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Acid Camp Podcast

Acid Camp

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Acid Camp Podcast
Acid Camp Podcast

Acid Camp Podcast

Acid Camp

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Followers
11
Plays
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Searching for Paradise on the Dance Floor

Latest Episodes

Acid Camp Vol. 109 — Space Drum Meditation

Follow @spacedrummeditation One hour for the darker shades of helter-skelter rhythm patterns that'll take you into a new dimension of floating still driving percussive realms. Drums are essential, healing through darkness is possible.

62 MINOCT 10
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Acid Camp Vol. 109 — Space Drum Meditation

Acid Camp Vol. 108 — Robin Ball

Follow @robinball, @memoryboxparties, @groove-pressure Robin Ball is a dance music maverick. He’s been DJ’ing and putting on parties since the age of 14 in his own un-conformist style. He’s run independent record labels and a music distribution company tutored unruly kids in the art of DJ’ing and run a three-piece live dance music group. At present, he is most known for his Memory Box parties and Groovepressure record label.

90 MINOCT 9
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Acid Camp Vol. 108 — Robin Ball

Acid Camp Vol. 106 — Eoin DJ

Follow @eoindj Over the past 6 years Eoin DJ has slowly but surely become a regular fixture in Irish nightlife, holding down club residencies at Electric and Izakaya and hosting a monthly show on Dublin Digital Radio. Eoin is also a familiar face on the Irish festival circuit, and has been booked to play further afield in clubs like Loftus Hall in Berlin. As booker, promoter and DJ at numerous parties in both Galway and Dublin, the West coast native has honed a sound that takes in the entire spectrum of house and techno music, opting for records with a sense of timelessness that are underscored by flashes of colour and feeling to create transcendental dancefloor moments. His mix for Acid Camp is inspired by early morning rave moments, with a nod to some favourites from California.

66 MINSEP 16
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Acid Camp Vol. 106 — Eoin DJ

Acid Camp Vol. 105 — Akumen

Follow @akumenmusic Dj/Producer and curator of Made to Move, Akumen, has been DJing in the Los Angeles music scene for the last five years but has been a musician most of his life. Working out of his home studio in LA’s Chinatown, Akumen produces music that can be uplifting and harmonious or brawny with a melancholy undertone. His sounds ride the line between house, techno, and disco. Depending on the track, Akumen uses everything from a TR8S or SE-02 to his live bass guitar to create his music. He is a founding member of Made to Move, a monthly event and live stream radio show by the same name focused on showcasing house DJs from Southern California and abroad. Follow him @AkumenMusic for updates on his latest mixes, recent vinyl release, and upcoming shows.

66 MINAUG 27
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Acid Camp Vol. 105 — Akumen

Acid Camp Vol. 104 — Lárus

Follow @laurencemcaulay London based Glaswegian Laurence McAulay, aka Lárus, is a DJ and promoter of the party Vicious Creatures. Formerly plying their trade from the world renowned Sub Club where the likes of Job Jobse, Ellen Allien + Spencer Parker made appearances you can now find them running bi-monthly nights at London venue The Waiting Room.

88 MINAUG 13
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Acid Camp Vol. 104 — Lárus

Acid Camp Vol. 103 — Hysteria

Follow @imhysteria, @patternsofperception Sydney born and now Berlin based, Hysteria is a product of his surroundings. Alongside friends and resident DJs, he co-created Patterns of Perception in 2016. Through their carefully curated parties at OHM Berlin, About Blank and the mix series, the platform has established itself as a destination for a more contemporary approach to techno. As a creative director in his day to day, he always has an eye on aesthetics and narratives, a skill he uses to craft sets to always gets the dance floor moving at any time of night or day. He would describe his sound as deep groovy cosmic vibes. This set was recorded at the Patterns of Perception Three Year party at About Blank, Berlin.

