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Barry Fell - Sleazy Beats Mix

The year 2009 just keeps chugging on, and another holiday present has just arrived at Sleazy HQ. Edinburgh's own Barry Fell has sent us an exclusive DJ mix to share with fans of all things midtempo. We always enjoy Barry's smooth mixes... and all of the usual suspects are represented... just check the tracklisting below:

Barry Fell - Sleazy Beats Mix

George Duke - The Alien
George & Gwen McRae - Mechanical Body (Super Value edit)
Hot Toddy feat. Ron Basejam - I Need Love
6th Borough Project - McLovin
Sounds Superb - Pseudo Wind
Super Value - Special Edits 1 (track 2)
Eddie C - Make Change
Pierce Brothers - Party Person (Gerd edit)
Trus'me - ?
Michael Jackson - Thriller (OOFT Music Phazed edit)
M - Pop Musik (Todd Terje remix)
Guillame & The Coutu Dumonts - Raw
People's Choice - Do It Any Way You Wanna (The Noodleman Alla's double churned butter dub)
Ann Margaret - Everybody Needs Love Sometimes

Not familiar with Barry Fell? Check out the links below for his SoundCloud, as well as a site with some of his older mixes. Also, keep an eye on one of our favorite labels Disco Deviance, for a Barry Fell release in 2010... and others to come as well!


  1. Barry Fell needs to play Sydney! T-I-P

  2. nice mix...nice blog!


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