Recession? pffft what recession?

If you've saved up a few quid for a rainy day and the current recession mean's nothing to you other than your butler keep's asking for extra shifts then you might be interested to know that DJ Mr.C (From Shamen / The End / Superfreq / Plink Plonk fame) is selling his entire House music & Techno music record collection including music from 1985 to June 2008 on Ebay.

"Selling the entire collection individually would bring somewhere in the region of £150,000.00 - £200,000.00 but due to Mr.C's desire to keep the collection together, he'll part with the whole collection for a knock down price of £75,000.00 as a minimum bid."

Get in there quick bargain hunters!


To celebrate the imminent arrival of the new album 'Invaders Must Die' The Prodigy are giving away an edit of the eponymous single exclusively on Zane Lowe will play the edit Invaders Must Die as his ‘Hottest Record In The World’ at 19.30 on Radio 1, this Wed 26th Nov. Log onto immediately after to download the track which will be available for the following 7 days.

You can watch the ‘Invaders Must Die’ video on from 12 noon on Fri Wed 28th.

There will also be a free High Definition video download available from 12pm on Friday Nov 28th. This will feature on the X Box Live Channel until Dec 5th as part of the Xbox 'Xtival campaign'. For more details on Xtival please visit

Heartbeat City

The Cars - Heartbeat city (LeBatman remix).mp3 (Mediafire)

LeBatman Myspace

Forget It

Some new material from John Bourke of Trash Yourself. For more info on these guys and more music check out my interview with him from back in August.

Trash Yourself - Forget It.mp3 (Mediafire)
John Bourke - Hoes Get Down and Shake It (Rye Rye Vs Surkin).mp3 (Mediafire)

Trash Yourself Myspace
John Bourke Myspace


R!M!E sent me over some fresh remixes along with a new original production for your listening pleasure. Also here's an eclectic mixtape he put together "something a bit different, a lot of tracks I generally don’t get a chance to play all mashed across genres and styles". Enjoy.

R!M!E - Booha.mp3 (zshare)
Altern8 – Frequency (R!M!E remix).mp3 (zshare)
Famlay – Beeper (R!M!E remix).mp3 (zshare)

R!M!E - Nov 08 House Party Mix.mp3 (zshare)
1. Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit
2. Bangers and Cash – BOOTAY
3. Steve Angello and Laidback Luke – Be
4. NERD – Anti Matter (Destroy Disco edit)
5. Metallica – Seek n Destroy
6. Boy 8 Bit – Bulbs Burn Out
7. Planet Funk – Chase the Sun
8. Lil Wayne – A Millie
9. White Stripes – Seven Nation Army (edit)
10. Duke Dumont – When I Hear Music
11. Tricky – Council Estate (Mowgli back in the jungle mix)
12. Tricky – Council Estate (Mowgli wobblin mix)
13. Fearless Four – Rockin It
14. Ol Dirty Bastard – Shimmy Shimmy Ya
15. Plastic Little – The Jump Off
16. Hot Chip – Ready for the Floor
17. Santagold – Creator
18. DJ Donna Summer – Hoovermore
19. AC/DC – You Shook Me All Night Long (edit)
20. Rick Ross and Birdman – Pop That Pussy
21. Fake Blood – Blood Splashing (Fake Blood Theme)
22. High Rankin – You Me and the Devil
23. AC Slater – Jack Got Jacked (Jack Beats remix)
24. The Go Betweens – Im All Right

Introducing: DJ Spin Laden

DJ Spin Laden is one part of Mexican/ Texan Art & Music collective Cul N Sweet. As well as flying in the hottest DJ's to play at the hottest night in Texas the boys make some pretty damn good jackin' and fidgity mixtapes.

How long have you been DJing and what brought about your interest in it??
I started mixing about 2 years ago after I heard some productions by Switch and Trevor Loveys, it got me interested in house music. But now I play anything from jackin house, fidget, baltimore club & ghettotech, pretty much anything that will make the kids jack their bodies non stop.

You're also a member of CulNSweet, who are the other members and what do you guys do?
There is 5 members in CulNSweet- DJ Teenage Wolf, Mario Barrio, Cory Blaine, DJ Orion and me. We all DJ and organize a monthly party in Austin TX- we bring our favorite DJs from around the globe to come jam with us, the last people we had the privilege to had were: DJ fame, Scott Cooper, Congorock, Juiceboxxx, Dre Skull.

