Annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnddddd welcome back to the 20th edition of the Maritime Grime Mix Series. This edition we have headliner talent bring us the heat! From Vancouver and Calgary, we have Average Gypsy & Kyle Cross. These two mixes will get ya moving.
Up first, we have the purveyors of sexy, wobbly basslines, gangster rap and boundless spirited energy dropping a sick mix for us. The love and passion Average Gypsy have for their craft and for each other is undeniable and transcends everything they do! They’ve played a ton of shows and festivals in Canada, and are starting to gain the attention of a global audience, touring the US, Spain and Mexico. They've reached #1 in Future and Bass House releases on Beatport and are currently working on their debut album. Keep an eye on these two.
The second mix is coming from break guru, Kyle Cross.He's played the west coast festival circuit and maybe it's time we take him out east. He has released some deadly tunes on major breaks labels including two of my favorites, Breaks R Boss and Diablo Loco. Kyle is well know for his taste in breaks, but his influences are spread wide. For the mix series he put together a BANGER of a drum n bass mix! Strap in for this one.
For more information on these two incredible acts, check out the links below!
And as per usual, a big thanks to Ed Solo & Skool of Thought for letting us use their tune Music Is Music from their album Random Acts of Kindness. Check them out here...
MGMS Volume 002 f/ Jacksonstrut & Mulligan
Here we go again... Volume 2 of the Maritime Grime Mix Series!
This go around we got two guys who have been a staple in the East Coast underground music community for a long time.... Jacksonstrut and Mulligan. If you haven't heard of these purveyors of house music, then get your ears prepared for a good time. These guys have put together sets that hit every style of house. So good! Check out the links below for more of their sounds. Enjoy!
MGMS Volume 001 f/ bernto & Lee Fraser
For the first installment of the Maritime Grime Mix Series, we have Bernto & Lee Fraser playing some house, electro, techno, breaks, garage and progressive. These two guys came on the East Coast scene around the same time in the early 2000s. As life has taken them in all sorts of different directions, their passion for the music has remained the same. Check out what they're up to below. Enjoy these two heaters of mixes!