We had a blast (ahem) Saturday night at the Yuri’s Night party at NASA Ames Research Center; stay tuned for video and more, including the results of the Futuristic Musical Design Challenge. But that’s no reason the party has to end. If you’ve listened through all 55 songs on the 45 Tribute and want still more music, Amon Tobin and Deru have kindly donated music mixes for the yuricdm.com minisite. It’s good listening to pick up your week:

Exclusive Free Mix: Amon Tobin, Back from Space

Exclusive Free Mix: Deru

And here are the direct links to listen / download:

Download the Amon Tobin Yuri’s Night mix [contains NSFW audio samples]

Download Deru’s Free Mix

Updated! If you were having problems with the links, it’s because I made a mistake generating URLs with Amazon S3, and some browsers (IE and Safari but evidently not Firefox) get picky. It should be fixed now.

For more on Amon Tobin, our friends at Current TV have this interview on the Foley Room album — not exactly news, but inspiring stuff, nonetheless. Anyone who’s a found sound sound design fan (as I know many of you are in your own work) should get a kick out of it:

Let us know what you think of the music in comments. (Truly — thoughtful criticism is welcome as well as praise.)

  • http://www.myspace.com/blitit blit

    nice site, i recently notice if its existence.

    Ilove Amon Tobin, maybe the greatest electronic musician of these times.

    I hope he could come to chile to blowthis country.

  • http://www.junbuddahfly.com jun

    I've looked up to Amon Tobin and his unique ways since back in the day. A true mad scientist of electronic music, and his live sets are another world of their own. His ways of blending are truly original, he works hard and it shows in his final products.

  • meowcedes

    O hai. Your Amon Tobin live set @ Yuri's Night is not the same set that I have, which I know I recorded from the show. FYI.