Kill Em All - Filthy Dukes & Stopmakingme mixes

Posted in Downloads Music News Kill Em All Blog Takeover on Monday 18th January, 2010 by Dan Avery


Some more action from our friends over at Kill Em All including brand new mixes from residents Filthy Dukes and Stopmakingme alongside some brand new music from their world. Kill Em All takes place at fabric again this Friday with one of their biggest lineups to date.

Filthy Dukes Winter Sun Mix

Something to warm you up this winter, here's Tim from the Dukes:

"Here's a little mix i've just put together. I was traveling around on trains in the snow and compiled all these tracks into a playlist. It's a mix for sitting on trains rushing through snow covered fields with the sun pouring in through the window. OR...just sitting in your bedroom with five layers on trying to keep warm. Hope this warms you up a bit.

Enjoy.
t.x."


(Tracklisting in the player)



Stopmakingme - Off Modern Mix


Here's some of the stuff I've really loved playing out recently as well as two of my latest remixes for Boy 8-Bit and We Have Band. It really shows the kind the thing you can expect to hear from me in club right now. Have fun.



Tracklist:

Green Velvet & Kid Sister - Everybody Wants
Boy 8-Bit - A City Under Siege (Stopmakingme Remix)
Tiga - Sex O'Clock (Matias Aguayo Remix)
Populette - Mommy (TBD Remix)
Booka Shade & Marc Romboy - Everyday Of My Life (Martin Landsky Remix)
Sven Brede - Sweat
Sloppy Seconds - Feel It
Hot City - No More
Lykke Li - Dance Dance Dance (Dixon Edit)
Touch Sensitive - Body Stop
Sounds Superb - Pseudo Wind
Boogie Corporation - Dirty Rips
Kraftwerk - Aero Dynamik
We Have Band - Divisive (Stopmakingme Remix)
In Flagranti - ExExEx (Golden Bug Remix)
Pink Skull - Peter Cushing

Hand Me Down Your Love

2010 is already shaping up to be a great year for albums. I have fallen head over heels in love with the new Hot Chip record -' One Life Stand.' Please go and pre-order it now, it is very special indeed; quiet and considered with only a couple of possible crossover pop bangers, it is all the better for it. The production is damn near perfect throughout an in my opinion, its easily their best work to date.

Here is my favourite track from it: Hot Chip - Hand Me Down Your Love (128)

I'm also loving the new record from Pantha Du Prince out in February on Rough Trade. Buy 'Black Noise' here. It reminds me of a lot of the stuff from Output at the start of last decade. This track, in particular, has a really nice 'Colder' feel to it and a bassline to make you green with jealousy that you didn't write it:

Pantha Du Prince - Nomads Retreat (128)

Youth

Here's a massive new record from the impossibly young Bobmo, available to buy soon. His own refix is way better than the original - this is proper big room stuff.

Bobmo - Rock The (Refix) [128]

And finally, here's some more proof of the thriving, underground music scene in Portugal at the moment.

Mirror People is the latest project from the maestro Rui Maia who has already had records out on Bear Funk and Untracked Recordings - if you only buy one record this week, make sure it's 'Cantonese Man.' His love for Moroder and Kraftwerk clearly shines through on this remix for Neon Indian. It also reminds me quite a lot of Washed Out - which is a very good thing.

If you're into your 'slo-mo' disco, you need this in your life (on that note, has everyone heard the new Tensnake single? That man will kill it in 2010!)...

Neon Indian - Mind Drips (Mirror People Remix)

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