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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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Leftfield Broadcasted on Saturday 6th August, 1994

Leftfield - "Melt" (Hard Hands)
PiL - "Radio 4" (Virgin)
Jam & Spoon - "Hispanos In Space" (Dance Pool)
Beamont Hannant - "Sym-Phone 5" (GPR)
Edge Test - "untitled" (white label)
Happy Larry's Big Beat Orchestra featuring Shaggy Wonder - "Lego Beat" (Beep Distraxion)
Cool breeze - "C'Mon" (Dorado)
Danny Red - "Riddimwise" (Columbia)
Dust Brothers - "Dope Cal" (Junior Boys Own)
Up Bustle & Out - "Too Many Tricksters" (Ninja Tune)
Mike Dread - "Machine Codes" (Kosmik Konundrums)
Moody Boys - "Fight Back" (Guerilla)
Mezzontinto EP - "Dub Experience" (St Germain En Layf)
The Disciples - "Prowling Lion" (Boom Shaka Lacka)
Alpah & Omega - "Jah Is Calling" (A&O)
Kenny Dope Presents - "The Bucketheads" (Tribal Rydims)
Disco Drunkard - "Tet" (Vinyl Solution)
Dave Clarke - "Red" (Bush)
Robert Armani - "Up" (Alternative Current)
Flammable - "Dubbin' To The Sond" (Hard Hands)
Vinyl Blair - "Dope" (Hard Hands)
Leftfield - "Space Shanty" (Hard Hands)
EC Groove Society - "Last Elboy" (Prime)
Daft Punk - "Alive" (Soma)
Oricom - "A Quick SoundAdventure" (MusicMan)
Dual Mount - "Sub Bass" (Tesseract)
Secret Cinema - "Timeless Altitude" (Music Man)
Purpule Plejade - "Realms Of Juman Consciousness" (DJax)
artist unknown - "untitled" (white label)
Jazz Breaks Vol. 5 - "Consciousness" (Ninja Tune)
Basscut - "Paradise Place" (Deep Distraxion)
Strange Brew - "Hasashim's Groove" (Robs Records)
Renegade Soundwave - "Mash Up" (Mute)
Ballistic Bros Vs The Eccentric Afros - "And It Goes Like This" (Delancy Street)
Strange Brew - "Burnin' Down" (Robs Records)
Smith & Mighty - "Killa" (ffrr)
Woodshed - "Tales From The Woodshed" (Cloak & Dagger)
artist unknown - "untitled" (white label)
Full Moon Scientist - "Monday Morning Dread" (Hard Hands)
No Use - "Squong DM" (Oversky)

 seeker  - 10
 Neil1jnr  - 10
 debector  - 10
 headstrong  - 10
 matrix  - 10
 mute_aux  - 10
 Desyn  - 9
 a massive zebra  - 9
 Malacoda  - 9
 Triggerz  - 9
 TruGroovez  - 9
 SYSTEM-J  - 9
 ad1mt  - 8
 Slisje  - 8
 anuK  - 7

 seeker writes: wicked journey
very well mixed. moves through downtempo and reggae bits into some serious techno and acid.

completely classic.
[ Posted on 2002-05-21 00:31:55 ] [email]

 ad1mt writes: this is a great mix
this is a great mix - especially the first hour.

for me, the second hour is not quite as good, hence 8 instead of 10.
[ Posted on 2004-06-23 12:12:05 ] [homepage]

 Slisje writes: wow
rated 8
really nice tunes (like the Saint german part) an amasing set!
I think if you play this @ a club the people will love it!
[ Posted on 2004-11-08 11:28:44 ] [email]

 Malacoda writes: Zesty!
This one seems to improve with each listen. Over a decade has passed and it still sounds remarkably fresh. Here we have a monumentally tasty mix that moves through highly diverse lands of range, style and tempo. Spacey downtempo electro, jazzy breaks, funk, dub, old-skool hip hop, strange futuristic techno, tribal beats and some seriously slammin acid house. What's more, it all works.

Really, the more I think about it, the more respect I have for the diversity of this mix. It's like a crazy mash-up of genres that nevertheless seems logically planned. Look for early Ninja Tune, Dust Brothers, Daft Punk and Jam/Spoon in the groovier sections, while obscure, classic acid rules in the middle of the mix.

Also, as is the case with these older mixes, Tong only chimes in a few times and there are no Radio1 promotional vocals mixed into the music.

These gents were true pinoeers. Find this mix and cherish it.
[ Posted on 2005-05-20 20:13:31 ]

 headstrong writes: Wonderful
I think that people of 1994 just wasn't ready to this sounds.Excellent compilation!
Track
Mezzontinto EP - "Dub Experience" (St Germain En Layf)
will be
St. Germain - "Dub Experience" (St Germain On Laye)
Enjoy!
[ Posted on 2005-12-25 15:41:40 ]

 Triggerz writes:
This EM is up there with the best.
A fantasic mix selection. I can see where their influences came from.
[ Posted on 2006-10-09 13:01:46 ] [homepage] [email]

 debector writes:
very good and eclektik mix !!!
[ Posted on 2007-02-20 16:30:16 ] [email]

 SYSTEM-J writes:
To say these boys weren't known as DJs and earned their reputations through producing, this is a mix that shames many full-time professional DJs. Barnes and Daley show some real skills here, from playing records at the wrong RPM to cutting back and forth between tracks and mixing effortlessly between genres. There's practically no prog house either - it goes from ambient through the funkiest of breaks and dub into some serious techno, and then back out the other side. A great example of a production act using a DJ set to show the music that influenced them, rather than just playing a predictable signature style.

It does run out of steam a bit towards the end, but the first hour is nigh-on perfection so it deserves a 9/10.
[ Posted on 2011-01-06 23:19:30 ]

 Neil1jnr writes: Favourite
This mix is by far the best essential mix and probably THE best mix I have ever listened to. I only first heard it in 2009 and it is absolutely brilliant! I would advise anyone that is seriously into their electronic music to have a good listen.
[ Posted on 2011-11-25 22:40:29 ] [homepage] [email]

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