Hello everybody. The Pandora Podcast Series is heading over to the discotheque for a spell. Lace up and hydrate.
The new show went up this morning, and our guest is downtempo producer and percussionist Chris Horgan. Chris and his Beatropolis bandmates play live versions of House, Trance and Techno beats, and we discuss studio recordings by Cubase Dan, Debroglie and Nepenthe. We delineate the musical elements that define the House sound, hear the crescendos specific to Trance, and parse out the dry minimalism and African drumming roots of Techno. Whether you’re intimately familiar with electronic dance music or not, there’s something in it for you. Chris, by the way, is a native of the great state of Florida.
Go directly to Episode 13 here, or head over to the main podcast page to see and hear all of these free shows.
Chris and I will be checking the comments section frequently, so fire away if you’ve got anything for us.
Thoomp thoomp thoomp thoomp,


  1. Kevin Seal
    June 11, 2007 at 2:07pm
    Thanks for the propers, folks! Hi, Hunter, What you're asking for is a pay-for-play service, which isn't really what we do. Our free radio player links to iTunes and to Amazon, where you can purchase the specific songs you want. We're glad you're listening, though, and hopefully your radio stations will play both songs you know and love and other songs that may surprise you.
  2. Enea
    June 12, 2007 at 9:29am
    It was nice.
  3. Beni
    June 12, 2007 at 2:54pm
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    June 18, 2007 at 5:39pm
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    December 10, 2009 at 2:48pm
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