Tuesday, 30 March 2010

The VERY Best of WMC Miami 2010...

Ok so if you're like me... a small time DJ, slightly into production, but your pretty much at the moment, a nobody, then you've probably also been very fed up with hearing about Miami on Twitter, left right and centre all over the past weekend. So rejoice in the best of Miami WMC.

So to celebrate the fact that we are all NOT THERE... let's take a look back at the last four days, with the best pics and quotes from Twitter. Starting with yours truly Erol Alkan... followed by a couple of my favourite.
Erol Alkan: @iamfakeblood just dropped a track which goes 'Riverdance, Motherfucker'. And guess what. It samples Riverdance.

Seb Chew: If you're a dj and you're having a bad one at WMC you should just play @atrak 's remix of yyy's & loop it for an hour. U could do alot worse.

Diplo: All my miami dudes. If u don't sleep with a hot girl from @erolalkan or @anniemacdj s party.. Ur jus pathetic

Toddla T: the minute all the djs come in from the pool the hotel wireless goes slooowwww

Annie Mac: after my 900 pound phone bill after my last US trip... i had to have a word with myself..

Boys Noize: Ok, the first 10 that reply get a free guest list for our Boysnoize Records tonight at Louis !!!

AC Slater: why are @jackbeats wearing Armani watches?

Fake Blood: Having to walk it back from White Room cos of the shit cabs here. Awesome.
Here's Beni from Jack Beats, balls deep in a Mustang him an Naill hired out for a few days in LA before heading to Miami... swine.

By far the best picture I've come across though, comes from none other than the effect wizard James Zabiela, who showed off his record box before Miami, in style.

The best quote though comes from Jack Beats, and pretty much sums up the pointlessness of this post, but bit of fun anyway really.
Jack Beats: For all the peops at home hating on those partying in Miami this week... Good news- the weather is shit today! Beach party FAIL... Haha

Monday, 29 March 2010

Mix Monday #12

Took me a while to get together the mixes this week... spent far too long in bed on Sunday. Went to Matter on Saturday night, got dragged along to some Skins party, didn't know what to expect, but tickets were £3, Voddy Redbulls were £2.50 and Zinc was playing.... so who can refuse that... especially when he finished his set with 20 minutes of solid Jungle vibes... win much!

Anyway onto this weeks golden nuggets... and a lot of hot exclusives from Nic Sarno here with new cuts from Jack Beats (actually awesome), AC Slater, Sam Tiba (you need to check this tune out), Myd and Nic himself. Just under an hour of tropical bass and rainforest beats for all the family. That Jack Beats tune is madness.

Douster - Punani ft. Spoek Mathambo (Dub Version)
Funkin Matt - Zee!
Act Yo Age - Song For Nona (Savage Skulls Rmx)
Kid Kayo - Too Saxy
Myd - Rwall
Sam Tiba - Barbie Weed
Jack Beats - Revolution
Crookers - Cooler Couleur ft. Yelle (AC Slater Rmx)
Switch - A Bit Patchy (Alvaro's A Bit Latin Mix)
Boris Dlugosch - Bangkok (Roska Rmx)
The Bulgarian - Midnight Light (Kink Ghetto Mix)
Tom Piper/Ryan Riback - ? (Jackinori & The Dutch Radder Rmx)
Jesse Rose - Non Stop (Dub Mix)
Savage Skulls & Douster - Bad Gal (Phra Rmx)
Crookers - We Love Animals ft. Soulwax & Mixhell (Nic Sarno Rmx)
Vandalism - Throw Your Hands Up (Angger Dimas Rmx)
Partysquad - Pull Up
Partysquad - Crazy Funky Style
French Fries - Predador (Tomb Crew Rmx)

Next up is Supra1... we're massive fans of everything Supra1 have done in the past, and their new direction has been a very pleasent addition to my ears. They're remixes of Drop The Lime's Devil's Eyes and Mumdance & Brodinski's Eurostarr have both been top notch. In this latest mix for The Fat! Club you can catch Brackles' take on their latest offering titled I Still Believe.

Egyptrixx - Phones
Dva - Ganja
Zinc - Wile Out ft. Ms Dynamite
Brackles & Shortstuff - Pipey D
Brodinski & Mumdance - Eurostarr (Supra1 Remix)
Supra1 - I Still Believe (Brackles Remix)
Rude Kid - Jack Daniels
Killa P - Police Ar Come
Terror Danjah & Dok - Code Morse
Breakage - Hard ft. Newham Generals & David Rodigan
Kamikaze - Ghetto Kyote
Desto - Cold VIP
Numan - Code Four
James Blake - Air & Lack Thereof

To finish off here's something more along the chilled route, a new mix from one of my favourite producers out there, Bomb The Bass known to many as Tim Simenon. If you're not familiar with this producer, then I suggest you stick your head inside a Piñata, so we can all take pops at you. Bomb The Bass came to light back in 1987 with his No. 2 hit Beat Dis... helping to almost single handedly usher in DJ culture over night and was responsible for on of the most iconic images in clubland... The Yellow Smiley Face. Yes, pretty damn big. I was lucky enough to be given the honour of reviewing his last album Future Chaos a couple of years ago, and it's good to see him at work again so soon, and promoting his latest release, Back To Light, his new 10 track LP, produced in conjunction with Gui Boratto. An interesting pairing none the less, and since I've not reviewed an album for quite a while, expect one on Bomb The Bass in the next week or so, it's been long overdue on this blog. You can also grab a FREE mp3 from the album if you head over the album's official site... HERE.

ESG – Ufo
Nosaj Thing – 1685 / Bach
Maybes -
Darkstar – Aidy’s Girl is a Computer
Hudson Mohawke – Overnight
Martyn – Vancouver
Forsaken – Boat Noodles
James Blake – Air & Lack Thereof
Lusine – Two Dots
Bibio – Jealous Of Roses
Nosaj Thing – Coat Of Arms
Opiate – PK 50
Helixir – Capioera Dub
Plaid – Non Hoi
Joy Orbison – Hyph Mngo
The Gaslamp Killer – Anything Worse

Friday, 26 March 2010

Introducing... Musk Man Benji

Now... quick one this morning on some really interesting new music I've been sent recently. It comes from Musk Man Benji, one man making big noises in the Northeast of England at the moment. He's even DJ'd at Bigger Than Barry in the recent past as well... bigups bro!

Want to make you aware of an interesting wee remix he's made of Tempa T's Next Hype and Dexplicit's Bullacake, splashed with a bit of old 8-bit Tetris fun, got to love it! Now yes, Next Hype is old hat and I'm not attempting to par your elitest, up to date taste. It's truly worth your ears, believe me.

