JAN 2K14 DJ Mix [Free download for cool people only]

Mercurius FM JAN 2K14 DJ Mix


This month’s DJ mix offers a variety of new tracks from all sorts of different producers. A cut from my buddy Feadz’ first ever album, which I heard at his release party in LA this month. A track from a Japanese artist called 99Letters, who will be signed to my label Broken Synth. Other highlights include a rad Paul Johnson track which has disappeared from his soundcloud and a bass track named after The Wire from a local producer in AZ, Broadway Slim. I also reveal my latest original track, J.A.C.K., which will be released on Tommie Sunshine’s Brooklyn Fire Records next month as part of a compilation (details to follow). Very exciting things happening this year including some delays on my label, Broken Synth, due to extra paperwork and prep work which will make everything even better. Looking forward to another great year. Thanks again to all my supporters over the years.

As usual, if you like what you hear, please share this mix! It’s way better than having to paying Facebook to show it a thousand accounts who don’t care.


  • Feadz & Kito – Wettex [Ed Banger]
  • 99LETTERS – NADE [Broken Synth]
  • Mercurius FM – J.A.C.K. [Brooklyn Fire]
  • €urocrats – Unite (Strip Steve Remix) [Aeropop]
  • Paul Johnson – Go Crazie Damnit [internet/soundcloud]
  • Seasick Mama – Quit Your Job (Mercurius FM Remix Dub) [white]
  • Glass Figure – Modulate Your Love [Chambre 404]
  • Intended For Zombies – All Black Leather [internet/soundcloud]
  • David Tannin – Bronsted [Brooklyn Fire]
  • Un:code – Red signal (Alek Drive remix) [Police]
  • Broadway Slim – Stringer Bell [internet/soundcloud]
  • Dinamo – Homecoming [My Techno Weighs A Ton]
  • Diplo ft. Nicky Da B – Express Yourself (Cobra Krames & Yamez Rmx) [internet/soundcloud]
  • Blamma! Blamma! feat. Kristina Train – Zsa Zsa (Kiani vs Red D Remix) [Eskimo]

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