Future plans include Jakz in monterrey, mexico on dec 6. Zombie Disco Squad in Austin, Texas on December 13! and DJ Rampage for early next year! So stay tuned. We also run our blog

Where did the name CulNSweet come from and what does it mean?
I think Mario Barrio thought of it while getting blzd one day, it simply means Cul N Sweet :p

Do you have a residency anywhere or play at regular events?
We have a residency at this club called Moods where we DJ every Thursday! plus the CulNSweet party's we try to throw every month, for those we try to find a new location for each party!

Which DJs/acts have you played alongside at previous events?
DJ assault, DJ fame, Congorock, Scott Cooper, Bang Gang DJs, Dre Skull, Juiceboxxx, Yo Majesty and Egyptrixxx are some of them.

Do you produce any material or remix other artist's tracks as well as Dj?
So far I've only made bootlegs of some tracks but I only keep them to myself to play out live. I recently just started producing some bass heavy stuff that I will be posting up soon! So watch outtt :p

What are your top 5 tracks at the moment?
(In no order)
DJ rampage - Fire
Nadastrom - The Way You Move
Trap House - Step Into
Chris James - Torcida Cumbia
Wideboys - Project Bassline

DJ Spin Laden - Da Boom Mixtape.mp3 (zshare)
1. Destroy Disco - Sex On Sax
2. Armand Van Helden - Shake That Ass
3. Boy 8 Bit - Things That Freaks Are Made Of
4. Switch - This Is Sick (Herve Edit)
5. Dj Rampage - Bounce It Girl
6. Green Velvet - Shake N Pop (Dj Sneak Remix)
7. Natty Jack - On Hold
8. Oliver $ - Tupac Robot Club Rock (Spin Laden Edit)
9. Nadastrom - Ritalin
10. Will Bailey & Foamo - Numb Wrist
11. Tom Eq - Cactus Jack
12. Dj Rob 3 - You Bad
13. Dj Rampage - Fire
14. Trap House - Want Me To Stay
15. Top Billin - Big Dancing (Spin Laden Edit)
16. Voodoo Chilli - Street Players
17. Bass Kleph - You Can Do It
18. Claude Von Stroke - Blow The Whistler (Dj Assault Remix - Hookers & Blow Edit)

DJ Spin Laden Myspace
CulNSweet Myspace

Do you VooDoo?


Another top lineup happening this Friday is VooDoo at The Last Days Of Decadence. Organisers Thick As Thieves are pulling out the stops to fly into London from Berlin the mighty Jesse Rose who will be playing alongside Matt Walsh, We're Not Cool and Lost In Paris. Here's a bit of info for the night:

Headlining this event we have a pretty exclusive and incredibly special set from this months IDJ cover artist, Jesse Rose. The Godfather of the so called "Fidget House" scene, even presiding over Dave "Switch" Taylor and let's face it, that is no mean feat considering the level of Switch's productions over the last couple of years whilst Jesse has been surprisingly quiet.
However, with a new wave of production on the way out, including the rather excellent "Take It To The Club" with Action Man (AKA Herve) and Forget My name featuring the boys from Hot Chip he looks set to become the shining star of the House scene he was always destined to be, IDJ's cover piece reading, "The jet set story of a new house heavyweight."
This man, now based out in Berlin, a strong influence in his musical style, plays in the UK only rarely these days so take the opportunity to explore a fantastic new venue to the rare treat of Jesse Rose back in the capital.

Having shared bills with everyone from Tiga and Erol Alkan to Carl Craig and Ivan Smagghe via Klaxons and Dixon (Innervisions) Matt Walsh is Turbo Recordings superstar DJ in the making and our other special guest this fine November. Snapped up by Tiga after doing his thing in T-Bar a little while ago Matt Walsh has proven himself to be one of the best DJs the country has to offer. Alongside this Matt has also taken to producing under the name Clouded Vision alongside Steve Cook, see Brodinski's and Moby's recent 12" singles on Turbo for some of their more recent remix work. You will not regret it.

Last Days Of Decadence (Former Ditch Bar), 145 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JE
9pm - 3:30 am / £7 Before 11/ More After
Get your tickets here.


Again apologies for lack of posts recently, I've been heavily distracted working on some tee designs for the Prodigy so as you can imagine they have taken priority. I've received a heap of good music for posting and am making my way through it but, first up are some mixtape's from Fabric.

