6 Mix

6 Mix 2011-02-27 The Disco Train with Marc Hughes

“The disco train rides again as DJ Marc Hughes returns for the latest edition of his 6 Mix residency. Marc – a Ministry Of Sound resident who’s recently DJed across Europe and Brazil – plays the best in old skool house from the last thirty years, alongside his favourite disco tunes in a 40 minute sweep of glitterball action. In the last half hour Marc will be in the mix, playing an upfront selection of techno influenced club music.”
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6 Mix 2011-02-27 The Disco Train with Marc Hughes [Filesonic]

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6 Mix 2011-02-20 Jamie XX from The XX takes over the 6 Mix

“One third of the Mercury Awards winners The XX and 2011’s most in-demand remix artist, Jamie XX, takes over the 6 Mix. Formed in London in 2005, the XX released their debut album in 2009, with its sparse, minimal production by Jamie pricking up the ears of scenesters and musicians alike. In 2010 his reworking of Florence And The Machine’s cover of ‘You Got The Love’ set the online world alight, and already this year his remix of Adele’s ‘Rolling In The Deep’ has become one of the most blogged tunes worldwide. As he prepares to release ‘We’re New Here’ – his dubstep and old skool house flavoured reworking of Gill Scott Heron’s 2010 album ‘I’m New Here’, Jamie takes over the 6 Mix to play a selection of the music which inspired his productions alongside some of his current favourites. Jamie also tells the story of how he came to remix the whole Gil Scott Heron album and the dance music influences which informed its radical reworking.”
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6 Mix 2011-02-20 Jamie XX from The XX takes over the 6 Mix [Uploading.com]

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6 Mix 2011-02-13 Andrew Weatherall returns to the 6 Mix decks

“Iconic DJ Andrew Weatherall returns for the latest edition of his 6 Mix residency. One of Britain’s best loved DJs, Andrew was thrust back into the public eye last November by Primal Scream, when they performed their Weatherall-produced magnum opus – Screamadelica – live for the first time in full. Since then Andrew has been the subject of an internet fan campaign to get him a weekly radio show and has confirmed he’ll be the Primals’ tour DJ when they take Screamadelica on the road over the UK this spring, celebrating its twentieth anniversary. In his latest 6 Mix show, Andrew plays an eclectic selection of music, from folk to rockabilly, via dub and minimal techno as well as new work and remixes fresh from his Rotters Golf Club studio in East London. In the final 30 minutes of the show, Andrew throws opens the doors to his ‘Sunday night disco’ featuring a live 30 minute mix of upfront new dance music from balearic beats to techno bangers.”
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6 Mix 2011-02-13 Andrew Weatherall returns to the 6 Mix decks [Fileserve download]

Tracklist:
The Liminanas — Jes Suis Pas Tres Drogue
Wild Nothing — Take Me In
RD Burnham — Lekrham Dinana Dil
The Black Angels — Black Grease
Sore Eros — Running Down
White Fence — That Mexican Thing/Life Is to Short
‘Haunted’ George — the Tomb
Seefeel — Faultis
Pogo Ltd — Don’t Pull Me Down
Blank Dogs — Goes By
Wire — Bad Worn Things
Pama International Meet Mad Professor — Justified Dub
the Two Bears — The Lunatics Have Teken Over The Asylum
The Dirtbombs — Cosmic Cars
Frente Cumbiero — Pitchito
Gustav Temple And The Blades — Puddings And Pies
Secret Life — Witches
Big Boi — Shutterbugg
Tearist — Headless
Pink Industry — Don’t Let Go
Andrew’s Sunday Night Disco
Pablo — Stratus (Weatherall remix)
Alice Gold — Runaway Love (Weatherall remix)
Andrew Weatherall — A Love From Outer Space
Soft Metals — Another Goodbye
Margot — Vocci Giaga

6 Mix 2011-02-06 Erol Alkan

“Erol Alkan returns to the 6 Mix, taking you on a sonic journey through bleeps, beats, beasts and bass from the cutting edge of club culture. Since his last show, Erol has been busy touring Australia and America as well as being hard at work in the studio, remixing MGMT and Tame Impala. In his latest 6 Mix, Erol delves into the crates to unearth a selection of hidden gems alongside a selection of upfront electronic and experimental sounds. In the final 30 minutes, Erol’s ‘mystery mix’ returns, with a secret selection of future club bangers destined to shake the dancefloor in 2011.”
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6 Mix 2011-02-06 Erol Alkan [Filesonic download]

