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1. Sounds Better! 27 French House Classics, 1993-2001 // Mixed by Jean-Philippe Ducharne & Jim Poe

  • Published: 2015-03-11T22:57:36Z
  • By Jim Poe
Sounds Better! 27 French House Classics, 1993-2001 // Mixed by Jean-Philippe Ducharne & Jim Poe

Commissioned by inthemix (@inthemix_com_au) to celebrate the release of the film Eden, a new drama about the '90s Parisian club scene and the development of French house Here's the accompanying article: http://www.inthemix.com.au/features/60197/Listen_to_our_mix_of_essential_French_House_classics Very special merci to my French buddy and partner on this project, Jean-Philippe Ducharne (@Camelride/The Mancusian Circus) Track list: {sample from the film Contempt, 1963, starring Brigitte Bardot, directed by Jean-Luc Godard} 1. Air – La femme d’argent 2. Alex Gopher – You, My Baby and I 3. DJ Cam – DJ Cam Sound System 4. Bob Sinclar – Get Into the Music 5. Daft Punk – Musique 6. Alan Braxe & Fred Falke – Intro 7. Trankilou – Bill Collector 8. Motorbass – Ezio 9. Le Knight Club – Gator 10. Black Strobe – Paris Acid City 11. Cheek – Venus (Sunshine People) 12. Pépé Bradock – Deep Burnt 13. Julian Jabre – Deliverance (Moody Mix) 14. Next Evidence – Sands of Time 15. Shazz – Leave Me 16. Stardust – Music Sounds Better with You (Bob Sinclar Remix) 17. Llorca – My Precious Thing 18. St Germain – The First Time 19. i:Cube – Disco Cubizm (Daft Punk Remix) 20. Cassius – 1999 21. Étienne de Crécy – Prix Choc 22. St Germain – Deep in It 23. Next Evidence – The Body Theme 24. Dmitri from Paris – Ça chauffe 25. Thomas Bangalter – What to Do 26. Laurent Garnier – Crispy Bacon 27. Choice – Acid Eiffel Big shout out to Venda (Deep House Australia) for audio support

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2. Jim Poe – Easy to Remember: Deep House Essential 20 Mix

  • Published: 2014-02-05T22:35:42Z
  • By Jim Poe
Jim Poe – Easy to Remember: Deep House Essential 20 Mix

Recorded to accompany my list of “20 More Essential Deep House Tracks” for inthemix Tracklist: 1. Visual – “The Music Got Me” | Prelude, 1983 2a. Fingers, Inc. – “Mystery of Dub” | DJ International, 1986 2b. Fingers, Inc. – “Mystery of Love” (Club Mix) | DJ International, 1986 3. Trybe – “Psychedelic Shack” (House Mix) | Wild Pitch, 1988 4a. Logic – “The Warning” (Two Copy Mix) | Strictly Rhythm, 1990 4b. Logic – “The Warning” (Inner Mix) | Strictly Rhythm, 1990 5a. Sueño Latino – “Sueño Latino” (Dub Version by Cutmaster G) | DFC, 1989 5b. Sueño Latino – “Sueño Latino” (The Paradise Version) | DFC, 1989 6. Discreet Unit – “Shake Your Body Down” | Prime Numbers, 2010 7a. Deep South – “Believe” (Coral Way Beats) | Murk, 1993 7b. Deep South – “Believe” (Southern Slam) | Murk, 1993 8. Ten City – “All Loved Out” (Love Serenade Mix) | Spiritual Life Music, 1996 9. Voices – “Can U See the Light?” | 1996 10. Nu Yorican Soul – “The Nervous Track” (Ballsy Mix) | Nervous, 1993 11. Noni (The Gift) – “Teach/Keep Me (Satisfied)” | Prescription Underground, 1995 12. St Germain – “Easy to Remember” | F Communication, 1995 13. Paper Music Issue One – “Downtime” | Paper Music, 1996 14. Metro Area – “Caught Up” | Environ, 2000 15. Trentemøller – “Le Champagne” | Naked Music, 2003 16. Omar featuring Stevie Wonder – “Feeling You” (Henrik Schwarz Remix) | Peppermint Jam, 2009 17. Chez Damier – “Help Myself” (Reconstructed by Carl Craig) | KMS, 1994 18. Todd Omotani featuring Jaidene Veda – “I Left My…” (Charles Webster Vocal Dub) | Amenti Music, 2010 19. Maya Jane Coles – “The High Life” | 20:20 Vision, 2011 20. Shur-I-Kan – “Searching” (Fingers Mix) | Freerange, 2009

