ELECTRONIQUE Radio (Boxcar Special Edition)

This week's edition features a full-length feature special on the band BOXCAR. Mark interviews Dave Smith from the band playing demos, rare remixes and full length 12" versions from the VERTIGO/RE:VISION period - all exclusive to ELECTRONIQUE.

ELECTRONIQUE RADIO is a 1.5hr weekly show, hosted by Mark Dynamix. Mark remasters all those great New Wave & Synth Pop 12" mixes from the 80's and early 90's. The show is broadcast on KISS FM 87.6-87.9 FM in Melbourne, Australia every Tues 2:30-4pm & Sat 9-10:30am and also streamed around the world from their website: kissfm.com.au/LIVE

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TRACKLIST:
1. Boxcar - Gas Stop (François Kevorkian High Octane Mix)
2. Boxcar - Insect (Robert Racic Club Mix)
3. Boxcar - Comet (Demo)
4. Boxcar - Index
5. Boxcar - Insect (Instrumental Demo)
6. Boxcar - Vertigo (Spiral Dub)
7. Boxcar - Cruel To You
8. Boxcar - Hit & Run (Racic Acid On The Rocks)
9. Boxcar - Hit & Run (Boxcar vs Marc Tasio Back2Detroit Dub)
10. Boxcar - Comet (Francis Xavier Remix)
11. Boxcar - Gas Stop (François Kevorkian Unleaded Dub)
12. Boxcar - Universal Hymn
13. Boxcar - Lelore (Boxcar Afrodisko Remix)
14. Boxcar - Lelore (Technoafro Mix)
15. Boxcar - Insect (Tunnel Signs Classic Bass Dub)
16. Boxcar - Freemason (Arthur Baker Shakedown Remix)


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F A S T F O O D (Extended Mix)

I've known Stephen Whiteman (aka DJ Betty) since Brisbane. Like Dave Corazza, he's a trailblazer from the Brisbane dance and electronic music scene.
Here's his extended edit of Fast Food, an esoteric early recording, which appeared on the PCM cassette release, and for which we also did a video with Andrea O'Reilly (below).

Betty says:
"Boxcar are a Pop band from Brisbane Australia they formed in the Mid 80s I was introduced to the band by band member David Corazza who was the bands sound engineer. David Corazza knew I was doing extended remixes and producing for bands at Sunshine Studios. Brisbane, I featured unsigned Local bands on. DV-8 Remixes, a monthly DJ remix service i was running in the mid 80s. Boxcar - Fast Food appeared on Issue 7. Boxcar - Fast Food also got mentioned in Dance Music Report Magazine N.Y.C as part of there 1988 invitation only listing of Producers. Remixers and Editors Spotlight. I was the only Australian who was invited to the magazine’s listing. Boxcar moved to Sydney and signed to Volition Records. Producer Robert Racic worked his magic. Boxcar had many hits including Freemason (you broke the promise) and Gas Stop (who do you think you are) from their debut Lp Vertigo.
The band later got signed to Arista Records. America. Freemason (you broke the promise) was remixed by Arthur Baker. Gas’s Stop (who do you think you are) was remixed by Francois Kevorkian for the 12” dance format."

Boxcar were:

David Smith : Vocals, Guitar.
Brett Mitchell : Keyboards.
Carol Rhode : Keyboards.
Crispin Trist : Drums.

Produced by David Corazza and Boxcar."

See more of Betty's work here.


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Electronique?

Now why would anyone be using our artwork from Vertigo Revibed?


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Vertigo Revibed - Voyager from a Lost Planet



Take a deep breath and post more quickly Dave..learn more modular synthesis, write more, mix more tv, drink more coffee.

Hi! If you happen to be unaware, we have formally released the digital edition of Vertigo Revibed...

It's the culmination of about 5 years work, remix ep's, multi & master restoration. It's been quite a journey into the past!
Very proud of the job this showcases both Boxcar and the production of my friend, the late Robert Racic.

