Monday, January 02, 2012

JW's Favorite iPhone & iPad Applications Of 2011

The year of 2011 was a fascinating time to be an app consumer.  As the iOS platform has continued to mature, the quality of apps has steadily increased.  Just perusing the App Store is becoming a sort of leisure activity, and the offerings available are becoming an integral part of daily life.

As I've done the previous three years (2008, 2009, 2010), I've reflected upon my own app usage and come up with the selection of apps I find myself launching most frequently.  Below I've categorized them between iPhone & iPad.

iPhone Apps

Most Used iPhone Apps

This app is my information fire hose.  I start every morning catching up on the news with CNN on the living room TV, a cup of coffee in my right hand, and my iPhone in my left hand consuming RSS feeds via the Reeder app.  This is the most efficient information consumption mechanism I've ever encountered.

Tweetbot is the app from which I almost exclusively update. Better than Twitter's first-party iOS app, Tweetbot is fast to load, easy to navigate, and leverages the design aesthetic that made the app's developer, Tapbots, famous with Weightbot.

My life revolves around Gmail, both for personal email & work email.  Although the Gmail iOS app is little more than a web view of Gmail's mobile site in a native app wrapper, it's still great to quickly apply labels to new messages and for quickly searching email archives.

Remember The Milk
Not since I had the Franklin Covey task management software on my Palm IIIxe have I run my life so thoroughly through productivity software as I have with Remember The Milk.  Although I do most of my task entry into Remember The Milk through the Google Chrome TaskMilk extension, the iPhone app is indispensable for reminding me to complete tasks via its Push Notifications.

At the beginning of 2011, the Facebook iPhone app had become nearly unusable. It was plagued by crashes and endless loading sequences.  However, with version 4.0 the app became significantly more stable and actually a pleasure to use.  In December's 4.2 update, the app gained access to Facebook's Timeline feature, and became even more compelling.

Google Voice
Essentially replacing the Phone app & Messages app built into iOS, Google Voice is my communications hub on the iPhone.  While the Google Voice service isn't for everyone, I've bought into the system 100%, and love the flexibility it provides me to triage calls & texts from my iPhone, iPad, Mac, & PC.

iPhone Apps I Began Using More Frequently In 2011

These are apps that I had on my iPhone prior to 2011, but didn't start using frequently until 2011.

This app renewed my interest in casual photography.  It's also encouraged me to focus on quality over quantity when it comes to snapping pictures.

On a normal day, I'm likely to interact with 5 different devices to which my Dropbox account is linked. This app is like my window into my daily file-related activity.

If you want to consolidate any miscellaneous information you may need to recall in a searchable tool, Evernote cannot be beat.  I take photos of everything from business cards to product manuals and have it instantly searchable within the Evernote app.  This is like my outsourced memory.

While I don't do my initial reading of ebooks on the Kindle iPhone app, it's proven very useful for reference and searching purposes.  The hundreds of books on my bookshelves behind me have information physically locked inside.  For books I have in my Kindle app, that information is always with me and searchable.

ESPN ScoreCenter
I'd been a very vocal advocate of Sportacular as the preeminent iPhone sports app until mid 2011.  It just became too unreliable with score Push Notifications.  Enter iOS 5 in the Fall of 2011 with its Notification Center feature, and suddenly the ESPN ScoreCenter app with its very customizable Push Notifications became an attractive replacement for Sportacular.  While I don't launch ScoreCenter frequently, I find the app's frequent Push Notifications indispensable.

Amazon Mobile
I use Amazon to buy random items the same way I used Wal-Mart 3 years ago.  It's just more convenient, and usually more economical, to order an item and have it shipped to my house than it would be to drive to the store and purchase it in person.  The Amazon app has become my primary retail entry point as a result.

Favorite New iPhone Apps of 2011

BMW Connected
This app allows my iPhone to become the brain of my car. I launch this app, lock my iPhone, then plug it into the dock in the center console of my 328i. As a result, I'm able to get Facebook & Twitter updates on my car's iDrive navigation screen, listen to streaming radio stations via my iPhone's data connection, and see upcoming events on my calendar without ever having to divert my eyes to the iPhone's screen.

