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2. Alan Fitzpatrick - For An Endless Night (Jel Ford Remix) - Drumcode - DC140

  • Published: 2015-04-13T11:25:39Z
  • By Drumcode
Alan Fitzpatrick - For An Endless Night (Jel Ford Remix) - Drumcode - DC140

A great philosopher (Samuel Johnson, not Ebeneezer Goode) once wrote… “our brightest blazes of gladness are commonly kindled by unexpected sparks”. While it would be a stretch to suggest the Drumcode artist roster are closet philosophy fans, once one begins to unravel the tale that led to Jel Ford remixing the 2012 Alan Fitzpatrick hit ‘For An Endless Night’ and it is impossible to escape the unexpected enterprise and spirit of surprise that are at the heart of this exciting collaboration. As fans of Adam Beyer’s label will testify, the two Drumcode names have more in common than just a label stable, they also share common ground with the peak-time melodic sound that has delivered many of the labels most memorable output. Ford being a much more recent addition than Fitzpatrick, whose history with the seminal Swedish imprint stretches back to 2009, however Ford’s history within techno goes back even further having released multiple EP’s through the early noughties on vintage UK techno labels including Dave Angel’s Rotation Records, Billy Nasty’s Tortured Records, Primate Recordings and Ford’s own Jericho imprint. It is within this shared passion for uplifting synths and big room melodies that the ‘unexpected spark’ of creativity that led to Ford remixing Fitzpatrick can be found. An long-time admirer of Fitzpatrick’s work, Ford had developed an idea for his alternative version and secretly worked on the remix long before any discussion of the project had taken place. Once given the draft version, Fitzpatrick immediately endorsed the remix, excited to have an updated version to breath new life into what had become a familiar staple of his sets for the past two years. Parts were swapped and the end result being the barnstorming end-of-night monster presented here. A track that will be familiar with many having been the subject of much social-media furor since it first surfaced back in Autumn 2014.

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4. DC140 For An Endless Night (Jel Ford Remix)[Drumcode]

DC140 For An Endless Night (Jel Ford Remix)[Drumcode]

A great philosopher (Samuel Johnson, not Ebeneezer Goode) once wrote… “our brightest blazes of gladness are commonly kindled by unexpected sparks”. While it would be a stretch to suggest the Drumcode artist roster are closet philosophy fans, once one begins to unravel the tale that led to Jel Ford remixing the 2012 Alan Fitzpatrick hit ‘For An Endless Night’ and it is impossible to escape the unexpected enterprise and spirit of surprise that are at the heart of this exciting collaboration. As fans of Adam Beyer’s label will testify, the two Drumcode names have more in common than just a label stable, they also share common ground with the peak-time melodic sound that has delivered many of the labels most memorable output. Ford being a much more recent addition than Fitzpatrick, whose history with the seminal Swedish imprint stretches back to 2009, however Ford’s history within techno goes back even further having released multiple EP’s through the early noughties on vintage UK techno labels including Dave Angel’s Rotation Records, Billy Nasty’s Tortured Records, Primate Recordings and Ford’s own Jericho imprint. It is within this shared passion for uplifting synths and big room melodies that the ‘unexpected spark’ of creativity that led to Ford remixing Fitzpatrick can be found. An long-time admirer of Fitzpatrick’s work, Ford had developed an idea for his alternative version and secretly worked on the remix long before any discussion of the project had taken place. Once given the draft version, Fitzpatrick immediately endorsed the remix, excited to have an updated version to breath new life into what had become a familiar staple of his sets for the past two years. Parts were swapped and the end result being the barnstorming end-of-night monster presented here. A track that will be familiar with many having been the subject of much social-media furor since it first surfaced back in Autumn 2014.

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5. 2018 This Is Soca Sampler | DJ JEL & Live Love Soca "2018 Soca Mix"

  • Published: 2017-12-18T00:58:25Z
  • By DJ JEL
2018 This Is Soca Sampler | DJ JEL & Live Love Soca

Tracklist: http://bit.ly/2018JELSocaSampler Short season but plenty vibes. A preview into the early soca hits for 2018 Trinidad & Tobago Carnival. Features music from LFS Music, Destra, Machel, Kes, Patrice Roberts, Rikki Jai and more

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6. Jel Ford - Backyard - Drumcode - DC133

  • Published: 2014-10-01T12:54:48Z
  • By Drumcode
Jel Ford - Backyard - Drumcode - DC133

Jel Ford kicks off his return EP with two tracks of clean big room techno. The title track ‘Backyard’ is a moody affair with a low drone throughout that is complimented with layered synth stabs. Using reverb to create atmosphere within the track it subtly breaks down before a vocal hook transcends the track to deliver a killer blow. ‘Meeting of Minds’ is dubbier and uses a tripped out synth to add rhythm whilst working alongside a synth pattern to keep the track chugging along. The slow evolving pads add texture and keep the track nicely filled out whilst this timeless classic keeps on giving.

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7. Jel Ford - Overcast - Drumcode - DC145

  • Published: 2015-08-05T12:29:42Z
  • By Drumcode
Jel Ford - Overcast - Drumcode - DC145

Jel Ford returns to Drumcode after his highly anticipated remix of Alan Fitzpatrick’s ‘For An Endless Night’. Ford laces his three electrifying, new original tracks with a high energy that are guaranteed to get any dance floor rocking. Heavily featuring on Adam Beyer’s Drumcode radio both ‘Red Mist’ and ‘Overcast’ have gained heavy support from DJ’s and fans alike. ‘Ode To Basement’ is an end of night smasher that will make everyone melt into the ground as it is caressed out of the sound system.

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9. DJ JEL PRESENTS | 2016 DANCEHALL/REGGAE START UP

  • Published: 2016-04-11T11:17:57Z
  • By DJ JEL
DJ JEL PRESENTS | 2016 DANCEHALL/REGGAE START UP

http://bit.ly/2016JELDANCEHALLMIX Early 2016 Dancehall and Reggae starts blazing up the Caribbean including radio and party play from Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, St. Vincent & Barbados.

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10. Jel Ford - Ode To Basement - Drumcode - DC145

  • Published: 2015-08-05T12:29:41Z
  • By Drumcode
Jel Ford - Ode To Basement - Drumcode - DC145

Jel Ford returns to Drumcode after his highly anticipated remix of Alan Fitzpatrick’s ‘For An Endless Night’. Ford laces his three electrifying, new original tracks with a high energy that are guaranteed to get any dance floor rocking. Heavily featuring on Adam Beyer’s Drumcode radio both ‘Red Mist’ and ‘Overcast’ have gained heavy support from DJ’s and fans alike. ‘Ode To Basement’ is an end of night smasher that will make everyone melt into the ground as it is caressed out of the sound system.

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11. 2018 Soca Take Over (Tunes To Know Before You Land)

  • Published: 2018-01-29T02:56:24Z
  • By DJ JEL
2018 Soca Take Over (Tunes To Know Before You Land)

Tracklist & DL: http://bit.ly/2018SOCATAKEOVER The tunes you need to know before you land in T&T for carnival. Includes soca with a dash of chutney as well as tunes the soca mafia doesn't want you to hear.

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