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DJ Mixes

Published on September 15th, 2015 | by Fifties

Medic – Stonehenge Death Rave

Medic is one of those Djs I have been following from the myspace days. All the way from Baltimore, he is a talented dj, not afraid to mash it up! With a grungy edge, his roots are in music such as Nine Inch Nails, The Chemical Brothers, Meat Beat Manifesto, Bassnectar, Die Antwoord, M.I.A. and The Prodigy to name a few. With many twists and turns you never know what to expect next, but I can guarantee it will be something good!

To sum it up, here’s a little bit from the artist himself:

‘It’s not uncommon for me to jump around from one style to another in my mixes, changing it up and juxtaposing tracks from different genres or time periods, mixing fresh cuts with classics, something upbeat with something dark, and so on. I like the contrast and I appreciate the challenge involved. I feel as though to some degree it’s simply inherent to me as a DJ – I like many different types of music, and it’s fun to try and bring it all together into a cohesive blend that somehow works, even if there are some twists and turns along the way.’

‘I also try to challenge listeners to some degree as well. I think it’s cool to play tracks that you know will resonate with people, and naturally I want people to enjoy my mixes, but I also think it’s good to spice things up and experiment along the way, to try new things (even if that new thing is some obscure gem from 20 years ago). I hope to expand the listener’s musical horizons or introduce them to something they may not have expected or heard before. Ultimately though, I just want to provide people with a unique, enjoyable, and moving experience and to connect with others through the bond of music. That’s what really motivates me.’
Tracklist:

01 – Bassnectar – Loco Ono (Bassnectar + Stylust Beats Remix)
02 – The Crystal Method – High Roller
03 – The Chemical Brothers – One Too Many Mornings
04 – Bjork – Army Of Me
05 – Mos Def + Diverse – Wylin Out (Kut Masta Kurt Remix)
06 – Siouxsie and the Banshees – Kiss Them For Me
07 – The Orb – Little Fluffy Clouds
08 – Tweaker – Linoleum (Wamdue 2-Step Vocal Experience)
09 – Layo + Bushwacka! – Dr. Teeth
10 – The Bravery – Time Won’t Let Me Go (Tall Paul Remix)
11 – OhGr – Solow
12 – Gus Gus – Purple
13 – Depeche Mode – I Am You
14 – Underworld – Jumbo
15 – Pegboard Nerds ft. Elizaveta – Hero (Original Mix)
16 – Goldfrapp – Crystalline Green

 


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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