Best clr podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Chris Liebing is a Techno pioneer, DJ, producer, radio host and the driving force behind CLR. He has been one of the first DJs who fully embraced the digital age of music and since then he has never stopped working on his DJ and production setup to find the most direct and dynamic form of sonic expression. For 2015 he and his growing team of like-minded artists are looking forward to a variety of exiting events and residencies worldwide.Still, I want to mention certain things during the show ...
 
Techno is a hard and underground form of electronic dance music, characterised by heavy percussion and driving beats that build in layers. In this podcast Vincent Maher mixes some of the latest tracks from the worlds top techno producers.
 
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SUBSILON PODCAST
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Live set techno with the dj/producer Subsilon.
 
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Wasabi Tunes
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Follow Alex Bau around the globe with his monthly mix. Techno music in its basic sense and on an undoubtedly quality orientated standard.
 
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Tex-Rec Podcast
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Techno Minimal Livesets!
 
Plus Eins recordings launched in february 2011 and quickly established itself as one of the brightest new stars within Berlin’s glittering galaxy of electronic music labels, producers and DJs. Founded and owned by Jens Fuchs and Tim Hrymon, the label boasts a sound that is simultaneously familiar and innovative. Rooted in the classic structures of techno and minimal, Plus Eins recordings has harnessed the triple threat approach: its records reference vintage dancefloor minimalism, engage wit ...
 
Cadencia is a monthly podcast from UK Techno artist Sejon. Each month will feature an established or upcoming artist with a guest mix, plus a resident mix from Sejon. Previous guests have included:Ambivalent (Minus)Alberto Pascual (Plus8, Drumcode LTD)Reset Robot (Intacto, Truesoul)Dez (Etichetta Nera)Sasha Carassi (Drumcode, Rekluse, Soma)Ian Void (Geushky)Tunnel (Webuildmachines)Steve Parker (SCI+TEC Digital, Ovum, Spark)Justin James (Minus)Aleja Sanchez (Etichetta Nera)Dean Driscoll (Disc ...
 
A series of live mixes from Nigel's gigs around the globe.
 
This Podcast had been planned for ages, but Sade Rush only founded it in October 2011, in iTunes. It followed by extensive organizing work. First it came out with own mixes, since it have been coming out 2-times in a month with own and famous dj's mixes too from all over the world, containing fresh techno music, like the Australian DJ HI-Shock, the English Tom Laws, the American Dylan Drazen, and the Hungarian GabeeN and Monocraft's mixes. The aim of this Podcast is to show something new and ...
 
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CLR 1863. An American-born daughter of Nigerian immigrant parents relates her tapestry-enriching American experience as she applies for medical school.
 
CLR 1861. A CLR Special Presentation. Live recordings of the voices and aspirations of participants in the 'March For Our Lives' anti-gun violence event held at Ardsley, NY on March 24, 2018.
 
CLR 1857. Will we fall prey to the fears and fear mongering of Donald Trump and his cohorts, or will we willingly suppress our fears and elevates our hopes? The future of our democracy is in the balance.
 
Pastor’s Note In Joshua 21:45 we are reminded again that all we are reading in these Old Testament chapters is a testament to God’s faithfulness —“Not one word of all the good promises that the Lord had made to the house of Israel had failed; all came to pass.” We count on the God who keeps his promises. From his promise that in the end he will ...…
 
Pastor’s Note In the book of Deuteronomy we read a reiteration of the dietary restrictions for the Old Testament Israelites. When Christ came he rescinded this ceremonial set of rules (as we recently read in Mark 7:19). Acts 10 sheds light on the role these food regulations played in distinguishing the Jews of the Old Testament and that the abo ...…
 
Azure SQL Database Managed Instance combines the best aspects of SQL Server and Azure SQL as a platform service. It enables you to run applications with dependencies on SQL CLR, SQL Server Agent or cross database queries like you would on a physical or virtual server running SQL Server, but as a managed instance you get the as a service benefit ...…
 
https://www.traxsource.com/userchart/67052/dj-simon-andrews-best-of-jan-2018Stephane Deschezeaux - Jump ! (Original Mix) - Springbok RecordsCN Williams - I Want You Love (Original Mix) - REELHOUSE RECORDSTheDjLawyer - Stand It (Disco Mix) - Bruto Records VintageChevals - See You When I Git My Heart Broken (Original Mix) - HOMAGEPaolo Bardelli, ...…
 
Pastor’s Note In our Old Testament reading today I trust we will be challenged by the review of the varied gifts and offerings that please God. And may our look at the Transfiguration in Mark 9 remind us that our Triune God is worthy of all of them. I pray, as Malachi 1 reminds us, that we will reflect the purity of our theology by the quality ...…
 
The third episode is out! Like, Share & Subscribe on any Social Media platforms if you enjoyed!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL4hZ4EnsTxkNteazDTBEdgwww.facebook.com/BeatRebellionPodcast/www.instagram.com/beatrebellionwww.mixcloud.com/BeatRebellion/Buy the music if you liked it!Tracklist:Dax J - Valve Systems (Original Mix)Alderaan - Ancient ...…
 
Pastor’s Note We jump back into the fascinating story of Balaam, the “prophet for hire”, and the failure of Balak’s plan to foil the progress and success of God’s people. What a great reminder to us that “When a man’s way pleases the Lord, he makes even his enemies to be at peace with him” (Pr.16:7). Unfortunately that doesn’t last long, as the ...…
 
