I just noticed that Google/ Blogger have deleted a whole week of posts from early March this year claiming that they have violated their community standards. The posts include-
- Underworld 'Concord'
- Spooky 'Schmoo' (Underworld Remix)
- Daniel Avery remixed by Jas Shaw and Teodor Wolgers
- Curses remixed by Inga Mauer and Daniel Avery remixed by Inga Mauer
- Andrew Weatherall and Michael Smith's Unreal City
- Dan Wainwright and Rude Audio's Early Morning
- The Charlatans Then
- The Utopia Strong 'Strange Altar'
There's no rhyme or reason to it, most of them don't violate any standards that I can see or even break any copywrite law. Some of the emails say that 'Your content has violated our malware and viruses policy' but I can't see how or why. There are then some emails saying that the posts have been reinstated but they haven't been, they're still missing. Weird. I understand that as the host platform Blogger/ Google own everything I write and can delete my posts as they please but it really irks that they've been taken down. Has this happened to anyone else using Blogger recently?
This Daniel Avery track called Hazel And Gold just came out, another new one from his forthcoming Together In Static album. Downtempo and dreamlike.
Edit: on closer inspection they deleted posts have been reinstated but reverted to draft status- so I can republish them. Still, a bit odd. Anyway, as you were. The Daniel Avery track is still worth the post.