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Mix: Still Sleeping

still sleeping

Final one from me. Shouts to anyone who enjoyed the last 6-7 years. Thanks to all who gave us mixes. Contrary to what Jay Daniel thinks we did it to give exposure to music and Djs we thought deserved it, not because they owed us anything. And special thanks to Tom for having me on here. I’ve made some great friends doing this and I probably wouldn’t have a label if it wasn’t for being involved in it.

Download – Still Sleeping

Andras feat. Oscar S. Thorn – Running Late

Heatsick – Dream Tennis (Willie Burns Remix)

Factory Aire – B.O.Y. (Atom Tm Remix)

Antoni Maiovvi – Midnight Wolves

Emile Strunz – Deception

Ma Spaventi – The Jungle

Daywalker + CF – Easter

John Heckle – Back Alley Terminator

The Superior Inferior – A Bit Much Confusion

New Jackson – Of A Thousand Leaves

Absolute – Absolute House

Paperclip People – 4 My Peepz

Ken Ishii – Misprogrammed Day (Dj Q Remix)

Kirk Degiorio – Nairobi (Carl Craig Remix)

Wild Planet – Move-ment

Analog Chronicles – Preacher (Church Remix/Dj Skurge)

Scape One – Migration

Annie Hall – Sky Watcher

Donato Dozzy & Brando Lupi – Metal Slave

Ever Vivid – Once

3 Comments

  1. frank says:

    guess I better do my mix oops

  2. Stu says:

    I’m a bit late to the party, but this is cracking.

  3. Eoin says:

    Great mix Kenny!

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