Sunday, June 27, 2010

The Stash 25--Poobah--Turkey Droppings Pt 2

You have seen this guy before. Last March, we featured Atlanta's DJ Poobah in the Stash with his first of the "Turkey Droppings" mixes. Now here is part 2. There are some major classic here that you're going to want to dance to. Remember, to check him out, you can go to these websites:

Decoder - orig - Mihai Popoviciu
Deftoner - orig - George Delkos
Domino - orig - Olivier Raymond
Drehmoment - orig - D. Diggler
Don't sleep - Jonny White rmx - Riz MC
Elden St - Sebo K Watergate edit - Martyn
Fabrick - orig - Maetrik
Face Up - orig - Joel Mull
Frankie feat Lea Pollhamar - Luciano
Gridlock - Henry Saiz rmx - John Digweed
Interstellar - Alan Fitzpatrick rmx - Paolo Mojo
Joy - orig - Butch
Kleinmond - orig - Filippo Moscatello
M.U.S.I.C - orig - Vincenzo (parital)

Play Poobah's mix:

Debut Series 35--Bassgate--Welcome to My Dancefloor

For this month's Debut Series, we welcome the Electro mix "Welcome to My Dancefloor" by Bassgate. Bassgate is the latest project from DJ/producer Jonathan Wagner, and marks the culmination of the career of an ascending master at his craft. Jonathan’s dossier of clubs and residencies reads like a “Who’s Who” of the nightclub scene. He has has played with some of the game's biggest talent such as Keoki, DJ Icey, Rabbit in the Moon, Faust and Shortee, and more.
Genres mean nothing to Bassgate and you can hear that in this mix. At any Bassgate show, you can expect an all out assault of Electro, House, Breaks, Booty Bass, and Dubstep. Many of which are his own edits and full out remixes.

Never one to rest, Jonathan has also been active in the studio with Jamal “Rory Breaker” Lasha producing remixes as the WundaTwinz. Their most recent Jungle version of Jay-Z’s “Can I
Get a…” was downloaded more than 200 times in its first week of being available online.

Bassgate debuts the Welcome to my Dancefloor series with a big room banger full of quality straight forward dance music.

You can also check out his original tracks and other mixes at Enjoy!!!


1.Sex Slave (Original Mix) – Melleefresh/DeadMau5 [Play Digital]
2.Better Run (Afrojack Remix) – Tocadisco/Nadia Ali/Afrojack [Superstar Recordings]
3.IceBOX (Original Mix)- JackBOT [Direct Drive Digital]
4.Bang This Fidget Shit (Bassgate Wobble Wobble Mashup) – DJ Robopunk/Bassgate/504 Boyz [Banging Grooves Records]
5.Hey! (Original Mix) – Laidback Luke & Diplo [Southern Fried Records]
6.Up In The Club feat. Master Freez (Original Mix) – Stylus Robb/Matias [Molto Recordings]
7.Drop It...! feat. Allstars (Rap On It Mix) – Christian Cheval [TIME Records]
8.Ill Off 808 (WoNK Gets ILL Remix) – Sporty O/WoNK [Illeven Eleven]
9.Welcome To My Dancefloor (Wireless Mice Remix) – Nikki Carabello/Dustin Hulton/DJ Icon/Wireless Mice [Illeven Eleven]
10.Welcome To My Dancefloor (Original Mix) – Nikki Carabello/Dustin Hulton/DJ Icon [Illeven Eleven]
11.One Time 4 The DJ (DJ Icey Remix) – Tony Faline [Zone Records]
12.Keep It Pushing (Specimen A Remix) – Deekline & Wizard [Against The Grain]
13.Publicity (Original Mix) – Access Denied [iBreaks]
14.Retreat (Elite Force v. Bassgate v. Three Six Mafia Mashup) – Datsik/Elite Force/Bassgate/Three Six Mafia [Rottun Recordings]
15.Big Shot (Original Mix) – Bassgate [unsigned]

Bassgate - Welcome To My Dancefloor: Volume 1 by Bassgate

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Radio Ready--Radio.Rhubarbe

For this month, we are featuring an exclusive set of the tech house sounds of Germany's own Radio. Rhubarbe.

Radio.Rhubarbe aka Min.Go & Hard.Y are a young DJ duo from the heart of Germany. By choosing the same residence in June 2009, they found each other, as both a united: the fascination with electronic music and the desire more than just music consumer to be.
Hard.y came in his hometown of Berlin early in contact with electronic music by the weekly broadcast "Rave Satellite". Today, he has become more quiet on music. However, as the name suggests, he is the driving part of the formation.

Make Himself - is also the motto of Min.Go . On 1998 with a age of 13, He has gotten his own 1210. Since 1999, he accompanied several projects, inspired by the Thuringian club scene and the well-represented vocal house music here. He placed the organization of various parties in the foreground of his work which he gained much experience. After the opening of the Village Club in 2008 his personal best project was reality. The here scheduled quality was quite in his senses, and led him, in the context of various After Hours, turning back to the turntable. Meanwhile, the House has become deeper and groovy influences still play a big role.

You can check them out on their myspace at
Have fun with this set!

Debut Series 34--DJ Red--Smooth Groove

For this Debut Series, along with The Stash, we are featuring good house rhythms. This episode features Atlanta underground legend, DJ Red. Red is more well known for his parties, the Late Night Sessions, which ran most weekends after the clubs had closed for the night, since 2000. At his Late Night Sessions, some of the cities best DJs and international DJs would play. Enjoy his live mix (you even hear him saying "last call" at 6AM!)...

The Stash 24--Ramon RawSoul--A Cab Driver's Theme

This "Stash" episode, along with the Debut Series, is featuring hot, summer house. For this episode, we are featuring the soulful house music of DJ Ramon RawSoul.

Born and raised on the south side of Chicago, he was reared with house music in the neighborhood. When he was coming up, house music came to widespread attention as records were imported directly from Chicago to dominate the playlist of Europe's most influential DJ's. He was there at the house party. He watched it grow with virtually no support from radio networks. Three house records forced their way into the top ten and Ramon Rawsoul was open.

He studied the "Father" of house music Ron Hardy, who had already effected a continuous music mix -- with reel-to-reel machines plus a dual-turntable setup -- at Chicago's Muzic Box. Rawsoul also listened to house music greats Frankie Knuckles, Farley Jackmaster Funk, Lil Louis, Gene Hunt, Pharris Thomas and Lee Collins.

Later, he partied with the now internationally renowned Dj Rush, Ron Trent and Ron Carroll in Kings and Queens and the Reactor. After discovering a natural talent and passion for spinning, he's been in love ever since.

Now living in Atlanta, Ramon is well-known for his "House in the Park" Parties which are a Memorial Day and Labor Day tradition. Enjoy!


1. ???? Glen Underground

2. Calma--Bah Salma

3. Ritual Rain--Peven Everett

4. Nimba's Groove Abicah Soul

5. Tarzan--Roy Ayers

6. Baila Mi Gente--Abicah Soul

7. Jeware--Franck Roger

8. Space Jungle--Anthony Nicolson

9. Bolo Ru--Joe Clausell

10 Obatala--Mental Remedy

11. Ancestral Song--Ethnic Heritage

12. Mental Black Resurection--Glen Underground

13. Life Start Today--Ian Friday

Listen Here: