Archive for the ‘Featured Mixes’ Category

29 Aug
2012

The Frandiscos – Roll Up, Pour Up, Turn’t Up

It’s been over a year since the brothers Francisco blessed us with a Channel One mix. In that time The Frandiscos have continued to build their name all over the city with their effortless knack for stringing together different flavours into one cohesive party shell down experience.

This mix showcases their signature DJ style, taking the best of bass heavy music from across different tempos and seamlessly mixing it together PROPERLY. (Take note imitators)

A high energy roller coaster ride touching on Trap leaning Dubstep, Mid 90′s Jungle classics, Upfront DnB, 808 Gutter Bass, Parisian House and sleazy party time Electro.

Roll Up, Pour Up, Turn’t Up!

12 Aug
2012

Freeza Chin – 3 Hour Vintage Reggae Mix

The August heat is blazing, Caribana just finished, summer is in full swing. We at Channel One have been thoroughly [&hellip

27 Jul
2012

Tasc – Summer 2012

Yes. We know we haven’t been updating the site with new mixes with the frequency that we normally would, but [&hellip

17 May
2012

Freeza Chin live at 40hz April 28 2012

Freeza Chin, Toronto’s Grime and Funky dubplate don is back with another mix of high powered 140 bpm selections.  This [&hellip

17 Apr
2012

Ice One – ‘Seasons’ – April 2012

Back again for another journey into the deep murky depths of the underground is one of our absolute favourite DJ’s, [&hellip

27 Jan
2012

Freeza Chin – “Cold Grimey Winter” Podcast

Freeza Chin, Channel One’s resident master of all things Grime and Funky finally returns with a fresh podcast of the [&hellip

17 Jan
2012

Marcus Visionary & Plain English UKG Mixtape

Anybody who has West Indian parents will be able to relate to the story behind this weeks podcast:  During the [&hellip

4 Jan
2012

Guest Mix – Poirier (CAN)

Our first podcast of 2012  is a special exclusive drop from Montreal’s favourite carnival bass selector:  Poirier. We actually had [&hellip

9 Dec
2011

Guest Mix – SNIPER- “HIGH FOUR” (CAN)

We find that the word legend is thrown around a little too liberally these days. For us there is a [&hellip