Monday, 7 December 2009

[Tune] Flore - Feel Me (Flore remix) + promo mix

With her new Feel Me track out soon on Botchit & Scarper, and a new album following soon after that, the breaks bombshell that is Flore has sent over not only an exclusive remix of her latest tune;

Flore - Feel Me (Flore remix)

But also a brand spanking new promo mix to get your ears round;


1.Tambour Battant – Atomik Circus (Maelstrom rmx) – Expressillon
2.Flore – Feel me (Peo de Pitte rmx) – Botchit – OUT NOW!!
3.Flore – The Test (Son of Kick rmx) – download
4.Bass Weazal – Jungle Massive
5.Ku Bo – Mela (Flore rmx) – Man
6.Michael Morph – Go Cat Go – Pure Mint
7.Young MC – Know How theme - Delicious
8.Flore feat. Shunda K & Fly Jit – FDB – Botchit – OUT NOW!!
9.Daniel Haacksman – Who's afraid of remix?(DJ Beware rmx) - Man
10.Flore – We Rewind (Youthman Club mix) – download
11.Flore – Feel me – Botchit – OUT NOW!!!

Download Mix

Flore MySpace

Wednesday, 25 November 2009

[Mix] Stripper Nov '09 Promo Mix (Bass/electro/tech)

Giant Pussy Records the label bought to you by the zeitgeist of Ghetto House, Coburn’s Tim Healey and king of Booty Bass Deekline, sees new signing STRIPPER step in for the label’s 5 th release (with AKIRA KITESHI’s dubstep remix) of ‘STRIPPER THEME’.

2009 has seen their remix skills in demand for Little Boots, Fireman (Paul McCartney & Youth), The Orb and Dave Gilmour; Giant Pussy have snaffled their debut single, featuring Detroit’s finest on vocal duties: DJ Omega.

The Stripper lads have kindly submitted a new mix for perusal;


1 - Felguk and Tim Healey - Rio - Stripper Remix
2 - Oliver Klein + Martin Eyer - Kornfresser - Marascia remix
3 - Wolfgang Gartner - Latin Fever
4 - ZZT - The Worm (Erol Alkan Remix)
5 - Stripper - Stripper Theme Feat Omega
6 - Dubfire - Rabid
7 - Cirez D - The Tunnel
8 - Stripper - Nervous
9 - Andre Winter - Dogma
10 - Stripper - Shudder
11 - Len Faki - Death By House

Dowload here

As well as the YouTube video for their new single;

Wednesday, 18 November 2009

[Mix] Shilas Bedroom Fashion DJ MIX (electro/tech)

Shila's Bedroom Fashion have got a new track 'I Like Skirts' out soon on Kartoza and including a slamming remix from label boss Malestrom & Redux, and as is traditional, they've gone and sent a lovely little techy electro workout mix to celebrate;


01. Henrik Schwarz, AmÈ, Dixon- D.P.O.M.B (Version1) - Innervisions
02. DJ Fergie - Senderon - Excentric Muzik
03. Ben Klock - Sub Zero - Ostgut Tontr”ger
04. Friendly People - Music Is Improper (Damian Schwartz Remix) - Apnea
05. Zombie Nation - Forza - UKW
06. Herve - Rocky Raver - Dubsided
07. Vandal & Blende - Healthy Boy - Lot 49
08. Deadmau5 - Desynchronised - Rising Trax
09. Elite Force & Meat Katie - Fabulous Mint 400 (Richard Dinsdale Remix) - Lot49
10. The Clash - Rock The Casbah (Rhythm Scholar Boogie Bombs Remix) - Promo
11. Fake Blood - Mars - Cheap Thrills Records
12. Shila's Bedroom Fashion - I Like Skirts - Katorza
13. Death From Above 1979 - Blood On Our Hands (Justice Remix) - 679 Recordings
14. SebastiAn - Killing In The Name Of Sebastian - Because Music


Shila's Bedroom Fashion MySpace

Tuesday, 17 November 2009

[Mix] Hektagon Promo Mix (Dubstep)

Hektagon is set to release his debut album .. ‘London’ on ‘Freakz Of Nature’ a mixture of dubstep and broken beats.

Ahead of this, he's submitted a rather natty little promo mix for your pleasure...


