MMX's August D&B Mix

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Summertime sun and bass mixage. Mix of styles as per usual.

001. BCee & Lingby - Count The Stars
002. >>> Lenzman - Mass Effect
003. Total Science & SPY - Past Lives
004. Komatic & Technicolour - Changeling
005. Reflekt - Need To Feel Loved (Specialist Sound Remix)
006. Phors - Holding on
007. Mute & Mako - Rorschach
008. London Elektricity - U Gotta B Crazy (Enei Remix)
009. Break - Something New
010. Dub Phizix - Break It
011. London Elektricity - Had A Little Fight (Stray Remix)
012. 2Sides - Outlook
013. Atmospherix - Pressure
014. London Elektricity ft. Elsa Esmaralda - Invisible Worlds (B-Complex Remix)
015. Break & SpectraSoul - Martyr
016. Joe Syntax feat. Jono McCleery - Sightlines
017. Command Strange - Bingo
018. dRamatic & dbAudio - Revolution Groove
019. Amit feat. Rani - 9 Times
020. RAM Trilogy - Iron Lung
021. Lenzman - Broken Dreams

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really class mix mate, loved it. much respect for your selection of tracks, was really varied but also the quality control was tight, not one dud track at all. the highlight blends for me where holding on >> rorshach (lingering piano loop was vibes) u gotta be crazy >> something new (the overlapping vocal from the former was sexy), sightlines >> bingo (not enough love for bingo at all, very sick track nice one for repping it, great with the vocal on top). flawless mixing as well man you can really hear the difference when the dj knows what they're doing, nice one. my one very small gripe is that i thought the opening blend went on for a bit too long for my liking but that's just a personal preference. i gotta remember to grab holding on and pressure, some quality tunes there. all in all very impressed mate, link me to your next one please (y)
 
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really class mix mate, loved it. much respect for your selection of tracks, was really varied but also the quality control was tight, not one dud track at all. the highlight blends for me where holding on >> rorshach (lingering piano loop was vibes) u gotta be crazy >> something new (the overlapping vocal from the former was sexy), sightlines >> bingo (not enough love for bingo at all, very sick track nice one for repping it, great with the vocal on top). flawless mixing as well man you can really hear the difference when the dj knows what they're doing, nice one. my one very small gripe is that i thought the opening blend went on for a bit too long for my liking but that's just a personal preference. i gotta remember to grab holding on and pressure, some quality tunes there. all in all very impressed mate, link me to your next one please (y)
Big feedback, thanks for taking the time.

I spend a lot of time sorting through tunes each month and making note of clever blends that I can do. So each month I make sure I've got a representative set of what I think is good and what works together.

The more I've listened to the opener the more I think it drags on for a bit too. I was trying to be clever by getting the BCee tune to fit and double drop with the Lenzman piece. To do that I've had to loop a chunk of the first track which means it's even longer than it would have been originally (but it was the only way to get them to double up). I prolly should have just teased the Lenzman track and run with a separate mix after. Ah well, it's all good. (y)
 

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Big feedback, thanks for taking the time.

I spend a lot of time sorting through tunes each month and making note of clever blends that I can do. So each month I make sure I've got a representative set of what I think is good and what works together.

The more I've listened to the opener the more I think it drags on for a bit too. I was trying to be clever by getting the BCee tune to fit and double drop with the Lenzman piece. To do that I've had to loop a chunk of the first track which means it's even longer than it would have been originally (but it was the only way to get them to double up). I prolly should have just teased the Lenzman track and run with a separate mix after. Ah well, it's all good. (y)
yeah mate it does work well, in the right frame i would have preferred the longer blend anyway! good that you're looping as well its the next thing i wanna learn to do, must be so useful
 
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yeah mate it does work well, in the right frame i would have preferred the longer blend anyway! good that you're looping as well its the next thing i wanna learn to do, must be so useful
Since getting in on Serato it's become an essential to me. You can set up loops that make it possible to easily cut tracks in on the first beat. You can do mixes that would otherwise be impossible.
 
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