Subscribe to our mailing list

Here at DMC World Magazine, we work hard to bring you the very best interviews, latest mixes, reviews and much more for free! If you'd like to hear about all our latest exclusives then why not sign up to our weekly newsletter which will drop all of these things directly into your inbox once a week!

* indicates required
Email Format
Blog entries categorized under Back to Mine

Back to Mine

431 posts in this category

The Timewriter

Thursday, 25 March 2010 Back to Mine
1. I Don't Want To Talk About ItRod Stewart1975 Warner Bros. Records Inc.This takes me straight back to my childhood days and although it is 35 years old, it still today is very special to me and hasn't lost any of its magic.2. Come Live With Me AngelMarvin Gaye1976 Motown RecordsCertainly this is a less well-known song of Mr.Genius, but definitely one of my favourites.3. Follow You Follow MeGenesis1978 Virgin Records Ltd.Full of memories and a blueprint of melancholic influences, that found the...
Tags: Untagged

Mademoiselle Caro & Franck Garcia

Friday, 19 March 2010 Back to Mine
THE BEATLES "And I Love Her" I have chosen this track because I love the title; the melody and Nina Simone did a cover of it. It is the perfect love song.THE ZOMBIES "Care of Cell 44" This is the perfect song. It's a good mix between melancholy and happiness with one of our favourite singers of all the time - Colin Blunstone.EVERYTHING BUT THE GIRL "Each and Every One" First album, first song. Between the classiest brass intro of the 80's and the trumpet solo at the end, is the magic that is the...
Tags: Untagged

DJ Mustafa / Staff Productions

Thursday, 18 February 2010 Back to Mine
Marvin Gaye - What's Going On / 1973 MotownTIMMEEEELESSSSSSS ! this music makes me feel the same way everytime i hear it. amazing music, amazing song. i think the song still means the same today as it did in 1973. it goes directly to your heart.Oscar D Leon - Me Voy Pa CaliPure Salsa. Oscar D'Leon is called the " Lion of Salsa". Such a great energy in this song that you can't stop dancing and singing along. I started to spin this song in parties when I was a student at university.Jackson Sisters...
Tags: Untagged


Thursday, 28 January 2010 Back to Mine
1. Deadmau5 - Strobe"Just got the new album and I was surprised how minimal a lot of the tracks are (which is great!). This is an epic though. Expertly crafted start to finish. Pure electro bliss!"2. Stephan Bodzin vs Marc Romboy - Phobos"Proves how uplifting minimal techno can be. This is ace! Just builds and builds until it explodes! Gives me shivers every time."3. Super Flu - Brink"Another awesome minimal track. I love Super Flu, everything they do is always interesting. This is just a great ...
Tags: Untagged

Ben Rymer

Thursday, 21 January 2010 Back to Mine
01.  Barry White - I Love To Sing The Songs - 20th Century Fox RecordsLittle known gem where Mr White comes over all Northen soul. It's ridiculously uplifting.02.  NEU - HALLOGALLO - UNITED ARTISTS10 minutes of pure German 70's bliss.03.  TLC - NO SCRUBS - LAFACEIt would have to be the video of this R+B classic as it's so far ahead of what was to come its mind blowing.I also do a mean karaoke version of this, though that's not at my house.04.  Joubert Singers - Stand By The Word (Larry Levan Rem...
Tags: Untagged

The CB's

Thursday, 07 January 2010 Back to Mine
1.Donald Byrd - Places And Spaces - Blue NoteBeautiful early 70's jazz funk long player from the Byrdman, endlessly uplifting horn lines and strings. 2.Tribe Called Quest - Midnight Marauders - JiveTip, Fyfe and Ali at their finest with help from Busta Rhymes on seminal cut 'Oh My God' one of the finest hip hop albums point blank. Period. 3.Eddie Russ-The Lope Song - Soul JazzFunky as a gent's toilet with flute mania to even it out (dope). 4.Mos Def Feat Slick Rick The Auditorium - DowntownFrom ...
Tags: Untagged

