Dancefloor Fillers – Summer 2015

Dancefloor Fillers - Summer 2015If you need a break from my usual indie, post-punk, shoegaze and goth mixes, check out this one-hour dance mix featuring dubstep, drum & bass and drumstep remixes of tracks by Pixies, The Verve, Oasis, Imagine Dragons, Foster The People, Depeche Mode, New Order and the like…

Track listing

  1. Gotye feat. Kimbra – Somebody That I Used To Know (KDrew Remix)
  2. Mr. Welch – Want You Here
  3. Cypress Hill feat. Rusko – Roll It, Light It
  4. Dub-Boro – Get Down
  5. Korn feat. Skrillex – Get Up
  6. Disturbed – Down With The Sickness (Ruben K Remix)
  7. Desembra – 2k
  8. Knife Party – Give It Up
  9. Knife Party – Bonfire
  10. Pendulum – Tarantula
  11. The Prodigy – Voodoo People (Pendulum vs UK Apache Remix)
  12. DJ Schmolli – Further Shit
  13. Matrix & Futurebound – Glow Worm
  14. Imagine Dragons – Radioactive (Neu KatalYst DnB Remix)
  15. The Verve – Bitter Sweet Symphony (Cornandbeans Remix)
  16. Oasis – Wonderwall (Drum & Bass remix)
  17. Deekline & Ed Solo – King of The Bongo
  18. Ed Solo & Deekline – Ragga Tip (Walk & Skank)
  19. Ed Solo & Deekline feat. Gala Orsborn – No No No
  20. Max Romeo – Chase The Devil (Benny Page Remix)
  21. Candy – Guns Of Brooklyn
  22. Pixies – Where Is My Mind (Bassnectar Remix)
  23. Skism and DC Breaks feat. Dee Freer – Killer (Tantrum Desire Remix)
  24. Rusko – Cockney Thug
  25. Zomby – Spliff Dub (Sukh Knight Remix)
  26. Chase & Status Feat. Liam Bailey – Blind Faith
  27. Aloe Blacc – I Need A Dollar (The Killabits Remix)
  28. Mt Eden – Sierre Leone (Getter Remix)
  29. Skrillex – Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites
  30. Foster The People – Pumped Up Kicks (Butch Clancy Remix)
  31. Bloodhound Gang – The Bad Touch (Prime Remix)
  32. Bynar – Someone Like Jesus
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