The Collaborator Mixtape
Posted by kevin
on 31 July 2009 (22:21:59)
wtf! this is an album! all original beats
Posted by djorange
on 18 August 2008 (18:23:54)
bananas! more like an album, less like a mixtape! downloaded 4 sure
New York-based DJ N-RON, studio collaborator with the likes of DJ /rupture and Matt Shadetek, drops a super-deep showcase of his own productions
When a mix bags the accolade of Kid Kameleon's mixtape of the year, you know it's going to be shit-hot, basically. The Collaborator Mixtape is a unique and wonderfully fluid piece of work from Daniel Perlin, aka DJ N-RON, an artist, producer and sound designer based in New York. Originally released in January 2008, the selection is mostly original beats and tracks from Daniel, featuring a raft of 'collaborations', made with artists both wittingly (Matt Shadetek, DJ /rupture) and unwittingly (M.I.A., Lady Sovereign).

DJ N-RON is currently on tour in Europe — check his MurdochSpace for a list of dates. If he's playing in a city near you, we recommend you go check the man out!

  • Suso’s Refix
  • Cities into Worlds (featuring Vito Acconci)
  • Cantakerous remix
  • Wrong From Right (Featuring M.Sayyid)
  • Rival Riddim
  • Aboio 2.0
  • Pull It Up (with Mike O)
  • Rich and Shameless (with DJ $mall ¢hange)
  • Analys D’amour du Maga Bo (Capitalized remix)
  • Possible Darker Spaces (N-RON mix of Possible)
  • Try Harder Again
  • Farida Maqam Al Hijaz (Occupied Signal Mix)
  • Burhan Oçal All Stars remix (with DJ /rupture)
  • Lower Ends (with Matt Shadetek)
  • Bug Mash
  • I Need a Dime (Double-up Mix)
  • Random rmx (with Mike O)
  • Grim Jonze Dubs (avec Leftenant)
  • Sleeping Cities 3

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