Thursday, June 13th, 2024

John B Podcast 097: Pirate Station Moscow Special


Another studio mix – recreating his set at this year’s Pirate Station Apokalypse event in Moscow, October 2012, we have John B on the decks with just over an hour of massive, stadium Drum & Bass. Enjoy!

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Check out photos from the event on John B’s Facebook page.


1. Counterstrike // Empire [John B Epic Intro Version]
2. Dirtyphonics // Dirty (Metrik Remix)
3. Eric Prydz // Every Day (Andy C Remix)
4. Zedd // Spectrum (High Maintenance Remix)
5. John B ft. Code 64 // The Journey (Metrik Remix)
6. John B // Send my Love to Mother Russia
7. High Maintenance // Never Enough ft. Katie’s Ambition
8. The Upbeats // Undertaker
9. Calyx & TeeBee // Skank
10. MONSTA // Holdin’ On (Nero & Skrillex Remix)
11. Matrix & Futurebound // Magnetic Eyes (Smooth Remix)
12. John B // Numbers (Camo & Krooked 2012 VIP Remix)
13. The Prototypes // Suffocate (Instrumental)
14. Netsky // Come Alive
15. Michael Woods ft. Ester Dean // Only Just Begun (Calyx & TeeBee Remix)
16. Big Black Delta // Betamax (Kove Remix)
17. Netsky// We Can Only Live Today (Puppy) (Camo & Krooked Remix)
18. Fred V & Grafix // Major Happy
19. Kove // Iodine
20. Counterstrike ft. Paul McLaney // Masterpiece
21. Calyx & TeeBee // We Fall Away
22. Sub Focus // Time Warp VIP
23. John B // Up All Night (Epic Mix)
24. DJ Swift // Gangster
25. John B // Robot Lover
26. John B & Kirsty Hawkshaw // Connected (McMash Clan Remix)


6 Responses to “John B Podcast 097: Pirate Station Moscow Special”
  1. Woodie says:

    get on!!!

  2. 9ink6 says:

    Wery cool !!!!!!!!!!!! We love you John , all people in the Russia!!!!!!!!

  3. Kerriou Grégory says:

    Really love it !!! so cooool, thanks John B ! =)

  4. Henry says:

    Another great PodCast from you.
    You are my favourite DJ.
    My appreciation for you.
    Hope see you soon @ an event in Germany.

    Best regards

  5. Yury says:

    D’n’B Masterpiece!!!!

  6. Max says:

    Please resume adding times next to the track listings. Attempting to detect a song that isn’t near the beginning or end of the set is somewhat unnecessarily time consuming.

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