All posts by Monsieur Seb

DJ with 25 years experience, composer/producer, music journalist, translator, writer, cook, dad.

U.N.I.

As usual, you can stream it
UNI or download it by right-clicking the image on the right.



 

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TRACKLISTING

 

U.N.I. Recorded Live @ Home, July 3rd, 2006

  1. Seventh Wave. Jimpster. Freerange Records
  2. You & I (TrentemĂžller Remix). Filur. Kontor Records
  3. Rej. Âme. Sonar Kollektiv
  4. French Kiss. Avril. F Com
  5. Where We At (Version 1). Henrik Schwarz/Âme/Dixon. Sonar Kollektiv
  6. Autumn. Social System. Archipel
  7. High Rise (Deepchild’s Lil’ Mo’ Booty Dub). Square One. Freerange Records
  8. Polar Shift. TrentemĂžller. Poker Flat Recordings
  9. Shiro. Âme. Sonar Kollektiv
  10. Holding You (Âme Remix). Wahoo. Sonar Kollektiv
  11. Slave to the Hard Drive (edit). Swayzak. Studio !K7

Into the Deep

Into the Deep can be seen as my rebirth mix.

I had more or less completely stopped mixing from about 1999 to 2003, when I met my lady and she drove me to get back to mixing.

So, one weekend, she offered to pay for the rental of two Pioneer CDJs and a mixer so I could play with them and record a mix if the inspiration came.

It did come, and this is what was recorded, and a few months later, my lovely offered me, as a birthday gift, a Numark Fusion 8 kit and the birthday card read “I’m giving you back your wings”…

What more can I say?

You can stream it Into the Deep or “right-click/save as” on the image to download it.

Hyper linked tracklisting is here





atom::funk

Ah! atom::funk! Certainly one of my most accomplished mixes, technically speaking, but not quite representative of my sound at the time. I have to admit I recorded this mix specifically to send as a demo to get booked, so I played it safe in the choice of tracks and worked hard on the technical side of the mixes.

I recorded it live in one afternoon at Maurice Nightclub in Quebec City, where I was resident back then. I also remember that I was really mad at my grilfriend at the time, although I don’t really remember why, but anecdote aside, it proves my theory that creating in a bad mood is often very efficient! 🙂

This is not the complete mix as it was recorded on a 90 minutes cassette tape but had to be truncated when I transfered it to CD a couple of years later, and I’ve since lost the original master…

You can stream the mix atom::funk or “right-click/save as” on the image to download it.