Hot mix here. One look at the track list and you know the funked out vocal crew is in for a must hear session. From the start, there’s no delay with the energy, rolling out some current bangers and and armory of deliberate classic nods.
With absolutely no stress on the promo situation, DJ Fonik delivers a really fun mix, with great flow that reminds me of what DJ’s do when they aren’t freaking out about their Stock Price or branding a new genre.
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If you dance, to breaks anyway...which I imagine most anyone reading this at least gives it a go… or you just like that hands in the air business...this mix is on that vibe from start to finish and alas for you.
The second half gets a bit darker, but only in an electro way, and even here there’s plenty of hype and old school feel to it all with no shortage of Quad. Turn up the center knob in that low rider and roll out to a classic Rob Bass edit courtesy of The Juice Squad and yours truly!
All in all, this is the kind of set you’d really love to hear follow up a headliner, or for that matter from a headliner, perhaps an old school night, at a club where chin stroking is not your main interest. For all these wonderful reasons, Juice Drop Meter = 9/10.
03 - Mike B - Feel My Energy (DJ Fixx Remix) 07:13
04 - Wes Smith & Dirty Kicks vs. Kiesza - Breakaway 11:30
07 - The Juice Squad vs. Destruction Production - What A Rush (TJS What A Break Remix) 20:18
15 - The Juice Squad vs. JJ Fad, Rob Base & DJ E Z Rock, Sir Mix-A-Lot, L'Trimm, House of Pain - Super Sonic House Of Big Butt Rockin Boom 55:42