Tracklist:
Tame Impala — Why Won’t You Make Up Your Mind (Erol Alkan Remix)
Chromeo — Hot Mess (Djedjotronik Remix 2)
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs — Household Goods (Justin Martin Instrumental)
Canblaster — Clockworks
Zombie Nation — Chick Flick
Jungle Brothers — I’ll House You (Unknown Glitch Mix)
Breakbot — Shades Of Black
[unknown] — UNKNOWN TRACK (From the Love Edits vinyl)
Ah Zha! — Disco Powerplay
Benoit & Sergio — Boy Trouble
Yes Wizard — Elephant & Castle (Duke Dumont Remix)
Vallery Allington — Stop (Marcello Giodani Edit)
Shadow Dancer — Paralax
Pional — We Have Been Waiting For You
Chaz Jankel — Glad To Know You
Midnight Savari — Rimshots
Belle and Sebastian — Your Cover Is Blown
Jan Hammer — Don’t You Know

EROL ALKAN IN THE MIX
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6 Mix 2011-01-30 Hercules & Love Affair Takeover

“Hercules and Love Affair bring their brand of uplifting house and disco to the 6 Music airwaves. The brainchild of New York DJ and producer Andy Butler, Hercules set tongues wagging three years ago with the release of their disco infused debut on James Murphy’s DFA Recordings. Its stand out track, Blind – featuring the vocals of Mercury Award winner Anthony Hegarty – became an underground hit, with a remix by legendary producer Frankie Knuckles setting the blogs alight. Since then Butler has toured all over the world, worked with musical hero August Darnell from Kid Creole and The Coconuts and raided the sounds of 1980s Chicago for his sophomore album, ‘Blue Songs’, out later this month. In his 6 Mix, Andy plays a selection of classic disco and house music which inspired the new LP, alongside some of his current favourite music making New York dancefloors move.”
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6 Mix 2011-01-30 Hercules & Love Affair Takeover [Filesonic download]

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6 Mix 2011-01-23 Gang of Four

“Post punk pioneers Gang of Four take over the 6 Mix. Formed by singer John King and guitarist Andy Gill at Leeds University in 1977, Gang of Four released a string of acclaimed singles in the late 1970s and early 1980s including ‘Damaged Goods’ and ‘I Love A Man In Uniform.’ For a period of time they became one of Britain’s most talked-about bands, but future releases failed to live up to the hype and by the mid 1980s, the band had drifted into obscurity. A series of releases during the early 1990s helped them maintain a cult following, but eventually the band called it a day in 1994. Many expected Gang of Four to become a footnote in musical history, but all of sudden, in the early 2000s, a wave of then hot new bands including Franz Ferdinand, The Rapture and the Futureheads started citing Gang of Four’s early material as a key influence on their sound. Following this fresh and unexpected wave of interest, Gill and King reformed the band in 2004 and started recording again. As they prepare to release their first new album in 16 years entitled ‘Content’, Andy and John take over the 6 Mix decks to play a selection of music from the last 40 years which inspired them to make music and has informed the sound of their new LP.”
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6 Mix 2011-01-23 Gang of Four [Filesonic download]

Tracklist:
Jimi Hendrix – Star Spangled Banner
Big Youth – Train To Rhodesia
The Velvet Underground – Venus In Furs
Dr. Feelgood – Roxette
Muddy Waters – Honey Bee
Chic – Good Times
Funkadelic – One Nation Under A Groove
Bob Marley – Soul Rebel
Van Morrison – Cyprus Avenue
The White Stripes – Seven Nation Army
The Rolling Stones – Sympathy For The Devil
Marvin Gaye – I Heard It Through The Grapevine
Jimi Hendrix – All Along The Watchtower
Bob Dylan – Not Dark Yet
I Roy – First Cut Is The Deepest
Free – Woman
Missy Elliott – Work It
Björk – Hyperballad
Lily Allen – Smile
Kylie Minogue – Can’t Get You Out Of My Head
I Heart Hiroshima – Sisters
The xx – Islands
The Walkmen – We’ve Been Had
Ume – Pendulum
Seun Kuti – Fire Dance
Suuns – Armed For Peace
The xx – Vcr

