1. DJ Sheep — Spring Breakz #1 (AUDIO).

    It’s another highly recommended mix.

    DJ Sheep says: It’s been over a month since I’ve been in the lab and it took me a little while to get warmed up this evening, so bear with this as it’s my most ambitious effort yet. As the weather starts to heat up, I thought I should get that heat out the crates too! Here’s a list of the genres and things that I managed to lock down in 73 minutes of the wheels of steel:

    Disco, Funk, Soul, Soundtracks, Reggae, Library Records, Dirty Funky Soul 45s, $1 Bin Classics, Drum Breaks, a *TONNE* of used and unused samples, Private Press secret squirrels, Experimental/Electronic stuff, Blaxploitation radio spots, Chinese TV commercials, Australian Punk, Psych, Fuzz, Jazz, Latin, Video Game music, Stereo Test records, Pinky Violence raers, B-Boy Breaks, an Idris Muhammad (R.I.P.) “extraction” from my man BAPT in Paris, a couple of seldom played Nas joints, a Lakim Shabazz freestyle, some live remix action with Rakim , Fat Joe , 50 Cent , The Game , Alkaholiks and Percee P all gettin’ the live “SHEEPMIX” treatment (check around the 34-minute mark). As always, I gave this mix the world treatment with special joints from India, Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, Taiwan, Africa, Israel, South America, Thailand, China, Italy, Russia, Hungary and from all over Europe and the world. David Axelrod sits nicely besides James Last on this mix… Finally, J-Zone laced me with his new Lunch Breaks record, so I cut up a handful of those breaks throughout the mix; see if you can tell his drums from the ’70s joints, it’s tough!


    Recorded Live on September 9, 2014


    ( CDs available soon . Visit www.djsheep.com today)


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