New Movement #18 – Redhot – New Underground Garage & Bass (2016)

New Movement #18 - Redhot - New Underground Garage & Bass (2016)

New Movement #18 – Redhot – New Underground Garage & Bass (2016)

DJ: Redhot
Genre/Style: UKG, Garage
Mix Info: New Movement #18
Length Mix: 00:45:13
Tracks: 21 (twenty-one)
Download/Listen (via Soundcloud): DOWNLOAD/LISTEN
File Size: 104 MB
File Type: mp3
Bitspeed: 320kbps
More Information: New Movement – Facebook Fanpage

Today is a good day. Even though the weather is quite crappy, the music that comes through my speakers today is good. From nice EDM/Dubstep/Drumstep mix to a very good UKG mix by Redhot. When I spotted this earlier, I immediately downloaded it, burned it onto a disc, and did the cleaning of the house. It made it all much better, and made the minutes fly by! But we can talk for hours about me cleaning the house, but that will become the most uninteresting piece you will ever read, so I will keep this discomfort away from you, and only talk about the music.

I’ve never heard of New Movement nor DJ Redhot, but his mix immediately landed in my top 10 list of 2016. Not heard many UKG mixes lately, don’t know why that is, but when I do receive/look for mixes, they are all great! The mix is just spot on, the tunes aren’t boring, Redhot’s mixing is just spot on, and it will brighten your weekend (depending on when you are playing it obviously).

I wasn’t expecting this mix to be this dope, but it clearly was. I felt like cruising down North London with my pimp Volvo S40, windows down, factory standard speaking on loud, and looking cool. This is the perfect mix to enjoy whilst driving. Or doing some housework. Or literally whenever. You can appreciate this whilst making love, or baking a cake, or whatever!


01. Redhot – Intro No. 3
02. Moony – Routine
03. Atumpan feat Paigey Cakey – Watch Nobody (B1G Proj3ct Remix) 
04. EI-B – In That Attitude
05. Oscar Luweez – On & Off (Moony Remix) 
06. Jess Agombar – Tuesday’s Love (Solo Suspex Remix) 
07. Flava D – Wheels
08. Champion & Mele – Get Down (SBB Re-arranged Edit) 
09. Smokey Bubblin’ B – Beezledub
10. Moony – Without You
11. M.O.A.D. – The Cure & The Cause
12. Champion – Chrome
13. Bad Habit feat Leighanna – Talk To You
14. M.D.P. – 2Am
15. Barny Rubble – Umatic
16. M.O.A.D. – War Dub
17. Smokey Bubblin’ B – License
18. Ralston – Roots
19. Champion – Gunshot
20. Doctor Nick – Tell Me
21. Redhot – Intro No. 1

When you press ‘play’ on Soundcloud or whatever you are about to listen to this on, you will not notice the outside world flying by! These 45 minutes of UKG madness will fly pass, and you won’t notice. This will make you go into your comfort zone, and you will feel dreadful the second this mix ends. I really wanted it to go on for hours and hours.

Redhot has picked quite a lot of amazing tunes, and mixes them together nicely, flawless and errorless. A mix like this one does light my UKG spark again, and has caused me to dig through my collection, getting out the old classic anthem compilations. I need more UKG!

New Movement/Redhot’s mix is seriously dope, and insanely good! This brought a smile on my face. This mix proves to me that UKG is timeless: this sounds as cool and dope as the early stuff, and yet it’s brand new!

Credits for this awesome mix. I can not pick one favourite records, because they are all ace! Redhot, your mix is truly red HOT!


DJ Q Mix For The Blast (2012)


Genre/Style: Bassline House, Garage, 4×4, UK Garage
Mix Info: DJ Q Mix For The Blast (2012)
Length Mix: 00:34:34
Tracks: 20 (twenty)
Download/Listen (via Soundcloud): DOWNLOAD/LISTEN HERE
File Size: 39.5 MB
File Type: mp3
Bitspeed: 160kbps
More Information: DJ Q – Facebook Fanpage

It’s been quite some time since I last heard and reviewed a DJ Q mix, it must have been at least a year ago! The world wide web offers everything for us music lovers, and after browsing for minutes (not hours), I found an old mix, made by DJ Q, a mix he made for Blast back in 2012. This was a promo mix for an event which was held on the 7th of December 2012, and it’s a free download, so if you were looking for an excellent mix filled with Bassline and 4×4 tunes, don’t look no further, this is the mix you were looking for! It’s made by DJ Q for God’s sake!

DJ Q is a legend. A world famous DJ and producer who has inspired many up and coming artists, and he gave us hours of excellent music when he had his own show on BBC Radio 1, Back in 2004 he was given the opportunity to showcase his strength, and immediately became the youngest DJ at 1Xtra, hosting his own show for many years. He changed radio stations and now he’s a resident DJ on Ministry Of Sound Radio, with his monthly show. This man did not just play live on the air, he also played all over the world, from Russia to America, from the Netherlands to Italy, he has seen the world and played in front of thousands of people. He also releases amazing tunes, and his most famous track ever (alongside MC Bonez) hit the UK charts back in 2008, the track I’m talking about is ‘You Wot’.

After discovering Bassline music back in 2008, I looked on the web for music, and was drawn towards DJ Q’s radio show on BBC 1Xtra. His shows always entertained me a lot, and from that moment on I became addicted to DJ Q. Not like a drug addict, but more like a music freak. He gave Bassline music a platform, and people seemed to love his enthusiasm and passion for the music. The fans reaction to his music inspired him to release his debut album back in 2013,  called ‘Ineffable’, which received mixed reviews. Maybe it’s a review I might do in the near future (if there are still copies left?)? This man has given his all to the UK Garage scene, and when the people at Blast asked him to make a promo mix, they didn’t knew that he was going to send them a fanf**kingtastic mix back! The result is astonishing, beautiful from the beginning to the end. From oldskool Bassline tunes to brandspanking new tunes to his own productions, it’s all in here. (when I say brandspanking new… it was new back in 2012, now it’s 2 years old).

Want to see the tracklist?


01. DJ Q – Armagideon
02. Donkey Punch – Snapbacks And Tattoos
03. Roses Gabor – Stars
04. Redlight – Basscone
05. Spooky – Baby
06. Julio Bashmore – Au Seve
07. Tulisa – Sight Of You (TS7 Remix) 
08. Burgaboy – You’re Gonna Love Me
09. Indo – R U Sleeping (Todd Edwards Remix) 
10. TS7 – Strobe
11. Artful Dodger – Please Don’t Turn Me On (Disclosure Remix) 
12. Preditah – Germs
13. DJ Q – Cross It
14. Virgo – Hypnotic
15. Rudekid – Summer
16. Victor Romeo – Inside You
17. Medlar – Onwards
18. DJ Q vs Rosie Gains – Closer Than Close
19. DJ Fabion – Retro Bass
20. Van She – Jamaica (Riva Starr Remix) 

The tracklist is gorgeous. The perfect mix to start your weekend with, isn’t it? Yes, I know the mix is 2 years old, but who cares? Not me. Just press download, and spread the word, love the music. Praise the legend for his passion and enthusiasm, because it’s quite addictive. This mix makes me want to dig out a few old UK Garage CDs and wake up the whole neighbourhood. Why? Because I can.

The people at Blast didn’t knew they would receive such an excellent mix. The quality is immense, tune after tune. There’s no way of stopping DJ Q, when he’s behind the decks. The mix is flawless, and diverse as well. From calm and emotional tunes to the darker stuff, bass filled tunes, this mix has got everything.

DJ Q is a legend, and he knows it. This mix is yet another reason why we think that he’s UKG’s finest DJ. So damn good, it’s really hard to pick a favourite track because he has chosen only the finest tunes out there (back in 2012), and the result is beautiful. I simply can’t pick one track, because this whole mix is just too damn good. An excellent mix, probably DJ Q’s finest mix.

Excellent mix made by DJ Q. He never disappoints, he never lets us down. Only one score for a wicked mix!