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D-Node 162: Bill Youngman Live PA | Killekill

Bill Youngman emerged onto the techno scene in the mid ’90s with “Electrostep” on NYC label Serotonin. He’s since released a steady stream of idiosyncratic tracks reimaging the popular techno blueprint through a more experimental lens, including a series of EPs with Neil Landstrumm. Now he’s affiliated with Berlin label Killekill, having recently put out the Shadent 12″, an edit of which is in the mix below. For D-Node 162, Bill has delivered a unique live PA wherein you will find him constructing / deconstructing original productions / edits and finding different paths around the beat using a mix of hardware and software including Native Instrument’s Maschine. I have seen him perform first hand at Berlin’s Suicide Circus and i can assure you… Bill is as live as it gets.


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Tracklist
1.hh3 (edit)
2. unidentified (edit)
3. db4 (edit)
4. newbie (edit)
5. awelectro (edit)
6. shadent (edit)
7. the truce (edit)
8. db3 (edit)
9. correlation (edit)
10. db1 (edit)

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4 Responses to “D-Node 162: Bill Youngman Live PA | Killekill”

  • Marcel says:

    the sample rate reduction stuff going on at the last track (as this set slows down) mega fun….

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