The incidental contact high mix

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NHS Nurse with mask street art

My first new mix for 2022 and it comes at a time as Covid19 variant Omnicron has come, peaked and is likely going to move us things from Pandemic to Endemic? Who knows…? Lets hope!

Regardless of this all, I was thinking about the incredible people who helped us all through the pandemic and kind of been forgotten, while also flicking through the new book dictionary of obscure sorrows. I came across the incidental contact high, which is described as

A innocuous touch by someone just doing their job, that you find more meaningful that you’d like to admit.”

Anyway, its really good mix with lots of new tunes, a bit of pace (134bpm-ish) and a good feeling throughout. Related to the notion that maybe the pandemic is reaching closer to the end stages?
I’m loving Protoculture’s “Music is more than mathematics” and the unique remix of Shnorkel, which I picked up. To be fair there is a lot of Protoculture in my mixes.

Enjoy the mix, which is another entry in the locked down, mixing out album of mixes. Also linked on my blog and mixcloud.

  1. Love Technology - Protoculture
  2. Orenida (extended mix) - Gouryella/Ferry Corsten
  3. Collider (Jorn van Deynhoven remix) - Thomas Bronzwaer
  4. Music is more than mathematics (extended mix) - Protoculture
  5. Feel it (extended mix) - Cosmic gate
  6. Shnorkel (Thank you city remix) - Ido Ophir and Miki Litvak
  7. Go (extended mix) - Protoculture
  8. Tiger (extended remix) - Jerome Isma-Ae & Alastor
  9. Tears (protoculture remix) - Dakota
  10. Alone (extended mix) - Maarten de jong
  11. Headliner - Jorn van Deynhoven


This article was updated on 24 October 2023

Digital Italic

Dj from Manchester UK playing Trance and Tech Trance using nothing more that a Pacemaker Device. He adores the Pacemaker device and does all his mixes with it while on his travels. The mixes take inspiration from the things around him and the mix style is different from what you usually hear. More in your face and more frantic that most mixes, it leads you on a journey somewhere else. He use to dj under the name of Adrenalin Rush in and around the South west of England and Wales on Vinyl believe it or not but gave it up when he moved to London. Djing on laptops was the name of the game then and he gained a regular spot on a Miami based internet radio station before it got shut down in 2005. Now in Manchester and available for small and large trance parties across the North and South, he hopes to push mixing to places where it was never possible using the Pacemaker device