Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Freerange DJs | APE Music Podcast #012

 Freerange DJs | APE Music Podcast #012

The Freerange DJS have been riding high in the Beatport Breaks chart now for freaking ages with there killer 'Back To The Old Jack' release and with there next release on APE 'Drop That Beat', about to drop, we thought it was about that time to get them back in for the podcast... Hold tight, its quite a ride!


01. Funkanomics 'Planet Cross' [Twin Town Production]
02. Dave Spoon 'Lummox (Plump Dj's Rmx)' [Televizion]
03. Alex Metric 'Disotron' [Marine Parade]
04. Arrow!!! 'Nu Jakker' [AUX]
05. Pheex & Dub Elements 'Tech Wreck' [Trans:verse]
06. Freerange Dj's 'Drop That Beat (Afghan Hadspin Rmx)' [Ape Music]
07. Afghan Headspin 'Cream' [Shut Up & Dance]
08. A Dominant Species 'Run & Hide' [STFU]
09. Mr B 'Little Acid People (Peo De Pitte RMX)' [Rogue Industries]
10. Skool Of Thought 'Villa Funk' [Against The Grain]
11. Far Too Loud 'Dancefloor Destroyer' [Funkatech]
12. Sepultura 'Bloody Roots (Pro7 RMX)' [CDR]
13. Pyramid 'Redial' [Funkeatch]
14. Freerange Dj's 'Back To The Old Jack' [Ape Music]
15. Access Denied 'Publicity' [iBreaks]
16. Canine Sounds 'I Like To Party (Freerange Dj's RMX)' [AUX]
17. Cut La Roc 'Looking For The Deep Bass (Schema RMX)' [Ape Music]
18. Stylus 'Curve (Freerange Dj's RMX)' [Standard Audio]
19. Bass Nectar 'Boom Box' [Amorphous Music]
20. Sub Focus 'Vaporize' [Ram]
21. DC Breaks 'Halo' [Viper Recordings]
22. Ed Rush & Optical 'Chubrub' [Virus Recordings]
23. The Pixies 'Where Is My Mind (Bassnectar RMX)' [CDR]

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This podcast is taken from the APE Music Radio show on Realinstant which will be bringing the APE Music family together to showcase there skills in a bi-monthly 1 hour mix. Along side label owners Ben and Lex there will be mixes and artist showcases from That Girl DJ, Mobius, Afghan Headpsin, Benjamin Vial, Freerange DJs, Enough Weapons, Metro Boy and Mskr-nt.

APE Music Radio will not be confined to one style of breaks (or even genres) but will encompass everything from funky to techy to tearout and out the other side including techno, wonk, house, even Dubstep and Drum and Bass.


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