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DJ Q^ART - Middle Ages Vol 3 (97 Style)
Enjoy 1.5 hr sequel to Middle Ages series filled with mystical soundscapes and raw beats of ‘97 style drum&bass… Vinyl Only
Middle Ages Vol 1 | Middle Ages Vol 2
TRACKLIST:
1. CODENAME JOHN - 4th Dimension (New Identity) 1998 2. REGULATE - Untouch (Hardleaders) 1997 3. INNERVISIONS - In The Shadow (Reinforced) 1996 4. K - No Sleep (Subtitles) 2001 5. GUARDIANS OF DALLIANCE - Transient (DIGITAL + SPIRIT Remix) (Moving Shadow) 1999 6. PERFECT COMBINATION - Jim The Jazz (New Identity) 1998 7. MATRIX - Snake Skin (New Identity) 1998 8. NEW MOUNT CITY BREAKERS - Strange Life (New Identity) 1998 9. LEMON D - Break It Up (Reinforced) 1996 10. ALPHA OMEGA - Future Transmissionz (Reinforced) 1999 11. NATURAL MYSTIC - Chrome (Timeless) 1999 12. BOYMERANG - Still (Prototype) 1996 13. SKEPTICAL - Sphere (Ingredients) 2010 14. INSTRA:MENTAL - Channel Zero (Demonic) 2000 15. NEOTECH - Terminal (Moving Shadow) 1997 16. GOLDIE - Mother VIP (FFRR) 1998 17. FOREIGN CONCEPT - Jaipur (Ingredients) 2011 18. RUFIGE KRU - Dark Metal (Metalheadz) 1996
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DJ Q^ART - Middle Ages Vol 3 (97 Style)

Enjoy 1.5 hr sequel to Middle Ages series filled with mystical soundscapes and raw beats of ‘97 style drum&bass… Vinyl Only

Middle Ages Vol 1 | Middle Ages Vol 2

TRACKLIST:

1. CODENAME JOHN - 4th Dimension (New Identity) 1998
2. REGULATE - Untouch (Hardleaders) 1997
3. INNERVISIONS - In The Shadow (Reinforced) 1996
4. K - No Sleep (Subtitles) 2001
5. GUARDIANS OF DALLIANCE - Transient (DIGITAL + SPIRIT Remix) (Moving Shadow) 1999
6. PERFECT COMBINATION - Jim The Jazz (New Identity) 1998
7. MATRIX - Snake Skin (New Identity) 1998
8. NEW MOUNT CITY BREAKERS - Strange Life (New Identity) 1998
9. LEMON D - Break It Up (Reinforced) 1996
10. ALPHA OMEGA - Future Transmissionz (Reinforced) 1999
11. NATURAL MYSTIC - Chrome (Timeless) 1999
12. BOYMERANG - Still (Prototype) 1996
13. SKEPTICAL - Sphere (Ingredients) 2010
14. INSTRA:MENTAL - Channel Zero (Demonic) 2000
15. NEOTECH - Terminal (Moving Shadow) 1997
16. GOLDIE - Mother VIP (FFRR) 1998
17. FOREIGN CONCEPT - Jaipur (Ingredients) 2011
18. RUFIGE KRU - Dark Metal (Metalheadz) 1996

