The Onion On My Internet Belt

This mix is the third in a cross genre series all based on the same theme.

To avoid some confusion, no, the direction in the title is nothing more than a marker of difference. The mixes are all collections of place names grouped by genre.

NB: Several people have expressed their desire that I keep writing things here before the mix. In a week or two I will return to that format. To those who reached out, and you know who you are: Thank you!

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Listen to and/or download this podcast! The Funkomaticjamatron Presents… A Sense of Place, East

NOTE: New “The Funkomaticjamatron Presents…” podcasts are generally posted on Fridays. The show archives are around ten shows deep. Beyond that, if the link isn’t active, the mix has been deleted to make way for new material.

Song – Artist – Album
Loch Ness – LFO – Advance.
Riding To Rio – William Orbit – The Best Of Strange Cargos.
Gutaris Breeze (6000km To Amsterdam) – John Beltran – Late Night Beats.
Hold Tight London – The Chemical Brothers – Push The Button.
Berlin Sunrise – Daniel Wang – Ghostly Classics.
South Of Colorado – Techno Squirrels – Plastic Makes It Possible.
Moscow (Remix) – The Future Sound Of London – Accelerator.
Nepal (Stacy’s Midnight Mix) – Groovaholic – Gekko Beginners Guide Mixed by Praha.
Las Vegas Future Past – Juno Reactor – Gods and Monsters.
Jal To Tokyo – Underworld – Lovely Broken Thing.
Minneapolis Coming At Ya (Original Mix) – Chuck Love – Minneapolis Coming At Ya single.
You’re Not From Brighton – Fatboy Slim – You’ve Come A Long Way Baby.
Hawaii Scratch Session Training Session – DJ QBert – You Asked For It.


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