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
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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!
Just a quick update, but I have now added a cue file to AL_X’s Machines Ate My Vinyl.