SebastiAn


Just A Band – The 50 Pound Note Rock Mix
(Original upload date 24 December 2007)

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Thou Shalt Always Kill (Knifehandchop Remix) by Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip
Killing In The Name Of (SebastiAn) by Rage Against The Machine
Immigrant Song (Dirty Funker Remix) by Led Zeppelin
Lithium (Dirty Funker Remix) by Nirvana
All These Things That I’ve Done (Pink Noise Mix) by The Killers
Proper Education (Pig & Dan Remix) by Eric Prydz vs. Pink Floyd
Welcome To The Machine (Dirty Funker Remix) by Pink Floyd
The Walk (Infusion 12″ Remix) by The Cure
Should I Stay Or Should I Go (white label) by The Clash
Blue Orchid (Dirty Funker’s Blue Mix) by The White Stripes
Bigmouth Strikes Again (FakeID Mix) by The Smiths
No Love Lost (Joy Division cover) by LCD Soundsystem

Thou shalt not put musicians and recording artists on ridiculous pedestals no matter how great they are or were.

The Beatles – Were just a band.
Led Zeppelin – Just a band.
The Beach Boys – Just a band.
The Sex Pistols – Just a band.
The Clash – Just a band.
Crass – Just a band.
Minor Threat – Just a band.
The Cure – Were just a band.
The Smiths – Just a band.
Nirvana – Just a band.
The Pixies – Just a band.
Oasis – Just a band.
Radiohead – They’re just a band.
Bloc Party – Just a band.
The Arctic Monkeys – Just a band.
The next big thing – Just a band!

– Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip

SebastiAn


Kiss The Future Vol. 12
(Original upload date 27 August 2007)

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Intro taken from Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
Human After All (SebastiAn Remix) by Daft Punk
Umbrella (Jody Den Broeder Destruction Remix) by Rihanna
Bigger Bird (Annie Lennox vs. Super Mal) by Essexboy
D.A.N.C.E. (MSTRKRFT Remix) by Justice
Titties (Largin’ It Mix) by The Trucks
The Rejection (Eric Kupper Mix) by Dangerous Muse
Unbelievable (Club Mix) by Luke Doucet
Soft Power (Brendan Long & Loz Remix) by Ladytron
Bigger Than Big (Macca Vocal Mix) by Super Mal featuring Luciana
Get Down (Calvin Harris Remix) by Groove Armada
Element Of Danger (MSTRKRFT Remix) by Services

“This is what you came for, what you came for: Big! Fat! Beat!”

I can’t believe it’s been 12 weeks since I last posted a mix. I had no intention of letting it go that long, but between packing, relocating 2500 miles, DJ gigs, getting settled, and looking for a day job I just haven’t made time to put one together.

However, that means you get three months of new favorites.

With one exception, all of these were in my set at last week’s Basket in San Francisco (which also happened to be my birthday). Luvsik, who spun before me, dropped Bigger Than Big and I freaked out. It has that high-energy, squelchy electro sound that drives me nuts so I immediately downloaded it when I got home. I’ve been listening to it over and over along with the Rihanna track (which was a total surprise).

The intro bit was inspired by seeing Daft Punk in Berkeley about two weeks after I moved.

Other than that, I don’t have much to report. I’m glad to be back and I hope to start posting regularly again. I’ve even got some ideas for hosted shows, and I haven’t done one of those in seven months. Expect cameos and co-hosts.

Special thanks go out to Agent Adam, Bundy, Dann Edmonds, Luvsik, Mad Adam, Peter Black, and Tim Baker, who either inspired or directly turned me on to the tracks in this mix.

SebastiAn


Fuck The Past – The iMotor Away Podcast Mix
(Original upload date 18 January 2007)

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Launch Yourself (Thomas Erikson Mix) by Adem
Big School (Hot Chip vs Peter Gabriel) by Team9 vs. Stereogum
Cobrastyle (Low Bee Blend) by Teddybears vs. Justice
Human After All (SebastiAn Remix) by Daft Punk
Chop Suey by Busy P
I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’ (Teenage Bad Girl Remix) by Scissor Sisters
Ross Ross Ross by SebastiAn
Watching You (2006 Dirty South Vocal Mix) by Rogue Traders
When You Were Young (Freeform Reform) by The Killers
The Bouncer (South Central Bootleg) by Klaxons

Lee who hosted the iMotor Away podcast sent me this mix unannounced with the note “My response to your Kiss The Future mixes is fuck the past!”

Unfortunately my copy of this file has gotten corrupted so I’m not able to share it, but I wanted to preserve the track listing here. Lee is digging around to see if he can find the original so I can repost it.