In celebration of his appearance at Fabric this Friday, Yuksek has done an exclusive mix for FabricLive. On the night he’ll be joined on the night by Annie Mac, Brodinski, Surkin, DJ Mehdi and Boy 8 Bit as part of the Annie Mac Presents Tour that's currently making it's way around the country.

Yuksek - Podcast.mp3 (Megaupload)

Also in celebration of their respective FABRICLIVE 42 and fabric 43 releases FreQ Nasty and Metro Area have put together 30 minute mixtape's for you to listen to online here.

FreQ Nasty mixtape tracklisting:
1. Jamie Woon - Wayfaring stranger – Live Recordings – Burial Mix
2. Zed Bias feat Jay Electronica - The Cauldron – White
3. FreQ Nasty vs David Starfire – Bulge - White
4. Acapella Dl feat South Rakas crew - Mad Again – Mad Decent
5. Evil 9 - They Live (Trevor Loveys HipHop mix) – Marine Parade
6. Epydemix - Thunderpussy - White
7. Acapella - FreQ Nasty vs David Starfire feat Tiffany
8. Beat Monkeys - How You Like Me Now - Rico Tubbs Mix - 777
9. Slipz n Dapz – Hey - White
10. FreQ Nasty & Propa Tings – Peacemaker - White
11. TRG - Oi Killa – Tempa
12. Acapella Saul Williams - Not In Our Name - White
13. Santogold vs Switch and FreQ Nasty – Creator – Atlantic

Metro Area mixtape tracklisting:
1. Samson & Delilah – I Can Feel Your Love Slipping Away (Instrumental)
2. Prince – Controversy
3. Elektrik Funk – On A Journey (I Sing the Funk Elektrik) (Instrumental)
4. Gaucho – Dance Forever (D.J. Version)
5. Reese & Santonio – Structure
6. Telex – Moskow Diskow (Disco Mix)
7. Voyage – Souvenirs (Hot Tracks Remix)
8. Mother F – Welcome Aboard

Bonus tracks:
Check out these sweet remixes by BD1982 and Rusko of originals by New York's Kotchy on Civil Music. You can grab more free music from Civil Music's site here.

Kotchy - One For The Money (BD1982 rmx).mp3 (Sendspace)
Kotchy - Sing What You Want (Rusko’s Skwee remix).mp3 (Via

Introducing: Meterhead

A couple of weeks back I discovered an act going by the name of Meterhead. The only thing I could find out about them was that they are based in Los Angeles so, I decided to find out a bit more about them but after I sent the following questions over I'm still no wiser. All I do know is that they make great music.

So who are the members of Meterhead?
We are based out of Los Angeles, but 1 of us lives in north cal... We prefer to remain nameless.

How long have you been Djing?
Since the early 90's.

Can you name a record that first sparked your interest in dance music?
Anthing from Rick Astley and early Huey Lewis and the News.

Do you have any residencies or events you organise or play regularly as Meterhead or individually?
No...nobody wants to hire us.

You've used quite a few illustrations of Motorhead's Lemmy on your EP covers, what's the story there?
We're hoping Lemmy will sue us.

How/when did you first begin making music?
As soon as we saw back to the future and heard "The Power Of Love" by Huey Lewis And The News.

Do you prefer to remix other artists tracks or produce original material?
A little of both, remixes are easy to get out there but expect much more originals in the near future.

Who would you most like to work with on a track and why?
The Melvins because they rule and will make us sound good.

Where do you see yourselves in 10 years time?
On an island with ya mamma.

What was your highlight of 2008?
Doing this interview.

What are your plans for 2009?
To come to the UK and sleep on your couch...can we?

Meterhead - November Mixtape.mp3 (zshare)
1. Mr. Oizo - Positif
2. Acid Girls - Palms (Meterhead Disco Mix)
3. Midfield General - Disco Sirens (Meterhead Remix)
4. Nadastrom - A1 Pussy
5. Meterhead - Escalator
6. The Kills - Cheap And Cheerful (Fake Blood Remix)
7. Foamo - Everything Cool
8. Meterhead - Newness
9. A-Trak - Say Whoa
10. AC Slater - Jack Got Jacked (Jack Beats Remix)
11. Moby - The Stars (AC Slater Remix)
12. Late Of The Pier - Bathroom Gurgle (Tronik Youth Remix)
13. Meterhead - Poppa Large
14. The Whip - Blackout (Shinichi Osawa Remix)
15. Meterhead - Pause
16. Mason Vs Princess Superstar
17. Meterhead - Let It Go
18. Drums Of Death - Midnight Stalker

