Mixes

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:

 

M-Funk:

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.

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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!

Moombafricah:

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!

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