Backtrax: Lv. 28 Mix – Winter 2013

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Finishing up our tour of birthday remixes going back to 2010, today’s Backtrax takes us to last winter’s mix and to when I turned twenty-eight and started figuring crap out. Presenting the last stop on the tour, the Lv. 28 Mix!

Name Game: I started playing two first person shooter RPGs like it was my job: Mass Effect and Borderlands. I spent most of my time leveling up. It just so happens I attained level 28 on my birthday…

Temporality: Morning. Definitely morning. You can pull off early afternoon, but tihs is definitely a wake up and have a cup of coffee, or a mimosa and get to work mix.

Notable Tracks:

Beat Assailant – “Hard Twelve (The Ante)” and Dynas feat. Wrekonize, LMS and Rich Medina – “90 Degrees”: These are great examples of the last gasp of legitimate hip-hop that I’ve seen that isn’t the glorification of trying to be Jigga, Weezy, or someone else know by a ridiculous shortening of their stage name that ends in a vowel sound. B.A. and Dynas each actually have something to say hat’s substantive and says so without resorting to slapping hoes, or talking about guns. Each of their beats are classic and complicated in a unique way. If you pulled B.A. off the track, you would have no way of knowing that this was a hip-hop track. With Dynas, its a straight beat, but the addition of harmony in the lyrics make the beat more real instead of just this hook you use to get people to listen to the track.

Michiko – “Stuck On You (Lemongrass Samba De Sol Remix)”: This is what you get when you blend downtempo, house, and bossa nova together. Michiko’s vocals are sweet and soulful, the bossa beat makes you want to drink, and the beat drives the song in such a way that it’s almost extraneous, but at the same time you know that if it was much harder, the song wouldn’t be able to keep up.  This is probably my number two favorite track on the list. Rover’s “Silence to Navigate” is my favorite, but that has already been featured on a playlist.

Tracklist:

  1. Cocoon – “American Boy”
  2. Beat Assailant – “Hard Twelve (The Ante)”
  3. Dynas feat. Wrekonize, LMS and Rich Medina – “90 Degrees”
  4. Wax Tailor feat. Jennifer Charles – “Heart Stop”
  5. Mariama – “Easy Way Out”
  6. Ami – “Trumpet Lights (Extended Edit)”
  7. Michiko – “Stuck On You (Lemongrass Samba De Sol Remix)”
  8. Severin – “The Edge of a Sunday (Breakbot Remix)”
  9. Late Night Alumni – “Shine”
  10. Funky Engine – “Promised Land”
  11. Highco – “If Only I Could (Club Mix)”
  12. Beat Service feat. Loverush UK and Shelly Harland – “Different World 2013 (Beat Service Edit)”
  13. Cool Project feat. A Girl and a Gun – “Russian Winter (Manteeny Remix)”
  14. Dirty South & Michael Brun – “Rift”
  15. The Hundred in the Hands – “Young Aren’t Young”
  16. Rover – “Silence to Navigate”
  17. Late Night Alumni – “Summer Lies”

Stay tuned for Monday’s debut of the newest birthday mix, 29 Lines Mix!

Happy Listening!

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Backtrax: Biorhythm Mix 9-9-9 Mix – Winter 2012

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We continue the birthday series with today’s Backtrax, which takes us to the winter of 2012 and into the throes of work related depression and stress. I mean seriously, this is the follow up list to the FDNDA Mix, you expected hearts and flowers? Anyways, here’s is the 9-9-9 Mix!

Name Game: The credit for this name is completely due (as Rachel Maddow calls him) the Herman Cain Art Project. During the 2012 elections, Herman Cain was getting pressed for details on his tax plan, the infamous 9-9-9 Plan, which made no sense and was savagely ripped apart. It was made funnier once he began answers on economics by simply saying 9-9-9. It also just happens that 9+9+9=27. This almost became the Galaxy Express 999 mix, but that movie depressed the crap out of me when I was younger, so I opted not to watch it again.

Temporality: Early morning/night. Let’s face it, none of these songs really should be played in the light of day. It’s a downer list. It’s a survival list.

Notable Tracks:

Glee Cast feat. Olivia Newton-John – “Physical”: The only reasons why this track even made it to a playlist are because a) this is pop-electro done right and b) the entire cast is far the hell away from this, it’s just Jane Lynch and Olivia Newton-John. Full disclosure: I FUCKING HATE GLEE!

