DJ Craze – 60 Minutes Mix (Mistajam BBC Radio 1Xtra)

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DJ Craze’s 60 Minutes mix for Mistajam, aired on BBC Radio 1Xtra.

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Tracklisting:

1) sub focus – – let the story begin
2) moving fusion – – the beginning
3) origin unknown – – sound in motion
4) concept 2 – – cause ‘n’ effect
5) shimon & andy c – – night flight
6) shimon & andy c – – quest
7) desired state – – goes around (remix)
8) origin unknown – – valley of the shadows
9) origin unknown – – truly one remix
10) moving fusion – – chilli pepper
11) shimon & andy c – – recharge
12) ram trilogy – – milky way
13) origin unkown – – believe
14) moving fusion – – atlantis
15) moving fusion – – atlantis (bad company remix)
16) ram trilogy – – titan
17) moving fusion & shimon – – mysterons
18) shimon – – hush hush
19) andy c & moving fusion – – foul mouth
20) moving fusion – – thunderball
21) fresh – – collosus
22) ram trilogy – – no reality
23) sub focus – – world of hurt
24) loadstar – – be there
25) fresh – – gatekeeper
26) lomax – – artisan vip
27) loadstar – – link to the past
28) sub focus – – x-ray
29) xample – – lowdown
30) hamilton – – soundboy
31) fresh – – capture the flag
32) sub focus – – druggy
33) culture shock – – gears
34) break – – hot love
35) xample & crystal clear – – heaven & hell
36) dc breaks – – gambino
37) frankee – – gully
38) gridlok & prolix – – membrane
39) sub focus – – timewarp
40) shimon – – bodyrock
41) frankee – – drop it low
42)wilkinson – – dirty love (tc remix)
43) mind vortex – – gravity
44) audio – – nil by mouth
45) gridlok & the upbeats – – the jitters
46) sub focus swamp thing
47) wilkinson – – heartbeat ft. p money & arlissa (calyx & teebee remix)
48) culture shock – – troglodyte vip
49) culture shock & brookes bros. – – rework
50) loko & chords – – diamond light
51) gerra & stone – – l.i.e.s.
52) loadstar – – stepped outside
53) chase & status – – take me away
54) calyx & teebee – – elevate this sound
55) june miller – – ups & downs ft. anouk visée, t & sugah
56) sub focus – – close (ivy lab remix)

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Conduct – Futile [Lifestyle Recordings]

Conduct/Lockjaw
Lifestyle Recordings – Cat #: LFS035
Released – 18th Nov 2013

1. Conduct – Futile
2. Lockjaw – Big System

The ever-absorbing Lifestyle Recordings label continues to present strong, challenging music, music which reaches parts of your soul you probably didn’t know exist. Their new release, the imprint’s 35th, sees Conduct contribute Futile, and Lockjaw come with Big System.

The label has been rightly praised for its atmospheric music, which has an uncanny ability to remain relevant for the dancefloor. Showcasing the many different types of drum & bass and dubstep to the nation and the world, it is home to names like Tomek K, Dominic Ridgway, Macca, Hosta and more. Conduct are the creative geniuses behind Futile. The producers, based in South West London, very much like to let their music do the talking. They put the beats to the front of their minds, and to the front of yours.

InsideInfo “These are great! really well made, full support!”
CRAZE “Crazy!!”
Crissy Criss “Wicked”
Zeds Dead “Sick!”
Neonlights “Nice tunes. Futile has a place in our cd case :)”
BTK “Futile is pretty cool will be playing this one!”

The track is the exact type of future-led d&b that fits Lifestyle so perfectly, with rushy breaks leading into some epic-sounding synths and warped undertow. The main part of the track comes exploding out at you, complete with cataclysmic effects and some seriously fat bass. Ready to tear down any club, Futile is a seriously heavy track for the end of the year.

Lockjaw emanates from Canberra, but his music transcends nationality and location. Deep, dark and resolutely original, Lockjaw is setting his sights high. The catchy, insistent opening to Big System is only the beginning, with tight kicks highlighting the engineering prowess which Lockjaw also brings to the table.

Things take a dark turning part way through, as the producer guides you through some dank underground tunnels which reek of beats, bass and bashy rhythms. Hard, punishing and uncompromising, this one is set to smash. Futile/Big System show what Lifestyle are all about, and what they are capable of. Take a trip inside the minds of Conduct and Lockjaw, and understand why so many people are talking about Lifestyle Recordings.

DJ Support for this album includes:
Black Sun Empire, Crissy Criss, InsideInfo, CRAZE, BTK, Billian, Dr.Meaker, Neonlights, Hoodlum, Gremlinz, AMC, Basher, Drumsound, Zeds Dead, Bachelors of Science, Sixth Blade, Erb n Dub, John B, Magical Gravity, Mad Vibes, LAOS, Rido, Mista Noize, Dose, Ruffstuff, Chef, Donovan Smith, Callide, Savage Rehab, Stanza, Lutin, Dara, J Science, Cybin and more!

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Lockjaw – Big System [Lifestyle Recordings]

Conduct/Lockjaw
Lifestyle Recordings – Cat #: LFS035
Released – 18th Nov 2013

1. Conduct – Futile
2. Lockjaw – Big System

The ever-absorbing Lifestyle Recordings label continues to present strong, challenging music, music which reaches parts of your soul you probably didn’t know exist. Their new release, the imprint’s 35th, sees Conduct contribute Futile, and Lockjaw come with Big System.

