Remixer Producer DJ London, UK


  • Jus Doin Me - Volume Two

    Jus Doin' Me - Volume Two

    23/03/2015 Duración: 01h04min

    Jus Doin' Me - Volume Two Deep • Underground • House Music Click, Listen, Like, Share, Download & Enjoy! Twitter : @ic_dj

  • Lets Take It Back - Volume One

    Let's Take It Back - Volume One

    06/03/2015 Duración: 58min

    Decided to take a step back time... Let's Take It Back - Volume One 'House & Garage Classics' As always, I hope you enjoy the mix! Click, Listen, Like, Share, Download & Enjoy! Till the next one, Peace, Love & Music Twitter : @ic_dj

  • Jus Doin Me - Volume One

    Jus Doin' Me - Volume One

    06/03/2015 Duración: 01h06min

    Deep Underground House Music.. Click, Listen, Download & Enjoy! Twitter: @ic_dj

  • Back 2 Lazerdrome Jungle Classics - Vol.4

    Back 2 Lazerdrome 'Jungle Classics' - Vol.4

    15/02/2015 Duración: 58min

    Back 2 Lazerdrome 'Jungle Classics' - Vol.4 1) - Call Wait - Shy FX 2) - Wolf - Shy Fx 3) - Shooks - DJ Krust 4) - Terraform - Shimon & Andy C 5) - Dangerous - Broke & Ed Solo 6) - Twist Em Out - Dillinga 7) - Chopper - Ray Keith Remix 8) - Code Red - Conquering Lion 9) - Angles - Dillinga Remix 10) - Listen To The Rhythm - Aphrodite & Mickey Finn 11) - Superman - Aphrodite & Mickey Finn 12) - It's Jazzy - Roni Size 13) - Bambaataa - Shy FX 14) - Shadow Boxing - Nasty Habits 15) - Roll On - Andy C 16) - The Lighter - DJ SS 17) - Studio 2 (BONUS TRACK) Over the series I've brought some of my favorite tracks off all time, and as always I have to drop some tracks that I'm still enjoying....I hope you enjoy them too!! Twitter: @ic_dj One Love

  • Beats  Pieces - Vol.1

    Beats & Pieces - Vol.1

    29/01/2015 Duración: 01h05min

    Deep • Underground • House Music I hope you enjoy. Twitter: @ic_dj

  • BACK 2 LAZERDROME Jungle Classics Volume 3

    BACK 2 LAZERDROME 'Jungle Classics' Volume 3

    12/02/2012 Duración: 59min

    HISTORY!! THE TERM JUNGLE : While the use of the word to describe what is now known as jungle is debatable, the emergence of the term in relation to electronic music circles can be roughly traced to lyrics used in Jamaican toasting (a pre-cursor to modern MCs), circa 1970. References to 'jungle', 'junglists' and 'jungle music' can be found throughout dub, reggae and dancehall genres from that era up until today. THE EMERGENCE OF THE JUNGLE SOUND: The speed of the music increased from 120bpm to 145bpm, while more ragga and dancehall elements were brought in and techno, disco and house influences were decreased. Eventually, the music became too fast and difficult to be mixed with more traditional rave music, by whom creating a division with the other popular electronic genres. When Hardcore lost the four-on-the-floor beat and created percussive elements solely from "chopped up" breakbeats, people began to use the terms 'jungle', 'junglist' and 'junglism' to describe the music itself. This was reflected in tra