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Old 11-30-2012, 08:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default FAO: Jackhammer, and those of us who appreciate a good mix

Upon coming across this video of a chill Drum & Bass mix performance, I immediately thought of Jackhammer, as I knew it would appeal to his sensibilities. However, I also thought it might be a good opportunity for those of us who appreciate the art of DJ mixing to share some of our favorites, preferably a video of the DJ actually performing the mix (but not required).

Anyway, onward. Jackhammer, I dedicate this thread and this video to you, as I would not have posted it without knowing that at least one person here would enjoy it.

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Old 12-02-2012, 06:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I feel absolutely honoured Freebase and thank you. This is a very decent mix and I need to download this.

I am sorry there are no vids here but the UK label Moving Shadow specialised in DnB and produced yearly mixes on CD for 99p/ 1.99p in major stores and made some awesome mixes:

as the album name suggests this is from 1998 but real class DnB. I have most on my HD if you want them.

Apologies for no DJ mix vids.

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