Tetris-Hypecake by Musk Man Benji

He's also got a few mixes up on soundcloud I wanted to make you aware of... the Dub/Grime minimix is particularly awesome, whatever that edit of Township Funk it is in there, I bloody need it! But, don't take my word for it... get on it! I also hear B.Rich's Make Me Dance in there too, a fine selection!

Dubstep and Grime Minimix by Musk Man Benji

Also here's his latest 2010 mixtape... I'll get onto him about a tracklisting and get this up asap for you all... anyway, have a top weekend and get a messy as I would.

PARTY MIX 2010 FFKK by Musk Man Benji

Thursday, 25 March 2010

Kissy Sell Out launches New Label...

So, I'm pretty sure most of you are familiar with a certain DJ/Producer and all round musical rave guru Sir Kissy Sell Out, as I refer to him. I've been a fan of his for a number of years now... always consistantly ahead of the game, a fine fine DJ, and now staying true to his word, by helping the support the best up and coming talent he can find.

This month finally curated and launched his own label that he's been blabbering on about for the past few months... and it's called San City High.
“The ethos of the label is to support the idea of ‘fair trade and freedom for artists’, so I hope that this sets a precedent so we can ALL give something back to the music industry. My love of other people's music has always motivated most things I do in life, so running my own record label where my job is basically to use that natural enthusiasm to help new artists develop their careers and rave on to other people about how good my team's tunes are is a dream come true! I've always believed record labels should be like clubs where you can hang out with friends who like the same things as you do - and that's all San City High is really, you'll never see the San City High logo heading an exclusive 360 multi-album deal contract, but your gonna see the logo fronting some hot music this year and maybe even some cool t-shirts too!”
He's gathered together four of his favourite up and coming producers and DJs for a special Sampler EP, and he's kindly giving away one of the tracks, a 16Bit remix of his single Garden Friends, for FREE! Grab it below...

You can grab the full Sampler EP, with contributions from Hot Pink Delorean, The Squatters and Lazy Flow from the San City High website, for FREE here. There will also be follow up singles from each, all the details are below.
The first official release of the label, will be Kissy's new single with Tinashe, titled Come On Over... which has been supported with remixes from Leatherhead, Urchins, Punx Soundcheck and Schizofonics. Kissy has given us a run down all of the releases for you to put in your diaries... what a nice chap.

  • 08.03.10: Kissy & Tinashe - Come On Over (This Could Be Love) (Single)

  • 18.03.10: San City High Sampler EP (FREE download)
  • 19.04.10: The Squatters – Monster (A Side), On Fire (B Side)

  • 31.05.10: Hot Pink Delorean - The Court Jester (A Side), Let’s Go (B Side)

  • 12.07.10: Lazy Flow - Winchester (A Side), Tokyo Express (B Side)

There will also be two parties to support the release of the label happening in London over the next few months.
The second is the official album launch party on May 19th at The Den (formally The End)... with performances from Kissy himself, Hot Pink Delorean, Lazy Flow, The Squatters and Urchins.
For More info on this event... contact Jamie Stockwood on 07866 435 876.

I hope to see you at Vibe Bar on April 25th! I'll probably be the one dancing like a right goon while Jack Beats and Zeds Dead are playing ;).

Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Blogs Don't Matter

If only every venue in the UK had this sign outside it (no sarcasm intended in that statement, believe me!)

Pipedown #02 - Keysound

The Pipedown blog is coincidentally also celebrating their 1st birthday during the month of March - and I can't think of a blog/collective who have been as solidly excellent in everything they've done over that year (bar perhaps the blog, Blackdown they are collaborating with for their second night).

So to ring in their 2nd birthday, the Pipedown boys are taking over both rooms at the Rhythm Factory on Wed 31st March. Joining them are the Keysound team - Keysound is the label run by Martin Clark aka Blackdown, one of the longest running and most intelligently written dubstep and grime blogs.

So on the night the Pipedown residents are joined by Blackdown & Dusk (Rinse FM, Blackdown), LHF and Kowton. The LHF productions that I've heard on the Blackdown blog and on his Rinse show has to be some of the most exciting new music I've heard in quite some time - and this rare DJ appearance from them is not one to be slept on. I've never been able to obtain much information on the LHF crew - but their productions sound absolutely out of this world, like nothing else that is being produced at the moment. To get a taste of what to expect on the night, check out the LHF warmup mix for the night - download here or stream below. All of the names on the tracklist are one of the 7 producers that form the LHF collective. Amen Ra is the crew's DJ and has mixed this promo mix. Make sure you cop this mix, and click attending on the facebook event here AND THEN ACTUALLY ATTEND.

No Fixed Abode – Sirius Nanotech
Double Helix – TSR-1
Low Density Matter – Blue Steel (Forthcoming Keysound)
Double Helix – Shadows of the City
Amen Ra – Song For Auset (feat. Double Helix and No Fixed Abode)
No Fixed Abode – Indian Street Slang
Double Helix – An Eastern Philosophy
Amen Ra- Fragments Of A Love Story
Amen Ra – Final Chapter
Catta – Fourth Motion (Double Helix Remix) (Forthcoming Dubsquare)
Amen Ra – Unbroken Chain
Double Helix – The Chains
No Fixed Abode – Strangelands
Amen Ra – One Way Ticket

Introducing... Matthew Hiscock

Quick intro to a new producer by the name of Matthew Hiscock who recently sent us a couple of his new tracks, his latest EP, along the lines of the new Dub-Techno sound currently invading airwaves the world over.

Oh Those Sexy Sweatpants, named for the make-no-effort university students living near the studio it was recorded in, is a fun left-field tune that uses unorthodox rhythms and melodic techno stabs to support a beefy bassline that gets the girls moving.

Blimps, on the other hand is a head-down tribute to bass-heavy Maurizio/Basic Channel-style dub techno, all ebb and flow. I'd imagine it's quite a head-turner on a Funktion One... my bedroom is currently shaking with a mere 200w Sub.

Matthew Hiscock - Blimps (EP3)  by  matthewhiscock

Matthew Hiscock - Oh Those Sexy Sweatpants (EP3)  by  matthewhiscock

Something else I've also found in my google digging for Matt is his own blog which got off the ground just yesterday in fact, with the aim of giving aspiring Bass producers some tips on how to go about giving their tracks that edge and flare. It's in the very early stages at the moment, but there are already three top feature's from up and coming producers on the site... so please head over and check the blog out, which is titled... Make Some Bass.