You can read more Vertigo Revibed - digital edition, follow us on Facebook, got so much news and barely time to think..back shortly




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ELECTRONIQUE Radio (Boxcar Special Edition)

This week's edition features a full-length feature special on the band BOXCAR. Mark interviews Dave Smith from the band playing demos, rare remixes and full length 12" versions from the VERTIGO/RE:VISION period - all exclusive to ELECTRONIQUE.

ELECTRONIQUE RADIO is a 1.5hr weekly show, hosted by Mark Dynamix. Mark remasters all those great New Wave & Synth Pop 12" mixes from the 80's and early 90's. The show is broadcast on KISS FM 87.6-87.9 FM in Melbourne, Australia every Tues 2:30-4pm & Sat 9-10:30am and also streamed around the world from their website: kissfm.com.au/LIVE

fb: @ boxcarofficial
fb: @ electroniqueaustralia
fb: @ djmarkdynamix

TRACKLIST:
1. Boxcar - Gas Stop (François Kevorkian High Octane Mix)
2. Boxcar - Insect (Robert Racic Club Mix)
3. Boxcar - Comet (Demo)
4. Boxcar - Index
5. Boxcar - Insect (Instrumental Demo)
6. Boxcar - Vertigo (Spiral Dub)
7. Boxcar - Cruel To You
8. Boxcar - Hit & Run (Racic Acid On The Rocks)
9. Boxcar - Hit & Run (Boxcar vs Marc Tasio Back2Detroit Dub)
10. Boxcar - Comet (Francis Xavier Remix)
11. Boxcar - Gas Stop (François Kevorkian Unleaded Dub)
12. Boxcar - Universal Hymn
13. Boxcar - Lelore (Boxcar Afrodisko Remix)
14. Boxcar - Lelore (Technoafro Mix)
15. Boxcar - Insect (Tunnel Signs Classic Bass Dub)
16. Boxcar - Freemason (Arthur Baker Shakedown Remix)


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F A S T F O O D (Extended Mix)

I've known Stephen Whiteman (aka DJ Betty) since Brisbane. Like Dave Corazza, he's a trailblazer from the Brisbane dance and electronic music scene.
Here's his extended edit of Fast Food, an esoteric early recording, which appeared on the PCM cassette release, and for which we also did a video with Andrea O'Reilly (below).

Betty says:
"Boxcar are a Pop band from Brisbane Australia they formed in the Mid 80s I was introduced to the band by band member David Corazza who was the bands sound engineer. David Corazza knew I was doing extended remixes and producing for bands at Sunshine Studios. Brisbane, I featured unsigned Local bands on. DV-8 Remixes, a monthly DJ remix service i was running in the mid 80s. Boxcar - Fast Food appeared on Issue 7. Boxcar - Fast Food also got mentioned in Dance Music Report Magazine N.Y.C as part of there 1988 invitation only listing of Producers. Remixers and Editors Spotlight. I was the only Australian who was invited to the magazine’s listing. Boxcar moved to Sydney and signed to Volition Records. Producer Robert Racic worked his magic. Boxcar had many hits including Freemason (you broke the promise) and Gas Stop (who do you think you are) from their debut Lp Vertigo.
The band later got signed to Arista Records. America. Freemason (you broke the promise) was remixed by Arthur Baker. Gas’s Stop (who do you think you are) was remixed by Francois Kevorkian for the 12” dance format."

Boxcar were:

David Smith : Vocals, Guitar.
Brett Mitchell : Keyboards.
Carol Rhode : Keyboards.
Crispin Trist : Drums.

Produced by David Corazza and Boxcar."

See more of Betty's work here.


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Electronique?

Now why would anyone be using our artwork from Vertigo Revibed?


Comments

Vertigo Revibed - Voyager from a Lost Planet



Take a deep breath and post more quickly Dave..learn more modular synthesis, write more, mix more tv, drink more coffee.

Hi! If you happen to be unaware, we have formally released the digital edition of Vertigo Revibed...

It's the culmination of about 5 years work, remix ep's, multi & master restoration. It's been quite a journey into the past!
Very proud of the job this showcases both Boxcar and the production of my friend, the late Robert Racic.

You can read more Vertigo Revibed - digital edition, follow us on Facebook, got so much news and barely time to think..back shortly




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