- James Egbert & Schoolboy – All Systems Go (Original Mix)
- James Egbert & Alex Mind – Ghost Machine (Original Mix)
- James Egbert & Ecotek – Alex & Vicki’s Journey (Original Mix)
- James Egbert – Back To New (Original Mix)
- James Egbert – You Got Me (Original Mix)
- James Egbert – Legion (Original Mix)
- James Egbert – Blackhawk (Original Mix)
- James Egbert – Chopper (Original Mix)
- Busta Rhymes – Break Ya Neck (James Egbert Remix)
- LAZRtag – Jump (James Egbert Remix)
- Far East Movement – Dirty Bass (James Egbert Remix)
- Earth, Wind, & Fire – September (James Egbert Remix)
- James Egbert vs. Skrillex – Isle Of Capri With You Friends (James Egbert Mashup)
- Will. I. Am Feat. Eva Simons – This Is Love (James Egbert Remix)
- Eva Simons – Renegade (James Egbert Remix)
Let’s face it — it’s become a sort of standard practice for todays DJs to play a lot of the same records in their live sets. However, there are still a handful artists who refuse to conform, and Denver-native James Egbert is one of them. He’s behind the decks for Episode 37 of Axis, and we’re definitely excited to have him. For more, including a full tracklist, jump past the break.
With a lengthy catalog of meticulously produced electro and dubstep originals, and a number of remixes for mainstream artists including Will. I. Am, Eva Simmons, and the Far East Movement, James’ live performances showcase his versatility as both a producer and a DJ. His sets flow seamlessly across genres, spanning from midtempo to drum and bass, yet, he is able to stick to his unique sound by playing exclusively his own material.
James is kicking off his Dancing Astronaut Radio debut with the world premier of “All Systems Go,” his collaboration with Schoolboy, and is also debuting “Alex & Vicki’s Journey” which he produced with Ecotek. Also featured are his remixes of Earth, Wind, & Fire’s “September,” Busta Rhymes’ “Break Ya Neck,” and Will. I. Am’s “This Is Love.” Consider yourself warned: this episode is definitely one of our more bass-heavy to date.
For the West Coasters, you can catch James live at Volume in Seattle this Saturday, and at the Avalon with Project 46 and Cazzette, February 8th.
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