After ruling the golden age of Brighton's, now long-faded, club scene Russell Dust has used his skills, ear for a good tune and devastating performance technique to narrow down what makes a DJ great. Things like having super-looking hair, clean socks and the ability to whip up a tasty breakfast, from scratch, in under ten minutes.
Skills like these have since fallen by the wayside for many of his peers, but there isn't a day that goes by without him wistfully reflecting on the good times he had and the hours he lost in those sweaty, smelly venues, where the people danced and his spirit soared. Like a bird... Probably a pigeon or something. Do they soar? OK, how about something majestic. A kestrel. Yes, indeed. His spirit soared like a kestrel. Just like the records he plays. It was all very wonderful.
That said. Here's some mixes. Most of them are Booty/Nu-Skool Breaks. Pretty un-trendy now. But let's be honest for a second. Some of that contemporary minimal stuff is properly boring isn't it? Nightclubs used to be full of jumping grinning lunatics, not posey twats showing off their presumed wealth. Ring a bell when someone buys champagne if you really want to, but we'll be somewhere else, having a real party.
Anyway... Spiel over... LIKE the mixes if you do. Shame on you if you don't.
I use 2 mix Miami Booty Shake music back n the day thats y I mix the stuff I do. Breaks has always had that Miami south Fla. sound 2 it but I think ur right cause it is sum booty/breaks tracks out there & every time I find em I drop em n a mix...