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J Majik - Select

Codename John - Structure Of Red

Genotype - Angry Business

The Two G’$ - Energy

LTJ Bukem - Horizons

Tom & Jerry - Dancer





FACT Mix 292 - Raime (Oct ‘11)
It’s taken a certain amount of time and delicacy to coax them into  recording a mix for us, despite, or perhaps because of, their  affiliation to Blackest Ever Black,  a label independently operated by FACT’s Kiran Sande. They’re a shy,  and moreover a selective, pair. To date, Raime have created two mixes  for public consumption, but in both instances these have been released  as limited edition CD-Rs on Blackest. Their first (which you can  download here), entitled You Can’t Hide Your Headcrack,  was issued shortly ahead of their debut 12″ offering, and established  links between their own music and that of passive-aggressive industrial  and goth artists from the late 70s and early 80s. Though they weren’t  too proud to drop some familiar names – their beloved Cabaret Voltaire  and Ike Yard, for example – Headcrack was first and foremost an  act of serious diggers’ devotion, and it’s tracklist was constituted  largely by the (today) lesser-known likes of German Shepherds and  Metabolist.
A second Raime mix, Living In The Gaps We Cannot Jump, was released as part of a hand-made double-disc set, again released as a limited edition through Blackest Ever Black (the centrepiece of the set being a 5.1 surround sound DVD that  documents an installation they created for this year’s Unsound Festival  New York, The Three Chambers Of Our Entities). This selection  too situated itself firmly in the cold war years, with contributions  from Experiments With Ice, Pink Military, The Klinik, Shoc Corridor and  Nagamatzu.
But there’s something else that exerts an influence on Raime equal  to, perhaps even in excess of, that of anything from the post-punk era:  jungle. Jungle, particularly that made in ’94-’95, when the music was as  rough-hewn as it was progressive, is an essential part of Raime’s  make-up, and it’s also the focus of their FACT mix. Upon first hearing  Raime’s own records, you might doubt the links to jungle, but the more  you immerse yourself in their slender catalogue, the more obvious the  similarities become: the absolute primacy of rolling drums, the sub-bass  pressure, the cerebralism and the brute-force, the dynamism and the  dread. Hell, you could argue that Raime’s music is a vision of how  jungle might have sounded if it had embraced goth’s thorny romanticism  and early industrial’s queasy bio-mechanics.
We can but speculate; all we know for sure is that Raime know their  onions, and that their blistering FACT mix aims straight for the heart  of the ’93-’95 sound, with one stretch into ’96. From the disorienting  drum choppage of Dilijna to the rudeboy tearjerking of D’Cruze’s  ‘Nightvision’ mix, via the none-more-debonair roll of The Truper, this  mix isn’t some art-school misappropriation of the past, it’s a lean,  mean love-letter to a future that never quite came to pass – but may  still yet.
TRACKLIST:
1. Steve C and Monita – The Razors Edge – Skeleton Records 1994 2. DJ Buz – Slave – No U-Turn 1994 3. 4 Horsemen Of The Apocalypse – We Are The Future (Phantasy & Aphrodite Mix) – Tone Def 1994 4. Blame & Justice – Nightvision (D’Cruze Mix) – Moving Shadow 1994 5. Undercover Agent – Dubplate Circles – Juice 1996 6. Dillinja – Deadly Deep Subs Remix – Deadly Vinyl 1995 7. The Truper – Vol 1 Side B – Street Beats 1994 8. Doc Scott – It’s Yours – Metalheadz 1994 9. DJ Tamsin & The Monk – A Better Place (Baby Kane Remix) – White House Records 1994
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FACT Mix 292 - Raime (Oct ‘11)

It’s taken a certain amount of time and delicacy to coax them into recording a mix for us, despite, or perhaps because of, their affiliation to Blackest Ever Black, a label independently operated by FACT’s Kiran Sande. They’re a shy, and moreover a selective, pair. To date, Raime have created two mixes for public consumption, but in both instances these have been released as limited edition CD-Rs on Blackest. Their first (which you can download here), entitled You Can’t Hide Your Headcrack, was issued shortly ahead of their debut 12″ offering, and established links between their own music and that of passive-aggressive industrial and goth artists from the late 70s and early 80s. Though they weren’t too proud to drop some familiar names – their beloved Cabaret Voltaire and Ike Yard, for example – Headcrack was first and foremost an act of serious diggers’ devotion, and it’s tracklist was constituted largely by the (today) lesser-known likes of German Shepherds and Metabolist.

A second Raime mix, Living In The Gaps We Cannot Jump, was released as part of a hand-made double-disc set, again released as a limited edition through Blackest Ever Black (the centrepiece of the set being a 5.1 surround sound DVD that documents an installation they created for this year’s Unsound Festival New York, The Three Chambers Of Our Entities). This selection too situated itself firmly in the cold war years, with contributions from Experiments With Ice, Pink Military, The Klinik, Shoc Corridor and Nagamatzu.

But there’s something else that exerts an influence on Raime equal to, perhaps even in excess of, that of anything from the post-punk era: jungle. Jungle, particularly that made in ’94-’95, when the music was as rough-hewn as it was progressive, is an essential part of Raime’s make-up, and it’s also the focus of their FACT mix. Upon first hearing Raime’s own records, you might doubt the links to jungle, but the more you immerse yourself in their slender catalogue, the more obvious the similarities become: the absolute primacy of rolling drums, the sub-bass pressure, the cerebralism and the brute-force, the dynamism and the dread. Hell, you could argue that Raime’s music is a vision of how jungle might have sounded if it had embraced goth’s thorny romanticism and early industrial’s queasy bio-mechanics.

