Yo dudes. Trying to get back into mixing... I'd like to do a mix weekly, but thats probably asking to much right now. Well see if I can do 1 a month. So, this was recorded live in my office at home. It's kind of a dark deep house deal with some techno sprinkled around.
Feel The Love - Motor City Drum Ensemble
Cold World - DOP
New Life - Matias Aguayo
Snake Cave - Horizontal Ground
Deep - Sascha Dive
Caballero - Tokyo Black Star
CCCP - Conforce
We Can (Crosstown Rebels) - Original MixJamie Jones
Bassline (Loco Dice Remix) - Kevin Saunderson
Falling Up (Carl Craig Remix) - Theo Parrish
I like to know - Moodymann
Want Your Money - Wolf & Lamb
Simo Häyhä (December 17, 1905 – April 1, 2002), nicknamed “White Death” by the Red Army, was a Finnish sniper. Using a modified Mosin-Nagant in the Winter War, he has the highest recorded number (542) of confirmed kills in any major war. Häyhä used a Finnish militia variant, White Guard M/28 “Pystykorva” or “Spitz”, of the Russian Mosin-Nagant rifle, because it suited his small frame (5 ft 3 in/1.60 m). He preferred to use iron sights rather than telescopic sights to present a smaller target (the sniper must raise his head higher when using a telescopic sight), to prevent visibility risks (a telescopic sight’s glass can fog up easily), and aid concealment (sunlight glare in telescopic sight lenses can reveal a sniper’s position). Another tactic used by Häyhä was to compact the snow in front of him so that the shot wouldn’t disturb the snow and reveal his position. He also kept snow in his mouth so that when breathing the steam would not give him away. The Soviets tried several ploys to get rid of him, including counter-snipers and artillery strikes. On March 6, 1940, Häyhä was shot in the jaw during combat by a Russian soldier. The bullet tumbled upon impact and left his head. He was picked up by fellow soldiers who said “half his head was missing”. He regained consciousness on March 13, the day peace was declared. Shortly after the war, Häyhä was promoted straight from corporal to second lieutenant by Field Marshal Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim. No one else has ever gained rank in such a quick fashion in Finland’s military history. TAGS: MILITARY From: YMFY
i had pasta for dinner too. how about you?
obsessed with this song.
love this too. latvian...it explains things.
Your complex schemes may fall apart today for no apparent reason. You might even feel as if you can't maintain a clear perspective on what's happening now. But you are capable of doing nearly anything, as long as you concentrate on working with the resistance instead of against it. The more you fight what's in your way, the more strength you give it. Your flexibility makes you stronger and more resilient, like a willow tree that bends in the wind.
Get rad, do drugs, take a nap, do yoga in the skatepark. Yippie! Don't drink and dive. Snort love! Did you know this summer was the worst summer for teenage summer jobs on record? That's wuts up! Drop LSD in the kiddies lemonade stand lemonade. Do a cartwheel on a bed of rocks by the river.