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Basement Jaxx Live Classics, House & Electronica DJ-Sets Compilation (1997 - 2014)

Basement Jaxx Live Classics, House & Electronica DJ-Sets Compilation (1997 - 2014)

Basement Jaxx Live Classics, House & Electronica DJ-Sets Compilation (1997 - 2014)

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Basement Jaxx (1997 - 2014)
Live Classics & Electronica DJ Sets Compilation

23 Live DJ-Sets + 28 Hours of Music

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We have put together this Quality Collection of Electronica DJ-Sets which offers the buyer a great chance to purchase this fantastic series of DJ Sets from one of the best Electronica DJ's all in one Convenient Affordable DJ-Sets Compilation

The DJ-Sets can easily be used on your Home Entertainment System, In-Car MP3 Player, Home PC / Apple Mac, Apple iPod / iPhone / iPad, Portable Music Player or Tablet and through your Smart TV or DJ Equipment using the USB Drive option, so you have a huge variety of different devices in which you can play our DJ-Set Compilations, regardless of whether you are at home, in the car, or the train or on the move. 

 

Compilation Listing

Basement Jaxx - Live @ Forum in London (2001) - 30 Mins
Basement Jaxx - Live @ WLS, Space in Ibiza (02-01-04) – 45 Mins
Basement Jaxx - Live Radio 1 Essential Mix (17.10.99) - 2 Hours
Basement Jaxx - Live Radio 1 Essential Mix (23.09.01) - 2 Hours
Basement Jaxx - Live Radio 1 Essential Mix (16.11.97) - 2 Hours
Basement Jaxx - Live on Breezeblock (06.06.99) – 1 Hour
Basement Jaxx - Live @ Homelands 2002 (02.06.02) – 15 Mins
Basement Jaxx - Live @ Big City Beats (26.08.06) – 1 Hour
Basement Jaxx - Live @ Glastonbury 2005 (26.05.05) – 75 Mins
Basement Jaxx - Live @ IMF 2006 (07.10.06) – 75 Mins
Basement Jaxx - Live @ In New Music We Trust (30.11.06) – 1 Hour
Basement Jaxx - Live @ Summadayze 2007 (01.01.07) – 1 Hour
Basement Jaxx - Live @ Maxima Mix Sessions (11.03.07) – 75 Mins
Basement Jaxx - Live @ The Wireless (19.02.07) – 1 Hour
Basement Jaxx - Live @ Cafe Mambo in Ibiza (18.09.09) – 2 Hours
Basement Jaxx - Live @ Lowlands Festival (18.08.07) – 1 Hour
Basement Jaxx - Live on Radio 1 (28.10.09) – 2 Hours
Basement Jaxx - Live @ N-Joy in The Mix (06.11.09) – 1 Hour
Basement Jaxx - Live on JJJ Mixup in Sydney (30.01.10) - 1 Hour
Basement Jaxx - Live @ EDC 2010 in LA (25.06.10) - 90 Mins
Basement Jaxx - Live on Radio 1 (06.09.13) - 2 Hours
Basement Jaxx - Live @ 1LIVE Rocker (24.08.14) - 1 Hour
Basement Jaxx - Live @ Notting Hill in London (25.11.14) - 1 Hour


 Artists Profile

 

Current Location :: London, UK 

Real Names :: Felix Buxton & Simon Ratcliffe

Music Genres :: Electronica, House 

 

 

 

 

Basement Jaxx started in Brixton, South London in 1994, where they held a regular night club called Rooty, the namesake of their second artist album. In 1999, the group released their first full length album, Remedy to wide acclaim. Remedy includes the single "Red Alert", which was featured in the film Bend It Like Beckham and commercials including Nickelodeon and Coca-Cola. Other singles on this album were "Jump N' Shout", "Bingo Bango" and "Rendez Vu", which is Basement Jaxx's highest UK chart entry to date at number 4. Basement Jaxx also released Jaxx Unreleased, a compilation of b-sides, remixes and other assorted material, in 1999.

