My sixth edition of dark and minimal dubstep. It's been a while since the last, yet Perverse, Youngsta and J:Kenzo are still the influences of these mixes, so check out their RinseFM, RoodFM and other radio shows/mixes for a taste of what's fresh in this genre.
A second dose of dark and minimal dubstep. Beginning with a bunch of new tracks acquired in just the last week, this mix provides a fresh update to the original. And I throw in the classic Charles Manson track from AMIT to end it.
DJ'ing at Sonar and XS in Baltimore was where I first made a name for myself, And this mix is what Mix 7 (my missing demo) sounded most like; Jazzy, Jackin', Hip-House, and it even contains a few tracks from that same mix. So here is my best interpretation of the demo mix that got me into the club scene a while back.
I've never really been a huge fan of peak hour or the new electro sound that has gained popularity through pop remixes recently, but tracks like that can sure bring a lot of energy into a club. This mix contains just that, with my usual hip-hop influenced remixes.
Ever since I bought turntables, I always felt the desire to play more than 1 genre, and intelligent drum and bass was what I first went with after loading up on tribal house, as I had always been a big fan of LTJ Bukem's Progression Sessions. This mix digs deep into Bukem's Good Looking Records catalog, going for some tracks on his label that you hopefully have not heard before.
Hearing Mark Farina's mixes are what first inspired me to start playing funky, jazzy house, but I've always been a big fan of his Mushroom Jazz series also, and this mix sounds like Mushroom Jazz and some Wu-Tang beats in a 69. This mix was the first time I've ever spun downtempo or recorded anything under 120 BPM.
The first records I ever bought were tribal house. Artists like Danny Tenaglia, Peace Division and Steve Lawler. This mix sums up why I started DJing with this genre, and is what my mixes would've sounded like early on.