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There are currently 56 mixes on this page, the last was uploaded on 07/05/2012 17:30:34

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Mix Info:Watching All The People Battling The Shadows 3.28mins @126BPM Atmospheric Vocal House/Dance

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Artist:The_Appprentice



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This mix is dance with an old skool influence.Thinking of all those people battling the shadows. The shadows are of course grief, dissapointment, lonelyness, sadness, homelessness, and temptation to become a bad person out of bitterness..

US2K Review: It is one of my own so I cannot review or score it.


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Mix Info:Learn to Fly 2:22mins @121BPM Old Skool Dance

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Artist:US2K



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Some more old skool for you that like it. The mix file is included but the start for the mp3 has been tweaked with some time stretching.

US2K Review: Sorry no review as it is one of my mixes.


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Mix Info:Hot Latina (Simple Live Instrumental) 2:37mins @134BPM Latin House

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Artist:John_Samely



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hello nigel, Here is my new mix, the base is made ??with ejay7, but then I mixed it again and put in some vocals. let the summer begin !!!!!

US2K Review: The mix begins immediately with the basis of a hook riff. This consists of a catchy piano riff, most likely to be chords but I cannot sure, and a drum pattern, including bass drum, clap and full Latin percussion. To keep the mix interesting there is a slow build of accompaniment layers. The first is after 14 seconds, a bass line playing root notes of the chords, and 14 seconds later another instrument, a harpsichord enters the mix right of the stereo field to answer, add energy and drive the existing musical hook pattern, and 66 seconds into the mix there is also another piano melody that completes the arrangement. The chosen progression of the mix is excellent at maintaining interest up to the minute mark, where a significant change takes place. It is interesting that although this musical passage is obviously a middle 8 or bridge that because it also another strong hook that answers the earlier one it acts also like a chorus, and is able to continue as an affective accompaniment for the main hook on the piano when it returns at the one minute 20 second position, and the second piano 16 seconds later. The result is a new variation of the hook that remains catchy until the two-minute fifty-four position in the mix, at which point there is one final change for the concluding musical theme.

The conclusion consists of an arrangement consisting of two melody lines answering each other, played by electronic piano, alternative bass line and a more laid back drum pattern. The bass drum leaves the mix at the minute 15-second position to leave the rest of the arrangement to continue to the sudden finish at two minute 30 seconds. Some may not like the abrupt ending but I think because of the there is a delay trail left behind by one of the instruments a natural fade out results.

My final analysis of this mix is that the structure is intelligent. Also the choice of musical arrangements and use of fills/crashes etc. to indicate variations or maintain interest is very well done. The melody lines are catchy and the drum patterns are very addictive. The use of stereo positioning, delay reverb and general productions in this mix are excellent but the provisional score of 8 out of 10 stands because this, instrumental version of 'Hot Latina' is not as good as the Vocal version also by John here


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Mix Info:DaRk ReDkRoS 4:50mins @125BPM 90s Dance

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Artist:John_Samely



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Sounds dark but it feel soft?????

