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Mixed Feelings | Joe P

A special guest-mix series where DJs are invited to create a soundtrack for tomorrow's days. Next up: Joe P, kicking it broken-to-the-bone style, full of rhythm and keys.

Every Mixed Feelings podcast is accompanied by a few questions that provide a little insight into the DJ and the mix they've prepared for us and for you.

Which feelings do we find bottled in this mix?

Heartwarming sounds of deepness.

How is the mix reflecting your current music taste?

It's a focused highlight of my fascination for the broken beat genre. Warmth in chords, sensuality in rhythm, and a somewhat dreamy atmosphere always guide the way in the music that speaks to me.

Who should release a new album/EP already?

K15! Can never release too many.

What's magical about music?

Its invigorating ability to capture and express feelings through sound, transcends any other form of artistic expression.

What is your main source for finding new music?

Record stores.

If the mix would be a soundtrack, what (kind of) movie/video/audio-visual content would support it best?

Vague shots of sultry sunsets somewhere warm and far away :)

Many thanks to Steppin' Into Tomorrow for having me on!

This mix was recorded with tender love and care through a Tascam Zoom H1 on 2 Technics SL1210 MKII's, and a Rane MP2014 mixer

Joe P



  1. Little Big Bee - Searchin' (Atjazz Remix)

  2. Ne-Grove - Let it Ride (Pure Filth Instrumental)

  3. Neon Phusion - How Times Fly (Embassy Mix)

  4. Kaidi Tatham - Is Crimbo Really Here

  5. Phuturistix - Cohiba

  6. Chateau Flight - Prism (Sun Orchestra Remix)

  7. St. Ernesto - Easy In (Kyoto Jazz Massive Remix)

  8. Paul Russaw - Thoughts of You (Yukiyo Takabayashi's Guitar Dub)

  9. Nutmeg - The Setpiece Punishment

  10. Likwid Biskit - Complete Worries

  11. Markus Enochson & E-Man - I Am the Road (Bugz in the Attic Remix Instrumental)

  12. Jazzanova ft. Vikter Duplaix - That Night (WaH-cHU-kU Perspective)

  13. Kabuki - Tempest (Atjazz Remix)


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