Example – “Stay Awake (Radio Edit)”: If done right, Europeans rapping over the top of electronic tracks can sound awesome. “Written in the Stars (Super Red Berry Remix)” is a great example of this from Jason Born. What sold me on that, is the same thing that sold me on this, the track itself. These synths here are absolutely gorgeous. I’m a big a fan of the chord progression, and unlike other songs in this genre (I’m looking at every song you ripped off of a legit trance/house producer, Pitbull), I actually care about the lyrics

Darkness Falls – “The Void”: I’m a sucker for female vocalists who an harmonize in a melodic track, but when you have more than one woman singing in harmony on a track that features some very weird sounds thrown in just because, then you have something special. Yes, it’s a downer song, but the melody, especially in the harpsichord bridge makes this okay.

Tracklist:

  1. Glee Cast feat. Olivia Newton-John – “Physical”
  2. Owlle – “Free (Parisien Mix)
  3. Birkii – “Holy War”
  4. Wolfpack Beartrack – “Modern Realm”
  5. Exotica – “Spectrum (Radio Edit)”
  6. LA – “Zephyr”
  7. Pyramid – “The Race”
  8. capsule – “Keep Hope Alive” (can’t find a clean rip, start listening at 16:43)
  9. Deppstar – “Teardrop (Deppstar Extended Mix)”
  10. Parker & Hanson – “Afterthought (Heatbeat 6.0 Remix)”
  11. Lisa Miskovsky – “Still Alive (Johan Malmgren 2012 Bootleg)”
  12. Coldplay – “Paradise (Tiesto Remix)”
  13. Example – “Stay Awake (Radio Edit)”
  14. Kele vs. Sander van Doorn feat. Lucy Taylor – “What Did I Do Wrong (Radio Edit)”
  15. Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – “Turn It Down (Radio Edit)”
  16. Aboutblank & KLC feat. DJ Bo – “Gaensehaut (Im 7 Himmel) (Video Edit)”
  17. Jean Jacques Smoothie – “2People (2011 Rework Dcup Remix)”
  18. Mark Ronson & The Business Intl. – “Record Collection 2012 (Plastic Plates Remix)”
  19. Darkness Falls – “The Void”
  20. New Navy – “Zimbabwe (Flume Remix)”
  21. Zwicker – “Who You Are (Wood Version)”
  22. Essay – “Morning Mountain”

Happy Listening!

Backtrax: Biorhythm Mix Mk. 26 Mix – Winter 2011

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Continuing the run up to my birthday, today’s Backtrax takes us back to the winter of 2011 and to my first foray into the professional job market. The Mk.26 mix is a go!

Name Game: I more or less “finished” a novel I was writing near abouts this time, and when I saved different drafts of it, I used the British mark system. 26th birthday became mk. 26.

Temporality: Evening. Coming home at dusk, the downtempo/”fashion house” tracks got me through the busy-ness of Cleveland traffic, the indie through the boringness of what I called “no man’s land” between I-480 and Macedonia, and the DnB and speed for the run down 8.

Notable Tracks (omitting Late Night Alumni and Munk, as they are the shit and have been featured in every playlist known to mankind…):

Inspiro & Ornella Vanoni – “Perduto (Inspired Club Mix)”: Imagine some hoity-toity fashion show, with people who have more money than God, right? Twiggy supermodels with no curves, $15,000 bottles of champagne, blow on the backs of gold gilt toilets, and of course, every photog in the known universe. Put a model on the catwalk and send her on her way. Now, give her some music to walk to. This would totally be playing in your head, especially for Paris or London Fashion weeks. The lyrics are in Portuguese or Spanish, neither language do I understand or care about for this song, but the chorus , bridge and the end solos are what give this tract that trashy high street fashion vibe.