Matt was also kind enough to send over his latest mix... lashings of funk from all corners of the globe. New cuts from DVA, Edu K, Egyptrixx, Ginz and Starkey. Get down with these bass biscuits.

Matthew Hiscock - The Main (dj mix, March '10)  by  matthewhiscock

Ginz and Kool Money Kwame - Oreo [Earwax]
Starkey feat. Anneka - Stars (Slugabed remix) [Planet Mu]
Dva - Natty [Hyperdub]
Octa Push - Dubshh [Iberian]
Matthew Hiscock - Blimps [self-released]
Headhunter - Sex At The Prom [Tempa]
Maurizio - M4 [M]
Autopilot - Soul Solstice [self-released]
Matthew Hiscock - Oh Those Sexy Sweatpants [self-released]
Egyptrixx - Drive U Crazy [Aaahh! Real Monsters]
Riot Kid - Darjeling (Edu K remix) [Dub Noir]
Desto - Broken Memory [Ramp]
José James - Blackmagic (Joy Orbison remix) [Brownswood]
Matthew Hiscock - I'm Going to Get You You Little Bastard [unreleased]


So, it's been a long, long time coming, but Joker will finally release his dancefloor destroyer, Tron, sometime next month, but I'm actually screwing that I don't have any gigs this weekend to be able to play it out at. I've gotta wait until April 3rd... such a shocking state of affairs.

If anyone wants to book me last minute... then please do (vesperdj@googlemail.com :)... I shall charge you nothing! Anyway, back to the point. The immense... Tron.

It's a rare piece of music that has united a diverse range of DJs, including Diplo, Kode 9, Shy FX, Flying Lotus, TC, Caspa, Pinch, Skream, Roska, Martyn, Ginz, J Da Flex, Baobinga, 2nd II None, Reso, Oris J, Cosmin TRG, Appleblim, I.D, Guido, Mike Paradinas, Gemmy, Atki2, Tomb Crew, Bok Bok, Moshi Moshi DJs.... just to name a few.

In anticipation for the release of Tron on Joker's new label Kapsize... the man is running a wee competition to promote the release of Tron where you can win 1 of 15 signed copies of Tron on 12". A pretty sweet wee prize if you ask me.

All you have to do is stick your email address in the widget above... and you'll be sent a confirmation email about all the shizzle. Good luck :) and check out the full versions of Tron and the VIP mix below.

Joker "TRON" + VIP Mix by Multiverse

Introducing... Girl Unit

Today, I'm introducing you to yet another up and coming producer... and the next special delivery from the Night Slugs boys we know better as, L-Vis 1990 and Bok Bok. Back in January, we were graced with the epic launch of the Night Slugs label, and Mosca's Square One EP... two original productions and five remixes deep, NS001, was a simply awesome debut.

They say that second and third releases are the hardest part of game, but make no mistake, Night Slugs have done it again with their forthcoming releases With NS002, Egyptrixx - The Only Way Up coming out Monday and then next month, NS003... Girl Unit - I.R.L.
Hailed as Jan Driver's Rat Alert meets Juke @ 135... I.R.L. is certainly going to force your attention as much as this promo mix Girl Unit has made available for our listening pleasure in the build up to the release, next month.

I've been following Girl Unit on and off over the past 6 weeks or so since I heard Bok Bok play I.R.L live on Ustream... if this mix is up your street then head over to Girl Uni's MySpace where there's plenty more action on offer.

1. GIRL UNIT – Temple Keys
2. Hardrive ft. Lynae – Never Forget When You Touch Me (Dubbel Dutch edit)
3. DJ Sdunkero – Choosing Love
4. Ikonika – Dckhdbtch
6. Sekta ft. Spoek Mathambo – Peter Pan (Dubbel Dutch remix inst.)
7. Roulet – Kitamanda (GIRL UNIT remix)
8. Rishi Romero – African Forest
9. Marcus Price – Var E Naaken (Bok Bok remix)
10. Jay R. Revlon – The Godzilla Ha
11. Jam City – A/Arpjam
12. DJ Assault – Vandalism
13. K.G. – 808
15. Jagged Edge ft. Trina & Gucci Mane – Tip Of My Tongue (Inst.)
17. Terror Danjah ft. Swindle – Kiss Chase (Inst.)
18. Justin Timberlake – My Love (Inst.)
19. Asia Cruise – Boyfriend
20. Mike V. – Feelings
21. Leatherface – Requiem
22. DJ Solo – Juk3-tron
23. DJ Nehpets – GJM Trax 2
24. J.O.H – Goom
25. Kingdom – RedBaron Juke
26. Aaron-Carl – For The Money
27. DJ Spinn – Breezy
28. DJ Assault – Sometimes (Inst.)
29. Mister Ries – Sugar (Kill Frenzy remix)
30. DJ Rashad ft. DJ Gant-Man – U See Dem Hoes ‘09
31. DJ Deeon – I Hope Its U (Juke Mix)

Tuesday, 23 March 2010

OO le oo

I've written about Little John twice before, most recently here but I can't resist writing about him again - this track OO le oo hasn't left my player since I bagged it from Little John's soundcloud - a lovely piece of wonky hip hop, LJ gets a nice rolling beat with a top little vocal sample over the top. As far as hip hop goes, this is just how I like mine - not as wonky as acts like Kuedo, Slugabed, Kidkanevil, but jammed full of samples and swing (remind you of JayDee much?). This guy deserves to be massive, and this track is waiting to be vocalled apparently, although by who (singer/MC?) I don't know - hopefully see more from Little John on these pages in the future.

Kastle - March 2010 Promo Mix

So last month I introduced you to a new project from one of the biggest names in the house/dubstep/funky'ish scene, that you all know as B.Rich. Producer of some of my favourite tracks from last year, including It'll Be Alright, featuring Domonique, We Ball Harder and Make Me Dance.

His new project Kastle takes on a more musical approach to the bass lead scene we've all come to love over the past few years. Taking in a lot of influences from Dubstep, Grime, Jungle and the UK Bass scene, Kastle is one of the first people, along with Starkey to start spreading the sound over in North America.
He's just popped over his latest March mix to us, this time with a lot more of his own productions and remixes.

One of these productions from his last mix from January, You Got The Love... a cover of the classic that saw a huge resurgence last year thanks to Lungs and The XX, has just been released as part of a charity album.
The release from Abstract Logic Recordings, titled Inner Child... is a benefit album in aid of Atlanta based children's charity, Dream House For Kids. Also with additions from the likes of DZ, Hot Mess, NAPT, Specimen A, Stagga and Virus Syndicate, this is not a release to miss, with 100% of the proceeds going to the charity.

