September 19, 2016/ / MIX SERIES/ Comments: 4

photo: thom bleasdale

photo: thom bleasdale

If you follow Tommy Sandoval on Instagram, you know he’s serious about this reggae/dub stuff. And after curating Jenkem Mix 56 with a list of his favorite tunes, he texted us and mentioned that he actually had a couple of mixes that he mixed himself on two Gemini turntables a mixer and a CD recorder. Not only that, but to top it off, the mixes are all done with vinyl – no Serato or mp3s for ya, just wax. Of course, we were interested to hear more, so he sent over this lofi-ish mix for your listening pleasure. If you never really got into dub or reggae, this might be the spark you need, so bust out the bong and get lost in the vibezzz.

Stream it below, and, if you’re into it, make sure you download the mix here while you can.

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  1. bigBERD

    September 19, 2016 9:54 pm

    Praise Jah theres more!

  2. You can't spell "joy" without "free base"

    September 20, 2016 1:10 pm

    wow, another mix, but this time it’s bonus. Good job always changing your game jenkem. You ‘re so unpredictable.

  3. mark

    September 24, 2016 3:16 pm

    much appreciated! could anyone point a credit to the last song? dean blunt worked with the same instrumental if I remember right

  4. Donny

    February 19, 2018 12:32 am

    man, why dowload didnt work?

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