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Feb 2012
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Disco Demons Guest Mix II : CLOCKWORK

February has come – and it’s colder than ever: time for another Disco Demons Guest Mix to shake off the cold! After a great start into this series of exclusive guest mixes (mainly thanks to my man Attaque) it’s time for the second episode now!

This month’s mixtape is brought to you by an artist who has been a regular name on this blog from day zero until now, an artist whose tunes I’ve been dropping regularly in my DJ sets as secret peak-time weapons: Clockwork, 20 years young, based out in Los Angeles, currently one of the fastest rising names in electronic dance music. After having been all over the music blogosphere for some years, he recently got massive attention from the likes of Steve Aoki and Felix Cartal, resulting in a mind blowing EP soon to be out on Dim Mak Records. Most definitely one of the names to keep an eye on in 2012 – preferably from a safe distance.

Clockwork – Wind It Up (Disco Demons Guest Mix II) by Discodemons on Mixcloud

[Tracklist after the jump]

1. Clockwork Intro
2. Sex, Drugs, Rock N Roll (Instrumental Mix)- Tommy Trash
3. Dutchness (Moska Remix)- Mata
4. Mr. Pink (Clockwork Edit)- Clouds
5. Dynamite (Nicky Romero Remix) (Clockwork Edit) – Sidney Samson Ft. Tara McDonald
6. Original Don (La Sape Remix)- Major Lazor
7. Traffic (Original Mix)- NT89 & Burns
8. Crush On You (GTA x LA Riots Remix) (Clockwork’s ‘Crushing’ Edit)
9. Up All Night (Botnek Remix)- Buraka Som Sistema
10. Emergency (Clockwork Remix)- Steve Aoki Ft. Chiddy Bang & Lil’ Jon
11. Be Strong (The Loops of Fury Mix)- Elite Force
12. Polis (Kid Kaio Remix)- Surfing Leons
13. Squad Up (Original Mix)- Clockwork w/ Hello (Acapella)- Martin Solveig & Dragonette
13. Ivory (Original Mix)- Congorock
14. Yo! (Original Mix)- Nom De Strip & Bones
15. XXXX- XXXXXXXXXX
16. Original Don (Flosstradamus Remix)- Major Lazer


The Disco Demons Guest Mixes are a series of exclusive mixtapes, handcrafted by artists that I’ve blogged about a lot, artists that have influenced me as a DJ, artists whose music I simply love.


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