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Mix – Better to Keep Your Shirt on in Work / Hidden Agenda

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My new mix is for Hidden Agenda , who over the last 5 years or so have become one of the most prominent party organisers in Dublin, also now heavily involved in District 8 which has been one of the most succesful new venue operations in the city in recent times.

The impetus for the mix was the fantastic new 12″ from Nebraska, most notably the title track which I found myself listening to on repeat when I first bought it back at the end of May. It’s languid grooves had me approach the mix in a fairly relaxed manner, letting a lot of tracks breathe with some fairly simple transitions. Touches on disco, deep house (and not-so-deep house) along with some electro and eighties leaning numbers. Enjoooooooyyyyyy.

Tracklist – Better to Keep Your Shirt on in Work / Hidden Agenda

Nebraska – Look What You’ve Done To Me
Mark Hand – Another Broken Sunday
Morgan Geist – Trackstar
Evan Jones – My Days
Nebraska – Done My Best
Plustwo – Stop Fantasy
Bim Marx & Master Kahn – Untitled
Captain Rapp – Bad Times
Klein & MBO – Dirty Talk (Warehouse edit instrumental)
Sandy Marton – White Storm in the Jungle
Dynarec – The Lost Souls
Cambo – Phantom Liquidity
Lumigraph – Garbage 4 Garbage
Credit 00 – Pink Blunted (Credit 00 Fuck Up)
Chinaski – Disaster
Willie Burns – Duh Duh Dunk
Blue Pearl – Naked in the Rain

2 Comments

  1. Henry Ford says:

    Banger of a mix – more than worth the listen for the Sandy Marton track alone. What a tune!

  2. Dave Moloney says:

    Only getting around to this now, serious sweaty music here, very nice

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