JotNot Scanner Pro
Although I'm a big proponent of Fujitsu's ScanSnap scanners for high-quality bulk scanning, JotNot has proven to be my most used scanning tool when I need to get a scanned document to someone fast. It creates PDFs using the iPhone's camera, and then allows easy export to Dropbox, Evernote, Google Docs, and email.

Find My Friends
Similar to Google Latitude, Find My Friends allows you to see the current location of your close friends & family on a map in real time.  My wife & I find this is a less intrusive way of finding each other around the greater Houston area during any given work day than text messages or phone calls.

Truthfully, I need another social network in my life like I need a hole in my head.  However, Path looks & feels so cool, that I've found myself launching it to update my status just to experience the UI & UX in the app.  The menu animation alone is justification to download the app.

Similar to Rdio & Spotify, MOG allows you to stream a library of 14 million songs from a giant jukebox in the cloud, without having to sync over music to your device. I started using MOG as a research exercise as my company was developing a similar streaming music app called DeliRadio. In November, MOG announced a new version of their iPhone app which supported the BMW Apps standard to display app data on your automobile's iDrive system.  This catapulted MOG to the top of my preferred streaming radio apps, by virtue of the amount of time I spent in my car each week.  MOG has a great library of electronica albums, too.

In 2011, I ramped up my business development efforts for my company, and became more active in the Houston & New Orleans tech communities.  As a result, my desk has a stack of 100+ business cards sitting on it, which does me no good when I'm away from my desk.  CardMunch allows me to quickly scan these business cards by taking a photo of each, and then automatically connect with the person via LinkedIn.

iPad Apps

My week starts each Monday leading our company's morning standup.  I use Evernote to compile and display the agenda for that meeting, and I can quickly toggle between notes while standing in front of a room of people thanks to this app.

This is how I've read 90% of my books in the past 20 months.  I like the fact I can be in my living room recliner, with the lights off, and still read. And while I was always hesitant to write in or highlight physical books, I find myself doing many annotations within my Kindle library.

While I don't compose many tweets within the iPad Twitter app, I do find myself reading tweets primarily through this app, especially in the evenings.  The horizontally sliding paned view pioneered in this app really set the design trend in motion in 2011.

GV Mobile+
When I've zapped all the juice on my iPhone and have it on its charger, I can still compose & respond to SMS messages on my iPad via this app.  During football season, this was my primary messaging tool while watching games on my couch.

Although I don't use this multiple times each day like I do with the Reeder iPhone app, when I have some down time to catch up on RSS feeds, this app still can't be beat for reading news on your iPad.  Flipboard is sexy, but Reeder is both elegant & efficient.

This was the most glaring omission from the iPad app library prior to its eventual release in October 2011.  The 18 month wait was worth it, though.  Much like the Twitter iPad app, there's no better way to read your Facebook news feed than via the Facebook iPad app.  I find myself looking at photos posted on Facebook much more frequently thanks to this app, too.

Remember The Milk
Another app that was late to the iPad party, but like the Facebook iPad app, this one has rewarded patient Remember The Milk users.  As has been the theme with other iPad apps I've listed here, I don't compose many tasks within the Remember The Milk iPad app, but I do use it heavily for viewing my task lists when doing my weekly planning on Sundays for the upcoming week.

If I'm in a meeting where a laptop isn't practical to use, this note taking & audio recording app is my go to solution.  What's novel about SoundNote is that it maps your typing action to a time-stamped audio recording of the meeting.  That allows you to tap any point in your typed notes and be taken directly to the point in the audio recording so you can glean additional context.  Then you can export the notes & audio via Dropbox or email if you want to transfer them back to your laptop. This has proven to be extremely effective when I'm leading client meetings.

