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Mix Info:Bank Holiday Party Mix 4:21mins @126BPM Warehouse/Field Party/Rave Techno

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Artist:Dj_Mood



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US2K Review: The wide availability of this type of music I miss a lot. Nice work 9 out of 10. Play in your car at your own risk, Global Music Community state to liability for speeding fines received whilst listening to this mix, blame it on the rising reso/acid hook lol. Massively addictive and danceable


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Mix Info:One Way (Original Mix) 4:45mins @128BPM Progressive Dutch

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Artist:Julian_R



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US2K Review: Julian R has requested only promotion.


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Mix Info:Super Funk Mix 4.14mins @130BPM Funky Vocal House

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Artist:Jay_Sissimo



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US2K Review: This is Funky House of Jay Sissimo' s usual standard. Until I can review this mix my provisional score of 8 out of 10.


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Mix Info:Super Human (Original Mix) 4.30mins @128BPM Progressive Dutch Dance.

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Artist:Julian_R



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US2K Review: This artist has requested no review for this mix just a score and the promotion. Well here it is, a very professional, danceable progressive Dutch dance music well worth 10 out of 10.


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Mix Info:Absolutely Loving It! 5:17mins @130BPM Funky Vocal House

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Artist:Jay_Sissimo



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US2K Review: This is totally excellent funky house. The final score is 10 out of 10 and the artist is to have instead of further reviews promotion in the form of a Halloween video for 'The Creeps' in 2013.


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Mix Info:Zodiac Radio Tech House Mix 3:58mins @128BPM Old Detroit Tech House

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Artist:Dj_Crusade_&_Bassmom



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US2K Review: This mix starts with the exciting female vocal "Does it Feel Electric", after which a rather foot-tapping rhythm is heard on some orchestral toms. Immediately Bomb Da Bass comes to mind as an influence either intentionally or by complete accident .

After twelve seconds a clap playing a syncopated rhythm of the tom enters the mix adding more interest and energy for the listener. This continues to the 19 seconds position at which point a bass drum and snare joins the existing rhythm to drive it with a four on the floor pattern, snare obviously playing every second beat accents and occasional fills or rolls, and some subtle wooden block percussion is also dropped into the mix every so often. This is the full drum and rhythm instrument arrangement for this music production and I consider it to be the main mix groove pattern. This continues to the 43 seconds position at which point the "Electric" part of the introduction vocal is used to introduced a pair of electro saw synths (or one at two octaves) playing a typical raspy harsh lead electronic melody often heard in early warehouse music and electro.

This synth concept with the already pointed out main mix groove pattern could be considered to be mix main hook 1. The new lead continues to the one minute position after which point it leaves the rest of the mix to continue with the toms leading and sounding fresh again for a further 11 seconds. at which pint a new stuttering female vocal "C, C, C Come C, C, Come On" is heard which is no doubt inspired by Paul Hardcastle' s 19, another house artist whom was massive at one point when “Bomb Da bass” was first popular. After the vocal the rhythm continues to the one minute twenty seven seconds position at which point a snare fill is used as a musical cue point to re-introduce the harsh synth lead from earlier, playing a higher octave happier note sequence.

The synths and drum pattern continue to the two minute one seconds position after which the "C, C, C Come C, C, Come On" stuttering vocal enters the mix again . When the vocal leaves the mix so does the synth line, but despite the change the tom and drum pattern do not sound as fresh as the previous time, often an issue in very early oldskool and was probably why the later rave movement would have often had a happy piano, string or uplifting sung vocal as a bridge section in the middle of the mix.

The music continues to the two minute 14 seconds position starting to sound a little monotonous but at that point the "Electric" vocal comes to the rescue re-introducing the synth (s) from earlier playing melodies based on earlier melodies but with a chang to sound more rhythmic and danceable (probably syncopating with toms more).

The first of the new melodies is simpler and at higher octave than the second, which although more sophisticated is still very rhythmic. This continues to the three minute nineteen seconds at which point a new vocal is heard "does it Feel Electric" an entirely new synth pattern is heard which is absolutely simple, rhythmic and danceable but well catchy.

The new concepts last to the three minute forty nine position at which the listener is left with the main mix groove to fade out to silence at the three minute fifty eight seconds position.

My final evaluation of this mix includes the following factors. General demonstration of music skill (9/10), use of musical variation including melody or arrangement change , (8/10), use of sound effects or drum rolls to add interest to the mix (9/10), Sound engineering including use of equalisation, reverb, delay, panning, compression etc. (9/10), catchiness and suitability for the dance floor (7/10), wide audience appeal (7/10). Use of cue points, drum rolls, sound effects etc. to announce changes. (10/10), overall score (8/10)

Bassmom/Shari Keller has somehow (completely by accident I am sure) recreated the atmosphere of listening to detroit house music in the early days of Kiss Fm. At the time Steve Jackson, Colin Faver (RIP) and Colin Dale were the dj' s. Back then Bassmom would have had this mix in demand as a white label. Bomb the Bass' s 'Beat This' and 'Thunderbirds Are Go' house mixes come to mind. This is worth listening to if you want to remember the good old early days of the London and Detroit 'Abstract Dance Chart'.