Kastle was asked to make his own addition to the album available to you for free below, and if you could support the cause in the best way possible by heading over the Beatport and purchasing some of the tracks, then we along with Dream House For Kids would be truly grateful. Follow the link HERE. Top music for your ears, and essential medical care for those that need it most... everyone wins!

All that's left for me to say now, is buy the album, and download Kastle's latest mix, you won't regret it in the slightest!

1. Four Tet - Love Cry (Joy Orbison Remix)
2. Mosca - Gold Bricks, I See You
3. A Made Up Sound - Sun Touch
4. Kastle - You Got The Love
5. Deadboy - U Cheated
6. Two Fresh - What Cha ft. Vince Harder & DOME (Kastle Remix)
7. Cosmin TRG - Love 2 Hide
8. Mosca - Nike (Club Edit)
9. C.R.S.T. - Inside
10. CJ Reign - Kissin Me
11. Scott Garcia - A London Thing
12. Box Clever - Questions ft. Sara Garvey (MJ Cole Remix)
13. Solutions - Things You Do
14. Monsta Boy - Sorry (I Didn't Know) (Madskillz Dub)
15. Kastle - Better Off Alone
16. Bok Bok - Citizens Dub
17. Deadbit - Love Picks Me Up
18. Distal - Space Graffiti
19. Fantastic Mr Fox - Sketches
20. Delphic - Halycon (Deadboy Remix)
21. I.D. - Light ft. Rider Shafique
22. MiMoSa - Your Love
23. Heavyfeet - War ft. Jenna G (Kastle Remix)
24. Cosmic Revenge - Late Nights (Kastle Remix)
25. 92 Eternal - The Feeling (Kastle Remix)

26. Starkey - Pleasure Points
27. Lewis B - Pinball
28. Josh One - Passing Through ft. Mr. Blqstrdst, LDM & Poet Name Life
29. Kuedo - Starfox
30. Starkey - Stars ft. Anneka
31. Numan - Code Four
32. Trey Songz - Gotta Make It ft. Twista
33. Jagged Edge - Walked Outta Heaven
34. Ironsoul - She
35. Artful Dodger - Think About Me

Happy Birthday!

Happy birthday Squeaky Bleeps! It's been exactly a year since Lee and I started this blog, and since then we've gone from strength to strength (or so we like to think!). Hopefully you've all enjoyed reading the blog as much as we have writing it, and keep your eyes peeled for a special birthday podcast where Lee and I will pick out our favourite tracks from the past year we've been running the blog.

Monday, 22 March 2010

The best tune ever...


I am obsessed with this song at the moment. Forgive me.

Mix Monday #11

A good weekend all round for me... spent Friday @ Fabric with Ben and many heads from work and uni... an absolute roadblock. Rodigan, Ikonika and Skream were on fire, and big ups to IC3 for moi shout out :). On to this week's tips for mixes.

Fresh from his newly released free concept album with ID, titled Bass Music Sessions, Baobinga hits us with his newest mix, as the third installment in The Fat Club's mix series. 19 tunes in just 25 minutes of fresh dubs and hot new cuts, this is for sure my mix of the week. Bring on the Bass.

Julio Bashmore - Batak Groove
Emvee - Repeat Me
Andrea Lai & Madox - Ganja King (Baobinga Remix)
Bubblez Aka Grievous Angel - Wicked Inna Bed
Baobinga & Cosmin Trg - I Get Ruff
Poirier - Coco Drunk
Tinie Tempah - Pass Out (Sbtrkt Remix)
Mele - Mugged
Geiom - Sugar Coated Lover ft. Marita (Brackles & Shortstuff Remix)
Bok Bok Feat. Bubbz - Citizens Dub
Ramadanman - Tempest
Baobinga & I.D. - Wang It
Addison Groove
Mensah - Pulse 80
Skinnz - Make Me Feel
Ginz & Baobinga - The Good Stank
I.D. - Handbagger (Baobinga Remix)
Playaz Circle - Duffle Bag Boy ft. Lil Wayne

Next up is Sinden and his fantastic guest mix for BBC 1Xtra. This mix was recorded as a guest mix for Redlight's In New 1Xtra DJs We Trust back in December, but was played last night by Redlight as he ran through his favourite guest mix from the past six months.

Onra - Robot Chopsticks
RedLight - I Want To Be With You (Feat. Dread, Omi, Serocee)
Jakes - Boom Bass
Skream - Peri Peri Base
Rusko - Get Down Low
Benga - My One and Only
Onra - Champion Style
Martyn - Friedrichstrasse

Finally up last is Squeaky Bleeps favourite, DJ Neoteric and his new guest mix for Crookers. Featuring a lot of new unreleased heat from the European scene that Neoteric has been flying the flag for with pride in North America, for a number of years now. If you've yet to get onto Neoteric, then I suggest you do some homework, one of my top tips for DJs over the pond. Get on it!

Oliver$ - Ihope
Consistent - Aint No Bump
Round Table Knights - Drop The Dow
M.In & Franksen - The Beat of the Drum
Jacuzzi Boys & Jens Peters - Check That Body
Nadastrom - Inner Midget
Art vs Science - Parlez Vous Francais (Nadastrom Remix)
Wareika - Mountain Ride
Marcin Czubala & Hugo - Zoo Communale
Jamtech Foundation - Too Fast (Zombie Disco Squad Remix)
Poirier - Kalima Shop Titi (Douster Remix)
Sekta - Jabajaws ft. Spoek (Camel Remix)
One Nil - Congo Static
Paul Cooper - Thre3
Santiago, Bushido & Hijack - Way Back (Hijack Remix)
Surkin - Fan Out
Brodinski - Arnold Classics
Vice - Voivodine (Ha Ha Ho Hey)
Schlachthofbronx - Ayoba ft. Spoek & Gnucci Banana (Highbloo Remix)
Kid Kaio - Saxtape (Too Saxy)
Major Lazer vs 2000 And One (Oliver $ Edit)
Act Yo Age - Song for Nona (Savage Skulls Remix)
Black Joy - Untitled (Solid Groove Remix)

Saturday, 20 March 2010

Rodigan Soundsystem

That is all for today.

Friday, 19 March 2010

Living On The Edge of the Night

Trying out a new feature today on Squeaky Bleeps - every Friday I will be posting up my picks for events across the UK - probably specialising in Brighton and London as those are the cities I know best. Kicking things off with events for the weekend from the 19th - 21st.

