Incl: Jeff Mills, Abstract Division, Analog Trip, Ben Gibson, Black Smith Craft, Inner City, Go Hiyama, Johannes Volk, George Apergis, Kenny Larkin, Len Faki, M Gun, Kealan, Blawan, Counterpart, Nina Anderson, Pär Grindvik, Random Noise Generation, Surgeon, Sonic Infusion... ... and many more.
Incl: Planetary Assault Systems, Cloude Young, Steve Poindexter, Mood Il Swing, Mike Maze, Terrence Dixon, Marcel Fengler, Ascion, Mike Grant, Phase, Truncate, Terence Fixmer, Population One and many more...
This is a good long 2 hour mix full of some of my favourite tracks at the moment. The styles are mixed and varied, with some UK Bass/House tracks, some dirty Detroit flavours, some great Berlin Acid House and minimal. There is also some pumping and jacking house grooves and techno. All around the block and then some. Hope you enjoy.
A 40 min, 152BPM Ghetto Tech mix. Can you handle it? I doubt it. Mixed with some of my own remixes, Electro, Miami Bass, Drum & Bass, Baltimore Club, Hard House, Ghetto House, Juke, Hip-Hop, R&B and more. Mixed on 4 dec's in real time. Ton's of layered tracks and samples. It's brutally fast. See if you can keep up suckas... Shout out's to DJ Assault, DJ Godfather, DJ DIsco D (R.I.P.) & DJ Funk. Thank's for letting me borrow your genre for a mix.
From Dj and producer thegroovejunkie Ric H, comes a funky disco house track that will keep the floor movin. Being released on Detroit's own Detox Recording, Got To Have You Baby will be available on Beatport and all fine retailers around the world. Soulful and funky, a definite crowd favorite for all dance floors. Want more info on The Groove Junkies, visit www.thegroovejunkie.com.
Made about 10 years ago for a good friend who moved back to Berlin, starting off very chilled with housey stuff, it warms up into some detroit techno & finishing off with some dirty elektro. I can't remember who all the tracks are from but there's definitely some Move D, Paul Brtschitsch, Steve o'sullivan, Maurizio, Chicks on speed & Peaches on here.
45 Mins of relentless, @ 135 BPM, mixed on 4 decs, of Miami Bass, Electro and Old School, all mashed up. Brand new records, classic records and samples. Uploaded at 320kbps.Best played loud, with lots of bottom end. This is a BASS mix after all. All hail the 808!
THE JOURNEY is the second installment of THE PYROCLASTIC FLOW TRILOGY which is a 4 and a half hour mix divided into 3 parts. The trilogy was made in one session at a private party of ravers in the mid 90s. There were no rehersals,all the mixes are completely off the cuff and most of the records played were picked by the party goers who were exploring the record box and handing Dj Jazz(O.T.T.) whatever record they wanted to hear. The party was taped and years later 3 of the tapes have been found and brought together again to be converted to mp3. This trilogy is now being shared to show that all styles of electronic music can be blended together with the crowd hearing what they want to hear. It seems that there is a certain amount of snobbery among DJs who insist on only playing one style to please themselves. Electronic dance music has been broken into far too many groups,it seems that a new name is being given to a slightly different genre every few months. It used to be simply called either house,techno,jungle or garage but nowadays the list is endless. The trilogy shows that an atmosphere can be created by mixing all genres without the snobbery of not playing a record because its not the style you want to play,which is ridiculous as the main point of a DJ is to please the crowd not just themselves. That's my rant over. Tune in and enjoy the jazzy mixture of sounds,this is your Order To Trance.Peace.