Tycho Burning Man Sunrise DJ Set

Posted by Scott

I know it’s been a while since we posted a playlist so I thought I’d tide you over with this DJ set I did at Burning Man last week. Enjoy!


Tycho sunrise DJ set on the Disco Space Shuttle at Burning Man on Friday, August 29th, 2014. Thanks to everyone who made this morning special and of course all my love to everyone at Apogee Camp, best burn yet!

Special thanks to: Nitemoves (Rory O’Connor), Heathered Pearls (Jakub Alexander), Rob Garza, Christopher Willits, Kiyoka, Katie B. , DJ Dane, Clark, the Dusty Rhino crew, Seth, Tobias, and the whole Disco Space Shuttle crew.

Track Listing:

Slag Boom Van Loon – Poppy Seed (Boards Of Canada Remix)
Boards of Canada – Olson
Clark – Tooth Moves
Manitoba – Dundas, Ontario
Atoms For Peace – Dropped
Tycho – Dye
Photek – Pharaoh
Ulrich Schnauss – In All The Wrong Places
Tycho – Awake
Bibio – À tout à l’heure
Airbird and Napoleon – In The Zone
Tycho – Awake (Com Truise Remix)
Psychemagik – Cosmic Forest
Cos-Ber-Zam – Ne Noya (Daphni Mix)
Leon Vynehall – Time
Leon Vynehall – Be Brave, Clench Fists
Fort Romeau – Jetée
Dauwd – Lydia
Mirror People – Kaleidoscope (Psychemagik Remix)
Mano Le Tough – Primative People (Tale Of Us Remix)
16 Bit Lolitas – Deep Space Girls (DAVI Remix)
Dauwd – Heat Division
Tycho – L
Lancaster – Beachy Thing
Panama – Destroyer
White Denim – A Place to Start
Washed Out – Amor Fati
Little Dragon – Little Man (Tycho Remix)
Moths – Heart
White Denim – Street Joy

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D says:

September 4, 2014 at 9:06 am

I caught the Dusty Rhino set at the trash fence the morning prior – I was the guy dancing like crazy in the grey suit. My favorite musical experience all week, and soundtracked a lovely sunrise with my girlfriend. Thanks for that.


Nathan says:

September 5, 2014 at 9:45 pm

Ulrich Schnauss – In All The Wrong Places

One of the most emotionally charged electro songs ever. Very cool that you dropped that at sunrise.


Brian Lew says:

September 30, 2014 at 11:47 am


I just wanted to say, I love your work, and please don’t stop doing what you’re doing. I discovered your music, and this blog, my freshman year of college in 2005. Your blog was/is my homepage for the longest time, and although your collaborators are doing an excellent job, I miss your frequent posts of way back when.

Your music opened me up to a whole world of different genres that I did not know I even liked; steering me in a different direction from Rage Against the Machhine, Blink 182, Tool, AFI, and the likes. Every time you released a new track, or a sample of something you were working on, I got really excited. Every time you put together a playlist of new sounds, I got really excited. I’ve seen you a couple of times, both in LA, the more memorable one was at Terabyte 2.0. Your artwork is amazing too. So simple, yet beautiful.

What I’m trying to say is, I’ve been a follower for close to 10 years now, and I will continue to follow your career in any direction you take it. You seem to always find ways to create beautiful work. GOOD SHIT MAN.