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1. Volbeat & Johnny Cash - Sad Man's Blues (DJ L33 R.A.H. Mix)

  • Published: 2015-09-02T09:09:43+00:00
  • Duration: 276
  • By DJ L33
Volbeat & Johnny Cash - Sad Man's Blues (DJ L33 R.A.H. Mix)

This is my remix of the song Sad Man's Tongue by Volbeat. I felt it was such an amazing tribute to Johnny Cash, that I had to make the two artists come together in a virtual world. This is the remix that I finished today (September 2nd, 2015). I named this remix the "R.A.H." mix after my Father who recently departed from cancer before his time. He was a huge Johnny Cash fan. He would have been so happy to hear Volbeat's tribute to Johnny, and also the inclusion of Cash in this remix, so as to reach young listeners and keep the great old Western singer's legacy alive. I nearly drove off the road when I was listening to Sirius XM Octane 37 and this song came on. I was like, "wait, that sounds so familiar....then it hit me, then it kicked in loud....and I almost drove off the road slamming my hands to the beat on the steering wheel. Even though this mix would have been a bit loud for my Dad's preferences, he would have reallly enjoyed seeing and hearing this. Thank you Volbeat for making such a great song, and thank you Johnny Cash for being the only Man In Black. This is my first remix since taking a break from music after the Lost Boys Part 2 soundtrack. My moniker is now DJL33, (DJ Lee, but backwards E's are 3's). Hopefully this is the start of getting back into the music scene after a few years hiatus. No money is being made by this remix video. No one may sell this, nor use my remix efforts. This is merely my personal promotion, and example of my skills for use in pursuing a resurgent music career. Please buy the song by Volbeat - Sad Man's Tongue, and Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues (Elements of both the studio and live version are in my remix). However the STEREO clips you hear of Cash's song are not for sale. Those are from my personal library of old Mono to Stereo remasters I have done. There is also an audio clip from Johnny Cash - A Boy Named Sue mixed in. R.I.P. Johnny Cash, and my Dad, Robert Hastings. Till we meet again! Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."

2. Metallica & Kid Rock & Avenged Sevenfold - This Means Bad Ass (Sad But DJ L33 Mix)

  • Published: 2015-09-06T19:31:32+00:00
  • Duration: 391
  • By DJ L33
Metallica & Kid Rock & Avenged Sevenfold - This Means Bad Ass (Sad But DJ L33 Mix)

***audio goes a tiny bit out of of sync near the end. Fault of the online processing. It doesn't do that on my end. I might try re-uploading this again later. This is my remix of Avenged Sevenfold's song "This Means War." The minute I heard it on Octane Sirius XM I could hear the Metallica influence on it. Love this song. I have pretty reliable pitch memory as well, so driving home months ago, I remembered thinking, I need to mix this up! How could you stop there though? Kid Rock, the amazing local legend who "Put Dee-Troit City back on the map!" paid homage to Sad But True a few years ago. This had to be included. It took me 3 days to create the audio remix and the video remix but it was worth every second. 3 great songs in one! If there's one thing I can tell you, all 3 bands play in real time, and aren't using computers. Exact metronome is of no use to mix these tracks. I had to go through every bar of music and line things up. I think the new chorus with Avenged Sevenfold and Metallica playing together sounds amazing. The video is about war, so I also included footage from Metallica's song "One." Footage of the nurse at the end of the video is to the beat, and in chronological order, telling the story of her mercy on the vegetated soldier from the "One" video. The beginning into clip of Kid Rock talking has a bell sound in it, which is soon followed up in the audio mix by the bell from "For Whom The Bell Tolls." Parts of the video, you will notice it actually looks like James Hetfield (Metallica) is singing the Avenged Sevenfold track for a bit! The two bands guitar solo at the same time, with video footage of both! Not an easy feat. Many times I have broken out my instruments to make a mix, but this one is all original audio by all three bands. Even the section where it gets quiet while Metallica is singing "I'm your PAAAIIIIN!" while the one footage is playing; is filtered sections of the 3 bands. The Kid Rock "American Bad Ass" section you will notice sounds much clearer. That is because the original mix you buy on CD sampled Metallica in MONO. I filtered out most of it and re-synced the Metallica sections over-top in stereo. That was a ton of work! No computer metronome, just lining up hundreds of beats and bars and finding where the samples came from in "Sad But True." I also mixed a small loop at the end of the video, that I think I may use as my video "signature" on future mix pieces since the "Kid" is from Detroit, and I'd love to help put Detroit (Windsor) back on the map even more one day! This is my second remix since taking a break from music after the Lost Boys Part 2 soundtrack. My moniker is now DJL33, (DJ Lee, but backwards E's are 3's). Hopefully this is the start of getting back into the music scene after a few years hiatus. No money is being made by this remix video. No one may sell this, nor use my remix efforts. This is merely my personal promotion, and example of my skills for use in pursuing a resurgent music career, and also in hopes to make connections to work in the music field again! Contact me. My own music project should be starting someday soon once the online radio station re-launches with new website and slight genre modifications. Sunday, September 6th, 2015 Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."

