Calvin Harris


Energy 92.7 – The 50 Pound Note Mix
(Original upload date 2 June 2007)

PART ONE (38.6 MB, 192kbps, 27:58)

Faster Kill Pussycat (Club Mix) by Paul Oakenfold featuring Brittany Murphy
Breakaway (Chris Fraser Main Mix) by Inaya Day
Perfect (Michi Lange Sidekick Remix) by Princess Superstar
I Could Fall In Love With You (Monteverde Vocal Extended Remix) by Erasure
The World Is Mine (Blackstrobe Remix) by David Guetta

PART TWO (38.8 MB, 192kbps, 28:07)

Read My Mind (Linus Loves Remix) by The Killers
Acceptable In The ’80s (Mad Adam’s Kickboosted Remix Edit) by Calvin Harris
U + Ur Hand (BeatCult Remix) by Pink
I’m Gonna Make You Fall In Love With Me (Remix) by Heaven 17
Glamorous (The Scene Kings Electro Remix) by Fergie

This mix was commissioned by my friend DJ Dann Edmond while he was working for Energy 92.7, San Francisco’s late, great dance music station, which was on the air from October 2004 to September 2009. It was split into two parts to allow for a commercial break in the middle, and the tracks alternate between songs from their heavy rotation playlist during May 2007 and my own choices.

This is just a bit more commercial that what I was spinning at the time, but I’m very happy with the way it turned out. I’m not sure of the exact date it aired.

Calvin Harris


Kiss The Future Vol. 9
(Original upload date 20 March 2007)

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Scumpop by Readers Wifes
I Go Hard, I Go Home (Juan Maclean Remix) by The Presets
One Life To Leave by Out Hud
Acceptable In The ’80s (Radio Edit) by Calvin Harris
Look On The Floor (Solasso Remix) by Bananarama
Floribunda (Hoxton Whores Electro Fever Remix) by Mothers Pride
Jane Falls Down (Extended) by The Modern
The Pleasure Remains (Wet Fingers Club Mix) by Camouflage
People Are Still Having Sex (2007 Extended Mix) by DKS vs. LaTour
We’re Just Physical (Kloq Remix) by Kloq featuring Douglas McCarthy
Don’t Cry Out (Jody’s Remix) by Shiny Toy Guns
Us vs. Them (Go Home Productions Remix) by LCD Soundsystem

“It was acceptable in the ’80s…it was acceptable at the time.”

This is the most retro-sounding mix I’ve done that doesn’t actually use music from the ’80s. I think everything here was released within the last two years; most of them were released within the last few months. True there are some artists who reached their peak in the ’80s – Bananarama, Camouflage, Douglas McCarthy (Nitzer Ebb) – but it’s more of a feeling: the drums are louder, the basslines are fatter, the keyboards are older. I hear shades of Talking Heads, Tanz Waffen, and Re-Flex.

Apart from Kiss The Future Vol. 1 this is the closest I’ve gotten to “Jeb’s sound”.