Meterhead - ESCALATOR.mp3 (Removed)
Meterhead - Get Down.mp3 (Removed)
Meterhead - Space Rakim.mp3 (Removed)
Meterhead - Pause.mp3 (Removed)
Meterhead - Poppa Large.mp3 (Removed)
Meterhead - Let it Go.mp3 (Removed)
Meterhead - Newness.mp3 (Removed)
Midfield General - Disco Sirens (Meterhead Remix).mp3 (Removed)
Meterhead & T.I - What you know about that (Meterhead Remix).mp3 (Removed)

Meterhead Myspace

LAB @ Alpha


Tonight I'm heading down to Alphabet Bar in Soho to spin some records, drink free booze and look at some awesome artwork at the Little Art Book print exhibition and launch of the wicked new piece from Rugman. There will also be a collection of pieces from the likes of Vilchez, Dave The Chimp, Inkfetish, Superoboturbo, The Krah, Adam Mallett, Sztuka Fabryka, Abe Lincoln Jnr, Rourke Van Dal, Henry Reeve, Paintshop Studio, Dan Kitchener, Richard Hogg, Pure Evil, Gabriel Moreno and myself all for sale.

So, if you're in the area come drink some free beer, grab a limited edition screenprinted poster of the above (lovingly put together by myself) and also enter a competition to win a pair of the new Rugman prints like the ones below. If you can't make it tonight then don't worry the exhibition runs on until 24th December.




"Here's a wee DJ mix I did - and I used OTHER PEOPLES tracks for a change :) It's just a wee selection of other producers tracks which I'm currently digging. If you have just over a hours free ear-space get involved"

Hostage - November Mix.mp3 (Mediafire)

Hostage Myspace

The End

Chew The Fat

A week from today is the last ever Chew The Fat! night at The End since the club will be closing it's doors on January 24th 2009 after 13 years. There are a heap of awesome event's going on in the countdown to the end of The End, and the Chew The Fat! guys are making no exception as they go out with a bang with Ed Banger's SebastiAn headlining as well as Paul Trouble Arnold, HiJack and Kid Blue. The lounge will be hosted by VooDoo featuring Mowgli, Merka, Gella, Kanji Kinetic and Thick As Thieves.

Get your tickets here: or Ticketweb

Check out the Mowgli mixtape for a taste of the night's proceedings:
Mowgli - September Mixtape.mp3 (Mediafire)

Also, here's a few cheeky bonuses I got in the mail from Fat! Records. Back in March Baobinga & ID released their album Big Monster, now 8 months on they return with two remix EP's featuring the remix talents of Hektagon, DFRNT, Kill Light, Aquasky, Caninesounds, ID and of course Baobinga's house music guise of Samuel H Simpson. I'm particularly enjoying the remixes by Aquasky and Canine Sounds. Check them out at the Fat! shop on the links below.

Big Monster The Dubstep Remix EP1
1.South Manchester Weather (ID Remix).mp3
2.The Waterpark (Hektagon Remix).mp3
3.Into The Air (DFRNT Remix).mp3
4.The Machine (DFRNT Remix).mp3 (Mediafire)

Big Monster The House Remix EP2
1.Like An Arrow (Samuel H Simpson Remix).mp3
2.Like An Arrow (Kill Light Remix).mp3
3.South Manchester Weather (Caninesounds North London Remix).mp3
4.The Machine (Aquasky Remix).mp3

Chew The Fat Myspace
Fat! Records Myspace
The End Website

Invaders Must Die

So, the news is out. The title of the Prodigy's new album is 'Invaders Must Die' and it is due for release on March 2nd 2009. The band will also be following on from the release with a UK arena 'Invaders Must Die Tour' on the following dates. The tickets officially go on sale tomorrow but you can head over to to get hold of yours early as well as pre-ordering the album.

April 5th – Cardiff International Arena
April 6th – Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
April 7th – Glasgow SECC
April 9th – Birmingham NIA
April 10th – Manchester MEN Arena
April 11th – Nottingham Trent FM Arena
April 13th – Sheffield Arena
April 14th – Brighton Centre
April 17th – London Wembley Arena

The Prodigy Website

The Prodigy Myspace


Yet again, apologies for lack of posts recently. Real work sucks. Here's some mixtape's that have been entertaining me over the past week or so for you to get your teeth into.

First up is this mixtape from California's DJ Mutt. Usually producing and dabbling in the tempo of Hip Hop, he's taken time out to gather some of his favorite electronic tracks and mix the later into this pumping mixtape.

