Lads I have to say the quality thus far has been very good indeed. Been going through in order of posting... Millsy already blown smoke up your poopa, ace mix Japes I've now listened to all of yours fella and it's probably your best set in terms of programming that you've done (I dug out an old biotech mix of yours last year.... You've come a fair way since those CDs!) Smash - only a third through yours but it's right up my street, great track selection... Mix into wildstyle groove is fucking LUSH. the rest of it will be on the car today and hope to finish it.
Then I'll be on to Zacksters where I have to say the tracklist looks very interesting... Looking forward to it.
Good work gents
Cheers matey. Yeah, the old biotech series was a bit rough when I listen back, Tekkers have improved since then!
Big love to everyone who has participated, they're all pretty spesh but I agree zackster has been the surprise entry for me, v.nice.
I've been told that I was a dead ringer for fat tongue lisp-spitting mockney mong chef more than a handful of times. I've also been told Prince Harry And most recently one frequent poster on this board who has since now departed (the board, not life) gave me a bit of Clare Balding abuse.
I was mortified by Jamie Oliver. Fucking mug on him. Clare balding I'll take any day of the week, smashing looking fella with a lovely hair-do.
Deffo prince harry hodgefather, albeit on steroids!
I've had peter sellers a few times, and, harshly I think, mr.bean.
Wrongun - where are you carter? Olly murs of course!
I'd have to agree with this. I was never a fan, but heard Uncle John drop FJ in the Gardening Club once to a thunderous reception. It did the business when it counted.
Absolutely. You can also add Robert miles 'children', paul van dyk 'for an angel', binary finary, three drives on vinyl, energy 52 and faithless 'insomnia' to the list of tunes that "sounded amazing at the time, but were ruined by being used in match of the day highlights sequences."
Done for the Bedrock board's festive mix swap, recorded live on New Years Eve. A sample from a great film, some tunes that have been floating my boat recently, and a classic to finish the year off in style... Hope you enjoy, and Happy New Year!
1. "Made of Stone (Intro)" 2. "G Platz (Neil Quigley remix)" – Nick Muir 3. "Crossing borders" – Booka Shade feat. Fritz Kalkbrenner 4. "Voices" – Hufshlag & Braun 5. "Definition" – Piemont 6. "We don't give up the boyz" – Hufshlag & Braun 7. "Den RÃ¥tta" – Ame feat. Vulkano 8. "Perfect time" – Booka Shade 9. "Tatischeff" – Ame 10. "Rotation" – Marcelo Vasami 11. "Chateau Rouge" – Booka Shade 12. "Level 7 (Dixon remix)" – Matthew Jonson 13. "Out of nowhere" – Japanese Popstars 14. "Apollo vibes (Young American Primitive Spacecraft Communicator remix)" – Pole Folder
It's actually more difficult to create an unmixed selection imho. Mine modulates between extreme noise terror, heavy beats and gentle sweeping ambience all in the space of an hour - more like a painting or collage than a linear groove. That takes time, and you can't get away with transition tunes because every track works in a more immediate way.