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Pop, hip hop and skewed electronic funk mixed up by Scandinavian skweee maestro Joxaren
With a background in punk, dub, hip hop and electro, and over 500 live shows (under various guises) behind him, David Giese, aka Joxaren, has fine credentials as an ambassador for Scandinavia's burgeoning skweee movement.

Skweee, a style of stripped-down digital funk that draws influence from soul, R&B, electro and chiptune music, has been garnering kudos from blogs and forums through to the mainstream UK press over the past 12 months, helped in no small way by the first ever UK skweee showcase that took place at Ballers Social Club (LuckyMe's twice-monthly night in Glasgow) in January 2008.

Joxaren will be returning to Ballers Social Club later this month for one of his acclaimed live shows ('completely hardware based, improvised and energetic'), and to promote the gig he's put together this great DJ mix that juxtaposes pop and hip hop old and new with a slew of bumping skweee jams.
Keep a look out for Joxaren's limited 7" soon to drop on Frans Carlqvist's Flogsta Danshall imprint, and the forthcoming Skweee Tooth compilation (featuring his Fel i Facit track) on the excellent Ramp Recordings.
  • Space - Velvet Rape
  • Telepathe - Lights go Down
  • The Cure - The Dream
  • Eero Johannes - We could be Skweeeroes
  • Rigas den Andre - Wedge (mash-up w/Spank Rock)
  • Young Dro - Jackie Chan
  • Limonious - Swedish Pommac (mash-up w/Chopper City Boys)
  • Roots Manuva - Seat Yourself
  • Melkeveien - Melkeveien
  • Roots Manuva - Show must go on
  • Uday - Ghetto Bomb
  • Nitzer Ebb - Drive
  • Depeche Mode - Fly on the Windscreen
  • Boyz of Caligula - Izan Tiger
  • Cat Stevens - Was Dog a Doughnut
  • Teletron - What Time
  • Mtume - I Simply Like
  • EDMX - 100 (Uday Remix)
  • Eden Hashish Center - Black Label Bootleg
  • WET - Don't hide inside your Love
  • Chocolate Star - The Pop
  • Kleeer - Tonight
  • Daniel Savio - We call it Skweee

 Joxaren plays at Ballers Social Club, Glasgow on March 28th

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