Tribute Mixes

Tribute to MO’ WAX RECORDS – Selected by Phil Larochelle

Hip-Hop Beats

To coincide with the launch of the documentary celebrating the history of the legendary Mo’ Wax Records, we asked one of our favourite Montreal DJs, Phil Larochelle, to dive into the back catalogue and record a session consisting of his all-time favourites.

The imprint founded in 1992 by James Lavelle was home to the some of the forward-thinking genre-defying beats. From DJ Krush to DJ Shadow, Motorbass to Unkle, the label was a melting-pot of Jazz, Hip Hop, Breaks, Trip Hop, Electronica and whatever else artists felt like putting on a slice of wax.

Here we go, 80 minutes strictly for the HEADZ!


DJ Shadow – What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 1)
DJ Shadow – What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 1 – DJ Die Remix)
DJ Shadow – In/Flux
Roni Size & DJ Krust – Tribetoon
Dillinja – In The Mood
Dr. Octagon – Blue Flowers (Photek Remix)
DJ Krush – Only The Strong Survive (Dillinja Remix)
The Prunes – Mr. Jolly Lives Next Door
DJ Krush – Kemuri
Attica Blues – Blueprint (Photek Remix)
DJ Solo ft. J.T. – Pressure (Peshay Remix)
Rob D – Clubbed To Death (Peshay Remix)
Unkle – Celestial Annihilation
Andrea Parker – Melodius Thunk
La Funk Mob – Motorbass Get Phunked Up (Richie Hawtin Remix)
DJ Krush – A Whim
Beastie Boys – Flute Loop
Stereo MC’s – What Is Soul?
Attica Blues – 808 Song
Money Mark – Cry (Dust Brothers Remix)




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