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[Mixcloud collaboration mixes] Sounds By JB meets DJ Huas & Marius G.Mihalache

Posted by on Jul 17, 2012 in Bad Ass, Classical Mixes, Cruising, Dreamy, Dub Step Mixes, Eclectic Mixes, Empowering, Euphoria, Inspired, Sexy | 0 comments

Two DJ’s – One style – Two vibes! In the Mixcloud Collaboration series Dutch Sounds By JB partners with several DJ’s and musicians over the world to make unique collaboration mixes. Fifth episode: JB meets Marius G.Mihalache (Romania) Seventies, Eighties, Soundtrack, Synth-pop, World Marius G.Mihalache aka Michel is a Romanian artist working as musician and photographer for the past 15 years. From an early age he learned to love music and art in all its forms. This beautiful mix will be take you on a nostalgic tour, giving you samples of the music that inspired Michel and JB in our early years. Music that truly meant something, in a different way, in a different country, in a different time. Music that inspired them to get involved more with music, to write music.   Fourth episode: JB meets Huas (The...

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[Rap, Hip-Hop, Die Antwoord Mix] Afrikaans ZEF

Posted by on Jul 6, 2012 in Bad Ass, Eclectic Mixes, Hip Hop Mixes, Sexy, Uplifting | 0 comments

ZEF is a South African counter-culture movement and the form the inspiration for the African hip-hop / Rap group Die Antwoord and their colleagues like Jack Parow and Jaak Paarl. The music can only be described as rude (especially when you understand Afrikaans) and yet extremely catchy. This mix, in the Sunday Night Series, gives a great sample! Die Antwoord is created by Watkin Tudor Jones (Ninja) and Anri Du Toit, much better known as Yo-Landi Vi$$er. Before Die antwoord they tried several different concepts, Max Normaal and The Constructus Corporation. Not only did they do the music for these projects, they also created video’s, clothing and toys as part of the whole concept. The signature video’s made it almost impossible not to be noticed. In 2009 Die Antwoord’s first video clip went viral on Youtube, starting their success....

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[Mixcloud collaboration mixes] Sounds By JB meets DJ Kruger, Kristina Drozd & Scottieboy

Posted by on Jun 26, 2012 in Dub Step Mixes, Eclectic Mixes, Funk Mixes, House Mixes, Reggae Mixes, Uplifting | 0 comments

Two DJ’s – One style – Two vibes! In the Mixcloud Collaboration series Dutch Sounds By JB partners with several DJ’s over the world to make unique collaboration mixes. Third episode: JB meets Scottieboy (UK) Dub, Sound system clash, Dubstep, nu-Roots Scottie has been playing music for over 30 years. Playing everything, from Funk, Punk, Swing, Rock n Roll, Electronic but currently focusing the most on Reggae, all things Reggae and his bi weekly radio show on Space Invader Radio. Instead of two sets linked together each DJ takes several turns, delivering an unique dub experience. Many of the tracks played have been released under creative common license   Second episode: JB meets Kristina Drozd (Russia) Tech house, Deep house, Funky house Kristina Drozd is a Tech House / Deep House DJ from Russia. Her style is deep and...

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[Eclectic Mix] Kensaye: Original Classics

Posted by on Jun 2, 2012 in Classical Mixes, Eclectic Mixes, Featured, Hip Hop Mixes, Mixes, Music, Soul Mixes | 0 comments

This mix is like nothing i’ve ever heard before. It begins with a couple of classical theatrical pieces. The first piece will remind many of you out there of Pharoah Monch’s “Simon Says”. Then it moves on to an eclectic selection of classic tunes to move your soul. Have a great day with this new guest mix by London-based producer, rapper & radio-host Kensaye. A true selection full of originals to dig for samples! Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, The Temptations, Nina Simone… up to you to link them to the matching hip hop songs. Kensaye: “I’m a producer who often digs for samples, so It’s always interesting to discover what was the original track of some of my favourite Hip Hop tunes, and what helped create that classic. Here are a few examples, let’s see if you can associate...

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[PsyTrance Mix] Equilibrium and Don Digital: Psychedelic Trip

Posted by on May 25, 2012 in Cruising, Eclectic Mixes, Featured, Inspired, Mixes, Music, Psychedelic, PsyTrance Mixes, Trance Mixes, Videos | 0 comments

Download: Source: Hello hello hello everyone! We’re back from our little 1 week break with an exciting new PsyTrance Mix for you. This one takes you right to the outermost reaches of the Trance world, into the dark and mystical realm of chill and progressive PsyTrance. As soon as you start listening, you are eased into the show with Equilibrium’s great mix of chilled PsyTrance. Then, in part 2, the tempo moves up a notch with some proper Progressive PsyTrance from Don Digital. We also have a couple of cool updates for you: 1. We have been accepted as a label on Juno Download, under the guise of We’re looking into changing it to DJM Distribution, the DJM stands for DJMixes. This new label is an important new distribution channel as we will be able to directly help...

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[Soulful Hip Hop Mix] The Find Mag – Stay Thirsty Episode 35

Posted by on May 17, 2012 in Coffee House, Cruising, Dreamy, Eclectic Mixes, Empowering, Featured, Funk Mixes, Hip Hop Mixes, Inspired, Jazz Mixes, Mixes, Music, Reggae Mixes, Singing, Soul Mixes | 0 comments

Source: I’m always hanging out for new “Stay Thirsty” episodes, every single episode is new and refreshing. From dramatic, to chill hip hop, to smooth jazz and soul… it really is an eclectic collection of hip hop, jazz and soul. It even includes some Lemon Jelly! An old favorite of mine from back in my high school days. Stay Thirsty 35 is definitely food for the soul, nothing but incredible… Mix Description: Following a similar style to the episode 33, this new episode really jumps around through many genres throughout its hour long duration. Getting things started is the best rapper in the universe, Dylan, talking about how he spits hot fire. Then we dig through a bunch of really great hip hop by artists like Incise, AGQ, Katalyst and more with some funky stuff coming from The...

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