09.08.13 by Jeff

Booooooom Summer Mix “EGYPT BBQ”

EGYPT BBQ

 

This year’s Booooooom Summer Mix is finally finished, sorry it took me so long! If you’re new here, this has sort of become a tradition. Every year it takes me longer to mix these things because I get them mostly finished and then I get bored and delete them.

I tried to pull out a bunch of popular tracks that have been flipped a different way, and there’s a couple you may not have heard at all. The Rah Band cut is my favourite in the mix.

If you listen and you dig it please share it with all the good looking people you know! And if they happen to be especially good looking females with stunning personalities you can tell them I’m single and give them my number.

Thanks to Ephraim for letting me use his photo for the cover!

 

Stream or download the mp3 here:

soundcloud.com/booooooom/egypt-bbq-booooooom-summer-mix

 

Any love, comments, or re-posts are much appreciated! Oh and, full tracklist below but maybe leave it a surprise and listen to it first before you look! Have the best weekend!

 

 

DAUGHTER X ANTENNAE – GET LUCKY

TODD TERJE – DUB LIKE AN EGYPTIAN

POOLSIDE – DO YOU BELIEVE?

THE KNOCKS – MAGIC (VICEROY REMIX)

MOULLINEX – TO BE CLEAR (RAC REMIX)

GENTLEMEN HALL – SAIL INTO THE SUN (RAC REMIX)

BLONDIE – HEART OF GLASS (OLIVER & THEE MIKE B REMIX)

ROBIN THICKE FT. TI & PHARRELL – BLURRED LINES (B. BRAVO REMIX)

KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND – GIVE IT UP

DJANGO DJANGO – DEFAULT (MR. MITSUHIRATO EDIT)

BREAKBOT – SHADES OF BLACK

JOYWAVE – TONGUES (RAC REMIX)

THE PRESETS – PROMISES (LIFELIKE REMIX)

HOUSSE DE RACKET – AQUARIUM (REX THE TRIANGLE BOOTLEG)

TWINSY – BACK OF MY CAR

RAH BAND – CLOUDS ACROSS THE MOON (NEUROXYDE MEETS AKI BERGEN REMIX)

KACIC KULLMAN’S FIVE – TERJELATOR

IN FLAGRANTI – INTERDISCIPLINARY (BEAR DAMEN MIX)

FRIENDS – FRIEND CRUSH













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



  • Anna Forster-Smith

    post a zip of the songs individually too please please!!

    • many of them can be found using a site like soundowl.com

      • Anna Forster-Smith

        Thanks, the mix is great

      • thanks anna!

  • Oliver Jeffers

    Thanks! You’ve rescued my saturday night stuck in the studio!

    • heey Oliver, i’m stoked you’re listening to it! enjoy my friend!

  • Griffin

    I really don’t have any way to confirm this, but I’m currently in Egypt. We had a barbecue last weekend. I’m kicking myself that I hadn’t seen this until just now. Such a missed opportunity!!!

    • no WAY. that’s so awesome. i made this imagining i was at a bbq in the desert and meanwhile you actually WERE. haha

  • Dominick Chartrand

    Hey Booooooom! Would it be possible to make it available once again, because the Facebook link isn’t working anymore, would be really appreciated! Keep up the good work!

  • danielle

    such a great mix. thanks so much. but can’t download:(





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