This is a two CD mix set covering a pretty wide array of genres for just one release. Disc 1 is compiled and mixed by Ben Sowton; much of it is trancey and falls pretty firmly on the more commercial side of dance music. Disc 2 on the other hand (compiled and mixed by Martin Brodin) starts off with Marshall Jefferson vs. Noosa Heads’ “Mushrooms.” The first track sets the table for Theo Parrish’s “Falling Up” (Carl Craig Mix). Other tracks featured here include Kerri Chandler’s “Bar A Thym,” “He Is” (Copyright featuring Song Williamson, Ferrer and Sydenham Inc Vox Mix). It’s a pretty decent House mix. If you’re a fan of both trance and House Music this is probably a pretty good set to pick up.
After Disclosure sampled a rare track of his for "Bang That," Detroit's Filthiest took advantage of the spotlight to release a stunning series of tracks that are leaving people breathless. Tristan Dominguez talks to Detroit's Filthiest aka DJ Nasty about these records & all the others.