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Music tastes vary - some days I'll be coding away to a sweeping cinematic score, and on others, tapping away with some alternative rock. And then there's a bit of electronic music - a bit of progressive house, some trance, some deep house - good tunes, good melodies and good vibes.

I do enjoy making mixes of what's exciting me at the time, and gives me something to walk to, to exercise with, to listen to in the car, and also to keep me working efficiently.

Hold On To You

A long weekend, and new tunes too. Some recent tracks, and a few from the past few years that I've just never integrated in to a mix before. Starting at 128bpm...

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Still Alive

It's been a while since I've had the decks out... and a recent Beatport sale saw my library grow by over 70 tracks... so thought I'd record a new mix. Never...

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Why

While collating tracks for a 138 bpm mix, I found that not only was there so much great music out there, but I had enough for different "feels" of 138 bpm. This...

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Hurt

New mix with a solid 130 bpm with driving and melodic trance. Deep End (Club Mix) - Standerwick and Haliene Hurt (Extended Mix) - Jeremy Vancaulart feat....

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Running Away

I've got so much cool music that I've bought over the years... including some pretty sweet deep house, progressive house, progressive trance, and everything in...

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Rewind

Rewind. Looking back over the past 12 years of mixing, and have picked 32 tracks that I just love. Some new, some not so new. How did they get here? They had to...

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Recapture

Heading in to the Australian summer, "Recapture" is a 108 minute mix of laid back 128 bpm progressive house and trance. Hit play, sit back, grab a cocktail, and...

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Break Free

This has been a while in the making, building a tracklist of driving and progressive tunes. Pre-requisites for the tracks: they had to make you want to move; they...

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Set Sail

Welcoming spring with a pretty funky 128bpm mix. It's got a summery vibe, laid back, and ready for a drink on a beautiful afternoon. Where will this mix take you? Sundiving...

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I am the Development Director (and co-owner) at Mity Digital, a Melbourne-based digital agency specialising in responsive web design, custom web development and graphic design.
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