DJ Mutt - Get The Party Started Mixtape.mp3 (Mediafire)
Tracklisting in comments
DJ Mutt Myspace

Next up is this bumping mix from David Merron. Last time I posted about Merron it was in promotion for his boat parties but these were unfortunatly canceled after an energetic set lead to one of the speakers going overboard. Anyway, this lead him to concentrate more on the music and after a couple of whiskeys he produced this fine example of a mixtape.

David Merron - New York New York Mixtape.mp3 (zshare)
Tracklisting in comments

The next mixtape is a little different to the others. It's a collaboration between producers The Kickdrums and League Crew sampling the production and mixing talent's of both groups to promote the upcoming Kickdrums debut indie rock album, "Detached... At Ease" due out this December. There's more info over at The Kickdrums myspace and after a brief read these guys mean business after haveing already made some serrious production's for the likes of 50 Cent, M.O.P., Chamillionaire, Talib Kweli and John Legend to name a few.

The Kickdrums-Things Dont Change.mp3 (sendspace)
(Mixtape divided into tracks)

The Kickdrums MySpace

Last but not least is my favorite mix of the bunch from Audio Racquet which is George O'Connor's new project with Adam Ashleigh. Its a quality high energy jackin' mixtape from start to finish featuring a lot of new tracks I'm certainly unfamiliar with. Definatly one to get you hyped for the weekend.

Audio Racquet - October 2008 Mixtape.mp3 (direct link)
Tracklisting in comments

George O'Connor Website
Audio Racquet Website

Potty Mouth vs. Snap Crackle Pop

Snap Crackle & Pop

This Friday there's a jam packed night of talent being gathered at Egg, London as the boys from Snap, Crackle & Pop present the Potty Mouth Music tour. The night features the UK debut of Potty Mouth signing Santiago & Bushido with support from The Bulgarian, Heavy Feet, Scott Cooper, James Amato and of course the S,C&P boys Med Damon and Harry James.

If you're unfamiliar with sound of Potty Mouth Music then here's some samples from the recent 'We Can Play' EP from Chris James & Lee Dearn that was released on Oct 27th. You can purchase them exclusively at now.

Chris James & Lee Dearn - Torcida Cumbria (Original).mp3 (Sample) (Mediafire)
Chris James & Lee Dearn - Torcida Cumbria (Mightyfools Remix).mp3 (Sample) (Mediafire)
Chris James & Lee Dearn - Panic At The Bar Mitzvah.mp3 (Sample) (Mediafire)
Chris James & Lee Dearn - Concept Of Dancing.mp3 (Sample) (Mediafire)

Snap, Crackle & Pop Myspace

Introducing: Blende

Johan K is a young Swedish electro and techno producer and DJ working under the name of Blende whose career started in late 2006 when his first EP was released on German label Plasmapool. Since then he has gone from strength to strength gaining support from the likes of Klaxons, MSTRKRFT, Justice, Alan Braxe, D.I.M, LA Riots, Laurent Garnier, Punks Jump up, James Zabiela and DJ AM.

So how long have you been Djing?
On and off for about 10 years. I started out back in 97 playing music for myself, and consequently my mother, in my old boy room growing up in Stockholm, although I don’t think she was ever that impressed with it, haha. My friends and I also used to put on small private events and run clubs at small bars around Stockholm, but they were all pretty big failures come to think of it. However since moving for the third time to London in 2005 I’ve been pretty much doing it non-stop.

Where did your DJ name come from?
Blende comes from the name Blende Music, which I invented together with a friend of mine whom I used to make music together with when I first started out. It was literally the two of us just trying to come up with a bunch of names and choosing the one that sounded the least corny. And clearly we failed, haha.. But when he lost interest in the whole thing a few years ago I continued on my own and just removed the “music” part. I hate the name though to be honest, but it’s too late now anyway.

Can you name a record that first sparked your interest in dance music?
Oh, that was probably back in 94 when I first heard Prodigy’s second album ‘Music for the jilted generation’, it was different from anything else I had heard but I was very into bands like Rancid and NOFX back in those days, so it still felt quite natural to listen to at the time.. Back then Adam Beyer and Cari Lekebush pretty much set the bar for the Swedish techno scene, so that’s what got me completely into dance music. Although when Daft Punk came around in 96 that was also something that blew me completely away, like for any other kid at the time I guess.

