From Oct 2013 - Sept 2019, Electric Retox was Dallas' #1 weekly electronic music podcast. We no longer release new episodes but our mixes will forever live on Apple Podcasts, Mixcloud, TuneIn, Google Play, etc. Keep the music loud!
Ep. 300: End Of Transmission (Greatest Hits)
Well, friends, this is goodbye! After 300 episodes of sharing great music with you, it's time to hang up the headphones. It's been an honor being a part of your weekend for the past 6 years. We'd like to thank our incredibly gifted guest DJs that we've featured over the years. It was a pleasure sharing your passion and your talent with our listeners. And speaking of our listeners, thank you for going on this incredible journey with us! We never could have imagined the incredible support we've received. We're proud to say we've eclipsed 72,000 subscribers and currently have our highest listener engagement to date. We're truly walking away on a high note. To properly say goodbye, our resident DJs have crafted an epic 5+ hour mix for you! It's comprised of our favorite songs that we've played in our own mixes on the podcast -- a greatest hits mix, so to speak. We couldn't think of a better way to showcase both our personal passion for music and how far the podcast has come over the years. So for one final time, we invite you to crank the volume! This is Wade Weston, Roscoe, Carlos and Red signing off...
Ep. 299: Northern Exposure
In the penultimate episode of our podcast, we've got a special treat in store. It's one of the greatest electronic mix albums ever recorded! Sasha & Digweed's 1996 release Northern Exposure still stands the test of time decades later. From a time when mix albums were fully formed concept records, re-contextualizing tracks and taking the listener on a new journey, the legendary Sasha and John Digweed were at the peak of their powers together for this recording. Sasha's mix presents a trippier palette of sprawling orchestral Progressive House while Digweed's offering is pure autobahn-speed Proto-Trance and Techno. Time to throw on your headphones for this legendary ride!
Ep. 298: Infinite Improbability Drive
The Infinite Improbability Drive is a wonderful new method of crossing interstellar distances in a few seconds; without all that tedious mucking about in hyperspace. As the Improbability Drive reaches infinite improbability, it passes through every conceivable point in every conceivable universe almost simultaneously. In other words, you're never sure where you'll end up or even what species you'll be when you get there. It's therefore important to dress accordingly. Dallas-local artist J Clay helms this 73 minute adventure.
Ep. 297: Beginning Of The End, Pt. 2
Unkle John bids adieu to our listeners with Pt. 2 of this masterful episode. John's ear for impeccably crafted tunes is on full display in this 65 minute mix full of Techno, Deep House and Progressive tracks that defy genres and quite possibly bends both space and time. We couldn't dream up a better sendoff from the Dallas-local technician and his inspiration is palpable. Buckle your safety belts, throw on your headphones and join us for the ride! Keep the music loud!
Ep. 297: Beginning Of The End, Pt. 1
We're down to our final 4 episodes which means we needed to invite back one of our favorite and most popular guest artists. Dallas-local mixmaster Unkle John is bringing straight heat in this 2-part mix that will hit you way, way deep. John has always been one of the most mind-expanding DJs that we've featured over the years and this fitting finale is much of the same quality that we've come to expect from him. Featuring 57 minutes of beautifully selected Melodic Techno and Deep Progressive tracks, this wicked good mix will take you on a journey to the center of yourself...until you realize the truth...there is no spoon. Keep the music loud!
Ep. 296: A Reckless Goodbye
Time for an announcement, party people: Ep. 300 will be the last episode of the podcast. It's been an amazing 6 years but it's time to call it quits while the going is still good. So let's get things kicked off for the final 5 episodes...Back for his 14th mix on the podcast, Reckless Ryan needs no introduction on our airwaves. A transcendent talent behind the decks and in the studio, Ryan has also become a good friend. It's been an honor sharing his work since 2015 and we count ourselves fortunate to have been a small part of his career. In true reckless fashion, he's prepared an insane sendoff mix to test the boundaries of your mind. Featuring 62 minutes of Acid Techno that will have you feeling like you're at an Aphex Twin rave in 1993, this one hits all the right feels. The farewell tour starts now...keep the music loud!