Is it a bird? Is it a dog? No. It's a burd dawg. A mutherfunkin' burd dawg.
Rolling down a nufunk hill, through an electro/breaks puddle, and finishing up in a big pile of drum n bass; this is how Mishima will smash up the place if he wins the Farmfestival DJ competition.
Like a mutherfunkin' burd dawg.
Superstition (Gooffee Remix) - Stevie Wonder
My Thing - Featurecast
Light My Fire - D*Funk
How You Like Me Now (Wick-It Moobahton Remix) - The Heavy
Rock Ya Body - Featurecast
Ike’s School - Featurecast
Should I Stay Or Should I Go (DJ Wood Remix) - The Clash
Galvanise (DJ Axe Remix) - The Chemical Brothers
Drop The Pressure (Jack Beats Remix) (DJP's Psi-Funk Refix) - Project Bassline
Nexx The Bassline (Plaza De Funk Remash) - DJ Zinc vs Project Bassline
One In The Front (feat. DJ Assault) - Deekline & Ed Solo
Action - Shut Up And Dance
Super Freak (The Hitmen Remix) - Rick James (Bitch!)
Start The Party - Far Too Loud
Fusion Control - Big Mistake
Die For You - Cutline
In The Mood (Dr Fish Remix) - By Glen Miller
Hipsteppin' - Det
Ghost Town (feat. DJ Concept) - Ed Solo & Deekline
Bright Lights (Featurecast's Bright Light Funk Edit) - DJ Die
Sabotage (Alex Metric Re-Edit) - Beastie Boys
A bit about Mishima:
Scaley, green and 100ft tall, Mishima could destroy small towns with his lazer eyes. Luckily for you he chooses to play fat breakbeats and psychedelic bass instead.
He has played support for artists such as Neurodriver, Vandal, Grooverider, Rektchordz and more. Mishima has deejayed in many desirable venues - such as Glastonbury Festival, Lakota, Blue Mountain, and your garden shed (when you were out).
Mishima now presents the Bad Bunny Beats radio show on Brap.FM, where he plays big bad breakbeat every other Tuesday 8-10pm.