71 MINAUG 6
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Acid Camp Vol. 103 — Hysteria

Acid Camp Vol. 102 — Tony Rainwater

Tony currently lives in NYC, but spent the majority of his adult life in Chicago having a lot of fun clubbing. When he is not doing stuff with electronic music he is pursuing a career in social work and fashion. At the moment Tony is addicted to breaks. He hopes you enjoy this mix of moonlit music. Follow @anthonyabbadessa

62 MINJUL 31
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Acid Camp Vol. 102 — Tony Rainwater

Acid Camp Vol. 101 — MarceauxMarceaux

MarceauxMarceaux is a Memphis-based, New Orleans-born DJ and producer. His style is an eclectic blend of electronic soundscapes and rave friendly techno that feels right at home on dark dance floor. As a producer his music patches together electro, house and techno with distinctive and exciting experimentation in sound design. Marceaux is on a breakthrough run in 2019, sharing billings with Octo Octa, Horse Meat Disco, Honcho and more. Follow @marceauxmarceaux

128 MINJUL 23
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Acid Camp Vol. 101 — MarceauxMarceaux

Acid Camp Vol. 100 — Furtive

Manifesting techno as a warped and acerbic tangle of textures, Furtive hesitantly insists on blazing his own trails of unconventional sound design, trying to reconcile techno’s brutal, implacable presence with glittering & playful flourishes, both in his studio work and in DJ sets. Furtive is a member of SEQUENCE, a colorful collective organizing and promoting some of the District’s zaniest warehouse techno parties. Follow @furtivetrax Tracklist: 1. Loumar - Loaded 2. 214 - Field Studies 3. Gacha Bakradze - Rubber Plant 4. r²π - Recursive 5. Antigone - Blue Note 6. MTD - Cold Entrance 7. Vertical Spectrum - Down The Rabbit Hole 8. Michal Wolski - Subtle Sound 9. Rhyw - Aqua Velva 10. Sinfol - Unstable (Francois X Remix) 11. MYI - Gamma 12. Florian Meindl - Hidden Population (Flug Remix) 13. Active Fragments - Kwanta 14. Archivist - Tagma 15. Oliver Kucera - Groen (Linear Straight Remix) 16. Mark Kloud - Coplanar

62 MINJUL 19
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Acid Camp Vol. 100 — Furtive

Acid Camp Vol. 99 — Aresibo

Arys, born in Almaty, Kazakhstan found a new home in Tbilisi where they could immerse themselves in a flourishing dance music community. We are honored to share this mix under their alias Aresibo. "A playful mix of Chicago and Acid house with a slight Spanish touch – the type of music I would normally play at the queer raves here in Tbilisi." Follow @aresibo

57 MINJUN 17
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Acid Camp Vol. 99 — Aresibo

Latest Episodes

Acid Camp Vol. 109 — Space Drum Meditation

Follow @spacedrummeditation One hour for the darker shades of helter-skelter rhythm patterns that'll take you into a new dimension of floating still driving percussive realms. Drums are essential, healing through darkness is possible.

62 MINOCT 10
Comments
Acid Camp Vol. 109 — Space Drum Meditation

Acid Camp Vol. 108 — Robin Ball

Follow @robinball, @memoryboxparties, @groove-pressure Robin Ball is a dance music maverick. He’s been DJ’ing and putting on parties since the age of 14 in his own un-conformist style. He’s run independent record labels and a music distribution company tutored unruly kids in the art of DJ’ing and run a three-piece live dance music group. At present, he is most known for his Memory Box parties and Groovepressure record label.

90 MINOCT 9
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Acid Camp Vol. 108 — Robin Ball

Acid Camp Vol. 106 — Eoin DJ

Follow @eoindj Over the past 6 years Eoin DJ has slowly but surely become a regular fixture in Irish nightlife, holding down club residencies at Electric and Izakaya and hosting a monthly show on Dublin Digital Radio. Eoin is also a familiar face on the Irish festival circuit, and has been booked to play further afield in clubs like Loftus Hall in Berlin. As booker, promoter and DJ at numerous parties in both Galway and Dublin, the West coast native has honed a sound that takes in the entire spectrum of house and techno music, opting for records with a sense of timelessness that are underscored by flashes of colour and feeling to create transcendental dancefloor moments. His mix for Acid Camp is inspired by early morning rave moments, with a nod to some favourites from California.

66 MINSEP 16
Comments
Acid Camp Vol. 106 — Eoin DJ

Acid Camp Vol. 105 — Akumen

Follow @akumenmusic Dj/Producer and curator of Made to Move, Akumen, has been DJing in the Los Angeles music scene for the last five years but has been a musician most of his life. Working out of his home studio in LA’s Chinatown, Akumen produces music that can be uplifting and harmonious or brawny with a melancholy undertone. His sounds ride the line between house, techno, and disco. Depending on the track, Akumen uses everything from a TR8S or SE-02 to his live bass guitar to create his music. He is a founding member of Made to Move, a monthly event and live stream radio show by the same name focused on showcasing house DJs from Southern California and abroad. Follow him @AkumenMusic for updates on his latest mixes, recent vinyl release, and upcoming shows.