LogMeIn Ignition
I have 7 different computers in 3 different cities on which I have the LogMeIn software installed.  This allows me to remotely login to those computers and then control them as if I was sitting in front of them. Thanks to the LogMeIn Ignition app, I can do this all from my iPad.  Inevitably I need to do this once or twice a week, so it's become an important tool in my personal & professional workflow.  If you're new to LogMeIn, I recommend checking out their new LogMeIn iPad app.  It's free instead of the $99.99 LogMeIn now charges for their Ignition app.  The free app doesn't have all the functionality of Ignition, but gives you likely all you'll need as a casual user.

History of Jazz
To end the 2011 list, I wanted to highlight perhaps the coolest & most educational app I have on my iPad.  The History of Jazz is what you'd imagine an interactive textbook from the future would look and feel like.  It allows the user to navigate jazz artists and subgenres from the past 120 years, listening to full songs in each of the styles and showing how and why the musical genre evolved. Even if you know nothing about jazz, you'll enjoy the fluidity of navigation and the ability to read, listen, and watch all the content referenced without ever leaving the app.  As a bonus, the app is AirPlay enabled, so you can stream video content to your TV if you're on a Wi-Fi network with an Apple TV connected.  This app really shows the kind of artistic innovation the iPad platform allows, and I'm truly excited to see other apps in this vein come to the App Store over the next few years.


Hopefully you were introduced to some new apps as a result of reading this post.  Check back this time next year for my 2012 picks.

If you enjoy staying abreast of what's happening in the mobile space, I encourage you to check out my posts on the ChaiONE blog and follow my regular updates on Twitter.  Have a great 2012!

JW's Favorite Essential Mixes of 2011

2011 saw me spending more time in my car than ever before. I commute 39 miles each way to & from the office, so I've got plenty of time in any given week to catch up on the latest music.

The year's offerings on the Essential Mix were solid, and as I've done the past two years, I've compiled a list of my 10 favorite mixes from the roster of 50+.

Below you'll find the rankings, tracklists, and download links for each of my top 10.  Grab them all and start your 2012 with some of the best tunes of the past year.

#1 - Robert Babicz Essential Mix 2011-03-26
Genre: Progressive House

1. Robert Babicz – Intro
2. James Zabiela – Blame (Robert Babicz Remix) [Hope]
3. Robert Babicz – Insider [Unsigned]
4. Robert Babicz – Take It Deep [Bangbang]
5. Robert Babicz – Nektar [Babiczstyle]
6. Hardfloor – Acperience (Robert Babicz Remix)
7. Robert Babicz – From Manchester To Newcastle [Babiczstyle]
8. Robert Babicz – Vibrating Heart Toy [Babiczstyle]
9. Robert Babicz – Tblisi Reprise [Systematic]
10. Davi – Black Rock City (Robert Babicz Remix) [Subtract]
11. Robert Babicz – Slide Away [Intec]
12. Robert Babicz – Darkroom [Babiczstyle]
13. Robert Babicz – Merak [Systematic]
14. Robert Babicz – Remote Kiss (Explosive Bolts Remix) [Babiczstyle]
15. Stephan Helm – Taste (Robert Babicz Remix)
16. Eduardo Moises & Parlange – Lamb Sky (Robert Babicz Remix)
17. Robert Babicz – Beautiful Night [Subtract]
18. Robert Babicz – Dark Flower (Joris Voorn Remix / Babiczstyle Live Re-Edit) [Audiomatique]
19. Denis A – Cuba (Robert Babicz Sunshine Remix)
20. Robert Babicz – Two Colours [Bedrock]
21. Robert Babicz – Hamburg [Babiczstyle]
22. Robert Babicz – Warm Rain [Babiczstyle]
23. Robert Babicz – Pink Trees Reprise [Bedrock]

