Download the App!

show episodes
 
UK & ROW: BPM Artist Management Agency US: CGAgency Email: mizeyesis@gmail.com Mizeyesis is a dj & producer from the Northeastern United States, she resides in Boston. Her whole life she was engulfed in expression from being a former professional dancer who studied with Alvin Ailey, to visual art, to learning & studying music at an early age. Her start began in 2004 in where she started to dj, throw events and co-founded a collective, Threshold Sound based in Connecticut. In 2008 she joined ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
1. L-Side & Bassman - Nasty Style 2. Piker - Transmogrification (Papa G Remix) 3. Dr Meaker ft Carasel - Tear Down Stages 4. Bladerunner - Rave Machine 5. Hyrah – Echoes 6. Blue Frequency – Wonder 7. RoyGreen & Protone - Without A Light 8. Dot. - Killing Me 9. S.P.Y - No More 10. Fintain & Edlan - Away from You 11. Koherent & Ed_it - Dis One 12. Th…
 
1. Blue Frequency - Heart of Iron 2. Kaloa – Comfortable 3. T-I ft Madrush MC - Curtain Twitcher 4. DLR - Brain Eaters 5. Particle - No Mistakes 6. Piker-Rendelsham 7. Bou Ft. Trigga - Veteran (Alix Perez Remix) 8. Dub Phizix – Shimmer 9. Blue Frequency - Wonder 10. Kaloa – Longing 11. BCee, Charlotte Haining & Emba - Before You (goddard. Remix) 12…
 
1. Enei - The Hammer 2. Exile & DJ Hybrid - Be Mine 3. Murdock - Come Together (Too Late For ‘98 Mix) 4. T-I – Krusty 5. Alkali - In My Mind 6. Blue Frequency – River 7. Alix Perez - Not Alone 8. Silloh - Into the Void 9. Matec - Hold Me Close 10. Blue Frequency - Wonder 11. DJ Limited - Searching For A Reason 12. Total Science - It's Not Over (Zer…
 
My latest track, Warmth came out on Yeska Beatz, "Ruff N Rugged" Vol 3. Big ups to everyone that supported it! :)My track was featured in Beatport - February 2022: https://www.beatportal.com/features/six-emerging-artists-on-our-radar-february-2022/Track Link: https://yeskabeatzcrew.bandcamp.com/track/mizeyesis-warmthComp Link: https://yeskabeatzcre…
 
Enjoy! <3Tracklisting:01) Mizeyesis - Interplanetary Space (Unreleased - 2018)02) Forest Drive West - Nothing Else (Rupture LDN - 2018)03) Spirit - Breakdown (Interactive - 2009)04) Paradox - Toprock (Metalheadz - 2018)05) OneMind - Be Nothing (Metalheadz - 2018)06) Sully - Zero Sum (TNR - RD - 2017)07) X-Nation - Spread Out & Scatter (Foundation X…
 
Junglewarz 2018 is back in full effect and I had to join in on the fun, well I was kind of called out by some homies to create a few tengs. This track was a RIOT to make, I was laughing hysterically while crafting it especially towards the end... Totally raw, not one of my meticulous mixdowns (Soundcloud kind of sucks right now anyway and don't jud…
 
My track Soundbwoy Haze featured on "Ruff & Rugged Vol 1 - YESKA Beatz Unltd (YBU007)- OUT NOWLink: https://yeskabeatzcrew.bandcamp.com/album/ruff-n-rugged-vol-1Tracklisting: 1. Mizeyesis - Soundbwoy Haze2. Meanstreak - Killin3. ED808 x 6Blocc (Official fan page) - Migraine4. JONNY 5 - Monkshood5. Rez - Deadly Accuracy6. BC Rydah - Cosmos7. Xian Ju…
 
In the late 90s drum & bass music was completely new to me. I’d skipped almost all of the jungle era, having much more likely to have been wearing an unwashed Kurt Cobain t-shirt at that time. Grouchily. So 90s. When I did finally catch the bug, my favourite thing to do was to go crate digging for used records, mainly because I fancied myself as a …
 
This was a recent guest mix hosted on Club 907 WPNR 90.7FM hosted by DJ This out of Utica, NY. Contains atmospheric, automonic, techstep and tear out jungle vibes. Grimey & smooth. Some unreleased gems, forthcoming bits and original remixes. Enjoy, tracklisting below. :) <301. Subversive - Project 1502. SB81 - Negatives03. Kyam - Arp04. Digital, Sp…
 
This mix has been floating around most of the summer and finally makes it here... this mix includes one of my own original bits, a few unreleased shared by some friends of mine, and some of my favorite old & new school atmospheric jungle, intelligent, jazzy, liquid dnb bits to give off that summertime vibe. Almost two hours of lush, sexy and beauti…
 
In and around 1994 the jungle scene was changing. Even though the sound had never been more popular there was internal division as to how the sound should be progressed. In one camp sat those who believed that the way forward was to eschew the trappings of hardcore rave tunes, stop the reliance on sampling each others’ music, and to move towards a …
 
