Apartment Records, Mixes

New Mix: DNTO Podcast #18

Mix time again, this time the lovely chaps at Do Not Tape Over have asked me to contribute to their series, following on from sets by the likes of Scott Ferguson and Chicago Skyway, so some nice ol company there.

There’s some new stuff from Aroy Dee, Jitterbug and Tr One and also the opening and closing tracks are from the next Apartment 12″ – Pharoah And The Goose by NCW, who kicked off the label shenanigans.

T/list:

NCW – Pharoah and the Goose A
Tr One – Drum Dance (Juju & Jordash Dub Dance)
Juju & Jordash – Tatoo’s Island
Ron Trent – Intoxicate
John Daly – Mesa
Andreas Reihse – L.A. Part IV – Hacienda Dallesandro
NCW – Panther
Common Factor – North Nights
Boo Williams – Devil Muzic
Rick Wade – Fade Away
Dijkhuis – Salt Caramel
Matt Whitehead – Tuff City
Nexus 6 – Take Me Higher
Azari & 111 – Reckless
Tr One – Living in, now
The Housefactors – Play It Loud
Tr One – Love Letter
Jitterbug – Nomads
Aroy Dee – Mr Floyd
Oni Ayhun – OAR003
Donato Dozzy & Brando Lupi – Grown
NCW – Pharoah and the Goose AA

Grab it over at the guys site here

4 Comments

  1. Ian says:

    Cheers again for doing the Kenny

  2. todd h says:

    could i get a download of this? thx

  3. Kenny says:

    I think their d/l limit has been reached. here is another link http://www.cornwarning.com/tomcox/DNTO%20Podcast.mp3

  4. vitanova says:

    very solid choice

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