Red Line Sessions 1 hosted by Brian Ffar
1.Tallgodess – Dein Leiben [5000 Recordings]
2. Maetrik – Fall Out(Live Dub) [Intrinsic Design]
3. The Timewriter – Back From Exile [Plastic City]
4. Tom Clark – Nightwatch [Morris Audio]
5. Matt Paffel – Skipping [Patriotic Music]
6. Bodo Elsel – Discount Baby [Playhouse]
7. Krikor – Peeping Tom [Karat]
8. Soultek – Soultwist [Kompute]
9. 4TUNE 500 – Dancing In The Dark [Black Gold]
10. Casey Hogan – Shuffled House [Shva Music]
11. H-Foundation – New Funk Theory(Swag Dub) [Soma]
12. Hakan Lidbo – Soul Sauce [Terraform]
So, back when I was a little punk, and into deep house, I recorded a few mixes. I dug this one up off of an old recording device I had laying around, and thought I would share. By the way, I should add that if I met 2002 version of my self now, I would kick my own ass!
Mixed in May of 2002
01) Rythma – The Big Dream – Ryzms
02) Blue Six – Let’s Do It Together (Speakeasy Rmx) – Naked Music
03) Miguel Migs – Let This Go – Large
04) Chris J – Your Love – Statra
05) JT Donaldson – Musical Violation – Deep Funk
06) Sean Escoffery – Into the Blue – Oyster Music Promo
07) JT Donaldson – Treat Me So Bad – Cyclo
08) Word of Mouth – Reach Out – Quiet Riot
09) Inland Knights – I Keep On – Drop Music
10) Rithma – Just Before Dawn – OM
11) Rithma – Almost Asleep – OM
A new mix recorded live at Smartbar (Chicago) on 05.01.2009. This was the very first hour of the night opening for Superpitcher (Kompakt).
01. Giovani Verga – 5am Train [Trenton]
02. Garnica – Condiciones [Trenton]
03. Plastic FM – Buy Code [Ostwind]
04. Art Bleek – Modern Spaced [Connaiseur]
05. Casarano & Valenzuela – Tia Anita (Alejandro Vivanco Remix) [Andes]
06. Tallgodess – Dein Leiben [5000 Recordings]
07. Guy Noir – Delusion (I Can’t Sing) [District of Corruption]
08. Alex Maresh – Drinking Problem [mONOmENTAL]
09. Carlos Sanchez, DJ Ray – Mr. Robin [Budenzauber]
10. Matt Thibideau – Asphalt [Cynosure]
11. Harry Axt – Pick A Chick [Rompecabeza]
12. Housewerks – Dream Snatch [1Trax]
13. Plastic FM – Twin Machine [Ostwind]
And, feel free to leave a comment below.
Just wanted to let everyone know that I’m the featured artist on FWD.dj this week and have given them my first recorded mix since ending The Red Line Sessions. If you’re interested, you can stream or download it at www.fwd.dj.
Ana+One – Second Time Around [Siteholder UnCut]
Erich Lesovsky – Hello [Keno]
Mike Monday – Catnip [Om Records]
Chris Fortier – Don’t Hide What You Believe (Patrick Zigon Remix) [EQ Grey]
Hanssen – WTFSTEP [Complot]
Modul – The Black [Chi Recordings]
My Favorite Robot – All My Circuit (Jonny Whites Blown Fuse Dub) [My Favorite Robot]
Emerson & Dubnitzky – BBC2 [Kiddaz.FM]
Rift – Frame of Time (TOWMF Remix) [Vellum]
Crazy Larry – Mirapex (Dispater’s “Dis Body” Remix) [Siteholder UnCut]
Daley Padley – Tigerstyle (Mannel & Nikola Remix) [1Trax]
Unknown – The Dark Passenger
Sasha Carassi and Gianluca Luisi – Homer [Plastic Rules]
Alex Troniq – Orville [Microtonal]
Brian Ffar – Billy Bought A Laser (Pan Pot Remix) [Siteholder]
1. What got you involved in electronic music and what elements have contributed to your progressive (conceptually not thematically) and futuristic music motif?
