Posts Tagged ‘Breakage’

4 Apr
2011

The VERSION XCURSION Show

Channel One is very pleased to welcome Toronto legend Sassa’le and his long standing Version Xcursion program to our roster, showcasing the finest in all things Dub and Bass orientated. Watch for the Version Xcursion podcast exclusive to Channel One on a very regular basis

22 Mar
2011

Guest Mix – Gremlinz (CAN)

Gremlinz, the head nod bass specialist, returns to Channel One with another journey into his side of 140 bpm territory. Deep moody soulful and rugged all at the same time, we know Gremlinz rolled out this mix in his scarf, sippin chinese milk tea while having a Facebook chat with some scandalous girl and ordering a pair of japanese sneakers off the internet all at the same time… effortless!

23 Feb
2011

Lush – Live at Channel One NYE (Dec 31, 2010)

Giving you a sneak preview of what goes down at a Channel One event, DJ Lush steps up with the late night slot at our NYE house party. By this point the dance was an all out shoulder to shoulder sloppy sweaty mess, just the way we like it! Even the cop cars were lining up just outside the window while our door staff turned away all the drunken transients trying to gain entry.

13 Feb
2011

Lush – On Point PODCAST

Channel One co-founder DJ Lush gets down to business with what he does best, dropping this Jungle/Dnb and 140 bpm podcast for our good friends over at On Point Music. Patented DJ Lush style puzzle piece rolling mixing and selection strictly for the headz, guaranteed to get you doing that Bombay Gin dance mayne

28 Jul
2010

Marcus Visionary – Caribana Jungle Special!

In the Spirit of Caribana (Toronto’s West Indian Carnival), Marcus has put together 45 tracks of Reggae, Dancehall and Dub influenced Jungle. This mix is one hour and 45 minutes long and is chock full of dubplates, specials and V.I.P mixes. You’ll hear tracks from Marcus forthcoming LP entitled ‘Humble‘ out soon on Lion Dub International. Featured artists include: The recently deceased reggae legend Sugar Minott (R.I.P), The Dancehall Godfather Johnny Osbourne, Bunny General, Pad Anthony, Terry Ganzie, Robert Levy, Jah Dan and Messenger Selah