We just chanced upon the sounds of Fauxe while cruising around the web today, and were surprised at the sounds we heard. A nice blend between electronica and downtempo ensues in what is essentially music geared towards chilling out than one straight for the clubs, and this is definitely something worth listening to.
You can check out his Bandcamp page here, and download the album for a price that you can choose to name.
Tired and exhausted but always on-the-go for music!
We’ve handpicked 5 tracks out of a few dozen to set various tones.
Ranging from deep house to progressive house, we’ll take you through the tracks, just to give you a feel of them.
So let’s go slow and easy first before hitting higher heights, starting with a truly deep loungey number, Abstract Source & Marco Selvaggio’s Afro Hang, on a remix by David Ortiz.
This just out not too long ago, Jody Wisternoff’s monthly podcast for this month brings together a meld of slow deep sounds to something just tilting forward towards a proper dancefloor theme.
Check out the full mix at his Soundcloud page below.
Almost a year on, and we’ve all grown (mostly older, fatter, and haggard). Still, the music lives on inside us.
A lot of things have changed, in the music scene as well as the sounds with which we have associated with certain genres. We have explored as well, and broaden our aural horizons. It’s been a good hiatus for us, to recharge, regroup, and revitalise.
Kicking things back into action is an eclectic electronic mix created by yours truly, consisting of deep house, disco house, and progressive breaks (with a tinge of dub in it, don’t frown upon the dirty word).
The mix clocks in at just slightly under an hour, a good period of time for those who are open minded to sounds and music and wish to take a foray and explore the aural scenery.
81mb, 192kbps MP3 file for those who are downloading the mix. Enjoy!
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1. Nobody Else – Dusky
2. Don’t Go (Dusky Remix) – Justin Martin
3. Knee Deep In Louise – Hot Since 82
4. Running (Disclosure Remix) – Jessie Ware
5. Vision Of Love – Bicep
6. Jaded – Toyboy & Robin
7. Mainline – Tensnake ft. Syron
8. Your Drums, Your Love (Duke Dumont Remix) – AlunaGeorge
9. Love In Traffic (Satoshi Tomiie Dark Path Mix) – Satoshi Tomiie
10. One Bright Night (Scuba’s Broken Window Dub Mix) – Way Out West
11. Legacy (Junkie XL Remix) – Infusion
12. Deliver Me (Hush Mix) – Tim Davidson feat. Stacey Kitson
With lotsa lotsa love!
Yours truly, Alvin.
Keeping up with some regularity in our shows, here’s episode 53 of The BPM Show.
Bringing some fresh sounds this week with a mix of nu-disco and electro, we gather our dancin’ shoes and hit the dancefloor in glitzy fashion.
Less talking, more music.
Presenting to you, The BPM Show, Episode 53.
Download it! (right-click, save target as): The BPM Show 053
1. Bullets (Adrian Lux & Nause Club Remix) – Rebecca & Fiona
2. Delia (Edwin Van Cleef Remix) – ProCon
3. Wherever We Are (Grum Remix) – Human Life
4. Summer Life (Style Of Eye Remix) – The Penelopes
5. The Feeling – The Knocks
6. Geronimo (Aylen Remix) – The Knocks & Fred Falke
7. Paddling Out (Wolfgang Gartner Remix) – Miike Snow
8. Turn It Down – Kaskade
9. Jane Doe (Albin Myers Remix) – Rebecca & Fiona
10. Boy (Hardwell Remix) – Adrian Lux ft. Rebecca & Fiona
11. Hard (Mysto and Pizzi Remix) – Rebecca & Fiona
12. Control Movement – Gesaffelstein
13. Silvia (Sebastian Ingrosso & Dirty South Remix) – Miike Snow
14. Dance (K Theory Remix) – Rebecca & Fiona
That’s all for this week, thanks for tuning in!
The hiatus ends here.
God knows how long since there was any form of activity up here, but the inactivity ends today as we have a brand new episode of The BPM Show up.
In this week’s mix, some really progressive tunes reside within as they blend and meld into one another. Running contrary to my usual trance direction, I take a slow walk alongside the beaten path of EDM, as I got inspired by the past material from Sasha, and Nick Warren’s recent work.
One hour, pleasure for the mind and soul.
This is The BPM Show 52.
Download it (right-click, save target as): The BPM Show 052
1. You’ve Got Me (Nhar Firefly Remix) – Lee Burton
2. Simple As That (Estroe Remix) – Verche
3. Gravity (Andrew Bayer & James Grant Remix) – P.O.S
4. Dorset Perception (Sasha’s Involver Remix) – Shpongle
5. Belong (Sasha’s Involver Remix) – Spooky
6. My Dream – Jiva
7. Your Light (Luke Chable vs Trafik Edit) – Trafik
8. Side Of The Shark – Terry Lee Brown Junior
9. Finally Mine (Gorge Remix) – Misstress Barbara & H.O.S.H.
10. Heartbreaker – Crazy P
That’s all for this week folks!
OMG we’ve been so away from this page that it’s becoming barren -big oops-.
Well, I’m glad to say that we’re finally back again with a new episode of The BPM Show.
Episode 51 has both myself (Alvin) and Sek Sheng combining together to form a mix containing 2 spectrums of trance.
First off is a laidback, sunset beach feel kinda mix, something that I personally like to listen to when I drive down the highways at night.
Sek Sheng takes over with his brand of dark progressive trance. A definite listen, it’s brooding, it’s mystical, it’s fantastic.
Here you go now, stream it, download it, your call.
Listening is a must though!
Download it! (right-click, save target as): The BPM Show 051
1. Santa Monica (Beach Mix) – Kimito Lopez
2. Opera Of Northern Ocean – Rex Mundi
3. Somewhere (Clear Blue) – Markus Schulz pres. Elevation
4. Twelve (Dousk Remix) – Tilt
5. Midnight Express – A Split Second
6. Gravity – P.O.S
7. 8th Wonder (Espen & Stian Remix) – 8 Wonders
8. Fall To Pieces – Jonas Steur ft. Jennifer Rene
9. Hide & Seek (Tiesto’s In Search Of Sunrise Remix) – Imogen Heap
1. Waiting For (Michael Mayer Remix) – Kolombo
2. Reflect – Solee
3. Here And Now – Flippers
4. La Scalars (Gesaffelstein Remix) – Speechless ft. Carl
5. Timeless City – Nikola Gala
6. Eta Carinae (Celluloid Remix) – Elfsong
7. Hypernova (Basil O’Glue Remix) – Setrise
8. Marina (Aaron Camz Remix) – Solis & Sean Truby
9. Blue Skies With Linda – Glenn Morrison
Thank you for tuning in, dear listeners.
More to come, fo sho.