High school is a very influential time for most kids in their mid teens, and it was no different for me. I was into a lot of different music, but was primarily drawn to the beats and samples of early 90′s East-Coast underground hip-hop. The concept of using the voice as an instrument to create rhythm and syncopation was astounding, and there were some that could do it way better than others. Jeru The Damaja, Group Home, Q-Tip, Rakim, KRS-One, Method Man, Nas all come to mind. The Beastie Boys found their way into my tape-playing Sony Walkman next, and what can I say? Sampling at it’s finest – super creative, playful, and inspiring. However, it wasn’t until Daft Punk’s Homework debuted that I decided to become more than just a music listener. As a newb DJ, I went through many different styles of music, but no matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t help but recognize the funky flavor that Chicago house left in my mouth. While I liked deep house, I wanted to carve my own path with my own musical choices as a DJ, and that drove me to look for records that, at that time, were considered fairly unique and avant-garde in the US. Similar to my early nineties hip-hop heroes who used their voice as an instrument, I was amazed to find electronic music artists like Akufen, John Tejada, Krikor, Lusine, Canson, Melchoir Productions, etc. who would use everyday sounds and synthetic experiments to create rhythm and juxtaposition.
2. What started up your stint with the Red Line Sessions show? Why did you halt its continence and do you ever plan to start it up again?
Back in 2002, I managed to hook up with an online radio station called The Voids based in the UK. I had a weekly timeslot where I would mix live through Shoutcast, and there was a small (I mean REALLY SMALL – as in COUNT-ON-ONE-HAND small) community of listeners and Djs that would chat during the show. I practiced many hours a day to become a really good technical DJ – there was no cheating back them! Somehow, I had managed to score a really decent recording of one of the live shows, and used that as one of my very first demos. I did a search on the net, and actually found the tracklisting and date:
Brian Ffar LIVE @ The Voids – December 18, 2002
01) Stax – STR8 Nasty – Classic
02) Soylent Green – Cold Shower – Playhouse
03) Rithma – The Nitrous Blues (Safe in Sound Rerub) – AJA Recordings
04) David Duriez – Controlling – Shva Musik
05) Joshua Collins – Mezmotized – Greyhound
06) Kenneth Graham – Chameleon (Original Mix) – Consigned
07) Brian Aneurysm – Delta – Poker Flat
08) Steve Bug – You Make Me Feel (Version 1) – Poker Flat
09) Rhythm Plate – Lean – Mantis Recordings
10) Fries & Bridges – Headspin (Original) – Robsoul
11) Big Sexy – Close to my Skin – i Recordings
12) Chicken Lips – He Not In – Azuli Promo
A good friend of mine, Daniel Mnookin, had recently started a show on Proton, and introduced me to Sam Packer. I went to Miami for my first WMC in early 2003 and met Sam in person (among many other great people). I told him that I had something for him to listen to on his flight back home, and consequently received an email a week later asking if I would like to be part of Proton. That was the beginning of a 65 month long show that has currently been placed on hold. Sam and the rest of the Proton crew were instrumental in my development as a DJ, and I thank them for that.
I’ve got a lot of things going on in my life right now, both musically, personally, and professionally. I am a father of two beautiful girls (by the time you read this), work a full time job as a structural engineer for a non-profit trade organization, own/run Siteholder Records and all of its subsidiaries (Siteholder UnCut, Siteholder UnCut Limited, and Facet Recordings), own/run a digital distribution company called Abluent Media, and I’m also attending DePaul University’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business for an MBA in Entrepreneurship. If it were up to me, I would do a million different things, but I reached a point where it just wasn’t physically possible to do everything I wanted to do, and had to make the appropriate sacrifices. I would love to continue the Red Line Sessions at some point, but as of right now, my break is indefinite.
3. How has having a child/family impacted your DJ/Production life? Has it put it on the backburner or just given it a new angle?
Having a family and being a father certainly has impacted my DJ/Production life. I don’t have as much time as I once did to focus on music. However, I wouldn’t trade it for the world. Music is, and has always been therapy for me. Even before kids and a wife, I wrote most of my music in the wee hours of the morning when the rest of the world was sleeping. Things haven’t changed in that regard, but school certainly has become a higher priority in recent months taking up most of my time. When kids are young, they do and say the most amazing things, and I don’t really want to miss all that. I’ve cut back on a lot of my travels, but would still like to play out of town once a month if my schedule permits.
4. What hardware/software/sample packs do you use and recommend?
As you can imagine, I’ve got a lot of clutter in my place with a whole family to contend with, so there’s not much room for gear. The core of my studio is a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo Macbook Pro w/ 4Gb of RAM and a MOTU Ultralite. I use a super old V1 Oxygen 8 for midi control, and monitor off of the discontinued Event PS 8s.
