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Welcome to this site, here you can find the Radio One Essential Mix archives, ever since 1993 when it first broadcasted, up until today, and for the future. In time there will be features added for "artist in residence" which will be a profile of a DJ/Producer we will pick each month, and give you information about them and what they are doing now.

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The 20 comments on this page:

 synkboy writes: [ 2006-01-01 - Sasha at Maida Vale, Essential Mix of The Year 2005 ]
What happened to the Sasha of old?

Euphoric breakdowns that had the hairs on the back of your neck standing on end.

His music used to be so evocotive and his sets pre 2000 were absolutely rocking.

This programmed nonsense is not Sasha,and he will not be Sasha again until he replaces Ableton with good old vinyl and CD's again.
[ Posted on 2006-03-25 17:23:46 ] [email]

 synkboy writes: [ 2006-01-15 - Caged Baby ]
Mixing is terrible on this one,
another artist who has picked up a pair of headphones and is djing off the back of their productions imho.

Some decent tunes on this one though.
[ Posted on 2006-03-25 17:20:49 ] [email]

 synkboy writes: [ 2006-01-22 - Yousef ]
Average at best,
what happened to the Yousef of old?

Jacking house???
I would rather be "jacking off" that listen to this again.

Another mix that does'nt know what it wants to be,starts off disco-y,then goes into minimal territory...perhaps my most hated form of dance music ATM.

Go back to straight up house music Yousef...like you used to do.
[ Posted on 2006-03-25 17:19:17 ] [email]

 synkboy writes: [ 2006-03-05 - Alex Smoke ]
More minimal crap.

Music that is so lacking in anything remotely musicworthy.

Bland.
[ Posted on 2006-03-25 17:17:26 ] [email]

 synkboy writes: [ 2006-03-19 - Nathan Fake ]
"The Sky was Pink" saved this from a certain 1.

Bollocks as the rest of it is,the track I mentioned there is really good.
[ Posted on 2006-03-25 17:15:44 ] [email]

 synkboy writes: [ 2006-03-19 - James Holden ]
This is awful.

Bland,shite,devoid of anything interested are some of the things I COULD say about it.

But personally I cannot think of a bad enough word or phrase to describe this garbage.
[ Posted on 2006-03-25 17:14:23 ] [email]

 synkboy writes: [ 2006-03-12 - Col Hamilton, Live from Lush in Port Rush ]
The atmosphere was absolutely electric in that place.

Colin played a decent set,not the best I have heard him play,but good nonetheless.
[ Posted on 2006-03-25 17:12:21 ] [email]

 Bongoloid writes: End of an earache. [ 1997-08-17 - Judge Jules ]
At least this mix only suffers from a few clangers, which is pretty good for Captain Edam!

On the upside the mixe flows nicely from funky stuff (Dj Disco sampling Cheech!), tuff 'Off da Floor,' The heavy acid funk of Progress Funk, that 'Prime target' EP (Sampling Ming!), and a very nice build from there into Trancey vibes, the obvious 'Brainbug...' This was the first time I'd ever heard Nalin&Kane's mix of Lustral and Da Hool, now somewhat overkilled.

Follow that with a taste of Speed Garage from Loop da Loop, and we drop into some very harmonious D&B.

Always slagged to death, but there was a touch of class there one time... or was I just so off my face for nigh on 5 years that a police siren would have done...
[ Posted on 2006-03-24 00:29:12 ] [email]

 Bongoloid writes: Back N The Day [ 1994-09-25 - Judge Jules ]
Just dowloaded this mix... and what a timewarp! This shows you just how diverse Jules' box used to be til he tranced out.

His history was so promising, too. from doing warehouse Rare Groove raves under the Family Funktion pseudonym with Norman Jay's Shake and Fingerpop crew (They were the same DJ stock), to Playing on Pirate station Kiss FM, while Paul Trouble Anderson slept on the roof to protect the Gear! excursions to the Paradise Garage followed and the scene was set... Those were the daze. His JDJ mix from 93 is the same kind of trip.

I find it very hard to swallow, hearing how he is now, more of a business man, like Tong, than a respected DJ. But it's the same all over with music. You can be respected and have the deepest crates, but when you've ben doing that for ten years and a chance comes by... some people just take the cheesy way out.

Anyway, this mix has some classic house moments, as well as the original version of 'I love U baby.' Expansions is always to hear, as well as Nyalfish. It's just what house music WAS about... Selah
[ Posted on 2006-03-23 22:38:22 ] [email]

 Bongoloid writes: San frandiscofunkhead [ 1998-08-23 - DJ Dan ]
One of the best from a DJ who can mix pretty much all styles... Dan!


This set builds from funky to old school to Tough Tech Biz to breaks and down to dubby biznisss.

Worth tracking down
[ Posted on 2006-03-23 18:43:10 ] [email]

 Bongoloid writes: The Judge won't budge... [ 1996-10-06 - Judge Jules ]
Although he blows it one the 3nd track in, this is a pretty consistent mix from the man who bears the words DISCO on his numberplate.

the afrowax track used to drive us fucking mad! They don't make tracks like 'Don't be afraid' anymore...