6 Mix 2011-01-16 Back to the Phuture: Blancmange and Mirrors

“Record company boss and electronic music enthusiast Mark Jones continues his series exploring synthesised music past and present. On the latest show, Mark talks to 80s keyboard duo Blancmange. Described by Mute Records’ Daniel Miller as the “maiden aunts of electronic music,” Blancmange shot to fame in the early 1980s with a string of top 10 hits including ‘Living On the Ceiling’, ‘Blind Vision’ and ‘Don’t Tell Me’. Having been cited as influences by bands including La Roux and Faithless – who recently collaborated with vocalist Neil Arthur on their album ‘The Dance’ – the band release a new album in March after a 25 year break. The duo join Mark to talk about the music which inspired them to pick up electronic instruments, why they’ve decided to reunite after a quarter of a century apart and what they’ve been up to in the intervening years. In the last half hour of the show, there’s a guest mix from new Brighton-based electro band Mirrors. Having toured Europe with OMD at the tail end of last year, the band play a mix of the ‘synthfluences’ which have informed their debut album ‘Lights And Offerings’, due out in February. Mark also plays an exclusive track from upcoming new Human League album ‘Credo’, due out on his label in March.”
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6 Mix 2011-01-16 Back to the Phuture: Blancmange and Mirrors [Filesonic download]

6 Mix 2011-01-16 Back to the Phuture: Blancmange and Mirrors
Tracklist:
Japan — Quiet Life
MNDR — Fade To Black
Blancmange — Living On The Ceiling
Omd — Vcr
Propaganda — Dr Mabuse
The Human League — Never Let Me Go
Mirrors — Into The Heart
Blancmange — Don’t Tell Me
King Crimson — The Devil’s Triangle
Terry Riley — A Rainbow In Curved Air
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band — Moonlight On Vermont
Brian Eno — Baby’s On Fire
Delia Derbyshire — Doctor Who Theme
Pere Ubu — Nonalignment Pact
Young Marble Giants — Brand New Life
Roxy Music — Street Life
The Human League — Being Boiled
Kraftwerk — The Robots
Blancmange — The Western

MIRRORS MIX
Gas — Gas I
Kraftwerk — Radioactivity
Fad Gadget — Sleep (Electro Induced Original)
Drexciya — Temple Of Dos De Agua
Brian Eno & David Byrne — Help Me Somebody
Susumu Yokota — Future Tiger
Michael Bundt — La Chasse Aux Microbes
Tangerine Dream — No Man’s Land
LFO — Nurture
Carl Craig — At Les
Bruce Haack — Mean Ol Devil
David Bowie — Art Decade
Carl Craig — Mind Of A Machine
Aphex Twin — We Are The Music Makers
Basic Channel — Phylyps Track
LFO — Premacy
Pierre Henry — Waves (Vagues)

The Knife — Silent Shout
The Associates — White Car In Germany
Roedelius — Homage A Forst
New Order — Procession
Kraftwerk — Europe Endless
The Human League — Dancevision
Thomas Brinkmann — Walk With Me
Harmonia — Dino
Oneohtrix Point Never — Zones Without People
Oneohtrix Point Never — Russian Mind
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark — Enola Gay
Severed Heads — Dead Eyes Opened
Chris Carter — Electrodub
The Advisory Circle — Nuclear Substation Pif
Kraftwerk — Endless Endless
Eine Kleine Nacht Musik — GÖtterdÄmmerung
LFO — Nevertheless
Kraftwerk — Metropolis
Moritz Von Oswald Trio — Pattern 4