3. G Tom Mac & DJ L33 - Cry Little Sister (EFR Tribe Version)

  • Published: 2015-09-18T07:12:12+00:00
  • Duration: 392
  • By DJ L33
G Tom Mac & DJ L33 - Cry Little Sister (EFR Tribe Version)

This is one of the best moments of my entire life thus far, recreating this legendary cult classic song from The Lost Boys movie with Gerard McMann for what was the much anticipated Lost Boys: The Tribe (Part 2) that was made in 2008. I was honored when I got the call from the man himself, and was asked to make a new version of the song with him. I might be a little verbose in the description of this particular song, but I promise (those of you who don't mind reading more than a Twitter's length of characters) it will be worth the read! To preface, what you are listening to here is a new version of a song that was originally released in the late 1980's as the theme track to the motion picture The Lost Boys (vampire movie starring Corey Haim, Corey Feldman and Keifer Sutherland). We recorded this version of the song in 2008 for the Lost Boys: The Tribe blu-ray and DVD. It was created with vocals by Gerard McMann (who also sang the original version) and the instrumentation, production and mastering by me; DJ L33. The blu-ray lists me as DJ Lee since that's how I was known at the time, but I now spell it DJ L33. It's pronounced the same but the 3's represent backward E's like the second N in Nine Inch Nails -NIN-. Too many people were using the name DJ Lee). It took me quite a long time to start out with just raw vocals, and create a new industrial take on the old song. I wanted to stay true to the original, since it's such an iconic track, but yet edgy, harder and modern. I tried to tap into a bit of the Trent Reznor that also lives inside my head. The final product speaks for itself. What you are watching is my video remix that I just completed today. It took me a week to create. In 2008 a video was shot by G Tom Mac (A band of which Gerard McMann is the lead vocalist of). I was invited to be in the video, but after working on this track for such a long period of time, and the videotaping falling on March Break (which I already had paid reservations for in Key West), I didn't make it out to the shoot. In hindsight I regret that immensely. It would have been one of those 'once-in-a-lifetime-experiences.' I was so tired though. I was really pushing myself at that time, doing too many things at once. Shortly thereafter I became busy in other things in my life, but as of this month am launching back into the scene. So what you are watching a new version of the music video that appears on the Lost Boys: The Tribe blu-ray and DVD. I have mixed the video around the full length version of the audio track we created (different from the one that appears on the movie disc). Also this new video mix includes footage from the movie disc the original music video appears on. The amount of work was quite overwhelming, but I was determined. I enjoyed the music video when it came on the blu-ray, but the movie's distribution itself and the resulting exposure to the track did not go where we had hoped it would. We were so excited at the thought of a new Lost Boys movie, and that Corey Feldman would return, with a cameo at the end by Corey Haim, foreshadowing what may have been a return to an epic Part 3 with the two Coreys on board. Unfortunately Corey Haim died not long after this movie was released, quashing those dreams. ABOUT THE VIDEO: Some of the transitions, and effects took me hours to make mere seconds. A lot was done manually, everything in sync with the beat, video segments trying to pertain to the lyrics being sung at that moment, characters used in the music video tied into a storyline with the characters from the movie footage and on and on. The actual storyline in this version of the music video is different from that in the Lost Boys: The Tribe film. I figured with the song being such a cult classic, I would let the vampire live. In this video, the vampire does not get killed at the end, but rather the fight that ensues in the movie before his near demise, is only halfway through this video mix. The vampire wins that fight and the hero runs off, licking his wounds. The vampire then continues his romance with his new found love. That is NOT what happens in the movie! I then ended the video with a little tribute to Corey Haim R.I.P. -IN DEPTH VIDEO RUNDOWN- You will notice the video starts with a pretty orange Pacific Ocean sunset. The characters on the beach running under the pier are from the original music video we released in 2008, but the guy sitting on top of the pier is the main character of the movie! Separate footage that looks like it’s meant to be together. That’s the approach I tried to take throughout. Also I made the sun go down quickly, and the scenes from the 11 second to 30 second mark all look like they're at night. They were NOT night time shots however. That is all