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'The Martian Experience' by Jeff Mills

3-hours Jeff Mills extravaganza, including a 90-minutes live exclusive mix

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Jeff Mills to headline special No Sleep line up on Day Zero at Exit Festival!

This year’s EXIT Festival will last for five days and nights, and its Day Zero has become a true festival in itself! After showcasing world-famous clubs at the Petrovaradin Fortress in Serbia and organizing parties in London, Barcelona, Brussels and other destinations, the revered EXIT’s stage, No Sleep Novi Sad, will pass through its tunnel and spill over to the neighbouring mts Dance Arena, raising the flag of the first No Sleep Festival at Exit on Wednesday, July 5! 1,024 more words

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Spiral Deluxe - Tathata [AX074]

Spiral Deluxe is a band led by Jeff Mills. Initially formed for the performances in Japan (Tokyo/Kobe) and released “Kobe Sessions” EP (AX070) last year, they gathered again in October 2016 for European tour, when they named themselves as Spiral Deluxe. 22 more words

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Jeff Mills - Planets [AXCD051]

The history of Planets … It has been 100 years since the British composer Gustav Holst introduced his most famous score «The Planets». An elegant musical tour to each one of our Planets in the Solar System, Holst brought forth imaginary visions of space that would survive many generations and decades after. 365 more words

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Jeff Mills - The Serenade

Classy, sleek, light-as-a-feather Techno from the Detroit legend; off of his 2000 album ‘Three Ages’.

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Jeff Mills - Roman Age

Brilliant, brilliant tune from Mills here. Detroit techno always had a cinematic quality to it, even in it’s low tech origins; an element that went way beyond the dancefloor and into flights of fancy. 37 more words

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Jeff Mills - Zenith

Detroit Techno, pure and simple. This lovely slice of Hi-Tech Soul is from the one and only Jeff Mills a.k.a ‘The Wizard’. Taken from ‘From The 21st Part 1’ (2004).

Techno