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No Request - Sleazy Beats Mix



Another installement of our Sleazy Beats Mix series, this time coming from NYC's Matt MacDonald, better known as slo-mo edit maestro NoRequest. I don't know where he finds the time, but it seems there's a new rework up on his soundcloud every day. We're not talking lazy extended intro type edits, a NoRequest edit means a complete workover in all its pitched down and sleazified glory. Matt's recent rework of Kissy Asplund is one of the sexiest things I've heard in a while, make sure to head over here to grab a copy.

The Dikso Super Sound Single vol. 1 we covered on these pages a few weeks ago featured No Request's first track on vinyl. Another 12" is in the works on a new label, and a digital release in September on Parallax. You can catch Matt playing alongside Aaron DAE on September 3rd. Check out the flyer, it doesn't get any sleazier than this does it?



Matt did us a two hour long ride that starts incorporates druggy downtempo, lowslung deepness and midtempo sleazy disco. Check out the mix here, it's really quite amazing, and we're more than happy to be able to share this live recording with you

NoRequest - Sleazy Beats Mix by SleazyBeats

Benji Boko - Perhaps
Nightmares on Wax - Les Nuits
Negghead - Being
The Pointer Sisters - Going Down Slowly (Brevil Edit)
The Deadbeats - Breathe
Franc Spangler - Open Eyes
Dennis Edwards - Don't Look Any Further (The Revenge Rework)
NoRequests - I Love Biggie More
Reset - Juicy
Nicholas - Dig Deep
Mtume - Ready For Your Love (Ramboiage Edit)
Cosmic Boogie - Catch 22
Tornado Wallace - Stop Holding Back
Tornado Wallace - Be My Ladyboy
Nicholas - Never
SE62 - Out There
Tornado Wallace - Swimmin'
The Francis Inferno Orchestra - Oh Teddy (Demo)
Toby Tobias ft. Kathy Diamond - A Little Bit More
Zoe's Raygun - Gangster Sunset (Extended Lowrider Dub)
Mock & Toof - Shoeshine Boogie (Wolf & Lamb Remix)
Kasper Bjorke - Heaven
Soulpersona ft. Kia Bennett - So Natural
Sade - No Ordinary Love

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