Category: mixes


I’m thrilled to be the latest guest on the Underground Movement Show! I got to play an extended 90 min set, leading off with the brand new track on my boy Justin Kase’s label Ill Bomb Records – “1976 (Original Mix)” by Red Ralph:

https://www.beatport.com/en-US/html/content/release/detail/377242/1976

This was a ton of fun to do and I’m really happy with the way it turned out…deep, techy, and funky, with everything from house to full on banging techno. The last 20 mins were totally off the cuff, all that bouncy bass must have inspired the signs from G-Ron and Feisal Diggy! Thanks to G for the guest spot…enjoy!

http://altruistrecordings.podomatic.com/entry/2011-06-01T19_42_50-07_00

QUEMedia Radio Podcast #34

I’m happy to be the guest DJ on the latest podcast from QUEMedia Radio!  My good friend DJ Q has been putting out a fantastic show for the last 3 years and I finally recorded an exclusive mix for him.  It’s an hour long set that builds as it goes, moving from Tech House to Techno to some seriously banging Electro House by the end.  There are a few mixes that I was thrilled about, especially the transitions in (27 mins) and out (35 mins) of the Cirez D track, and I really dig Stephen Bozdin’s Depeche Mode remix (about 16-22 mins) so it was cool to be able to fit that in.

To download the mix, visit http://quemediaradio.tumblr.com/ or search for “QUEMedia” on iTunes.  From the blog link, you can download just my mix (Podcast #34) but it’s definitely worth subscribing as he constantly puts out great sets, both by him and a variety of guest DJs.  You can also follow him on twitter – http://twitter.com/QUEMediaRadio.

Thanks again to DJ Q and I hope you all enjoy the mix – hit me up at rob@numenalrecords.com to let me know what you think!