New mixes for 2017

Three fresh DJ sets for 2017!

While away in Goa I’ve been keeping myself in the mix at every opportunity, and I’m happy to bring you the results from some of those sessions as a collection of new mixes.

First up is the “Bass & Breaks” mix, which is dedicated to the dark and spacious sounds currently dominating parts of the scene. Music from the likes of Stanton Warriors, Nixon, Guau and Plump DJs.

“Psy & Tech Breaks” focuses on the progressive and trippy realms of underground breaks. Inspired by my current stay in psytrance-capital Anjuna it has tracks from artists including Hedflux, Monk3ylogic, Bad Tango and Blazer.

The third mix, “Dub & Breaks”, carries itself along on huge dub-reggae basslines and oldskool funk breaks. Switching from heavyweight breaks to classic skanks and back again, you can expect to hear an hour of music from Dreadzone, Bob & Damian Marley, Dub Pistols, Jinx In Dub, King Yoof and more!

Damn Right vs Beat-Breaker – “Eternal Now”

Damn Right and Break-Breaker have released a track on Allowance Records‘ summer compilation “Smashing Drum & Bass Vol1”.
“Eternal Now” is a tearing 173bpm journey through phat bass with a distinctive vocal sample over quick, snappy beats, and is the first commercial release for the duo who have several more tracks in the pipeline.

Check out the track on the major download sites through the links below:

Juno Download
Track It Down

*available to buy as part of the compilation only, not as an individual track.

Phat Friday Megamix vol.3

Damn Right, a9ent0ran9e & Will MD present the third installment of the Phat Friday Mega Mix. Inspired by our weekly ‘Thank Phat It’s Friday‘ show on NSB Radio, this mix is a collection of our favourite breakbeat tunes from the last couple of years to celebrate the broadcast of our 300th show.

Listen to the full, hour long mix HERE
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01. Bang Your Fist – Ghettface
02. The Sounds (Blapps Posse Remix) – Freestylers
03. Muscle Head – Nixon
04. Happy Days – Pirate Jams
05. Reload (Damn Right’s Reload) – Deekline, Ed Solo & Million Dan
06. Ghost (Colombo Remix) – Geon
07. Betrayal – Guau
08. Venusia (Lee Coombs & Kostas G Remix) – Electric Soulside
09. One (Breaks) – Beta
10. Tension – Pyramid, Colombo
11. Party At My Place (Beatsmack Remix) – Destroyers, BBK, Josh Chambers
12. War (Teddy Killerz Remix) – Far Too Loud, Astronaut
13. Doomsday Whores – Chevy One
14. Grey Tape – Peo De Pitte
15. Alignment – Hedflux, Bad Tango
16. Gotta Have More Cowbell – NAPT
17. Energy Surge – Matskie
18. Far Away (Freefall Collective Remix) – DJ Killer
19. Mind Control / Phenomenon One – Wizard
20. Phantasm – Drumsound & Bassline Smith

Green Screen DJ Mix

Technology is finally making childhood dreams achievable without even needing to leave the house. I woke up one morning and decided to build a green screen set in our living room. I hired a camera and filmed myself djing in front of it. A few days tinkering later I had my very own cheesy CG music video. Just like the ones I used to see on Saturday morning TV in the early 90’s. 🙂

Mixing some of my favourite bass-heavy breakbeat, the video features music from Zed’s Dead, Drumattic Twins, North Base, Bassbin Twins, Twins Break, Ribs & IG88, Freefall Collective and Wizard. There’s a few loops and scratches thrown in for good measure too.

Space Acid Blues

The first video in a series entitled ’64 Bars’. (Fairly easy to see the theme I’m going for here). I challenged myself to complete this song and video in the six evenings I had free over a two week period.

A fairly straight up breakbeat sound with squelchy filtered arps and classic vocal samples dotted amongst spacey fx.

Video made in 3DS Max and After Effects. Audio in Ableton Live.

Control Circus – Shenanigans

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of our favourite time-travelling gallifreyan, Doctor Who, a9entoran9e and myself have given away one of the musical noodlings to have come out of our collaborative Control Circus project.

Featuring the voices of the eleventh Doctor and his companions Amy and Rory, this is a grimey, synth laden, skippy breaks number and can be downloaded free from our Thank Phat blog. While you’re there, why not help yourself to some of our weekly podcasts? They’re free too.