Good memories of not being able to remember anything whilst banging into walls at misery of sound back in 96... I was a clubbin baby!
[ Posted on 2006-03-23 18:40:01 ] [email]

 Bongoloid writes: Masters of Rhythm [ 2000-10-15 - Rhythm Masters ]
from the first time I heard their mix of Todd Terry's 'Jumpin,' I knew these guys were up my street. Saw em rip peach to bits in 96. Just the kinda Bouncy, filtered house that I can lose it to. This mix is no exception. Throwing all the Techy funk riddems the can with seamlessly tight mixing. You can't go wrong with this at a house parrty.

just a shame Steve Mac defected to the mundane sound of Underwater...

Check their 96 Emix for more of the same...
[ Posted on 2006-03-23 18:23:44 ] [email]

 nazgul writes: need help [ 2006-03-12 - Col Hamilton, Live from Lush in Port Rush ]
what is the title of the track , wich is playing in intro after the "we come one" by faithless ?
[ Posted on 2006-03-23 17:12:12 ] [homepage] [email]

 mekonin writes: tlist [ 2006-03-19 - James Holden ]
Cluster 'Rote Riki' (Spalax)
Depeche Mode 'The Darkest Star (Holden Dub)' Mute)
Motor 'Jizm' (Novamute)
Apparat 'Montreal' (Shitkatapult)
Kate Wax 'Heroine' (Viking Music)
Four Tet 'A Joy' (Domino)
The MFA 'Throw It Back (We Will Destroy You) (Bear Dub)' (Border Community)
Alex Smoke 'Slippers & Slappers' (Vakant)
Crash Course In Science 'Cardboard Lamb' (Press Records)
Petter 'Some Polyphony' (Border Community)
7hurtz 'Stokers Motor' (Output)
Holden 'Corduroy' (Border Community)
Black Dog 'End of Time' (Warp)
Solvent 'Science with Synthesizers' (Ghostly International)
Clark 'Frau Wav (Brief Fling)' (Warp)
Black Strobe 'Nazi Trance Fuck Off (Holden Remix)' (Crosstown Rebels)
[ Posted on 2006-03-21 16:05:50 ] [email]

 mekonin writes: tlist [ 2006-03-19 - Nathan Fake ]
Nathan Fake Laptop Set
(All Tracks By Nathan Fake)

'Bumblechord'
'Glow Hole'
'Stops'
'Grandfathered'
'Bridges (Build)'
'The Turtle'
'Long Sunny'
'The Sky Was Pink'


James Holden DJ Set

Cluster 'Rote Riki' (Spalax)
Depeche Mode 'The Darkest Star (Holden Dub)' Mute)
Motor 'Jizm' (Novamute)
Apparat 'Montreal' (Shitkatapult)
Kate Wax 'Heroine' (Viking Music)
Four Tet 'A Joy' (Domino)
The MFA 'Throw It Back (We Will Destroy You) (Bear Dub)' (Border Community)
Alex Smoke 'Slippers & Slappers' (Vakant)
Crash Course In Science 'Cardboard Lamb' (Press Records)
Petter 'Some Polyphony' (Border Community)
7hurtz 'Stokers Motor' (Output)
Holden 'Corduroy' (Border Community)
Black Dog 'End of Time' (Warp)
Solvent 'Science with Synthesizers' (Ghostly International)
Clark 'Frau Wav (Brief Fling)' (Warp)
Black Strobe 'Nazi Trance Fuck Off (Holden Remix)' (Crosstown Rebels)
[ Posted on 2006-03-21 16:05:02 ] [email]

 MrDub writes: [ 2005-01-02 - Radio Soulwax ]
Has to be 10 rated for me just because it's so diverse and actually very difficult to recreate this mad mixing style.

Pure genius even though some of the tracks aren't my ting.
[ Posted on 2006-03-21 13:33:36 ]

 MrDub writes: yay [ 2003-11-16 - Lee Coombs ]
Yeah, Lee Coombs rocks. If you are into slower breaks and big beats you'll love this, just like I did!
[ Posted on 2006-03-21 13:26:36 ]

 Bongoloid writes: Bangin [ 1998-10-25 - Judge Jules ]
A few dodgy tunes, as julesual, but again, those nutty ones like Copycat and Trackaholic really mashed my brains!
[ Posted on 2006-03-20 14:38:50 ] [email]

 Bongoloid writes: Jule's on top [ 1998-04-12 - Judge Jules ]
I thought this mix was great. a lot of people who slag Jules are only into one style, and he jumps from funky, hard, freaky, and trance, which I personally really dig. It flips your buzz.

Digger's set after was a bit of a come down.
[ Posted on 2006-03-20 14:36:09 ] [email]

 Bongoloid writes: Bye Bye Jules [ 1998-08-02 - Judge Jules ]
Probably the last time I saw Jules Was when He was spinning these tracks @ serious, Kings X.

Pumping disco and trance but well on his way to playlist land...
[ Posted on 2006-03-20 14:33:17 ] [email]

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