Lisa Miskovsky – “Still Alive (Traxx Project DnB Remixx)”: Shortly before my birthday, I went to Akron’s only EDM night and it was a bunch of down guys spinning some DnB. I had briefly been with some DnB in high school, but didn’t really appreciate it. This track was spun that night, and I well and truly got it quick. It was only well after the fact that this is a remix of a track from Mirrors’s Edge

Tracklist:

  1. Donati feat. Clau Leoporace – “Bossa Na Hora”
  2. Smacs & Patrick Kong feat. Louie Austen – “Coconut Girl (Radio Edit)”
  3. Inspiro & Ornella Vanoni – “Perduto (Inspired Club Mix)”
  4. Balage feat. Louis Hale – “How Did We Get to Here (Richard Earnshaw Mix)”
  5. Munk – “A Bored Heart”
  6. Munk – “Keep My Secret”
  7. Late Night Alumni – “It’s Not Happening”
  8. Late Night Alumni – “Angels and Angles”
  9. Lisa Miskovsky – “Still Alive (Traxx Project DnB Remixx)
  10. Blue Motion feat. Wreckage Machine – “Dream On”
  11. Jasper Forks – “Alone (Sunrider Remix)”
  12. Afrojack feat. Eva Simons – “Take Over Control (Ian Carey Remix)”
  13. David Tort & Thomas Gold – “Areena (Dirty South Remix)”
  14. Adam K & Naan – “Wake Up (Club Mix)”
  15. Kaskade & Tiesto feat. Haley – “Only You (Manufactured Superstars and Jquintel Remix)”
  16. Kaskade & Tiesto feat. Haley – “Only You (Ken Loi Remix)”
  17. Restless & Volatile feat. Siobhan – “Searching (Greg Myers Remix)”
  18. Deux – “Sun Rising Up (Vocal Mix)”
  19. Empire of the Sun – “We Are the People (The Shapeshifters Vocal Remix – UK Edit)”
  20. Hideo Kobayashi feat. Lisa Shaw – “Fearless (Original Mix)”
  21. El-B feat. Nat Mor – “I Feel (Original Mix)”
  22. Jenn Mierau – “Hum (Hollis P. Monroe Mix)”

Happy Listening!

Backtrax: Quarter Life Mix – Winter 2010

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So on Monday, I will be officially staring down the barrel of the big 3-0, so I thought that in honor of my upcoming birthday, I would feature the playlists that I created on or were playing during my previous birthdays.  Today’s Backtrax takes us back to the winter of 2010 and to the youthful days of when I turned twenty-five with the Quarter Life Mix

Name Game: This was the playlist running up to my 25th birthday, so it’s kinda obvious here.

Temporality: Afternoon/evening. This mix is a twofer. Everything is designed to flow together at any point in the afternoon, or if started in the early evening. If you wanted to split it down, everything above (and including) Late Night Alumni is afternoonish, while everything below (and including) is night.

Notable Tracks:

Since La Roux and Two Door Cinema Club have already been featured heavily (see the Census Mix and Miranda’s Riverfront Mix Mk 2), and there’s a host of other great tracks, I will use those.

Shout Out Louds – “Fall Hard (Passion Pit’s Summertime Radio Remix)”: The vocals here are okay for pitch (the words are kind of meh), but why this track is here comes down to one thing: the track itself. This is one of the best late winter/early spring wake up songs ever. The synths bleed out the melody so well that in late spring/early summer, it’s the perfect wake-up-and-wonder-what-am-I-going-to-do song

Elek-Tro Junkies feat. Therese – “Neon Lights (Wideboys Remix)”: One of the lasts gasps of truly good disco house with 70s influences before everything went 80s, Therese’s vocals is what originally pegged me to this song. I figured that if the vocalist on one of my all time favorite tracks ever (Stonebridge’s “Put ‘Em High (Seamus Haji Mix)”) from the possibly the best summer I’ve ever had (2007) was on a track, I had best pay attention. I was compeltely right. The chorus  in the chorus I think may have been a little off, but the way the synths and melody is layered is pure goodness. Bass does its job too.

Chris Lake feat. Nastala – “Give In”: A different look from the masterful Chris Lake, remember what I said about the 70s sound above? This is one of the first good 80s sounds I picked up. Again no surprise to me that Chris Lake is quality. “Carry Me Away” (featuring the talented Emma Hewitt) was the lead in to “Put ‘Em High” on my massive Summer Cocktail Mix.  As always, Chris Lake picks up talented vocalists. Nastala fits this song like a glove, especially when slightly auto-tuned/echoed.

