Exclusive: Music For Summer: Splashine 5

abdullah-alhathran-splashine-5

The quintessential Summer compilation is here to sweep you off your feet. The Splashine series is the most downloaded of all compilations, it has been featured in magazines, blogs and played on national radio! Splashine 5 has been carefully crafted to fit this half-decade legacy of its sound. Staying true to its combination of soulful house, funk, acid jazz and downtempo roots.

This one goes back to basics and reflects on the first two parts of the series with great concentration on happy house and playful moods. This is designed to start off your Summer with a bang and be your loyal friend for ages to come. As per usual, we would love to hear your feedback.

:: Download Link ::

 

IMPORTANT: There is a possibility that we might stop putting up our compilations on the blog from now on. In order to keep getting the music, please join this little group: Nasser’s Mix Galore for future updates!

 

Exclusive: Music For May: Fetalia

fetaliaYou know how we always serve up the fun and giddy because it’s all you want, well in May and September we sometimes just do what we want. The summer months are filled with glee, so this is our last chance to take you on a moody trip before the beach takes over and your Vitamin D intake has you jumping off of walls (for the Northern Hemisphere, that is). Anyway, this one is probably one of our personal favorites and one that, if given a chance, can be yours. Of course, as always, give us your feedback. Back in the day we used to love the feedback, now it’s overwhelming, but still very welcome.

:: Download ::

IMPORTANT: There is a possibility that we might stop putting up our compilations on the blog from now on. In order to keep getting the music, please join this little group: Nasser’s Mix Galore for future updates!

 

Exclusive: Music For April: Gaypril 10

10 Years. 14 compilations a year. All playlists are hand-picked, sequenced and given artwork.  Different concepts, themes, reasons and moods. Ups and downs. Are you ready for more?” This is how the opening interlude introduces this compilation – the one that started it all. Ten years ago I sat down and made a plan to create a simple music compilation system that would satisfy all demographics and move away from my CD burner to a broader audience. What has become of it is not only a great brand, but also a craft that I have learned to hone through time.

This is the compilation that launched it all. The one that sought out to brighten some people’s days up and ended up being a series of 10 compilations through the years. 145 compilations later, here we are! You know we do this all for free, so you better be thankful and spread the word around. Some of y’all feed your iPods with this compilations every month, so it’s time to pay back a little.

Exclusive: Music For March: Urempire

urempire

We are three months into the year and it has proven to be a festive time for music. This third installation of compilations of the year is in keeping with the other two – varied, catchy, inconsistent and packed with great songs, if we me say so ourselves. The next one’s is going to commemorate our 10 years of doing these mixes, so it’s going to be a big party/dance album as usual, this one is just your regular run-of-the-mill mixes with hidden gems for you to explore. Tell us what you think of Urempire.

:: Download ::

Alternative link :: Download ::

To get the compilations and mixes directly to your Facebook feed, join Nasser’s Mix Galore

Exclusive: Music For February: Febulous

febulous-editedHere comes the hodgepodge. The new music is here, obviously released on the same day as the leak of a certain highly-awaited single. This one is a mixture of mixtures. The kind of compilation that has everything on it, yet something for everyone. It’s called Febulous boringly because it came out in February and it’s fabulous. Yes. The artwork was done by Kookeejeejoh and features him on the cover. Anyway, tell us what you think.

 :: Download ::

 

Exclusive: Music For January: Severoa

severoaIt’s a new year and a new day, therefore we have to start afresh. This year we are going to try to stray away from the concept compilations (aside from the popular ones) and just deliver the best of every month in a little package that you will love byte by byte. Severoa is just that, a playlist that has been looping on our iPod for the past month during a long vacation. The mix is titled Severoa, in keeping with my new year’s resolution to “sever all bad ties and concentrate on the good.” So, there. The photograph for the cover of the compilation was taken by Jana AlNaqeeb from TheGeneralist.me. Enjoy and tell us what you think!

:: Download ::

Alternative links :: Download ::