6 Mix 2011-01-09 Future Funk with Ali B

“DJ Ali B returns to BBC 6 Music with a selection of his future funk. A former resident of London’s Fabric nightclub, Ali started his career working at the Blue Note club before going to work as a promoter and DJ in mainstream dance music. He became heavily involved in the breaks scene before returning to his first love; funk. His weekly night at London’s Paradise club has become a hot ticket and in the last year he’s played at the Burning Man festival in America and the Winter Olympics in Canada. In his latest 6 Mix show, Ali plays an eclectic mix of tracks from the last thirty years of music given a fresh and funky twist with modern production.”
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6 Mix 2011-01-09 Future Funk with Ali B [Filesonic download]

Tracklist:
Featurecast – Kick It
J-Roc – Rock The Funk
Pimpsoul – On Point
Mooqee & Pimpsoul – Let It Pop
Skillz – We About To Hit Ya
Ali B & Nick Thayer – Music
DJ Love – Zigga Zigga (Fort Knox Five Remix)
Red Hot Chili Peppers – Under The Bridge (Pimpsoul & Funkhunters Edit)
Mooqee Vs Beatvandals – Back Up
Bow Wow Wow – I Want Candy (Fort Knox Five Edit)
Ak’Sent Ft Beenie Man – Zingy
Antibalas Vs Dead Prez – Turn Off The Radio (Smalltown DJs Edit
Twista Ft Pharrel Williams – Give It Up
Aretha Franklin – Rocksteady (Fuzzbox Edit)
Kings of Leon – Pistol Of Fire (Mark Ronson Remix)
Hoop & Baloo – Bittersweet La La La
Jean Knight Vs Lyrics Born – Mr Big Stuff (J-Roc Edit)
Naughty By Nature Ft. MF Doom – O.P.P. Melody (Jim Sharp Edit)
Jimi Hendrix – Foxy Lady (Breaks Edit)
Johnny Cash – When The Man Comes Around (DJ Eleven Edit)
Klaxons – No Diggity
Audited Beats – Hillbilly Jam
George Michael – Faith [Krispy Edit]
Otis Redding – It’s Too Late (Jim Sharp Edit)
Shirley Bassey – Light My Fire – (Kenny Dope Remix)
Nostalgia 77 – Seventh Nation Army
DJ Shadow – I’ve Been Trying
The Transatlantics – Couldn’t Be Him

ALI’S STRICTLY SEVENS MIX
Keith Mansfield – Funky Fanfare
Monty Alexander – Monty Alexander
Noble Watkins – Sing A Simple Song
Big John Hamilton – Big Bad John
Camille Yarbrough – Take Yo’ Praise
Fort Knox Five – Funk & Peace (Ali B Remix)
David Axelrod – Holy Thursday

6 Mix 2011-01-02 Ben Watt

“SynopsisDJ and producer Ben Watt returns for the second edition of his 6 Mix residency, exploring the world of leftfield dance and electronic music present and future. The head of pioneering deep house label and club night Buzzin’ Fly, Ben was formerly half of acoustic duo Everything But The Girl before a life threatening illness led him to experience a damascene conversion to dance music in the late 1990s. After a busy 2010 celebrating Buzzin Fly’s 50th single release and releasing his partner Tracey Thorn’s solo album. Ben kicks of 2011 with a selection of alt-electronic pop, deep house and classic tunes from his record box. They’ll also be some of his tips on who to watch out for across the electronic music spectrum in 2011.”
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6 Mix 2011-01-02 Ben Watt [Filesonic download]

Tracklist:
Tevo Howard — The Age Of Compassion (Aera Recompassion Mix) – Buzzin’ Fly
Evan Evans — Repetition (John Daly Remix) – Delusions Of Grandeur
Snoretex — Strange Aeons – White
Tracey Thorn — Sister Winter – Strange Feeling
Kate Bush — Watching You Without Me (Chris Woodward ‘I’m Not Here’ Mix) – White
Letherette — Cherryade – Ho Tep

