Blah Blah Mix
Posted by mikeahl
on 5 March 2008 (16:04:37)
Nice styles man…dark n dubby acid niceness all the way!
Posted by Mari
on 3 April 2007 (02:43:11)
You rock! Great mixes, as usual! Finnaly i can listen to you whenever i want! brigada! beijos
Dubstep-acid-breaks, with a dash of Marvin Gaye
Recorded in the back of a Hackney chip shop in September 2005.

  • Mashonda - Welcome to Harlem (ClubBangaz)
  • Nettle - Minesweeper Dub (Agriculture)
  • DJ /rupture - Bonechip (Tigerbeat6)
  • Osymyso - It's All About Fun. Right? (Noodles Institute of Technology)
  • Tipper –Tip Hop 2 (Tipper Music)
  • Funkstorung - Nipple Twist (!K7)
  • Ben Milstein - Tube Test (Outside)
  • Funkstorung - Punk Motherfucker (!K7)
  • Luke Vibert - Cash 'n' Carry Acid (Planet Mu)
  • Marvin Gaye - I heard it through the grapevine (Motown)
  • Octagon Man - Eff Emm (DC Recordings)
  • Kode 9 + The Space Ape - Kingstown (Hyperdub)
  • Scuba - Sleepa (Hot Flush)
  • Plasticman - Death By Stereo (Rephlex)
  • Scuba - Timba (Hot Flush)
  • Slaughter Mob - Pull Up (Urban Graffiti)
  • Bass Kittens - Onion Burst (Bow Wow)
  • Skinnz - Corner (Destructive)
  • Bass Kittens - Rise of the Machine (Bow Wow)
  • Eric H - The Lights (Search and Destroy mix) (Hot Flush)
  • Noyeahno - Isn't It Powerful (Rag and Bone)
  • Speed Baby - Lurcher (Bow Wow)
  • Slaughter Mob - Dub Weapon (Soulja)
  • Milanese - Billy Hologram (Warp)
  • Slaughter Mob - Saddam (Soulja)
  • Hawerchuk - Camel Toe (Planet Mu)
  • Psi Spy Vs Formless - Locked (Pyramid Transmissions)
  • Vex'd - Fire (Planet Mu)
  • Baby Ford - Normal (Aphex Twin Helston Flora remix) (Rephlex)
  • Vex'd - Angels (Planet Mu)
  • Michael Forshaw - Kill the BB Caps (Chan 'n' Mikes)
  • Bitstream - Orange Room (Modern Love)
  • Skream - Ain't It Cold (Destructive)
  • Exile - Deathface (Mosquito)
  • Vex'd - Crusher Dub (Planet Mu)
  • Mystery Artist - A1 (Skam)
  • Derek Michael - Wasted Again (Detroit Underground)
  • Rhythm And Sound - Jah Version (Basic Channel)
  • Dick Mills - Adagio (BBC Radiophonic Workshop/Rephlex)

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