DJ:Fusion - Radio Robot Guest mix

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  • Song Name: DJ:Fusion - Radio Robot Guest mix
  • Artist: DJ:Fusion
  • Year: 2009

This is one of several mixes that I recorded on request for other podcasts/shows.

1 Nuyorican Soul feat. Jocelyn Brown – It’s Alright, I Feel It! [Roni Size remix] (Talkin’ Loud)
For me, a classic. All about the vocal breakdowns on this one!

>>Roni Size – Windrush (Planet V LP – V Recordings)
With ‘It’s Alright..’ being so long, I feel there’s plenty of space for a tease underneath. Windrush is perfect, just adds the extra deep bass element. Tracks like Brand New Funk & Strictly Social may be better known, but for me this is one of the main cuts on the album.

2 Sonic Generation – Without Reason (Looking Good Records)
A very recent 2nd hand purchase. Just the right, lush musical styles you’d expect from this label.

3 Peshay – Jah VIP Rollers Mix (Razors Edge)
Essential remix from Goldie’s Timeless album. I love the inclusion of the ‘Timeless’ vocal. Not many releases on this Metalheadz offshoot, buy on sight!

4 Mr L – This Is Hardcore (Mr L Records)
After I heard this again recently on an old Fabio & Grooverider live mix, I knew I’d be digging out my copy soon.

5 Roni Size/Reprazent – Watching Windows [DJ Die Gnarly Vocal Mix] (Original on New Forms LP – Talkin’ loud)
Big remix from a big album. I usually hear and play the Instrumental mix, so I’ve been flipping it recently.

6 Seba & Paradox – Red Tears (Secret Operations)
Starting to get a bit darker now, and sets the mix up perfectly for...

7 Source Direct – Mind Weaver (Exorcise The Demons LP – Science)
Cold, cold, cold! I love the slow development of those crisp amen edits.

8 Spirit – Final Chapter [TransAtlantic Turmoil Mix] (Timeless Recordings)
A bit of local talent here (I would often catch Duncan outside Wilkinson!). One of the earlier Spirit tracks I bought, along with his remix of Spinechilla by Rareform.

9 Scorpio – Machines (Deep Red Recordings)
More local talent, bought at the same time as the Sonic Generation track. I knew Tom at Redeye Records had run a label named Deep Red, but this is the first release I’ve seen. One off Klute alias on this.

>>DJ Vapour – Mr Mingus (36th Chamber)
A spur of the moment decision to spice up the last track as it played out. Of the records I had ready, I felt this one would best add to the intensity of ‘Machines’.