Welcome to Part 2 of my Throwback Thursday series of posts where I’m delving into the archives of my old DJ sets!

There are a fair few sets to listen to for free on Mixcloud featuring a range of styles from drum and bass, house, techno, trance and ambient, to electropop, cheese, party, pop, trash with some drag themed sets, kiki themed sets and a mish mash of musical fuckery!

Following from The Random Selection Vol. 1 last week, I thought I’d go through them in chronological order, so this week it’s the Random Selection Vol.2!

An electronic – trance – house flavoured mix originally released way back in 2012, the 25 minute mix features Skream’s Remix of La Roux’s In For The Kill mashed up with Heads Will Roll from Yeah Yeah Yeah’s, A City In Florida by Deadmau5, Avicii’s interpretation of Eurythmics Sweet Dreams, Axwell’s Heart Is King, Erick Morillo’s Live Your Life, The Lee Osborne remix of Deadmau5’s Raise Your Weapon and Above and Beyond’s Sweetest Heart before the grand finale of seminal trance anthem, Silence, by Delirium and Sarah McLachlan.

The mix is available on Mixcloud if you wanna give it a listen via the official app, or give it a spin, like and share by hitting play on the player below!

About johnmcblain

Scottish Musician, Artist and Lecturer in Music & Sound Production.

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  1. […] series of posts where I delve into the archives of my old DJ sets! Following on from Volume 1 and Volume 2, The Random Selection Vol.3 is the final set in this trio of mixes from way back in 2012!  A mini […]


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