Welcome to Deepblak Mixes. Here you will find mixes from Deepblak camp and Fam representing a broad cross section of sounds. Check back regularly as we are always adding old mixes along with the new ones.
Aybee provided us with our 101st exclusive podcast, an intimate collection of past and future Deepblak classics that will slowly rush over you like a rising tide.
i-D Mag | D-i-Y Records: Deepblak mix |Aug. 2011
Promoting stillness through sound, Deepblak Recordings is the visionary label releasing left-of-field soundscapes and entering subliminal voids with their omnipotent rhythm.
JGM 65 – AYBEE | Nov. 2010
Short little mix I did for man Cez and his Just Good Music (JGM) podcasts series on Popyourfunk.com. Really just a recorded practice session that came off pretty good. Deep moody stuff. – Enjoy
Beyondjazz | Spotlight on AYBEE Mix | May 09
Last week Mr. Armon Bazile dropped his long awaited Aybee debut album. He has been producing and releasing tunes since the early 00’s though, so the time was right to have a look back at the man’s impressive discography so far. Over the years Aybee definitely managed to craft his own sound – whether he be making techno, broken beat of hiphop, it always shines through. Download (212 mb) | Playlist
Featured Mix: DJ Damon Bell | Spring 09 Mix
The ever talented Producer/DJ/Tastemaker Damon Bell delivers a taste of the smoothness that has become synonymous with his live sets. A nice mix of tempos and grooves for the headspace.
AYBEE – The Blakout Podcast #2 | Sept 2008
1st Mix in almost a year. This Mix is very moody…and pitch Deep. Recorded after a pretty hectic sequence of events. I had attempted several times since the 1st Podcast to put this one together, but I quickly realized that I cannot do mixes just to do it….I have to feel something…So with that said….Enjoy. Featuring music from: Carl Craig, Trinidadian Deep, Jeff Samuel, Akiko Kiyama, and Simbad. Download
AYBEE – The Blakout Podcast #1 | Oct 2007
The 1st of AYBEE’s Blakout podcast featuring soul past, present, and future. Featuring music from: George Benson, Airto, Afrikan Sciences, Savanah, and Erik Rico.
Mix done for the Headphone Headlights show on Redbull Music Academy Radio. Featuring the sounds of: Lonnie Liston Smith, Ron Trent, Seal, Shur-I-Kan, and Erik Rico.
Aybee Radio Got Soul Mix | Nov. 2006
Mix done for London Based Selecta Mickey Blanco’s former Radio Gotsoul Visions show. Featuring the sounds of: Alice Smith, Atjazz, Wayne Gardiner, Ron Trent/Robert Owens, and Osunlade.
Afrikan Sciences | Deepblak mix – Products of Forever | October 2006
Resident Beatsmix Afrikan Sciences puts together some flavas for the sons of the Camelwalk slang. – Download
The fabled Fo Fo Mix Series done for the old Prescriptionworld.org site.
Aybee FoFo Sessions 4 | March 2007
Aybee FoFo Sessions 3 | Oct 2006
FoFo Sessions #3. Featuring the sounds of: Passion Dance Orchestra, AYBEE, Floetry, Afrikan Sciences, and King Shakira.
Aybee FoFo Sessions 2 | Jan 2006
FoFo Sessions #2. Featuring the sounds of: IG Culture, Ron Trent, Jazzanova, Robert Strauss, and Osunlade.
Aybee FoFo Sessions 1 | Nov 2005
The 1st of the now defunct FoFo Sessions. Has become a sentimental favorite, and sort of a cult classic. Featuring the sounds of: Laurentius, Francois K., Trinidadian Deep, Peven Everett, Jill Scott, and Ron Trent.
Aybee Live At Nulife | Oct 2003
Many of my former Nulife SF Fam still tell me today that this is one of their favorite mixes. That means alot to me coming from a very talented, and esteemed group of selecta’s. I will never forget putting on Marc Dorsey’s “People in Search of A Life”, and Patrick Wilson saying “Wait 1 minute…start over let me make sure I record this”…I am so glad that he captured the moment. Hope u enjoy.
Aybee Live At Nulife | July 2003
This mix is truly special to me. My 1st time playing live at the well fabled NULIFE Party in SF. This mix represents the openess that the Nulife Fam represented. A special group of music lovers, and aficionados that came together to create a vibe that I still continue to seek to this day.
I remember getting on for the 1st time, and putting on my 1st record. People were looking at me like I had just shot someone. I thought to myself uh oh… Then someone came to the booth, and was like “Yo!! What the hell is this? This song is Beautiful.” It is very very hard to find a gathering where people will roll with you musically no matter what emotional space your in. Nulife is, and will always serve as an intricate influence on the way I approach things DJ wise. A truly magical, and influential set of years. I hope you enjoy the mix.