JPEG – Woven Records Exclusive Mix

On April 8th 2012, I took to the turntables to make an exclusive mix only for Woven Records. Incorporating elements of UK Funky, UK Garage, Future Garage, Techno, Bass, and House made this a non-typical mix for myself. Leaving more familiar genres gave me an open mind as to how to approach this creation. After digging through many promos and releases, these tracks came together to build a single cohesive unit. It slows you down, it speeds you up, it makes you move, it makes you think.

Tracklisting:
01. Kidnap Kid – Vehl
02. Apple Bottom – Forget It
03. Karma Kid – Try As You May (Ft. Module Module)
04. Commodore 69 – Tetra Hydra (Ft. Afterburner)
05. Kasio – Back To The Garage
06. Pusherman – Shake It Off
07. Fortune Cookie – Konnekt
08. Distal – Kurgan (bd1982 Remix)
09. Bwana – Take It Slow
10. Throwing Snow – Pyre (Ft. Augustus Ghost)
11. George Fitzgerald – Friends In High Places
12. 123Mrk – Weird (Kastle Remix)

Recorded April 8th, 2012 @ Seavibe Studios.

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  • Graham A Barg

    Well done JPEG.  Enjoyed that listen.

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