Max Tundra

Kiss The Future Vol. 11
(Original upload date 4 June 2007)

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Fledermaus Can’t Get It (Max Tundra Remix) by Von Sudenfed
You Never Know (The Kloq Remix) by Kloq
Control I’m Here by Sebastian R. Komor & XP8
I Can’t Wait (Denny Tsettos Dub) by Dianne Wesley
I’m Gonna Make You Fall In Love With Me (Remix) by Heaven 17
Perspex Sex (Ewan Pearson’s Hi-NRG Remix) by Freeform Five
Easy Love by MSTRKRFT
Feels Like Home (Original Mix) by Meck featuring Dino Lenny
Sleeper In Metropolis 3000 (Club Mix) by Anne Clark
Military Fashion Show by And One
Warm Leatherette by Chicks On Speed

“Choose your weapon, time to go…a military fashion show”

The fare here is a little edgier than previous mixes. If you grew up listening to EBM, Wax Trax! and Nettwerk Records you should feel right at home.

This mix was inspired by the And One track, which I’m obsessed with right now. I can has eastern European-sounding technopop with a military theme? Is it the Cold War all over again? Hells yeah! Thanks to Kynt for pointing it out, because I hadn’t heard anything by them since their debut single in 1990.

Kloq (a.k.a. Oz Morsley) is currently one of my favorites, and I’m eagerly awaiting his full-length album.

The Heaven 17 single has only been out for a month and it went down a storm when I DJed at Basket in San Francisco a couple of weeks ago.

Max Tundra

Queen – The 50 Pound Note Mix
(Original upload date 6 May 2007)

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One Vision (Extended Vision)
Stone Cold Crazy (Nine Inch Nails Mix)
The Invisible Man
Under Pressure (Rah Mix) by Queen & David Bowie
Another One Bites The Dust (Cedric Gervais & Second Sun Vocal Mix)
New York At Last by Smash
Love Kills (Sunshine People Club Remix) by Freddie Mercury
Burn Your Radio (Queen vs. John Lydon vs. Public Enemy) by Instamatic
Fat Bottomed Girls (Roman Pushkin Main Mix)
A Kind Of Magic
Flash (Extended Mix) by Queen + Vanguard
I Was Born To Love You (Max Tundra Remix)

“Fat bottomed girls you make the rockin’ world go ’round”

Three of these tracks have previously appeared in the Kiss The Future series, making Queen the artist who has appeared the most. I was really surprised once I realized that because I’d have assumed it was New Order, The Knife, Depeche Mode, or anyone else!

New York At Last is essentially a new Queen track in the same way that Free As A Bird was a new Beatles track. It started as one of Freddie’s demos, and by carefully sampling and layering guitar, bass, and drum parts from other Queen songs then merging the results with an electro synth line reminiscent of Radio Ga Ga (it is, in fact, the synth line from the remix of Love Kills which follows it) Smash made it made something good enough that it could have been a single.

Max Tundra

Show #46 – Bacchanalia
(Original upload date 29 May 2006)

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Electromagnetic by Freeform Five
Shoes by Kelly
5 8 6 by La Fin De Tout
Welcome To The Pleasuredome (Pleasurefix 12″ Mix) by Frankie Goes To Hollywood
You Gotta Say Yes To Another Excess (12″ Mix) by Yello
And Then Finally by Fixmer/McCarthy
Terry Riley Disco (Max Tundra Remix) by Simon Bookish
Talk (Junkie XL Mix) by Coldplay
World In My Eyes (White Label) by Depeche Mode
Choose Evil by Severed Heads
Little Lies (White Label) by Fleetwood Mac
A Kick In The Teeth (White Label) by Fischerspooner
In A Lonely Place by C Bentley