Friday 19th January

Big Chill Presents Radioclit (LDN)
Where: Big Chill House, Kings Cross
How Much: Free before 12, £5 after
Who: Radioclit, Doc Daneeka, Greena, Girl Unit & Oliver Rant

Tropical house + pop dons Radioclit are joined by Night Slugs fam Greena + Girl Unit, UK Funky maestro Doc Daneeka (Fabric) and Oliver Rant, who rolls in the same circles as Julio Bashmore in Bristol.

Hessle Audio, Room 3 @Fabric (LDN)
Where: Room 3, Fabric, Farringdon
How Much: £15
Who: Ikonika, Ben Ufo, Ramadanman, Pangaea, Bruk

We're big fans of Hessle Audio here at SB, they do things proper, and all 3 of the label bosses (Rama, Ufo and Pangaea) really know how to lay down a proper DJ set. They're joined by Ikonika ahead of her upcoming long player for Kode 9's Hyperdub imprint, with support from Bruk (whose warmup mix can be found in our Mix Monday post here. Ignore the room 1 & 2 lineps, all about room 3 this time.

Foundation Album Launch Party (BTN)
Where: Coalition
How Much: £8 advance + NUS
Who: Breakage, Shy FX, Redlight, Newham Generals live PA of 'Hard'

Drum and bass and dubstep producer Breakage debuts tracks off his new album 'Foundation', which contains guest appearances from Burial and Newham Generals. Jungle producer Shy FX is joined by Redlight, a new name on the crack house scene.

Norman Jay MBE (BTN)
Where: Audio
How Much: £8 advance
Who: Norman Jay, Pablo Contraband, Affy & Ali

Jay was an early figurehead of reggae in the UK, his Good Times Soundsystem is legendary. Alongside Giles Peterson he pioneered acid jazz.

Jupiter Rooms Presents Casionova (MANC)
Where: Deaf Institute
How Much: Free before 11, £4 after.
Who: Casionova, Oscar Wildstyle and residents

Cyberdance records label chief brings his own brand of italo, expect anything Egyptian Lover to Metro Area or Richie Hawtin to Chicken Lips.

Saturday 20th February

Foals DJs (LDN)
Where: Lock Tavern, Camden
How Much: Free
Who: Foals DJs + Residents

The quality of a Foals DJ set can be proven by the remixers the band has chosen for their new single - Mount Kimbie, Cosmin TRG & Deadboy.

SOL Winter Sessions Present Riva Starr (BTN)
Where: Audio
How Much: Free
Who: Riva Starr and Schtumm DJs

Riva Starr's quirky brand of house is not worth missing, check his new LP 'If Live Gives You Lemons, Make Lemonade' too.

Doctor's Orders present Skinnyman live (BTN)
Where: Jamm
How Much: £5 advance, £7 on the door
Who: Skinnyman live, Spin Doctor & Rusty Ryan

UK hip hop MC Skinnyman's own blend of political and humorous bars makes this rare appearance a real treat - residents join him with their usual party starters, soul breaks and hip hop treats.

Deviate 4th Birthday (NEWCASTLE)
Where: World Headquarters
How Much: £8 advance, more on the door.
Who: Roska, Brackles & Mosca

UK Funky main man Roska's upcoming LP is a very exciting prospect, and his sets are no less so - joining him is Blunted Robots' Brackles, whose sets are not one to miss. Mosca is another member of the Night Slugs fam doing it big these days - his Square One EP launched the Night Slugs label and his sets are a melting pot of bmore, ghettotech, 2step, UK funky, juke and all things bassy.

Sunday 21st February

Bloggers Delight present Simian Mobile Disco (LDN)
Where: Lock Tavern
How Much: Free
Who: Simian Mobile Disco, Braiden, Skull Juice, Casper C

Simian Mobile Disco, having just curated a night at Matter, play an exclusive DJ set in this unbelievably intimate setting - expect disco, techno, house and all things in between. Rinse FM DJ Steve Braiden provides support, make sure you check out Steve's Detroit techno mix for an idea of what to expect, although a whole lot more than just Detroit sounds will be on offer. Amazing lineup for the top room of a North London boozer!

Thursday, 18 March 2010

Introducing... RipTidE

Now... today I have a bit of a special treat for you in the form of a feature on one of the most exciting new producer's in the world right now. He exploded onto the scene halfway through 2009 with a remix of Jennifer Delano's Amsterdam. I'd imagine a lot of you have heard that remix in some form or another over the past 8 months or so... and hats of to him as it ended up getting a release on the mighty Kitsune, along with a remix from BeatauCue in January of this year.

He's gained support from the likes of Erol Alkan, Aeroplane, Boys Noize, Brodinski, Fake Blood, and Tommie Sunshine among many others. I feel that Tommie Sunshine's description ("it sounds like how drugs feel") of RipTidE's sound, is the best one I've come across.

Now I realise I'm quite late in the day to be declaring my undying love for RipTidE, but the truth is far simpler than that. Since January, RipTidE has been able to quit his job and focus solely on music... freeing up time for some new tunes.

In the past couple of months he's got a new release in the pipeline... the Fireleaf EP, with remixes from Hidden Cat and Clashes; as well as three new remixes, all with release dates in the near future. There's also a new tunes called Fk Me that I've been battering dance floors with for the past couple of months below for you to listen to as well.

Now this is a quick heads up, as I want to focus solely on getting the music into your eyes quickly... and I'd really appreciate your feedback by commenting on the other Soundcloud links below. The remix of Stop The Noise is pretty damn special!

Blaze Tripp vs Redial - Stop The Noise / RipTidE RMX by RipTidE

Wednesday, 17 March 2010

Dan Aux... March 2010 Promo Mix

Short and sweet... as I really need my beauty sleep, but here's Dan Aux's new mix that I've really been feeling tonight. Hot new cuts from Tom Piper, Bam Bam, Chuckie and two new remixes from the man himself. Top mix... and an intro not for the kids or your mums ears... get locked!