As for software, I’ve used quite a bit of daws over the years, but have settled on Ableton Live for writing and tapping into the creative process, and Logic Pro 8 for mixing and pre-mastering.
For the most part, I sample a lot of old records for hits that I like, and have used NI’s Synthetic Drums in the past. Like many other producers, I’ve got a HD full of random stuff that I’ve either sampled or recorded over the years.
5. What is the Brian Ffar production concept? How do you know when you are finished with a track? Do you compare your work to your favorite artists?
This is a tricky question. I wish I HAD a concept sometimes as I’m sure it would make things much easier. Every time I sit down and start something new, I start with a completely blank canvas. Most of the time, I have no idea what I’m going to create, and the creative process just happens, and I hang on for the ride. Finishing tracks has always been a huge challenge for me. I really get into creating loops, but that’s where it gets fuzzy. However, I made a rule for myself before I started my very first song ever, and that was to finish what I start – no matter what! I don’t care if I hate the song, or never use it for anything, I MUST finish something before moving on to the next project. I think this work ethic has given me a lot of discipline to stay focused, and to make the best out of anything I write. As an engineer by education and trade, I’m SUPER analytical, and really tend to focus on the details, so tracks can sometimes take me an embarrassingly long amount of time to finish. Quite honestly, the engineering and mixing part of the process is just as fun and exciting for me as writing the track, so it’s never a dull moment.
I don’t compare my work to other artists. I think my lack of free time doesn’t allow me to do so. I don’t have time to listen to DJ mixes anymore, and unfortunately, don’t have as much time as I would like to go see shows. I’m in my own little bubble, and make tracks that make me chair dance in my studio. I’m just happy, and feel lucky that there are some people out there that like what I make.
6. How do you see yourself growing as an artist in the future? How have you changed?
I’m going to continue doing what I’m doing. I will probably remain fairly isolated from the scene whether that’s a good thing or a bad thing. I am very confident that as an entrepreneur, I will be involved in some exciting ventures that are music/media/technology related and will continue to write music and DJ. If I can ever find some frickin’ time, I would love to put an Ableton Live set together as another way to explore my musical tastes. As for change, I think I’ve become a much more patient producer. I have very good discipline, and feel that I have a fairly good ear for what belongs and what gets the axe as I move through the creative process. I suppose you could call it musical maturity. As a young producer, I would always want to cram 10 pounds of shit into a 5 pound bag. I like to think I have the patience and maturity now to recognize things that sound great on their own, but don’t fit a particular track.
7. Tell us a bit about Siteholder records! You guys have a couple different imprints. What are the different concepts?
I’m always amped to talk about Siteholder as it is truly one of those exciting things in my life that never ceases to amaze me. I co-own and run Siteholder with Billy Dalessandro, Daniel Mnookin, and Paul “Downtown” Brown. We currently have 4 separate “imprints” right now, each focusing on something a little different.
Siteholder Records, our original vinyl imprint, begain in 2007. We’re currently on our 10th vinyl release, Billy Bought A Laser by yours truly with remixes from Pan Pot, Donk Boys, and a digital exclusive by our favorite local gangster Tyrone. Luckily, we’ve been receiving some really flattering support for the label worldwide and plan to keep things going until someone stops us. As some of our promotional materials says, “Siteholder strives to combine the elements of modern techno with the jackin’ rhythms that put Chicago on the map.” There are only two missions for Siteholder: 1) melt panties and 2) destroy dancefloors.
Siteholder UnCut is our digital only label that releases consistently on a monthly basis. Our main focus is to use UnCut as a platform to put out edgier techno with a riskier sound from a wider range of artists (both well known and up and coming). As of January 2009, we have had 20 releases from artists all over the world.
Siteholder UnCut Limited is actually a set of limited edition vinyl samplers featuring the best of Siteholder UnCut digital tracks. We’ve got 4 UnCut Ltd releases out now, and plan to press more when the time is right.
Facet Recordings is our newest venture focusing mostly on non-dancefloor related, experimental material. You can expect to hear a mixture of trip-hop, downtempo, IDM and other non-dance related material. Facet gives us the opportunity to feature eclectic samplers and full length artist albums.
8. How do you think this crazy economic downturn is going to effect the electronic music scene in the US and Chicago? Any social/political viewpoints?
