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The Static Nothings of Robot Love Live @ Rites of Midwinter 2019

by Trashpanda

January 2019

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Tracks

I'm on the pursuit of happiness
I know everything that shine ain't always gold
I'll be fine once I get it
I'll be good
Kid Cudi, Pursuit of Happiness

Genres

tech house
minimal techno
electronica
deep euro house
tropical house
german techno
melodic techno
new rave
organic house
alternative dance
danish electronic
danish techno
microhouse
new french touch
electro house
filter house
german tech house
hamburg electronic
australian dance
australian pop
canadian electronic
deep house
deep tropical house
disco house
electroclash
ethnotronica
float house
frankfurt electronic
french indie pop
french indietronica
french tech house
gauze pop
german house
hip hop
house
indie rock
indietronica
leipzig electronic
minimal tech house
modern rock
ohio hip hop
organic electronic
pop
pop rap
progressive house
rap
rock

The Artists

  • Ante Perry

  • Booka Shade

  • Dayne S

  • DJ Koze

  • Étienne de Crécy

  • Fulltone

  • HolyU

  • Joachim Pastor

  • Joris Delacroix

  • Kid Cudi

  • Kölsch

  • Lane 8

  • Lexer

  • Marek Hemmann

  • Max Manie

  • MGMT

  • Michael Bibi

  • Moderat

  • Monkey Safari

  • Mylo

  • Mylo MacInnes

  • Nico Stojan

  • Ratatat

  • Robot Love

  • Ron Flatter

  • Sia

  • Solomun

  • Tiga

About

Set name
The Static Nothings of Robot Love (Live @ Rites of Midwinter 2019)
DJ
Trashpanda
Genre
Deep House
Performance date
January 19, 2019
Location
Oakland, California
Set number
020
Track count
22
Artist count
28
Total length
2 hours, 4 minutes, 51 seconds
Notes
Ladies and gentlemen, uh, we’ve just lost the picture, but what we’ve seen speaks for itself. The warehouse has apparently been taken over — "conquered" if you will — by a master race of fire spewing robots. It’s difficult to tell from this vantage point whether they will consume the captive earthlings or merely enslave them. One thing is for certain: there is no stopping them. The bots will soon be here. And I, for one, welcome our new robot overlords. I’d like to remind them that as a trusted DJ personality, I can be helpful in rounding up others to toil in their underground urban lairs.

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