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Naasko – Transparent DJ MIX


Naasko has been involved in the global electronic music scene for the past 17 years as a DJ, VJ, event producer, stage manager, record label manager (Interchill Records & Bluetech’s Native State Records), A&R, graphic designer and publicist. Over the years, he’s traveled extensively and has performed and worked at events around the world.

From 2002 to 2008 he founded and curated the Liminal Village at the renowned Boom Festival in Portugal. The Liminal Village is a legacy project that continues to be one of the Boom’s featured stages.

Having co-produced tracks with both Noah Pred and Don Peyote as well as compiling albums for Interchill and Native State, he continues to stay creative and shows no signs of letting up. Keep an eye and ear open for a forthcoming compilation on Interchill slotted for early 2015 and further output from his collaborative project the BC Dubcats.

Alpha Steppa – Shaka Satori   (Trigram)
J. Robinson – Tsavo   (Tribe 12)
Asylum – Zero Gravity   (Uprise Audio)
Cluekid – Into The Jungle   (Terrain Records)
TMSV & Widowmaker – Persei   (Box Clever)
Perverse – Charade   (Tribe 12)
Biome – Two Way   (Black Box)
Congi & Geode – Flow One   (Chord Marauders)
Truth – Justify feat. Taso   (Tempa)
J:Kenzo – Ricochet   (Tempa)
De Niro – Flipbook   (Gamma Audio)
Jafu – Helios   (Vulcan Audio)
Jafu – Desperate Falcons   (Vulcan Audio)
Amit – Stay With Me feat. Rani   (Exit Records)
TMSV – Stress   (Box Clever)
Biome – Serenity   (Deep Heads)


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We Got This Compilation – Volume 002

















This weeks feature comes to us from some of my favorite people blowing up the scene right now, the future altering multi-talented “WeGotThis” Crew hailing from PDX and the bay area… now i know what you are thinking… squid, this isn’t a mix, but the only way to give this compilation the well deserved light is to throw it up on our feature section and let u listen to it front to back…

Stand outs for me personally are…

But every track up on this bitch deserves a listen, DL and a spin…. So do it.

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DANGER – Phil David for Fortune Sound Club (House, Techno)

In preparation for the DJ Kicks tour with John Talabot, I drew up a mix for the awesome team at Fortune Sound Club. It gets…strange. Hence, “DANGER”. Mateo and Amenda hold it down in the main room for the big ticket with our friends Pat Lok & Savemeboots in the Gallery and the Chapel Sound’s DJ Silence, Tiger, and myself holding it down in the Livestock room. Friends everywhere (and it’s also the long weekend)!

Event Page: http://www.facebook.com/events/186843701511112/

Youandewan – Disarray
Larkin & The Sky – Polygon
Four Tet – Lion (Jamie xx Remix)
Palace – About You
Graze – Cathode Bias + TheSust
Claude Von Stroke – Urban Animal
Charli XCX – What I Like (Bohdi Remix)
D.Fine – Fall
Robot Koch x Sieren – Melville
LTS – Real Love (Nathan G Luv 2 London Feeling)
Gingy & Bordello – Iron & Water
Daniel Avery – Naive Response
GoldFFinch – Needle
Harvard Bass – Cream
Erol Alkan – Check Out Your Mind


Skylab – Dreams & Reasons Mixtape

399420_331700366852075_931034584_n Many possible reasons can be attributed to the class, or style of music emitting from Amsterdam. Be it the purple wisping out of cafes, successful business’ all around, or simply put; the general splendor of a lively vibrant city, admired worldwide (for many a reason) ;) . Having never been physically, hearsay and imagination is how the city exists to me. Nightlife of the city is part of a more in depth imaginary experience. An experience fuelled by the likes of the Parra Sound System and now, Skylab. What appears below is a mix that dips into Ghetto Funk, House, Funk, Deep House in an enormously concise way. A way that will have you dreaming of an Amsterdam of your own.

