Another Monday, another mixtape. And this one has a theme too. This is the first attempt of mine to cram the maximum number of tracks and samples onto one CD length mix – 83 in point of fact, and if ever there was one single transition that summed up my new-found philosophy with regards to the sacred art of the mixtape, it’s the beatmix from “The Monster Mash” to “Inbetween Days”.
I’m quite happy with the whole thing too, not least because it’s kicked off by a vocal sample by one of the Penguins of Madagascar.
What puzzles me deeply is why I would accompany a mix by this introduction on Mixcloud, one obviously cribbed from the Chewbacca defence. I myself have no defence; I simply offer it unexpurgated for you to do with as you will.
Why would I, a [professional] DJ for 18 years, mix Right Said Fred’s “Deeply Dippy” with “Passion” by Gat Decor? That does not make sense! But more important, you have to ask yourself: what does this have to do with the Royal Baby? Nothing. Ladies and gentlemen, it has nothing to do with the Royal Baby! It does not make sense! Look at me. I’m a half-decent DJ, and I’m talkin’ about the Royal Baby! Does that make sense? Ladies and gentlemen, I am not making any sense! None of this makes sense! And so you have to remember, when you’re in that rubbish bar that plays the same records as every other bar and looks just like every other bar and is piled high with 18 year olds buying coke to mix with the bottle of vodka in their handbag, does it make sense? No! Ladies and gentlemen with excellent musical taste, it does not make sense! If this mix does feature Right Said Fred’s “Deeply Dippy” expertly mixed with “Passion” by Gat Decor, you must hire me to DJ in your bar and make it better! The defense rests.