Archive for November, 2011
For this month’s show I decided to take on the mighty Finger Lickin’ Records and do a but if a mash up of their tracks old and new! Some were specially requested – others my own choice
On the guest mix have my French friend Benjamin Vial, who brings us an excellent tech-funk mix that will make you want to get down!
Feedback appreciated xoxo
1. Plump DJs – Electric Disco
2. Brothers Bud – Remedy
3. Drumattic Twins – Drumattical
4. Brothers Bud VS THC – Feel Like Dancin’ (Madox’s Space Disco Mix)
5. Drumattic Twins – Feelin’ Kinda Strange (Bass Kleph and Nick Thayer Remix)
6. Lee Coombs – Dubhead
7. Drumttic Twins – Heartbreaker
8. Plump DJS – System Addict (Mr No Hands Exo-Funk Rerub)
9. Plump DJS – System Addict
10. 2 Inda Bush – In Effect
11. Plump Djs – Disco Unusual
12. Soul Of Man – Dirty Waltzer
13. Plump DJs – Weighed Down
14. Freestylers – Push Up (Plump DJs Remix)
15. Drumattic Twins – Drum Thunder
16. Plump DJs – Soul Vibrates
17. Drumattic Twins – Crazy Love_(Jem Stones Love At The Disco remix)
18. Stereo 8 – Can’t Stop
19. Plump Djs – Torque Of The Devil
Here’s the show tracklist…
* Michigan And Smiley – Nice Up The Dance (Studio One)
* Grandmaster Flash & Melle Mel – White Lines (Don’t Do It) (Sugar Hill)
* Young MC – Know How (Delicious Vinyl)
* Roots Manuva – Witness (One Hope) (Big Dada)
* Public Enemy – Rebel Without A Pause (Def Jam)
Will.d & a9ent0ran9e presenting TPIF #113
Be sure to tune in & check out the madness that is Thank Phat Its Friday.
First off, big thanks to everyone that tuned in live, but for those who missed it here’s the full track list and download Been super busy with school lately, so not had time to upload as much as I would like to. This week’s show features a bit of Jungle, then rolls into Nu Skool and Electro party breaks with a dash of Tearout – ENJOY!!
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The State of Breaks is back with another great week for breaks and bass! This was my first time broadcasting live video from Stickam during the show and hopefully it went well (I may switch to Ustream for future broadcasts). Starting out with the funk and ending with dub-filled bass, the live mix features tracks from Stickybuds, Example, Pecoe, Basement Freaks, 4Kuba, Myagi and The Chaotic Good!
Stickybuds – Been Real
QDUP FOUNDATION – Renegade’s Revenge
BOBBY C SOUND TV – ROCKIT TO ME
CMC & Silenta – Ghettoway
DJ Axe – New Generation
Tal M. Klein – Crawling up the Spout (Jayl Funk´s Downbeat Remix)
James Brown – It’s A New Day (Slynk Remix)
The Cars – Good Times Roll (Pecoe Remix)
Michael Jackson vs Ini Kamoze – Don’t Stop The Hotstepper (Jimi Needles Party Smashup)
INXS – I Need You Tonight (Basement Freaks Edit)
Basement Freaks – Ya Need A Funky Band (BadboE Remix)
Suspect – All Right Now
Pecoe – Dirty Red
Kool Hertz – Renegade Of Funk
DJ Agent 86 – So Hot – 2011 Mix
Umbo & Bad Monkeys- Come Together (Philly Blunt Instrumental remix)
Talking Heads-Once in a lifetime (Viro & Rob Analyze Remix)
Noize Generation – Ghetto Rave (Audionite Mix) (DJ Icey ReRub)
Example – The Way You Kiss Me (Nimbus Rub)
Marzetti – Killem Again (Sync Fyller Remix)
Puppy Giant – Super Funk (The Digit Remix)
4Kuba – Just Good Mood (Kombainer Remix)
Elite Force – We Are Distrikt (Elite Force’s Exclusive Beatport Mix)
The Crystal Method – Keep Hope Alive (Myagi Big Beat Demolished Remix)
The Chaotic Good ft. The Manor – WYLA
I’m very pleased to make available the most recent archive of The M Shift, for all of you.
This turned out to be a particularly enjoyable archive for myself. It’s absolutely no secret that I’ve been heavily into drum ‘n’ bass in recent times, and this archive absolutely delivered the goods! (In my humble opinion.)
We welcomed back my SPOiLT partner in crime, Andy Wright, who whipped up a deliciously deep drum ‘n’ bass mix. I followed it up with a slightly harder bassline-driven effort, but whatever the case, it’s a cracking listen that hasn’t left my iPhone playlist since the show aired on Sunday!
If you like your drum ‘n’ bass – or even if you’re not a real enthusiast, and just fancy something different, you probably need this in your life.
Hubie Sounds is back on the interweb airwaves this Tuesday night. This time around Hubie will be presenting two solid hours of bass-heavy classics old and new – if it’s got a big bassline in it, Hubie will spin it! So expect to hear booty-bouncing classics from all sorts of genres:- dub, hip hop, breaks, house, jungle, tv theme tunes, the list goes on!
The Hubie Sounds Bass Music Special – Tuesday 22nd November @ 9pm UK time – live and direct on NSB Radio!
Don’t forget to come and say hello in the Chatroom!
This week I have a very special guest mix from Colombo showcasing his new album – Antiques Of the Future – coming out on the 9th of November on iBreaks. The man took some time out to answer some questions you wanted answered about his production background, his influences and what happened with BSD….
What is is his background in music and how does he seem to know the formula for making such dancefloor friendly music.
I´ve been writing music since 12 years ago, which has given me my current experience and background. Regarding the formula is quite easy, i just write the music i would like to hear as a party head
The album is really diverse in it’s vibes – when you sit down to write a tune, do you know what it’ll sound like at the end, or do you just go with whatever comes out at the time?
I normally have recurrent inspirational moments. Either if I’m watching TV, having a beer with my mates, or in pretty much any random moment I can get an idea which I normally develop in my mind, imagining a beginning, middle and end of the track, then I try to apply this idea in my studio as soon as i can jump in there, so yeah I guess you can say most of the times I know what I want of every track before I start writing it.
You are incredibly prolific – what is your secret?
I’m not entirely sure why this is. I think it could be related to how much love I have for music, and how fast my ideas flow. If you like doing something a LOT, you can get very effective in how you utilize every minute in your studio. I manage to get things done pretty quickly, hence why I can come up with loads of material in a not very long time.
Now the album is done – what’s next for you?
I guess I’ll just become a pensioner… (jokes). You’ll be able to hear much more material from Colombo very soon.