Monkey Business

A party mix of funky hip hop, soul and a little rock ‘n’ roll. Do the monkey!

Mix Master Moss’s Bashy Breakfast

Grab a cocktail, sit back and relax to this summer reggae mix:

Does a Monkey Have Soul?

I’m a soul man:



Ghetto Funk, Street Bass and that all important wobble.

Gimme A Break:

A mix of re-edited modern and classic funk stormers, with the emphasis on the breaks.

Gimme a Break!

Do The Funky Monkey:

The Funky Monkey cocktail mixes classic and modern funk, stirs in a couple of 70’s cop show themes, sprinkles on a pinch of afrobeat, before topping things off with a slice of disco.  Best enjoyed during hot summer nights.

Do The Funky Monkey

Hip Hop Running Through These Veins:

Chilled out, mostly instrumental hip hop mix in memory of Manchester’s Grand Central – gone, but not forgotten!

Hip Hop Running Through These Veins!

Monkey Business:

Here’s an old school hip hop and big beat party mix. The closing mashup is my own.


Dub Steppin’:

This dubstep mix starts out with commercial tunes, before getting steadily filthier.

Ocean of Bass

Dub Space:

A second slightly darker dubstep mix, with reggae vibes.

Dub Space

The Mashup Mix:

A fun mix I put together at a friends birthday party, with tongue firmly in cheek.

Mix Master Moss's Mashup Mix

Mashup Mix 2:

I made the last mashup mix during a Saturday night party, but this sequel is for waking up to on a Sunday morning. It’s a more chilled out mix of downbeat hip hop and reggae. Enjoy!

Mashup Mix 2

The Ragga Rave:

Shout out to the junglist massive! In this little mix I celebrate reggae’s influence on rave and dance culture. Warning, this one’s not for the fainthearted!

Shout out to the junglist massive!


Getting sick of the cold? Bored of drizzle and grey skies? Getting a bit bored of dubstep now? Are all the clubs near you playing the same old, same old? Well treat your ears to a sprinkling of summer courtesy of my African hip hop and Moombahton mix – guaranteed to ease those urban winter blues! As featured on Generation Bass and MTV.


Moombafricah 2:

Here’s the second instalment of my Moombafricah series, which mixes African Hip Hop, Bongo Flava and Moombahton into a lush tropical cocktail.

“Shedding light on Moombah from a completely different angle” according to the nice folks at Generation Bass.

Moombafricah 2

The Sound of 2000:

This is a little Garage mix I put together at a Wedding, especially for the 2-steppin’ bride.

Garage Mix