b&p mix 06

Brisbane’s Luke Foskey first came to our attention via Moving Me Up, his first officially released EP under his Young Edits production moniker. Showcasing four cuts of radiant, pop drenched house that blurred the boundaries between remix and edit, the EP topped the Juno charts, selling out its two vinyl pressings in just two weeks.

Since then Foskey has had two further edits released on the Kojak Giant Sounds label, one of which being a moody disco rework of Stevie Nicks‘ “Smiling At You” (a track to coax girls onto the floor if there ever was one). His work as a DJ is also garnering just as much attention as his productions, playing regularly as  Youth in his home town of Brisbane (where he recently supported French oddball Joakim), at various festivals in Sydney, not to mention gigs in London and NYC. In short: he is one to be on the look out for in the future.

Needless to say his mix for beats & pieces (tentatively titled “LoveTape Mixtape 2011”) hits the groovy, disco house spot superbly; even touching on some darker grooves in the latter half. Expect to hear two new remixes from his most recent Love Letters EP too – one of the late R&B singer Aaliyah and the other of post-dubstep turned pop prince James Blake.

b&p 06 : youth

Click play to stream or arrow on right hand side to download.

Check out past b&p mixes here.

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2 Responses to “b&p mix 06”


  1. 1 Anonymous October 20, 2011 at 2:53 AM

    radness in several ways. thank you.


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