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3. Jim Poe – Space Dust (1995 mixtape)

  • Published: 2014-12-29T00:29:14Z
  • By Jim Poe
Jim Poe – Space Dust (1995 mixtape)

Side A Half Q – S4 | Out on a Limb Excerpt from The Story of Star Wars Chito’s Revenge – Oracion | Bomb Records Planetary Assault Systems – Diesel Drudge | Peacefrog Records Red 2 – Gonk | Bush Hardtrax – Cowboyphunk | Probe The Wise – Quick Phasis | Underground Wisdom Recordings Chito’s Revenge – Lagrimas | Bomb Records Winx – How’s the Music (Go Higher Mix) | Sorted Records Time Warp – A Feeling I Know | Groove On Hardtrax – Hardphunk | Probe Side B DBX – Losing Control (Carl Craig Remix) | Peacefrog Records Jack-Tronic – The Hustler (Planetary Assault Systems Remix) | Peacefrog Records The Wise – The Jam | Underground Wisdom Recordings Aura and Thee Dove – Pussn Meow | Radikal Fear Half Q – Nightvisit | Out on a Limb Wink – Higher State of Consciousness (The 611 Acid Groove Mix) | Strictly Rhythm Winx – Lumpy Oatmeal | Sorted Records Aphrohead – In Thee Dark We Live (Dave Clarke 313 Mix) | Bush Grooveyard – Hard Groovin’ | EC Records ??? [For the life of me I can’t remember what this last track is! Will try to figure it out, watch this space.] I made this mixtape in New York in July of 1995. It has a lot of personal importance to me as a document of my life, musical and otherwise, at that time. It marked a key transition point in my understanding of house and techno – it was the first time I was able to get the sounds I heard in my head down on tape, and it propelled me to another level of mixing and record collecting. It impressed and impacted a lot of people who heard it, created a lot of opportunity for me, and led to partnerships and friendships that exist to this day. It's not going too far to say it connected me with the true-school house community in New York for which I'd been searching for years. Before that I felt like I was grasping in the dark, trying to figure out this music by myself. Space Dust also united my passions for music and science fiction/fantasy through its tribute to Star Wars. On a more immediate level, it saved my life. OK, I'm exaggerating. Let's say it saved my ass. I had no job, no prospects and no money at all when I made this tape; on the advice of a friend I sold it for $30 to a tiny but well-known East Village boutique called House, a hole in the wall on 14th Street that specialized in a mixed bag of club fashion and exclusive mixtapes. That $30 fed me and kept me going – along with a little help from my friends – until I finally found a job the following month. It was an incredibly unstable and difficult time for me; there were so many moments when I could have just quit the music thing or even quit New York. My back was against the wall, and somehow when I had nothing else this mixtape came out of me. I accomplished something musically that I never had, I ended up with enough to eat that week, and the tape got out there and got in the right hands. You could say the Force was with me. I don't think it's the best tape I've ever made, but it's the most memorable and special. To this day people ask me about it. A few DJs and producers I really respect have told me this tape was a big influence on them, which makes me feel kind of weird but proud. I've always believed the lasting effect it's had was a result of that painful but transformative moment. But the reason I'm posting it now also has to do with where the music is at in 2014. I've been listening to Space Dust a lot lately, and it's probably not a coincidence, but I'm hearing a lot of continuity between what was going on then and now. A lot of new stuff from young producers, who were home watching Ninja Turtles or weren't even born in 1995, really comes with the raw energy and hands-in-the-air spirit of those years. It's time for that sound again. The circle is now complete. The Star Wars stuff at the beginning might seem too obvious or cheesy to contemporary ears. If Star Wars isn't your bag, fear not – the direct references on this tape begin and end before the bass drops on the first record. Anyway it's kind of hard to explain what Star Wars meant to me in those years. Mind you this was before the horrible prequels did such damage to the romance of the whole thing, and long before being a geek was a bland requirement of partaking in mass culture. Back then the enthusiasm was genuine and the bonds formed with fellow fans were real. At a particularly low moment in the spring of 1995, I rented Star Wars on VHS and watched it for the first time since I was a kid, and it made me feel like myself for the first time in ages. It was like remembering how to be happy. Among many other impressions, for the first time as an adult I was taken by the power of George Lucas's mythmaking, and struck by how its archetypes could be applied to modern life in a way that transcended memorizing dialogue or collecting action figures. The struggle against the Empire suddenly took on layered meaning, given my awakening concern for what corporate greed and American imperialism were doing to our society and our environment. And the Force was a brilliant storytelling device for the very real search for spiritual meaning and oneness. Call it the