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Boomtick Podcast 10 Edition Pt 3 feat Micah's Soul of Man warm up mix

Boomtick Events on November 29, 2012 03:33

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    We’re celebrating a massive milestone with three of our OG residents, Micah, Ben Mac and Wish.

    If you’ve been an Ambar regular over the last 10 years, you’ve rocked out ''till the early morning with these boys on the 1’s & 2’s. Starting as residents back in 2002, they've helped shape the culture and sound of Ambar over the past decade with their individual sounds and personalities becoming core components of the family that surrounds the club and makes it the place that special in so many people’s hearts.

    So now on the Boomtick Podcast we look back over the past 10 years with 3 DJ sets from days gone by that were special to the guys and worth sharing with you all again.

    First up we have a mix from Ben Mac, Rough and Raw, this was recorded in Ben Mac’s bedroom in 2001 on cassette tape no less, Ben’s digitized it and put it down for you all to enjoy! Packed full of Ben’s trademark house sound with smatterings of breakbeat, cast your mind back to 2001 and enjoy Ben Mac’s Rough and Raw mix!

    Next up we have a mix from Ambar’s closing set master, Wish. Known for taking things in more of a tech funk direction, Wish regularly brought the place to a close with style taking things in a deeper dirtier direction. His Soul Shaker mix was a massively popular CD that was passed from punter to punter around the club. Packed full of tech delights, it’s time to get dirty with Wish.

    Finally we close out this special Boomtick Podcast with a mix from Ambar’s main man Micah. This mix was recorded live at the club in 2003 when he warmed up for Soul of Man. It was a pivotal moment for Micah as it was the general consensus that he blew Soul of Man out of the water, hence this mix becoming known as the More Micah than Soul of Man mix. So prepare to shake ya rump cos this mix is pure party!


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