Starkey ‎– Starkbass - A Continuous DJ Mix By Starkey

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Lo Dubs ‎– LODUBS-09001
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1 Starkey Trouble In Starkville Ep: 3 1:04
2 Cardopusher Colours 2:55
3 DZ (3) Oooh 3:56
4 Toast (5) Puppy Phat 1:22
5 Starkey Strike Now (VIP) 2:58
6 Food For Animals Mutumbo (Raffertie's Bigger Bass Remake)
Remix – Raffertie
3:43
7 Drop The Lime Crazy Love 2:53
8 Bok Bok No Need To Front 2009 1:50
9 Raffertie Antisocial (Dev79 Remix)
Remix – Dev79
2:58
10 Kotchy One For The Money (Starkey Remix)
Remix – Starkey
3:39
11 Meesha Clack 2:34
12 Syntonics Material (Bombaman Remix)
Remix – Bombaman
2:44
13 Zomby Aquafre5h 1:46
14 Starkey Swollen Glands 2:47
15 Geeneus Knife & Gun (Blackdown Devil Mix And Remix)
Remix – BlackdownVocals – Breeze, Riko, Wiley (2)
2:02
16 XI (3) Twin Stars 3:47
17 Wonder* Give It To Ya 4:20
18 Pacheko C Walk 1:49
19 Joker (5) Solid State 2:30
20 BD1982 Seeing Orange 3:11
21 Starkey Murderous Words 3:18
22 Stenchman My Willy 2:51
23 Dubsworth Done Gone There 2:58
24 O-Dessa Deeper 3:40
25 Starkey Crippling 2:17

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CD comes packaged in an orange jewelcase

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 19981 28302 1
  • Matrix / Runout: CDV/CD C09010484 NW3696 71593
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LW44

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December 12, 2009
More bass for your cavernous head! Among the many dubstep mixes and compilations of 2009, A Continuous DJ Mix By Starkey consisting of 25 tracks really stood out. This is a dirty, wobbly, solid mix by a Philadelphia-based producer, Paul Geissinger, aka Starkey. The mix was tailored specifically for a pretty fresh label, Lo Dubs, an offshoot of San Francisco based Losonofono Records. Starkey opens up with a fun interlude, Trouble In Starkville Ep: 3, diving right into the usual suspects like Cardopusher, DZ, Drop The Lime, Raffertie, Zomby, Geeneus, Joker, and Stenchman. There are more than a few new names in the mix, mostly from the the label’s 12″ output in the last two years. So this is a nice compilation to celebrate the underground West Coast sound, bridging a few bass categories, such as garage, grime, and dubstep, and a touch of hip-hop attitude.