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Published on January 15th, 2020 | by Fifties


Digital Gangsters – Digitally Mashed Vol.2: Hacked (Bass n’ Breakbeat)

Greetings henchmen & hence gals! Back by popular demand the Digital Gangsters bring you the second in their highly acclaimed “Digitally Mashed’ series. ‘Hacked’ brings you more breaks, more bass and more exclusives and re-edits as well as tunes we have been digging over the past year and beyond. We have 3 tracks included in this mix that are all yours for FREE via our Bandcamp page.
If you like what you hear please spread the love!

Free Tracks:

Stream Mix: Mix

Download Mix:

1. Digital Gangsters Intro
2. Soulwax – Heaven Scent
3. Thunderbug – Thunderbug
4. Stretch & Vern – Get Up, Go Insane (Plump DJs Remix
5. Rico Tubbs, Terry Hooligan – Horns (Mutantbreakz Remix)
6. Perpetual Present – ElektroShock Therapy (Boundless Frequencies Remix)
7. Bellecour – Calibrator
8. Digital Gangsters – GO! (FREE DOWNLOAD)
9. Goom Gum – Ananda
10. Shpongle, Out of Orbit (Eitan Reiter) – No Disco (Red Axes Remix)
11. Digital Gangsters – Rhubarb Bikini (FREE DOWNLOAD)
12. Illusionize -YO
13. Stanton Warriors – Hey Now
14. Phlegmatic Dogs – Bastard
15. Plump DJs – Beat Myself Up (Ollie’s Secret Cupboard Remix)
16. Playful & Noisey – New Dance
17. Yankee – Bring Me Down
18. Kid Panel – My Bassline
19. Meat Katie & Peter Paul – Queen for a Day (Ben Coda Remix)
20. Mihalis Safras & Green Velvet – Pez
21. Tom Zaneti – Bad Man Fire
22. Digital Gangsters – Belljar (FREE DOWNLOAD)
23. Prodigy – Girls (Rex The Dog Remix)
24, Damon Jee – Keeper (Digital Gangsters: Praying for Foals Edit)
25. Chemical Brothers – No Geography (Digital Gangsters Re-Edit)

About the Author

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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