While I have mentioned that I don’t get out much, there is unfortunately not as strong of a scene as I would like here in Chicago, and I don’t think it has anything to do with the economy. Certainly, people are feeling the financial effects of the economic squeeze, but within the local scene that I feel I am a part of, there seems to be a pretty tight knit community where most people know each other one way or another. Guest lists and comps are always available, and promoters here are always friendly and accommodating with their guest lists.
One of my frustrations about this city’s scene is the disconnect between club managers and promoters from a technical standpoint. Turntables never seem to work, sound systems are rarely if ever tested with the exception of Smartbar – my favorite place to see shows and play. Hardly anyone seems to pay attention or invest in one of the most important aspects of a successful show – the SOUND.
9. What does the first half of 2009 hold in store for you?
Early 2009 is busy busy busy! A new baby at the end of January and a quarter of Financial Accounting and Macroeconomics in school (this certainly is an interesting time to take an econ course!). I’ve got an EP coming out in mid January on Siteholder and have a track coming out on the first Siteholder Facet compilation as well as a remix of Victor Gonzales’ “Do It” on Siteholder UnCut. All the mean while trying to find some spare time to run labels and Abluent Media a digital media aggregation company I started with Billy Dalessandro and Paul Brown. I don’t have many gigs scheduled at this point with the new baby on the way, but Mnookin and I will be playing with Claude Von Stroke at Smartbar on March 7, 2009.
10. Do you have any comments about your exclusive mix for the FWD listeners?
This is the very first mix I have done since The Red Line Sessions ended back in August of 2008. The mix is made up of a lot of newer stuff that struck my fancy, and has an interesting global dynamic that takes a few unexpected turns. Some lulls in energy that may come as a surprise, but I like the peaks and valleys. I hope you all enjoy the mix!
Tuesday, August 26, 2008 – 11am EST | 12pm CST | 5pm GMT
The Red Line Sessions 65 hosted by Brian Ffar
1 Motorcitysoul – The Start Feat. Ernesto [Simple Recordings]
2 Fine Cut Bodies Chris Carter – Fiddlesticks [Chi Recordings]
3 Misc. – Chemosphere (Headhunter Mix) [Lost Souls]
4 Donnacha Costello – Trust [Minimise]
5 Scape One – Fermata [Satamile]
6 Betty Botox – Et (Carlos Peron) 1987 [Endless Flight]
7 Droado – Trystep [Missive]
8 Leif – Kindling [Trimsound]
9 Decado – Opossum Ritual
10 Huge Hephner – Sean Da Don [Siteholder]
11 Michael Louis – Hiato [Siteholder Uncut]
12 Tyrone – Ounce Of Bounce [Siteholder Uncut]
Tuesday, July 22, 2008 – 11am EST | 12pm CST | 5pm GMT
The Red Line Sessions 64 hosted by Brian Ffar
01 Andrea Sartori – Pendant [Persona]
02 Jacopo Carreras – One Sentence (Efdemin Remix) [Lan Music]
03 Johnny D – Since The Last Time (Nekes Remix) [Oslo]
04 Nils Nilson – Taeglich Brot (Tuesday 2008 Edit) [Ostwind]
05 Reference – Exo [Beretta Grey]
06 Robert Babicz – Buffer Expander [Session Deluxe]
07 Fine Cut Bodies + Chris Carrier – Fiddlesticks (Habershams Pick Up Stix Mix] [Chi Recordings]
08 Rohr Schoenemann – Special (Drumcell Rmx) [Kiddaz.FM]
09 Humantronic – Dark Powder [Tongut]
10 The Glitz – Chamise [Ostwind Ltd]
11 Capybara – Cult [Decado]
12 Jacksonville – Broken Robot [Evasive]
13 Reference – Exo (Tadeo Remix) [Beretta Grey]
14 Nikitin and Semikashev – Versatile [Robotronic]
15 Ginoblay – Moving Upstairs [Konsequenz]
Brian Ffar – Red Line Sessions #64
Tuesday, June 24, 2008 – 11am EST | 12pm CST | 5pm GMT
The Red Line Sessions 63 hosted by Brian Ffar
01. Shu Okuyama – Strich [Minimood]
02. Andri – Jacks Back [Slutfunk]
03. Galuszka – Dirty Snitch (Huge Hephner Rmx) [Siteholder UnCut]
04. K James – Your Condition [Resopal]
05. Alland Byallo – Curd (Michal Ho Rmx) [Nightlight]
06. Den – Basement (Dens Self Rmx) [Clever]
07. Super Flu – Sunset Handjob [Traum]
08. Holger Zilske – Wrecker06 (Smash TV Edit) [Factor City]
09. Lee Curtiss – Trim [Dumb Unit]
10. Maetrik – Heat [Ironbox]
11. Bagur – Angle Droit (Ion Ludwig Rmx) [Room SixOneThree]
12. Dirka Dirka – Dirka Dirka (Gridvik Rmx) [Dipolter]
Brian Ffar – The Red Line Sessions #63
Tuesday, April 22, 2008 – 11am EST | 12pm CST | 5pm GMT
The Red Line Sessions 61 hosted by Brian Ffar
No Tracklisting Available
This is a live set of Brian Ffar and Daniel Mnookin recorded live at Smartbar (Chicago) on April 11, 2008.