post editing. Also notice through the video, whether it be the girl's shoulders shrugging in the shower, or someone kicking their instrument on stage or quick rhythmic vibrations to the camera as the chorus gets loud or someone riding a motorcycle with stuttering effects, everything is in sync with the beat. At the 35 second mark you will notice that there is a "Missing" poster on a wall with someone in it, followed by a quick stuttered shot of a longer haired guy immediately after. The Missing poster is from the movie. The character with long hair is from the original music video. At quick glance they appear to be the same person. They aren't however, but my intent is to make it appear so. Therefore the group this character hangs out with from the original music video, gets tied in with the actual footage from the movie. There was a LOT of thought put into this video remix, let alone work. However I am very proud of the audio track itself, and I wanted the video to be larger than life like the videos of the era the original Lost Boys movie came from, plus Gerard McMann sang his heart out trying to put an industrial modern edge on what was once a much slower menacing 80's gothic cult-classic track, and I worked my ass off imagining arrangements, playing instruments, producing and mastering this thing. I wanted the video to live up to what I feel is a stunning industrial recreation. Also the first Lost Boys movie is legendary, so I tried only to include parts from Part 2 that not only told a story, but visually looked like they might be from Part 1! It feels very familiar watching this music video, if you're a diehard of the original movie like I am. From the 51-55 second mark, the screen takes a "fish-eye" look and then morphs around behind Gerard singing. It gives you the feeling of BEING THE BAT, looking at the band playing and then flying in from behind. At 1: 03 the girl that was turning into a vampire puts her hand up to a mirror and sees nothing. However in the movie, the mirror footage is actually of the main character's sister, not his new love interest with bat wings. I cropped and panned the sister out, and diluted the colors down to blue. The chorus starts at 1:08 and you can see the camera shake with every bass drum kick. That was all edited by me for this new video mix version, to make it feel more intense than the verse. You will also notice the girl dancing to the song, and the band fading in and out between the movements of her hips. 1:38 incorporates a few little beeps from the movie, some stuttering effects in the movie re-synced to the song, and some of my original special effects. The girl sees red as she drinks a flask of vampire blood. Later in the 2nd verse you see the main character getting sleepy. The song talks about temptation and he dreams of two women holding each others in a loving / but evil looking embrace. With the effect I put on them, you might think it was a dream portion from the movie, but they are characters from the original music video. Around the 2:08 mark you will notice there are skateboard ramps where the main character is walking. Suddenly there are skateboarders jumping off the stage in the music video. This is all in sync. Also notice shortly into that scene, some BMX tricks are being shown, and then a shot from the movie with the main vampire doing stunt moves on his motorcycle. Then watch 2:23 as you are led down the cave. I dissolve that scene with only the flames visible and blackness into the hallway leading up to the main villain's bedroom. The movie speeds it along as if you are a bat flying. That's why I used the round fisheye effect when you see G Tom Mac playing in the middle of the scene for a couple seconds. It's how that fast flying bat would see it. At 2:32 I turned the vampire’s face into art, almost made of lights. Then the next thing you see is the battle. The villain flies down from his lair, and the camera lurches the speed to the beat. A fight ensues and every crash, punch and thud falls in sync with the music. In the actual movie, the main character and his sister defeat the villain and he dies a fiery impaled death. However in my video mix, the main character gives up and runs off. Around the 3 minute mark took hours and hours. Gerard McMann will appear to fall down from the sky onto the stage and sing. The scene will go from green to red (intense, vampire) back to green again and the video will lurch to the stuttering Charlie Clouser-like (Nine Inch Nails) stuttering sounds in my audio mix. In between the stutters you will notice the main female of the movie in a red jacket. She will morph from normal, into a vampire. The movie never did that, I did that. The shots of the girl as a vampire and as a human are far apart in the film. In fact I had to mirror the image of her as a vampire, lay it over-top of the footage of her as a human, crop and pan it so she lay in the same position on the screen and