03 March 2009

Skream, L-Vis 1990, the Captain and Star Eyes - Three Musketeers (and one Milady) in da mix

Three fantastic mixes hit the blogosphere nearly simultaneously. They have been heavily promoted recently but I could not help myself and have to post them.

Fabricpromo mix Trouble & Bass The best of the three mixes - T&B crew represented here by the Captain and Star Eyes. Full of goodies, heavy bass and fantastic remixes. Including one of my favorites of the moment, that is Supra1 remix. They will play in Fabric on 6th March. I wish I was there.

L-Vis 1990 Dubplates mix Then we have a mix by another DJ who will play in Fabric on 6th March along with T&B. L-Vis dubplate only mix includes his own productions and remixes. Ths highlights are Crazy Cousins remix done in collaborations with his Alex Bok Bok and L-Vis version of heavily remixed La Roux - in for the kill track. Pure, bouncing roller!

Mishka Presents: Keep Watch vol. 6- SKREAM And finally the filthy, dirty and naughty Croydon boy, Skream in a smasing mix for Mishka. Here is the message from Mishka crew: For our 6th installment of Keep Watch, we’re excited to have Croydon, UK’s own Skream keeping our speakers on sonic overload. Skream helped build the burgeoning dubstep scene through the UK and we’re honored to have him drop this mix for you guys, exclusively through our Keep Watch series. A perfect example of the dark and grimy vibes coming out of the dubstep underground, Skream unleashes what we can only describe as bass bazookas into your headphones and speakers. The mix goes from heavy and murky to quick and danceable and calms it down near the end with a soulful