also, check out luke chable. similar vein to jonathan lisle. I have a couple of his mixes that I'll upload eventually.


your inquiry made me re-listen to the mixes I upped & I'm loving them. looking forward to listening to your uploads!


@RFT: pretty sure JL is long gone, but there are 6 years of touring and appearances out there somewhere. thanks for looking.


If you know of similar DJ's i'm all ears, I am a sucker for tripped out breaks.


I have had the mixes I UL'd on my ipod@ work for years, every time they come up on shuffle I am reminded I must find the others


recorded1, just curious, but why the interest in jonathan lisle in '17? seems really random. but good. :-)

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Wez G - Network Transmit

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  • Title: Network Transmit
  • Artist: Wez G
  • Album: Network Transmit
  • Year: 2011
  • Genre: House
  • Length: 79:15 minutes (181.45 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 320Kbps (CBR)
1. Audiofly - 6 Degrees Feat. Flora Cutler (Original Mix) [Get Physical Music]
2. The Lost Disko Superstar - Naama Beach (Alberto Sabatini Original Mix) [Wormland Gold]
3. Marvin Zeyss - Next To You (Maya Jane Coles Remix) [Brown Eyed Boyz]
4. John Tejada - Unstable Condition (Original Mix) [Kompakt]
5. Anane - Plastic People (Adam Rios Remix) [Nervous Records]
6. Gai Barone - Organum (Original Mix) [Galore Music]
7. Nick Warren - Buenos Aires (Original Mix) [Hope Recordings]
8. Guy Mantzur, Sahar Z - Patterns (Original Mix) [Definitive Recordings]
9. Takt Tick - July Rain (Solee Remix) [Parquet Recordings]
10. Spektre & Miniminds - Guillotine (Christian Smith Remix) [Global Underground]
11. Sven Vath - Ballet Romance (Yousef Circus Rework) [Circus Recordings]
12. System 7 Feat. A Guy Called Gerald - PositiveNoise (Carl Craig Remix) [A-Wave Records]
13. 16 Bit Lolitas Presents Bug Report - Low Density (Original Mix) [Bits And Pieces]
14. Depeche Mode - Never Let Me Down Again (Eric Prydz Remix) [Mute Records]
15. Kristaal - Take Me To The Top [Out]

Global Communication has never been more open... In the past decade we have experienced a worldwide internet revolution that has widened our horizons more than ever before. At the touch of a button you can meet and speak to people on the other side of the planet via the multitude of ever-expanding social networks. DJs have to take advantage of this great leap forward and broadcast to the wide world. It's a weird phenomenon, recording a little DJ Mix, clicking a few buttons and then getting feedback from an audience that you don't see in reality, that usually comes from an completely different civilization and way of life. It's a real eyeopener but one that I enjoy. Help distribute this mix to your friends, wherever you may be listening. The mix represents the current sounds of house music as heard by my ears, here in a tiny Welsh village called Caldicot.


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