DEAD AIR BASS 45 (HIPSTER DANCE PARTY) ((SEPT 2017))

It’s a bit of a facetious title, so I hope it doesn’t discourage you. I like to be cheeky. Picture yourself at a house party for passionate music lovers. If that sounds enticing then this episode is just for you, and I hope you will join me for this virtual dance party.


– TRACK LIST – (Click linked song title for FREE DOWNLOAD page)

02:17 The Old Main Drag – The Pogues

04:49 You Passed Through – Johan Agebjorn with Young Galaxy

07:38 Ready 2 Wear – Felix Da Housecat

09:22 Love My Way – The Psychedelic Furs

10:50 A Girl Like You – Edwyn Collins

13:01 Sexy Grrl – Belladonnakillz

15:05 It’s The Music – Meat Beat Manifesto

17:16 Their Law – The Prodigy ft Pop Will Eat Itself  *

20:00 Angel Of Death – DJ Ayres

22:28 Sick To Death – Atari Teenage Riot

24:27 The Fire & The Flame – Dragon Force

26:48 Stalking You On Myspace (12″ VIP Mix) – John B  — FEATURED ARTIST —

28:34 The Boys Of Summer – Don Henley

30:26 I Wanna Be Sedated – Ramones

32:07 Let’s Have A Party – Wanda Jackson

33:01 Snatch & Grab It – Julia Lee

33:49 That’s What I Like About You – Jack Teagarden

35:25 Acid Folk (Vocal) – Perplexer

37:51 Cry Little Sister – Gerard McMann

40:20 Walk (Team Bayside High Remix) – Pantera

41:24 The Jean Genie [Original Single Mix] – David Bowie

43:15 Silent George – Lucky Millinder

44:50 The Crusher – The Novas

46:19 Troglodyte (Cave Man) – Jimmy Castor Bunch

49:18 Mother – Danzig

51:01 Do You Love Me – The Contours

52:33 Move On Up – Curtis Mayfield

54:36 Witching Hour – Supermoon

56:03 99 Red Balloons – Goldfinger

58:14 Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight – The Spaniels

 


— FEATURED ARTIST: JOHN B — 

 

One of my personal all-time favourite DJs. JOHN B is know for his wild hair eccentric outfits, and DJ sets that blend DRUM N BASS with ROCK, DISCO, and ELECTRO. He is also the champion of ELECTROSTEP, a style that fuses DnB with 80s SYNTH POP and COLD WAVE conventions. All of these factors combine to make an exciting and unique live performance. Go see John B if you ever get the chance.

In addition to the above accomplishments, he has also given us a great way to remember that oddly special time in history when Myspace ruled the internet. Be ready for some reminiscing after the jump.

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— FOOT NOTES — 

* If you care to learn more about the 1994 UK RAVE BAN, CLICK THE PIC!

 


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DON’T FORGET! The next DEAD AIR BASS will air October 4th, 3-4pm EST, on http://di.fm/djmixes