How/when did you first begin making music?
Well, as anyone else who has tried can relate to more or less, it’s very hard to get gigs just being a DJ. So, fed up with it and realizing you need to release some music to get any gigs, in early 2003 I bought myself a copy of Propellerhead’s Reason and sat down with a friend and started making beats. We didn’t have a clue what we were doing, but somehow managed to get a few songs onto compilations and a few remixes straight away almost. But admittedly it sounded horrible back then, we wanted to do house music but could only make chill out beats. It’s amazing I didn’t just give up the whole thing, haha. Eventually I got bored of the down-tempo stuff and tried making a bit more energy filled music. It took me a few years though to actually come up with something I was happy with and that sounded even remotely what I wanted it to sound like.

Describe your sound in 3 words?
Not. Fucking. Breaks.

Do you prefer to remix other artists tracks or produce original material?
Remix other artists. By a mile. It’s so much easier to complete a remix for some reason rather than an original production, even if you in the end only use a hi-hat or something from the original. I have no idea why. I guess it might have to do with that you are under a certain amount of pressure working with a deadline. Completing an original song that you are happy with is ten times more pleasurable though!

Who would you most like to work with on a track and why?
I actually have a friend of mine who is about to become part of Blende, or unofficially for now anyway. The plan is for us to set up a live show together and also he will co-write a lot of the music in the future. I think we complete each other very well so it’s kind of a win-win situation for the both of us. But that’s not the answer you wanted I’m sure, haha. So – Prince anno -87, if he could do a falsetto type vocal for me.

What are your opinions on the Swedish music scene?
Err, maybe a lot of people from Sweden would disagree, but absolutely horrible! It’s too one-sided the way I see it. I really don’t get it. There is far too much minimal in the clubs, it’s beyond me that people haven’t gotten bored of that yet. And the people who used to write such nice music just a few years ago have now also gotten into minimal, more or less. But I’m sure something will come up sooner or later though that is a bit more interesting, it has to!

Where do you see yourself in 10 years time?
Still making music but hopefully not having to dj that much. I like it, but not a big fan of traveling so I would like it if I could survive on production solely. So hopefully that, and if not I’ll just have to think of something else I guess. Chef!

What was your highlight of 2008?
It hasn’t had anything to do with music I’d say. Not to say there haven’t been great times though in regards to DJing this year. Playing in one of Seoul’s biggest venues would have been quite a nice experience I reckon, but I missed a connecting flight and subsequently the whole thing.. bah

What are your plans for 2009?
I have lots of plans actually, but nothing is completely set yet. But it looks like I will be going to the US for a tour and then off to Australia, and that’s just within the first two months of the year. And also I might be writing an album for a label that is a bit bigger compared to the ones I’ve done original work for in the past. So 2009 is so far looking pretty good I’d say

Blende - November Mixtape.mp3 (sendspace)
Tracklisting in comments

Those Dancing Days - Strawberry (Blende Remix).mp3 (Mediafire)
Dylan Rhymes - Do Me (Blende Remix).mp3 (Mediafire)
Green Velvet - Destination Unknown (Blende ReWork).mp3 (Mediafire)
Blende - Untitled.mp3 (Mediafire)
Blende - Breaking Bones.mp3 (Mediafire)

Blende Myspace

Deadly Rhythm Club

Deadly Rhythm

This Saturday the Deadly Rhythm boys have Skream, Plastician, L' Vis 1990 and Tomb Crew down for their night at the Amersham Arms, New Cross. Here's a little teaser of a mixtape the guys put together plus a bonus bootleg they've been rinsing at recent events with killer results.

Deadly Rhythm Soundsystem - Together Mixtape.mp3 (zshare)
Together Intro
The Count and Sinden- We Don't Give a Damn (Extract)
Crookers Vs Benga- Day and Night (Deadly Rhythm Soundsystem Blend)
Rusko- Cockney Thug
Benga- Crunked Up
Fatboy Slim vs Math Head - 69 Nightmoves (Deadly Rhythm Soundsystem Blend)
Skream- Dutch Flowerz
Groove Armada- Superstylin'
Switch Feat. DNA - Xpand
Math Head- Turn The Music Up ( AC Slater Remix)
DJ Zinc- Super Sharp Shooter ( Rico Tubbs Remix)
Skream- Tek A Pill
Chase and Staus- Eastern Jam

Benga vs Crookers - Day N' Night! (Deadly Rhythm Soundsystem Blend).mp3 (zshare)

Deadly Rhythm Myspace