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Seasons Change // Mixed by Luke Lawrence

Luke Lawrence
Wed, 29/08/2012 - 7:53pm Style

Average: 5 (3 votes)

Hi guys... once again I'm inspired by the changing of the seasons. Smiling

Hope you enjoy this progressive 'cross-breed' of classic EDM.


Sistema - Alfa Alfa
My Favourite Robot - The Waiting Rain (Mano Le Tough Remix)
Stimming, David August - Sexy Biest (Gui Boratto Remix)
Booka Shade - Charlotte (Mic Newman Remix)
UNKLE - Sayonara
Someone Else - Pillowface
M. in, Chriss Vogt - Walking Away (Someone Else Remix)
Glimpse, Alex Jones - Faulty Female
Gary Beck - Tammo Chanter (Mark Reeve Remix)
Secret Cinema, Peter Horrevorts - Ana Bola
Ramon Tapia - Vagabonds
Gregor Tresher - Lights From The Inside (Dosem Remix)
Super Flu - Nagge Danse
Dousk - Florence

Luke Lawrence

  • Performance Method: planned
  • Length: 77:43 minutes (71.15 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 48kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
  • Plays: 247
  • Downloads: 84
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Fri, 31/08/2012 - 3:37pm
Downloaded.Stop.Feedback and

Downloaded.Stop.Feedback and rating to follow post-haste.Stop.Woo.Stop.Hoo.Stop.

Fri, 31/08/2012 - 6:52pm
Luke Lawrence
in reply to: Downloaded.Stop.Feedback and
Haha... Ah mcBT. How are you

Haha... Ah mcBT. How are you my old friend? Another trip to melbourne, make, you should.


Luke Lawrence
White Noise

Mon, 03/09/2012 - 4:08pm
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in reply to: Haha... Ah mcBT. How are you
Hey Luke, This is yet

Hey Luke,

This is yet another quality effort from your good self, and is a fine balance between melodic-dreamy and dark-tinged techno. As Sam stated, your transitions are 100% rich, authentic olde style creamery butter. Technically superb.

The flow - something I'm always conscious of, as you know - is spot-on: like relaxing in a deck chair on a yacht in the late afternoon after having entertained society's high flyers in a charity shuffle board tournament. A few bottles of Marsanne are chilling in the eskie by your side, and the tantalising aroma of far Eastern spices and taxi exhaust is wafting in the warm breeze.

As the Captain eases the vessel into a lazy starboard turn heading for the harbour, those two tall, bronzed, leggy blondes with whom you were exchanging those "oh-so-cheeky" glances earlier in the day approach and ask if they can join you for a glass. Apparently their host, the Estonian Ambassador, has mis-judged the number of margaritas one should drink in the sun and has retired to his cabin early, inadvertently locking them out - and more importantly, their change of clothing in!

They sit down and between sips of wine begin lamenting to you that their plans for the ensuing evening are ruined, and what a shame it is as they were so looking foward to a night out on the tiles. Their disappointment seems feigned, and you quietly suspect by the glint in their eyes and the way they intermittently lay their hands on your leg in a suggestive manner that they are more than a little relieved that the fat, wheezing General Keskkula is now out of commission. "Tsk! He was too hairy, and reeked of cheese!" Your suspicions are comfirmed.

The sun has now descended behind the horizon and the rose hue gives way to darker shades of purple. The Captain is skillfully slinking the ship into its docking position against the twinkling neon and glass-panelled backdrop that is the city centre. You clap your hands thrice to summon the cabin boy and instruct him to bring your wing-tips, bell bottoms, and butterfly collared shirt. And, being the cordial gentleman you are, you pull that wad of $100's from your Speedos and tell the ladies to head on down to the onboard Gucci shop and get a little summat for themselves. They'll be cutting a rug with you this evening...

Night has completely enveloped the city as the ladies return, dressed to the nines and giddy with excitement. A glass of chilled bubbly and more than a few lines of charlie each, and you link arms and strut........ man, S-T-R-U-T, down the gang plank. From relaxed, sunny afternoon to untold after-dark adventures..... yep. And they say pimpin' ain't easy.

As for Melbourne - I agree, another visit should be on the cards soon - and I will be considerably less inebriated than last time....... (hopefully).

I am close to getting my gear set back up and so should be contributing here more in the future. I re-inspired myself via a purchase of new MIDI controllers to use with my trusty ol' Xone 92. I tried the APC40, but it just wasn't my cup of controlling tea (you want one? Eye-wink).

Good day,

Mon, 03/09/2012 - 10:48am
Sam Hart
Hi Luke, Great mix mate, The

Hi Luke,

Great mix mate, The mixing was that good that at times throughout the mix I could not actually tell when the next song was coming. I really enjoyed tracks 2 and 10 for me they were the ones that stood out the most. Its been a while since I posted anything but that will soon change. I hope things start picking up around here again I miss the good old days as I am sure you do to.

Sam Hart

Mon, 21/01/2013 - 12:39am
Geez you have stepped it up

Geez you have stepped it up Luke - I have all your mixes and this one shows a maturity in blending all the great styles you play together.
A masterpiece in delivering subtle sweet tones and warm basslines without losing the sense that this is techno.
Have been inspired by some great mixes on here of late, and even though i heard this a while back it is a very special mix you should be proud of forever! Almost Sasha-esque!