For your listening pleasure … a rotating mix of old and new selections.
Tico’s Lounge (2001): Originally mixed in the summer 2001 (you know, when times were simpler), while I was hosting a weekly chill out bar night at Taix Lounge in Echo Park, Calif., Tico’s Lounge is a nice mix of acoustic and electronic with an emphasis on Brazilian rhythms.
TicosLounge.mp3 / 1:13:26 / 160 kbps / 84.1 mb
Subterrain (2003): A deep house mix from my house head days. Who can forget Atlas and Gabbah? DJs Dusk and Tony Watson. This mix is especially heavy on dubby beats and grooves — not exactly a burner, but it should get your toes tappings.
subterrain.mp3 / 1:06:10 / 128 kbps / 60.6 mb
Old School Summer BBQ Mix (2004): A friend mine called me last summer asking for part two of this mix. He said he’d worn this one out last summer and his friends were clamoring for more. I told him I’d get to part two any day now …
OldSchoolSummerBBQMix.mp3 / 1:15:53 / 256 kbps / 139 mb
As Heard On … (2004): This text came with the original mixes: “The original CDs are bootlegs of a micropower radio show hosted by DJ Tico Makka in Los Angeles in the winter/spring of 2004. Each of the four was a different color marked only with the words “As heard on …” on the top half of the CD, “Mixed by Tico Makka” on the bottom. Please share the sounds with like minds. ”
Green.mp3 / 1:10:15 / 256 kbps / 128.7 mb
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