I'll go on the list, Jon - D&B, Dubstep London. And speaking of Dubstep...
Cotti & Doctor - Calm Down
Babylon System - California Style
Benga - Crunked Up
>>The Count & Sinden - Hardcore Girls
Headhunter - Sushi Brain
TRG - Broken Heart (Martyn Mix)
lazy glide into Burial - Shell Of Light
and Conquest - Forever (D1 Mix)
Rusko - Mr. Chips
Benny Page - Step Out
D1 - I'm Lovin
Headhunter - Drop The Waste
Geiom - Reminissin'
Shut Up And Dance - Epileptik (Martyn's No Strobe Remix)
Vista - Fiyah!
Unknown (Kromestar?) - Wanna Be Down
Benny Page - Swagger
37ish mins - pretty undubsteppy as it happens. Bits are cool
.. http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=...2db6fb9a8902bda ..
I think Chemical Records (http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/) could be added, being one of the best all-genre vinyl distributors I know. Certainly in the UK.
Equally, the wonderful Let's Talk Drum & Bass! (http://forums.somethingawful.com/sh...hreadid=2242766) and Let's Talk Dubstep! (http://forums.somethingawful.com/sh...hreadid=2945218) deserve adding to the links. Lots of extra information about the genres there...
|# ¿ Jan 10, 2009 22:09|
|# ¿ May 20, 2013 17:17|
Also, "Europe"? Ouch, man. I don't think we need to be quite so tight on the controls of a thread that is, after all, about a hobby.
Anae: Do you play out? Who with? I may have seen you!
|# ¿ Jan 14, 2009 23:17|
played out at a club for the first time last night, about 200 ravers on a huge sound system...I was in heaven! Got a recording of what I did too:
That is the cheesiest set I have ever seen.
|# ¿ Jan 23, 2009 16:48|
Most US junglists would turn their nose up at this setlist, but frankly, I love dancehall dnb. MadCarrot, banging this out to 200+ must have been a hell of a rush.
On a totally seperate point, does anyone facing doing a collabo DnB mix? I'm sure there's a way to make it happen.
|# ¿ Jan 24, 2009 17:55|
Yeah, I wasn't planning on a B2B mix. I do think a 30-minute each mix would be fun though.
Awesome, let's do it UK-style. I'm Vinyl too so yeah, the method you suggested is the best one I can think of. Email me on vituperative at gmail dot com and we'll get to it...
|# ¿ Jan 25, 2009 17:07|
I made a new mix and I'm really really happy with it
Cotti calm down
Unknown (brandy) wanna be down
Benny page swagger
Babylon system examination of time VIP
>>liquid sweet harmony
underworld born slippy
DZ break it down
>>Daft Punk Revolution 909 (revolutionary war mix)
rusko my chips
>>diplo wassup wassup (dj sega remix)
benga crunked up
>>the count & sinden hardcore girls
caspa cockney flute
>>onephatdeeva in and out of my life acapella
shut up and dance epileptik (martyns no strobe mix)
roger sanchez needin U
This is the weirdest poo poo I've ever tried. Beware!
|# ¿ Feb 8, 2009 23:08|
Hopefully some of you guys will enjoy this.
Brilliant. I am excited as hell about hearing this bit, and will hopefully follow up.
I may get laughed out of SA for this, but here's a UK Hardcore/Trancecore mix that showcases a few artists from the late 90s who pushed the boundaries of the style in a huge way. If you cannot deal with 180 BPM and occasional uplifting piano, then stay away. But overall it's a filthy, melodic, cerebral voyage through Helix, Fury and their many guises. It was basically a way for me to set down in stone the majority of their music and maybe turn on new people to what they did.
Again, I really really cannot wait, there's nothing wrong with Hardcore if you're in the mood. Why do I check this thread at work??
|# ¿ Mar 19, 2009 15:43|
vanilla slimfast posted:
RE: Botanic Gardens set...glad you dig it. This year's derby party is coming up soon, and I am excited to be playing out at the lily pond again this year so look for a recording of that set to be posted up in May.
It got me through my finals revision last year... I got to know it far too well. When "you've just killed James Bond (bond, bond, bond) came on, it was 25 minutes in and I could go stretch my legs.
...wait, is that creepy?
|# ¿ Mar 25, 2009 21:21|
A MIRACLE posted:
nice man i like the speedy mixing
In a thread as rigourous as this, I think that's probably the best comment you could receive. On the d/l now, very excited. Any mix that swings from Boards to Burial has my vote.
|# ¿ May 21, 2009 21:05|
Dub-xygen - 40:27
Just wanna pick you up on something here... did you rip the track straight from 1Xtra or did you toss some idents over? Either way you're a badman for doing so.
Which is a good thing round my way.
|# ¿ Jun 5, 2009 21:36|
Yeah it's just the 1xtra rip, wanted to see if anyone would notice the completely ambient breakdown was actually by Burial.
Fancy doing a UK collabo, half an hour each? Email me (vituperative ...gmail.com)
|# ¿ Jun 6, 2009 18:33|
Here's a mix I did at a party last summer, I figure those of you heading into the warmer months might enjoy it.
Looks very very nice, on the download now. I'll let you know when I've heard it...
Something new from me, now that I'm trying to get back into the scene, South London style. Got to play some dnb at Mass the other night... here it is!
Dizzee Rascal - Sirens a capella
Baron - At The Drive In
Q Project - Behind Closed Doors
>>Tommy Boy - Love and Happiness
Danny Byrd - Another Dimension
Brookes Brothers - Tear You Down
Cyantific - Little Green Men
>> Lynx - Disco Dodo
Marky & Stamina - LK
>> High Contrast - Music Is Everything (Danny Byrd remix)
Calibre - Drop It Down
Redeyes - Pusherman
Redanko - Everybody (Danny Byrd remix)
Q Project - Cry Freedom
Chase and Status - Dumpling Riddim
Culture Shock - Zeppelin
Chase and Status - Is It Worth It?
Recorded and posted as part of the franchise's new online effort (which I'm trying to help coordinate). Why not have a poke around at http://rollercoasterlive.blogspot.com ? Critique on that is welcome too...
|# ¿ Jun 22, 2009 20:09|
Hey, here's a mix for February:
This is great-sounding, on the d/l now. Have you got Elevator Music, by any chance?
|# ¿ Feb 23, 2010 19:53|
|# ¿ May 20, 2013 17:17|
Terrible Horse posted:
club music is sort of an economy. when a track is hot, it gets dropped everywhere, every night (sometimes multiple times a night). its flooding the market, its everywhere, so its value goes down. even if its a good track, if its reached that state and you play it, youre playing something worthless.
Depends - the pleasure of recognition is something you can't underestimate. If you're about having fun (and granted, sometimes I'm not and I really do just want to explore), well known 'big tunes' serve a great bridges towards what you really want people to hear.
Anyway my main question for everyone here is - I'm in the market for a new set of monitors. I have been struggling by on some admittedly great Logitech computer speakers for a while now, but they don't quite cut it at your average house party. What I need is a pair of speakers that sound pretty nice day-to-day, aren't too big, and won't distort when I turn them up enough to feed a 50-person house party.
Oh, which are up to £200 for the pair. Anybody have any good experiences?
(in return I'll put a mix up )
|# ¿ Jun 6, 2010 12:51|