1. Jefferson Airplane Today
2. Tom Scott Today
3. The Pharcyde Runnin'
4. Slum Village feat Exile Time Has Come
[Sound in Color]
5. Mos Def Ms Fat Booty
6. The Roots Don't Feel Right
7. The Earl Piano Thing
8. Dj Regal Keep On: edseven remix
9. Jimmy Edgar Urban Outakes
10. Dudley Perkins Funky Dudley
11. Danny Breaks Duck Rock
12. edseven Jnr Floyd
13. Madlib the beat Konducta Electric company [voltage - watts]
14. Dj Exile Move on Em'
[Sound in Color]
15. DSL Let me talk to you feat. Kool Keith
16. Atmosphere Apple instrumental
17. Q-Tip Let's Ride
18. Ty Look 4 Me
19. edseven Talk edit feat. Jackie Mapei
20. Morris Nightingale L.P. Output
21. Frank De Jojo Turn Off the Lights
22. CL Grown Roads (N edit)
23. edseven Oh Hayche
24. Unknown Love & Happiness edit
25. Sa Ra No Party without us
26. NOW vs BR white
27. Soho Hot Music
28. ?uestlove Din Da Da
29. Fourtet Serious as your life
[Domino recording company]
30. Emanon A story
31. Madlib the beat Konducta Third Ear
32. Sa Ra Rosebuds
33. Prime Meridian From the Go
[All Natural inc.]
34. edseven On a Matter Payer
Futures Vintage - edseven
Recorded with limited time (and electricity!).
As this set includes a fair bit of my own music I tried to make the mix in step with my production style, keeping things loose and interesting... throwing misplaced musical ideas together and finding the spot where they make sense. That was my angle of attack for this mix, swaggering funk vying for attention with high-end electronic crispness.
Some the tracks included are due for vinyl release in the coming months through Knowfoowl and Unique records, check myspace/edseven for info.
Edseven’s influences range are far and wide. A typical Edseven set can include tracks ranging from Squarepusher to Missy Elliot, Public Enemy to Bugz In The Attic, Danny Breaks over Bill Withers to J Dilla… and everything in between.
This musical diversity has seen Edseven play at a wide array of Sydney events, Block rockin' sets for Vibes On A Summer¹s Day / Freedom festivals, beats and pieces as a resident DJ at The Clare Hotel (Dust Tones, Bump), forward thinking sets at Frigid and upfront music for Future Classic / Tonic nights… you get the idea.
It would be easy to describe Edseven as a “DJ’s DJ” but his ability to get the crowd going is what makes his sets so appealing and captured people’s attention.
More recently Edseven has turned to production, which has seen his demo given A-rotation on Sydney’s Fbi, remix work and a 12” release coming out on Knowfoowl Records.