The label has been rightly praised for its atmospheric music, which has an uncanny ability to remain relevant for the dancefloor. Showcasing the many different types of drum & bass and dubstep to the nation and the world, it is home to names like Tomek K, Dominic Ridgway, Macca, Hosta and more. Conduct are the creative geniuses behind Futile. The producers, based in South West London, very much like to let their music do the talking. They put the beats to the front of their minds, and to the front of yours.

InsideInfo “These are great! really well made, full support!”
CRAZE “Crazy!!”
Crissy Criss “Wicked”
Zeds Dead “Sick!”
Neonlights “Nice tunes. Futile has a place in our cd case :)”
BTK “Futile is pretty cool will be playing this one!”

The track is the exact type of future-led d&b that fits Lifestyle so perfectly, with rushy breaks leading into some epic-sounding synths and warped undertow. The main part of the track comes exploding out at you, complete with cataclysmic effects and some seriously fat bass. Ready to tear down any club, Futile is a seriously heavy track for the end of the year.

Lockjaw emanates from Canberra, but his music transcends nationality and location. Deep, dark and resolutely original, Lockjaw is setting his sights high. The catchy, insistent opening to Big System is only the beginning, with tight kicks highlighting the engineering prowess which Lockjaw also brings to the table.

Things take a dark turning part way through, as the producer guides you through some dank underground tunnels which reek of beats, bass and bashy rhythms. Hard, punishing and uncompromising, this one is set to smash. Futile/Big System show what Lifestyle are all about, and what they are capable of. Take a trip inside the minds of Conduct and Lockjaw, and understand why so many people are talking about Lifestyle Recordings.

DJ Support for this album includes:
Black Sun Empire, Crissy Criss, InsideInfo, CRAZE, BTK, Billian, Dr.Meaker, Neonlights, Hoodlum, Gremlinz, AMC, Basher, Drumsound, Zeds Dead, Bachelors of Science, Sixth Blade, Erb n Dub, John B, Magical Gravity, Mad Vibes, LAOS, Rido, Mista Noize, Dose, Ruffstuff, Chef, Donovan Smith, Callide, Savage Rehab, Stanza, Lutin, Dara, J Science, Cybin and more!

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Task Horizon – Shattered Self ft. MC Spyda [Evolution Chamber]

Task Horizon – Arachnophilia EP
Evolution Chamber Recordings

1 Shattered Self ft. MC Spyda
2 Let Them Talk ft. MC Spyda
3 No Soundboy ft. MC Spyda
4 Unimpossible ft. MC Spyda

Full Release: 28 th Oct 2013
CAT: EVOCEP001 / Digital

Music which stands the test of time, which transcends technology and reaches into the souls of listeners. This is the basis of Task Horizon’s projects and is the legacy of their time together. Their work ethic and desire has resulted in much-acclaimed releases on
DSCI4, Timeless, Cause4Concern, and more, and has seen them launch their own Evolution Chamber label, where they continue to explore the possibilities of d&b, drumstep, electro and beyond.

Sub Focus “Shattered shelf is a great track”
Prototypes “Shattered is sick,”
CRAZE “Dope shit!”
Optiv “Great Tunes As Always!!!!”

Their latest mission sees them team up with The Black Tarantula himself MC Spyda on the Arachnophilia EP. This four-tracker sees the duo at their peak, controlling the boards like only they know how. Moving effortlessly between styles, the EP shows off their skill and passion in equal measure. Opener Shattered Self moves with a range of emotions, from dark, through deep, to elegiac and uplifting. Electronic music from and for the next millennium, the sonic background fits and moulds to Spyda’s rhymes perfectly. Beyond enormous.

The Swiss producers’ music has been supported by Noisia, Ed Rush and Optical, Optiv and more and it’s not hard to see why. Let Them Talk carries on the vibe of the EP, heading into some driving, cinematic territory, where their electro and dubstep influences come shining through. Again, Spyda’s killer rhymes are clear, sharp and delivered with venom and intent. Climb inside.

John B “wow. nuts. thanks.”
Neon Lights “HUGE! big prodcution as always! Big ups bad boy :)”
Zardonic “Shattered Self is gonna wreak some
serious havok!”

Who can test Task Horizon and Spyda? No Soundboy, according to the third cut on the collection. More bass n’ beats madness pervades this one, with a stuttering, storming drum line to satisfy all and sundry. Builds, drops, synths and pure craziness, as the MC stamps his authority on all proceedings. Sharp, funky and seriously dangerous. Closer Unimpossible collects things together perfectly, as it hurtles through space and time in an intergalactic battle between the producers and vocalist. Complete with touches of drum & bass, drumstep, dubstep and that indefinable quality which all great producers have, it is a fitting end to the EP.

Task Horizon continue on their quest to bring music forward and take it to new places. Lose your fears, and come face to face with the Arachnophila EP.

Rene LaVice “love mc spyda, bigup”
Billain “like this alot!!!”
Gremlinz “Heavy release!”
Brookes Bros “Cracking combo bigups guys”

DJ SUPPORT: Sub Focus, The Prototypes, John B, Chris Renegade, CRAZE, Optiv, Mob Tactics, Zeds Dead, Treo, CZA, Neon Lights, Drumsound, Black Sun Empire, Basher, DC Breaks, Brookes Bros, Telekinesis, Doc Scott, Mufler, Dose, No Money, Gremlinz, Zardonic, Rene LaVice, Billain!

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