US2K Review: This mix begins with a full dance 4 on the floor drum pattern, including bass drum, clap, hats and percussion. This groove very is soon joined by a synthetic flute sound playing a "broken melody". What I mean by this term is that the melody is not constant but intermittent like a backing jazz saxophone player and the notes played are only being used to add interest rather than lead or create a hook. After 16 seconds a more catchy lead melody (hook1) begins on a more artificial trance/techno sound, and then 16 seconds later another change is the additional higher octave and synth string accompaniment melodies that really complement and lift the mix. At the 45 seconds position in the mix there is a drop of the drum pattern and hook 1. This new musical bridge is joined with some atmospheric spooky vocoder vox, and a low octave slightly menacing ancient sounding low octave pad sound. At this point the listener begins to enjoy themselves more. After five seconds the bass drum and snare return, before the full arrangement returns including hook 1 but one of the earlier accompaniment instruments is replaced with the ancient sounding pad. The vocoded vocals continue to make occasional "appearances" and there is some nice coconut percussion at the 1 minute twenty five second mark, the "broken flute melody" leaves the mix followed by hook 1 and a new Egyptian/acid scale based melody takes over as lead. This works effectively with the ancient theme of 'DarkRedKross'.The mix is already extremely catchy but gets even better when the lead line is shortly played by a more percussive sounding instrument later. There is a change from Egyptian to a more 90s acid/techno feel. This lead finishes around two minute thirty three second positions, when the "broken melody" on the synthetic flute returns, the vocoded vox and drums to lead. At the two minute 48 second mix position there is a second bridge where all the drums are dropped. This bridge reintroduces some one of the earlier synthesiser melodies. There is a nice slow reintroduction of percussive instruments until the full groove is reinstated. By the three minute 42 second position the coconut percussion has returned followed by the catchy acid lead. This time pleasingly it lasts longer, for a catchy conclusion. It leaves the mix 22 seconds before the end leaving the menacing low octave synth/pad from the first bridge and drum pattern to finish the mix. The final end is instant but not abrupt, with the tail end of a note from the low octave pad used to smooth things out a little. My evaluation of this 90s dance mix is it is very well structured, has some very catchy musical moments, arrangements are interesting and the ethereal elements are brilliant. My score for this is 8 out of 10 and I recommend everyone listen to this imaginative composition who enjoys 90s dance music.


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Mix Info:Neon flasch (Neon Flash) 3:07mins @140BPM Moviescore Techno

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Artist:John_Samely



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I really digging the groove on this mix!!!!

US2K Review: This mix begins immediately with an American detective type jazz hook played on an acid instrument, accompanied by an unusual jazz/swing bass-line which seems to pan left and right of the stereo field instead of staying central to the mix. There is also from the very start of the mix percussion and a clap. 10 seconds later, a snare and bass drum pattern is added forming a main groove. A low atmospheric whistle sound, similar to that used for the famous “Mission Impossible” score, enters the mix to add a sense of suspense. A crash is used to add variation and announce repeats of the hook. At the twenty seconds position of the mix a drum fill introduces a section where the hook line is played either on a bell/piano sound. This change creates a very atmospheric result. This new hook repeats a few times before an intelligently timed crash and one more further repeat of the hook-line announces the introduction is coming to a close after 35 seconds. Shortly after that change, a hi-hat pattern enters the mix. The hook is also dropped in favour of a series of alternative musical themes to fulfil the role of mini bridges. Each bridge is based on the hook to ensure a common theme. At the 51 second mark the bass drum is reduced in strength, and one of the hi hat patterns leaves the mix, giving a temporary well timed relief from the main groove. Also there is alternative melody and bass-line at this point creating a new theme, which seems to conjure a sense of expectation. This continues until minute position in the mix at which point a stronger bass drum joins the drum arrangement, and the hi-hat that left the mix earlier returns. Just when the mix is becoming too repetitive, all the instruments, except the bass-line and hi-hat, and clap are dropped. A variation melody that matches the hook is played by a new string lead. This lead enhances the sense of a detective series theme. A succession of bass drums return to the mix, first a lighter one, then a more powerful one, and the accent clap is supported by a similarly sounding snare, including fills. This powerful groove continues until the 1 minute 58 second mark, at which point the piano/bell lead enters the mix, complimenting the string nicely and re-stating the original hook line. The conclusion begins at the 2 minute 25 second mark and is simply a bass line solo accompanied by a drum arrangement, including snare, lighter bass drum and a less powerful hi hat. After a few repeats of this theme the snare is faded out slightly. The mix finally ends on the bass drum only around the 3-minute mark. My conclusion of Neon flash is the use of crashes, snare rolls, and other effect to indicate changes is very affective. I noticed at points in the mix the tail end of an open hi hat sound is used to do this job. It intrigues me if this was achieved by accident as much of the best results in music often do. Back to my analysis of the mix, the melody lines are memorable and the choice of instruments fitting. The arrangements variations, and the chosen stereo pan positions of the instruments within are very well thought out assisting in the creation of a very sophisticated musical structure for the entire composition. The use of two bass drums was a very good idea to enhance changes in groove. The genre of the music did not particularly require large amounts of delay or reverb and the overall production of this mix. This mix is an excellent techno track suitable for a detective or gangster film. I score it with 10 out of 10 and recommend everyone has a listen.


