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1. KUNG FU(Prod. by Thom Genius) - Bnice x Carl ARMADA

  • Published: 2017-03-16T21:07:26Z
  • By Bnice
KUNG FU(Prod. by Thom Genius) - Bnice x Carl ARMADA

KUNG FU Bnice x Carl ARMADA Prod. by Thom Genius https://soundcloud.com/mynameisarmada https://soundcloud.com/thomgenius #DADS

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2. 999 Feat. Bnice & Carl Armada Prod by. Thom Genius

999 Feat. Bnice & Carl Armada Prod by. Thom Genius

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3. DAZ- R&B MIX

  • Published: 2015-03-25T19:47:00Z
  • By dazmusic
DAZ- R&B MIX

This mix includes a great selection of R&B from Daz. Recorded at the Skank Fm Studio Belfast City 2015. The mix includes smooth blends, a few scratches and some FX as the records come together to create a great flow of the greatest R&B. Including fantastic line up of artist such as Angie Stone, D'Angelo, Bilal, Raphael Saadiq, Teedra Moses, Erykah badu and many more. More mixes, music, videos and pictures @ www.daz-music.com Plus catch Daz live on air every Friday Night on www.skankfm.com from 8pm- 10pm (GMT)

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4. Thom Rise - Hous' in (episode 35)

  • Published: 2010-11-06T12:17:25Z
  • By thomrise
Thom Rise - Hous' in (episode 35)

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/DJThomRise Playlist : 1. Major Lazer - Pon De Floor (Thom Rise rework Mix) 2. Sidney Samson feat. Lady Bee Bizzey - Come On Let's Go (PH Electro Remix) 3. Carl Tricks vs Stromae - Alors on shup ! (Thom Rise bootleg) 4. Silvio Ecomo ft Chuckie - Moombah (Afrojack Remix) 5. Chuckie & Hardwell ft. Ambush - Move It 2 The Drum (Original Mix) 6. Chelley - Took The Night (Alvaro Remix) 7. Afrojack - What (Kaks Original Bootleg) 8. Steve Angello - Hey knas ! (Thom Rise bootleg) 9. Nicky Romero - It's Me Bitches (Original Mix) 10. Clubzound - Shake That Ass (Clubz mix) 11. Oliver Twizt feat. John Ortiz - Rich Bitch (Original Mix) 12. Dario Nunez & Dj Nano - We Like That (Original Mix) 13. Robyn, Laidback Luke - Indestructible (Original Mix) 14. Deadmau5 - A City In Florida (Original Mix) 15. Sebastien Drums, Avicii - My Feelings For You (Angger Dimas Bambu Remix) 16. Blank & Jones - People Are Still Having Sex (Club Mix) 17. Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Watch The Heads Roll (Charles VBV Bootleg) 18. Baba O'Riley - Wasted (Sidney Samson remix) 19. Sandro Silva - Told Ya Blaze (Apster remix) 20. Andrew Spencer And Daniel Slam - No Soul (Bodybangers Remix) 21. Stonebridge & Tamara From Flash - Trip'en (Angger Dimas Monster Remix) 22. DJ Mujava - Mugwanti (R3hab Remix) 23. Molella - Revolution (DJ's From Mars Club Remix) 24. Sandro Silva - Hands High (Original Mix) 25. Spencer & Hill - Cool (Ozi Remix) 26. SonicC - Stickin (Oliver Twizt Remix) 27. Afrojack,The Partysquad - Amsterdamn (Sean Finn Remix) 28. Klaas - Its My Day (Bodybangers Remix) 29. Chris Montana, Musikk - Summer Lovin' (Chris Moody Mix) 30. Proxy - Raven (Crookers Remix) 31. Duck Sauce - Barbra Streisand (Original Mix) 32. Christian Marchi - Eyes On You (Chuckie Remix) 33. Thomas Gold & Matthias Menck - Sky (Nari & Milani Remix)

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5. t h o m Y O R K I A N

  • Published: 2013-04-14T02:15:13Z
  • By T h o m D
t h o m Y O R K I A N

all vinyl, live mix with a lot of Thom Yorke tracks in various get-ups... Thom Torke Portishead Bonobo Moderat Atoms For Peace Modeselektor Atoms For Peace Bonobo Modeselektor Thom Yorke Modeselektor Atoms For Peace Bonobo Thom Yorke & Modeselektor Carl Craig & Moritz Von Oswald Thom Yorke acapela

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6. Ferrari&Chanel (Feat. Carl Armada)

Ferrari&Chanel (Feat. Carl Armada)

CooL C & ThoM Genius - Ferrari&Chanel (feat. Carl Armada)

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7. The Men With Two Brains Podcast Episode 10 (with Carl Denham): Hello Carl!!

