Cheesy, bouncy goodness.
Here’s another Sublight set that clocks in at nearly two hours. Plenty of action up front, some wicked dubstep in the middle and a move back uptempo for the close. Enjoy.
After a while, trying to identify every micro-genre of the moment becomes very annoying, so we’re going to side with iDJ mag on this and suggest that it’s a lot easier to just go back to basics, and to co-opt their use of the term Warehouse to describe anything in the 120-140BPM range that isn’t dubstep. 😉
Music doesn’t stop at boundaries of definition or philosophy, it is intended to be inclusive, hybridized and evolving. So instead of trying to desperately create nomenclatures for all of it, let’s just play it, let it mingle and mutate and not have to worry about defining the amorphous or the beautiful. Enjoy.
Mixed for our friends at the House of Lizares for Toronto Fashion Week, this one is all kinds of fun packed into 24 minutes made for the catwalk. Enjoy.
A trippy little ditty
A late night highway between Berlin and Montreal.
This would have been a lot better if I hadn’t have fried the input signal on this an the two mixes before it, but I just pretend it’s a really gritty mix. Now you can too.
Bright, bass heavy breakbeat and some electro to close it down.
Can you get funky? Big breaks & basslines with a mildly acidic aftertaste.