Hi All :D
We have been having a wonderful NZ summer! Did a little summer project while playing tunes I pulled out all hardhouse tunes slower than 150 bpm and I realised I have quite a collection!
This Endless Summer Mix is inspired by collection of Funky warm up hardhouse and has tunes with a 132 to 144 bpm range. These are so funky so groovy and yet still hard and a whole lot of fun! I love playing this style and it is absolutely perfect for summer days in the sun xo
Hope you all enjoy this the first of the Fishbowl of Funks Mixes! I have another one coming up very soon which will be from 145 to 149 bpm range.
Enjoy! Much Fishy-ness
Mrs Fish XO
again sorry i dont have mic again but getting it next week! this one is my favorite underground harddance artist! Geck-O also messsage me or comment for next week hardcore track of the week . enjoy! :D
Sometimes there's nothing better than a rainy day to break out the dex and bang it hard! My first attempt at mixing Freeform. Hope it pleases your ears. Let me know what you think? Some awesum trax on here. Freeform -- Keeping Hard Dance real!! Peace Psy 8)
Following the momentum of
Stompede which was amazingly successful and showcased the Live talents
of Barcode and Simba tearing the dancefloor a new on we bring you this
weeks fucked thursday with the usual awesome tuneage and high jinks
tomfoolery with a guestmix from a dj/producer we've known for a long
time and we're very happy to present a unique slant this week from ALEX
My name is Falex or Alex - from United Kingdom.
I have been a fan of dance music since 1993/94, originally I started
out with Jungle/Drum & Bass. listening on the FM pirate radio
stations - a new world of underground dance music. Going through the
90's I got into House & Trance through the compilations that were
released by DJ's such as Pete Tong & Seb Fontaine. I was a regular
listener to Radio1. I was always keen to learn how to DJ as I found each
DJ had a different style and method. The idea of going to Ibiza and
making it big also was a big attraction. In my late teens I enjoyed the
buzz of dance music flowing through the charts and the night clubs in my
In 2002, after a short term in the armed forces I met
some new friends that were to change my life. They introduced me to the
underground scene once more, in the way of after-hours clubs and in tune
with Hard House/Trance. I was able to get a close up on how DJ's did
their thing. In no time at all I managed to acquire my first pair of
decks and a few vinyl. I was on my way, and I my friends were also at
the same stage as me. I had my first chance to play that same year, it
was enough for me to want to do it again.
To this day I
continue to work at getting myself out there. I went digital in 2007
purchasing my first pair of CDJ's. I still love playing vinyl though. By
chance I got involved with internet radio in 2008 after a couple of
years playing my tunes through Paltalk rooms.
I left my
position as resident internet radio DJ in the summer of 2010 to persue
my further ambitions in music production. I started Rock School Level 2
Audio Producer course in September 2010 and wish to continue
transcending through the education levels.
Over the years, my
preference has been Trance - uplifting, vocal, progressive,tek. I do
love playing other styles of music though, including House, Fidget,
Techno, Dutch, Breaks, Old Skool, Garage, Drum & Bass and generally
anything with a beat.
Recently I have been playing out at
events local to Leicester. Including Ox Rocks, Havana Presents, Sumo
(Private) and many parties along the way. I have also supported Beat
Logistics and due to support Balistic at the legendary 'Emporium'
nightclub in Coalville. I have also been developing my mixing skills
digitally on software. Thus allowing me to make studio mixes and really
get creative. My first year is almost complete and my learning skills
are improving at a great rate. 2011 has been prosperous so far and I
will be posting my years production to share and get feedback. My next
plan is to go on with BTEC (extended) Creative Music Tech.
Falex - Trance & Progressive DJ / Aspiring Producer
**UPDATE** This week we've got a special guest mix for you lot from the
man behind stompede, Drewcifer! This shit is gonna be HEAVY so don't
miss out you slags!
If you've been listening for the last few
weeks you'll know that SimBa & Barcode have a very exciting gig
lined up this Friday playing at the launch of a brand new night in
will take you on a journey through a multitude of underground dance
genres, including house, electro, hard tech, hard house, hard trance
We're really excited about this gig as it's
going to be a return to one of our original stomping grounds so we'll be
giving it everything we've got!
Tune in to this weeks Fucked
Thursday where we'll be treating you to a taste of what's to come on the
night and get your asses down to Leicester's Leicester Square (AKA Rack
'n' Roll) This Friday to see SimBa & Barcode LIVE!
This is a new studio mix from myself, recorded in one session and completely live. This mix is a bit different as i decided to do a mix featuring tracks from one dj collective. So as you can guess by the name of the mix, the tunes are all done by the Masif DJ collective and contains a lot of hard trance and hard dance mixes of well known trance tracks. I hope you like this mix and yes the tunes may not be new but they are still good tune. Please leave comments either good or bad as i don't mind
1 Kimmy G Shazza Cant Deny2 Valex Fudgeeeeey3 Ian Fitzpatrick Walter Art of Control4 Gaz Gibson meets Jon Bw Crude5 Matt Pickup Mini Minx Strictly Taboo6 Claire Browne Slap Bang7 Valex Sweaty8 Pierce Rooney You Me Chillians Tune9 Claire Browne Phantasy Seduction10 Boca Bryne Thats A Rap11 Ben Stevens Tell Me Why12 Nogger & Ben Stevens Dead Or Alive13 Hilly Ready To Rock14 Dan Diamond Bring The Noise15 Hilly Old School motherfucker16 Ben Townsend & Noo Noo Till Death Us Do Party17 Gary Byrne Dyewitness18 Wizard Turn It Up19 Hilly Like This20 Micheal Smith Take Control21 Hilly Law Breaker