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Rhythmic Clicking February 2014 Mix


An upfront mix of house, techno and garage. Featuring records I’ve picked up over the past couple of months and some classics thrown in for good measure.

Woman of the Ghetto (X Edit) - X Gets The Crest
The Break Up - Detroit Swindle
Joyride - Rhode & Brown & Schegg
Esperanto Juggler - Dusky
The Good Old Days - Dario D Attis
Plastic (Low Steppa Dusty VIP) - Low Steppa
Blues For You (Hard Dub) - Logic
Trust (Audiojack Retrospective) - Romanthony
If You (Sei A Remix) - RICARDO BAEZ
Existence - Kink
Whip (Jimmy Edgar Remix) - ADEN
Don’t Like Me (Original Mix) - Tim Green
Sexy Thing Remix - Paris Underground Trax
Prime Time - Trikk
Mupmup - Nachtbraker
Kool FM (Champion Remix) - Four Tet
Destiny (Vocal Mix) - Dem 2
Anytime - Nu-Birth
Fingers (Original Mix) - Skudge
Just Gets Better (Original Dub) - TJR & Xavier
Salient Sarah (feat. Sampha) - Lil Silva
Long Time Coming - New York Transit Authority
Feel My M.F. Bass - Paul Johnson
Bank Head - Kelela

Enjoy! x

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Love & Mercy - ‘Rainfall (Original Mix)’

A chuggy, building one for all the rainy-weather crew.

Out now on Man Make Music.

Happy birthday to the best that’s ever done it.

Shur-I-Kan - ‘Jazz Club’ (Max Graef Remix)

Max Graef can do no wrong at the moment. If this jazzy number isn’t enough proof, then check out his genre-bending Boiler Room set.

(Source: youtu.be)

Osunlade - Dionne

This one’s mellow and melodic.

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Blue Monday is long forgotten. It’s turn it up Tuesday!

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D’angelo - Brown Sugar (Budgie’s Ratchetized Remix)

Big ups to Livin’ Proof's Budgie for adding some bang to this classic cut.

Download ‘Livin’ Proof Remixes Vol 1’ here.

(Source: vimeo.com)

Brandy & Coke by Ewen Spencer

Photographer Ewen Spencer has been documenting youth culture since the turn of the millennium. His latest book ‘UKG' presents an upfront and honest insight into the garage scene that two-stepped its way out of the underground and into the charts during the late 90s and early 00s. Check out Mike ‘The Streets’ Skinner excellent foreword to the book here.

To accompany the hardback, Ewen has released an eight-minute film that harks back to the golden era of garage – shedding light on the people, reloads, champagne bottles and Moschino loafers that made the influential sub culture what it was.



"A$AP Meth" comes correct on this 90s banger. Thanks rhythmic-clicking for the heads up.

Massive record. Reminiscent of a Pete Rock beat.