Zen of Star Wars; for whatever reason reconnecting with this mythic metaphor for God or Enlighenment made a sudden difference in my life and energized me creatively. Of course I was always aware of the influence of science fiction on techno and rave culture. But there was always a very clean, futuristic, cybernetic, Metropolis element to most of that that never really clicked with me. I thought there was a totally different path to explore with Star Wars's grimy, anachronistic, low-fi vision of a different world a long time ago. The dusty backwater landscapes, the beat-up machines, the design that was a cross between postmodern North Africa, medieval Japan, the American wild west, Orwell's 1984 and a '70s vision of outer space which by the mid-'90s had an extra layer of almost kitschy nostalgia. I thought this vibe was a natural match for the gritty soul and disco-loopiness of the Chicago and Detroit machine funk I was just starting to get into, as well as the spooky majesty of some of the UK and Dutch techno of the day. Not boring "tech house" but a true techno-house fusion, the far more organic, crisp, funky, soulful, deep stuff from vanguard producers like DJ Pierre, Roy Davis Jr, Josh Wink, Felix da Housecat, Mike Dunn, David Alvarado, DBX, Planetary Assault Systems (Luke Slater). Anything by Carl Craig of course. Everything on Peacefrog Records. Most of those guys are represented on this tape. This stuff was blowing my mind after years of searching for the true essence of house, without much guidance from others and with lots of trial and error, and becoming fed up with UK progressive and New York hard house and garage. I had a certain sound in my head, but could never describe it very well and it took me a long time to figure out how to find it. It was sort of a cross between my memories of the LA rave scene and the deeper, dubbier, stretched-out, trippy afterhours sound of my heroes Doc Martin, Jenö and Wink. A big turning point came when I heard Dave Clarke play at a loft party in Soho in early July. The rawness and brutality of the techno and electro he played, the rough transitions that owed so much to hip hop, the underlying funk swing, and his overall fuck-off attitude, seemed so revolutionary to me. I finally had a vision of how I wanted my techno-house hybrid to sound - something like the crazy energy of Clarke mixed with some of the smooth craftsmanship and sonic storytelling of my house heroes. (If that isn't a total contradiction.) In some weird way I had to discover what house music was all by myself from scratch, fumbling in the dark. I'm not saying I was some kind of innovator, but nobody else I was hearing out at clubs in New York was playing stuff quite like this. (I'm sure it would have been a different story in Detroit or Manchester.) It was techno but it was pitched wayyyy down. (I always thought pitching down made techno so much sexier and more powerful.) It was house but it was really warped and dirty and spooky. It wasn't bloody tech house as we know it now, that's for sure. A skeletal framework of the journey of the hero that George Lucas borrowed from Joseph Campbell was in my mind as I constructed the mix. Certain records were chosen to represent dramatic turning points – and others because they sounded like space battles. The whole thing was meant to be a sonic journey from darkness into light. This was helped along by themes and song titles from tracks themselves - Planetary Assault Systems, Red 2, "Diesel Drudge," sampled vocal bits like "The end of the earth is upon us" and "The light!" when I tried to picture what kind of dance music I thought Han Solo and Chewbacca would be into between smuggling runs, Hardphunk's "Cowboyphunk" was the concept and vibe that came to mind. OK, so this all probably sounds pretty dorky, but that's the kind of narrative drive that fuelled me then, and still does in more subtle ways. I recorded Space Dust in my bedroom on my roommate's home stereo. My system was two 1200s and a two-channel Gemini Scratchmaster. I mixed with the crossfader hip-hop style (which is how I generally still do it). The Scratchmaster didn't have EQs or effects. I didn't have much concept of mixing harmonically other than what I did on instinct. There was no multitracking; the vocal snippets that precede the start of the first record on Side A were done by good old-fashioned cassette-tape splicing with the pause button. I knew I couldn't screw up because I was running out of food and I had literally no cash at all. I needed that thirty bucks like nobody's business. It took me two days to record the two sides. I had a box of granola and some milk to have for breakfast on both days, and some leftover pasta the first night. All I had left to eat the second night was an unclaimed can of beets that had been left in the cupboard by a previous tenant. I figured when I got the cash I could buy some rice and have the beets for dinner. It was that do-or-die mentality that got me over the line; I did the first side in three takes or so, and the second side in one take. I made the cover by hand with a photocopied panel from a Star Wars comic (reissued the year before by Dark Horse), stencilled comic-book style background patterns and a handwritten tracklist.

