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Music video update 21st May – Meter Bridge, Vivien Glass, Dolls, Living Dead Girl, Sexy Suicide, Night Club

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Donkaster Elektronisce Freundschaft Radio Episode 20 – Meter Bridge Interview


We chat to lovely Richard Kleef of ‘Meter Bridge’ and play the following music:

OMD – Annex (at 33rpm instead of 45)

Iamamiwhoami – Vista

Royksopp & Robyn – Do It Again

White Hinterland – Ring the Bell

Meter Bridge Interview

Meter Bridge – Kite

The The – This is the Day

Cloak – Anyone

Fatal Casualties – Dod Man


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D.E.F. Radio live show 2nd Sept 2016 – The Human League: Best of the Singles

The Human League – Being Boiled, Dignitiy of Labour pt 1, Empire State Human
Duck – Sirens
Brutalist Architecture in the Sun – Abandoned Factory
The Human League – Marianne, Being Boiled (travelogue version)
Strobegirl – Stars For You
Strobegirl – Heaven Today
mesh – Tactile
mesh – Crash
The Men (The Human League) – I Don’t Depend on You
The Human League – Boys and Girls, Only After Dark
Pulselovers – Human Fly (Cramps cover)
The Human League – Love Action
The Human League – Open Your Heart
Meter Bridge – It Was Nothing
Damsel in the Dollhouse – Darkness
Black Nail Cabaret – Critical Cult of Dora
Human League – Life On Your Own, The Lebanon, Sound of the Crowd 12″, Heart Like a Wheel, Soundtrack to a Generation
Voi Vang – Lights of the City
Hypersunday & Omega dB – 10,000 feet
Hypersunday & Resonance – Jumping the Waves
Yamo (Wolfgang Flür & Donna Regina) – Mosquito
Human League – Tell Me When, Filling Up With Heaven, One Man in My Heart
Your Silent Face – Gordon’s Gin (Human League Cover)
Vague Notion – Heat Wave
The Human League – All I Ever Wanted
The Human League – Don’t You Want Me

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D.E.F. Radio – 30th August 2016 – Analogue Trash Special ft SpakTV

Nature of Wires – We All Kill (ft CountessM)
TRENCH RUN – War on Solitude
Iioioioii – One Moment
Advance – Calm Before the Storm
Atomzero – Therapy
ded.pixel – To the Wolves
Dreams Divide – Trashed (IIoioioii remix)
Factory Acts – Animal Spirits (Bedroom Legends Remix)
Factory Acts – Fantasy
FoxxyNewport – Emotions
3D – Ugly Nature
Brutalist Architecture in the Sun – Concrete Love Song
Pulselovers – It’s All in the Detail
Duck – Lip on the Floor
Jan Doyle Band – Rain on Ice
009 Sound System – Born to be Wasted
Gary Numan Official – Cars
Voxtrot Alpha – Can’t Stand Up For Falling Down
Voi Vang – Sleepless Nights
DeVoix – Le the Rain Fall
Jonteknik – Fernsetuhrm (Ft Malte Steiner)
Apt – Pendulum
Circuit3 – Ghost Machine
Prince Rama – Would You Die To Be Adored
Meter Bridge – Stop Drop Roll
Daybehavior – Godspeed
Neonsol – Heat
Vogon Poetry – Moments
Vain Machine – Eat You Alive
Syd.31 – Mr Vain
SPAK. Special Peoples Alternative Kommunikation. – Interview
Ian Dury (and the Blockheads) – Spasticus Autisticus
Needle Factory – Majikal
Vieon – Proteus
Vile Electrodes – A Distance

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Doncaster Electronic Foundation Radio 17th May

Moloko – Knee Deepen
Add N to (X) – Murmur One
Voltage Controlled Music – Mist
Gary Numan Official – Angel Wars
Fad Gadget – Back to Nature
Living Dead Girl – Skylines
Ari Mason – Beasts Tonight
Electraset – Transistor (On Your Radio)
Tokyo Witch Hunt – Signs
Promenade Cinéma – Somebody’s Watching Me (Rockwell Cover)
Lt 303 + Blurred Girl – Royals
Pulselovers – Red Eden White Nights
The Alpha Video – Zito
Jan Doyle Band – 35 Footsteps Black
Meter Bridge – It Was Nothing
Teslacoil321 – My Only Reward
Lucky+Love – Full Moon

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D.E.F. Radio 11th January 2016 – David Bowie Tribute show


