Archive for November, 2009
A few links to mixes I’ve liked recently.
Bass Music Mix 8 – Von D – Von D is a French dubstep producer who has recently caught my attention with his fusing of classic Detroit techno-style chords and melodies to a dubstep framework. This mix at the excellent Bass Music Blog features a load of his productions all smoothly mixed together. A real treat.
Dunfyboy’s Mixes – I first found his site when he dropped a comment. Some realy good mixes across a range of genres. His High Contrast mix went straight on my iPod and is a particular highlight.
DJ Harmony’s old skool trance mixes – This is the motherlode if you love that old European hard trance sound! 20 excellent mixes, covering everything from uplifting Paul van Dyk style to wibbling acid to out-and-out rave mayhem. Fucking fantastic and not to be missed.
I’ve still got a number of unreleased mixes to put on the blog, so I’ve decided to throw it open to the readers (I know you’re out there, since I check my stats every day, sad person that I am!).
Anyways, I’ve got three mixes left over from my little frenzy before I left London:
Squat Rocking 4 – The fourth installment in the Squat Rocking series of mixes, and it’s 28 tracks of absolutely blistering hard techno. Scare your neighbors!
That Dream Is Over – Inspired by the set I did on InterFACE radio earlier in the year, this is a mix of 94/95 style artcore jungle. Tearing beats and soothing melodies.
We Control The Night – 85 minutes of gradually building madness, starting out with early 90′s rave techno and then moving through hard techno and acid through to hardcore and finally to full-on 190 bpm gabba mayhem.
If any of these sound good to you, leave a comment letting me know which you would like me to put up on the blog next.
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Mixed in London, August 2009
(72:29, 131.59 MB, V0 VBR MP3)
Style: house and techno
I’ve recently found a picture of myself, aged 19, playing for Undertow at The Drome in London Bridge way back in August 2000. I’ve added it the page for Squat Rocking 1. Very amusing!