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4. Jim Poe - I'm Glad I Changed My Mind

  • Published: 2015-02-09T05:14:34Z
  • By Jim Poe
Jim Poe - I'm Glad I Changed My Mind

“Dadcast” Mixtape Series no. 1 New year, new life, new inspiration Tracklist: 1. Trinity & Beyond – “Reign” (XDB Mix) // Pinksilver Digital 2. Patrick Zigon – “Ich See” // Biolab 3. Efdemin – “Parallaxis” (Traumprinz’s Over 2 the End Version) // Dial Records 4. Karim Sahraoui – “Stella” // Transmat 4. Pete Moss – “Tried to Tell You” // Ovum Recordings 6. Stefek & P4TC – “Feelin’ Right” (P4TC Lost in Keys Mix) // Nylon Trax 7. Dreamer G – “I Got That Feelin’ // Madhouse 8. Amir Alexander – “Everybody’s Beautiful” (Acid Mix) // Hypercolour 9. Head High – “Megatrap” (Mix Mix) // Power House 10. Andreas Saag – “In the Box” // Local Talk 11. Chris Simmonds – “I Changed My Mind” // Robsoul 12. Christian Vance – “Wanna Giva Ya” (Claire Morgan Vibez Mix) // Haul Music 13. Carlos Francisco – “Tita’s Groove” // Nite Grooves 14. Fabian Dikof – “Bleary Faces” (Vincenzo Remix) // Best Works 15. DJ Ino – “Where the Hell Are You?” // Republic Music 16. Caribou – “Your Love Will Set You Free” (C2’s Set U Free RMX) // City Slang 17. Floorplan – “Confess” // M-Plant

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5. Jim Poe - The Magic Is in There

  • Published: 2016-03-29T22:41:03Z
  • By Jim Poe
Jim Poe - The Magic Is in There

Open up and see that everything is how it ought to be. Originally recorded for the Digital Konfusion Mixshow on Radio FM4, Vienna – thanks to DJ Joe-Joe (@joe-joe-2). Tracklist: 1. Shed – “Up the Hills” // The Final Experiment 2. Matthias Zimmerman & SCNTST – “Tommy” // Sound Pellegrino 3. Head High – “Megatrap” // Power House 4. Martyn – “Falling for You” // Ostgut Ton 5. Joy Wellboy – “The Magic” (Fred P. Remix) // Bpitch Control 6. Pastaboys featuring Osunlade – “Deep Musique” (Trus’me Spritz Mix) // Rebirth 7. Yotam Avni – “This Is How” // Ovum Recordings 8. Argy, DJ Said & Jerome Sydenham – “Mogadishu Nights (Part 1)” // Ibadan Records 9. Jozef K. + Winter Son featuring Flora Cruz – “Tribal Rhythm” // Firehouse Recordings 10. Stephen Brown – “Medusa” (Don Williams Remix) // Technorama 11. Voiski – “From White to Red” // L.I.E.S. 12. Steffi – “JBW25” (Answer Code Request Revision) // Ostgut Ton 13. Echologist – “Slow Burn” // Subterranean 14. Levon Vincent – “Woman Is an Angel” // Novel Sounds 15. Larry Heard Presents Mr. White – “The Sun Can’t Compare” // Alleviated Records

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6. Jim Poe - Truth Is Bitter in the Beginning

  • Published: 2015-10-15T01:46:55Z
  • By Jim Poe
Jim Poe - Truth Is Bitter in the Beginning

