Sinead's baroque troy mix

Sinead O'Connor

It was sad to hear Sinead O'Connor died recently and I decided to do a mix around the voice she had. The tune which I have used in mixes previously was Troy (push mix) which has a deep mystic feel. It seemed to be perfect for the mix. This mix…

Knights of the new republic

Amsterdam skyline

This another one of those recorded live mix due to the Pacemaker's latest firmware. I was listening to some of my older mixes and the Knights of the old republic recorded while in another conference (republica in Berlin) stuck out to me. So I thought it was time for a…

A beat that seems out of time mix

Music metronome in full swing

This mix is using the later beta versions of the Pacemaker device firmware, which includes beat aware looping. It's great but I find the native digital recording of the Pacemaker device unreliable, although I thought I had found the solution. In the end I recorded the output directly using the…

Let the lyrics do the talking mix

Utopia's street art of a young woman with roses

A special anniversary mix for my partner, partly following the hearts in the clouds of Amsterdam mix. She loves vocals, while I tend to focus on the beats & rhythm. Looking through my collection of tunes, I was surprised how few had vocals. With this, I started thinking about a…

The night life above and under Martim Moniz

The night life above and under Martim Moniz, Lisbon

Its a return to Lisbon's Martim Moniz after the heights of Lisbon mix, always reminds me of how the square is being used by many different people. I learned the old city wall runs right through it and its interesting to sit and watch the different people come, go and…

The interdimensional transmission mix

Communicating with space from the See Monster

Following the previous mix, I decided during a very long train journey to get the pacemaker out for some more trance. Using parts of the last few mixes, I decided to give the new mix some new direction. The mix shifts along at a nice 136 bpm, complete with hands…