Final Mixes, Gigs, Mixes

Guest Mix – Tr One / Eddie Reynolds

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And so we come to The Never-Ending Story part 305, or something like that. Here is the latest in our Final mixes (we are nearly there, I think) series. We said that we would be getting some old friends on board to help yet this is actually the first mix Eddie has done solo for us. Actually, I’m pretty sure  this is the only solo mix of his online. Eddie is, of course, one half of production/dj team Tr One – the strong, silent type, I believe is the term – who’ve been on the up since the blog started. And this week sees their latest music hit the stores on a heavyweight compilation from the excellent Photic Fields out of Netherlands. They feature alongside Lerosa, Aroy Dee, BNJM, Metropolis and Perseus Traxx, it’s some good bizness.

Tr One also headline the Airbound weekender taking place across London town this weekend; an all Irish affair, details of which can be found here

Eddie has cut us off with a smooth collection of deep techno and housw, old and new. Dig it.

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Leif – Dinas Oleu (Fear Of Flying)
Maurizio – M6A (Maurizio)
Jitterbug – No Presure (Dj Qu Remix)
Steffi – DB011 (Dolly)
John Barera + Will Martin – Unknown Factor (Supply)
Oliver Ho – Lunar (Light and Dark)
John Thomas – Jeff’s Song (Logistic Records)
Leif – Fortune (Fear Of Flying)
Shakers and Dreamers – This land is your land (D1 recordings)
Octave One – DayStar Rising (430 West)
Disco Nihilist & Daetron Vargas – Untitled (Construction Paper)
Omar S – Amalthea (FXHE Records)
Arrtu ft. Jerry The Cat – Nuclear Funk (Clone Royal Oak)
Kai Alce – World Causes (NDATL)
Chaser – Tall Stories (Pooleys “Lars from Mars” Mix) (Soma)
Moodymann – No (Mahogani Music)
Gene Hunt – Tazz (Lumberjacks in Hell)
Soundstream – Inferno (Soundstream)

1 Comment

  1. Gary says:

    Eddie should DJ more often!

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