Some Domu Mixtapes

Domu has posted some mixtapes on his blog, which can be downloaded as long as SendSpace can offer the files.

Dominic Stanton

I am going to include a couple of treats in this one though, in the vain hope that the net nerdy among you will spread it around the message boards and forums I know nothing about these days, and generate some new traffic onto the site. Some of you may remember the old Dom-unique site from which I gave free monthly mixes, many years ago, pre dating many DJs, clubs and fan web sites giving out podcasts. They were popular mixes, often being downloaded in there thousands, which led to the start of Treble O. Myself and Shifty thought thus: if 4000 people look at these pages a month to get a free mix, would a quarter of them pay for it? Or would all those that had received free mixes every month for two or three years feel obliged to start buying music from the people that had provided that service? The answer was of course no, but it was a reasonably painless experiment. In any case Treble O is still here, and after a stressful year and with more big changes to come, I thought I would give all those that have stayed in to support us some free mixes. One of the files is big and I did it on sendspace so you may have to try a few times to get it. So here is a two and a half hour live set from Osaka, Japan, recorded at Freedom Time with Yoshihiro Okino from Kyoto Jazz Massive, and a recent radio mix I did for Kev Beadle on Solar Radio. Also included separately is another radio mix, this time for the Future Boogie crew, which aired on Kiss (for the West of England only) last Sunday, the 24th of August 2008.

So far I only peeped two of the mixes, which are more on a house-tip.

Published on October 11, 2008

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