Mixed by Doc Delay

01. Doris Norton – A.D.A. Converter
02. Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas – Naa Er Druene Paa Sitt Beste
03. Fever Ray – Now’s The Only Time I Know
04. Alan Hawkshaw – Mystique Voyage
05. Jogger – Nice Tights (Mexicans With Guns Remix)
06. Rusko
07. Untold – Discipline
08. Various Production – Hater
09. MHE – MHE010
10. Zomby – Kaliko

11. TRS-80 – Don’t Mess With Illinois
12. Free The Robots – Clocks and Daggers
13. Kaliko – Stackman instrumental
14. Jerm – Vomit
15. MHE – MHE001 (Extended)
16. Neon Indian – Mind, Drips
17. MONO/POLY – Beatles Bitch
18. Om Unit – Digidesign (Om Unit remix)
19. Luke Vibert – Croak Flaps
20. Der Raeuber Und Der Prinz – Torpedovogel
21. Newcleus – Jam-On Revenge 4trk Demo
22. Simian Mobile Disco – I Bealive
23. Claude VonStroke – Bay Area
24. Michna – Avante
25. Rjd2 – The Proxy
26. James Asher – Cosmic Dust
27. D-Lo – NoHoe (Remix Instrumental)
28. Crazy P – Lady T
29. Awesome L – Rags2riches
30. Woolfy – The Warehouse
31. Sébastien Tellier – Kilometer
32. Gary Numan – Random (2009 Re-Master)
33. Kraftwerk – Boing Boom Tschak
34. Flying Lotus – Disco Balls
35. Paul White – Time Wars
36. Daft Punk – Short Circuit
37. Friendly Fires – Paris – Aeroplane Remix
38. Hercules And Love Affair – You Belong (Instrument)
39. Victor – Go On Do It (1984 Original Mix)
40. Clap Rules – Old Sequencer
41. Luke Vibert – Disco Nasty
42. Siriusmo – Nights Off
43. Buborock – Beeejin
44. Justice

Doc Delay is a reluctant DJ.  Collecting records for production and his own listening pleasure ultimately evolved into an offer to co-host a hip-hop show on WDCE FM in Richmond, Virginia. Starting in 1996, he held this Friday rush-hour spot for over four years, gaining the respect of indy and major label artists around the country. His radio personality also provided the opportunity to have dozens of guest artists on the show when they passed through town.

Since relocating to New York City in 2002, production once again has been the Doctor’s main focus, but this hasn’t stopped him from playing to rowdy crowds all over Manhattan, Brooklyn and touring the rest ofthe US, Canada, and Europe. If you were fortunate enough to attend any of Doc’s resident DJ nights in NYC, there’s a good chance you might have heard him moving the masses playing everything from Soul ballads to House classics.

Delay may no longer be a reluctant DJ, but he still has the humble outlook that DJing is much like that of any fan of music. He remains open to what he likes or plays, and prefers to see DJing as an opportunity to share music with others. It’s not a performance – after all, it’s all other just other people’s music, redefined.

Doc Delay’s projects have been featured in various media including:
The FaderThe New YorkerVibe, Wire, WFMU’s Beware of the Blog, and
Perlich’s Picks in Toronto, among others.