19.10.08 by Jeff

DeadMau5 Essential Mix II.

Judging by the responses to the last Deadmau5 Essential Mix a fair number of you will be excited to know the latest DeadMau5 and Pete Tong Essential Mix has hit the net. Live from Warehouse Project in Manchester last week! Another incredible set by Toronto’s Deadmau5 who is taking the world by storm.

How many dj’s out there are playing sets with like 99% of their own music? Not too many that’s for sure. I am loving everything Deadmau5 is putting out.

You can download this two hour set in mp3 format from Newmixes here:

Deadmau5 and Pete Tong – Live at the Warehouse Project 10-11-2008

Tracklist:

Broadcast – BBC Radio 1 October 11 2008

    Deadmau5

    Deadmau5 – Not Exactly (intro)

  1. Deadmau5 – Ghosts N Stuff
  2. Deadmau5 – Hi Friend
  3. Deadmau5 vs Jelo – The Reward Is More Cheese (15:00)
  4. Deadmau5 – This Noise
  5. Deadmau5 – Bye Friend
  6. Deadmau5 – Sometimes Things Get, Whatever / Daniele Papini – Church Of Nonsense
  7. Andre Kraml – Safari (James Holden mix)
  8. BSOD – Milton
  9. Daft Punk – Teachers (Deadmau5 edit)
    Pete Tong

  1. Patrice Baeumel – Roar
  2. Steve Lawler – Kalimba
  3. Afefe Iku – Mirror Dance
  4. Radio Slave – Koma Koma
  5. Sis – Trompeta
  6. Underworld – 2 Months Off (Tong and Rogers wonderland mix)
  7. Matt Nordstrom – Lucky Drawls












Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.







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“Spiral #9” (1996)

 

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