#2 - Paul Kalkbrenner Essential Mix 2011-07-30
Genre: Techno

Paul Kalkbrenner – Des Stabes Reuse [Paul Kalkbrenner Musik]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Dockyard [BPitch Control]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Kleines Bubu [Paul Kalkbrenner Musik]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Bengang [BPitch Control]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Moob [BPitch Control]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Gutes Nitzwerk [Paul Kalkbrenner Musik]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Europa (Dub Remix) [Normal]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Castanets [BPitch Control]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Sagte Der Bär [Paul Kalkbrenner Musik]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Der Senat [Paul Kalkbrenner - Der Senat]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Böxig Leise [Paul Kalkbrenner Musik]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Azure [BPitch Control]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Kruppzeug [Paul Kalkbrenner Musik]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Torching [Minimaxima]
Paul Kalkbrenner – The Grouch [Paul Kalkbrenner]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Press On (Joris Voorn Remix) [BPitch Control]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Schnakeln [Paul Kalkbrenner Musik]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Tatü Tata [Paul Kalkbrenner]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Schmökelung [Paul Kalkbrenner Musik]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Jestrüpp [Paul Kalkbrenner Musik]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Torted [BPitch Control]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Square 1 [BPitch Control]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Altes Kamuffel [BPitch Control]
Michel Cleis – La Mezcla (Paul Kalkbrenner Remix) [Strictly Rhythm]
Paul Kalkbrenner – Pletcher
Paul Kalkbrenner – Gebrünn Gebrünn [BPitch Control]

#3 - Derrick Carter Essential Mix 2011-06-04
Genre: House

John Legend – Rolling In The Deep [Unreleased]
Scrubfish – Holla If You Came To Funk [Flapjack]
Anhanguera – Hot Jazz In Ya Face [Unreleased]
Jeff Service – Feel Different [Unreleased]
Robb Swinga – Sax Addict [Union Recordings]
Scrubfish – Improv Blue [Cabbie Hat]
Jeff Dougler & Balu – Get Back Alley Cat [Unreleased]
Tommy Largo & Trevor Vichas – Come To Swing [Cabbie Hat]
Tibi Fratila – Track 8 [Unreleased]
Jeremy Joshua – Thinking About Your Face [Sampled Detroit]
Paul C & Paolo Martini – Mirame [Paul's Boutique]
Jeff Dougler & Balu – Get High [Unreleased]
Jeff Service – Spitshine Tommie [Unreleased]
DJ Phase – Jazzy Ride [Unreleased]
Arado & Den Ishu – R.U.W.M. [All Inn Unlimited]
Don Sizzle – Same Old Story [Unreleased]
Exit – Holdin’ On [Exit Enterprises]
David Duriez – The Circle Theory [Ryzms]
Tibi Fratila – Track 6 [Unreleased]
Jeff Dougler & Balu – Holding Up [Unreleased]
The Muthafunkaz – Gotta Hold On Me [Code Red]
Blu Cantrell – Swingin (N.A.F. Remix) [White Label]
Joey Negro & Gramophonedzie – No Sugar [Z Records]
Belle Epoque – Miss Broadway (Kane Ian Remix) [Unreleased]
Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee – Get Some [Editorial]

#4 - Dimitri from Paris Essential Mix 2011-03-19
Genre: House

Pet Shop Boys – Left To My Own Devices (Frankie Knuckles Orchetsrated Devices & Royal Piano Remixes) [EMI]
Hercules and Love Affair – My House (Tensnake Remix) [Moshi Moshi]
Deuce & Satin – Hyper [Music Village Records]
Doug Lazy – Let It Roll [Atlantic]
KC Flightt – Let’s Get Jazzy (Dope Dub Mix) [TMT records]
MFSB Vs Grand Master Flash – The Message (S-Man Relative Funk Re-Edit) [CDR]
Ashford & Simpson – Don’t Cost You Nothing (Leftside Wobble Re-Edit) [CDR]
Drop Out Orchestra – Polish Our Act [Drop Out Records]
TPO – Hiroshi’s Dub (Milos Garage Dub’s Dub) [File Records]
Professor Funk & The House Brothers – Work Your Body Rap [Underground]
First Choice – Let No Man Put Asunder (Walter Gibbons Remix) [Salsoul]
AJELLO – Chocolate Black Leather (feat. Hard Ton) (Original) [DWADK]
Tyson – Die On The Dancefloor (Extended) [Backyard]
Purple Flash – We Can Make It (Vocal) [JDC records]
Electronic – Getting Away With It [Factory]
Inner City – Watcha Gonna Do With My Lovin’ (Frankie Knuckles & David Morales Def Mix) [Ten]
Lovebird – Lovethang (Jamie Bull Mash Up Re-Edit) [CDR]
Robert Owens – Hearts And Soul [Compost]
Sinnamon – I Need You Now (Moplen Re-Edit) [CDR]
Dimitri From Paris & DJ Rocca Present Erodiscotique – Reason For Living (feat. Fred Ventura) [Gomma]
The Human League – Never Let Me Go (Aeroplane Remix) [Wall Of Sound]
Sare Havlicek – Dreams In Light (Ray Mang Attakshak Mix) [Nang Records]
Tribute – We Love Dreams (Rocco Raimundo Edit GW Re-Touch) [Tribute]
Chic – I Want Your Love (Dimitri From Paris Remix) [Atlantic]
Norma Jean Wright – Saturday (Dimitri From Paris Remix) [Atlantic]

#5 - Alan Fitzpatrick Essential Mix 2011-11-12
Genre: Progressive House

01. Adam Beyer – No Rain (Joel Mull After Rain Dub Mode Remix) [Truesoul]
02. Silicone Soul – 3am (Maetrik Jazzerize Remix) [Soma]
03. Adam Beyer & Alan Fitzpatrick – Tor [Drumcode]
04. Tim Xavier – Cold Fresh Air [Clink]
05. Adam Beyer – Twist [Truesoul]
06. Gary Beck – Paid Out [BEK Audio]
07. Nicole Moudaber – Contents Of My Head [Drumcode]
08. The Advent & Jason Fernandez – Rocket Science [Drumcode]
09. Alan Fitzpatrick – Running Backwards [Drumcode]
10. Alan Fitzpatrick – Always Something For Nothing [Unreleased]
11. Echo Vacio – Blurred Vision (Tom Hades Remix) [Rhythm Converted]
12. Gregor Tresher – At The Fall Of Night [Drumcode]
13. Alan Fitzpatrick – Mohawk [Unreleased]
14. Jesper Dahlbäck – No Control [Drumcode]
15. Adam Beyer – Dot [Truesoul]
16. Joseph Capriati – Spring Sprouts [Unrilis]
17. Grindvik & Billie – Hold, DouBT, Back [Drumcode]
18. Adam Beyer – Flap [Truesoul]
19. Dave Ellesmere – Standing In Line (On/Off Edit) [Unreleased]
20. Nihad Tule & Bauri – Nudge [Drumcode LTD]
21. Roberto Capuano – Oblique [Drumcode]
22. Gary Beck – Feel It [BEK Audio]
23. Rich Jones – Asshai [8 Sided Dice]
24. Alan Fitzpatrick – The Showgirl [Unreleased]
25. Adam Beyer & Alan Fitzpatrick – Human Reason [Drumcode]
26. Ben Sims – Make That Sh*t Funk [Drumcode]
27. Alan Fitzpatrick – Eyes Wide Open [Unreleased]
28. Alan Fitzpatrick – Gridlock (Speedy J Remix) [Unreleased]
29. Gesloten Cirkel – Yamagic (Alan Fitzpatrick Edit) [Unreleased]
30. Mike Huckaby – The Tresor Track [Tresor]
31. Roberto Capuano – Invaders Are Back (Alan Fitzpatrick Remix) [DFR]
32. Sian – Beta Decay (Alan Fitzpatrick Remix) [Octopus]
33. Gary Beck – Distant [Drumcode]
34. Alan Fitzpatrick – Moon Palace (Drums) [Bedrock]
35. Peter Van Hoesen – Axis Mundi (Berghain5) [Ostgut Ton]