1. Rhythm & Sound w Cornel Campbell _ King in my empire (extract)
2. Rob Sparx _ Blood Bath (Z-Audio) 1:02
3. Act Raiser _ Sreten (Dub) 4:13
4. Hektagon _ Running Through –Elemental Remix (Audio Phreaks) Vs General Levy _ New Dimension (Original Music) 6:03
5. 16 Bit _ Jump (Southside Dub Stars) 8:06
6. Hektagon _ Nightlife_ London Album (Freaks of Nature) 10:24
7. Major Lazer _Hold the Livestens_Vibromaster remix (Cult Dub Records) 13:08
8. Mode _ Workaholic (Dark Circles Recs) 15:12
9. Hektagon _ One Way or Another (Dub) 17:01
10. Shully _ Living (Urban Graffiti) 19:19
11. Hektagon _ The Old Days_ London Album (Freaks of Nature) 21:49
12. Switch Dubs _ Wagamama (Code of Arms Records) 24:00
13. Hektagon _ Underground (Dub) 27:10
14. Hektagon _ Strange Voices (Audio Phreaks) 29:00
15. Hektagon _ Tokyo_ London Album (Freaks of Nature) 31:05
16. Stay Put _Fahrenheit (Cult Dub records) 33:22
17. Hektagon _ 1,2,3,4 (Dub) 35:10
18. Rhythm & Sound w Cornel Campbell _ King in my empire (Burial Mix Records) 37:29


The album launch party for 'London' takes place at The Castle in Whitechapel on 22/Nov;


Tuesday, 27 October 2009

[Tune] Tony Thorpe aka The Moody Boyz - Witness The Day (dubstep)

Studio Rockers was born when Tony Thorpe aka The Moody Boyz decided to combine his extensive knowledge of dub with his uncanny ability for unearthing the freshest musical talent. Best known for his pioneering dub productions, he also spent many years as an A&R consultant at Wall Of Sound, curated Massive Attack’s Meltdown Festival and has a string of high profile remixes to his name for the likes of Amy Winehouse, Erykah Badu and Lee Scratch Perry.

Since it’s inception 3 years ago Studio Rockers has established itself as one of the heaviest and most innovative labels in the Dubstep scene today.

Always striving to unearth and promote new talent wherever possible, to date Studio Rockers has released 10 singles from some of the most talented artists to emerge from this scene. With their eclectic and all-encompassing approach to the sound, in recent years Studio Rockers has been one of the labels truly responsible for pushing the boundaries of Dubstep music.

3 years on and they are set to release ‘Studio Rockers @ The Controls’, a mixed compilation album featuring 23 of the finest upfront Dubstep killers alongside an EP showcasing tracks from Decyfer & Surje, two of the most exciting new artists to earn releases on Studio Rockers.

Ahead of the release, we have been lucky enough to receive this taster track;

Tony Thorpe aka The Moody Boyz - Witness The Day

Monday, 26 October 2009

[Mix] Felguk Winter 2009 Promo

Having just officially remixed Madonna's new single "Celebration", with tracks in the Beatport top charts, remixes for Ministry of Sound, and over 1.000.000 genuine page views on myspace, Gustavo Rozenthal and Felipe Lozinsky, who form the duo Felguk, is a force to be reckoned with.

Their massive bass-led pumping electro-house, is a genre of its own. Un-phased by clubs or open air-festivals, whether playing live or Djing, they are quite simply a phenomenon in the making.

For 2 years, Felguk has been headlining majors parties in Brazil, always getting a warm and excited response of the crowd. Having toured USA, Canada and Mexico, the duo is ready to take the next step on the scene.

With a passion for rock, funk and pop and releases on Bug-Eyed Records and Plasmapool have placed Felguk firmly on the scene, being incorporated in the sets of notorious djs such as Spencer & Hill, Adam K, Klass, Miles Dyson, Tim Healey and Dj Dan.

Recently, the duo from Rio de Janeiro was invited by Warner Bros. Records, to remix the new single of superstar Madonna, "Celebration", being part of a small group of top DJs and music producers such as Benny Benassi and Paul Oakenfold.


