Alright, so summer finally has arrived in Germany, bringing with him high temperatures, spontaneous thunderstorms and a great excuse to consume as much ice cream as your body can handle. It’s the perfect opportunity to share another mashup, this time combining British 90’s house pioneers Sunscreem with Spanish breakbeat wizard Colombo.
So you might or might not have heard about some of the latest tunes I shared on SoundCloud. If you don’t have, here is one of the latest mashups, this time made entirely from different tracks by the same artist. Would love to do some more of these.
If you already know this one, there is no reason not to give it another spin, right?
Gave the latest Hybrid single a good spin, and look where it landed – combined with Way Out West’s “Only Love” this makes for the perfect tune of a summer yet to come. Received some great feeback already.
In other news, I did another episode of Dirty Beats Done Dirt Cheap. It’s an 80 minute trip of tech funk and breaks and the first episode that really deserves the Dirty Beats tag in my opinion. This one was an exclusive set for Kick 106 – expect more of these in the future.
Last but not least, I broke the 1,000 downloads barrier on SoundCloud. Thanks to everybody who helped raising that number!
Totally forgot to post this here… of course March was no exception from the Monthly Mashup schedule. This time we have Infusion and Gui Boratto, mashed into a tasteful dish which was hinted in my Dirty Beats DJ set before.
Gui Boratto’s “Take My Breath Away” really is one versatile monster – you can throw almost any track at it and it will still sound awesome. At first, I wanted to combine it with the vocals from Hybrid’s “Formula Of Fear”, but Rektchordz got the nod instead, and you all know how that turned out. So instead, I decided for Infusion’s “Dogtown (D-Nox & Beckers remix)” and never looked back since.
That’s Josh Gabriel’s “Crosstalk” featuring the vocals from Freeland’s “Under Control”. Having picked up the instrumental promo CD last year, I was able to isolate the vocals using some phase inversion. While this usually doesn’t come with a 100% success rate, I was pretty happy with this one.