By: modyfier

Jun 09 2009

Category: Uncategorized

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CLEMENT MEYER

When I record a mix, I always start from fresh sounds I heard over the last several weeks. I don’t want to play only unreleased stuff or tracks from obscure digital labels but I try, when it’s possible, to play things not everybody already plays. I like to dig in my vinyl collection and find a track released 3 or 4 years ago that perfectly fits with current trends.

The most important thing to have as a DJ is personality. I made this mix with songs I couldn’t put in my last mix on getthecurse and it reflects what I would call my specialty: dark, sexy, warehouse music.

I try to build my mixes as a summary of an entire party, with 15 – 20 minutes of warm up, a peak time and a relevant end. I made this one with Ableton. This is only the second mix I have done with this software and it is something new to me. I’ve always considered myself a classical DJ, mixing with vinyls and cds, and this is a new transition for me.

01. Louderbach – Notes
02. Oliver Deutschmann & Koljah – Piller
03. Gwen Maze – Mercredeep

04. Signal Deluxe – Siberian Roads
05. Anja Schneider – La Roulette

06. Different Gear – Nightclubs
07. Nikkittin & Semikashev – Sharp Corner
08. Reshuffle – The Upper Shelf
09. Martin Woerner – Tilt Tuck

10. Tassilo – Pulp

11. Patrick Lindsey – Tanz Bei Nacht

12. Signal Deluxe – Mammoth

3 comments on “”

  1. T W O ° Y E A R S ° A F T E R !Great Tracks Selection & Mix !

  2. Woaw … comme j'aime!

  3. Mieux vaut tard que jamais…je découvre ce mix 2 mois après. Impeccable comme d'habitude.


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