Ben In The Mix
Will Saul & Tam Cooper — Room In Your Heart (Wolf + Lamb Slow Hands Mix) – Simple
Klein & M.B.O. — The M.B.O. Theme – Atlantic
Solomun — Hypnotize – Diynamic
Sh*t Robot — Tuff Enuff (Michael Mayer Remix) – DFA
Deniz Kurtel — The L Word feat. Jada (Guy Gerber’s Countryside Remix) – Crosstown Rebels
Arcade Fire — The Suburbs (Continued) – Merge
Johnny D and Nicky P present The Brooklyn Zoo — Wild Kingdom – 4th Floor
Brusque Twins — Cliff Dweller – MP3
Esa and Mervin Granger — Luxarama (Midnight Marauders Remix) – Rememory
Flowers and Sea Creatures — International – Buzzin’ Fly
Brian Eno — Dunwich Beach, Autumn, 1960 – Editions EG
Abacus — We Cookin’ Now – Guidance
Sleazemaster — Chorditekno (Jussi-Pekka Remix) – Subself
Todd Rundgren — Torch Song – Bearsville

Flowers and Sea Creatures — A.M. (Fred Everything Stripped Mix) – Buzzin’ Fly
Azari & III — Into The Night (Nicolas Jaar Remix) – Scion AV
Meta 83 — Opening Titles – Liebe*Detail
Tropics — Give It Up – Planet Mu
Daso — I’m Over You – Wasabi
Duke Ellington — Sophisticated Lady (Live at Newport 1956) – Columbia

New Year’s Eve 6 Mix Superstar DJs 2010-12-31 with Orbital, Andrew Weatheral, Ali B, Caribou and Herve

“6 Music says goodbye to 2010 and welcomes 2011 with a selection of six DJs manning the decks. Programme regulars including Andrew Weatheral, Ali B and Orbital go head to head with some of the 6 Mix’s favourite artists of 2010 including Caribou and Herve for a superstar soundtrack to the last night of the year and alternative club classics to see in 2011.”
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New Year’s Eve 6 Mix Superstar DJs 2010-12-31 with Orbital, Andrew Weatheral, Ali B, Caribou and Herve [Filesonic download]

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6 Mix 2010-12-26 Dave Pearce meets Chuck D of Public Enemy

“On November 3 1987, BBC 6 Music and then Radio London DJ Dave Pearce introduced hip-hop group Public Enemy live on stage at London’s Hammersmith Odeon. The next year, the band sampled Dave’s intro for the opening track of their 1988 album ‘It Takes A Nation Of Millions to Hold Us Back’; the record which propelled the band to stardom worldwide. Since then, ‘Nation of Millions’ has been proclaimed as the greatest hip hop album of all time, feted by everyone from Rolling Stone magazine to Jay Z. Two decades on, Dave and Public Enemy front man Chuck D meet to reminisce about the birth of rap music in the US and UK and how things have changed in 2010. The pair discuss how they met, how Dave ended up becoming the first person to play them on UK radio, and the role the band played in bring rap music to the mainstream on both sides of the Atlantic. They also discuss the firebrand politics which came to characterize their lyrics and the role they played in taking rap from an underground sound which wasn’t played on daytime radio to becoming the pre-eminent sound in mainstream music. Chuck D also picks a selection of music which soundtracked the era including LL Cool J, Stetsasonic and the World Famous Supreme Team and plays the music which informed his childhood including James Brown. There’s also a chance to hear live music from the infamous 1987 Hammersmith Odeon show, last heard on radio over two decades ago.”
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6 Mix 2010-12-26 Dave Pearce meets Chuck D [Fileserve download]

Tracklist:
Public Enemy – Public Enemy No.1
James Brown – Funky Drummer
Joe Quarterman – I Got So Much Trouble On My Mind
Malcolm McLaren & The World Famous Supreme Team – Do You Like Scratchin’?
J.V.C. F.O.R.C.E. – Strong Island
Kings of Pressure – You Know How To Reach Us
Stetsasonic – Go Stetsa
Public Enemy – Timebomb
Public Enemy – Miuzi Weighs A Ton
LL Cool J – I Can’t Live Without My Radio
Eric B. & Rakim – I Know You Got Soul
Scott La Rock & KRS One – Poetry
Public Enemy – Bring The Noise
Son of Bazerk – I Swear On A Stack Of Old Hits
Public Enemy – Say It Like It Really Is

