2012 Was a great year for music for this guy. Admittedly, I'll probably looks back and see this as the year of Jonny Jewel, whom you'll hear across several tracks. I've always been interested in the sort of breakneck speed that DJs like Girl Talk will mix, sort of creating a sonic tapestry of different styles that becomes its own thing. So that's what I went for here. The rules were: all music contained herein is stuff that I discovered in 2012, not necessarily released that year, though I try not to include too many throwbacks. Second rule is that I have to move on to the next song or mash as soon as possible, so most songs are not around for more than 2 minutes. The result is something that I think really represents my memory of 2012, music-wise. 45 tracks clocking in at nearly 2 hours. Although I arranged my track list by BPM, I didn't have a setlist in mind. I just had the intention of starting somewhere in the middle, around 95 bpm, going up till I maxed out and then dropping back to the mid nineties and dopping down from there. The ultimate song choices were made on the fly, no do-overs. Now the appologies. I'd say 3 out of every 4 tracks are mixed well. Then there's the odd transition that didn't work or beats that should have sunk up but befell a Traktor fail. Such is the raw-ness of playing live. Also, thanks again to lame soundcloud, a track has already been pulled, because I'm making BANK off this mix, and haters gonna hate. Shame, I really liked track 35 too.