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Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Download Jamie Grind's Fresh, Futuristic Dance Mix Free

Posted By on Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 2:28 PM

Jamie Grind
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Another up-and-coming DJ/producer from the UK's expanding post-dubstep/future-garage scene, Jamie Grind, is a name among many to keep tabs on. He recently delivered a few original productions on a split EP with Irish producer Gon on Infrasonics, some of which are available to stream and/or download from Grind's SoundCloud page. In addition to that bit of free music offering, the tunemaker crafted a fresh mix for Sonic Router last week, which you can download here.

Many of Grind's UK peers make appearances in the upbeat, bass-heavy mix, including Ramadanman, Shortstuff, Blawan, and Hot City, along with American producers Todd Edwards and Dubbel Dutch. The eclectic mix of party-starting tunes rides through slow-grooving bangers, shuffling club numbers, and all sorts of appropriately soulful anthems, all of which are mixed deftly by Grind. Put his mix on low for some energetic background sounds, or crank the mother to 11 and have yourself a proper dance party.

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