Ex Friendly 'Hide The Sausage Mix' Oct 2012 (free download)
Marvin ‘What’s going on’ (Kan Sano remix)
Ambassadeurs ‘My World’
Daisycutta x Weirdough ‘Paperclip’
Mos Def & Georgia Ann Muldrow ‘Roses’
Ayanna Witter-Johnson ‘Roxanne’
Chaka Khan ‘Message in the middle of the bottom’ (scratchnsniff re-rub)
Danny Brown ‘Lie4 ‘ (Kaytradamus Remix)
Yami Bolo ‘Youth promotion’
Tenor Saw ‘African children’
Florelie Escano ‘The Liberating Kind’ (Remix)
Roots Manuva ‘Witness ‘ (Leygo’s funk refiddle)
The Bionics ‘Love chains’ (Greg Wilson’s version)
The Temptations ‘Can’t get next to you’ (Whiskey Baron’s Edit)
Al Green ‘Crying’ (Scratchnsniff re-rub)
Nat King Cole ‘These foolish things..’
Pink Orb's Animals (free mashup album)

Cooles Mashup: 


Pink Floyd’s Animals album gets the ambient trance/dance treatment: via The ORB & KLF.
DJ Hickory Dickory Doc, Sydney, Australia

Delicious Vinyl 25th Anniversary Mix by Pete Rock (free download)

The Stussy x Delicious Vinyl Collection celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the LA-based record label. The minor label started in the late 80s and became a major figure in the evolution of hip-hop through the early 90s with acts such as The Pharcyde, Masta Ace, Tone Loc, The Whoridas, Young MC and Brand New Heavies. They continue to maintain working relationships with these early artists and also support the next generation of musical talent including Dom Kennedy and Casey Veggies.
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TIPP: A Tribute to Stax, 1959-1968 (free mixtape)


A couple years ago I was hanging out at a friend’s house when I came across his box set of the complete Stax singles from 1959-1968.I knew a little bit about the label, that it was sometimes called a “southern Motown” and that it had a pretty deep catalog of soul music, but I was far from an expert. The thought occurred to me that I should make a mixtape from all those songs. It seemed like a simple enough idea at the time.
To keep the project from getting out of hand, I stuck with those early years, when Isaac Hayes was just a low-profile songwriter behind the scenes and the Staple Singers were an unsigned gospel family touring churches in Chicago. I started with some of the obvious hits, the Otis Redding and Sam & Dave classics that helped define soul music. From there I had to pay tribute to a few of the samples that are instantly recognizable to hip hop fans of my generation.
But that was just the start of things.There were too many funky drum breaks, classic guitar riffs, and haunting lyrics to just leave it at that.Pretty soon I was embracing all of it: the sentimental love songs, the uptempo burners, the down-home blues, even the cheesy novelty dance songs. The more I sank my teeth into the music, the more intricate the mix became. I finally decided to throw everything I had into the pot: scratching, mixing, layering elements on top of each other, original production, session players, and bringing in K.nightshift (of The Dime) and Bink$ Win$ton to put the icing on the cake with their vocals. (Little did I know just how far they would knock it out of the park–if you don’t believe me, check what they did with “Green Onions.”) This mix was partly inspired by conversations about music on my front steps with the guys, so to bring it full circle we got together at the end and parlayed about the music and the era while the recorders ran.
So here it is, the product of so many late nights behind the turntables and in the studio. I’ve asked myself many times while I was putting it together if it was too soft, too hard, too dated, too out there, too sappy, too vulgar for people to “get” it.Then again, who cares.
Big thanks to everyone who played a part in putting this together: The Dime, K.nightshift, Bink$ Win$ton, Conrad Anthony (bass & guitar player on “My Type”), Jeremy Goody at Megasonic Sound, Charles Stella (mastering engineer), Malachi Padron (cd pressing) Reid McNally (photography), Justin Marine/Mixerfriendly (graphic design), and Hiro at East Bay Digital. A special shout out goes to my crew, the Record Rockers, for all the support and inspiration, and to all the dope djs out there who do what they love. And finally, thanks to the family of musicians at Stax who brought this timeless music into the world.


Download as individually tracked out zip file here:

