Had so much fun with the first freeform mix i uploaded, i decided to mix and upload volume 2! This a little bit darker....hope you enjoy and please leave some feedback. All tracks featured can be downloaded for free from here...http://www.electronicaexposed.com/catalogue/electrode/elode001.html
19 Hardcore tracks smashed into 1 hour of 185bpm mayhem Feat. My own powerstomp track I made with Joey Riot (see my tracks in profile for preview) This mix is more oomph than happy, a full hour of power! Full tracklisting available ... HERE
On this episode i'll show you a new tiesto track and some new hardstyle songs and hradocre tune of the week is an old one from Kutski :D guest mix is a legend for uk happy hardcore with Hixxy! and the final is a good friend of mine made for my festival next wekk :) so next week ima try to get the recording from it and upload it :D ENJOY! ~DJ Defqon
Sticking with the 'Dont Judge a mix by the 1st track' approach, this mix takes a temporary break from the beakbeat sounds and sticks more with the kicks, starting off dark and subtle with some absolute freeform gems, moving into the vocal sounds of UK Hardcore and in reflection of the great weather lately, increasing the fun and happy sounds from hereonAs always, love to hear your thoughts :)Andy
My set from friday night,live on danceradiouk...Hardcore all the way,loved this set..I play live here every friday night 11pm thru to the early hours,so if you ever wanna tune into me get yourselfs over to the site www.danceradiouk.com I do apologise for the adverts and hour into the mix,but its the sites policy to pay for the site,only about 2 and half minutes long
This week we open with the long trip that is 'Tantra', an extended mix of tribal mystic eastern trance techno bizness off the Sabres Of Paradise imprint, and follow that with a tune off Laurent Garnier's first release - and a fine bit of house it is too. Part 2 of the show opens with a little hip hop megamix made by Doug Lazy in the mid-80s using reel to reel tape to make much of the edits. Clever, and a good precursor to the kind of energy he brought to his later hip house efforts. And that follows with hybrid electro-house tunes by the likes of The Beat Club and The Force. Final act sees a bit of techno and acid house, and the very entertaining porn skit (Lawanda Page/Leroy & Skillet from "Back Door Daddy") that forms the root of Kenny Dope's 'Big Bottom Lawanda'... Funny as... And the show finishes with Epitome Of Hype, early UK Hardcore of the highest order.