We can but speculate; all we know for sure is that Raime know their onions, and that their blistering FACT mix aims straight for the heart of the ’93-’95 sound, with one stretch into ’96. From the disorienting drum choppage of Dilijna to the rudeboy tearjerking of D’Cruze’s ‘Nightvision’ mix, via the none-more-debonair roll of The Truper, this mix isn’t some art-school misappropriation of the past, it’s a lean, mean love-letter to a future that never quite came to pass – but may still yet.

TRACKLIST:

1. Steve C and Monita – The Razors Edge – Skeleton Records 1994
2. DJ Buz – Slave – No U-Turn 1994
3. 4 Horsemen Of The Apocalypse – We Are The Future (Phantasy & Aphrodite Mix) – Tone Def 1994
4. Blame & Justice – Nightvision (D’Cruze Mix) – Moving Shadow 1994
5. Undercover Agent – Dubplate Circles – Juice 1996
6. Dillinja – Deadly Deep Subs Remix – Deadly Vinyl 1995
7. The Truper – Vol 1 Side B – Street Beats 1994
8. Doc Scott – It’s Yours – Metalheadz 1994
9. DJ Tamsin & The Monk – A Better Place (Baby Kane Remix) – White House Records 1994

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Marvellous Cain - Gun Man (V.I.P Mix)

Embee - Computer Rock

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Trinity - Chapter 19





Dieselboy - Supreme 95 (Promo Mix)
TRACKLIST:
Side AHidden Agenda - On the Roof [Metalheadz] Alex Reece - B-Boy Flavour [Metalheadz] Skanna - Find Me [Skanna] Photek - The Rain [Metalheadz] Aquasky - Images [Moving Shadow] JMJ & Richie - Free La Funk [Moving Shadow] Aquarius & Tayla - Bringing Me Down [Good Looking] M.T.S. - Inspiration [Juice] Photek - Consciousness [Photek] Desired State - Goes Around [Ram] DJ Trace - Final Chapta (Rollers Mix) [Dee Jay] DJ Hype & Ganja Max - Rinse Out [Ganja] Splash - Babylon (DJ Trace Mix PT 2) [Dee Jay] DJ Zinc - So Damn Fresh [Ganja]Side B Da Dogz - Non Stop [Prime Time Wax] Roni Size - Time Stretch (Origin Unknown remix) [V] Asylum - Steppin’ Hard [Metalheadz] Basic Movements - Bubble & Wine [Suburban Base] Desired State - Here & Now [Ram] Octave One - Technology [31] Photek - Complex [Photek] Phaze 1 - Natural [Timeless] Amazon II - Deep In The Jungle (DJ Rap remix) [Aphrodite] Roni Size - Phyzical (Vintage remix) [V] J Majik - Needle Point Majik [Metalheadz] Wax Doctor - The Step [Metalheadz] Dillinja - Heavenly Bass [Logic Productions]
DOWNLOAD: SIDE A | SIDE B

Dieselboy - Supreme 95 (Promo Mix)

TRACKLIST:

Side A
Hidden Agenda - On the Roof [Metalheadz]
Alex Reece - B-Boy Flavour [Metalheadz]
Skanna - Find Me [Skanna]
Photek - The Rain [Metalheadz]
Aquasky - Images [Moving Shadow]
JMJ & Richie - Free La Funk [Moving Shadow]
Aquarius & Tayla - Bringing Me Down [Good Looking]
M.T.S. - Inspiration [Juice]
Photek - Consciousness [Photek]
Desired State - Goes Around [Ram]
DJ Trace - Final Chapta (Rollers Mix) [Dee Jay]
DJ Hype & Ganja Max - Rinse Out [Ganja]
Splash - Babylon (DJ Trace Mix PT 2) [Dee Jay]
DJ Zinc - So Damn Fresh [Ganja]

Side B
Da Dogz - Non Stop [Prime Time Wax]
Roni Size - Time Stretch (Origin Unknown remix) [V]
Asylum - Steppin’ Hard [Metalheadz]
Basic Movements - Bubble & Wine [Suburban Base]
Desired State - Here & Now [Ram]
Octave One - Technology [31]
Photek - Complex [Photek]
Phaze 1 - Natural [Timeless]
Amazon II - Deep In The Jungle (DJ Rap remix) [Aphrodite]
Roni Size - Phyzical (Vintage remix) [V]
J Majik - Needle Point Majik [Metalheadz]
Wax Doctor - The Step [Metalheadz]
Dillinja - Heavenly Bass [Logic Productions]

DOWNLOAD: SIDE A | SIDE B

Danny Breaks - Solar Jive