Everyone loves a good edit. Huge in the disco, deep house, and UKG scenes, bootleg edits are everywhere and there are a lot of bad ones. I'm pretty particular, but have curated a nice batch for you here, but they generally go quickly. Quit trying to play those garbage 128kbps soundcloud rips and step up to one of these on wax.
...somewhere between 'dark garage' era Armand Van Helden, two-step and 4/4 London garage. It's big, bold and guaranteed to get dancefloors going.
Ethereal Gregorian chants across A-side, B-side takes a 180 with a top notch "Back 2 Life" edit and what sounds like the chants from the A-side played in reverses for "There's A Devil Inside Me"
East End Edits never disappoint. This one is a roller of a Peggy Lee "Fever" edit.
Two killer breaks-based edits. You might have heard me play the Monday Blu edit in sets, but also the Break The Planet is a dope take on Bambaataa's "Planet Rock"
The DAZE series puts a fresh new spin on some cheeky prog, houses & trance classics. The newest Summer Daze (DAZE04) sold out instantly but more on the way. In the meantime, we still have the fresh sounding DAZE01 on SALE feat edits of EBTG's massive hit and a sneaky soulful sample from a certain Smooth Operator.