Is the drug like the lie, and meditation the truth? Track list: 1. Islands – “Shapes in Water” (Trinity Remix) // Buxton Records 2. Karim Sahraoui – “Rising Son” // Mirakles Music 3. Seekae – “The Worry” (Henrik Schwarz Remix) // Future Classic 4. Contra Communem Opinonem – “Class Consciousness” // Drumpoet Community 5. Michelle Owen, Kruse & Nuernberg feat. Isis Salam – “We Find Deep” (Michelle Owen Sunset Mix) // Rejected 6. Moon Child – “Dyschord” // Republic Music 7. Aphrohead – “Let’s Prance” // Crosstown Rebels 8. Tornado Wallace – “Ferntree Gully” // Beats in Space Records 9. Dreems – “In the Desert” (Axel Boman Remix) // Multi Culti 10. DJ Qu – Untitled (“Hi-Life”) // Strength Music 11. DJ Koze – “XTC” // Pampa Records 12. Leiras – “These Bones” (Peter Van Hoesen Remix) // Ownlife 12. Nick Höppner – “Relate” (The Black Madonna Remix) // Ostgut Ton 14. Max Martinez – “Needing You” // Clean and Dirty Recordings

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7. Jim Poe - Stay on Top of Me

  • Published: 2014-02-20T22:47:03Z
  • By Jim Poe
Jim Poe - Stay on Top of Me

January/February 2014 – Feel the warmth of the light Track list: 1. Iron Galaxy – “Dragging Your Feet” | Born Electric 2. Billy Shane – “Jack the Night” | Republic Music 3. MANIK – “Finch” | Ovum 4. Noir & Sandy Rivera – “SOTOM” (Jimpster Remix) | Noir Music 5. Jay Tripwire – “With It” | Sol 6. DJ Jus-Ed – “Blaze” (Jus-Ed’s Fix Mix) | Underground Quality 7. Wyndell Long – “Nobody” | Fiji 8. Jenifa Mayanja – “It’s Quiet in the Desert” | Big Bait 9. Blake Baxter – “Does Not Compute” | KMS 10. Luke Hess – “Supplication” | Finale Sessions 11. Gabriel Ananda – “Hey Blop” | Basmati 12. Max Martinez – “Elegua” | Open Bar Music 13. Fabian Dikov – “X” | Best Works 14. Recloose – “Backtrack” | Delusions of Grandeur 15. Recloose – “It’s Too Late” | Delusions of Grandeur 16. Todd Terje – “Q” | Olsen 17. Tres Guereo – “Your Love” (Cole Medina Nu Boogie Miks) | Whiskey Disco

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8. Jim Poe - Can't Sit on the Fence No More

  • Published: 2018-02-08T05:42:54Z
  • By Jim Poe
Jim Poe - Can't Sit on the Fence No More

Summer 2018 // We must stand up now, it's never too late Track list: Octo Octa – Eyes Low [Love Notes from Brooklyn] Brennan and Donton – E-Motiv (Jay Tripwire 90’s House Mix) [Bombis Records] Phonique feat. Ian Whitelaw – Something Special (The Black 80s Remix) [Ladies and Gentlemen] Omar S – Thank You for Letting Me Be Myself [FXHE Records] Anaxander – A Question About You [Love Notes from Brooklyn] The Black 80s – What You Say Now [Heart to Art] Tornado Wallace – Always Twirling (Norm De Plume Remix) [Delusions of Grandeur] Roachford – Work It Out (Henrik Schwarz Garage Mix) [Peppermint Jam] Arno E. Mathieu – Astral Caravan (Kuniyuki Remix) [Clima Records] Doza – It Comes in Waves [Supremus Records] Tang & Trinity – Adrifting Voyage (Daniela La Luz Remix) [Nighttime Drama] Genius of Time – Voxshot (Aniara Recordings) Ramon Tapia & Maxim Lany – Highway (Jus-Ed’s My Way Remix) [Definitive Recordings] Dense & Pika – Colt [Hotflush Recordings] The Juan Maclean – The Brighter the Light (DJ Tennis Remix) [DFA Records] Kerri Chandler – Atmosphere (Jerome’s Runaway Dub Mix) [Ibadan] Robert Owens – Never Too Late (Max’s Deep Mix)

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9. Jim Poe - The Tipping Point

