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The Mistry Mix- Chilled Mix :: December 2012 – FREE DOWNLOAD

An alternative tracklist this December for Xmas & the new year.  It’s got Hip-Hop, Garage, Drum & Bass, Electronica and good vibes…Free download too.

Track List:

01 Eric B & Rakim- Don’t Sweat The Techniques
02 Nujabes- Horn In The Middle
03 4Hero- Sophia
04 Prince- Love 2 The 9’s
05 Disclosure ft Ria Ritchie- Control
06 Oris Jay ft Amy Bullman- Falling Stars
07 Skream- One For The Heads That Remember
08 Architects ft Nana- Body Groove
09 Jmist & Aseem- Lost In Transmission
10 The Prodigy- Warrior’s Dance
11 The Prodigy- Omen (Noisia Remix)
12 Far Too Loud- Firestorm (Peo De Pitte Remix)
13 Wookie ft Rachel K Collier- 2 Us (S.Chu Remix)
14 Jessie Ware- Running (Disclosure Remix)
15 Miguel Migs ft Meshell Ndegeocello- Close Your Eyes
16 S.P.Y. ft Total Science & Riya- Testimony
17 Nu:Tone ft Talc- Jet Stream
18 Blue Book- Rolling Over (Calibre Dub Mix)
19 S.P.Y.- Analogue Dreams
20 Engine EarZ ft Lena Cullen- Reach You (Engine EarZ & Benny Page Remix)
21 Driving Lolita- Run (Basher Remix)
22 Andy C & Shimon- Recharge

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Matrix & Futurebound Ft Baby Blue- Magnetic Eyes + Pyramid Remix

Matrix & Futurebound have unleashed one of their latest tunes on Viper Recordings Magnetic Eyes featuring Baby Blue on the vocals delivering smooth catchy lyrics over punchy D&B pattern with a pop-style chord progression/ substantial bassline.

I remembered Baby Blue from her collaboration with UK Rapper Sway on “Little Derek” coming a long way since which is evident in her delivery over the production by the D&B duo though I’m not sure about the rap verse. It’s ‘pop’ like but it’s well structured, arranged with the instrumentation and is a song in D&B form; works of a hit!

Nicky D’Silva & Scott Maclean aka Pyramid from Funkatech Records have unleashed a beast of a remix on their end, taking the pop influence to another dimension with breakbeat, hard edged sound design and the bass to match! It’s a great remix, the contrasting bass melodies with the original chords and vocal parts makes the track spacious. Big Love!

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The Mistry Mix: Vibe Mix July 2012

I threw this mix together for my show The Mistry Mix at Camden’s Roundhouse Radio. It’s got Hip-Hop, Alternative Electro, Dubstep, D&B + more thrown together for a alternative mix…click on the image for the stream

Track List:

01 J.Viewz- This City Means No Love
02 Funky DL ft Dukus Alemay- Danger
03 Jessie Ware- Running
04 Portishead- Numb
05 Jmist & Aseem- Lost In Transmission
06 Engine EarZ Experiment- Battlescars
07 Plan B- She Said (16 Bit Remix)
08 Alix Perez ft The Foreign Beggars- The Cut Deepens
09 SpectraSoul ft Terri Walker- Light In The Dark
10 Nu:Tone- Crosstalk
11 Die & Clipz ft Jenna G- Work It Out
12 DJ Marky & Makoto- Good Old Days
13 Bachelors Of Science- The Ice Dance (Lenzman Remix)
14 Dillinja- Silver Blade


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Foreign Beggars At Electric Brixton on the 10th December 2011

Tribe presents Never Say Die vs Circus records @Electric Brixton, Saturday 10th December 2011
I went to interview the Foreign Beggars before their set at Electric Brixton at 2am on the 10th December. They arrived quite just before 2 so there wasn’t enough time but they gave out a massive performance with a militant set regardless. I remember distinctly chilling to some Caspa,  and Engine-EarZ with my mate Luke before we headed out. Other acts on the night included Flux Pavilion, Skism, Funtcase, Zomboy and many others.

Luke and I headed out soon afterwards reaching the place for the first set played out by Mobscene, their set including a massive list of tracks, heavy rhythms and surprisingly soft on the ears Lol. Sometimes sound systems have alot of treble so it might hurt the ears for a while. Bass Cannon dropped several times during the night right till 6am, with the consistent reaction every time; ultimate awe at the militant vibe and bass.
The Foreign Beggars smashed their set performing ‘Shellshock’, ‘no holds Barred’, ‘Lines In wax’, “Solace One”, “Jump Back” with Orifice Vulgatron and Metropolis delivering snappy, rhythmic and punchy vocals over every vibe that presented itself. DJ Nonames stood behind the two doing what he does best, cutting up and spinnin’ in a hard edge fashion, between the tracks, scratching several times in the set.
The MC that performed with Zomboy looked like Karl Pilkington from the series “An Idiot Abroad,” with an immediate chuckle from Luke after we both realised we thought the same! That was a right laugh, with all the MC’s letting out rhythmic poetry, pure jungalist style! A DJ on a set with an MC toastin’ heavy syncopated flows.
Flux pavilion played Superbad, Lines In The Wax, Bass Cannon with the same awesome reaction from the crowd, my head bouncing to the bass. The modulated chords were played, with Doctor P, playing his remix of the Tetris theme alongside other tracks. Funtcase smashed the place playing dark and twisted basslines, syncopated grooves to minor melodies and chords giving a deep atmosphere to the set, constantly changing and evolving the sounds in the mix. Skism tore the place down with his set, played a few remixes and original tracks such as Power, Elixir and Jump Back ft the Foreign Beggars. The foreign Beggars did a live performance of that track in their set too so it was great!
Dodge and Fuski, the last set on the night, or early morning should I say. Their set had the most bass and made the whole place resonate on a subsonic level, the levels were loud and pounding, even my pint was swooshing around! They played a Caspa’s remix of the track Hangover, the energetic madness with the “Ba ba ba baba baba” vocals mixed in with ragga led bass was cannot be described, I just loved it! Lol
The two DJ’s that were unnamed after Dodge and Fuski played a mix of garage, ragga, Drum and bass, Jungle and more mixing to a bouncy and rhythmic flow. A nice way to end at 6am with a set equal to the ones before. The event was deffo a success with alot of inspiration and militant vibes throughout every set alongside live performances from MC’s and the Foreign Beggars, Respect!!

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