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Featured DJ Chart: DJ Stingray

DJ Stingray is Sherard Ingram, one of the Detroit music scene’s mainstays for the past quarter of a century. He is a member of Urban Tribe (along with Kenny Dixon Jr, Carl Craig and Anthony ‘Shake’ Shakir), whose  legendary 1998 album The Collapse Of Modern Culture is now regarded as a defining moment for Detroit techno. Some twelve years later all four are back in different shapes and forms on Program 1 – 12. Deep house, abstract techno, energetic disco, warm downtempo and even shades of dubstep are explored with a touch of real class. We are delighted to present this featured chart from Stingray, which contains a mix of electro (a mainstay in his DJs sets), techno and dubstep. Or, in the words of Ingram himself: “tools for use in the war against the undead.”

1. Alpha 606/ Sync 24 – Lunar Passport (Cultivated Electronics)

“Nice tempo and movement to this 12″ – it’s easy to mix and smooth.”

2. Aux 88 – Mad Scientist Remixes Vol 1 (Ehocism)

“There’s something for everyone with this release from the AUX technicians, including a very slick mix from Jimmy Edgar.”

3. Scanone/Point B/ Flint Kids – The Cantor Dust (Interakt)

“The two starkly different mixes of “Cantour Dust” along with the downtempo “Bert B” by the Flint Kids make this EP a killer three tracker in my view.”

4. Cynthia Stern – Follow (Input Output Inc)

“This one is worth picking up for the “Wee DJs” mix alone!”

5. Syncom Data – 50 Pop Or An Envelope (Bunker)

“A six track no nonsense EP from the always reliable Bunker crew.”

6. Scape One – Diffusion Of Innovations (Bass4bots)

“Some solid audio waves courtesy of the hard working “Scape One”. Goes from about 135 to 120 over five tracks.”

7. Gosub – The Last Time (Citinite)

“”The Eyes of Nimrud” is almost psychotropic – it’s the definite standout of this five track offering from the Citinite imprint.”

8. Gods of Technology – 808s & Altered States EP (Battle Trax)

“Technical precision mixed with a dark synth retro feel via Phil Klien’s Battle Trax label.”

9. Acid Kirk – Out Of The Blew EP (Weme)

“Cool little acid twists and turns should have you trying this one out.”

10. Zerkalo – Experiment Zero (Frustrated Funk)

“I included this for a change of pace and I think it’s something you could listen to before you get on the decks, or maybe after.”