DFRNT // The Definitive & Final Dubstep Mix (2014)

"Many people tell me they used to love the "DFRNT Dubstep" series of mixes I used to do back in 2007/2008/2009 - They were often just a selection of deep dubstep tracks I was enjoying, repping, supporting and so on. Producer-friends who had sent me stuff, or recent tracks I’d bought or played out.

It’s been a number of years now since I released a dubstep mix, but since I’m retiring the alias - I thought I’d put together one last rather lengthy mix, re-visiting some of the tracks I loved back then, and mixing in some classics, some tracks from my DJ sets at the time and more.

So I present to you, the final, ultimate, definitive, speaker-rattlin’, indisputable, now-that’s-what-I-call, 100-track, super-pumped, almost-4-hour epic DFRNT Dubstep mix. Gold.” - DFRNT

Full tracklist via dubstepforum.com




Excision // Shambhala 2014

"While a single donation probably won’t change the world, it may change someone’s world. Thats why I have decided to start X’s Up for Charity! All proceeds will be split between the three charities below. Join me in helping these organizations take a step towards making this world a better place for all of us!" - Excision

Jeff Mills // Playlist

Spooky says: Nothing more to say .. True Spirit. ;)

Mike Huckaby // Tresor Records 20th Anniversary

"10 years ago, Tresor Records celebrated its first decade with a three CD box called True Spirit. It was a well-deserved victory lap, mixing the label’s own banger-heavy original catalog (X-101’s "Sonic Destroyer," Jeff Mills’ "Late Night [Mills Mix]," Mike Dearborn’s remix of Joey Beltram’s "Game Form") with choice nuggets like Bam Bam’s 1989 "Where’s Your Child?" (re-pressed in 2001 by the Tresor sub-label Archiv with a DJ Rush remix on the A-side).

Tresor has put out plenty in the decade since then. But even with every other big dance indie rushing to throw parties and put out comps to celebrate any anniversary divisible by five, the Berlin techno powerhouse has elected to downplay its 20th birthday some. Mike Huckaby, who’s played the club but never issued anything on the label, provides a 22-cut, hour-long mix: exactly an hour, in fact. […]” - RA Review (with t/l)

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