We at HDD have a phrase for those suffering after a night out at Hipsters Dont Dance it’s called a #hddhangover. So as a thank you to our amazing crowd we have decided to create a mix series to ease you back into the real world. The seventh mix in the series goes for a mostly instrumental vibe, it’s the second mix in this series by HDD resident Hootie Who. One thing’s for sure it’s better than Alkaseltzer!
Here are a few words from him:
For my second mix in this series i wanted to try and take it somewhere different. Everyone in the series took this idea and added a new element so I came back to the series thinking differently than when i started it 6 months ago. For me as a DJ i can see the power of music especially in melodies and felt that a mostly instrumental mix would highlight some of my recent favourites. Of course I had to put my all time fave in there as well. I’ll let you guess which one it is (hint its the one with the 3 cuts on this mix).
Every week the excellent So Shifty guys will bring you a performance that they deem #unf*ckwithable. You can give them suggestions on twitter just using that hashtag but ultimately they will decide. This week’s edition is from Garnett Silk’s birthday bash in 1994.
You can also dl the amazing JR Blender refix of Usher’s Climax here.
To celebrate the flyer for Dancehall Jamboree being released Murlo laced us with his remix of the Stylo G banger Call Mi a Yardie. Not only can you see Murlo on the 26th of November, you can also catch Jillionaire, Curtis Lynch and Mr Williamz, Serocee, Wrongtom Meets Deemas J, Joe Grime and Fresharda. Thats all in room 1, whilst in room 2 you have HDD residents Why Delila, The Large, Illanja and Kazabon & Hootie Who (HDD Dj’s). It’s going to be massive and definitely something you don’t want to miss as it is a mixture of the scene’s legends, leaders and up and comers. I guarantee you will not find a line up this good all for free anywhere.