1 - Spencer & Hill - Cool (Afrojack Remix) - Tiger Records
2 - Tim Healey vs Felguk - Rio - Giant Pussy Records
3 - Felguk - Buzz Me (Rework Mix) - BugEyed Records
4 - Jean Elan - Killer - Shake Me Please Records
5 - Perfect Stranger - Stardust (Felguk Remix)
6 - Felguk - Keep Keeping - BugEyed Records
7 - Wolfgang Gartner - Firepower - Kindergarten Records
8 - Jelo - Nordlicht - BugEyed Records
9 - Neelix - Disco Decay (Felguk Remix) - BugEyed Records
10 - Coburn - We interrupt this program (Will Bailey & Mikey Hook Remix) - Taste/d Records
11 - Spencer & Hill vs Felguk - Fingertips (Felguk Mix) - BugEyed Records


Felguk MySpace

Wednesday, 21 October 2009

[Mix] Krafty Kuts Winter 2009 Promo (Breaks/electro)


1. Krafty Kuts - Intro
2. Riton & Primary 1 - Who's That (Acapella)
3. The Dozens - Fake Blood (Krafty Kuts Re-Rub)
4. Tim Healey - Bring It Party (Krafty Kuts Re-Rub)
5. DJ Gant Man - Juke Dat Girl - Nadastrom Remix (Krafty Kuts Re-Rub)
6. Ou Est Le Swimming Pool - Dance The Way I Feel - Armand Van Helden Remix
(Krafty Kuts Re-rub)
7. Dizzie Rascal - Bonkers (Acapella)
8. Will Bailey - Hit The Club (Krafty Kuts Re-Rub)
9. Major Lazor - Pon De Floor
10. Don Diablo - Blow (Acapella)
11. Black Noise - Rocking It (Krafty Kuts Re-Rub)
12. Starkillers - Bitch Ass Tricks (Adsorb Edit)
13. Deekline Feat Tim Healey - Don't Smoke (Krafty Kuts Re-Rub)
14. Krafty Kuts - Children Of The Night
15. DJ Blaqstarr Feat feat Rye Rye - Shake It To The Ground (Acapella)
16. Proxy - Raven - Kazey & Bulldog Remix
17. Autodidkat - Ghetto Nonsense (Acapella)
18. Tim Healey & Tomcraft Feat DJ Assault - Electro On The Floor (KraftyKuts Re-Rub)
19. Jack Beats - Get Down VIP Mix (Krafty Kuts Re-Rub)


[Tune] Draax & Seavers - Rude Boys (KRAFTY KUTS Rerub) (Against The Grain) )

Taken from his new album Against The Grain, the man like Krafty Kuts has been nice enough to provide us with this stunning piece of funk fuelled madness;

Draax & Seavers - Rude Boys (KRAFTY KUTS Rerub) (Against The Grain) )



26 Sep 2009 Octagon Sheffield
29 Sep 2009 Loco @ Lancaster University Lancaster
2 Oct 2009 Audio Mixmag Freshers Event Brighton
3 Oct 2009 Blowpop @Motion An Evening With Krafty Kuts Bristol
8 Oct 2009 Bath University Bath
9 Oct 2009 Matter An Evening With Krafty Kuts London
10 Oct 2009 University Cardiff
12 Oct 2009 Rubadubdub @ Loveshack Durham
14 Oct 2009 Remixology @ Soul Tree Cambridge
16 Oct 2009 Orange Rooms Bournemouth
16 Oct 2009 Orange Rooms Southampton
17 Oct 2009 Custard Factory Birmingham
22 Oct 2009 Misty’s Nightclub Cranbrook
23 Oct 2009 Spiritbar Nelson
24 Oct 2009 Red Rooms Vancouver
27 Oct 2009 Tommy Africa’s Whistler
30 Oct 2009 Stralight Rooms Edmonton
31 Oct 200 Halloween 2009 Make It Funky @ El Mocambo Toronto
6 Nov 2009 Metropolis @ The Warehouse Project Manchester
7 Nov 2009 Planet of the Breaks @ Severn Cellars Shrewsbury
20 Nov 2009 Sugar Nightclub Victoria
18 Dec 2009 Rhythm Factory @ Nasimi Beach Dubai

Krafty Kuts - Against The Grain

48 tracks over 2 CDs featuring Pendulum, Stanton Warriors, Plump DJs, Freestylers, Twocker, Black Noise, Stupid Fresh, Fort Knox 5, Bass Kleph, DJ Dan, DJ Icey, Deekline and many more! Mixed and mashed by Krafty Kuts. Supported with a huge international DJ tour and iPhone ‘DJ Tool’ app.

