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The Sound

by Proton Radio presents Lance Cashion

A road map through todays various forms of electronic music -- from the early morning sounds of melodic breaks to the deviously twisted beats of progressive house.
Genre: Electronic: House
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1. Shoreline Dan Portch
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2. Messy Textures Blue Haze
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3. Agenda Relisys
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4. Transmission 3001 Orchid
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5. With Sexy Results Relisys
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6. Toobin (Rob Curtis Mix) Medway & John Morgan
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7. Brindavan (Momu Remix) Digital Witchcraft
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8. Western High Derek Howell
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9. The Unthinkable Pat Foosheen
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10. Twilight Rob Curtis
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11. Don't Touch It The Sanctuary Moon
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12. Pale Creatures Micah
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13. Badhatu Dan Morris & Shylock
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14. Sunrise Girl Rich D.
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15. That Moment Ray & Peter
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16. NineTen Blue Haze
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17. Rain (Soul Tan Remix) Astrid
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18. Aenema (Noel Sanger Remix) PQM Project
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19. We're Gonna Be Ok Derek Howell
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"My favorite thing in the world is watching and listening to people react to a piece of music-- I feel most comfortable behind two tables and a mixer... That is where I can be myself, that is where I communicate best with people. Without anxiety, just passion." - Lance Cashion

After over a year of hosting the Sound on Proton Radio, Lance Cashion inaugurates the station's mix compilation series with a 2-CD release showcasing a varied repertoire of tracks submitted by artists to support Proton.

When the first call for unsigned material was made over six months ago, the response was literally overwhelming. Sorting through over 300 productions revealed that not only were industry champions like PQM, Momu, and Sultan answering the call but dozens of aspiring artists were as well: Micah. Orchid. Derek Howell-- names now familiar to Proton listeners but at the time were relatively unknown, only now just now bursting onto the scene. The result is a pair of mixes that acts as a road map through todays various forms of electronic music -- from the early morning sounds of melodic breaks to the deviously twisted beats of progressive house.

Those who want to support Proton Radio and guarantee the continuation of the series are urged to purchase the compilation. As a listener supported radio station, all proceeds from 'The Sound' will go towards Proton Radio's operating costs and future releases, so those who want to support Proton Radio can guarantee the continuation of our broadcast by picking up Lance's mix.


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Doug Greenberg

Progressive dance music lives!
Over the past few years, progressive house/breaks/trance have declined in popularity, and good new dj mixes within these genres have become few and far between. These mixes by Lance Cashion show, however, that good progressive dance music still is being created. This cd set, apparently a kind of fundraiser for the independent Proton label, includes some fine breaks and proggy house tracks, and the mixing is excellent. I'd recommend this set to people who have enjoyed the Global Underground mixes and also those from other dj's associated with (relatively) noncommercial dance music.