Richard Gow

Thursday, 17 December 2009 Back to Mine
1. "Sweet N' Sour"- The Crusaders"Free As The Wind" album by The Crusaders was the first album I bought. They're simply amazing musicians2. "I Thought It Was You" - Herbie HancockI remember hearing this for the first time in a club, we went from disco between 125- 130 bpm to this track at about 110 115 bpm and it worked3. "Streetlife" - The CrusadersI remember seeing this track being performed at the Hammersmith Odeon with Randy Crawford and I was blown away4. "The Beat Goes On" - The WhispersA ...
Tags: Untagged


Thursday, 10 December 2009 Back to Mine
1. Friendly Fires - Paris (Aeroplane Remix) [XL Recordings]One of the first tunes that got me into the new Balearic sound.  I'm pretty sure it'll become a classic in a few years time.  The extra female vocal just elevates it to a whole new level.2. Depeche Mode - People are People [Mute]This track was the theme tune for a kids TV programme called It'll Never Work, which I used to watch when I was younger.  I loved it and only found out years later that it was actually Depeche Mode - genius!3. Fl...
Tags: Untagged


Friday, 20 November 2009 Back to Mine
1.   Lil Louis - French Kiss [ffrr]In 1989, when I was 15 years old, my sister took me to Amnesia and Es Parradis, and this was the first time I'd ever set foot in a club, that night changed my life and made me want to be a dj and this was one of the 2 records that blew me away!2.   Kariya - Baby Let Me Love you [Sleeping Bag]This was the other track that along with French Kiss changed my life that night, and I actually heard it 2 weeks ago in Ibiza and I still got goosebumps!3.   Jam & Spoo...
Tags: Untagged


Friday, 20 November 2009 Back to Mine
Portishead "Dummy" (Go!)The legendary album from the true pioneers of the Bristol trip-hop.Depeche Mode "I Feel Loved" (Mute)One of the band's finest moments from their "Exciter" masterpiece.Radiohead "Karma Police" (EMI)The highlight from "OK Computer" by the most successfull rock meets electronica band on planet Earth. Air "All I Need" (Virgin)From the amazing "Moon Safari" by the first in a series of France's best kept secrests.Tricky "Overcome" (Island)The most emotional track from "Maxinqua...
Tags: Untagged

DJ Fresh

Thursday, 12 November 2009 Back to Mine
1. Blue Ridge Mountains - Fleet FoxesBella Union If you havent got their album, it is a must but... incredibly fresh, complex melodies, a slightly odd blend of folk and indy, being an original indy kid in the 90s it's right up my street, this song is mesmerizing.2. Little Fluffy Clouds - The Orb - IslandThis track changed my life back in the early nineties, an essential listening companion to an acid trip... no longer messing about with those, but the track is still as amazing as it was back the...
Tags: Untagged

Tomas Hedberg

Thursday, 05 November 2009 Back to Mine
In No Particular Order...1. Rage Against The Machine "Killing In The Name"An absolute stormer of a track, probably my favorite band ever...2. Red Hot Chili Peppers "Under The Bridge"Gives me goosebumps just thinking of this one.3. The Cure "Lullaby"Haunting and beautiful.4. LL Cool J "Mama Said Knock You Out"BIG bass and a killer beat... ll Cool J at his best5. Nirvana "Come As You Are"This needs to be in the list. Great track.6. Dave Matthews Band "All Along The Watchtower"Fantastic take on thi...
Tags: Untagged

Alec Empire

Thursday, 22 October 2009 Back to Mine
1) Bad Brilliance "Quackhead" New York is back. Santos Partyhouse is the club of the moment. I heard this the first time on Andrew WK'smixtape last Spring. Berlin has to stand at the back of the line, Los Angeles is approaching fast. The guy wears a red suit and a yellow light bulb on his head...this is the kind of beat which seizes the time. 2) Ye Olde Maids "Cocoa Cherubs" Just got this as an mp3 but it sounds awesome. This is music which opens those doors to those dark rooms you were too afra...
Tags: Untagged

