Vinylcast Episode 16 recorded live in 2001. Subscribe with iTunes for every episode of the Vinylcast and Budcast Subscribe with RSS
Vinylcast Episode 15 recorded live, at Mysteryland back in May.
Super-exclusive is the name of the day for Vinylcast Episode 12. DJ Sneak recorded live, on wax, in his fried Tee Loo’s kitchen, all the way back in May 2000! Turn. it. up.
Episode 11 of the Vinylcast is, in DJ Sneak’s words “a JUICY mix from Ottawa, Sep 11 1999”. As always, laid down 100% on wax, this is Sneak at his jacking finest.
To accompany Sneak’s new release with Murk on Exploited, here’s a podcast he has put together for the label featuring a bunch of new bits and a tribute to the late, great Frankie Knuckles.
Recorded live in 2002, episode 9 of the Vinylcast shows Sneak laying it down for 2.5 hours at Comfort Zone in Toronto.
Sneak is back with the Vinylcast and digs in the vaults once more to unearth the classic Flowers Mix Tape. This one created a big buzz back in 1999 when Sneak’s good friend Armand Van Helden released the seminal track Flowerz, and is still sounding fresh 15 years later.
The Budcast is back after a break of 7 months. Episode 8 see’s Sneak in typically fine form, recorded live at Amsterdam Open air in 2013.
With DJ Sneak now based in Ibiza for the entire summer of 2013, it seemed fitting to dig out a set from The White Isle for episode 7 of the Vinylcast. Recorded back in 2005, this is Sneak laying it down at the world famous Space!
Budcast episode 7 is a whole 3 hours of DJ Sneak recorded live at the 19th birthday of Subculture, held at Glasgow’s infamous Sub Club on 4th May 2013. Sneak took to the decks alongside long-standing residents and all round club heroes Harri & Domenic.
Episode 6 of the Vinylcast was recorded in 2001 and comes from the legendary LA ‘How Sweet It Is’ raves, huge productions put on by a company called B3. These parties (How Sweet It Is & Juju Beats were the biggest) went on back in the late 90’s early 2000 – the original Daisy Carnivals!
Vinylcast Episode 5 is a set dug up from way back in 1997. It comes from the legendary Back To Basics club night in Leeds, and at the time DJ Sneak had no idea it had been recorded. The mixtape then started surfacing in record shops and became infamous. It’s available here for the first time to stream and download, direct from DJ Sneak.
Episode 5 of the Budcast is is the second part of DJ Sneak’s set recorded live on March 1st at the I’m A House Gangster event at Egg London. The two hours of bumpin’ Gangster House follows on from Episode 4 of the Budcast.
Episode 4 of the Vinylcast sees DJ Sneak dig through his archives to bring fresh light to the classic and still-talked about ‘Harvest Season Mixtape’.
Episode 4 of the Budcast is hot off the press, recorded on March 1st at the I’m A House Gangster event at Egg London. This is part one of Sneak’s bumpin’ 4 hour set, part two will be released in the near future. Get ready for some Gangster House!
DJ Sneak on Vinylcast 03: “Green Bush is the first edition to a series of mix sessions that I made when I first moved to Canada in the late 90’s. The home mixes often came at the weirdest times, usually while jetlaged and always while smoking some of the best weed that Canada had to offer. The term Green Bush is in reference to the plants that I would usually smoke while mixing. These sets where often recorded on cassette, all mixed with wax so they sound very analogue. At the time that I was mixing this it was a great time in House music, sounds were fresh and I often played unreleased promos that I got shipped to my home in Toronto. I’ve had many people ask me about traxx from this series. This is a priceless collection that I am going to re-release during this podcast series and we start with the very first mix of them all, Green Bush 1.”
Episode 3 of The Budcast is DJ Sneak recorded live in Glasgow, Scotland at Sub Club – 2009. “I remember I was excited to play at Sub Club, it had been years since I played there, to make things really great Orde from Slam opened up with a stellar set too. I really liked the flow of this party, dark low ceiling bass heavy venue with the craziest Glasgow party freaks getting crazy till the end.” – DJ SNEAK
DJ Sneak on Vinylcast 02: “Sunday Schoolin is a homemade mix recorded at home when I first moved to Toronto, this was back in the late 90’s, not sure of the exact year but I know it was pre-2000. Cold Canadian winters made it easy to stay in and enjoy the sweet sounds of vinyl.”
The second episode of DJ Sneak’s Budcast is a live set from the Fall of 2012 – recorded at the 12 Hour Marathon Warehouse Party held in Iasi, Romania on October 27th.
As a DJ, well, he’s one of the very best, and so it’s an honour to have DJ Sneak provide the special Christmas edition of Cadenza’s Source to Cycle podcast featuring 2 mixes … enjoy!!
DJ Sneak on Vinylcast 01: “Detroit – 1999 – date not confirmed but a good guess – This set was recorded at small club called Porter St. back around the same time DEMF was getting started. It was one of the best parties I played in Detroit hands down – total underground vibe.”
Episode 1 of DJ Sneak’s ‘The Budcast’ is a live recording from earlier in November 2012 at XXXperience Festival, Sao Paolo.
Sneak’s podcast and interview for the Mute Control website. Check out the mix while reading the full interview here
Sneak and Doc Martin go back to back on 4 decks for the Lucky Life Podcast. Recorded live at the Mint Warehouse in Leeds.