Following the release of Krafty Kuts’ hugely successful ‘Fabric’ and ‘Back To Mine’ mix CDs which gave listeners an insight into his roots in turntablism and crate digging, Against The Grain are proud to present this new compilation of exclusive “re-rubs” which delves into Krafty Kuts studio skills. Ever since the early days of dance music, pioneers such as Danny Krivit and Larry Levan and hip hop producers such as Double D & Steinski, DJs have made their own re-edits of tracks to add an element of exclusiveness to their sets. Usually however, those edits remain unreleased, never to see the light of day. So, it is with great pleasure and the kind help of many artists and record labels, we are able to release this CD containing 20 of Krafty Kuts’ finest, unreleased re-edits which have been igniting his sets over the past year. With artists such as Black Noise, Mickey Slim, Twocker, Bass Kleph, Miles Dyson, Tim Healy, DJ Dan and Stupid Fresh; we see Krafty Kuts give some big house hits a breakbeat makeover with devastating effect.

For the bonus disc, Krafty Kuts had “an immense amount of fun” producing a mix of Against The Grain classics, looking back over the past decade at some of the biggest tunes to come out of dance music on this killer record label which he is proud to be a part of. For this CD he’s chopped, tweaked,
mixed, mashed and krafted 28 of the label’s best bangers in to 1 hour of blissful breaks. From the sexy, chart topping sounds of Freestylers ‘Push Up’ to a dubstep mix of his ‘Bass Phenomenon’ anthem, and from the thrashing drum n bass of Freestylers v Pendulum ‘Painkiller’ to Ed Solo & Skool Of Thought’s ‘We Play The Music’ summer sizzler. Krafty Kuts has all bases covered.

Thursday, 10 September 2009

Groove Armada - Warsaw

Groove Armada launch their eagerly awaited return with the release of their explosive new track “Warsaw” – a sneak preview from their hotly anticipated new album ‘Black Light’ (Due Feb 2010) and illuminate the live scene with 6 UK ‘Black Light’ shows and parties in October.

“Warsaw” is available immediately after Pete Tong pushes the button for its worldwide premiere on Radio One, from 7pm, Friday, September 4, 2009 as a free download for TWO WEEKS ONLY from The following day Groove Armada play one of their legendary live sets at Warsaw Peace Festival to a 70,000 strong crowd.

Produced by Groove Armada (Andy Cato and Tom Findlay) and co-written by Groove Armada and Nick Littlemore from PNAU & Empire Of The Sun, the free download is a breathtaking taster from their new record set for release in February 2010, their first on GA Recordings in a worldwide partnership with Cooking Vinyl.

“Free of all major label agendas, we have made the record we wanted to make, says Andy. “We got that same combination of live band and electronics going in the studio that have made GA live special. We found vocalists that would keep working with us until it was right. There have been some difficult months, but maybe that’s why they are the best songs we have written. If we had to choose one record for the time capsule, this is it.”

Next month, Groove Armada return to the UK to unveil their all-new 6-date ‘Black Light’ tour with a series of exclusive shows and parties in the UK’s most captivating and arresting venues. It will be the first chance to hear tracks off the new album in the live arena and a special opportunity to see Groove Armada in such a unique environment. It’s their first UK shows since the band’s highly energised headline performance at their very own creation, Lovebox Festival, in July.

Groove Armada - Warsaw (download

Thursday, 27 August 2009

This Is Going To Hurt - mixed by Love Lizard (fidget/old school/techno/dubstep)

In the depths of the South London musical crack fest, The Love Lizard is a proper noise junkie. His latest mix, This Is Going To Hurt has been described as 'ear rape', with it's bass heavy blend of dub, fidget, techno and filth designed to hurt your drums and annoy your neighbours. Turn it up loud....


1. Hostage - Special Brew
2. Stupid Bastard - Hype Up (Original Mix)
3. Hostage - Ain't No Man
4. Boltan - Creepy (Mightyfools Remix)
5. The Squatters - Up To No Good
6. Wonk - Crux'd Da Muel
7. Bassnectar - Superstylin' Mashup
8. OlliE! & Bare Noise - Dancing In The Dark VIP
9. T99 - Anasthasia (Modek's Sledgehammer Remix)
10.The Squire of Gothos - Sandpaper Riddim
11.Kid606 - Mr Wobble's Nightmare (The Squire of Gothos Remix)
12.The Squire of Gothos - Triple Drop


Schwarzenegger's best films are dystopian images of the future

Well, they are. Total Recall, Running Man et al are better suited to the kind of role that Arnie was so good at, as the looser rules of science fact vs. science fiction are more open to be played with. Running Man's oppressive government control of the population and Total Recall's oppressive control of a whole planet allow for greater flexibility in terms of both plot devices, and avenues to be explored both physically within the film and as metaphors within them.

