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Tyke - July 2011 Artist Mix - Exclusively for Panda Drum and Bass Mix TV
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Panda presents Tyke. Tyke is the fresh signing to Twisted Individual's Grid Recordings.
Before writing bass music, Tyke used to be a graffiti artist tagging his name all around London. Replacing the spray can with the music sequencer at 15, while leaving home, Tyke began writing Drum and Bass tracks and after two years was picked up by Planet Phat Records' Olly who supported and guided him the way into playing at many radio stations and clubs such as Herbal in London. In 2008, Tyke released his first record on Source Recordings and soon after a 12" on Muzik Hertz. Now finally signed to Grid Recordings, his future seems laid out for him.
In this mix, Tyke mixes 34 of his and friends' latst tracks in 1 hour. Lock in and leave your appreciation for him in the comments section!
01 - Mutated Forms (ft Jenna G) - Last Time - Allsorts
02 - Command Strange - Miracles - Dub
03 - Legion (ft Adam Wright) - Both Sides - Allsorts
04 - Joe Syntax - Fire Engine - Allsorts
05 - Tyke - The Music Makers - Grid
06 - NC-17- The Devil - Allsorts
07 - Mutated Forms - The Big Bang - Grid
08 - Tyke (ft NC-17 & Cat Knight) - Down Low (instrumental)-Grid
09 - Command Strange - Pleasure - Grid
10 - PA - Shogun Assassin - Muzik Hertz
11 - NC-17 - Wolfen - Grid
12 - Command Strange - On The Way - Zombie
13 - NC-17 ft Felon - Damage - Dub
14 - Callide - AXE - Dub
15 - Tyke & Prestige - Immortal Formula - Grid
16 - Rawtee - Welcome To The Future - Grid
17 - Pleasure - Bubbles - Calypso
18 - Tommo - Mk1 - Dub
19 - Twisted Individual - Leg End - Grid
20 - Majistrate - Big Deal - Grid
21 - Prestige - Cant Hide - Zombie
22 - Tyke - The Giggler - Grid
23 - Rawtee - Throwing Stars VIP - Grid
24 - Zen & Coda - Joints - Grid
25 - Tyke & Prestige - Scorpio - Grid
26 - Mutated Forms - Wastegash - Grid
27 - Prestige - Hard - Dub
28 - Tyke - If This World Were - Zombie
29 - Rawtee - Cant Get Enough - Grid
30 - Twisted Individual - February - The Months
31 - Tyke (ft Prestige) - World Of Fantasy - Grid
32 - Mugabe - Deep Humanoids - Zombie
33 - Tyke - Desire Of The Damned Grid
34 - Mugabe - Make War Impossible -- Dub
'Tyke' took his name back in 1997 at a time when London graffiti was on the rise and the freedom of speech or art for that matter became more and more frequent in London and throughout inner London teens that craved adventure. Trailing through underground train yards and dusty railway lines thwart with danger Simeon Vambe set upon government property expressing himself with his art and determination by tagging and piecing the word 'Tyke' which was thought up as another word for his character at this time, as he was branded a little rascal. This was where 'Tyke' first used his artistic talents as a teenager before turning to the Apple Mac equipped with 'Cubase' as a substitute for the spray can in 1999, aged fifteen.
In 2005 he moved to South London for a fresh start and began to make positive progress where a demo sent via post to 'Formation Records' was replied to by a call off one of the workers there, explaining to him that the tunes were awesome but could do with a couple of minor changes, 'Tyke' took this onboard. It was only in 2007 that 'Tyke' became acquainted with the internet as a source of promotion and communication, setting up a MySpace and industry standard 'Aim' account. Immediately there was interest from up and coming record labels and other producers and dj's were more than willing to play his tracks. In 2008 'Tyke' released his first vinyl, a track called 'Inner City Hore' which was released on 'Source Recordings', the hype began and more and more attention was drawn to his sound. It was late in 2008 that he met up with 'Recipe' on music terms rather than friends and they decided to collaborate on some tracks. They made 'Drop' and 'Cocaine Gash' which was released on their very own label 'Dead Or Alive Music' followed by a massive 12" release on Birmingham based label 'Muzik Hertz'. The ball was definitely rolling and a few more releases came there way before out of the blue 'Tyke' was forced to take five months away from music in the summer of 2009. He came back to the industry in January 2010 and has been working hard to this present time.