November 18, 2007: In this latest mix, BPM Smith churns out a fast and fluid DNB set that includes the latest breakthrough producers like Trei and Psidream while giving a nod to longtime artists from the UK such as Aphrodite and Klute. As always, this mix is presented “unfiltered,” served raw and unedited from the original live show.
July 2, 2007: BPM Smith kicked off last Friday’s WORD’N’BASS Show with chilled out producers like Boards of Canada, Tarwater and Tommy Guerro, then transitioned to the quicker beats of Purple, Alchemy and Genetic to close out the set on a dreamy note. As always, this set is presented without editing of the original live broadcast.
April 23, 2007: Last Friday night BPM Smith whipped out the heavy bass bombs to mark 420 with producers well known for emphasizing the lows such as Skc, Calyx and DJ Fresh. Also watch for BPM Smith’s remix of Nu: Tone and a blunted track by A-Sides with MC Fats. Naturally, he rounds off this extra long set with — who else — UK producer Big Bud. This mix is presented “unfiltered,” with no editing from the original live broadcast.
January 15, 2007: BPM Smith cooked up some Drum & Bass at the 104.1 FM studio during the Martin Luther King holiday weekend. Here he remixes Sasha and Banco de Gaia during an ethereal intro, and follows with producers like Scaler, Nu:Tone, Loxy & Ink, and Aphrodite. Once again, this mix is organically prepared with no editing of the original live broadcast. New set added on January 15, 2007.
November 12, 2006: BPM Smith enters the chill out chamber in this mix with hip hop producers like DJ Krush and Bomb the Bass, and slowly raises the beats to Electro pioneers such as Moloko, Sasha and Laurent Garnier. As always, this set is organically cooked without editing of the original live broadcast. New mix added on November 12, 2006.
October 1, 2006: In this set BPM Smith cooks up some white labels, mixes them with tracks from producers like Cubix and J-Laze, and simmers for one hour before toppping off the D&B smorgasborg with some Total Science and another white label. This mix is presented “unfiltered,” with no editing from the original live broadcast. New mix added on Oct. 1, 2006.
August 14, 2006: BPM Smith cooks up another fast and fluid Drum & Bass set to satisfy your appetite for beats. Taut with remixes of new tracks from D Kay and A Sides, he also drops in some Klute, Big Bud and AK 1200 that are the staples of every healthy D&B diet. As always, this mix is presented “unfiltered,” with no editing from the original live broadcast. New set posted on Aug. 14, 2006.
July 1, 2006: BPM Smith dropped bass bombs on the radio during Fourth of July weekend, remixing tracks by Aquaski and D. Kay with High Contrast and Klute standards. Look for unexpected vocal samples from rock music notables Steven Tyler and John Cale cut to beats. Once again, WORD’N’BASS.com brings you a raw set that’s unedited from the original live broadcast on July 1, 2006.
May 19, 2006: BPM Smith, host of the WORD’N’BASS Show broadcast in the San Francisco Bay Area on 104.1 FM, brings the fun back to Drum & Bass with another woofer-rumbling set. Here he cooks up fast and fluid beats with remixes of Nu: Tone, Vice Versa, the E-Z Rollers and more. As always, this mix is presented “unfiltered,” with no editing from the original live broadcast on May 19, 2006.
April 14, 2006: Drum & Bass is back in the house. BPM Smith whips out the white labels, remixes tracks by Chris Su and and Native Minds, then drops the bass bombs with producers like Sonar and Raw Thang. This mix is presented “unfiltered,” with no editing from the original live broadcast on April 14, 2006.
January 27, 2006: BPM Smith also mixes Downtempo. In this set he gradually lifts the BPMs from chill out producers like Peace Orchestra and Boards of Canada to mid-paced Electro tracks from John Digweed and others. This set is served raw, with no editing of the original live broadcast on January 27, 2006.
January 20, 2006: In this set BPM Smith mixes the newest tracks from producers like Sonic and SKC with classic works from DJ Crystl and Klute. This mix is presented “unfiltered,” with no editing of the original live broadcast on January 20, 2006.
May 27, 2005: BPM Smith cooks up a Drum & Bass set that typifies his “blunted” style, which has unconventional samples and is heavy on remixes. There is no editing of the original live set that was broadcast on May 27, 2005.
Feb 11, 2005: This unfiltered Drum & Bass mix has no editing of levels, samples, or transitions from the original live broadcast on February 11, 2005.