1. Don’t Have to Shop Around – The Mad Lads
2. I Thank You – Sam & Dave
3. The Memphis Train – Rufus Thomas
4. I’m Going Home – Prince Conley
5. Knock On Wood – Otis Redding
6. Tramp – Otis & Carla
7. Hold On I’m Comin’ – Sam & Dave
8. Pop-Eye Stroll – The Mar-Keys
Reefer Man (Skit)
9. Making Love and Sniffing Cocaine – DJ Crimson
10. Jump Back – Rufus Thomas
11. Grab This Thing (Part I) – The Mar-Keys
Isaac Hayes on writing Soul Man
12. Soul Man – Sam & Dave
13. Soul Girl – Jeanne & The Darlings
14. Born Under a Bad Sign – Albert King
15. Tearz – Wu Tang Clan
16. After Laughter (Comes Tears) – Wendy Rene
17. No Tears – The Tonettes
18. C.R.E.A.M. – Wu Tang Clan
19. As Long As I’ve Got You – The Charmels
20. Closer to My Baby – Dorothy Williams
21. What Can I Do – Bobby Marchan
22. My Type – K.nightshift (The Dime) with DJ Crimson and Conrad Anthony
23. My Services – Bink$ Win$ton
24. Can’t See You When I Want To – David Porter
25. A Place Nobody Can Find – Sam & Dave
26. Motown vs. Stax (Booker Loo) – Booker T & the MGs
27. Rollin’ / Groovin’ – Bink$ Win$ton / Booker T & the MGs
28. Be My Lady – Booker T & the MGs
29. Boot Leg – Booker T & the MGs
30. Soul Dressing – Booker T & the MGs
31. Frog Stomp – Floyd Newman
32. Green Onions 2012 – K.nightshift & Bink$ Win$ton
33. Burnt Biscuits – The Triumphs
(Midnight Hour – Reflection Eternal)
34. Bar B -Q – Wendy Rene
35. The Hawg, Part I – Eddie Kirk
36. Bush Bash – The Mar-Keys
37. Cold Feet – Albert King
38. Ain’t That Loving You (For More Reasons Than One) – Johnnie Taylor
39. Empty Yo Pockets – Bink$ Win$ton
40. Each Step I Take – Deanie Parker
Jake (Skit)
41. Bang for Your Buck / Can’t Ever Let You Go – Bink$ Win$ton / Rufus Thomas
42. Can’t Explain How It Happened – Ivory Joe Hunter
43. When My Love Comes Down – Ruby Johnson
44. I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now) – Otis Redding
45. That’s How Strong My My Love Is – Otis Redding
46. Don’t Hit Me No More – Mable John
47. If I Ever Needed Love (I Sure Do Need It Now) – Ruby Johnson
48. I’ll Show You – William Bell
49. Winter Snow – Booker T & the MGs
50. Ghost Dads – K.nightshift (The Dime)

SoulBrigada pres. Going Down (September mixtape - free download)



"The Girly Mix" (free download)

01. Motorcitysoul feat. Ernesto – Deliver Me [Simple Records]
02. Rasmus Faber feat. Dyanna Fearon – Everytime We (RaFa’s Smooth Mix) [Farplane Records]
03. Samantha James – Subconscious (Nacho Marco Remix) [OM Records]
04. Rah Band – Clouds Across The Moon (Neuroxyde & Aki Bergen Remix) [Great Stuff]
05. Roberto Rodriguez – Thank You …All The Ladies (Vocal Version) [Laka Worldwide]
06. Pirupa feat. Baz – Clarity Of Love (Tevo Howard Remix) [Rebirth]
07. Maceo Plex – Vibe Your Love [Crosstown Rebels]
08. Black Masses – Wonderful Person (MAW Vocal Mix) [MAW Records]

TIPP: Tim Maia Tribute (Funk-Soul-MPB-Mixtape)

Tim Maia, dem Vater des brasilianischen Souls ist dieses Mixtape gewidmet. Der Sänger, Songwriter, Produzent, Dirigent und Multi-Instrumentalist gilt als einer der Pioniere bei der Einführung von Elementen der Soulmusik in die brasilianische Popmusik und als eine der größten Ikonen der brasilianischen Musik des 20. Jahrhunderts.

Ausführliche Bio: http://goo.gl/0GTeh


Fleetwood Mac Mixtape



FleetmacWood is a a re-edit project and a party dedicated to Fleetwood Mac.



  •  Albatross (Serotony’s Bleeding Wound Edit)
  •  Christine Perfect – And That’s Saying A Lot (Bobby Lee’s Not Saying Much Edit)
  •  Peter Green – One Woman Love (Fear of Theydon Late For The Party Edit)
  •  The Green Manalishi (Mojo Filter Two-Pronger Edit)
  •  Love in Store (MarshMellow Mike Re-Dig)
  •  Seven Wonders (Roxanne Roll’s Shadow of the Pyramid Re-edit)
  •  Rhiannon (Flying White Dots Diskomiks)
  •  Family Man ’87 Remix (Smooth Sailing Edit)
  •  The Chain (Mojo Filtered Edit)
  •  Oh Well! (Mojo Filter Fleetmac Wood Edit)
  •  Dreams (Psychemagik Remix)
  •  Sara [Bobby Lost & Fear of Theydon’s Lost Bhagwan Mix]



… DJ und Hobby-Koch dj ShmeeJay:

My other passion in life, other than music, is cooking. My approach to both has some similarities, particularly when it comes it cheese. Cheese, when over used can make you feel bloated and stuffed, but in small reasonable quantities it’s an essential ingredient that almost always belong in some form. There are some notable exceptions, however. For instance lasagna, when you layer the cheese thick. Now don’t get me wrong. I really LOVE cheese. And the only thing I like more than eating lasagna, is baking lasagna. Below you will find my attempt at making musical lasagna.