  • Published: 2017-03-10T02:16:12Z
  • By Jim Poe
Jim Poe - The Tipping Point

Tracklist: 1. Daxyl – Waterjack [Behzad et Amarou Records] 2. Dan Curtin – Mind Sweep [EPM Music] 3. Fp-oner A.K.A. Fred P. – Alternate Reality [Mule Musiq] 4. DJ Bone – Tipping Point [Leftroom] 5. Floorplan – Spin [M-Plant] 6. Floorplan – Higher! [M-Plant] 7. Paul Johnson – Aww Shit [Relief Records] 8. Turbo Turbo – Atlas [GND Records] 9. Dan Curtin – Tribena Planitia [Seventh Sign Recordings] 10. Doms & Deykers – Some People Think Television [3024] 11. DJ Bone – Activist [Subject Detroit] 12. Fp-oner A.K.A. Fred P. – Kundalini Rising [Mule Musiq] 13. Aybee presents The Bazile Republic – Strange Visitors [Burek] 14. Pearson Sound – Thaw Cycle [Pearson Sound] 15. Lone – Restless City (Head High Remix) [R&S Records] 16. Purveyors of Fine Funk – Summer Funk [Peacefrog Records]

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10. Greatness and Light: 33 of inthemix's 100 Greatest Australian Dance Tracks Mixed by Jim Poe

  • Published: 2015-06-01T13:47:30Z
  • By Jim Poe
Greatness and Light: 33 of inthemix's 100 Greatest Australian Dance Tracks Mixed by Jim Poe

I was honored to be commissioned by inthemix (@inthemix_com_au) to create a mastermix of selections from their definitive list of the 100 Greatest Australian Dance Tracks of All Time. (I also voted on and contributed writing to the list.) This was a fun and challenging task, and an educational one for a relatively new immigrant to these shores. There’s so much great Australian music that I hadn’t paid enough attention to (Severed Heads, Pnau, noughties indie like Empire of the Sun that predated my time here) or straight up hadn’t heard (Boxcar, Gerling, Honeysmack, the mighty Wa Wa Nee), along with Aussie classics that I’ve loved for years (DJ HMC’s 1995 bomb “Phreakin” foremost among them). I discovered the weird (“Insect”), the unexpected (what the hell is Kool Keith doing here?) and even some old music made by new friends (Phil Smart and Sameer Sengupta's gnarly “Kickflip Manual”). Putting it together was quite a trip through the very rich musical history of my adopted country. Read the list in full here: http://www.inthemix.com.au/features/60357/The_100_Greatest_Australian_Dance_Tracks_Of_All_Time Track list 1 Severed Heads – “Dead Eyes Opened” 2 Boxcar – “Insect” 3 The Presets – “Girl and the Sea” 4 Empire of the Sun – “Walking on a Dream” 5 Canyons – “When I See You Again” (DJ Kaos Extended Mix) 6 Flight Facilities – “Claire de Lune” 7 Seekae – “Void” 8 Ta-Ku – “We Were in Love” 9 Hermitude – “Hyperparadise” (Flume Remix) 10 Groove Terminator feat. Kool Keith – “You Can’t See” 11 The Avalanches – “Frontier Psychiatrist” 12 Flume – “Holdin On” 12.5 Flume – “Holdin On” (Hermitude Remix) 13 Touch Sensitive – “Pizza Guy” 14 Late Nite Tuff Guy – “I’m Going Outta My Head” 15 Tornado Wallace – “Circadia” 16 Sgt. Slick – “White Treble, Black Bass” 17 Riot in Belgium – “The Acid Never Lies” 18 Wa Wa Nee – “Stimulation” 19 Cut Copy – “Saturdays” 20 Pnau – “Baby” (Breakbot Remix) 21 Kylie Minogue – “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” (Superchumbo Voltapella Mix) 22 Pnau – “Sambanova” 23 [Love] Tattoo – “Drop Some Drums” 24 Gerling – “Dust Me Selecta” 25 B(if)tek – “Machines Work” 26 Honeysmack – “Walk on Acid” 27 DJ HMC – “Phreakin” 28 Smart N Pocket – “Kickflip Manual” 29 Andy Page – “Serpent” 30 Yothu Yindi – “Treaty” (Filthy Lucre Remix) 31 Lostep – “Burma” 32 Itch-E & Scratch-E – “Sweetness and Light” 33 Ground Level – “Dreams of Heaven” Thanks to Dave Harman (@Venda) for mastering support.

