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Published on December 8th, 2016 | by Fifties

Advent Day 2016 #8 – Fifties: iDJ Raw Talent Mix (2006)

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Throwback Thursday! #8 in our calendar sees me rewinding to over ten years ago. I think this is probably the third mixtape i ever made. It was the era of myspace and  i had it on my page for people to download and listen to. No Soundcloud then folks! I used a little site called

Back then I was only able to do about 4 demos a year due to the price of buying records. It got a lot of praise from my piers so I decided to send it into iDJ (now no longer in publication) for their Raw Talent Competition and it got featured! With so much encouragement I graduated from the bedroom to the club and got my first gig – as they say … the rest is history!

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1. Wha Wha Wha – Voltique (Get Physical)
2. Big Day (Booka Shade Remix) – Tahiti 80 (Atmospheriques)
3. Susshols (Falho Brochsicper Remix) – Gabriel Ananda (Treibstoff)
4. Electronic Electro (Andrea Bertolini Remix) – David Amo & Julio Navas
(Cyber Production)
5. In My Life – Sound Alliance (Spectrum)
6. Vegas Heat – Hook & Sling (Hussle N Bussle)
7. The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat – Craig Bratley (Robsoul Recordings) w/DT’s Flashapella (Music Man Records)
8. Flash (Timos Maas’ Dirty Dub) – Green Velvet (Music Man Records)
9. Black Jack – Plump Djs (Finger Lickin’ Records) w/Nothing to Loose Acapella – Kid Blue (Lot 49)
10. Nothing to Loose – Kid Blue (Lot 49)
11. Funk Down Low (Force Mass Motion Remix) – Rob Reng Ft. Ninelives The Cat (Ruff Dog Recordings)
12. Power Cut (Rewired Remix) – Koma & Bones (TCR)
13. Erotic Discourse – Paul Woolford (2020 Vision)
14. Night Falls – Booka Shade (Get Physical)

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Born in an irish field - dj, designer, radio show host and blogger Louise 'Fifties' O'Donnell went out into the world with one mission in mind. To hunt down big phat bass lines and share them with the masses. Dedicated to finding new music she is always on the trail of new talent as well as the big playas.

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