D-Funk – Europe 2016 Tour Mix

 

 

Back in 2016 D-Funk did a tour of Europe playing 8 shows in 5 different countries including Carl Cox Music is Revolution @ Space (Ibiza), Sideshow Kuts International Showcase @ ADE (Amsterdam), and his old hometown Bournemouth & also making his debut in both Paris & Glasgow.

For the tour D-Funk spent hours in the studio crafting up a lot of new tunes to play out on the tour. This mix reflects pretty much all the new material he was playing at the time.

Follow the Soundcloud Widget for your FREE download 😉

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

1. Toots & The Maytels – ‘Reggae Got Soul’ (Prince Ballard Edit // D-Funk Edit)
2. Hot 8 Brass Band – ‘Sexual Healing’ (J Felix Mix // Shaka Loves You Edit)
3. Nerdy Bastard – ‘Bad Mr Kitty’
4. Luniz – ‘Got 5 On It’ (Frankee More Mix // D-Funk Edit)
5. D-Funk – ‘Hold On (I’m Coming)’
6. D-Funk vs Jamie xx – ‘I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times)’ [Free Download]
7. D-Funk – ‘Super Clap Hands’
8. D-Funk – ‘Give Me Your Love Hut’
9. Kurtis Blow – ‘The Breaks’ (Copycat Edit)
10. D-Funk – ‘Get Up & Jam’ [Grits N Gravy]
11. D-Funk & Philly Blunt – ‘Bad Piano Habit’
12. Mike Millrain – Do You?
13. Deekline & Bad Zuke – Pull That Back
14. Beatslappaz – ‘Bottles’ (D-Funk Mix)[Free Download]
15. Plump DJs – ‘Loose Your Mind’
16. D-Funk vs Wookie – ‘Battled Woman’
17.Wax Wreckaz – ‘Bubble & Wine’ (Urban Knights Mix // D-Funk Edit)
18. Rogue Robots – ‘Off My Face In ’97’ (D-Funk Mix) [Upstart Music]
19. Leda Stray – ‘What It’s Like’
20. Natural Born Chillers – ‘Rock The Funky Beats’
21. D-Funk – ‘Rumors’

 

 

 

DJ Zach Moore – The Armory Podcast 162

 

 

The very experience and talented DJ Zach Moore is this weeks guest mixer for the Armory Podcast. Zach is also the creator and host for the San Franciscan Armory Podcast with some of the freshest DJ mixes gathered from every corner of the globe. Starting out with the Freestylers new track “Hypnotic EyezZach brings an hour of solid Bass, Beats and Breaks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flash Cats – Groovin Promo Mix 2017

 

 

Propaganda Music proudly present Flash Cats with a brand new promo mix for their album Groovin which is released today 28th of January through Beatport and Juno Download. All of the tunes in this mix are their own productions with a unique style and approach to the music of Breakbeat.

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

1. In Spirit
2. Forget Me Nots
3. I Cant Take The Power
4. Just Groovin
5. Loving You Like Crazy
6. Hack One
7. Noid
8. Tribute
9. A Moment In Time
10. Getting Out
11. Hypnosis
12. Reeling
13. Android
14. Dont Scandalize Mine
15. Last Rhythm

 

 

 

 

 

Freerange DJs – The Armory Podcast 161

 

 

Proudly hailing from a county that is so backward most people’s family trees look more like tumbleweeds. A thoroughbred trio of dedicated Cornish idiots have been quietly paving the musical way for their stalwart countryside kinsmen. Like the blind leading the blind, the Freerange Djs have embarked on a chaotic adventure that is slowly leading to what must be one of the music industries most unorganised rises to fame on record. That said, their unorthodox methods have picked them up some noteworthy accolades along the way including 2 Mixmag ‘Tune Of The Month’s, releases on prestigious labels such as Skint Records and 470 real Twitter followers.

The Freerange Djs have won lots of awards that are not really worth mentioning and narrowly missed out on some good ones too. With remix work for the mighty Stanton Warriors set for release imminently as well as a delightful summer festival season booked in including their favorites Glastonbury and Boomtown Fair, its looking like these modest idiots could be sailing the good ship Breakbeat at full speed towards some very prosperous rocks in the not too distant future……

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rennie Pilgrem – Triple j Mixup – 21.4.2007

 

Commonly known as “The Godfather of Breaks” Rennie Pilgrem’s contribution to the early Nuskool Breaks scene is outstanding and given this title is often considered responsible for the creation of the Nuskool Breaks genre. Before moving into breaks Rennie produced techno and acid house and was part of the influential rave group Rhythm Section along with Ellis Dee. Rennie is also the boss of Thursday Club Recordings aka TCR a label which he founded in 1993. TCR records was a major force in the Nuskool Breaks scene. Now concentrating more on his talented art skills Rennie has stepped back from the dance scene and continues to produce some great works of art.

This mix from 2007 on Australia’s Triple J Mixup was personally downloaded and edit by me.