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398 – Crissy Cris

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Recovering from a big August Bank Holiday weekend? We thought as much as we’re in the same boat. So let us help you clear that hangover and kickstart your week with some awesome tunes courtesy of Crissy Criss who provides this weeks exclusive mix for our podcast series.Now normally Crissy is the type of DJ who needs very little introduction but as we’re all feeling a little fuzzy today let us refesh your memory.Crissy Criss began his radio career back in 1998 at the age of 12 on legendary Jungle/Drum&Bass pirate station ‘Kool FM’ before joinging joined the BBC in 2006. Raised by Step Dad and jungle legend ‘Kenny Ken’ Crissy has travelled the world since he was a teenager wowing crowds with his dexterity on the decks and spreading the Drum & Bass gospel that lays in his heart and runs in his blood. And now we’ve got him on the podcast… enjoy

Crissy Criss new single ‘Create the Future’ is out to Pre Order right now from iTunes smarturl.it/TECH107   

Sum up this podcast in 10 words… this mix represents nearly everything I’m about in 10 wordsWhat’s your personal favourite track on it? So much great music about at the moment, its always hard to narrow it down to one track, the latest Noisia EP is so ridiculously sick, also Culture Shock on the remix for Moko, i could be here all day!What’s the special ingredient in this mix? Obviously my new single ‘Create The Future’ i think its only track of my own that i enjoy playing for once haha!What’s the best gig you’ve played recently? So many great gigs lately, D&B just gets stronger and stronger. Festivals are always great to play and as every year i play Nass Fest, id have to pick that one. Went in for nearly 3 hours alongside Harry Shotta, defo a highlight of the year so far! What have you got coming up? Loads of stuff happening at the moment, working on A LOT! of music so defiantly expect more to come from me!And finally, do you have a special message for our readers? Always look both ways before you cross the road!. Big shout to everyone who has supported my latest single ‘Create The Future’ and also listened any of my radio shows over the last 10 years, Nothing but love!

Tracklist:

The Prototypes – HumanoidWilkinson – Take You HigherSub Focus – Timewarp VIPSpor – KingdomSpectrem – RunTC – Borrowed Time VIPDillinja – BassconeWilkinson – AfterglowLoadstar – Stepped OutsideCommix – Be TrueMIST vs High Contrast – 3amDimension – Digital World VIPSub Focus – Out the BlueTantrum Desire – Reach VIPLogistics – As Sure As SunriseCrissy Criss – Create The FutureLegion & Logam – House of CardsDBridge – True Romance VIPMetrik – Want My Love (Club Mix)Netsky – Tomorrows Another Day VIPHazard – Death SportDeadMau5 – Avaritia (Dimension Remix)Rockwell – I Need USub Focus – Follow the LightLoadstar – Hit The GroundStealth – Smash ItNoisia – Shaking HandsDillinja – Who YouProlix & Rido – ExplorationMoko – Your Love (Culture Shock Remix)Shy FX & TPower – FeelingsKnife Party – Lrad (The Prototypes Remix)Concept Vision & Sigment – Through LeapCrissy Criss – Go HardThe Prodigy – Voodoo People (Pendulum Remix)Prolix & Misanthrop – TranscendentCallide & Intraspekt – Noise DisturbanceHazard – Bricks Dont RollWilkinson – Dirty Love (TC Remix)Sub Focus – StompSub Focus – SmoothTantrum Desire – HigherSpor – AztecTC – Everything for a ReasonAndy C – HauntingDrumsound & Bassline Smith – Make Some NoiseErbnDub – MoshpitChase & Status – International (Dimension Remix)Rockwell – 1234Bad Company – The NineLynx – Disco DoDoNero – Satisfy (Koncept Remix)The Prototypes – Pale Blue DotJaguar Skills & Chords – Lust (Break Remix)Noisia – Oh OhGridlok & Prolix – Metalbrane (Membrane VIP)

 

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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