do transparency and effects. This also left an open gap on the left side of the screen that I had to then figure out how to deal with so there wasn't a bright white stripe. I won't give away how I did it, but it turned out perfectly. Painstaking effort though. Another one of my morphing moments comes at 3:16. I took the footage of the main villain and his woman kissing, and suddenly they become a couple who was kissing in the original version of the music video. That was a lot of work. The whole middle chorus around 3:50 was a lot of effort fading scenes from the movie in and out with G Tom Mac video footage. Around 4:20 it gets smoky. Is that subliminal? LOL! Anyhow I added that smoke to the G Tom Mac footage, and the next cut to movie footage also is very smoky and continues the feeling it was all made at the same time. The new story line I created in my music video mix, shows the vampires getting stronger near the end and doing what they do best as seen around the 4:30 mark. I also created black segments to the beat and broke up the video footage. It gave it a scarier, darker movie meets Nine Inch Nails video effect to it. I enjoy watching that portion a lot! Around 4:45 you notice the vampire taking his prey, and the main vampire in bed with his love. He has a dream, a nightmare. His nightmare is that he falls to the ground in flames. That is why I made his eyes BLUE, as opposed to the orange-red the movie footage had. He was almost fearing as a mortal in his nightmare, which briefly turned his eyes back to blue. You will hear the custom sound of fire (multiple layers I put together) as the body burns. Also notice when the leg drops you can hear the sound of his foot hitting the ground that I placed in there, as well as the sound of the fire spreading down that leg as it hits the ground You will see the burning body from the nightmare for a little while, until I bring smoke into the shot and fade into footage of the characters under the pier from the beginning of the movie. Only they're alive, and it's not night time. That insinuates that they made it through the night. BUT WAIT, who is lying among the mess of limbs, but the main villain and his love. You see him alive and well with his arm around her and his vampire ring on his finger as the music and the video fade out. That means those innocent people from the beginning are still alive, but instead of being prey, are now vampires and part of the villains den. That is why the MISSING poster from the movie footage at the beginning of my video mix was tied in with the long-haired character from the music video. In my video remix, he went missing because he's now a vampire. In the original movie that character is being held hostage to be sacrificed in a vampire ritual. Around the 5:05 mark, I bring in my own FIRE effect over-top of the burning body. Then the Lost Boys: The Tribe logo comes in, followed by some smoke I put in there as it dissolves into my first short tribute to the life of Corey Haim with a moving shot that goes still for impact by my design. That is part of the cameo at the end of the Lost Boys: The Tribe movie. The credits then roll. You will hear the original Gerard McMann version of Cry Little Sister playing in the background. However I extended the mix from what's on the soundtrack of Part 1. Also shots from the Lost Boys: The Tribe are behind the flames. For those who bothered to stick around for it, after the credits roll at 6:25 I show a short dialogue between the 2 Coreys from the cameo at the end of the movie along with a message. I make this segment look like it was shot in the late 70s. The original movie didn't. The final clip shows the vampire eye adjusting between human and bat. I know this was a long read, but it's only touching on a few of the details that I've put into this week long marathon video remix project. I am hoping you will all check out the Lost Boys: The Tribe. If you buy the blu-ray the original music video is in the special features. Also check out G Tom Mac who sang this brilliant song for the original movie, and this version in 2008. Also be sure to check out 99.9 The Electric Front. ( radio. That is my home (DJ L33...formerly DJ Lee). The station will have a new website, new features and the station itself will relaunch with some genre changes. Expect just the best of industrial, electronic, grunge, metal, rock and more. Powerful, electric, dark,'s going to be on The Electric Front. Find G Tom Mac and enjoy his brilliant music at or I hope you all enjoyed this. I wish to thank Gerard McMann and G Tom Mac for the chance to do this with them. Hopefully our paths can cross again soon. Much love to G and Tony. Last Fire Will Rise! See you all in 2016 -DJ L33 September 17th, 2015 PS: If anything in the audio and video look out of sync, it’s not the video itself but either the download stream or the encoding on the host server. The original is 100% in sync and full HD.