By contrast, films like Commando and Red Heat, both modern day action films, are lacking by their nature - the characters are limited to running, fighting and occasionally driving fast. But within the setting of The Now, the films lack both the scope of the dystopian, and also the opportunity to pursue more fanciful scenarios.

Some films, however, marry the two aspects perfectly. The Terminator series, which itself could be interpreted as some of his finest work, is a modern day dystopia, a foreboding snapshot of the future. The marriage of modern day elements with future happenings (the Terminator himself) allows a blurring of the lines between the standard car chases etc with phallic arm cannons and melting men.

Perhaps the most standout example of crossover work is Predator - in many people's opinions the best Schwarzenegger film. The modern day setting, blended with sci fi elements is both enrapturing and well played out.

However, it must be said, this could lend itself as much to the fact that the modern day setting is so far removed from an urban environment as to render it inert, and thus the modern day setting standpoint becomes null and void.

Overall, whilst a good balance of Arnie films appear in both the modern day and future dystopian settings, it is my opinion that dystopia wins hands down. Not least because the guns are a lot better.

Friday, 24 July 2009

[Interview] Kissy Sell Out

Kissy Sell Out has become a force to be reckoned with! Since his days as a designer learning his trade at Central Saint Martians art college, he’s now gone on to a staring role as one of BBC Radio One’s DJ line up championing new music and producers. A vital part of any self respecting electro lover’s line up, I sat down and asked the man a few questions...

You’ve just released your debut solo album – how did you find working on the project as a whole?

Exhausting haha! It'll be a while before I take another magical mystery tour like that again!

How difficult did you find it maintaining an element of cohesion running through it?

My debut album has a very strong theme running through it, as the title "Youth" suggests, so I found it quite easy to slip into my own little universe while writing the tracks as many of the tracks cover such personal subjects and fond memories.

How do you feel your production philosophy has changed since you first started?

I don't think my production methods have changed that much to be honest but I've become a lot more experienced in dealing with other people in the studio.

Are there major differences between your studio setup now and what you began learning on?

Haha, I like how you say learning! I've never really learnt how to do anything, I just sit down and try and make it sound like it does in my head! While working on my album I tried out many different types of equipment, mainly because I constantly had people telling me I do things the wrong way, but I still use the same stuff I always had these days. I guess the best thing about trying new studio setups for me is that you find out why you like your own so much!

What’s a basic rundown of your preferred tools nowadays?

Alas it is a secret still! Isn't not knowing how someone makes their music part of the magic?

You’re well known for your remix work – is the approach to remixing a track different from a fresh composition of your own?

Unfortunately writing your own song is a completely different beast from doing a remix. The best thing about a remix is that the original parts create musical boundaries for you to work around such as the key or the acapella whereas you have far more freedom when creating your own track which can be an overwhelming feeling.

Give us a production tip or trick for a new producer?

Make something unique to you - don't copy anyone!

What do you especially look for when selecting remix projects?

Tracks that sound like a good Christmas dinner with all the trimmings to play around with.

Have you ever turned down a chance to work with a well known artist, and if so why?

Many times haha! Mainly because of time constraints however - I'll never consider myself too cool to work with anyone really. I had to turn down remixing Hot Chip's big hit Ready For The Floor a few years ago which seems a bit crazy in retrospect but I got offered to remix The Human League the same week which was literally a childhood dream and the chance of a lifetime for me so I opted for The League.

How has your Radio1 show evolved during your tenure with the station?

I guess the biggest thing that has grown has been the community of listeners. I'm very proud to say that the listenership doubled within the first three months of the weekly show starting which was a huge confidence boost and made me work twice as hard on the weekly mixes.

I really enjoy making the Kissy Klub Versions specially for the show and keeping a constant dialogue running with the listeners via the texts and emails I get. Sometimes I have to let other presenters stand in for me because my live schedule gets too hectic and I literally walk around with a huge scrooge-like scowl on my face for about a day!

You’re well known for breaking new talent on the show – from a personal point of view, which artist are you most proud of being associated with in this way?

It's nice to be recognised for the effort I put in on that front - but it's really not hard to talk passionately about the new music I love - it often speaks for itself! Sadly, the top 40 chart is beginning to smell like old socks again as it gets dominated by mega-bucks press campaigns and auto-tune-heavy novelty electro songs but about half the records I play in my DJ sets are still unsigned tracks and remixes I find on myspace!