Served steaming hot, so be careful not to burn yourself.

  • Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough (Gigamesh Remix Dub Edit)
  • Exile – I Wanna Kiss You All Over (Sunshine Jones Re-Edit)
  • Bruce Springsteen – I’m On Fire (Cousin Cole‘s Bad Desire Remix)
  • Two Door Cinema Club – What You Know (Darko Kustura Rework)
  • Arthur Russell – How We Walk On The Moon (Youth Rerub)
  • The Lovin’ Spoonful – Summer In The City (Peter Visti Edit)
  • Cole Medina – Cole Loves Your Insides Out (Internet Thieving Mix)
  • Toto – Georgy Porgy (Satin Jackets & Chris Jylkke Edit)
  • Wings – Silly Love Songs (Serge Santiágo Extended Edit)
  • Chris Rea – I Can Hear Your Heartbeat (Young Edits Vs Richard Alexander ReRub)
  • Culture Club – Do You Really Want To Hurt Me (Virgin Magnetic Material Remix)
  • Craig David – Walking Away (Get Craig David off of my yacht! Rework by Drop Out Orchestra)


Na, dann einen guten Appetit :)

saetchmo from the re:publica #tassebier in berlin – nuff said:


Empfehlung: im weltall (kostenloses Mixtape)

Ein im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes sphärisches Mixtape des Stuttgarter DJ’s ikiki jupanki. Große Klasse!



DJ Food hat aus KLF-Ambient-Tunes ein halbstündiges Mixtape gebastelt.

A hoax KLF ‘soundtrack’ to a fictional film perpetrated by Strictly Kev (DJ Food) and Mr Trick via a fake KLF website back in 2005. Full story here: http://www.djfood.org/djfood/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/Strictly-Kev-Mr-Trick-TheSoundof.Mu.pdf


The KLF (Kopyright Liberation Front oder auch Kings of Low Frequency) war eine in der elektronischen Tanzmusik einflussreiche britische Musikgruppe in den späten 1980ern und frühen 1990ern. Die Bandbreite ihrer Musik reichte von Ambient bis zu House wobei sie vor allem durch die freizügige Verwendung von Samplings aus Musikstücken anderer Künstler bekannt wurden. Im englischen Sprachraum hat sich für die von The KLF geprägte Beimischung von Publikumslärm über House-Produktionen der Begriff Stadium House geprägt.Weiterlesen: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_KLF

K CERA CERA (war is never over)

The Silence of Snow (Mixtape)

Spacewalker Milic hat wieder ein sehr schönes Mixtape rausgehauen:

John Coltrane – Greensleeves (Impulse!)
Jose James – Equinox (Brownswood)
Cassandra Wilson – You Move Me (Columbia)
Steve Williamson – Visions (Verve)
Jono McCleery – The Gymnopedist (Ninja Tune)
Bobby Hutcherson feat. Gene McDaniels – Hello to the Wind (Blue Note)
Jose Gonzales – Storm (Imperial/Peacefrog)
Yoshio Suzuki – Morning Picture (Pan East)
The Greg Foat Group – Hello Old Friend (Jazzman)
Johnny Harris – Footprints On the Moon (Warner)
Ramsey Lewis – Maiden Voyage (Cadet)
Michael Franks – St. Elmo’s Fire (Reprise)
Steve Davis – Lalune Blanche (RCA)
Little Dragon – Fortune (Peacefrog)
I:Cube – Adore (Versatile)
Linkwood – Nectarine (Prime Numbers)




Lee Ritenour ‘Marketplace’
Mongo Santamaria ‘Sambita’
Dave Grusin ‘Rag Bag’
Earl Klugh ‘Amazon’
John Klemmer ‘Brasilia’
Paz ‘AC/DC’
Gilberto Gil ‘Maracatu Atomico’
David Matthews & The Electric Birds ‘Cosmic City’
B Baker Chocolate Co ‘Snowblower’
Richie Cole ‘Hi-Fly’
Judy Roberts ‘Never Was Love’
Roy Haynes ‘Vistalite’
Studio Trieste ‘Malaguena’
Chuck Rainey ‘Born Again’
Dave Valentin ‘Blackbird’
Chick Corea ‘Central Park’
Liquid Liquid ‘Push’
Swamp Children ‘Samba Zippy (pt 1)’
Grover Washington Jnr ‘Little Black Samba’
Cedar Walton ‘Latin America’


Adrian Younge hat für die Paris DJ’s einen exklusiven Mix angefertigt.
Leider gibt es keine Tracklist, aber natürlich die gewohnte Qualität ;)

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