Pastor’s Note Right out of the gate in Leviticus we see an intense picture of the substitutionary atonement of Christ. May we all remember that Christ died so that we could live. He suffered so that we could be blessed. He took the just response from the father so that we could receive God’s forgiveness. — Pastor Mike Recent Readings April 23 A ...…
 
Pastor’s Note As we finish reading the book of Exodus I trust we have a renewed appreciation of the concern God has for us to understand his inherent “separateness.” God is holy and we must never assume that he is simply “the man upstairs” or some other trivialized version of today’s humanized deity. May we all seek to exalt God in our thinking ...…
 
Pastor’s Note Today we finish reading what is arguably the most scathing recorded indictment by Christ. Here Jesus shows his deep disdain for the hypocrisy of saying one thing and doing another. May we avoid reading the remainder of Matthew 23 with someone else in mind. Instead may God’s Spirit bring conviction where it’s needed, and may there ...…
 
Pastor’s Note God again shows himself in Exodus to be not only holy, but also amazingly merciful. God could have been done with sinful people on so many occasions, but like a compassionate father, God is gracious and forgiving. Praise God for the “renewed covenant” and for the way he takes his stumbling people and persistently calls them to get ...…
 
Pastor’s Note The brief description of Oholiab and Bezalel in Exodus 31 should call on us to be thankful for the derived skills and talents that God variously endows on his people. No matter what the excellent craft may be, if it is in fact excellent, it is a gracious gift granted by God. This truth should fuel obedience to the prompt of Christ ...…
 
Pastor’s Note May today’s reading in Exodus remind us of the intention of Christ found in Revelation, that we are to be a kingdom and priests to our God (Rev.5:9-10). Because of the costly work of Christ we have access and entrance into a genuine relationship with God. And as John wrote, “We are God’s children now, and what we will be has not y ...…
 
Pastor’s Note More details on the Old Testament worship center today. And with them, more reminders concerning the impossibility of unmitigated fellowship with God in our present fallen state. How grateful we should be for the mediation of Jesus Christ, who suffered at the hands of sinful people to save sinful men and women so that we can one d ...…
 
EP43: Where Leaders Fall Short w/ executive coach Dennis Tyrrell Dennis Tyrrell is an executive and life coach that helps underperforming leaders maximize their potential through outcome specification. “At the heart of leadership is outcomes.” – Dennis Tyrrell Podcast Episode Available On: iTunes Stitcher Radio TuneIn Radio Summary: After 15+ y ...…
 
Pastor’s Note Today we read of the old covenant’s directions for the worship center, which I hope reminds us of the importance of our worship gatherings. May we see the value God places on excellence, and how important it is that we gather together regularly in our worship center in honor of Christ, bringing him our best. As we read of the crie ...…
 
Pastor’s Note Remember that Israel was “exiting” Egypt without the benefit of Egypt’s courts, laws, and regulations. God is gracious to provide a set of civil codes to allow the Israelites to adjudicate the inevitable problems and disputes that will arise. In our New Testament reading we are preparing for the meaningful events of the Passion We ...…
 
Pastor’s Note Today we review some of the most enduring and influential words that have ever been written. They were also the first words that God wrote to us. Recall that Moses, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, pens the first five books of the Old Testament during the wilderness wanderings, which take place after God inscribes these w ...…
 
Pastor’s Note As we commence with the lingering theme of “grumbling” in our Old Testament reading, I trust that we will be challenged to replace our critical tendencies with thanksgiving. Even in “the wilderness”, when God isn’t granting us all we want, I pray we will remember that God is faithful to provide us with all we need. — Pastor Mike R ...…
 
Pastor’s Note May today’s reading remind us that we are not our own. May it prompt us to be thankful for the leadership and provision of God in our everyday lives. May it also cause us to remember the high value God places on our earthly promises and covenants. Praying that your time in the word continues to make an impact in your life througho ...…
 
Passé composé or imparfait Choosing between the PASSE COMPOSÉ or the IMPARFAIT is always tricky. Let’s start figuring it out here. Both the passé composé and the imparfait are past tenses. So, we frequently use 2 past tenses in French, where there is only one commonly used in English. Exercice – Practice Translate the sentences from one column ...…
 
Pastor’s Note Today we read of the dramatic and sobering first Passover. It is the archetype of Christ’s own sacrifice almost 1,500 years later, and should remind us that the central tenet of Christianity is serious and profound. How wrong moderns are to see Christianity as a happy philosophy for life improvement. How deeply grateful we should ...…
 
Hi there! Welcome to the landing page for my podcast series: "How Does She Do It?" In this episode, I am sharing information about various types of assessment data and how I try to make meaningful use of that data. Click the download button below to listen now. Then take a minute to leave a comment or ask a question. Click here to read the tran ...…
 
KhillaCast broadcast of Friday 19th January 2018 on Deepinradio.com.Every 1st and 3rd Friday of the month from 10-11PM CET or 4-5PM EST, and rebroadcasts/repeats on 2nd & 4th friday.TURN IT UP LOUD!Like what you hear? Consider hitting that repost / like button or tweet it around.Much appreciated!KA.Tracklisting:01 - Platzdasch & Dix - Transitio ...…
 
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