It seems criminal to me that the fresh ideas of so many talented young people get over-looked - if you want to hear something really fresh and exciting check out 16Bit, Art Vs Science or Jack Beats and you'll see what I mean.

Finally….is music powerful enough to change the world, and if so what one song would be most apt?

Once I'd finished pumping out 137bpm electro/speed garage bootlegs in the main room at Space in Ibiza last week the Ed Banger DJs continued to destroy years of dance music heritage by closing their set with the Beastie Boys - "You gotta fight, for your right to paaaarrrttttay!!" - hopefully that answers your question!

Kissy Sell Out MySpace

Thursday, 23 July 2009

[Tune] Haggstrom & Caswell feat. Shawniemon - Room is spinning quickly (FlatOut Records )

New release from man about town Haggstrom AKA Peo De Pitte, who recently appeared on the IDJ CD ‘Warehouse is a feeling’ cover mount and got single of the month in Mixmag with his ‘Bringing’ single..


London expats Peo Haggstrom AKA Peo de Pitte and Hilton Caswell gets together for a total dance floor destroyer here. This is rough electro/fidget with memorable lead line and action from MC Shawniemon on top. This one has already been road tested and is fully supported by Laidback Luke himself!!

Peo’s trademark combination of rare groove beats and cutting edge synth action has resulted in making Peo one to watch in 2009! His remixes of Haggstrom ‘Be My Baby’ and Marcus Rombo ‘Bringing’ has won huge support from breaks and electro DJ’s and many others in between. Watch out for his latest upcoming remix works on 3 of the most heavyweight labels around. He will be retouching Drumattic Twins on Fingerlickin’, Flore on Botchit and Dylan Rhymes on LOT49.

Wednesday, 8 July 2009

[MIX] Flat Broke - Mixed by Wub

Flat Broke - Mixed by Wub

Stuck in the depths of a broken evening last night (back hurting, girlfriend in Spain for a while, no money etc etc), decided to cheer myself up by throwing together this 18 track mix


1) Bird Peterson - Twurk Central
2) Sinden & Count - We Don't Give A Fuck
3) MSTRKRFT - Heartbreaker (Laidback Luke remix)
4) Pets On Prozac - Ruff Ruffin (AC Slater remix)
5) Relentless - Mono Love (Stereoheroes remix)
6) Mikix The Cat - You Bad
7) Diplo & Blaqstarr - Get Off (Jack Beats remix)
8) Sepalot - Go Get It (AC Slater remix)
9) Boy 8-Bit - Suspense Is Killing Me (Drop The Lime remix)
10) Rampage - Loving U Is Easy
11) Aquasky & Tee'Ski - Back To The Top
12) Defunct - Fokkin Lekker (Kyle Watson remix)
13) Dreadsteamz - What's Your Game (Will Bailey remix)
14) Skeelo - I Wish (Breakdown remix)
15) Jay Robinson - Make Your Body Jack (Thrills & Tynan remix)
16) Rico Tubbs - Lumberjack
17) Micky Slim - Hit The Club (Heavyfeet remix)
18) Bad Boy Bill - Falling Anthem (Herve's We Are A Beautiful Disaster remix)


Tuesday, 7 July 2009

[Mix] POETS Vol 1 - Mixed by Wub

To kick off the new blog, we'll start with the POETS series of mixes;

POETS - Piss Off Early Tomorrow's Saturday - VOL 1

A short mix to get you through Friday featuring some of the tunes I've picked up this week. Starts out with some lush melodies from Spooky and Leger's sublime remix of Inkfish, moving up to some tech stylings of Manalive and Hyperion, onto some shouty fidget crossover with remixes from Stupid Fresh and Crookers before finishing off with the ethereal High Contrast reworking of Pjanoo.


1) Spooky - Candy (James Zabiela remix) (CDR)
2) Inkfish & David West - Hello Piano (Sebastian Leger remix) (Mistakes)
3) Devilfish & Roel Salemink - Manalive (Jon Rundell remix) (Bush Records)
4) Hyperion - Gotta Hold It (Lee Coombs remix) (U&A)
5) Aston Shuffle - For Everyone (Stupid Fresh remix) (Hussle N Bussle)
6) Shinichi Osawa - Rendevous (Crookers remix) (CDR)
7) Eric Prydz - Pjanoo (High Contrast remix) (Data)