The new micromix is up at The New Worck, you can tune in or go get it here!
I’m hosting an old mix by my friend Roy A.K.A. Rusto of The Powers; he’s spinning a subgenre of Drum & Bass that was popularized around the turn of the century called Neurofunk. This mix should definitely increase your Monday productivity! Have another cup of coffee and enjoy.
About a week ago, “The Life Dramatic” was posted at The New Worck. You can now also listen to my new mix on MixCloud, check it out if you haven’t already!
I also made a short announcement for SoundCloud:
TLD was conceived after watching films from groundbreaking directors such as Wim Wenders, Jim Jarmush, David Lynch, Wes Anderson, Sofia Copolla and many others. I have always been obsessed with movie soundtracks; some time ago, it occurred to me it would be great to mix up my favorite soundtrack tunes into one big personalized soundtrack to the movie that is called life. After painstakingly digging up songs from the archives, a selection was made and I started mixing them into a narrative. Then I spliced in quotes and snippets from more films and layered the whole thing using lots of delay and reverb effects. The guys at The New Worck were kind enough to premier it on their brand spanking new site. Listen to David toying around with his mic, imagine Dustin being harassed and be reminded that that gum you like is going to come back in style.
Working on a concept for the cover of a new mixtape with music from films.
Dope mix by the All City Dublin crew, if you’re into nineties NY hip hop, this is well worth your 43.19.
An alternative folk/rock selection recorded strictly from vinyls; added a touch of compression afterwards to smooth out the levels a bit. Cover art is coming later, my regular cover artist is roaming the Spanish northcoast at the moment. Mixcloud let me upload the 101Mb 192kbps, which made me happy, although what’s up with the automatic case changes?
Update: the selection has been (un)covereth; cheers Laurens.
Listen to it or download it here.