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Dawn Day Night - 231 - Electronic Explorations

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Published on Mar 24, 2013

It started with a tape. This tape should have been left to rot, but some people never learn. Now the dark spirits resting within the recording have been summoned upon the living. Its the end of the world as we know it ....Can you survive the ate-oh-ate apocalypse?

ELECTRONIC EXPLORATIONS - 231 - Dawn Day Night
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"Dawn Day Night's Ate-Oh-Ate Apocalypse Mix"
01. Evil Dead vs PYE Corner Audio
02. Dawn Day Night - The Reanimation of Scottie
03. DaVinChe - Phaze
04. Ate-Oh-Ate Apocalypse scene #1
05. Dawn Day Night - Ice In My Mouth [VIP edit]
06. Machinedrum Vs BOC
07. Ate-Oh-Ate Apocalypse scene #2
08. Arp101 x Elliot Yorke - Fluro Black
09. Philip D Kick - R.I.P Footwork Jungle edit
10. Machinedrum - They Know Your Name
11. Dawn Day Night - Voodoo Vibe [extended version]
12. Mark Pritchard - Manabadman
13. House Of Black Lanterns Vs Ghettozoid - Doin' It RIght
14. Ate-Oh-Ate Apocalypse scene #3
15. Lewis James - Vesuvius
16. Ate-Oh-Ate Apocalypse scene #4
17. Manni Dee & Deft - This One, The Art Of The Possible
18. Danny Scrilla - Obeah
19. Back II Basics - Can't Hold Back [Dawn Day Night edit]
20. LV - Drop Out Jungle
21. D.O.P.E - When I Was Young [DJ Easy D & T Bag's Revisited mix]
22. Ate-Oh-Ate Apocalypse scene #5
23. Manni Dee - Strategies
24. Ate-Oh-Ate Apocalypse scene #6

October 2012 saw the release of Dawn Day Night's debut EP, out on Astrophonica

Boomkat wrote: Fresh from wrecking it with Fracture on 'Get Busy', Dawn Day Night mans up solo on four supremely tight TrapFootwork Jungle hybrids. It's a sound many are exploring right now -- Machinedrum, Kode 9, Om Unit, Fracture etc -- and one only a handful are getting really, really right; just like this plate. A-side he comes classic sounding with the blushing chords and ghetto-clipped breaks of 'Alcoholic Dance Flow' before 'Death Of Scorpio' gets freakin' wild with diced funk samples laced to pneumatic subs and Shy FX-meets-Rashad-style breaksploitation. B-side tips the scales to big-booty Trap styles, re-engineering the compatible DNA of minimal D&B and coke-rap to deadly effect, while 'Voodoo Vibe' steps out on a darkside Afro-futurist flex. Big recommendation!!!

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