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Dave Allison - Sleazy Beats Mix

You asked us for more DJ mixes, so we are here to deliver yet another round in our Sleazy Beats Exclusive Mix series! Here we have a selection from Dave Allison, a DJ and producer from Canada. This man has been doing his thing up there for quite some time, running his monthly night The Kinjo Sessions at the famous Salon Daomé in Montreal... a night that often starts out very much on the sleazy tip of things. Today he brings us a mix of that same low-slung goodness that you've come to expect on this site.

Download the mix below.


01 - Nikola & Sasha - Funk It (Dave Allison Slinky Shuffle remix) [Kinjo]
02 - 6th Borough Project - McLovin [Permanent Vacation]
03 - Eddie C - Space Cadet [Sleazy Beats]
04 - Frank Solano - Blues Line (YSE remix) [Kolour]
05 - Floating Points - Love Me Like This [R2]
06 - Frank Booker - Who's Next? [Fingertips]
07 - Trus'me - Drilling [Fat City]
08 - Mr. Scruff & Kaidi Tatham - Fresh Noodles [Prime Numbers]
09 - The Beatdown Soundmachine - Groove Is On My Mind [Sleazy Beats]
10 - Brett Johnson - Slow Down Baby [Classic]
11 - Pete Herbert - Wally Dub [Redux]
12 - Henry L - Wake Up [Farside]
13 - DJ Raw Sugar - I Just [Lowercase]
14 - 6th Borough Project - Just A Memory [Instruments of Rapture]
15 - Eddie C - Make It Better [Jisco]

You can check out Dave's tracks and DJ sets on his SoundCloud page. Besides the aforementioned Kinjo Sessions, you can catch him hosting the Kinjo Music Party @ WMC on Wednesday the 24th @ D'Vine Lounge. A small west coast tour will follow with gigs in Vancouver, Ugene, Oregon and LA. Keep an eye out for his forthcoming releases and remixes on labels Marcuja, Headtunes, Serial Sickness, Alphabet, and his own label Kinjo.


  1. I'm taking this mix with me to the beaches of Nicaragua. So good!


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