Amenda: HIGH TIDE: Pre-boarding mixtape

Official pre-boarding mixtape for “HIGH TIDE” 2 storey yacht event with INTIMATE + SLOWDJS on Saturday, July 6th

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The White Lamp – It’s You (Ron Basejam Remix)
Diet Rockstars – Music Logically
Christian Burkhardt – Com’on
Surfing Leons & Miss Eaves – Banga (GoldFFinch Remix)
James Silk – Can’t Wait
Motor City Drum Ensemble – Raw Cuts #6
Inner City – Ahnongay
Bicep – Vision of Love
Mark Stent – Brand New Life
Seapoint – Triangle Optics
French Fries & Bambounou – Hugz
Mak & Pasteman – Dancing Kicks
Travmatic – I Can’t (Jeremy Glenn Remix)
Urulu – 1991
Joy Orbison – Donell
Liston – All On You
Roy Davis Jr. & Peven Everett – Gabriel (Live Garage Mix)
John Talabot & Pional – So Will Be Now

Ricco – Rock The Boat Valentine’s Day Mix


Indeed it is Valentine’s Day and what better a way to celebrate the famous martyr, Saint Valentine, than by listening to music that was produced with one thing in mind … makin’ love. Ricco has whipped up a buttery little mix for us that features some of the chilliest, laidback, R&B-meets-electronic jams that we’ve all been grooving to as of late as well as some classics that every break-up or make-up just can’t be experienced without. Inspired by the act of sex (actually) we encourage this mix to be played whilst getting down, before getting down, or that moment after you’ve gotten down and you’re trying to break that awkward silence (which may ultimately lead to more getting down). Regardless of when played, we approve and hope you enjoy this very special mix on this very special day. A word from Ricco:

“Besides sex, this mix actually means a few more things to me. I’ve been playing around with Abelton for a few months now and, besides being confused as to why I haven’t been playing with Abelton sooner, am amazed at how powerful the program is. You normally can’t manipulate music as much on turntables and for years I’ve had ideas regarding how I’d want music I hear to sound a bit different then its supposed to be played at. Abelton gives you that manipulation tool and this mix is just the beginning for me as I have already started to test the waters of producing my own music under a new alias, J∆ck∆L. This mix also commemorates the passing away of a close family member of mine on Feb 13, 2001 (RIP). Some of the emotional aspects of the music in this mix had me thinking about that family member at times and I wanted to partly dedicate this mix to her. Lastly, this mix was partly inspired by a person I had the pleasure of spending time with and some of the memories that I will keep with me. Call it sappy, cheesy, lovey, or chill, I’m just excited about this mix and what it means. I hope you enjoy.”

“I’d like to thank everyone, especially my Slowdjs.com team for all their help over the last few years and also thank those who helped me navigate my way around Abelton for this.”

Jamie Xx: Essential Mix

Jamie Xx is an anomaly.  Jamie Xx is 23 years old.  Jamie Xx is making music that is kind of before its time.  Jamie Xx just debuted his first essential mix with BBC Radio One.  Just let the mix speak for itself.  Listen and Enjoy.

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Stacey Pullen: Essential Mix

The well respected Detroit techno and house music enthusiast, Stacey Pullen, has recently come out with an Essential mix for BBC Radio One.  We’ve listened to this mix about 100 times since it came out and we highly recommend you do the same.  If you know your electronic music, you’ll know that Pullen’s incorporation of house and garage with techno has been cited as an influence on later electronic artists.  Download and enjoy.

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Claude VonStroke: Essential Mix

Claude VonStroke has been a staple in the dance music scene for some time now.  There are very few electronic artists these days that possess the unique ability to  keep true to their underground sound without conforming to what will get them radio play.  Claude has not only been on the scene for longer than a “hit track” but continues to push boundaries in all things House while running a successful label, dirtybird.  Here is a snatch of a mix he did for BBC Radio one in 2007.  Its one of our favs.

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Z-Trip: Future Primitive Mix with Radar

Back in the early 2000’s Z-Trip and Dj Radar put out a live mix at Future Primitive, San Francisco.  It was one of the first times r i c c o had heard about Z-Trip and he immediately became obsessed with Z’s effortless scratches as well as his crate digger mentality.  R i c c o has held onto this mix over the years and finally let us have it for the site.  Check out Z-Trip HERE.  Of course check out our Slowdjs.com fanpage HERE.  Enjoy the mix.

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