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Mixes for your weekend

Yes yes. It's friday again, and I've encountered some nice mixtapes this week, so it's time to share these findings with you, our dear reader(s). This time all the mixes are drum'n'bass. No house or techno or any other crap.

Have a listen, and enjoy your weekend.

Mark Slavin - Atmospheric Session March 2013

First we have an atmospheric drum'n'bass mix from one of my favourite DJ's, Mark Slavin from Tallinn, Estonia. I'll let him describe the mix:
"A selection of mostly new atmospheric/liquid sounds, dedicated to this year's winter which is reluctant to leave and give way to the spring."

Adam Elemental - Guest Mix for BunZer0

Adam Elemental, who used to call himself just Elemental back in the day, is/was one of my favourite dubstep producers with releases on labels like Hotflush, Destructive and his own label Runtime.
These day's he's doing drum'n'bass, and his guest mix for BunZer0's show on SUB.FM showcases his new tunes and some of the stuff he's been feeling recently.
Btw, grab a free track "Lonely Planet" from his forthcoming "Exile" Ep via XLR8R.

Bop x Abstract Elements Organic Guest Mix

I don't know why is this called Bop & Abstract Elements, because Abstract Elements = Bop + Diagram.
Anyway, these guys from St. Petersburg made a dope guest mix for Organic. Check it out. It's dope.

Phuture-T presents: The Eastern Promise Audio Show, Jungletrain.net 15-03-2013

Now here's a long mix. Almost 4 hours of all kinds of cool drum'n'bass, from the last friday's Eastern Promise Audio radio show hosted by Phuture-T. From dubby steppers to dark moody vibes to badass drumfunk choppage action.

Microfunk.ru presents: parts & sequences

In december the St. Petersburg -based crew/website Microfunk announced a follow up for their previous project, Applied Minimalism where participants were encouraged to create music using only the TR-808 kick drum as the only sound source.

In the new project called Parts and Sequences people were asked to send drums, basses, pads, melodies and whatnot in order to create a tune together. Obviously the samples had to be in the same tempo (170) and key (Am or C). I was planning to participate too but I actually forgot.

Anyway, the end result is now here, but because of the sheer amount and variety of the sounds provided, Bop, Jalex and Oak ended up creating a live session consisting of six "scenes" instead of just writing one tune.

Check the results from the video above or soundcloud player below, or download it:
MP3 / FLAC + .cue

Parts & Sequences by microfunk-crew

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