Tracklist:

  1. Shout Out Louds – “Fall Hard (Passion Pit’s Summertime Radio Remix)”
  2. Two Door Cinema Club – “Cigarettes in the Theatre”
  3. Two Door Cinema Club – “This Is the Life”
  4. Two Door Cinema Club – “I Can Talk”
  5. Neon Indian – “6669 (I Don’t Know if You Know)”
  6. La Roux – “Quicksand”
  7. La Roux – “Colourless Colour”
  8. La Roux – “As If By Magic”
  9. La Roux – “Reflections Are Protection”
  10. Netsky – “Your Way”
  11. Late Night Alumni – “You Can Be the One”
  12. Elek-Tro Junkies feat. Therese – “Neon Lights (Wideboys Remix)”
  13. Florence + The Machine – “Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up) (Switch Remix)”
  14. Little Boots – “Earthquake (Clap Mike Amour Remix)”
  15. Alexandra Prince – “Rising High”
  16. Fenech-Soler – “Lies (Alex Metric Remix)”
  17. Adrian Lux – “Teenage Crime (Radio Edit)”
  18. Muse – “Undisclosed Desires (Thin White Duke Remix)”
  19. Chris Lake feat. Nastala – “Give In”
  20. Passion Pit – “Sleepyhead”
  21. Friendly Fires – “Skeleton Boy (7″ Single)”
  22. Chromeo – “Night By Night”
  23. Electric Valentine – “Body to Body”
  24. Henning Richter – “Drop Zone (Original Mix)”
  25. Lauren Flax feat. Sia – “You’ve Changed (Original Extended Mix)”
  26. Tiga – “Love Don’t Dance Here Anymore”
  27. La Roux – “In For the Kill (Skream’s Let’s Get Ravey Remix)”

Happy Listening!

Backtrax: Icebound Mix – Winter 2011

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Today’s Backtrax takes us back to the winter of 2011, shortly before I got my first professional office job to use my major. In fact, shortly after I dropped this mix, I got a Zune (which unfortunately just didn’t work) and this was the first playlist on it. Also, it draws parallels to this winter, because it just wouldn’t freaking end!

Enough talk, time for the music, here’s the Icebound Mix!

Name Game:  Much like this winter, once the snow came, it just wouldn’t end. In fact, this is the last playlist in the (newly coined) Snowy trilogy, following the Snowflake and Lake Effect mixes. Once the snow sticks around for awhile it becomes ice, and then it just doesn’t leave until spring.

Temporality: Afternoon/evening is the best, but it can be stretched into morning if you time it right. It’s designed to be steady in daylight, speed up in the evening and if you’re drinking, give you club tempos at night, which then leads to the chilldown at the end.

Notable Tracks:

Alfa Rococo – “Météore” – This a great French indie song that I heard the live version of on shortwave radio (yeah, I said , and you heard, it right. SHortwave radio.). It sounds just pretentious enough to be French, but not so much so that I hate the song. I particularly love the lyrics of the chorus (Je me fabrique des ailes [I’ll make myself some wings]/et je déchierai le ciel [and I’ll rip{down}/destroy the sky]/Quitte à me brûler le corps [even if my body burns]/La vie comme un météore [Life’s like a meteor]), and the guitar seems to swing along with it. You’ll have to hear the song to hear what I mean by that one.

Late Night Alumni – “It’s Not Happening”
Late Night Alumni – “Angels and Angles”: I’ve been listening to Late Night Alumni for quite some time, and of all the tracks they have ever created, these two somgs are my number three, and number one favorite songs, respectively. “It’s Not Happening’ is a quirky little number on Haunted given the rest of the tracks sound more moody and angsty like “Angels and Angles”. Speaking of, Everything about this song just goes. The guitar track itself is moody but busy. The semi DnB line brings the energy. Becky Jean Williams is certainly one of my favorite female vocalists of all time (her, Aruna, Nadia Ali [both of whom are on this playlist], Kathryn DeBoer, Origa, Sarah Cracknell, Lisa Shaw and that’s about it off hand), and she plays the duet with whoever the guy on the track is perfectly. I can keep going, but my description will never do it justice.

