The George FM Yearbook Mix CD available this Monday

In celebration of all things dance, George FM are pleased to announce the release of the George FM Yearbook 2010 album, mixed by local dance veteran Dick ‘Magik’ Johnson.

Taking the tracks you love off the airwaves and putting them into one DJ spinning, shape cutting, ass shaking collection, the George FM Yearbook looks over the year that was, to bring you the biggest and best tunes of 2010.

Dick ‘Magik’ Johnson, host of the Magik Sessions on George FM, says the album covers several music genres to give a good representation of what George is about.
“2010 was another huge year for dance music on George FM. It was a year where different genres like Dubstep, UK funky and Drum n Bass were mixed in with traditional house and took influences from Indigenous music from around the world. It was a great opportunity to be asked to mix the George yearbook.”

The Yearbook features Shapeshifter's huge summer festival hit ‘Twin Galaxies', big club tunes including 'Hold On' by dubstep giant Rusko, high rotate favourite 'Am Not A Robot' (Doorly Mix) by Marina and the Diamonds, Yolanda Be Cool's crossover monster 'We No Speak Americano' and Ou Est Le Swimming Pool's 'Dance The Way I Feel'.

Miike Snow also makes an appearance with Fake Blood's version of 'Animal', while those suffering post-BDO blues can re-live their LCD Soundsystem experience with 'I Can Change'.

Local talent is ably represented by Naked & Famous attention grabber 'Young Blood' getting the remix treatment from Dick ‘Magik’ Johnson. Tui award winner Bulletproof gets two entries with 'Back In The Day', his collab with PNC and David Dallas, and his TokyoStreetGang project offers up the 'Spellbound' track, while P Money continues on in dance fashion with 'The Soul'.

The George FM Year Book is available now from all good CD stores, so don’t miss out on your chance to grab a copy of these time defining and defying hits.