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Danse Macabre Halloween 2010

Danse Macabre Halloween 2010

Playing tracks by

Piano Tune, ONE OF THEM, It, Twist 'Em Out (tease), Come again and more.

Studio version of the big big set Voodootronix played at the 'Danse Macabre' party, 30th October 2010 at the legendary underground venue the 491 Gallery.

"As promised, 43 tunes in one hour :) This is the first time I have performed a portion of the mixing using a controller connected to Serato which allows me to drastically affect the BPM of tracks, this translates as seamless changes between genres at 180bpm and 145. Have a listen to 'Chill' > 'Piano Tune' and you'll see what I mean."

With tunes of the moment such as 'Sweetshop remix', Chill, Link to the Past and Cracks (Flux Pavilion remix) not to mention Shock One's epic remixes of 'Polygon' and 'Die For You' as well as classics such as 'Stigma'& 'Original Nuttah' this a perfect portrait of DNB at the end of the end of the decade. Packed with seriously tough beats and bass and defined by high-speed mixing, Voodootronix races through the tunes at an average pace of 1.5 minutes per track!

Enjoy!

Comments

Voodootronix

Err...sorry? I don't think it's much faster than 140...maybe 145 tops. Sorry I messed with Sub Focus's artistic statement dude, I had no idea that DJs playing tunes at speeds other than that at which they were originally recorded was so unusual :P

Dr. Lovve
Dr. Lovve

You played last jungle too fast. It's 140 as a tribute to Sub Focus's inspiration & the long tradition of 140 bpm jungle.