Cr2 Presents Mark Brown and Micky Slim

Mark Brown and Micky Slim may not spring to mind as your perfect dance music tag team but for the next instalment of Cr2 Live and Direct series they have joined forces to bring you something a little different than the norm.

Cr2 Presents Mark Brown and Micky Slim Art by CR2 Records

Mark Brown & Micky Slim may not spring to mind as your perfect dance music tag team but for the next installment of Cr2’s Live & Direct series they have joined forces to bring you something a little different than the norm. Micky’s sets are all about the party and the bass, ensuring the dancefloor and atmosphere are electric and everyone is having the time of their life! Mark’s mix compliments by taking a deeper route and encompassing all genres of electronica whilst still ensuring that the energy levels do not drop!

Mark Brown is rolling in fresh from the charts with the success of his debut single ’The Journey Continues’ ft Sarah Cracknell of St. Etienne. He knows something about a hit or 2 too (he signed Fedde Le Grand & David Guetta vs The Egg) - his broad musical knowledge is second to none and is obvious in the way he fuses all manner of electronica in his mix - from acid house aficionados FC Kahuna’s ‘Machine Says Yes’ to a the more techy sounds of Pryda’s ‘F12’ merged with John Dahlback’s ‘Pyramid’ while not forgetting his house roots with Mathew Tanzmann ‘Rugby’. Mark is also one half of M.Y.N.C Project who are having a years hiatus while they concentrate on their own projects - this has allowed Mark to concentrate on his own DJ’ing and has been infecting the dancefloors with his sheer energy worldwide plus has been in the studio working on some new material.

2007 was definitely one of the biggest years for this bad-boy of Electro Dubby house - the success of his remix of House of Pain’s ’Jump Around’, released on Warner’s, was far reaching and named tune of the year by the legend that is Fatboy Slim. Other remixes include licks from the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Fedde Le Grand, Brothers Bud, Rene Amesz, Chris Lake and Henrik B. If you want a phat bass on the dancefloor, then Micky is the man that will deliver - his sets have you bouncing off the walls with sweat dripping off the ceiling, and his mix for Cr2 is proof in the pudding. Try and sit still while its on, I dare you…

Disc 3 is an UN-MIXED CD featuring 6 tracks from the mixes which is great for you DJs out there! There will also be an exclusive track by Mark and Micky and will only be available on this compilation.

The 4th instalment in the Live & Direct series will be supported by a Worldwide tour that begins in the UK in May. Make sure you don’t miss out on what is destined to be a classic compilation.

Cr2 Presents Mark Brown & Micky Slim - Live & Direct
Release date June 30th 2008
Label Cr2 Records

Mark Brown
John Dahlback - Pryamid
Rocha & Lewinger - Positiv
Paul Woolford - Hierbas
Matthew Tanzmann - Rugby
Maverick & Tapesh feat Terri B - Rise (Tim Green Remix)
Pryda - F12
Freax Bros - Tension (Popof Remix)
Dohr & Mangold - Sunrise (Style of Eye Remix)
FC Kahuna - Machine Says Yes (Josh Wink's Acid Dub Interpretation)
Steve Angello - Rollin
DJ Wady & Patrick M - Hulk (33cm Mix)
Harry Choo Choo Romero & Jose Nunez - Lifting Me High
Adam Shaw - Engage
John Dahlback - Everywhere (Harry Choo Choo Romero Remix)

Micky Slim
Adam Shaw & Clinton Brown - Screamo (Dave Robertson Mix)
Mr Elastic - Justice (Mowgli Mix)
Jaime Waime - Pianotight (Lee Mortimer Remix)
Loose Cannons - What Have You Done For Me Lately? (Stupid Fresh Remix)
Alex Schmitz - Beat Goes Boom (Original)
Star Jackers - All This Love (Micky Slim Remix)
Blacksoul - Not Another Love Song (Mark Trophy Remix)
Aston Shuffle - For Everyone
Foamo - Movin It Over Here
Nick Supply - HizNiz (Stupid Fresh Remix)
House of Pain vs Micky Slim - Jump Around (Tommy Trash Remix Micky Slim Jump Country Edit)
Bass Kleph & Anthony Paul - Helium (Micky Slim Mix)
Micky Slim - Hit The Club (Alex Schmitz Remix)
Mark Brown ft Sarah Cracknell - The Journey Continues (Micky Slim's Sleeves Off Mix)

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