6 Mix 2010-12-19 Arcade Fire and The National Takeover

“Two of the bands destined to top the critics’ lists of 2010’s best albums – The Arcade Fire and The National – take over the 6 Mix. Arcade Fire multi instrumentalist Richard Reed-Parry and brothers Aaron & Bryce Dessner who play guitar and bass in The National have been long-term friends since meeting on the American alt-rock circuit, regularly appearing on the same festival bills worldwide. Both acts released new albums in 2010 – Arcade Fire with ‘The Suburbs’ and The National with ‘High Violet’, the latter winning Q Magazine’s coveted ‘Album of 2010’ award last month. Their friendship was cemented when Richard from the Arcade Fire contributed to a number of songs on The National’s latest LP, most notably playing double bass and guitar on ‘Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks’, and doing the vocal harmony arrangement on ‘Conversation 16’. In this special 6 Mix, Richard, Aaron and Bryce team up to play a selection of music which has inspired and soundtracked their friendship along with some of their favourite new music from 2010.”
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6 Mix 2010-12-19 Arcade Fire and The National Takeover [Filesonic download]

Tracklist:
13th Floor Elevators — May The Circle Remain Unbroken
Sufjan Stevens, Bryce Dessner, Aaron Dessner & Richard Reed Parry — Silent Night
Sufjan Stevens, Bryce Dessner, Aaron Dessner & Richard Reed Parry — Barcarola
David Parry and Friends of Fiddlers Green — Joy Health Love and Peace
The Friends of Fiddler’s Green — Malpass Wassail
The Watersons — Apple Tree Wassail
Paul Hillier & Theatre of Voices
Arvo Pärt: De Profundis — Seven Magnificent Antiphons: VII. O – Immanuel
The Watersons — Emmanuel
Lal & Mike Waterson — Song For Thirza
Sharon Van Etten — Love More
Little Scream — The Heron And The Fox
Antony with Bryce Dessner — I Was Young When I Left Home
Blind Willie Johnson — Dark Was The Night
Kronos Quartet — Dark Was The Night
Karen Dalton — Katie Cruel
Tim Hecker — Whitecaps Of White Noise
John Luther Adams — The Light Within
Colin Stetson — The Stars in His Head (Dark Lights Remix)
Nico Sirota — Fire Down Below
The Luyas — What Mercy Is
Little Scream — Boatman
Clues — Remember Severed Head
Frankie Sparo — Caméra
Doveman — The Burgundy Stain
Owen Pallett — Midnight Directives
Buke and Gass — Medulla Oblongata
Bon Iver and Aaron Dessner — Big Red Machine
The Band — Will The Circle Be Unbroken

6 Mix 2010-12-12 The Art of the Remix

“Journalist Jo Youle explores the art of remixing records with the help of a stellar cast of producers and DJs . Since their emergence from the disco scene in the 1970s, remixes have dominated the world of dance music, often helping break records which wouldn’t otherwise have been hits. Over the last few years remixes of old tracks by Elton John and Simian have become chart toppers, whilst Skream’s remix of La Roux’s ‘In For The Kill’ is widely recognised as the tune which broke dubstep into the mainstream. In this programme, James Murphy from LCD Soundsystem, Armand Van Helden, 2ManyDJs, Fatboy Slim and more spill the beans about why they think remixes play such an important part in dance music, what the secret to a good remix is and how they go about remixing records for other artists. There’s also a chance to hear some of the DJs favourite remixes from the past two decades including Fatboy Slim’s take on Cornershop, Tiga’s take on LCD Soundsystem and Leftfield versus John Lydon.”
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6 Mix 2010-12-12 The Art of the Remix [Filesonic download]

