DJ Flack
Dub Sickness
Posted by cram!
on 22 April 2009 (14:50:18)
very nice mix !!!! trans global dub bassism!
Posted by ripley
on 11 August 2008 (18:04:15)
big up the bassline sound!
Massachusetts-based DJ Flack makes his Radio Spannered debut with a mix-up of global bass music stretching from Sweden to Sydney via Boston and Bristol
'Mutating bass beats are infecting the planet!!!', writes DJ Flack of his sick new mix for Radio Spannered.
Antony Flackett, aka DJ Flack, is a DJ, producer and multimedia artist living in the Boston area. Together with Wayne 'Wayne and Wax' Marshall, Antony co-hosts the genre-mashing Beat Research parties in Cambridge, Massachusetts — a weekly colision of wobbly world flavours taking in dubstep, 2-step, bhangra, grime, jungle, bashment, hip hop and ragga. As a recording artist he has released music on Mashit, Bliss and Beat Research's own label project; he also performs alongside Mashit head honcho DJ C as DuoTone.
Here he blazes across continents with a 43-minute mix of his current bassline fixes. Take it away DJ Flack!
  • Let Go Mi Shirt — Cotti (Brixton)
  • Konichiwa Bitches — Robyn (Sweden)
  • On My Way Home — Unkle Ho (Sydney)
  • Sugarlips — Mad EP (Worcester, UK)
  • Fear — DJ Q (Huddersfield, UK)
  • Trust Nobody — SP:MC (London)
  • Dum Maro Dum (original) — Asha Bhosle (Mumbai)
  • Dum Maro Dum (remix) — Asha Bhosle (Mumbai)
  • The Original Jamaican — Daleduro (Buenos Aires)
  • Mi Confesion (Edu K Remix) — Gotan Project (Paris/Rio)
  • No S+S Dubplate — Kid Did (Boston)
  • Riffin on a Bassline — DJ Flack (Boston)
  • Spark This — Sosolimited (Boston)
  • Desocupacion Instrumental — DJ Nim (Argentina)
  • Ill Behaviour — Deepsix (Toronoto)
  • Ondtu Riddim — DJ C (Chicago)
  • Kingfisher — RSD (Bristol)
  • Might Be (Remix) — Dexplicit (London)
  • Deep Under — Elemental (London)
  • Lost Luggage — DeadBeat (Montreal)
  • Scientifical Dub — DJ Flack (Boston)
  • Plate — Scuba (Berlin)
  • De Daaroo — Surinder / Mentor (London)
  • Bona Vida — Cauto (Barcelona)
  • Lot's Wife — Fosforo (Los Angeles)
  • Silk Parachutes — DJ Flack (Boston)

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