The Epic Oldskool Journey mix series is my attempt to archive a period of music that I find particularly innovative, but also one that holds much sentimental value. The first two Journeys focused more on specific time periods – Part 1 being dominated by acid house, bleep and rave; Part 2 much more focused on UK breakbeat aka ‘ardcore. I also tried to limit both of those to more esoteric songs from my collection, although some floorfillers were included. Part 3, quite possibly the last of these, I dub the “anthem” episode, as it definintely has its share of crowd pleasers. I still included a good number of rarities from the vaults, but there is much more in the way of heavy hitters in this one. I hope you enjoy! –– Mojo
Mojo – An Epic Oldskool Journey III
Source: DJ Mojo
Dimensional Holophonic Sound – The House of God
World – Zultan
Brersoul – Truly Fantastic
Digital Excitation – Dream Party
Bizarre Inc – I’m Gonna Get You
Jambo – Drum Attack
Bizarre Inc – Raise Me
Dj Edge – Fl It
Fierce Ruling Diva – Rubb It In
Shut Up and Dance – The Green Man
Sykosis 451 – Hurricane
Trigger – Stratosphere
Eon – Spice
Eternal – Eternal
Messiah – There Is No Law
Raw Trax – Return Of the Redi
Altern 8 – Infiltrate
Southside Reverb – Use Your Tool
Human Resource – Dominator (Beltram Remix)
Pandemic – Slammin’
2 Bad Mice – Bombscare
Schedule 3 – Break You Down
DJ Phantasy and DJ Gemini – Never Try the Hippodrome
the Prodigy – Your Love
Rhythm Quest – Closer To All Your Dreams
Elevation – Can You Feel It
X-Men – Return of a Simple Song
Power-Pill – Pac-Man
LSDJ-e – Let the Rhythm Take You
1st Prodgect – Right Before
Carl COx – I Want You (Forever)
Aurora – Spectral Bass
Boyzland and Wagga T – Rock Da House
KZ1 – I know I can Make it
System X – Wind It Up
SL2 – DJ’s Take Control
Kicks Lke a Mule – The Bouncer
Psychotropic – Hypnosis (SL2 Remix)
Direckt – I Got Ya (Feeling)
Nu-Matic – Body Fusion
e.kude – Common Sensi
Nino – The Gun
Urban Shakedown – Some Justice
Phuture Assassins – Future Sound (2 Bad Mice Remix)
Acen – The Life and Crimes of a Rufffneck
the Prodigy – Out of Space
DMS – Vengeance
Manix – Let Your Mind Be Free
4 Hero – Journey From the Light
N-Joi – Drumstruck
The Moog – Rush Hour
Technosaurus – You Gave Me Nothing
Dj SS & EQ – Volume 1
Blame – Music Takes You (2 Bad Mice Remix)
DJ Edge – File 57
I.C.P. – Free and Equal (Leftfield Remix)
The Coma Kid – 1000 Feet
Jam and Spoon – Stella
Future Sound of London – Papua New Guinea
Bizarre Tracks – Sensory Delight
19 thoughts on “Mojo – An Epic Oldskool Journey III”
Hell yeah …. nice work Mojo in representing and thanks for the track-list.
THANK YOU SIMFONIK!
Awesome mix. Brought back a lot of memories. So much of the old school breakbeat, happy hardcore, “rave” stuff can start layering on the cheese pretty quick. This one stays away from that. Actually sent me on a hunt for a couple of these that I’d completely forgotten.
thanks from the bottom of my heart.
Thank you, brotha.
Big respect to Simfonik and Mojo!! THANK YOU!
Mojo- you are one hell of a dj.
best party I saw you at was at a Rollerink with the movie Akira’s motorcycle scene looping as the visuals- fat wall of sound and killer vibe.
Thanks for this upload simfonik!
Thank you everyone for the wonderful feedback and support. And a huge thanks to Simfonik for everything he’s done for all of us who appreciate the nostalgia and memories he has allowed to live on here. I will never forget my roots, nor the magic times that laid down those roots. Peace and light!
Joey, you are truly under rated/paid. last i checked there are DJs charging a grip for their tracks and even more for their mixes. you know, crap ass DJs like the ‘illSkra, and the dead mice… and a couple of pauls and teistacle.. you blow those wannaBjs off the dance floor…
my big issue is which epic mix is my favorite? unlike DX1-3 and all classic tapes from my collection. yours shit never gets old or played out!!! Un-fucken-believable. Cant wait for epic IV.
Thanks Adam. Really appreciate the kind words and all the support over the years.
Excellent Old Skool mix. Takes me back to 92. Love it. Got most of this stuff at Street Sounds on Melrose in the dayz!
The more I listen to this the more I hear you mixing and not just cutting over to the next track which was so prevalent in original techno (whatever genre) music. Great job!
Thanks Hans. I wonder if you’re the Hans I’m thinking of. If so, what’s up man? Been a minute. =)
Most likely! If it was a happenin’ we was a there!
Hans, are you the Hans I’m thinking of? Got me into DJ’ing?
What happened with all the updates?
Wow Joel you really didn’t miss a beat, you pretty much covered them all in this one.Very nice work. It would be even better if you had the mix mastered to bring out the original fidelity of that old wax.Please don’t misunderstand this is in no way a criticism.
Thanks for your hard work and devotion to a scene and sound we can only daydream about 20 years later.
Hi Milktoast, nice to hear from you and I appreciate the kind words. Thanks for the feedback; although, I did master the mix. Of course, mastering can be somewhat subjective, so I do not take it as criticism in the slightest. I’m very happy that you enjoyed it! Always good to hear from DJs that have stayed true and represented from back in the day. Respect to you. =)
Listening to this again. Busy on the decks. Nonstop action. Love it!
Zach, not sure. Possibly! Reference?