For the last mix of this roller coaster ride of a year I’ve put together a very special selection of beats from all the worlds of Drum and Bass – strictly vinyl. The mix starts out slow and minimal with tunes from Dillinja, Fracture & Neptune and FD. After this intro the mix gradually builds up in momentum and complexity with the likes of Need for Mirrors, Foreign Concept, and LSB. Thanks for listening!
Intelligent Drum and Bass producer and long time friend of Temporal Fusion B:Fuse from Munich, Germany has recently released a deep house EP called “Walking in the Sound” available now on Contenance Recs. This exclusive promo mix has a funky house meets old school 90’s atmospheric jungle sound. Max and relax to this 1 hour lighter-side fare featuring tracks from his EP and other artists on the Contenance label.
Mix master Jaheire is a Reggae selector in Ireland. Over the years he’s build a collection of dub, dub step, DnB, and jungle remixes that come along with them. In this mix he kicks off with some newer rubadub roots & dancehall, in a dubwise d&b style, rolling on to some older reggae tunes, re-worked in to a junglist fashion, he can never keep a mix one genre so it ends with some steppas & reggae riddims to keep things changing. Check his website jaheire.com for info on tours and more mixes and beats.
Prepare yourselves for this episode, this time around we have some of the finest deep Drum and Bass from my favorite deejay in the DC area, DJ Seven. His many years of experience are on full display in this fluid arrangement of some seriously mental tunes. This set ebbs and flows into many beautiful spaces and touches many emotions. You can catch his other mixes from his Soundcloud page.
This latest mixtape entitled “Excuse Me While I Kiss the Sky” from producer Consomateur (France) is a super laid back, tripped out selection- his “headphone highlights”. It contains some of his favorite beats of 2013 (feat. Nosaj Thing, Evol Intent, Daedelus, Gas Lamp Killer) as well as the usual oldies and some of his own productions mixed in. Sit back, relax and enjoy this eclectic selection of bass heavy beats, glitchy snares and acoustic vibes.
For this episode we follow up with another red hot mix from Lille, France. In this live recording of Steeve Neotron at the Waz Factory we get a flawless mix of dubstep beats splattered with jungle/drum and bass style kick-snare-hat riffs, pulsating techno stabs and new-school grimey synths. Neotron’s roots in reggae and hip-hop come out clear in this bass filled set and well represent the vibe of the Lillois dubstep heads. You can check out more of his music on Aloutte Street.