4. Def Leppard - Let's Go (DJ L33 Bring Back Mutt Lange Mix)

  • Published: 2015-11-10T01:15:50+00:00
  • Duration: 331
  • By DJ L33
Def Leppard - Let's Go (DJ L33 Bring Back Mutt Lange Mix)

CRANK THIS!!!!! This version should be played on the radio! This is my latest video remix. I thought for the first time since their album Hysteria, a Def Leppard song sounded like something I could mix into something of that caliber. (Promises had potential but was too slow to mix). I feel it turned out sounding like something off of Hysteria, but not quite as loud (but not as soft as Adrenalize). I can only do so much since I am trying to keep the song as true to the original as possible while making it sound as if they recorded it in 1987. You will recognize the Hysteria-ish sounds, samples, drum rolls and new sections I put in. You will even hear one little section from a track from Pyromania. The pitch is a couple steps up, as is the tempo. It gives it the energy of their songs from 1987. I am doing this hopefully to inspire Def Leppard to do as the remix name requests. Def Leppard was magical when they worked with John "Mutt" Lange (producer of Def Leppard, AC/DC, Bryan Adams, Shania Twain, The Cars etc.). Everything up through Hysteria was brilliant. Since then they have changed quite a bit. Guitarist Steve Clark died, and Mutt Lange is not producing them anymore. Sure Steve Clark died, but Vivian C. is no slouch. I wish him to be on a Def Leppard album reminiscent of Hysteria or Pyromania sound. (The man just beat cancer AGAIN. It's the least he's owed!) Rick Allen (drummer) was recently quoted as saying he would like to reunite with Mutt Lange. That would be what's needed to bring them back to the forefront of the music industry, and give them back their energy, polished faster, more aggressive sound, and media madness! Some people like to say Joe Elliot cannot sing like before, that his upper register is shot. I say, if that IS the case, let them work around it in the studio. It took 4 years to make Hysteria. How about use modern technology, and Mutt Lange's influence to adapt the instrumentation around Joe's voice, and use technology to it's full potential. Just one more album that sounds like Hysteria or Pyromania is what most of us have been waiting for since 1990. Hell I'd be happy with just one more song with the balls and production of "Run Riot" or "Don't Shoot Shotgun"! I read online accounts and forums where Def Leppard fans swoon over everything Def. The problem with that, is that it creates an artificial atmosphere that is NOT indicative of the desires of the majority of Def Leppard fans and the listening public. If the internet hoards demand nothing, they will get this constant reinvention of Def's sound with no return to their identity. If you demand nothing, you GET nothing. If you really want Def Leppard to sound the way they did, you MUST DEMAND IT! LET THEM KNOW! That is LOVE, NOT HATE! Sure a band should explore musically, but why not make an album that is half their traditional sound and half new ideas!? Why is it all or nothing? We all want another Hysteria / Pyromania album.....or at least just one song that sounds like it! Come on Lepps, return to the top! DJ L33 November 9th, 2015 Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."

5. Nine Inch Nails vs. Road Hammers - Closer To A Hillbilly (DJ L33 Hammer And Nails Mix)

  • Published: 2015-12-28T06:32:29+00:00
  • Duration: 283
  • By DJ L33
Nine Inch Nails vs. Road Hammers - Closer To A Hillbilly (DJ L33 Hammer And Nails Mix)

This is probably my last mix for 2015. When I heard Hillbilly Highway, I immediately could hear the Nine Inch Nails - Closer influence. I also have pitch memory so I could tell the keys even matched. The tempo was the same, the feel of the drums around the 53 second mark of the original Road Hammers song, through to the break into the chorus etc, and the synthetic sounding bassline along with it's arrangement just screamed NIN to me! Even the ending had a final cling of the guitar that was a little delayed...much like the piano that stops being in sync and slows down at the end of NIN - Closer. When I put them together to mix... I couldn't believe how they flowed. I have incorporated elements of The Road Hammers ft. Colt Ford - Hillbilly Highway as well as Nine Inch Nails - Closer, Nine Inch Nails - Get Down Make Love and one of my earlier mixes Nine Inch Nails - Closer To Getting Down (DJ L33 2005 Mix). The end result is friggan awesome. Detroit City Bound!!! DJ L33 2016. Detroit / Windsor proud!

