Branching Out Secret Mixter Sign Ups

Editors' Picks


My very first pick. One of the winners of the recent contest but if you haven’t heard it yet please check it out. A deep mix of mainstream and soundtrack sounds by His Boy Elroy. Kind of like Moby’s - Porcelain but by someone who eats a steak once in a while. ; )

stonehenge outtake

One word…incredible. This should be offered on Wikipedia as a downloadable example for “raw talented musician.”

Jiggy PoP

Cut-up school is now in session, your teacher for the evening will be Pat Chilla.

Pat has uploaded so many professional sounding hip-hop tracks to Mixter that this one tends to get overlooked but it is definitely worth a listen for anybody looking to turn up the bass. Waaaaayyyy up.

The playful opening sets you up for a wide slow groove that invokes, well, very, very bad thoughts. ;)



Head Knodders Alert!!! This track is 100% groove.

Strictly for the lyricist or beat monger, this track has the perfect hip-hop balance of mainstream and underground street credibilty. In short, the track just ROCKS!!! After downloading this one and playing it on my car stereo, I love it even more.

Let the freestyles begin!!
Pat Chilla The Beat Gorilla

no meaning no remastered (eminent fury rmx)

Non-stop high energy motion that defies you not to move around.

In this remix of Fine Arts Militia and Chuck D. omni/megabuzz takes the original by the stick and puts the pedal to the floor for a wild ride. The FAM/Chuck D samples he used are brilliantly placed over and around a funky beat that fades in and out — the tension is built into every bar of this track.

Get the party started…

One Two Three

by: Sharp
Great downtempo, intelligent warped out techno. It’s the sort of stuff I used to listen to back in college while doing Calculus homework: organized, pleasant, and helps to stimulate the left-brain.
DJ Matt Hite
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