The Men With Two Brains Podcast Episode 10 (with Carl Denham):  Hello Carl!!

The Men With Two Brains is now in double figures! For episode 10 Colchester based Stand-up and Podcaster Carl Denham joined us to talk about his nerdy loves! We all try and work put which works of fiction would work best as part of the Marvel Universe. Rob tries to educate us all about Video Nasties and gives us excellent advice about how to kill a robot, Thom gets angry about fan theories and raves about prosthetic limbs and Carl tells us how he gives the bank Turing Tests and makes totally scandalous claims about Tom Hanks.. (Theme Tune by Chris Saunders)

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8. The Men With Two Brains Podcast Episode 12 (with Carl Denham): Horror

The Men With Two Brains Podcast Episode 12 (with Carl Denham): Horror

We're back with Carl yet again! This week Rob can actually get a word in as we are talking about horror, one of Robs favourite things! Horror video games and films and how special effect have changed over the years. We also talk about horror role-playing games like Call of Cthulhu and the excellent Slasher Flick, our shared love of Hellboy 2 and the pure magic of Jim Henson. Rob gives us an extremely brief, and probably inaccurate, history of Dungeons & Dragons, Thom makes shock confession about E.T and there is some biting Magic: The Gathering themed satire! (Theme Tune by Chris Saunders)

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9. The Men With Two Brains Podcast Episode 11 (With Carl Denham): Magic: The Gathering & RPGs

The Men With Two Brains Podcast Episode 11 (With Carl Denham): Magic: The Gathering & RPGs

Carl Denham is back again, telling us about how he is trying to get free ice creams from the good people at Corentto! In this episode we talk about tabletop games and Carls recent love of Pandemic, we talk about Legacy games and how Carl and Thom got into playing Dungeons & Dragons. Thom and Carl talk about Magic: The Gathering and look through some of their old decks while Rob listens in awe (He knows very little about M:tG). Rob does give us some Dungeon Mastering tips, Thom talks about his week long obsession with Pikmin and we all talk about what new games we have bought and how we all think Munchkin is an over rated game (and how Monopoly is obviously rubbish) **FEATURING SPECIAL ROBOT INTRO** (Theme Tune by Chris Saunders)

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10. VSC Reading Series: Carl Phillips 9/14/16

VSC Reading Series: Carl Phillips 9/14/16

Carl Phillips is the author of thirteen books of poems, most recently Reconnaissance(FSG, 2015) and Silverchest (FSG, 2013). Phillips has also published two books of prose, The Art of Daring: Risk, Restlessness, Imagination, and Coin of the Realm: Essays on the Life and Art of Poetry; and he is the translator of Sophocles’s Philoctetes. His awards include the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Poetry, the Kingsley Tufts Award, the Theodore Roethke Memorial Foundation Award, the Lambda Literary Award for Gay Poetry, the Thom Gunn Award for Gay Male Poetry, as well as fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Library of Congress, and the Academy of American Poets. A member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, as well as the judge for the Yale Younger Poets Series, Phillips is Professor of English at Washington University in St. Louis.

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11. SFW 22: Carl Huntsberger explains aging crustaceans

SFW 22: Carl Huntsberger explains aging crustaceans

Skylar and Thom Young-Bayer recorded live during the Strictlyfishwrap Science Radio Hour on WRFR-LP in Rockland, Maine on June 18th, 2017. Hosts: Skylar & Thom Young-Bayer Guest: Carl Hunstberger Tracks: The Gammy Bird by Christopher Young, bagpipes by Thom Young-Bayer, Starfishin' by Amy Correia Story Collider track: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2017/6/9/symbiosis-stories-about-teamwork Image: from The Wahle Lab website (umaine.edu/wahlelab/)

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12. SFW 22 Interview: Carl Huntsberger explains aging crustaceans