Pete Gooding

Thursday, 15 October 2009 Back to Mine
1.   Lil Louis - French Kiss [ffrr]In 1989, when I was 15 years old, my sister took me to Amnesia and Es Parradis, and this was the first time I'd ever set foot in a club, that night changed my life and made me want to be a dj and this was one of the 2 records that blew me away!2.   Kariya - Baby Let Me Love you [Sleeping Bag]This was the other track that along with French Kiss changed my life that night, and I actually heard it 2 weeks ago in Ibiza and I still got goosebumps!3.   Jam & Spoo...
Tags: Untagged

Smoove & Turrell

Thursday, 08 October 2009 Back to Mine
The Pharcyde - Bizarre Ride One of my all time favorite Hip Hop album's produced by Jay Dee. This album stayed in my walkman cassette player on constant rotation for 2 years. It has everything for me, from fat hip hop beats, uplifting samples and humor within its rap lyrics. Imani, Booty Brown, Fat lip and Slim Kid Tre went on to make Labcabincalifornia album but then later all split up. James Brown -Give It Up Or Turn It LooseWith Clyde Stubblefield on drums and Bootsy Collins on bass, you have...
Tags: Untagged

My Digital Enemy

Thursday, 01 October 2009 Back to Mine
1. The Prodigy - Take Me To The HospitalMy Favourite track from the album.  Twisted and old school.2. Empire Of The Sun - We Are The PeopleNice melodies, great track to relax to.3. Rage Against The Machine - Killing In The Name OfGot to see them in 2007 at Coachella, absolute legends!4. Mory Kante - Yeke YekeThe Hardfloor Mix. Classic!  5. Marilyn Manson - This Is The New ShitAmazing synths and vocals. Electronica meets metal!6. Planet Funk - Chasing The SunMakes me feel like its summer, nice an...
Tags: Untagged

The Nextmen

Thursday, 24 September 2009 Back to Mine
01. Just Kissed My Baby - The Meters - Rhino/Wea.Weep. If there is anything wrong with this record can someone point it out to us please? No? Course not. Straight up and down groover with THAT guitar riff.02. Trouble - Ray Lamontagne - 14th Floor.Why isn't this guy massive? This track is sublime. Everyone should listen to more Ray, go and buy all of his music now.03. Duppy Conqueror - Bob Marley and the Wailers - Island.Less conspicuous than some of his songs, but familiar in it's sound, this on...
Tags: Untagged

Tortured Soul

Friday, 18 September 2009 Back to Mine
1. Michael Jackson -"Rock With You" (Off The Wall)Classic disco. Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones, Rod Temperton - all in absolute top form  Three artists I love and many more amazing musicians on that record collaborating to create one of the most timeless pieces of pop music ever.2. Stevie Wonder - "Send One Your Love" (The Secret Life of Plants)Spooky, beautiful suggestion that true love still exists - one of the best sophisticated integrations of his harmonica playing into his music. 3. John Co...
Tags: Untagged


Wednesday, 09 September 2009 Back to Mine
Jimmy Castor Bunch - Its Just Begun  - Sussex    wonderfull piece of pyscodelic funk and the ultimate bboy classic tuneMantronix - Needle To The Groove - Sleeping Bag   groundbreaking early hip hop from new yorks finest of 85The JBS  - Givin Up Food For Funk - People Recordsthe jbs at there best laid back early funk as sample by big daddy kaneAfrica Bambaata - Planet Rock - Tommy Boymassive selling bboy electro funk classic from 82 laid down a blueprint for countless recordsThe Bamboos  - Cant H...
Tags: Untagged


Wednesday, 26 August 2009 Back to Mine
1. Autchre - UviolIt's a really cool glitchy track to chill out to, its good thinking music, not too intrusive or in your face. 2. Downward Spiral - Nine Inch Nails  Still among the first bit of 'electronic music' that I have ever really taken a liking too. 3. The theme tune to 'The Price is Right'!  It's a totally great piece of music - genius! Haha 4. Mars Wind- Sex (Yeah!)Cool chiptune, goes through so many Commodor 64 sounds! I do enjoy listening to the occasional chiptune. 5. Boards of Cana...
Tags: Untagged

Translate ::