The underground inception mix

London underground inception map

I did this pacemaker device mix over 2 separate mini mixes while in London last year. I joined the mix together and walla you have the underground inception mix. A mixture of tech-trance reflecting the maze of some of the London underground stations.

Enjoy…

  1. Opium (Quiver remix) – Jerome Isma-Ae & Alastor
  2. Open up (Full vocal mix) – Leftfield
  3. Intruder – Armin van Buuren vs M.I.K.E
  4. One for you (Oliver Klein remix) – Oliver Klein
  5. Into the dawn (James Holden remix) – Accadia
  6. Godd – Marco V
  7. Fall to pieces – Jonas Steur feat Jennifer Rene
  8. Lunacy (Extended mix) – Stoneface & Terminal
  9. Nitric (Division one remix) – Hybrid system
  10. Stellar Perspetive – Hawkwind Light Orchestra
  11. Opulence – Simon Patterson
  12. Verdi – Mauro Picotto

Updated – Wednesday 20th November 2019

67th in the tech trance chart

One of the highest rated mixes to date, and I don’t rate as much as the Quiver in the underground mix.

A quiver in the underground mix

I did a number of mixes while in London for Mozfest but I quite liked the feel of this one. Some familiar tunes but quite different from my usual style. Mainly recorded on the Jubilee line, I present a quiver in the London underground mix. I found the perfect picture too.

  1. Activator, I know you can (That kid chris mix) – Whatever girl
  2. Air traffic (Erik De Koning remix) – Three drives
  3. Chinook – Markus Schulz pres. Dakota
  4. Opium (Quivver remix) – Jerome Isma-Ae & Alastor
  5. Surveillance – Jordon Suckley & Kutski
  6. Nitric (Division one remix) – Hybrid system
  7. Circa-Forever (Galen Behr & Organ Nilsen remix) – Rapid eye
  8. Opulence – Simon Patterson
  9. J’ai envie de toi (Protoculture remix) – Armin Van Buuren presents Gaia
  10. Z.I.T.A (M.I.K.E’s progressiva mix) – Hiver & Hammer with Funabashi
  11. Kubrick (Extended mix) – Jerome Isma-Ae & Alastor

Updated… I’m 95th in the global tech trance chart on mixcloud

mixcloud chart

1 year on from July 7th 2005 in London

London Remembers

London seems to be under a grey cloud today. I can't work out if its simply a Friday thing or people remembering what happened last year in the heart of central London. I wrote this long entry about the events during the day. Today in less that 30mins, I'll stand outside in the Kingsway and maybe just film the 2mins silence which is meant to happen at 12 midday. I'm considering just uploading it to Archive.org as a very Free Creative Commons licence. I was condering going up to Russell Square where the Bus Bomb went off, but I don't honestly feel like it right now.

So back from outside and people did come out to respect the silence at midday but the traffic was still going, so it was generally quite noisy. At lot of buses stopped but Taxi drivers didn't. Anyhow, I filmed about 5mins worth of sitting on the steps of the BBC Bush House looking northwards thinking about the people who were caught up in the bombs of a year ago.

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