SFW 22 Interview: Carl Huntsberger explains aging crustaceans

Pre-recorded Interview played during the live recorded show of the live Strictlyfishwrap Science Radio Hour on WRFR-LP in Rockland, Maine on June 18th, 2017. Hosts: Skylar Bayer & Thom Young Guest: Carl Hunstberger Photo from The Wahle Lab website (https://umaine.edu/wahlelab/)

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13. WHR 12-23-2015 Credit Repair with Carl Stanley of Rising Point

WHR 12-23-2015 Credit Repair with Carl Stanley of Rising Point

Join me and Thom as we visit with Carl Stanley, CEO of Rising Point. We all have credit needs. Our scores reflect decisions, mistakes, delays and desires in our financial world. Listen in as we discuss how we can repair our credit ourselves or how a Firm like Rising Point can help you raise your score. Welcome Home Radio is designed to help Home-Owners, Buyers, Sellers & Realtors to know everything possible about owning, buying, selling and maintaining the largest purchase you will make in your life, your Home!

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14. 'Make five' by Bandtraxs

  • Published: 2017-03-12T08:57:30Z
  • By Bandtraxs
'Make five' by Bandtraxs

Think 70s disco/Philly etc - The album 'Make five', released a few years ago now, featured five new songs with two version each! Still available to purchase and stream from everywhere. If you enjoy retro sounding mid 1970’s soul, this Bandtraxs release features five new instrumental songs that capture the spirit of disco music prevalent around that time. These productions have been carefully crafted with respect to a period that gave us the likes of The Love Unlimited Orchestra, Gene Page, The Sound of Philadelphia, The Salsoul Orchestra and MFSB. The instrumentation remains faithful to a more traditional style of arrangement from the days when sequencing and midi did not exist. Although using modern techniques to record these tracks, the essence of the music here still sounds organic and collaborative. The main influences for this music are the 1970’s and particularly the Philly Sound. Nobody will ever recreate that music successfully without the musicians who made it and arrangers that so eloquently added their parts to the songs in the first place. The likes of Bobby Eli, Earl Young, Vince Montana, Ronnie Baker, Norman Harris, Thom Bell, Richard Rome and Bobby Martin are a few names that come to mind, but there are so many other individuals responsible for that sound too numerous to mention. The writers, producers, musicians, arrangers and artists are greatly appreciated and celebrated here with my efforts to write and produce this material. And ultimately of course, it would be appropriate to write some lyrics and cut vocals on these songs at some stage. Stay tuned for news on that scenario! And for those familiar with Manchester rock bands of the 1980’s, thanks and welcome on board Simon Moss on drums of ‘The Clouds’ fame on these sessions. And thanks also to Gavin Morris for his excellent work on the bass guitar. Carl Dixon Bandtraxs Records - www.bandtraxs.com The official digital release: 1st March 2013 IMPORTANT INFORMATION Album title: Make five Label: Bandtraxs Artist: Bandtraxs Production: Carl Dixon This compilation © 2013 Tracks Make five/Make five (alternate version) Written by: Carl Dixon ISRC: GBXNE1300001/GBXNE1300002 Duration: 3’ 51”/3’ 50” Side tracked/Side tracked (alternate version) Written by: Carl Dixon, Simon Moss, Gavin Morris ISRC: GBXNE1300003/GBXNE1300004 Duration: 5’ 06”/4’ 51” Double up/Double up (alternate version) Written by: Carl Dixon, Simon Moss, Gavin Morris ISRC: GBXNE1300005/GBXNE1300006 Duration: 3’ 52”/3’ 46” A little of the big stuff/A little of the big stuff (alternate version) Written by: Carl Dixon ISRC: GBXNE1300007/GBXNE1300008 Duration: 5’ 15”/5’ 16” Walk away the winner/Walk away the winner (alternate version) Written by: Carl Dixon ISRC: GBXNE1300009/GBXNE1300010 Duration: 5’ 55”/5’ 53” Musicians: Drums: Simon Moss Bass guitar: Gavin Morris Guitars/Keys/Tambourine: Carl Dixon Some elements of ‘The Drummers of Motown’ sample CD included featuring Uriel Jones and Richard ‘Pistol’ Allen on ‘Walk away the winner’ Some instrument sounds by The Garittan Orchestra and IK Multimedia Sample Tank Recorded in England between 2009/2012 Mastered at Metropolis, Chiswick, London, 2nd January 2013, by Tim Young Arranged and produced by: Carl Dixon This compilation © & (P) Carl Dixon 2013 The sound recording copyright is owned by Carl Dixon/Bandtraxs