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11. Jim Poe - Love Turns Liquid

  • Published: 2013-10-06T14:28:30Z
  • By Jim Poe
Jim Poe - Love Turns Liquid

SPRING THING 2013 Track list: 1. Jay Tripwire – “Hot and Sour” [Republic Music] 2. Alexander Koning – “Jamaican Summer” [Percep-tion] 3. Alexander Koning – “Jamaican Summer” (Jay Tripwire Remix) [Percep-tion] 4. Andreas Saag – “Nobody Here” (Pete Moss Remix) [Dig Deeper] 5. Natan H & Amy Jean – “I Know” [Man Make Music] 6. Maya Jane Coles – “The High Life” [2020Vision] 7. Millok & Zigelli – “Feel Me” (Mario Basanov Remix) [NM2] 8. Jacques Renault – “Back to You” (Paradis Remix) [Let’s Play House] 9. Dream 2 Science – “My Love Turns to Liquid” [Power Move Records] 10. Nacho Marco – “Friday Night” [Ovum Recordings] 11. Iron Galaxy – “Refining Fire” [Room with a View] 12. Lusine – “Lucky” (Jeremy Greenspan Remix) [Ghostly International] 13. André Lodemann – “Imagine” [Dessous Recordings] 14. Tetê de la Course – “Before Sunrise” [House Café Music] 15. Imaani Brown – “The Waters in My Eyes” (Julu Sound Floor Remix) [Open Bar Music] 16. Code 718 – “Equinox” (Henrik Schwarz Remix) [Strictly Rhythm]

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12. Jim Poe - Cosmic Supreme

  • Published: 2013-11-03T09:14:07Z
  • By Jim Poe
Jim Poe - Cosmic Supreme

We will be here forever. 1. Jay Tripwire – “Acid Beans” [Republic Music] 2. David Alvarado – “Blue” [Ultra] 3. Truncate – “Message” [Truncate] 4. David Alvarado – “Ysleta” [Ovum] 5. Arttu – “Summin Bout Drums” (Basic Soul Unit Remix) [4Lux Black] 6. Ike Release – “Cosmic Supreme” [Delsin] 7. Ike Release – “Westview” [Delsin] 8. Basic Soul Unit – “Night Heat” [mule electronic] 9. E.B.E. – “Whole” [Solid Trax] 10. Child – “Ancient Tales of the Smoke Viper” (Vince Watson Remix) [Haul Music] 11. Lazy Fat People – “Club Silencio” [Planet E] 12. Kosmic Messenger – “Fullmoon” [Elypsia] 13. Appleblim – “Past Present Future” [Apple Pips] 14. Mark E – “Oranges” [Spectral Sound] 15. Xosar – “The Calling” [Rush Hour] 16. Lone – “Begin to Begin” [R&S] 17. Recloose featuring B. Slade – “Feels Like Magic” (C2 Edit) [Rush Hour] 18. Percy X – “Bit Player” [Soma]

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13. Jim Poe - Running

  • Published: 2013-12-16T13:36:20Z
  • By Jim Poe
Jim Poe - Running

Tracklist: 1. Bruce Ivory – “Clap to Your Hands” [Street Edits] 2. The Detroit Emeralds – “You’re Getting a Little Too Smart” (Daniel Stefanik Edit) 3. Bruce Ivory – “Harlem” [Street Edits] 4. DJ Sneak – “Show Me the Way” [Henry Street] 5. Aquanauts – “Tribute” [Guidance] 6. Glenn Underground – “Disco, House, etc.” [Guidance] 7. 6th Borough Project – “The Formula” (Dub Vibes) [Instruments of Rapture] 8. Lepumpernic – “Keep Hold Tight” [GMi Productions] 9. DJ Duke – “Running” [DJ Exclusive] 10. Tom Trago – “Use Me Again” (Carl Craig Refix Mix) [Rush Hour] 11. Roy Ayers Ubiquity – “Running Away” (The Noodleman Rework) 12. DJ Ino – “Where Is My Gin?” [Republic Music] 13. Tête de la Course – “I Was Born in the ’80s” 14. Sister Sledge – “You Fooled Around” (Late Nite Tuff Guy Rework) 15. Bryan Ferry – “Don’t Stop the Dance” (Greg Wilson & Derek Kaye Mix) [Virgin] 16. Todd Terje – “Strandbar” (Disko Version) [Olsen] 17. Muffin Man – “Power Up” (Charles Webster’s Up Mix) [Baked] 18. Muffin Man – “Power Up” [Baked] 19. Kinky Foxx – “So Different” [Sound of New York] Respect to Nile Rodgers and DJ Jëno

