Lurker Alert: been following the thread for a while, after coming back to behind-the-scenes mixing after quite a bit of time away. This one, though, is a finale of a '90s Big Beat love-letter mix trilogy I wrapped up last year -- with some bonus modernism -- which might hit the spot for those with the right memories.
[X] Big Beat III
James : "Come Home [Weatherall Remix]"
Dope Smugglaz : "Double Double Dutch"
Dizzee Rascal : "Bonkers [As Heard On Radio Soulwax Remix]"
DJ Voodoo & Hexx : "Everybody Thinks I'm High (& I Am) [Voodoo's Live Mix]"
808 State : "Cubik [Monkey Mafia Mix]"
Azzido Da Bass : "Dooms Night [Switch Remix]"
M.I.A. Vs. Congorock : "Steppin' On Babylon"
David Holmes : "Living Room [Kevin Shields Remix]"
Mint Royale : "Don't Falter (Feat. Lauren Laverne) [Mint Mix]"
Fatboy Slim : "Build It Up + Tear It Down"
|# ¿ Mar 4, 2012 07:44|
|# ¿ May 20, 2013 03:22|
Spam Man posted:
A tasteful mix of Classic Chicago House from the 80s.
Tracklisting looks quite sharp, referencing all the right works.
Bookmarking this hard.
If that's a thing one can do.
|# ¿ Apr 12, 2012 06:39|
Loretta Trampface posted:
This is a real old school set, 30 minutes long.
A nice buffer for a Saturday night, with bonus points for atypical Dee-Lite use.
|# ¿ May 6, 2012 06:56|