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by joseph.mcgovern.2009 Monday, February 27, 2017

Selection of DJ Mixes - Electronic/Dancehall/Jungle

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by joseph.mcgovern.2009 27th February 2017

Hi there. Here's a mixed collection of some of my favourite cuts from the last few years. Tracks from Luke Vibert - both as himself and Spac Hand Luke, Aphex Twin - one of my favourite tunes from Syro. A few strong tracks from Mr.Mitch - one of which is my favourite track from the 20 years of Planet Mu Compilation. Two excellent remixes of Flying Lotus tracks by Nosaj Thing and Exile. Some Hip-Hop from Hodgy Beats' Untitled EP 2. Some west coast funk from Hyperdub's 2000F & J Kamata: You Don't Know What Love Is - love this one. There's even a bit of James Blake for the whiney posse. All woven together with some quality Dubstep/Bass/House/Electro/Techno whatever you want to call it in the great company of Burial, Toasty, Mount Kimbie, Lone, Girl Unit, SP:MC, Untold, Sepalcure, Caspa & Rusko and Ramadanman.


1 Hanian Island by Fatima Al Qadiri
2 Camel (Nosaj Thing Remix) by Flying Lotus
3 Infinitum (Exile Remix) by Flying Lotus
4 Love Heads by Lone
5 I Can Phil It by Luke Vibert
6 Produk 29 by Aphex Twin
7 Maybes by Mount Kimbie
8 Street Halo by Burial
9 Japan (Mr.Mitch Peace Dubs Edit) by Plastician
10 Don't Leave by Mr.Mitch
11 Psycho by Spac Hand Luke
12 Gary Grew Some Garage by Chevron
13 Don't Change For Me by Ramadanman
14 You Don't Know What Love Is by 2000F & J Kamata
15 Love Pressure by Sepalcure
16 CMYK by James Blake
17 Wut by Girl Unit
18 SALE by Hodgy Beats
19 I Can't Stop this Feeling by Untold
20 Rock Bottom by Caspa & Rusko
21 Launch Code by SP:MC
22 The Knowledge by Toasty
23 Play by Spac Hand Luke
24 Phantom Prophet by Mr.Mitch

by joseph.mcgovern.2009 27th February 2017

Next up is one I put together last summer and is a collection of some of my favourite classic Dancehall tracks inspired by the arrival of Senor Sol's annual sprongtime appearance and also by a book I had been reading called 'A Brief History of Seven Killings', by Marlon James which is set in Jamaica. Throughout the book there a countless references to classic dancehall tracks. It's a good book and well worth checking out. Music featured here from the likes of Eek A Mouse, Knowledge, Tristan Palma, Horace Andy, Brigadier Jerry, Major Lazer, Morgan Heritage, Buju Banton, Toots & The Maytals, Ini Kamoze, Damien Marley, Black Seeds, Zap Pow, Mad Cobra, Shabba Ranks, Lady Saw, Cutty Ranks, Top Cat, Nostalgia 77, Supercat, L Double, Moresounds, Danny Scrilla, Johnny Osbourne, Anthony Red Rose, DJ Madd, The Dream Team, Tiger Ranks, DJ Vadim.......


1 Tell Them by Eek a Mouse

2 What's Yours by Knowledge

3 Dance to the Music by Johnny Clarke

4 Entertainment by Triston Palma

5 Cuss Cuss(Rob Smith Remix RSD) by Horace Andy

6 Last War by Beres Hammond & Zap Pow

7 Fred Locks a Dreadlocks by Brigadier Jerry

8 World a Music by Ini Kamoze

9 Guns in the Ghetto by Morgan Heritage & Bounty Killer

10 The Answer by Black Seeds

11 Can't Stop Now by Major Lazer

12 54-46 That's My Number by Buju Banton & Toots Hibbert

13 54-46 That's My Number by Toots & The Maytals

14 Under Mi Fat Ting by Anthony Red Rose

15 Cannabis by Moresounds

16 Super C by Super C

17 After Dark by DJ Madd

18 Buddy Bye by Johnny Osbourne

19 Jamrock by Damien Marley

20 Dancing Feet (Homesick Edit) by Bob Marley

21 Lionheart (Mark Cloud Edit) by Bert & Dillinjah

22 Shotta Talk (Danny Scrilla Edit) by Mad Cobra

23 Jamrock (Theory Remix) by Damien Marley

24 Stamina by The Dream Team

25 What a Party by Moresounds

26 Get Up, Stand Up and Rock by Shabba Ranks

27 Nah Mix Nah Mingle by Lady Saw

28 Seven Nation Army by Nostalgia 77

29 Fear Feats by DJ Vadim

30 Party Wit Me by Tiger Ranks

31 Dolly My Baby (Bad Boy Remix) by SuperCat ft Mary J. Blige

32 Retreat by Cutty Ranks

33 Retreat by L Double

34 Ruffest Gun Ark(DJ Rap Remix) by Top Cat


by joseph.mcgovern.2009 27th February 2017

Finally, here is a mix I compiled for a Subtle Audio Mix Competition to try and win some of their excellent music. An all Subtle Audio mix was something I had planned on doing anyway. The stars collided. I've been into Jungle/Drum & Bass since 1994 and remember sitting down the back of class listening to tapes I recorded off pirate radio stations of this strange music that I thought was from space or something. Really hadn't a clue about it all I knew was that I loved it, and still do. The music has changed a lot over the years but the energy remains the same. Subtle Audio - an Irish Record label which releases mostly Jungle/Drum & Bass, has really nailed the balance between making energetic music which is dare I say intelligent without forgetting the funk, spacefunk to be more precise. They are up there and at this stage have gone beyond other favourite labels Metalheadz, Reinforced, Dread, Prototype et al.. For the feet and the head. Just great music.

Unfortunately I didn't win the competition but as a runner-up they are hosting the mix on their site here:

Check out the other winners and the label by following the link above. I have it on my mixcloud on he link below.


1 Let Yourself Be Unknown (Alt Mix) by Nic TVG

2 The Phantoms by Equinox

3 Bouncing Octagonal Fragments by Sileni

4 Theme From Harajuku Station by Naibu

5 Random Intro by Sileni

6 Professional Daydreamer by NCQL

7 Skyscraper Dreams by FanuSamurai

8 Lost Pride by Alpha Omega Vs Nubian Minds

9 Burning Sun by Polska

10 Everything I left Behind by Impact

11 Into the Deep End by Parallel

12 Nightscape by Naibu

13 Things Go Brown by Macc & dgoHn

14 4L + N by Macc

15 Pressing Buttons by Sileni

16 The Framed Dreams of Loci by NCQL

17 Messier 51 (Equinox Remix) by Macc & Duffah

18 Chords of Sorrow by Nebula

19 Questions VIP by Breakage

20 Breath of Eve by NCQL


by solands23 9th March 2017

I'm fond of listening to new music.  A type of music that makes me shook all the stress on the dance floor. Making me more alive and productive the next day and work on my " rating" project deadlines.

by solands23 9th March 2017

I'm fond of listening to new music.  Music that makes me shake all the stress on the dance floor. It's a connection between my soul and my well being.  Making me more alive and productive the next day and work on my "Essaytigers reviews" project deadlines.


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