Their next full length album, 2001's Rooty included singles "Romeo", "Jus 1 Kiss", "Where's Your Head At", "Do Your Thing" and "Get Me Off". The music video for album opener "Romeo" is an homage to the Bollywood film style. "Where's Your Head At" became a huge international hit in 2002, also known for its inclusion on the Tomb Raider soundtrack, and is perhaps Basement Jaxx's best known song, with a video praised by Mixmag as the best dance music video ever made. Xxtra Cutz was released shortly after Rooty, containing b-sides from this album's singles.

2003 brought Basement Jaxx's third full length album, Kish Kash, which included contributions from Lisa Kekaula (of the Bellrays), Me'shell Ndegeocello, grime MC Dizzee Rascal, Totlyn Jackson, JC Chasez, Siouxsie Sioux (of Siouxsie & the Banshees), and Phoebe. From this album, the tracks "Lucky Star", "Good Luck", and "Plug It In" were released as singles. The track "Good Luck" was re-released in 2004, after exposure from being the theme to BBC's Euro 2004 coverage, and was also featured in the soundtrack of Just Married and Appleseed, an anime film released in 2004. Kish Kash was recognized the following year at the 47th Grammy awards, winning Buxton and Ratcliffe the inaugural Best Electronic/Dance Album award.

In 2005, the duo released the #1 compilation The Singles along with a video collection on DVD, comprising all the singles from their previous three albums, some earlier releases (featured on Atlantic Jaxx Recordings: A Compilation), and two new tracks, "Oh My Gosh" and "U Don't Know Me", which were both released as singles. The video for "U Don't Know Me" featured a drunken, carousing and violent Queen Elizabeth II lookalike and was banned from daytime rotation on MTV. The Singles (Special Edition) was also released, which contained the original compilation along with a bonus disc entitled Bonus Traxx, containing many previously-unreleased tracks, as well as remixes of existing Basement Jaxx songs. The duo appeared as a headline act on the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury Festival in 2005 when Kylie Minogue was forced to pull out after being diagnosed with cancer. Basement Jaxx played with a live band made up of artists who recorded the album. Drumtech trained Nathan 'Tugg' Curran was on drums for Glastonbury and the tour (2005 to Present).

Their fourth studio album, Crazy Itch Radio, was released on September 4, 2006 in the UK, simultaneously with its first single, "Hush Boy". The album features guest vocals by Dragonette frontwoman Martina Sorbara (credited as "Martina Bang"), Lily Allen and Robyn. After the release of "Hey U" as a single in March 2007, they will begin work on their fifth album, which may be released on Atlantic Jaxx Recordings. In 2006 Basement Jaxx were also one of the support acts for Robbie Williams on his 'Close Encounters' tour

In addition to their own work, Basement Jaxx have become in-demand remixers. Their more prominent work includes "4 My People" by Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, "Like I Love You" by Justin Timberlake and "She Wants to Move" by N*E*R*D. Sophie Ellis-Bextor, as well as Garold Marks, have stated they are fans and would like to collaborate with Basement Jaxx in the future.

The duo were invited to write an exclusive piece of music to accompany a work of art they admired in London's Tate Modern museum. Karel Appel's "Hip, Hip, Hoorah!" ended up being the inspiring work. The work is not available for sale but can be listened to in the gallery or its official site. In 2007, their track "Close Your Eyes" was featured in the Japanese CGI anime movie, Vexille.

On spring 2009, Buxton revealed in a BBC Radio 1 broadcast that Basement Jaxx's forthcoming album Scars was completed and being mastered. Buxton stated that the tracks include guest appearances by Yoko Ono, Santigold, Lightspeed Champion and Yo! Majesty.[4] The band was also interested in getting Grace Jones to add vocals to the new album. The album was released in September 2009. The first single "Raindrops" preceded in June 2009. According to Portvaleonline, Basement Jaxx are behind a bid to invest in Port Vale Football Club.


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