#6 - Sharam Essential Mix 2011-05-14
Genre: Progressive House

Madli (In My Arms)
Luca Bacchetti — What Your Soul Sings (Paul Ritch Remix)
Jon Rundell — Can’t Stop
Nadastrom — Wepa
Koen Groeneveld — Turboprop (Ahmet Sendil Mix)
Federico Epis — Rafaela
Quivver — Funktribe (El Mundo & Satori Remix)
Sharam — Fun (Feat. Anousheh) (Pirupa People Vocal Mix)
Joe T. Vannelli — It’s Gotta Be Big
Paul Ritch — Wonderland
Sharam vs Rene Kuppens Star — Wild Drumz
Sharam — Don’t Say A Word (Feat. Anousheh) (Sharam’s Own Remix)
Afrojack — Bye8again
[unknown] — Que Cubano
Mark Broom & Mihalis Safras — Tru Tru (Paul Ritch Remix)
Tom Middelton — Jungle Drums 2011
Pig & Dan — Detonate (Sharam’s Crazi Remix) (YoshitoshiAlexander Kowalski — Friendly Fire (Dosem Remix)
Berlin Samio — Make Sure To Keep It Up
Nic Fanciulli — Caller ID (Radio Slave Remix)
Sharam — Fun (Feat. Anousheh) (Funhouse Remix)

#7 - Maya Jane Coles Essential Mix 2011-07-09
Genre: Tech House

Aaron Und Pascal – Hidden Place [Original Mix]
Alex Picone – An Pesant (Original Mix) [Bass Culture]
Patrick Di Stefano – Underlight (Original Mix) [Debox Music]
Lula Circus – Pumpin Groovin Moovin (Pezzner Remix) [Stranjjur]
Maya Jane Coles – Untitled
Delano Smith – Lost In Detroit (Original Mix) [Apparel Music]
Eats Everything – Entrance Song (Original Mix) [Pets Recordings]
DJ T. – City Life (feat Cari Golden) (Maya Jane Coles Remix) [Get Physical]
102nd Century – Matjes (Original Mix) [Overdrive]
Maya Jane Coles – Untitled
Elchinsoul – Pe Roz (Original Mix) [Microtech Records]
Maya Jane Coles – Untitled
Alex Magno – Clowns (Original Mix) [Etichetta Nera]
Diminutos – Obligo Al Entusiasmo (Alejandro Mosso Remix) [Airdrop]
Standard Fair – Forget Someone (Original Mix) [Joyfull Family Records]
Kemko – Juice (Original Mix) [Angel Laboratory Records]
Matthias Meyer – Crystal Rain (Original Mix) [Cecille]
Gorge – Watching Spring (Bioground’s Freckled Mix) [Amused Records]
Sebo K – State Of Desire (Original Mix) [Highgrade]
Little Dragon – Ritual Union (Maya Jane Coles Remix) [Peacefrog]
Nikola Gala – The Beginning (Original Mix) [Rekids]
Junior Gee – Just Listen (Original Mix) [Love Hertz]
Jemini Blacque & Fiorian Wilde – Get Together (Eko Dub) [Deepness Music]
J. Phlip – Fever (Original Mix) [Pets Recordings]
Stefano Esposito – Acid Groove (Original Mix) [Four Fingers Hand]
Tom Ellis & Lizzy B – Accidental Daydream (Original Mix) [Eye4eye Recordings]
Agaric – Who Made Up The Rules (Josh Wink Remix) [Ovum Records]
Rob Small – Bad Wednesday (Mute: Remix) [Piston Recordings]
N/A.3 – Tuesday Biz (Original Mix) [N/A.3]
Maya Jane Coles – Untitled
Tricky – Time To Dance (Maya Jane Coles Remix) [Domino Records]

