Wookie's FACT Mix

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Post by deamonds » Mon Jul 27, 2009 2:07 pm

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Bopstar feat. Zara McFarlane - Desire
Atjazz feat. Ernesto - Put It On
Ezel feat. Carlos Mena - Secreto
Anthony Rother - Hot Chocolate In The Milky Way
Focus - Marvin Is One
Veblen - Travelin Man
Cesar Merveille - Crapette
Chris Carrier - Get Down
Charles Moui - Babylon
Hanna Hais - I Say Gole
Kid Majesty - Desfile de los Santos
Michel Cleis ft Toto Lacomposing - La Mezcla
Karizma - Neccessarry Maddness
Anton Lanski - Not Enough
Glenn Underground - Escuchame
LooweeR - Mi Rumbero
San Tomasso - Chasing Memories
Adam Cruz and Girardeau - Letitflow
Abicah Soul - Mating Call
Prompt - Evolve
Bryzey and Smitch - Angel Delight

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Post by groucho_marxx » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:14 pm

now THATS a mix!!!!

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Post by bandshell » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:55 pm

corr, big up deams.

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Post by felis » Mon Jul 27, 2009 8:28 pm

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Post by boomnoise » Mon Jul 27, 2009 8:56 pm

so is this stuff closer to the stuff that was getting played when the funky scene was starting to take off and before a lot of the uk producers got on it? i know there's a couple of uk producers there, but the T/L is largely US and European.

i mean, this is pure unadulterated house. not to say that more recent uk output isn't of course, but certainly its fusion with more recent styles of uk music is more manifest. where as this is, as i see it, more closely aligned to the house tradition.

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Post by groucho_marxx » Mon Jul 27, 2009 9:09 pm

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Post by djshandy » Mon Jul 27, 2009 10:09 pm

boomnoise wrote:so is this stuff closer to the stuff that was getting played when the funky scene was starting to take off and before a lot of the uk producers got on it? i know there's a couple of uk producers there, but the T/L is largely US and European.

i mean, this is pure unadulterated house. not to say that more recent uk output isn't of course, but certainly its fusion with more recent styles of uk music is more manifest. where as this is, as i see it, more closely aligned to the house tradition.
yeah spot on. wookie's always played deep, soulful house in his dj sets. even when he was putting together bangers like scrappy and storm, he was playing out with sets like this. it's not a bandwagon thing.

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Post by boomnoise » Mon Jul 27, 2009 10:21 pm

are there m(any) house djs who play across the board mixing deep with the more funky, the techier stuff and the new uk stuff. i'd be really interested in hearing some of that.

coz most mixes i've heard draw heavily on one style, possibly deep and techny but never a mash of everything - i enjoy those mixes of course but would really enjoy a set that covers a few more bases. that's what i'm trying to do with my practice hours sets at the moment. not easy though.

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Post by djshandy » Mon Jul 27, 2009 10:55 pm

boomnoise wrote:are there m(any) house djs who play across the board mixing deep with the more funky, the techier stuff and the new uk stuff. i'd be really interested in hearing some of that.

coz most mixes i've heard draw heavily on one style, possibly deep and techny but never a mash of everything - i enjoy those mixes of course but would really enjoy a set that covers a few more bases. that's what i'm trying to do with my practice hours sets at the moment. not easy though.
jeez, good question. perempay and geeneus spring to mind..

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Post by jah wobble » Tue Jul 28, 2009 12:59 am

boomnoise wrote:are there m(any) house djs who play across the board mixing deep with the more funky, the techier stuff and the new uk stuff. i'd be really interested in hearing some of that.

coz most mixes i've heard draw heavily on one style, possibly deep and techny but never a mash of everything - i enjoy those mixes of course but would really enjoy a set that covers a few more bases. that's what i'm trying to do with my practice hours sets at the moment. not easy though.
working on this myself. hours sat listening to tracks to find good transitions and whatnot seems pretty key to me.
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Post by chowmont » Tue Jul 28, 2009 2:22 am

def felling this :D

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Post by fork » Tue Jul 28, 2009 7:20 am

Sick mix :D

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Post by deamonds » Tue Jul 28, 2009 8:19 am

boomnoise wrote:are there m(any) house djs who play across the board mixing deep with the more funky, the techier stuff and the new uk stuff. i'd be really interested in hearing some of that.

coz most mixes i've heard draw heavily on one style, possibly deep and techny but never a mash of everything - i enjoy those mixes of course but would really enjoy a set that covers a few more bases. that's what i'm trying to do with my practice hours sets at the moment. not easy though.
look forward to hearing..

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Post by diss04 » Tue Jul 28, 2009 8:49 am

massive mix. will make my day at work more enjoyable.

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Post by dreamizm » Tue Jul 28, 2009 9:04 am

boomnoise wrote:are there m(any) house djs who play across the board mixing deep with the more funky, the techier stuff and the new uk stuff. i'd be really interested in hearing some of that.

coz most mixes i've heard draw heavily on one style, possibly deep and techny but never a mash of everything - i enjoy those mixes of course but would really enjoy a set that covers a few more bases. that's what i'm trying to do with my practice hours sets at the moment. not easy though.
Not really bro house music is so wiiiide-ranging and split in various niches and factions with their own legacy/path, its only funky/dubbage/uk house and thew 'new' people in those scenes w/o any baggage that has got people trying to join the dots...
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Post by hamual » Tue Jul 28, 2009 9:16 am

Cheers for this, I been playing a wookie tune in sets recently actually.....
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Post by boomnoise » Tue Jul 28, 2009 1:50 pm

dreamizm wrote:
boomnoise wrote:are there m(any) house djs who play across the board mixing deep with the more funky, the techier stuff and the new uk stuff. i'd be really interested in hearing some of that.

coz most mixes i've heard draw heavily on one style, possibly deep and techny but never a mash of everything - i enjoy those mixes of course but would really enjoy a set that covers a few more bases. that's what i'm trying to do with my practice hours sets at the moment. not easy though.
Not really bro house music is so wiiiide-ranging and split in various niches and factions with their own legacy/path, its only funky/dubbage/uk house and thew 'new' people in those scenes w/o any baggage that has got people trying to join the dots...

yeah i couldn't really think of anyone. my main problem is that when djs operate within such parameters i often get a little bored. this goes more for recorded mixes. totally different experience in the club.

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