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Published on November 13th, 2013 | by Fifties

Hexadecimal’s Guide to Breaks 2013 (DJ Mix)

Introducing to you the new Hexadecimal mix. Showcasing his favorite breaks tracks of the year so far, he just goes to show that there are decent breaks tunes out there if you delve deep enough! Sticking a finger up to all the electro/dubstep inspired tracks this mix is heavy on the vocals with plenty of hands in the air moments. Listen for yourself and get an earful of proper 2013’s best!

Tracklist: 

01 Keith Mackenzie – Boom Bap (Original Mix)
02 DJ Hero – Bobs (Original Mix)
03 DJ Fixx & Ill DJ Chris B – Piano Jam (Original Mix)
04 The Hustle & Mafia Kiss – Looking At You Know (The Juice Squad Mix)
05 DJ Mondo – Feel My Style (Original Mix)
06 Keith Mackenzie – Work Dat (Original Mix)
07 Ondamike, & D-reDD – We Believe (DJ Hero Remix)
08 Bella – All My Bitches (Original Mix)
09 DJ Fixx – Throwback (Original Mix)
10 Stanton Warriors – Cut Me Up (Original Mix)
11 Stanton Warriors – Where’s The Beef (Original Mix)
12 Beta – Bounce This (Original Mix)
13 Deakaluka – Get Up (Adam Highway Remix)
14 Blacklist – Dumb Dumb (Original Mix)
15 Skee Lo – I Wish (Plump DJs Remix)
16 Fisso & Spark – Dynamic (Beatsmack Remix)
17 F-Word – Fail Tonight (Dubaxface Remix)
18 Dubaxface – Push It (Original Mix)
19 JX – Son of a Gun (Plump DJs Mix)
20 Alex Metric & Mark Yardley – Ilium (Original Mix)
21 Monk3ylogic – Evil Tweaky Cat (Original Mix)
22 Ying N Yang Ft Marc Spence – Superbad Sisters (Original Mix)
23 Aggresuvnes – Playing With Fire (Original Mix)
24 Shade K – Machine (Original Mix)
25 Bastille – Pompeii (Breaking News Remix)

Check out Hexadecimal’s latest remix here:

 

 


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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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