66 MINAUG 27
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Acid Camp Vol. 105 — Akumen

Acid Camp Vol. 104 — Lárus

Follow @laurencemcaulay London based Glaswegian Laurence McAulay, aka Lárus, is a DJ and promoter of the party Vicious Creatures. Formerly plying their trade from the world renowned Sub Club where the likes of Job Jobse, Ellen Allien + Spencer Parker made appearances you can now find them running bi-monthly nights at London venue The Waiting Room.

88 MINAUG 13
Comments
Acid Camp Vol. 104 — Lárus

Acid Camp Vol. 103 — Hysteria

Follow @imhysteria, @patternsofperception Sydney born and now Berlin based, Hysteria is a product of his surroundings. Alongside friends and resident DJs, he co-created Patterns of Perception in 2016. Through their carefully curated parties at OHM Berlin, About Blank and the mix series, the platform has established itself as a destination for a more contemporary approach to techno. As a creative director in his day to day, he always has an eye on aesthetics and narratives, a skill he uses to craft sets to always gets the dance floor moving at any time of night or day. He would describe his sound as deep groovy cosmic vibes. This set was recorded at the Patterns of Perception Three Year party at About Blank, Berlin.

71 MINAUG 6
Comments
Acid Camp Vol. 103 — Hysteria

Acid Camp Vol. 102 — Tony Rainwater

Tony currently lives in NYC, but spent the majority of his adult life in Chicago having a lot of fun clubbing. When he is not doing stuff with electronic music he is pursuing a career in social work and fashion. At the moment Tony is addicted to breaks. He hopes you enjoy this mix of moonlit music. Follow @anthonyabbadessa

62 MINJUL 31
Comments
Acid Camp Vol. 102 — Tony Rainwater

Acid Camp Vol. 101 — MarceauxMarceaux

MarceauxMarceaux is a Memphis-based, New Orleans-born DJ and producer. His style is an eclectic blend of electronic soundscapes and rave friendly techno that feels right at home on dark dance floor. As a producer his music patches together electro, house and techno with distinctive and exciting experimentation in sound design. Marceaux is on a breakthrough run in 2019, sharing billings with Octo Octa, Horse Meat Disco, Honcho and more. Follow @marceauxmarceaux

128 MINJUL 23
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Acid Camp Vol. 101 — MarceauxMarceaux

Acid Camp Vol. 100 — Furtive

Manifesting techno as a warped and acerbic tangle of textures, Furtive hesitantly insists on blazing his own trails of unconventional sound design, trying to reconcile techno’s brutal, implacable presence with glittering & playful flourishes, both in his studio work and in DJ sets. Furtive is a member of SEQUENCE, a colorful collective organizing and promoting some of the District’s zaniest warehouse techno parties. Follow @furtivetrax Tracklist: 1. Loumar - Loaded 2. 214 - Field Studies 3. Gacha Bakradze - Rubber Plant 4. r²π - Recursive 5. Antigone - Blue Note 6. MTD - Cold Entrance 7. Vertical Spectrum - Down The Rabbit Hole 8. Michal Wolski - Subtle Sound 9. Rhyw - Aqua Velva 10. Sinfol - Unstable (Francois X Remix) 11. MYI - Gamma 12. Florian Meindl - Hidden Population (Flug Remix) 13. Active Fragments - Kwanta 14. Archivist - Tagma 15. Oliver Kucera - Groen (Linear Straight Remix) 16. Mark Kloud - Coplanar

62 MINJUL 19
Comments
Acid Camp Vol. 100 — Furtive

Acid Camp Vol. 99 — Aresibo

Arys, born in Almaty, Kazakhstan found a new home in Tbilisi where they could immerse themselves in a flourishing dance music community. We are honored to share this mix under their alias Aresibo. "A playful mix of Chicago and Acid house with a slight Spanish touch – the type of music I would normally play at the queer raves here in Tbilisi." Follow @aresibo

57 MINJUN 17
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Acid Camp Vol. 99 — Aresibo
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