Dan Aux - Endless Pleasure - Promo Mix March 2010  by  Dan Aux

French Fries - Senta
Cassie Davies - Don't Wanna Dance (Tom Piper Remix)
Felix The Housecat - Silverscreen (Chuckie & Silvio Ecomo 070 Acid Mix)
Keli Hart ft Bree Fenton - Work (Dan Aux Remix)
Bam Bam - Watch The Club Go ft Mr Robotic
Major Lazer - Pon De Floor (Neo's Rap Glitch Rave Edit)
Breakdown - Feels Like ft NYTS (Dan Aux Remix)

Monday, 15 March 2010

Mix Monday #10

Ey up! Morning all... had a pretty cool weekend... two gigs, one being quite a mental house party... Sunday morning though was not pleasant. Yet, the rest of Sunday was spent driving around London, and listening to these very fine mixes that have been on repeat on my iPod a lot in the past week. I'm in quite a spaced out mood while writing this, so I thought I'd take a break from the norm and give you all something meaning to listen to. As always... enjoy! Stay tight for this week... got some exclusive new tunes and the next installment in our mix series, coming thick and fast now!

First up is Round Table Knights and their recent entry into the great Made To Play podcast series, which you can also grab here and Subscribe to with iTunes. Just in time to promote their fantastic new Calypso EP on Made To Play, one of my favourite releases of the year so far. You can also grab the mix from the link below... great mix!

Chopstick – Clear Eyes – Suol
SoulPhiction – A Short History Of… – Philpot Records
Dop – The Dust (Enliven Deep Acoustics Mix) – Enliven Mix
Franky Rizardo – Afrika (Round Table Knights Remix) – Rizardo Records
Hess Is More – Ssshhh (Zombie Disco Squad Remix) – Nublu Records
Matteo Matteini, Lorenzo Bartoletti – Latina (Hector Couto Remix) – Nu Logic Records
Die Vögel – Empire – Pampa Records
Round Table Knights vs Bauchamp – Calypso – Made to Play
Andreas Henneberg, Simon2 – Bolingo Grigo -
Oliver $ – Ginger Ale – Made to Play
Monkey Safari – Zulu (Yankee Zulu Remix) – What! What! Records
Jamie Anderson – A Night In Tunisia – Front Room Recordings

Next up is latest addition to possibly one of the best mix series out there at the present time... I've posted quite a few of these in the past, but this is right up there with the very best of them. I'll let DJ Eleven's synopsis of the mix, summarise the philosophy behind this mix.
"When Matty C first told me about the White Light series, he kept coming back to a description of listening to music while driving at night. Since most of us in New York City don't drive, traveling music has to be approached differently. So I set out to make a mix from records I never get a chance to play out that would provide the perfect soundtrack to the walking, turnstile hopping, dude-selling-his-beat-tape-out-front-of-Fat Beats-avoiding, taxi-hailing, dollar-van-riding, slice-grabbing, coffee-on-the-run-drinking, and then walking a little more that is getting around the Rotten Apple."

Simian Mobile Disco - Cruel Intentions (Maurice Fulton Remix)
Azari & III - Reckless (With Your Love)
Toby Tobias - In Your Eyes (Tensnake Remix)
Lifelike - L.O.V.E Is What You Need
Farley "Jackmaster" Funk - Love Can't Turn Around (Lifelike Remix)
Chromeo - Night by Night (Siriusmo Remix)
Housemeister - What You Want (Siriusmo Remix)
Little Boots - Earthquake (Treasure Fingers' Epicwave Mix)
Curses! - The Deep End (Holy Ghost! Day School Dub)
Bodie Lee - Foxy Tonight (Ajello Remix)
Kris Menace & The Dream - Walking On Lightning (U-Tern Blend)
Empire of the Sun - We Are The People (Shazam Remix)
Walter Jones - I Am Loved
Fred Falke - 8:08pm @ The Beach

Last up this week we have Bruk and his awesome new promo mix for Fabric. This Friday, Ben UFO's Hessle Audio label will be hosting Room 3 at Fabriclive. With Ikonika headlining and with support from Ramadanman, Pangaea, Bruk and Ben UFO himself... it promises to be an epic night of all proportions. I'll be heading along to the night to catch D1 on the decks in Room1 as well as Pangaea and Ben UFO, so if you see me in Room3 milling around (I'll be wearing a white Crack House tee)... then come say Hello :).

Bruk - Hessle Audio / FABRICLIVE Promo Mix  by  fabric

The West District Allstars feat. Natasha Watts - Reach Up (Enzyme Black Stripped Dub)
Kid Majesty - Desfile De Los Santos
Tadow Productions - Rising Sun
Stephanie Mills - Free (Domu Stripped Down Remix)
Sony - Sugar Rush
DVA - Nasty Nasty Nasty (Roska Remix)
Xara - You Got Me
Crazy Cousinz - Sonar
Tonya Renee - About You (Karizma Boucha Remix)
DJ 2face - I Love You
Plastic Cash - Store Card
Ultramarine - Hooter (Carl Craig / Ver. 1.1)
Karizma - Necessary Madness
Argy - The Storm
Thommy Davis - Mars Needs Women

Thursday, 11 March 2010

Squeaky Bleeps #003 - dangerDan

Morning all... I'd like to introduce to you the third in our mix series... featuring up and coming DJs/Producers from around the UK and the World.
This time we've chosen to feature the talents of one of the most impressive and ear-catching producers I've come across in quite a while.

dangerDan has that rare quality for me... he's able to fuse together everything that I love about the deeper, melodic side of house, techno and electro music, whilst still being able to keep things dancefloor friendly and, critically, purely innocent and fun.

He sent me over his remixes of Armand Van Helden's Funk Phenomenon, Blondie's Call Me, and Sebastian Teiller's Kilometer, which I warmed to and featured on this blog in my old weekly, Monday tune posts. However, it was a certain remix of Little Boot's Earthquake, which struct the most sensitive nerve (particularly at 4:34, when beauty reigns supreme in a remix that has invaded the very top of my iTunes most played list. Touches of glints of Duke Dumont and glints of recent Boy 8-Bit, with the kick of The Subs. I was hooked from that moment onwards.

He's since gone to produce some of his own work, most notably Mokini and Escape, which have certified dancefloor approval from me. You can catch both of these, and a couple of his other cheeky tunes below... and please make sure you check out his Soundcloud page.

Escape  by  dangerdan_

Mokini  by  dangerdan_

Prizm  by  dangerdan_

Partysquad - Pull-Up (dangerDAN Remix)  by  dangerdan_

Daft Punk - Something about us (w/ Blondie - Call Me Acapella)
Riva Starr - Dance Me
Boys Noize - Jeffer (Modeselektor Remix)
Count and Sinden - Mega (Harvard Bass Remix) (w/ Tiga - What U Need Proxy Remix Sample)
Bowski - Hooves (w/ Laidback Luke & Steve Angello - Be Vocal Loop)
Pryda - Muranyi
10CC - I'm Not In Love
Friendly Fires - Paris (Aeroplane Remix)
Orbital - Halcyon and On and On
Wagon Christ - Kwikwidetrax
The Party Squad - Pull Up (dangerDAN Remix)
King Crimson - The Court of the Crimson King
Chateau Flight - Baroque

Also please check out his fantastic remix of Little Boots... one of my favourite remixes of the whole of 2009... think Boy 8 Bit's remix of Quicksand. Also his remix of Blondie's Call Me... an absolute stomper that one!