D.E.F. Radio 11th January 2016 – David Bowie Tribute Show by Defsynth on Mixcloud

Listeners chose their favourite Bowie songs. As follows:

Jean Genie for Johnny Normal (OFFICIAL)
Life on Mars for Emma of Promenade Cinéma
Time for Wags of Electronic Gears
Big Brother/ Chant of the Ever Circling Skeletal Family for Matt Davies of Factory Acts
TVC 15 for Mark Musolf of Songs of Preys
Sound and Vision for Iain Lambert
Be My Wife for Eamon Murtagh
Subterraneans for Jack Duckworth of SOFT RIOT
Warswarza for Tim Philips of Eigenfrequenz, Mike Cooper of Your Silent Face, Shari Vari of Void Vision
A New Career in a New Town for Stephen Hindley of Tracksuit Managers
Beauty and the Beast (selected by D.E.F.)
Sons of the Silent Age for listener Sandy Gray
Ashes to Ashes for Andy Buckle of Icicle Boy, Geoff Martin of Blott and John Merricks Remains
Scary Monsters for Tony Nicholson of Passion-Play
Because You’re Young for Paul Randall of Teslacoil321 / Bluetown Electronica
Under Pressure for Julie Thien of DEFILE
Wild is the wind for Samantha Smith, Mat Handley of Pulselovers
China Girl for Dorian of Promenade Cinema
Let’s Dance for Rob Green of The Department, April Love of Lucky+Love
Heroes Live Aid for Tony Mayo of Naked Lunch and listener Andrew Heighway
Absolute Beginners for Vince Jones of You and Me Both
Magic Dance for Damnian Ashfield and Sammy Freeman
Heart’s Filthy Lesson for Craig of mangabros
Small Plot of Land for John Costello
Little Wonder for John Kerruish of The Alpha Video
I’m Afraid of Americans – for Cheryl of Vague Notion
Lazarus for Jill of Meter Bridge

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Doncaster Electronic Foundatation Radio 5th November 2015

def15115mcOur recent radio show, showcasing the DJ skills of our DJs Synthetic Island who will be handling the dancefloor filling duties on the 21st.



Doncaster Electronic Foundation Radio – Synthetic Island, Syl Niet, Black Nail Cabaret by Defsynth on Mixcloud

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Show catch up

We’ve been really busy and unable to find time to upload the shows to the site. So here’s the mixcloud links to allow you to catch up on them.

Doncaster Electronic Foundation Radio – 16th March 2015 – Hypersunday in focus by Defsynth on Mixcloud

Doncaster Electronic Foundation Radio – 23rd March 2015 – Meter Bridge new album previews by Defsynth on Mixcloud

Doncaster Electronic Foundation Radio – 30th March 2015 – The Sound of Yorkshire by Defsynth on Mixcloud


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Hello, I’m a Microchip Junky

Good evening,

Some of you may know me, some of you may not, so I should introduce myself and tell you why I’m here. I record under the name Microchip Junky and you can find some of my music here and also here

On a more personal note, my name is John, I’m a 40-something-year-old living in County Durham and I have had a love affair with the synthesiser ever since I first heard it

I was propositioned by a Mr Derek Williams (fnar – Ed) this weekend, asking if I would write some content for the Doncaster Electronic Foundation site. This was after I recently started blogging about the recording of my forthcoming album which is due in may. Derek had asked if I would write here, or share here but I’ve decided I will retain my blog but also add things on here. For those interested, my latest post regarding my album can be found here. (So are you just using this site to advertise yourself? DAMN I’VE BEEN DUPED – Ed)

A synthesiser. For reference.

For the synth geeks amongst us (I’m guessing there may be a few?) you can check what synths I use here

I tuned in to D.E.F. radio earlier this evening to show my support for the new Meter Bridge album release, Slow Motion (first CD I’ve bought for about 5 years!) – get your copy here.

I have a mixcloud show (The Microchip Junky hour) that I put together every couple of months. The next show is due out around the end of this month and focuses again on Meter Bridge; Jill and Richard introduce some of their favourite music and there will be an exclusive collaborative track between Meter Bridge and Microchip Junky. The first mixcloud show can be heard here

The microchip junky hour #1 by Microchipjunky on Mixcloud

That’s all for this inaugural post, thanks for reading!


Microchip Junky’s views are his own and should not be considered indicative of the views of Doncaster Electronic Foundation. Unless they are really good views  in which case they are entirely due to us.

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