#8 - Modeselektor Essential Mix 2011-10-08
Genre: Electronica

01. Surgeon – Dark Matter
02. Beasty Respond – Syncopy (Blawan’s Trecther Mechanica)
03. Bambounou – Alpha
04. Zomby – Mosaik
05. Lorca and Visionist – Holdback
06. Tom Bulwer and 2Deep – London Nights
07. Benjamin Damage and Doc Daneeca – Creeper
08. Björk – Dullflame Of Desire (Modeselektor’s Remix For Girls)
09. Moderat – Rusty Nails
10. Radiohead – Morning Mr. Magpie (Modeselektor’s Good Evening Mrs. Magpie Remix)
11. Marcel Dettmann – Shatter Proof
12. Radiohead – Bloom (Blawan Remix)
13. Ossie – Creepy Crawlies
14. 2562 – Flashback
15. Dark Sky – Speeding Blue
16. Brodinski, Djedjotronic, Noob and Havard Bass – Extreme Compote
17. Toadally Krossed Out – Go
18. Fis-T – Ultra Night Hunter
19. Plastikman – Spastik
20. Cosmin TRG – Izolat
21. Anstam – Baldwin
22. Untold – Stop What You’re Doing (James Blake Remix)
23. Instra:mental – Thomp
24. Robert Hood – Range
25. Alex Cortex – Hyendo Pt.2
26. Equalized 04 – B
27. Substance – Relish Bonus
28. Vainqueur – Lyot (Maurizio Remix)

#9 - Stacey Pullen Essential Mix 2011-08-20
Genre: Techno

[unknown] – Techno Logic (Original Mix)
Ds and Cs – Trouble (Feat Meeshel) [Black Nation]
Mirko Loko – Eclair De Lune [Unreleased]
Martin Buttrich – Magic Market [Desolat]
Mirko Loko vs Stacey Pullen – Formulaic Mode [Cadenza]
Mohrr – 2nd Track (Original Mix) [Arjaus]
Ovi M and Iron Mike – Speaking In Tongues (Nathan Barato More Of A Tool Remix) [Roots and Wings]
Stacey Pullen – Get Up (Dub Mix) [Blackflag Recordings]
Gek – Sad And Beautiful World (Original Mix) [Sleep is Commercial]
Antonio Piacquadio – Hold Up (Radio Slave Remix) [Inmotion Unreleased]
Santos – Primitive Cannible (Stacey Pullen Remix) [Monique Musique Unreleased]
&Me – Clamb (Original Mix) [Saved]
Christiano Casiraghi – Tanz Musik Fest (Sotisfaction Remix) [Tretmuehle]
Groove Soundsystem – Primarie Underground Baby (Original Mix) [Tzinah]
Luca Donzelli – Noche Recreativa (Original Mix) [Stolen Moments]
Curves – Masomenos (Original Mix) [Gravite]
Ramiro Lopez – Filgud (Original Mix) [Suara]
The Sushi Club – Flunauticus (Johnny D Remix) [4MPO]
Fred Hush – Mystery Land (Dimitri Andreas Remix) [Plastic City]

#10 - Eric Prydz Essential Mix 2011-08-27
Genre: Progressive House

Eric Prydz – 2Night (Instrumental Mix)
Pryda – Juletider
Pryda – Glimma
Pryda – Welcome
Pryda – Rotonda
Pryda – WOWOW
ID – Unknown
Marco Bailey & Tom Hades – Funky Business
Pryda – Reeperbahn
Pryda – Unknown ID
Depeche Mode – Its No Good (Jeremy Olander Edit)
Cirez D – Tear S**t Up
Pryda – Animal
Eric Prydz – Sweet Genesis
Pryda – Genesis
Pryda – Muranyi
Depeche Mode – Personal Jesus (Eric Prydz Remix)
Cirez D – Knockout (EPIC Mix)
Candi Staton – You Got The Love (Acapella)
Pryda – M.S.B.O.Y
Eric Prydz – Tribute to STHLM
Pryda – Unknown ID
Eric Prydz – Pjanoo (Private Edit)
Eric Prydz – 2Night (Instrumental Mix)