Little Boots - Earthquake [dangerDAN Remix]  by  dangerdan_

Blondie - Call Me [dangerDAN Remix]  by  dangerdan_

Tuesday, 9 March 2010

TLGB... back to business.

Following on from my gastly excuse for a review of TLGB's (or The Living Graham Bond as he's also known) new remix of Beenie Man earlier today... I thought it was only fair, and morally right of me to inform you of the man's latest mix for March.
You may remember TLGB from last summer, when he won AC Slater's Hello remix competition, with a fine attempt might I add.

He's since gone from strength to strength playing alongside the likes of Riva Starr, Trevor Loveys and Foamo as well as holding his very own EP launch at Always Fridays @ Egg.
Most importantly you can catch him this coming Saturday at Shoreditch's Rhythm Factory for Lee Mortimer and Foamo's Superman launch party, with support coming from Streetlife DJs, Reso and Tek-One. All the info can be found on the facebook event, here.

Ralvero - Killer Bee ft. Dadz n Effect
French Fries - Predator
The Partysquad - Rage (Original Mix)
Sound Of Stereo - Button (BeatauCue Remix)
Larry Tee - Let's Make Nasty ft. Roxy Cottontail (Afrojack Remix)
Computer Juice - Computer Juice
Crookers - Royal T (Sticky K Remix)
Foamo - Jookie
Lee Mortimer & Laidback Luke - Blau
Shooting Horses - Jungle People
Riva Starr - Dance Me ft. Trim
Dmitry Fyodorov - Simcoe
Lorcan Mak - Hooo
TLGB - Flicker ft. Fiona Bevan

Here's also a bonus remix... and a sneak preview of TGLB's new EP with folk singer Fiona Bevan... enjoy :) and hold tight for an exclusive mix tomorrow and the next in our mix series from up and coming producer dangerDan. Hold tight for that one.

Winter Hunter feat. Fiona Bevan  by  thelivinggrahambond

Flicker feat. Fiona Bevan  by  thelivinggrahambond

Tune Tuesday #9

Hey all... got some tunes for your ears today, they will thank me in spades... top sounds and vibes all round and some great exclusives for you this week... get ready for the noise, and please remember to support these artists, if any tickle your fancy ;)

Armand Van Helden - Witch Doktor (Le Vamp's Marvellous Medicine Remix)
Now, a completely new producer for you today who also goes under the name of Attack Yourself! You may have heard some of his material before, and if you're a regular poster on the Erol Alkan forum then you will know Le Vamp in one way or another as his alter ego Attack Yourself!. A pumping funky vibe, big bassline to boot... and sampling a wee bit of Afronuts I hear in there maybe... cheeky ;).

Crookers - Remedy ft. Miike Snow (Jeuce Rework)
I hadn't heard of Jeuce until recently, and testament to their persistance, sending me their material over the past few weeks that I've really warmed to their style. Remedy has definitely been my favourite of Crookers' recent material over the past few months. Animals was good, but a bit of a play now, bin later tune... and No Security never stood up a single on it's own. However, Remedy has dawned on a new Crookers' sound that I'd to see more of in the future.

Beenie Man - Dude (TLGB Remix)
Now here's is a remix to keep you on your toes, I don't think I've listened to this or for that matter heard it in a club since I was about 14 and used to go to those really tacky under 18s parties... where you saw more fish than fosters... I'll let you make what you will of that comment what you wish. Nonetheless, I still fucking love this tune... it's perfect dancefloor cheese and deserves a welcome return. This shall undoubtedly be my weapon of choice tomorrow night at my 16+ residency... let's see if we can rekindle some of that 'Birds Eye' flavour... haha.... grim.

Pitchwit - Bulletproof ft. J Dog
Something a little different for you now... some straight up post-Justice electro from Pitchwit that is really reminding me of Phantom Pt. II in places... certainly the lead riff anyway. If you think otherwise, then I'm sorry, you have been shown to door. Enough to the similarities though, as it's been a while since I've listened to something similar to Justice recently, where I've wanted to hit the play button again.
This is the first release from new label Sic Outfit... welcome to the party lads... More of this please!!!

Autokratz - Skin Machine
The London based duo return after a hugely successful year in my opinion in 2009. I was lucky enough to catch them on tour, and was really impressed by the diversity of their live show. A multitude of equipment and gadgetry... making for a top show.
Skin Machine is a wee taster of what's to come in 2010 for Autokratz with a new EP coming soon on Kitsune, titled Kick... I shall of course keep you posted.

Monday, 8 March 2010

Mix Monday #9

A new week, with three new and one timeless classic mix for ya'll... some big things to come this week also from us, so keep checking back here in the next few days... the next in our very own mix series and some top new exclusives from the best in the biznizz!

First up this week is my favourite DJ of 2009... Kissy Sell Out. In my opinion no DJ in the world (I know, a bit of a bold claim) is able to fuse together such a melting pot of sounds, with such fine attention to detail.
If there is anyone in the DJ game that truly works for his salary its this Essex man. You'll never see him standing still or with his 'hands in the air' for more than half a second during on of his sets. Constantly flipping the sound and changing the beat.

He quickly rose up the ranks during 06'/07' and was offered an In New DJs We Trust spot on Radio 1, and then the same year was asked to pioneer his own show.
He's drawn some criticism in the past for his style of 'pre-warping' tunes to the same tempo before his sets, but as you'll soon see from this Essential Mix, those questions are soon blown out of the window, by the sheer intensity of his shows. An essential mix comprising of 55 tunes in 60 minutes, mixed by ear on CDJs with plenty of his own edits, mashups and dancefloor friendly specials.

Personally I admire DJs who push the boundaries of what should be technically possible for a human to be able to do with decks and a mixer... Kissy is certainly no exception and I've yet to find another DJ whose willing to play Beethoven, REM, Daft Punk and Jack Beats in the same one hour set, yet still make it danceable and fun.

Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit (Kissy Klub Version)
The Squatters - SAN CITY HIGH Records Demo #1
DJ Bam Bam & DJ Sheik - The Baddest Feat. Pingy Ring
Praxis Feat. Kathy Brown - Turn To Sugar
Dooze - Got Line (PeaceTreaty Bangers Remix)
Tommie Sunshine & Oh Snap! - 5am (Black Noise Remix)
Tom Piper - Noise (Nom De Strip Remix)
Wiley - Never Be A Woman (Jaymo & Andy George Remix)
Bart B More - Romane (Rubix Remix - Kissy Klub Version)
Hatrias - Spaced Invader (Malente Remix)
Daft Punk - Da Funk (Schizofonics Remix - Kissy Klub Version)
Aphrodite - Listen To The Rhythm
Tonka - Jack Track (Black Noise Remix - Kissy Klub Version)
Zinc & Ms Dynamite - Wile Out (Kissy Klub Version)
Hot Pink Delorean - SAN CITY HIGH Records Demo #2
Lazy Flow - SAN CITY HIGH Records Demo #3
Erol Alkan & Boys Noize - Waves
Jaimeson - Urban Hero
D.I.M. & Tai - Lyposuct
T Rex - Get It On (Kissy Klub Version)
Knuckles - Loading
Far East Movement - Like A G6 (Kissy Sell Out Remix)
Major Lazer - Pon De Floor (Tlegato Remix - Kissy Klub Version)
Asparagus - Love Buzz (Tim Treatment - Kissy Klub Version)
Congorock & Crookers Vs Paul Woolford - Erotic SBombers (Kissy Klub Version)
Morgan & Bland - Bongo Congo (Kissy Klub Version)
Renaissance Man - Spraycan
Booka Shade Vs T2 - Mandarine Heartbreaker (Kissy Klub Version)
Black Noise - Jungle Iz Em
Troublegum - Bodybug / Sin Citric (Kissy Klub Version)
Mr Oizo - Positif
Coldfeet - Billie Jeans (DJ Taku Remix)
Michael Jackson - Beat It (The Blisters Boyz Remix)
Dillinja Vs Jack Beats - Thugged Out Toy (Kissy Klub Version)
L7 - Pretend We're Dead (Kissy Klub Version)
Foo Fighters - The Pretender (Zeds Dead Remix)
Noisettes - Don't Upset The Rhythm (Kissy Sell Out In The Black Lodge)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Heads Will Roll (A Trak Remix)
Lazy Flow - SAN CITY HIGH Records Demo #4
Acidkids - Josef Geld
Buraka Som Sistema - Skank (Foamo Remix)
Paul Whitehead Vs SonicC - Badboy Vs Saiph (Kissy Klub Version)
Riton & Seji - Computer Juice
Two Fresh - Bhanga (Dan Aux Remix)
Harry J. All Stars - Liquidator (Kissy Klub Version)
Mom & Dad - Judas (Dem Slackers Remix)
Major Lazer - Bruk (Foamo Remix)
Sam Young & Rosie Gaines - Close 2010 (Lee Mortimer Remix)
Beethoven arr Carlos - Ode To Joy (Kissy Klub Version)
Edu K - Raver Lovin (Acapella)
R.E.M. - Nightswimming (Kissy Sell Out 2010 VIP Remix)
Blaqstarr - Get Off (Jack Beats Remix - Kissy Klub Version)
Handel - Zadok The Priest (Kissy Klub Version)
Barefoot Truth - The Ocean (Kissy Klub Version)
Wally Lopez - Tribute To Acid House (Acapella)

Next up is for me one of London's most underrated DJs in Not Shy. He's been running the iconic This Is Not A Rave @ the Horse & Groom in Shoreditch for the last couple of years, which I was recently invited down to play at, and he also regularly graces the decks at Egg. A merging style of booty techno and feel good house, with a technical ability and crowd reading mind, many would be jealous of.
Grab his latest mix below and catch his array of other fine selections on his Soundcloud.

Not Shy - Back To Bass(ics)  by  notshy

Urchins & Spoek - Tickets (Kid Kaio Is High Remix)
Zombie Nation - Seas Of Grease (Harvard Bass Remix)
Busy Signal & Major Lazer - Da Style Deh (Douster Dagga Remix)
DJ Zinc - Killa Sound (Heavyfeet Remix)
Dave Rose & Deka - Tumba Me
Paul Weller - Wake Up The Nation (DJ Zinc Remix)
Bart B More - Romane (Gucci Vump Remix)
Fenech-Soler - Stop & Stare (Jaymo & Andy George Remix)
Crookers Ft Miike Snow - Remedy (Magik Johnson Vocal Remix)
IAM ONE - Juno
Ajapai - Jigglin'
Major Lazer - Bruk Out (Foamo Remix)

Next up is Sound of Stereo, who've just upped their new mix to promote their forthcoming EP, titled Flatland and for their upcoming tour of North America... with dates @ the WMC in Miami, then LA, Vancouver and an appearance at SXSW in Austin, Texas. Along with some buddies over at the Erol forum we've managed to put together a nice track-listing... it's missing a couple of key details, but they'll be updated here soon! Hot mix... don't miss!

Flatland Tour Promomix  by  Sound of Stereo

Oliver Twizt - Gangsterdam (Nom de Strip Remix)
SonicC & Digital – Drunk Skunk (LA Riots Remix)
French Fries - Senta
Sound of Stereo - Oley Oley
Sound of Stereo - Button (Beataucue Remix)
Sound of Stereo - Metric
Schlachthofbronx - Ayoba (??? Remix)
Tiga - Overtime (Brodinski Remix)
Zoo Brazil - Technik
Sound of Stereo - Velcro
Vandalism & Angger Dimas - She Got It
Sound Of Stereo - Flatland
Congorock - Babylon
Sound of Stereo - Zipper

The last mix is one Ben suggested... I've been listening all day... a fine, fine mix from probably the biggest band in the world right now. The multi talents of James Smith know no boundaries. A beautiful mix of atmospheric sounds, with light lavishing of 2step and one top drum solo.
He's making me feel a bit useless about my current DJ'ing hobby, when it's just something on the side for him to do for fun.

Jamie xx - Ytinifni
The xx - Hot Like Fire (Jamie xx Edit)
Skream - Sub Island
Fourtet/Burial - Wolf Cub
Zomby - Test Me For A Reason
Sticky feat. Ms Dynamite - Booo!
The xx - Blood Red Moon (Jamie xx Bootleg)
CocoRosie - Raphael
The Crusaders - Young Rabbits
John Forde - Stardance
Theophilus London - Blindfolded
Mayana - Skips A Beat
The xx - Heart Skipped A Beat
The xx - Basic Space (Jamie xx Space Bass Mix)