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Mix Info:Apollo Drive 5:11mins @127BPM Happy 80s Dance

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Artist:John_Samely



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Just somthing for the dark cold days!!!have fun!!! and NIGEL happy newyear,keep going this way.

US2K Review: The introduction begins with a main dance groove, 4 on the floor drum pattern consisting of a bass drum, accent clap on every second beat, and hi hats. This is accompanied by a rhythmic lead played on a low octave harpsichord. After only 6 seconds the foot is already tapping. Left and right-panned happy electric piano lines join the lead to harmonise and form a hook. There are Intermitted bass lines which add punch and when the Latin sounding percussion at the 22 second mark the vibe is already infectiously danceable. The new hook (main hook) on the synth sound at the 30-second mark is very catchy. The piano being reduced to an occasional “jingly” piano scale to answer repeats of the hook is a very affective change. The break in the mix at the 52 second mark where the bass line and all drums leave the mix temporarily is timed spot on and what a professional touch I thought when the hook remains as a lower octave filtered harpsichord sound. It restates the theme of the mix well until the return of the hi-hat and a brief string to add some atmosphere enters the mix and of the bass returns. At the 1 minute 32 mark a siren sound and a subtle whoosh sound is used very well, for a change it does not sound out of place and succeeds in creating excitement and a serves the purpose of a crash to hint the return of the main groove. I am unsure if it was intended but the siren is blended so well it sounds almost like a live saxophone player. The main groove returns and the main hook and the mix continues in 90s dance style for a further 20 seconds until the next short break in the mix. This time only the bass drum and clap leave the mix and the hi-hat remains to create a sense of anticipation. After the break the listener is treated to a well thought out variation, formed by an earlier musical arrangement without the main hook, which is substituted for Latin percussion. This continues until the 2 minute 32 second mark where nearly all previously heard instruments leave the mix. The remaining clap and hi hat are joined by a new ravey/dancey sounding bridge lead on a harpsichord and an occasional atmospheric higher octave string/pad sounds. The pad at the 2 minute 45 second mark sounds great, a cross between oriental and sci-fi. I think the artist knew this arrangement was a great sound as it is used to form a second hook. If I had a few beers in a club I would have been dancing at this point for sure. The mix continues like this until the 3 minute 24 second mark at which point there is a final break of a form similar to the first in the mix but includes the second and first hooks. After a further few seconds, the conclusion is then announced very affectively with the siren/pseudo saxophone sound. The conclusion itself is the main hook from earlier including Latin percussion, followed a another short break of the drums and then a repeat of one of the other interesting variations from earlier but without the Latin percussion this time. The mix finally finishes on solely the drum pattern and then only the hi-hat and clap. My final conclusions of "Apollo" is that it is a very well produced 90s dance mix. Use of variation and instrument selection, as well as arrangement and stereo position demonstrates a very high level of musical expertise. The use of sound effects is intelligent. I particularly respected the use of the siren as it worked well fulfilling the role of the usual crashes and drum rolls without sounding "gimmicky" or "tacky". The melodies and drum sections are all very enjoyable. The entire composition is excellent. On reviewing this mix, and taking into consideration what was used to produce it, I rise the score to 10 out of 10. I suggest everyone has a listen to this a lovely happy/warm sounding 80s/90s dance mix.