Tracklist:
Lindstrøm & Christabelle – Baby Can’t Stop (Aeroplane Remix)
LCD Soundsystem – 45:33 (Prince Language Remix)
M.I.A. – Paper Planes (DFA Remix)
LCD Soundsystem – Tribulations (Tiga Remix)
Le Tigre – Deceptacon (DFA Remix)
Bombay Bicycle Club – Always Like This (Thee Loving Hand Remix By Tim Goldsworthy)
LCD Soundsystem – You Wanted a Hit (Soulwax Remix)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Zero (Erol Alken Remix)
The Gossip – Standing in The Way of Control (Soulwax Remix)
Jamie Lidell – Telephone (Tiga Remix)
Tomas Andersson – Washing Up (Tiga Remix)
The xx – Shelter (Tiga Remix)
Tori Amos – Professional Widow (Armand’s Star Trunk Funkin’ Mix)
CJ Bolland – Sugar is Sweeter (Armand Van heldens Drum n’ Bass Mix)
The MFA – The Difference it Makes (Superpitcher Remix)
Friendly Fires – Paris (Aeroplane Remix)
Friendly Fires – Jump in the Pool (Wild Geese Remix)
Sex Pistols – God Save the Queen (Leftfield Remix)
David Bowie – Jump They Say (Leftfield Remix)
Florence and The Machine – You Got the Love (The XX Remix)
Wildchild – Renegade Master (Fatboy Slim Remix)
Tomaz vs. Filterheadz – Sunshine (Carl Cox Remix)
Mirwais – Miss You (The Thin White Duke Remix)

6 Mix 2010-12-05 with Heads Down Radio

“New Zealand born DJ Christopher Tubbs takes over the 6 Mix to bring you ‘Heads Down Radio’; two hours of dance music from all over the globe. One half of the remix team Atlantic Conveyor, Christopher was a DJ in his native Wellington before relocating to London to persue his love of music. Christopher did his first 6 Mix earlier this year and since then has been DJing at fashion parties in Ibiza, New York and Berlin as well as producing tracks under the moniker ‘Gangs of Rome’. For his latest 6 Mix, Christopher takes a seemless ride across the techno disco Afro Balearic spectrum mixing upfront new music with forgotten classics.”
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6 Mix 2010-12-05 with Heads Down Radio [Hotfile download]

Tracklist:
Joe Worricker — Bobby Blue (Lissvik Remix) – Rough Trade
Chairmen of the Board — Life & Death – Metro
Cube — Somebody Told Me – Polydor
Bilgeri — Video Life – Hansa
Xr7 — Xr7 – Quality
R.S Hot — Slow Blow – Chrysalis
Double — Woman – Instrumental
Jamie Woon — Night Air – Candent Songs
Floating Points — Truly – Eglo
Emmanuel Jal — Kuar (Olof Dreijer Remix) – Innervisions
African Disco Power — Disco Music (Atlantic Conveyor Remix) – Sofrito Specials
Mim Suleiman — Mingi (Instrumental) – Running Back
Seun Kuti — Many Things – Disorient
Shina Williams — Agboju Logun – Earthworks
Oby Onyioha — Enjoy Your Life (Time) – Nigeria
Sophie Zelmani — If I Could (Rune Lindbæk Version) – Fascinating Rhythms
Jonathan Jeremiah — Happiness (Morgan Geist Remix) – Island
BEGIN — Velocity – White
Fever Ray — When I Grow Up (D Lissvik Remix) – Rabid Records
Backwoods — Pass It On – Ene Records
G.C. Cameron — If I Love You – Motown
Four Hands — Hizou – Claremont 56

BBC 6 Mix 2010-09-26 – Coldcut celebrating 20 years of Ninja Tune

“DJ and production duo Coldcut host a special 6 Mix celebrating the 20th anniversary of their Ninja Tune record label. Founded by the duo – Jonathan Moore and Matt Black – in 1990, Ninja Tune has become one the most important homes for electronic and experimental dance music in the UK. As well as releasing records by Coldcut themselves, Ninja have gone on to start the careers of artists including Luke Vibert, The Herbaliser, DJ Food, Kid Koala and many, many more. The label also pioneered the art of using live visuals in dance music, and its distinctive Ninja logo has become synonymous with the cream of experimental music in Britain. To mark twenty years at its helm, Coldcut present their very own ‘history of Ninja’ 6 Mix, playing and talking about some of the key artists in the label’s history, and looking forward to where it will head in the next few years. The 6 Mix then pits a host of Ninja DJs past and present against each other in an exclusive soundclash, with mini mixes from Mr Scruff, Strictly Kev from DJ Food, Eskmo and Toddla T’s tribute to label stalwart, Roots Manuva.”
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BBC 6 Mix 2010-09-26 – Coldcut celebrating 20 years of Ninja Tune [Filesonic download]

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