Tracklist:

  1. Cake – “Long Time”
  2. Donati feat. Clau Leporace – “Bossa Na Hora Donati”
  3. Smacs and Patrick Kong feat. Louie Austen – “Coconut Girl (Radio Edit)”
  4. Inspiro and Ornella Vanoni – “Perduto (Inspired Club Mix)”
  5. Alfa Rococo – “Météore”
  6. Munk – “A Bored Heart”
  7. Munk – “Keep My Secret”
  8. Late Night Alumni – “It’s Not Happening”
  9. Late Night Alumni – “Angels and Angles”
  10. Robyn – “Dancing On My Own”
  11. Restless & Volatile feat. Siobhan – “Searching (Greg Myers Remix)”
  12. Nadia Ali – “Rapture (Tristan Garner Remix)”
  13. Lange – “Sci-Fi Hero (Extended Mix)”
  14. David Tort & Thomas Gold feat. David Gausa “Areena (Dirty South Mix)”
  15. Lisa Miskovsky – “Still Alive (Traxx Project Remix)”
  16. Blue Motion – “Dream On”
  17. Shogun feat. Emma Lock – “Imprisoned (Original Mix)”
  18. Colonial One feat. Isa Bell – “Always On My Mind (Cordonnier Remix)”
  19. Sylvia Tosun – “Above All (Alex M.O.R.P.H. Club Mix)”
  20. Mike Shiver & Aruna – “Everywhere You Are (Original Mix)”
  21. Adam K & Naan – “Wake Up (Club Mix)”
  22. Jenn Mierau – “Hum (Hollis P. Monroe Remix)”
  23. El-B feat. Nat-Mor – “I Feel (Original Mix)”
  24. Rasmus Faber feat. Dyanna Fearon – “Everytime We”

Happy Listening!

Backtrax: FDNDA Mix – Winter 2012

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Today’s Backtrax takes us back to the winter of 2012, probably one of the worst winters of my life, and into arguably the most…what the hell happened to me playlist you are likely going to hear. Presenting the FDNDA Mix!

Name Game: This was the high water mark of truly hating my job. The distance, the clients. Co-workers were cool, and the only good thing about the job. I had a constant doom around me like I was getting metaphorically assraped every day, or “effed in the a” (for our PG rating). FDNDA

Temporality: Early morning/night Why the variance? The is either a brace mix, to steel yourself against the day, or a release where you just want to put up middle fingers and see who really gives a fuck (so much for the PG rating…).

Notable Tracks:

Blood Stain Child – “Sirius A” and “Stargazer”: Three words for you: trance death metal. This almost certainly had to have been a Kotaku hat tip because holy shit.

Dirty Vegas – “Little White Doves (Nightriders Remix)”

Man Without Country – “Closet Addicts Anonymous”

Mark Ronson & The Business Intl – “Record Collection 2012 (Plastic Plates Remix)”

Citizens! – “True Romance”

Galileo Galilei – “Asu E”: Every winter since the Synthesizers Akimbo Mix, I have consistently found a block of electro/idie tracks that are so awesome, that I forget how much I don’t like indie music. This is probably not true nearly as much as I have started to learn the difference between good shit and bad shit, This block of five songs is probably best set of indie and electro of all of my lists. The one standout, and for obvious reason is “Asu E”. First, it’s Japanese. Second, it’s an opening theme for Gundam AGE (the first one to boot. Its follow up, Negoto’s “Sharp #” appeared on the following spring’s Callback Mix). Third, it’s surprisingly American sounding.

Tracklist:

  1. Blood Stain Child – “Sirius A”
  2. Blood Stain Child – “Stargazer”
  3. Korn feat. Skrillex – “Chaos Lives In Everything”
  4. Korn feat. Skrillex & Kill the Noise – “Narcissistic Cannibal”
  5. Korn feat. Skrillex – “Get Up!”
  6. capsule – “I Will”
  7. capsule – “Keep Hope Alive” (can’t find a clean rip, start listening at 16:43)
  8. TyDi feat. Tania Zygar – “Why Do I Care? (Radio Mix)”
  9. Space RockerZ feat. Tani Zygar – “Puzzle Piece (Radio Edit)”
  10. Veracocha – “Carte Blance (Dabruck & Klein Remix)
  11. Moony – “I Don’t Know Why (Steven Quarre & Morris Mavado Remix)”
  12. Bodybangers feat. Carlprit & Linda Teodosiu – “One More Time (Radio Edit)”
  13. ATFC feat. Lisa Shaw – “Walk Away (ATFC’S VB Weekender Vocal Mix)”
  14. Jean Jacques Smoothie – “2People (2011 Rework – DCup Remix)”
  15. Sandy Rivera – “Love (Agent Greg Mix)”
  16. Soulstice – “Fall Into You “Fred Everything Movin’ Vocal Mix)”
  17. Blaze – “Lovelee Dae (Joyce Muniz Remix)”
  18. Dirty Vegas – “Little White Doves (Nightriders Remix)”
  19. Man Without Country – “Closet Addicts Anonymous”
  20. Mark Ronson & The Business Intl – “Record Collection 2012 (Plastic Plates Remix)”
  21. Citizens! – “True Romance”
  22. Galileo Galilei – “Asu E” (skip to 1:48…copyrights are a bitch…)
  23. Blood Stain Child – “Sai-Ka-No”
  24. capsule – “Open the Gate” (it’s the very first song.)