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15. **PROMO** 'A Little of the Big Stuff' by The Formellas

  • Published: 2017-05-25T09:17:07Z
  • By Bandtraxs
**PROMO** 'A Little of the Big Stuff' by The Formellas

+AVAILABLE NOW+ Promo is downloadable! *FREE* mono radio mix via this link: https://soundcloud.com/bandtraxs/a-little-of-the-big-stuff-by-the-formellas-free-mono-radio-mix The promo for the new release from 'The Formellas' called 'A little of the big stuff', written, produced, mixed and mastered by Hull born, London resident Carl Dixon. Listen IN FULL and purchase all 14 mixes from CD Baby: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/theformellas2 Available at Amazon. If you enjoy retro sounding mid 1970s soul, this new album release features no less than fourteen mixes to capture the spirit of disco music prevalent around that time. These productions have been carefully crafted with respect to a period that gave us the likes of Love Unlimited, The Three Degrees, The Sound of Philadelphia, The Salsoul Orchestra and MFSB. The instrumentation remains faithful to a more traditional style of arrangement from the days when sequencing and midi did not exist. Although using modern techniques to record these tracks, the essence of the music here still sounds organic and collaborative. The main influences for this music are the 1970s and particularly the Philly Sound. Nobody will ever recreate that music successfully without the musicians who made it and arrangers that so eloquently added their input to the songs in the first place. The likes of Bobby Eli, Earl Young, Vince Montana, T G Conway, Jimmie Williams, Phil Hurtt, Tony Bell, Larry Washington, Ronnie Baker, Norman Harris, Thom Bell, Richard Rome and Bobby Martin are a few names that come to mind, but there are so many other individuals responsible for that sound too numerous to mention. This song was originally an instrumental released on the Bandtraxs album named 'Make five' and was merely a notion that one day lyrics would be written and vocals added. These are the fruits of that idea with studio recorded drums, horns, guitars and bass guitar. Studio pro’s in LA provided the horn and the female vocal tracks with LaTisha on lead and b/v's, whilst Bobby Eli recorded Jeff Leonard on drums in his ‘The Grooveyard’ studio in Philly on the main tracks of this album. From a trivia point of view, the Loft mixes are specifically with early looped drums I was experimenting with before I commissioned Philly studio drums. These are real drums professionally recorded for producers to use with their productions whether demos or commercial releases, but I wanted a real Philly groove on this hence Jeff Leonard's contribution. The Moss mixes are the original London drums by Simon Moss from the instrumental version of ALOTBS off the 'Make Five' album released previously, except this time accompanied by vocals and real instruments not recorded previously. Simon was the drummer with Manchester 80s group 'The Clouds'. The bass guitar by Gavin Morris is on all versions, also from Manchester. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Title: A little of the big stuff Writers: Carl Dixon (PRS) Artist: The Formellas Label: Bandtraxs Production: Carl Dixon for Bandtraxs Productions ISRC number: GBXNE1700031 to GBXNE1700044 This album version official release: 1st June 2107 Recording location: Philadelphia, LA, Nashville and London Original song incarnation 2012 and released on the album ‘Make five’ by Bandtraxs For more information about the track please visit www.bandtraxs.com or contact carl@bandtraxs.com Artists and session musicians on ‘A little of the big stuff’: Lead Vocals: LaTisha (Studio Pros, Los Angeles) Backing vocals LaTisha (Los Angeles) Carl Dixon (London) Musicians Drums 1: Jeff Leonard, The Grooveyard, Philadelphia. Thanks to Bobby Eli. Drums 2: Loopmaster Drums 3: Simon Moss, London Guitar 1/2/3: Mark Baldwin, Nashville Guitar 4: Carl Dixon, London Bass guitar: Gavin Morris, Manchester Horns : Studio Pros, Los Angeles Keys/percussion: Carl Dixon, London Produced, mixed and mastered by Carl Dixon for Bandtraxs Productions © Carl Dixon 2013, (P) 2017

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