Adam Freeland – LIVE @ Roxy Prague – 22.10.2004

 

 

Considered one of the pioneers of the Nu Skool Breaks sound and an innovative person in trying out new sounds Adam Freeland had many a hit back in the day. Heading the very start of the breaks scene back in the late 1990’s and playing the very most underground acts of that time Adam promoted the very early breaks music through DJing and the Breakbeat Show at Kiss FM as well as starting his own record label Marine Parade records. Never one to shy away from making white label bootleg records back then he went under various aliases, but you could always tell it was him from his particular style of music production.

This mix was recorded live back in 2004 at Roxy, Prague and contains basically all of his greatest hits, enjoy this 2hr 30min set.

Thanks to Antis for the MP3.

For more information about Adam Freeland: www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Freeland

 

 

 

 

 

Adam Freeland – Kiss 100FM Breakbeat Show 1999

 

 

Considered one of the pioneers of the Nu Skool Breaks sound and an innovative person in trying out new sounds Adam Freeland was pretty much there at the beginning of the Nu Skool Breaks genre. This mix from 1999 was a kick start of the scene as we know it today for Breaks. Adam had a regular slot on UK’s KISS FM with his ground breaking breakbeat show mixing (all in vinyl) a collection of artists that paved the way for a very loved genre at that time.

For more information about Adam Freeland: www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Freeland

 

 

 

 

 

Adam Freeland – Triple J Mixup – 26.1.2004

 

 

Considered one of the pioneers of the Nu Skool Breaks sound and an innovative person in trying out new sounds Adam Freeland had many a hit back in the day specially with on his own label Marine Parade with which he promoted other top Breaks acts in the early 2000’s. This mix was recorded for Australia’s Triple J Radio back in 2004.

For more information about Adam Freeland: www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Freeland

 

 

 

 

Adam Freeland – KISS FM Breakbeat Show – 8.4.2000

 

 

Considered one of the pioneers of the Nu Skool Breaks sound and an innovative person in trying out new sounds Adam Freeland was pretty much there at the beginning of the Nu Skool Breaks genre. This mix from 2000 was a kick start of the scene as we know it today for Breaks. Adam had a regular slot on UK’s KISS FM with his ground breaking breakbeat show mixing (all in vinyl) a collection of artists that paved the way for a very loved genre at that time.

For more information about Adam Freeland: www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Freeland

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

00:00 –
06:37 –
07:42 – Pressure Drop – Warrior Sound (Adam Freeland Remix)
09:20 – Circulation – Turquoise (BLIM’s Relentless Bass Mix)
16:09 – MJ Cole Feat. Nova Caspar & Jay Dee – Sincere (Jazznova Sincerely Yours Remix)
23:30 – The Freakazoids – Freak & Hustle (Lee Coombs Remix)
28:48 –
33:55 – Bassbin Twins – Dublites
38:45 – ?????? – Keep On
43:58 – Peace Orchestra – Shining (Truby Trio Treatment)
49:40 – Scratch-D Vs. H-Bomb – The Red Pill
55:16 –

*Commercial Break*

1:01:19 – Kenobi – ???? (Evil Nine Remix)
1:06:44 – Bushwacka! – Monster
1:12:58 – BLIM – Metronydazol
1:18:45 – Spike – Toxic Culture
1:24:45 – Monolake – Static

**Glitch @ 1:25:34**

1:25:35 – DJ Technique – My Definition (Lee Coombs Acid House Electro Remix)
1:25:57 –

**Glitch @ 1:29:59**

1:30:00 – Monolake – Static
1:33:06 – Decal – Aquatech
1:36:51 – Autonomy – Promoseus

**Glitch @ 1:40:55 – Repeats back to:

1:40:56 – Monolake – Static
1:43:00 – Decal – Player
1:47:13 – Autonomy – Promoseus
1:52:01 –

 

 

Adam Freeland – LIVE @ Glastonbury – 27.6.2004

 

 

The Glastonbury Festival is a five-day festival of contemporary performing arts that takes place near Pilton, Somerset, UK. In addition to contemporary music, the festival hosts dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret, and many other arts. Leading pop and rock artists have headlined, alongside thousands of others appearing on smaller stages and performance areas.

This mix was part of Annie Nightingale’s Glastonbury Breakbeat Special back in June 2006.

For more information about the Glastonbury Festival : www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glastonbury_Festival

 

 

 

 

 

Various Artists – LIVE @ Glastonbury Festival – 24.6.2005

 

 

The Glastonbury Festival is a five-day festival of contemporary performing arts that takes place near Pilton, Somerset, UK. In addition to contemporary music, the festival hosts dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret, and other arts. Leading pop and rock artists have headlined, alongside thousands of others appearing on smaller stages and performance areas.

These DJ mixes from JDS, Soul of Man, Aquasky & Adam Freeland were part of Annie Nightingale’s Glastonbury Festival Breakbeat special back in June 2005.

For more information about the Glastonbury Festival : www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glastonbury_Festival

 

 

 

Tracklist

Diverted – Tholid (Vlad Remix) (TCR)
Paradox 3000 – Party A (Funk Funk)
JDS – Dirty Funk (TCR)
Headcharge – Girls In Da Club (paradox 3000 Mix) (Funk Funk)
JDS – Blackout (TCR)
JDS – Jump Around (TCR)

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

The Orb – Little Fluffy Clouds
Drummatic Twins – Feelin Kinda Strange (Nick Thayer Remix) (Finger Lickin’)
PMT – Gyromancer (Stanton Warrior Remix)
Tom Reed Vs Wakeman – Ocan Baksoska (friendly Remix) (White)
Rouge Element – Just back out (Funktional Breaks)
Soul Of Man – Foxy Moron (Finger Lickin’)

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

Radiohead – Everything Bootleg (White)
Aquasky & Meat Katie – Overneath (Passenger)
Mylo – Drop The Pressure (Aquasky Remix)
Aquasky & Long Range (Aka Phil Orbital & Nick Smith) – Crosswire (Passenger)
Aquasky – Boom (777)
Aquasky & Elhornet – Girls & Boys (Passenger)

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

Cat Power – Come Together (Adam Freeland Mix) (Marine Parade)
Unknown – Unknown (White)
The Doors – Hello I Love You (Freeland Remix) (Marine Parade)
Daft Punk – Robot Rock (Adam Freeland Mix)
Locodice – Cellar Door (420)
The Rapture – House Of the Jealous Lovers (Adam Freeland Mix) (Mercury)
Adam Freeland – Morning Sun (Marine Parade)