Post by IndiElectronica on Jan 18, 2006 15:18:06 GMT 1
I never did post a link to my dance mix. It's electroclash/dance/indie... let me know what you think as I'm working on the 2nd now!
Tracklisting: 1. The Chemical Brothers - Surface to Air 2. Starsailor - Four to the Floor (Thin White Duke Remix) 3. Fischerspooner - Just Let Go (Thin White Duke Remix) 4. Anne - Chewing Gum (Mylo Remix) 5. Aphex Twin vs Underworld - Born slippy (Pink Floyd Mix) 6. Felex da Housecat - Harlot (Justin Robertson Remix) 7. Vitalic - la rock 01 8. Mylo - Drop the Pressure (Stanton Warriors Remix) 9. Whitey - Leave Them All Behind (Soulwax Mix) 10. Figurine - Way To Good 11. Ladytron - Sugar (Jagz Kooner Remix) 12. M83 - Don't Save Us From the Flames (Superpitcher Remix) 13. Alter-Ego - Rocker 14. The Killers - Somebody Told Me (King Unique Vocal Mix) 15. The Stone Roses - Made of Stone (808 State Remix) 16. Soulwax - E Talking (Soulwax Nite Version) 17. Daft Punk - Aerodynamite (Daft Club Mix)
Post by IndiElectronica on Jan 20, 2006 19:46:39 GMT 1
ok - run into a bit of a road block as making an 80 min mix (session 2) and not repeating groups is much harder than i thought! Really only 5-7 bands right now doing what I like (in this kind of thing...). Right now I even had a Throbbing Gristle remix track in the mix... be afraid - be very afraid!
Will finish this up but likely for now on do more 'mini' mixes - 6ish songs or so.. can pump them out nearly weekly then hopefully
can you all give more comments than just saying 'good'? too much mixing? need more/less effects? stuff like that... i'd much prefer someone saying it's sh*te and here's why tbh...
Post by IndiElectronica on Jan 24, 2006 11:56:47 GMT 1
that's about the only critisism I can't do much about.. the goal of these are to be 'proper' mixes... akin to what you would here at a club with a guy on decks (except I can do it better on the computer as it's ALWAYS on time and I can edit the songs as/when needed). I do 'samplers' every month or so (http://www.indielectronicaonline.com/mix/) but that's primarily indie music and there is no mixing of the songs... you may prefer that dandy?
Also dandy, do you like any dj mixes other people make? What I mean is, compared to Sasha, Tiesto, or Fabriclive CD's, do you think mine merges more than theirs and how does it compare to you? That's the ballbark I want the style to be in...