Document One – Buygore Mix September 12th 2012

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To coincide with the release of the first half of their two part EP “D Is For Document One”, Document One and Buygore released this heavy 40 minute dubstep mix featuring some of the best old and new tracks from themselves, Modestep, Borgore, etc.


Body Pump (D is for Document One) – Document One
Under the sun – Document One
Rising Higher – Document One
Kicks snares and brehs ft Maksim -
Already Lost Ft Tigerlight – Document One
Forgive me – Document One
Moving Together ft Tigerlight & Maksim – Document One
Stay – Document One
Ace in the pack ft Maksim – Document One
Decisions – Borgore (Document One remix)
Flex ft shay – Borgore (Document One remix)
Shouting from a mountain ft Linguistics – Document One
Tears – Document One
Hurricane – Document One & Helicopter showdown
Cold world – Virus Syndicate ft Document One
The feeling – Document One
Prayin for silence – Modestep & Document One
Clap – Document One
Wanna be with you – Document One
Roll it up inhale ft Shay – Document One

Document One:

“Since their debut performance in early 2009, Document One, a duo comprised of producers Matt King and Joe Froud has risen rapidly to become a serious force within the fast developing Dubstep scene. They have received huge support from such heavy weights of the genre as Borgore, Bar 9, Excision and Datsik to name just a few.

The pair’s production never disappoints a dance floor even when played alongside the most cutting edge sounds. Tunes by Document One have featured in sets from DJ’s such as Torques, Twist, Statelapse, Vaski, Borgore, Downlink and Crissy Criss. The list goes on. With their style sitting comfortably between the filthiest side of Dubstep made popular by producers such as Chasing Shadows, and the more upbeat/ jump up style heard from artists such as Funtcase, their tunes have become an essential part of DJ sets from many of the scenes biggest names. When reviewing Document One’s first release, well known producer Tomba said “as Filthy as it comes, Phasing wobbles stretching the stereo limit and modulations that’ll make you throw up – all that accompanied by a wicked MC – making this tune one of the best filthy, yet hit-mainstream-material I’ve heard in the past 6 months”.”