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Mixes // Texas – Late Night Deep 9/9/09

Hey Listeners!
Sorry I have been a bit slack – combo of hectic times at work and a holiday! This post comes to you from the heart of Essendon, Victoria!
Time for one of my mixes this week. As I have said in the past I struggle to find new names for them all the time, so I stick to ‘generic’ ones based on the style. This is a Late Night Deep, so it’s (obviously) at the deeper end of the House spectrum.
This mix is an odd one in that I recorded it initially about a month ago, listened back… but wasn’t happy with it. And I couldn’t work out why. So I asked some friends to have a ‘critical’ listen and they all suggested that the final third wasn’t ‘matched’ to the first 2/3 of the mix. So I put it aside for awhile and then came back to it and had another crack. This time I was much happier with the results, and I really hope you enjoy listening as much I did making it.

Texas – Late Night Deep 9/9/09
16 Bit Lolitas – Nobody Seems To Care feat Jennifer Horne (Original Mix)
Black Science Orchestra – Save Us (Mark Knights Rulin Mix)
Funkagenda & Exacta – Mad Money (Kim Fai’s Kredit Krunch Remix)
Jaytech – Metro (Original Mix)
Komytea – 9 (Original Mix)
Faithless – Music Matters Ft. Cass Fox (Mark Knight Remix)
16 Bit Lolitas – Murder Weapon (Original Mix)
Above & Beyond pres OceanLab – Breaking Ties (Jaytech & James Grant Remix)

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  1. Cam
    Posted September 20, 2009 at 10:38 pm | Permalink

    Ah, Tex… that set list LOOKS like it’s gonna sound great but unless I’m missing something, I think you might have forgotten to include the bit people click on to listen/download… maybe?

  2. Posted September 20, 2009 at 10:49 pm | Permalink

    Download link is now fixed – WordPress fail. Apologies.

  3. Ian
    Posted October 3, 2009 at 7:52 pm | Permalink

    Very nice. I quite like deep house/prog for chilling (but not too chilled), winding up and winding down. Right now I’m hitting up the interweb for all kinds of random bits of info and this is the perfect accompaniment. At 17:40 now and it’s picked me up nicely.

  4. Callum
    Posted November 3, 2009 at 7:56 am | Permalink

    Truly amazing Tex. I don’t think i can praise you enough for the amount of awesome this one is

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