Happy Listening!

Backtrax: Decompression Mix – Winter 2013

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We’ve got more music and more time to listen to that music, so pull up a chair and prepare to to bliss out! Today we have a lovely Backtrax to the sounds of Winter 2013! We are slowly building towards that magical Friday drop day of yet another new playlist, and starting next week, a count of all the playlists created for my birthday, leading up to the dropping of another brand spanking new playlist (which should catch me up to current, temporally speaking)

Enough talking, let’s get this party started!

Name Game: While I was working my translator job at the insurance administrator, I was under a whole lot of stress. This mix got me through as I drove home on the cold winter nights in fine fashion

Temporality: Evening/night. Picture yourself driving down a freeway, not quite in the city, not quite in the country. It’s mid-winter, 7:30 pm This is one of those smooth soulful house and downtempo DnB mixes that just picks you up and takes you where you need to go. 

Notable Tracks:

Mark de Clive-Lowe – “The Why”: There’s not much vocals on this track in terms of lyrics, but we really don’t need them. The backing band/loop is the story here. It is so rich and luxurious, yet simple for a loop. You can imagine yourself trying to make a play on a sophisticated hottie with this track (especially in the last two minutes)

Skeletons feat. Alice Russell – “Adam and Eve”: I’ve heard Alice Russell on many different tracks, but this is my favorite. Straight up big band horns backing up one hell of a soulful voice. And yes, the song is about getting it on.

Wildcookie – “Heroine”: Before I get jumped up and down on for the timing of this post (RIP Philip Seymour Hoffman), 1) listen to the song [because it is about jazz music, and yes, it’s true) 2) listen to the music (because it’s fricking LOVELY.) 3) Listen to the loop starting at 2:30.

Frederic Harrison feat Vicky Harrison – “Walk the Distance”: I’ve never heard of Vicky Harrison, but my eyes are open now. For downtempo DnB, this track is melodic, and the Amen is broken down quite nicely. It seems as if it’s stalled out, only to bring you back with speed for the next bar. Very clever, very mathematical.

Tracklist:

  1. Nostalgia 77 – “Sleepwalkers (Ambassadeurs Remix)”
  2. Belleruche – “Wasted Time”
  3. Mark de Clive-Lowe – “The Why”
  4. Anchorsong – “Darkrum”
  5. Skeletons feat. Alice Russell – “Adam and Eve”
  6. The Bamboos feat. Megan Washington – “The Wilhelm Scream”
  7. Wildcookie – “Heroine”
  8. Yannah Valdevit – “Gotta Keep Me Goin'”
  9. Kylie Auldist – “Changes (Lanu Extended Remix)”
  10. Nostalgia 77 – “Sleepwalkers (Lanu Remix)”
  11. Fred V & Grafix – “Major Happy”
  12. Madeon – “Finale (Netsky Remix)”
  13. Lung – “Rollerball”
  14. Frederic Harrison feat Vicky Harrison – “Walk the Distance”
  15. High Contrast feat. Selah Corbin – “Wish You Were Here (S.P.Y. Remix)”
  16. Galimatias – “Noelles Eloquence (S.I.N. Remix)
  17. Deep Tunes – “Inbros (Original Mix)
  18. Deep Phunk System – “Woman Daze (Chillhouse Groovers Mix)”
  19. Timmy Regisford – “Far Away”

Happy Listening!