- Mystic Trip – April Studiomix 2013 (56mins, 320kbps)
Check out this Studiomix and brief interview with the talented artist named Mystic Trip from London, UK. Mostly laid back and jazzy flavours in a super solid blend. Check out his classy beats and watch out for more to come! Most of his tunes are available through junodownload.com.
Mystic Trip – Gone
Paul SG – Be Quiet
Flowrian – Wait For Me
Calibre – Easyglide
Redeyes – The Science Of Sleep
Scott Allen – Sweet Love
Andrezz – Like The Real Thing
MJT & ARP1 – Last Call
Paul T & Paul SG – In The Jungle
Robert Glasper Experiment – Move Love (Al Pack Remix)
Random Movement – Down Somehow
S.t. Files & Response – Hard Times
LTJ Bukem – Music (Technicolour Remix)
Mystic Trip – Soul Reprise
Mystic, Would you like to introduce yourself?
I’m Mystic Trip – A young Composer & DJ hailing from London, UK.
Please tell us about your musical background. How did you get into drum and bass?
I’ve been into music as far back as I can remember. Growing up, I used to look through my Mothers record collection…It was fortunate that my parents were collectors…
I actually got into drum and bass accidentally. It was a sunday afternoon in the 90’s, and I was flicking through the FM dial on my little Boombox, when I stopped on a local pirate. The show was called ‘Super Sunday’. I hit record on the little tape deck, and that cassette stayed with me for a good few years…I was hooked!
How would you describe your music?
There are lots of ways you can describe it, but it’s all Drum & Bass. I suppose I try and stay away from the noisy stuff, homing in on the deeper, melodic side of DnB.
Where did your artist name come from?
It was just an idea. I thought it fitted the musical styles I was into.
I used to go by another alias a few years back (I won’t go into that) but it didn’t suit the genre of music I was producing. Lets just say it sounded more like some cheesy Euro Trance DJ name. It had to be changed!
Are there any releases or projects that we should look out for?
There’s loads of stuff happening at the moment. I have some stuff lined up for digital release on Quondam records, as well as a few collaborative tracks that have just been released on Future Thinkin’.
Few more things happening as well so keep an eye out!
Thanks for talking with us, do you have any shoutouts?
It’s been a pleasure. Shoutout to everyone feeling the music! Thanks for the support so far. Hope you like what’s still to come!