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Breakbeat - Dj Conehead - Bleep 215

Discussion in 'DJ Mixes' started by isoprax, Jun 2, 2010.

  1. isoprax

    isoprax TRIBE Promoter

    Bleep Radio #215
    Aired: June 2nd, 2010
    Mixed by: Dj Conehead

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    Dj Conehead has a series of themed mixes he began a while back. The series focuses on old-school, Hardcore Breakbeat. Which, as you have already realized, is a very worthy topic. To celebrate his old-school, Hardcore Breakbeat series he's passed on the next two mixes to use as Bleep Radio shows. Today's Bleep is the fifth in the series and next week's Bleep will be the sixth. I hope you like your 90's era Bad-boy Breaks.

    0. 3d!t: Bleep Radio Intro
    1. Future Sound of London: Papua New Guinea (Jumpin' & Pumpin' 1991)
    2. Art Science Technology: A.S.T. (Debut 1990)
    3. Renegade Soundwave: Mash Up (Mute 1990)
    4. Project "86": Industrial Bass (Backroom Mix) (Nu Groove 1990)
    5. Eon: Inner Mind (Freebass Mind) (Vinyl Solution 1990)
    6. Genaside II: The Alchemist (Jumpin' & Pumpin' 1990)
    7. Shaft: Bolt's Beats (FFRR 1991)
    8. Earth Leakage Trip: Clockwork (Rising High Records 1992)
    9. Raw From China: Mover! (Reel II Reel Productions 1991)
    10. Is That It?: I.C.T.O.T. (D-Zone Records 1992)
    11. M.A.N.I.C.: I'm Comin' Hardcore (Union City Recordings 1992)
    12. Is That It?: State Of Mind (D-Zone Records 1992)
    13. Autonation: Sit On The Bass (Don't 1991)
    14. Ascendant Masters: Put The Drum Machine On (FXXX Off Records/ XS Rhythm Records 1992)

    Download The June 2nd, 2010 Archive

    Bleep Info:
    Next Weeks Show: Dj Conehead's Hardcore Breakbeat Part 6

    Bleep's goal is to bring quality dance-floor music, music without it's head up it's arse, to areas where it's seemingly lacking. Stale music has taken over and needs to move over. We need less labels, not more. Techno may be the label that Bleep assumes, but it's the Techno label of days gone by, one that encompasses much and has a sense of humour. The humour bit may be just me though. Enjoy.

    Anyone is highly encouraged to ask questions or comment about Bleep mixes. All questions will be answered. Help will be given. Direction will be shown.

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