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Derrick Carter RA 2008-10-13

  • Title: RA.124 Derrick Carter - 2008.10.13
  • Artist: Derrick Carter
  • Album: Resident Advisor podcast
  • Year: 2008
  • Length: 82:22 minutes (94.28 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 160Kbps (CBR)
Rating Average: 9.6 (3 votes)



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I have to respectfully disagree with SB. D's live sets contain significantly more layers. This mix was recorded with the intention of showcasing (at the time) unreleased tunes, edits, and remixes of songs which D was involved in. The mix, paraphrasing Derrick's words, deliberately wasn't a lot of mixing and layers but rather each track played out to the fullest extent and then the mixed in. You'll notice in Derrick's live sets (which are unbeatable) he rarely plays more than a third of the songs at full length. In addition, Derrick is known for layering a capellas (he creates) along with varying jazz clips or spoken words. In the case of the latter Derrick will start a set with a vocal clip which will resound throughout the mix, keeping with the theme of that set. This is a prime example of Derrick's present phase of his production identity. You'll notice if you listen to his discography he transitions from a signature sound identity over a period of time. The representation here, as SB comments, is in fact that "boompty."

Closer in feel to his live sets

When compared to his standard mix sets, which don't normally echo the feel of his live work, this is much closer to a live Derrick Carter set (and if you haven't seen him spin live, you're missing out). Still not perfect, but solid 4 to the floor "boompty" beats throughout, typical Derrick-only remixes and reworks, and it'll keep you moving throughout.