Yo. Happy fricken 2016, peeps! This is one of those rare “not a label mix” posts as a belated holiday season gift for you all. The last one I did was waaay back in 2014. This month’s mix is a personal favourite of mine – a set I did live, like, for real, in 2003 in a teensy tiny club in Christchurch, New Zealand, of all places, the name of which I …
 
Sup, G here. Apologies for the delay. Life gets in the way sometimes. This is the first Dillinja post on this blog. I feel slightly ashamed about that as Dillinja is undoubtedly up there with the greatest of all time jungle producers – possibly THE greatest. But I let others decide on that. Stab in the dark for fave D tune? Got to be any of the thr…
 
This mix features a full on journey of sounds I love in the DNB/Jungle spectrum. A lot of new tracks but some older gems and one that I made myself... Hope you all enjoy, tracklisting below. Tracklisting:Loxy & Ink - ArticalTheory - Babylon DemBKey & DJE - Archive VIPDouble O - End of TimeQuadrant, Iris, Kid Hops & Kayla - Black OpalNC-17 & Liminal…
 
GFT here. This is a big post for me. Legend Records is my number one favourite jungle label of all time, so it is a somewhat daunting task to do justice to it. And so the mix has proven! It took me literally months of effort, chipping away at it week after week. Is this how GRRM feels slogging through new chapters of A Song of Ice and Fire? Call it…
 
GFT here. I’ve been spending a ton of time in Bristol lately, so I thought why not mine the rich history of the Bristol dnb scene for a post on the blog. Bristol has been a thriving hub for jungle/drum and bass music since the early 90s when artists like Roni Size, Krust, Suv and Die put the city on the map. Although this core would later form its …
 
Noise Factory, as any junglist worth their natty dreads will recognise, was one of the most influential production teams in the scene back in the early ’90s. Formed of James Stephens, Kevin Mulqueen, and Terry Tee, Noise Factory released early tunes on Paul Ibiza’s Ibiza label before branching out with their own label, 3rd Party. Numerous classic a…
 
Planet Earth Records was Lemon D’s label before he moved to Metalheadz in 1994. The producer of numerous scene classics such as Manhattan Melody, Going Gets Tuff, This is LA, and Fade 2 Black, these days Lemon D is probably best known for his later dnb/jungle work with Dillinja, and all of the various collaborations that came as a result; the Valve…
 
Whatsup geez. This month we mix up all of the vinyls ever released on another one of my all time favourite old skool jungle labels, Face Records. In semi-related news this month I happened to check out Andy C play another one of his increasingly regular 6 hour sets, this time at Brixton Academy here in London. I have to say I was incredibly impress…
 
So after 4 months of no decks I finally have everything unpacked again after the house move, and as everyone with a lot of shit knows, moving can be a bitch. But we’re all sorted now and ready to make up lost time. As a consolation/apology for the unexpected gap, I’ve made a mix of all of the tunes I immediately grabbed once I got everything to ord…
 
GFT here. This blog is about 6 months old. To celebrate, I’m breaking the rules. Throw the boat out! Labels with a loooong release history are always going to be difficult for me to do, and as Ram is now coming up on 200-ish releases, that would have resulted in an unmanageably long mix… a long dark tunnel, you could say? Luckily, there is a handy …
 
It’s me, it’s me… GFT, and I’m only slightly late. In semi-relevant news this month I went down to Fire here in London to check the Metalheadz History Sessions party and it was absolutely amazing. Trepidation about the event being oversold leading to potential overcrowding proved to be unfounded, at least for me. I had plenty of room to bust a move…
 
Hi peeps! Happy new year from me, GFT. Firstly, apologies for being late as I know I’m trying to get these posts out monthly, but honestly they are a lot of work, especially this one – it’s an epic. To make matters worse I lost a bunch of records on the London Underground and it took me a while to replace them. Do not fall asleep on the tube, peopl…
 
GFT here. Serious ’93 darkside business this month from Dark Horse Records. Dark Horse is somewhat of a legendary label for me. When I started collecting oldschool hardcore tunes it was one of the very first labels I set my sights on – I’m not sure why… maybe I liked the logo. The first release I picked up was ‘The Night Rider Part One’ 12″, on bea…
 
GFT here. Another post, another mix. The first record I had on Gyroscope was the classic ‘Defender – Feel It’, but it took me a while before I felt the urge to explore the rest of the catalogue. ‘Feel It’ is such a classic it overshadows almost everything else on the label, but make no mistake there are some definite gems in the list, you just need…
 
It’s me, it’s me… it’s GFT. I first came across this label via represses I picked up at my local record store in the early/mid 2000s. Being a pure DnB DJ at the time, the 12″s sat gathering dust for a few years before my focus shifted, but once I really listened to the tunes I came to love them. As such, Boombastic Plastic was the first old school …
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2023 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login