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A Mixed Bag of Classic House 4

A Mixed Bag of Classic House 4

Playing tracks by

Mr. Fingers, Ultra Nate, Robert Owens, Crystal Waters, Ramp and more.

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This upload was 71st in the #club chart.

Hi! It's been a while. I got so busy with event DJing and promotion that I hadn't recorded a new mix in about seven months.

So, here it is! I was inspired by my recent "An Old School House Night" event to produce more 80s/90s house mixes. Here's the first Mixed Bag of Classic House mix since 2014, recorded completely from vinyl and featuring classics by Armand Van Helden, Ultra Nate, Crystal Waters, and even old-school masters like Mr. Fingers and Robert Owens. This is an ALL-VINYL SET, mixed manually without sync, using some ultra-rare remixes.

I'll admit: The first transition (From "Can You Feel It" to "Rejoicing") is pretty rough. I didn't realize HOW rough it was until I had finished recording; oops! I'm leaving it in to show that I'm far from perfect. :) The rest of the transitions are much, much better, I assure you.

WARNING: Mix includes some foul language.



TC Buck
TC Buck

Let me post what I have. Dry no Mix.

TC Buck
TC Buck

Yo Badger. Still keeping the head smooth I hope. I remember the Gypsy bathroom just you and me. LOL. Got a EDM dance set with Haskell Indian Nations University. Very exciting!!! Got any advice. It's coming up on April 23rd. I'll be using digital turntables, and one vinyl turn style. wanna come up to Lawrence, KS to peep it out??? or not. What eve. Miss Ya, T.C. Buck, probably gets laid more than you.

DJ Badger
DJ Badger

You probably do get laid more than I. You always did, and I still have the T-shirt that says so. (For those who don't know: That's serious. I actually have a T-shirt proclaiming that TC Buck gets laid more than I do.)

April 23rd sounds familiar, like I have something going... but I'll consider heading up there for this if I can. My main advice would be to not overthink things. Practice mixing when you can, but don't fret it if you make mistakes here and there. Mistakes are part of the process. Good tracks are always better than good mixing (but being able to provide both is awesome).

I still have some vinyl somewhere around here that I owe you. :) I haven't forgotten. I hope this finds you doing well!

Oh, yeah... and I still keep the head smooth. Ha ha! (Again, for those who don't know: The Gypsy Coffee House men's room was where I buzzed off all my hair for the first time - long story - and TC was there when it happened.)