The Techno Terrorists are Matt Drown and Sean Goller. Sean and Matt used
to DJ on the radio at WRCT from about
1991-1998. We no longer do that, but are in the proccess of encoding
up some of our classic analog archives.
mail with what you think so far, or if
you have any specific requests.
The Old Page is available if you are looking for
some of our older playlists.
MP3 Mix Files from Matt and Sean of the Techno Terrorists
Techno Terrorist RADIO SHOWS!
over 15 years many, we have mp3's of some of our radio shows. The first
couple of years were recorded onto the audio tracks of VHS tapes, so they
are between 6 and 8 hours long. Later on we switched to using normal
cassette tapes, and these are in 45-50 minute chunks.
Please remember these are mastered from FM broadcasts onto analog tapes.
All the hiss and FM static is nostalgia, not noise. :)
Local Copies Below, but you can also check out MixCloud for a complete collection!
Fall 1991 - Live from the DMZ
Spring 1992 - Live from our Bass to Yours
Summer 1992 - Live from the Deep Subs
Fall 1992 - Live: Period
04 Apr 2001 - Target - Couple weeks later a rough mix of harder stuff
for you to listen to. This mix is 75:30
long, with hard house elements and then calms down a bit at the end. I
also ended up doing this twice in a row due to accidently stopping the
recording 50 minutes into it on the first take. So this took a couple
18 Mar 2001 - EnTranced - Ok, so it took me over two years to finally
make another mix. Well, here it is. 73 minutes of trance tracks for your
enjoyment. Done in one take, I spent more time trying to reconfigure the
recording computer then doing the actual mix.
21 Nov 1998 -
Ok I made this back in November, and it's got some nice digital pops from
being recordered too high. However after another listen I figure I might
as well put it up here for people to listen to, as the popping is only on
one channel, and not that bad. Trance, techno, different then the
previous one. Take a listen, and feel free to email me with any comments.
19 Sep 1998
- I made a 73 minute mix last night that came out ok. Click on the date
to listen to it, encoded as mp3. The mixing is ok, and the genre is
mostly big-beat style stuff. I'll include a playlist shortly.
The cassette series.
This set of mp3's will be directly off of 45 minute mix tapes that we made
over time. If I can find dates and/or track listings, I will include
that. Also included is who did it, or tag team if more then one of us did
- First in the series as I find tapes and put them down as mp3s. This is
mostly progressive house sounding stuff, with the better mixing going on
in the start. I have memories of doing this in the old WRCT studio late
one evening. (Matt).
- "A Little Feedback" - More housey stuff mixed by Matt. Somehow I forgot
that the tape was 45 minutes long, and the last song gets chopped. Track
listing available and will be put up shortly. Originally mixed ~6pm on
1 July 1993.
- "T-Cubed Volume 1" - Trancey stuff mixed by Sean. Sean remembers that
the tape is only so long. Track listing available and will also be put up
shortly. Originally mixed ~6pm on 12 July 1993.
- 7 April 2001 - SuperMode - Live DJ set
in Pittsburgh. Pictures are available.
Sound quality is all over the place on this, because I couldn't set the
levels while I was mixing. I have a slightly better recording done by the
sound engineer that I'm trying to find to put up here. The music taste is
Euro Hard House, plus a lot of classics as I hadn't been up in public in a
bit, so playing "signature" tunes was what I wanted to do.
- 25 Sep 1998 - Here is the 4 hours of a party I DJ'd from
11:30pm-3:30am. The mixing is ok, music choice is a lot of different
things. It's broken up into three 70 minute and one 30 minute batch.
-This page written by Matt
today, everyweek, even more frequently
acid party, crucial party, let's have a party
rave, rave, rave, murder
never mind the politics
it's a better record then the labor ever had at any time
it's a party, it's a party, yes yes yes
the bass goes on
the bass goes on