What better time than right after Ultra in Miami for me to knock the dust off my equipment and put together a new set? To date, everything I have uploaded has been dated (all mix sets from back when I used to consider myself a DJ above all else). As proud as I am with some of those older sets, I needed to bring something fresh to the table for once...if only to prove to myself that I can still throw a set together worth listening to!
This set is recorded under the name Patrick Edwards (I tossed out the name Dee Jay Flux a couple years back, and have been using the Patrick Edwards moniker for original productions and remixes for a few years now...only fitting that I adopt it as my DJ name now as well).
I'm old school through and through, and a breakbeat fan first and foremost, and you'll see hints of both in this set. That said, it's a 2 hour set of pure progressive trance, house, breaks, and everything in between.
Consider this my re-introduction into the world of making mixes...jump on board and take a trip through what I feel are some of the best tracks and remixes this new generation has to offer!
Please feel free to leave any and all comments below (even the negative are constructive...so don't be scared to hurt my feelings...this crusty old-school party kid has thick skin and a great ear for constructive criticism;)
It's still October 2006 and we carry on with Episode 5 - to begin with one of my alltime fav's "Freefall" by Pitch Black the Doof Remix. That level is kept over the full set, consistently stuff i just call beautiful music, no more no less. As banger to the end comes a slightly reworked version of "Razzia" by DJ-Pow Low and he delivers...
Here we go with Episode 4 (October 2006), once again containing some progressive niceties. Absolute highlight : "Reign" by Unkle, the impelling Way Out West Remix ! By the way - hang on tough, for the "outro" !
Also Episode 3 of September 2006 is following the principles of the early Trance Wars Mixes - starting out with a slow track, picking up speed over the middle, gettin' to one or two peaks and finally running out to cool off ! Includes the rare "Death by Chocolate Version" of Shilo's "I Really Want You" and a special mixed didgerredoo intro for Ticon's "Ass-Tronaut" ! Don't play it to quiet !
The second strike took place in August 2006 - technically not as sophisticated as the later episodes, but a quite considerable trackchoice, running off with "Imagination" by Dreamcatcher in an unreleased 12" mesh-up version. Enjoy !