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15. There I Was, Changed

  • Published: 2012-12-21T10:20:00Z
  • By Jim Poe
There I Was, Changed

“You changed my way to something new...” + Track list: 1. Nico Purman - “Melina” [Crosstown Rebels] 2. Robag Wruhme - “Pnom Gobal” [Pampa] 3. WhoMadeWho - “Keep Me in My Plane” (DJ Koze Hudson River Dub) [Gomma] 4. Fresh Tee - “Nordic Waves” (Andreas Saag Remix) [EleFlight] 5. Mario & Vidis featuring Ernesto - “Changed” (André Lodemann Remix) [Future Classic] 6. Chris Malinchak - “Kuzari” [French Express] 7. Hot Chip - “How Do You Do?” (Todd Terje Remix) [Domino] 8. Chris Malinchak - “There I Was” [French Express] 9. Flight Facilities featuring Grosvenor - “With You“ (David August Remix) [Future Classic] 10. Joe - “MB” [Hemlock] 11. Blagger - “Strange Behaviour” (DJ Koze aka Swahaimi Remix) [Perspective] 12. Edward - “Naxa” [Merc] 13. Diles Mavis - “Be Somebody” [French Express] 14. Alex Gopher - “Super Disco” [Different] + “There’s not a problem... ’Cause I can do it in the mix...”

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16. I Can't Go Broke

  • Published: 2012-01-19T20:29:21Z
  • By Jim Poe
I Can't Go Broke

DJ mix recorded live at home on 13 January 2012

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17. Can't Envision It?

  • Published: 2012-08-10T07:01:18Z
  • By Jim Poe
Can't Envision It?

+ "Hey you, what's the delay?" + Sounds of a Sydney winter spent in limbo + Track list: 1. "Remember Me" (Steven Garcia's Total Recall Mix) - DJ Ino 2. "Perfect Lover" – Alessio Mereu 3. "What Am I Gonna Do?" (Pete Moss' Live and Direct Mix) – Max Martinez 4. "Envision" (Âme Remix) – Osunlade 5. "Where Are You Now?" (Jimpster Remix) – André Lodemann 6. "What God Has Chosen" (Jimpster Bonus Beats) – Pete Doyle Presents The Rock-Solid All-Stars 7. "What God Has Chosen" (Jimpster Main Mix) – Pete Doyle Presents The Rock-Solid All-Stars 8. "Stabs" – John Berg 9. "Going to the Core" – André Lodemann 10. "Love You So" (Leigh Morgan Remix) – Brabe 11. "Got to Let Go" (Dub) – 4 Da People 12. "Future You" – Pete Dafeet 13. "Don't Cheat" – Neil Smallridge 14. "Rhythm of the Night" – Basic Soul Unit 15. "Summerfunk" – Purveyors of Fine Funk +

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18. The First Time

  • Published: 2013-07-10T01:13:46Z
  • By Jim Poe
The First Time

Originally broadcast as the first episode of The Sub/Urban on Chill Lover Radio on February 9, 2013 1. Shur-I-Kan – “Searching” (Fingers Mix) 2. Flowers and Sea Creatures – “A.M.” (Fred Everything Dubstramental) 3. Pete Moss – “I See the Beauty” 4. Atjazz and Julian Gomes – “Overshadowed” 5. Ferrer & Sydenham, Inc. – “Timbuktu” (Âme Remix) 6. M.J. White – “Heal the Land” (Steven Garcia’s Tiger Balm Soul Mix) 7. St. Germain – “The First Time” 8. Juan Mejia and DJ Wady – “On the River” (Tonality Mix) 9. Manoo – “Abyss” 10. André Lodemann – “Together” 11. Herbert – “It’s Only” (DJ Koze Remix) 12. Robag Wruhme – “Thora Vukk” 13. Alton Miller and Stéphane Vera featuring Angélique – “Stars in Your Eyes” (André Lodemann Dub) 14. Şahin Meyer – “Spread Love” 15. Neil Smallridge – “Don’t Cheat” 16. Lukas Greenberg – “Attention Musique” (The Timewriter Remix) 17. Alexis Raphael - “Kitchens and Bedrooms” 18. Youandewan – “1988” (Jimpster’s Second Summer of Love Mix) 19. Hot Chip – “How Do You Do?” (Todd Terje Remix)

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19. The Path of Most Resistance

  • Published: 2012-02-16T05:31:24Z
  • By Jim Poe
The Path of Most Resistance

DJ mix recorded live at home on 15 February 2012 Discover deepest destiny undercover

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20. Sablon

  • Published: 2014-04-30T09:59:42Z
  • By jim poe
Sablon

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