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The Beat Bash – 17 April 2014

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Welcome by Gino Latino
Heat It Up by The Wee Papa Girl Rappers
Get On The Dancefloor by Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock
Doin’ The Do by Betty Boo
Come Into My House by Queen Latifah
Blame It On The Bassline by Beats International
Do What You Want by 2 In A Room
I’ll House You by Jungle Brothers
This Is Acid by Maurice
It’s Percussion by M Doc

“Use the up and down and crossfader…”

Continuing on the vibe of last week, here’s a hip house mix. Hip house was the late ’80s sweet spot where rap and house music converged.

Two of the tracks here sample from the Jacksons’ album Destiny: Get On The Dancefloor uses Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground), and Blame It On The Bassline uses Blame It On The Boogie.

The Wee Papa Girl Rappers



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The Beat Bash – 6 February 2014

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Losing My Mind by Pet Shop Boys
Blow The House Down by The Wee Papa Girl Rappers
Rains On Me by Heavenly Bodies
Don’t Crash by Front 242
Hearts & Minds by Nitzer Ebb
Don’t Walk Away by Cabaret Voltaire
Burnin’ Up by Jamie Dee
Running by Information Society
Get Your Body! by Adamski featuring Nina Hagen
Situation ’90 by Yazoo

“I’d like to see you in the sewers of my mind…”

Now this is more like it.

Sometimes a mix just comes together with a real groove, and feels effortless. I love this one. The transition from Losing My Mind to Blow The House Down was always a personal favorite.

Heavenly Bodies was recorded by Robin Guthrie of Cocteau Twins. Jamie Dee’s Burnin’ Up is built around a sample from Magic’s Wand by Whodini, a 1982 hip hop track that was co-written and produced by Thomas Dolby.