Audio by artist chris_everest
This mix originally aired on Vinyl Project Radio as Live Show 4 and is one of my favorite mixes I have done (evar). In response, I'll take the time to blow my own horn and kick-off Episode 1 with this homegrown mix. Carnival Augusta was totally improvised. Mixed in the basement, with only the pooch, the stimpinator and my endearing wife to put up with the throws of emitting bass. Most of the tracks are 21st century, minimal techno and tech-house. Enjoy.
67:06 minutes (112.04 MB)
Translated, this mix is the "Pants". Starting with a bit of noise and straight beats (from the 90's), transitioning to dubtech and then moving right along to some 'feel good' grooves, we'll barely make it above 120 BPM. And if the "Pants" doesn't get you, well how about "More Cowbell"? I've compiled the tracklisting here from a majority of 2009 releases, but still managed to sneak in a few of my old favorites. If taking my sweet time picking all these tracks wasn't enough, I also employed some new apps in order to get the mix cut-up and mastered for the site. Click the read link for the tracklisting.
83:46 minutes (153.37 MB)
Just a quick mix tonight as I was stranded at home. Quick, because I was interrupted by a 'work' call. It's too bad I was interrupted because the mix was going quite well. Dark at times, but not scary despite the title. The tracks are from my most recent record purchase. One track (guess which one) is not like the others. I stuck a digital track in there using my new xwax setup. I'm really liking xwax. It's quite responsive and error free so far. Enjoy the mix.
42:06 minutes (77.09 MB)
It's been nearly two years since putting up new a mix of my own. I'm still here though. And my wallet can affirm that I'm still with new records. I ordered quite a few batches these past couple months and finally put them together. There's some gems in this tracklist that date back all the way to 1996.