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The kind folks at Panda asked us to create a mix for their pop-up space at Art Basel in Miami so being we are “Panda Bear Digital” we created a download link for those who would like the dj mixes. It’s a 2-piece dinner of aural delights featuring a range of artists that span various genres from classic rock to hip-hop to dubstep… Mixes are by iBeat and Rontronik.
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This Thursday, the CGN crew is celebrating 9 years of of our weekly Thursday party, which underwent various names, put is now called PCKTPRN.
They put out a special 3 part iMix series which is hosted over at my homies website. Download it, drink some lemonade, and come shake your groove thang this Thursday!!!
A beautiful flyer designed by the one and only Rontronik. It will be a crazy night to remember so if your in the city come thru.
This special iMix is more like an emotional rollercoaster; I tried to capture the mood I felt upon hearing MJ’s unfortunate death. A drew a lot from Motown and the hits from the 50’s and 60’s. I’m aware of what everyone else is doing with their various mixes but since I’m not really a DJ, and was once a huge Micheal Jackson fan, I felt like the only thing I can do is be truthful about my emotions and choose the selections that best represented that moment. I’m still fuckin’ shock, though!
Download mp3 here.
1 We Need Love- Johnny Osbourne
2 Little Star- Elagants
3 Closing Time- Tom Waits
4 My Love Is Your Love- Whitney Houston
5 A Little On The Lonely Side- Frankie Carle And His Orchestra
6 Roses Ft. Georgia Anne Muldrow- Mos Def
7 Dion & The Belmonts – Teen Angel- Various Artists
8 Accordion – Madlib\Doom Remake- Tiffany Paige
9 If I Were Dying- Albert Stone with Eddie Cochran
10 I Want You Back- The Jackson 5
11 Fantastic- Will.I.Am
12 One Summer Night- Danleers
13 Walk On By- Dionne Warwick
14 Leaving Here- Eddie Holland
15 The Last Time- Gnarls Barkley
16 Let’s Hang On- Four Seasons
17 There Was a Time- James Brown
18 Sunny C- Ahmad Miller
19 Pretend- Carl Mann