Posted to Skream’s Soundcloud page, some lighter vibes from the legend in this 20 minute mix of Future Garage selections, available for stream and download:
This is a dry version of the mix Benga and I did for our show….. Thought some of you may enjoy it with this beautiful weather we’re having….
In preparation for their upcoming collaborative release on R&S sister-label Apollo, grab a free download of Synkro‘s remix of Jack Dixon‘s single “You Won’t Let Me“
This one originally hit Soundcloud earlier but quickly ran through it’s download allotment but we have a mirror of the download available here exclusively on icnt.mx
Download: Jack Dixon – You Won’t Let Me (Synkro Remix) [Right Click to Save]
Thanks to Antares for giving me the heads up to this alert from the guys over at FACT, referencing this cache of over 100 live recordings of drum and bass legend LTJ Bukem collected by 175bpm.pl
I have been a long-time fan of Bukem for obvious reasons, his mixing is near unmatched by his peers, and have often cited this proficiency as a key influence in bringing me into the world of djing.
Atlanta friends should be doubly excited and use this as a nice warm-up to get ready for LTJ Bukem’s appearance at Terminal West in July.
Browse the LTJ Bukem Mixtapes Collection
Purchase Tickets for LTJ Bukem at Terminal West (July 5)
Paul Rose revisits his SCB moniker for this week’s Chris Liebing’s curated CLR podcast series.
Originally the SCB project was conceived as an antidote to the characteristic broken beats of the Scuba sound, as was shown on the first SCB release, a remix of Scuba’s own Hard Boiled taken from the album A Mutual Antipathy in 2008.[*]
Full tracklist and download information beneath the fold.
Stream and Download CLR Podcast #168 – SCB
Uploaded this evening to his Slowblog site, Ryan Burleson shares this short mix of selections. Completely vinyl only, and not completely dance music minded.
Shouts to Ryan for sharing this one for the grown-up, late-night set.
Full tracklist links, and download information beneath the fold.
A crew you have probably been sleeping on, Atlanta duo and Embassy Recordings artists Broodlings stepped out on one of their first live performances at the monthly Hunger music event at Atlanta’s 529.
Undeniably the set of the evening (respect to everybody else who played), the two worked through classic 140 bpm favorites including oft overlooked DMZ and Scuba material before ramping it up into some ridiculous footwork blends that had the crowd entranced.
Check beneath the fold for the stream / download info, and the tracklisting!
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First things first, I would like to extend my sincerest gratitude to readers of this site old and new. It has been an interesting year for me both on and off this site.
During the beginning of the year I was unable to focus full attention to the site, however I cannot thank people enough for allowing to essentially ‘pick up where we left off‘ and continuing to support the site as things has smoothed out a bit recently.
Continue beneath the fold for more gratitude, looking forward for the site, and an exclusive live dj mix of mine for you to download or stream.
In recognition of XLR8R’s coverage of Helix in their Bubblin Up article today, I felt it only proper to share a video.
Enjoy this equally food-related clip of one icnt.mx’s favorites in his short cameo appearance on Man vs. Food‘s Savannah episode, highlighting his brilliant dance prowess to those who have not had the fortunately opportunity to witness Helix live.
Also be sure to check out one of the first Helix DJ mixes widely circulated posted here in 2010 as a part of the HeatATL Podcast Series, as well as a more recent performance at the monthly event HUNGER in Atlanta
I have uploaded the recording of yesterday’s Late Nite Tip broadcast on Sub.FM hosted by Mite and myself. Thanks all who tuned in, the full broadcast and tracklist are available beneath the fold.
Distal was on tour in New England this week so you get selections from the two of us, and a bit more explorations in the 140 realm this week.
Check out the full broadcast for exclusive forthcoming Embassy Recordings material from Mak, Clicks & Whistles as well as some unheard sounds from Beaumont, Grievous Angel, Chrissy Murderbot and more.
One of my favorites in the grime scene, Royal-T recently put together a mix for the Mishka Blog Keep Watch podcast series.
Royal-T, despite his young age, has already done releases on Butterz, No Hats No Hoods, Boogaloo City, and Rinse Recordings. He’s also done official remixes for the likes of Katy B and Wiley, as well as produced extensively for Grime MC P Money.
Grab the complete mix, for stream or download and peep the tracklist beneath the fold