6. Bad Wolves & The Cranberries - Zombie (DJ L33 Sibul Mix)

  • Published: 2018-10-09T05:52:13+00:00
  • Duration: 377
  • By DJ L33
Bad Wolves & The Cranberries - Zombie (DJ L33 Sibul Mix)

This Duet mix is dedicated to the memory of my departed friend Jim Sibul and his girlfriend Andrea who together left us all on September 30th, 1994 and Dolores O'Riordan who also left us on January 15th, 2018. Depression is REAL! PLEASE help those in need! When I heard the incredible cover Bad Wolves did of this song, and reading about how Dolores ended her life the morning she was set to make this a duet, I had to make this happen! This song always reminded me of when I lost Jim and Andrea since it came out just days before they left us. The term ZOMBIE was a bit spooky as I took apart the audio and the video for the last few days and put them back together into this duet mix. It felt like I was bringing Dolores and Jim and Andrea back the title of the song perhaps. I did my best to make it sound natural and added some instrumentation in parts from the original version. Dolores singing with Bad Wolves was MEANT to be. I saw people requesting it all over the net, and on my fourth attempt at doing it, I got it done! Thank you to The Cranberries for such a powerful protest for peace song and thank you to Bad Wolves for one of the best covers I've ever heard by anyone. Putting Dolores in gold from the original video with clips of the new girl posing as her was eery and beautiful. Enjoy this work of love. -DJ L33 October 8th, 2018

7. The Beach Boys & Mariah Carey - All I Want For Little Saint Nick (DJ L33 2017 Christmas Mix)

  • Published: 2017-12-10T23:16:53+00:00
  • Duration: 254
  • By DJ L33
The Beach Boys & Mariah Carey - All I Want For Little Saint Nick (DJ L33 2017 Christmas Mix)

Merry Christmas everyone. This is my latest remix. This puts together my two favorite Christmas songs; one by The Beach Boys and the other by Mariah Carey. I always felt it sounded like Mariah was doing a tribute to The Beach Boys Christmas song sound, even if the video shows her doing a Supremes style presentation. They also have girls in the background doing the 'Surf Wave' dance. It wasn't a surprise to me that I could put this together. Mariah's song was one step-note higher than The Beach Boys, so I divided the difference and had them meet in the middle so they'd both sound very normal to the ear. Mariah's song is a bit faster, and more of simple 4/4 beat as opposed to the hop-skip surf sound, so I split that difference to and had the beats-per-minute meet in the middle as well. I then took liberties taking apart both songs, into acapellas and instrumentals, layering them back together wherever I wanted and with notes changed, and harmonies doubled up. There is also a little bit of original instrumentation layered in there as well tying both acts together. The end product is beautiful and I'm very proud of it. Man Mariah was cute in this video, and it's great to see The Beach Boys all together as one band. Their sum is better than any of them apart. My Father and I loved both songs, and I only wish he was here to hear it. Merry Christmas Dad, may there be Endless Summer in the sky! Enjoy this video / audio remix for Christmas 2017. DJ L33

8. We Came As Romans Vs. Nine Inch Nails - Encoder (Happiness In DJ L33 Mix)

  • Published: 2017-10-30T00:56:01+00:00
  • Duration: 291
  • By DJ L33
We Came As Romans Vs. Nine Inch Nails - Encoder (Happiness In DJ L33 Mix)

This is probably my last remix of 2017. I heard the song We Came As Romans - Encoder on my friends playlist and immediately heard the Nine Inch Nails influence and had to get back into the studio and remix once again! I mixed various elements of Nine Inch Nails tracks, mostly from the Downward Spiral era together with Encoder, and it came out amazing! Even the title Encoder sounds like a Reznor track! I would have synced a remix video to it, but I haven’t had a lot of time to do music with my current job. Stay tuned, maybe one will come! October 29th, 2017 DJ L33

9. New Years Eve

New Years Eve

We just designed and built a DSLR slider unit for use through This Little World Films, my production company. I decided to put together this video to test out the new equipment and have some fun. Music: "I Need Wings to Fly" DJ L33

10. Borrelnoot 18 Oktober Elegast

  • Published: 2013-10-10T09:43:46+00:00
  • Duration: 39
  • By vedi16
Borrelnoot 18 Oktober Elegast

Borrelnoot gaat terug naar zijn roots, de liefde voor het blazen van hip hop/ soul/ beats/ bass en electro in een intiemere setting. BEATS: JEFTUZ CIRINO BROWN L33 KOEN DJ's: TURNE WANTIGGA VIEZE VEDI HOST: TWANZICHTKAART DOORS OPEN 22.00, PARTY ENDS 04.00