These are some of my favorite drum n bass tracks out at the time, produced by some of my favorite artists. Please enjoy this mini-mix. Oh yeah and I threw in a little Trap at the end too.
Tracklist to follow…
28 deep and intelligent drum n bass tracks for $9.99! I stumbled upon this incredible EP released by Dbridge’s Exit Records label when a track that I have been waiting for appeared in my soundcloud feed, Beastie Respond’s One Last Minute. I quickly realized that most of this EP was showcased by D-Bridge in his recent Resident Advisor podcast mix – making the purchase of this entire EP a no brainer.
Brain’s music pleasure zone identified
I put this together in one afternoon, this one is all house. Please enjoy!
1. Maceo Plex – Frisky
2. Ante Perry – No Changes
3. Amine Edge – Keep me on my Feet
4. Instra:Mental – Leave it All Behind
5. Claude VonStroke – Who’s Afraid of Detroit?
Oh my gosh. This a new track from one of my favorite artists, Tom Rockwell. It is part of his new full length EP entitled “Childhood Memories” out now.
Electronic music genres are blurred these days, so it is tough to tell what niche this track fits into. I know that this track would fit nicely into my collection. Enjoy.
I decided to throw everything into this mix – hip hop, booty bass, breaks, house, drumstep, garage, drum & bass. I hope that you enjoy the journey.
1. Outkast – Ghetto Music
2. Dominique Youth Unique – Stupid Pretty (Machinedrum Remix)
3. Rick Ross – Hustlin (xxxchange Remix)
4. French Fries – Yo Vogue (Leroy Peppers Remix)
5. Nu:Tone & Logistics – Please Answer
6. SBTRKT – Wildfire
7. Chemical Brothers – Hoops
8. SBTRKT – Hold On (Matthias Meyer Edit)
9. Julio Bashmore – Battle for Middle You
10. Adana Twins – Strange
11. Sade – Love is Found (Martin Brothers Bootleg)
12. Common – Universal Mind Control
13. Skream – Where you Should Be (Shy FX Remix)
14. Georgiy Morozov – Mulholland Acid
15. TC – No One
16. S.P.Y. – Go with the Flow
Hello all, since I have been so lazy about recording a new set, I thought that I maybe should upload some really old ones.
This “mixtape” is from June 2006, and was created using audio production software and not live DJ equipment. I can’t take full credit for it, because it contains bits of other DJ sets. It includes a bunch of non-drum n bass tunes that I think you will enjoy. Man, this set is so old that I don’t remember how or why I put it together, but I do remember jammin’ out to it on the Long Island Expressway driving out to my old job out in Suffolk. Enjoy!
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John Convex is the half of the amazing duo Instra:mental
Here is an unreleased track that I am eagerly waiting for!
Follow him on your social media whore website of choice, his Soundcloud page includes some of his live mixes and podcasts: http://soundcloud.com/convexindustries/tracks