Brian Ffar – Red Line Sessions #61
Tuesday, March 25, 2008 – 11am EST | 12pm CST | 5pm GMT
The Red Line Sessions 60 hosted by Brian Ffar
01 Lawrence – Rabbit Tube (DJ Koze Rmx) [Mule Electronic]
02 Josh Dahlberg – OMGPHEEK [Blank]
03 The Thrillers – Speedball [Persona]
04 Slutbox – Backseat Driver [Siteholder 7]
05 Marek Bois – Roldgold [Rrygular]
06 Josh Cummings – Boo [Blank]
07 Foat&Boddy – Droidnorsch [Mule Electronic]
08 Marek Bois – Kimpton [Rrygular]
09 Billy Dalessandro – In The Dark (Brian Ffar Rmx) [Siteholder UnCut 10]
10 Minilogue – Ghost [Mule Electronic]
11 Max Stremen – Boris [Modulator]
12 Lasik – Angel Shadow (Mute Remix) [Suspiria Digital]
Brian Ffar – Red Line Sessions #60
Tuesday, February 26, 2008 – 11am CST | 12pm EST | 5pm GMT
The Red Line Sessions 59 hosted by Brian Ffar
01 Julien H Mulder – Tweeking Me [UV Dog]
02 Maetrik – Polygonic Bug (Brian Ffar Rmx) [Iron Box Music]
03 Vacuum – Gibson&s Revenge 1 [Blank]
04 Donk Boys – Acid Boys Horses Girls [Frankie]
05 Hidenobu Ito – Wake [Mos Ferry]
06 G. Riedatz – Mode [Timbee]
07 Sebrok – Boob Tube [Paso]
08 Henneberg – Winter Dump [Areal]
09 Superchumbo – The Noise (Nick & Danne Chatelains Forced Mix) [Chumbo Mundo]
10 Tobias Unger – Beginning Of The End (Tigerskin Rmx) [Deep In Rhythm]
11 Kill Memory Crash – Catch My Drip [Spectral Sounds]
12 Fine Cut Bodies – Hancut Hacuka (Kodek Rmx) [Chi]
Brian ffar – Red Line Sessions #59
Tuesday, January 22, 2007 – 11am CST | 12pm EST | 5pm GMT
The Red Line Sessions 58 hosted by Brian Ffar
01 Slutbox – Nitrogen 2 Oxygen 1 (Jason Emsley Rmx) [Siteholder Records 3]
02 Brian Ffar – Ballroom Hustler (Billy Dalessandro Rmx) [Siteholder Records 4]
03 Huge Hephner – Just In Time [Siteholder UnCut 2]
04 DimDJ – Dead By Night (Slutbox Rmx) [Siteholder UnCut 3]
05 Galuszka – Cellblock 3 [Siteholder UnCut 5]
06 Daniel Mnookin – Spotted Cow [Siteholder UnCut 1]
07 Brian Ffar – Icebreaker [Siteholder UnCut 4]
08 Donk Boys – Kantorer [Siteholder UnCut 7]
09 Slutbox – Filthy Fibber (Brian Ffar Rmx) [Siteholder UnCut 8]
10 Bumpin Ugly – Work Me (Maetrik Rmx) [Siteholder UnCut 6]
11 Slutbox – Nitrogen 2 Oxygen 2 [Siteholder Records 3]
12 Billy Dalessandro – Dont Sleep [Siteholder Records 1]
13 Billy Dalessandro – Are You There [Siteholder Records 5]
14 Billy Dalessandro – That Trick She Knows [Siteholder Records 2]
Brian ffar – Red Line Sessions #58