Well, it’s been a couple years since I made a DnB mix… Enjoy :)
Tracklist: 01. London Electricity - Artificial Skin (ft. Keeno) 02. Technicolour, Komatic, & LSB - Rotary Motion 03. Artificial Intelligence - What You Had (ft. Steo) (Lenzman remix) 04. ActRaiser - Full Moon 05. Etherwood - You’ll Always Be A Part Of Me (Pola & Bryson remix) 06. Voltage - Suspicious 07. James Zabiela - Perseverance (S.P.Y remix) 08. Mark System - Twenty Feet Up 09. Etherwood - Souvenirs (ft. Zara Kershaw) (Ulterior Motive remix) 10. Jaydan - Sorrow 11. June Miller - Further Seems Forever 12. Subwave - Stars Get Down 13. Maduk & Nymfo - Africa 14. Keeno - One More Moment (ft. Cepasa) 15. Ed:It - Centre Suite 16. Technimatic - Sphere 17. Hybrid Minds - Mountains (ft. Jasmine Spence) (Dexcell remix) 18. Nymbus - Blossom 19. Fred V & Grafix - Bladerunner (Loko remix) 20. Blinkie - Don’t Give Up (On Love) (Frankee remix) 21. State Of Mind - Bigger Faster Stronger 22. North Base - Join The Dots 23. Krakota - Spin The Bottle 24. Enei - Hotplate 25. Breakage - Kill Dem 26. Hyroglifics - No Drama 27. Mutated Forms - Abandoned 28. Rockwell - Dizzle 29. Stray - Eazy Boy
Box office report: Beauty and the Beast passes Batman v Superman for March record
It’s a tale as old as time, but Beauty and the Beast‘s new box office record is as fresh as can be.
Disney’s live-action remake of the beloved 1991 animated classic
roars to the top of the domestic chart this weekend, amassing a
spectacular estimated $170 million from 4,210 theaters — averaging
$40,380 per location to notch the highest debut for a March title in
The $160 million Bill Condon production bests the $166 million total posted by previous record holder Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice just under one year ago.
Worldwide, Beauty and the Beast ropes in an excellent $180
million, which brings its global total to $350 million after just three
days, additionally trumping studio sibling The Jungle Book‘s IMAX record for a PG-rated film ($21 million worldwide vs. $20 million worldwide, respectively) on 1,026 formatted screens.
Slipping around 53 percent to No. 2 is Legendary and Warner Bros.’ latest entry in the King Kong franchise, Kong: Skull Island, which adds a further $28.9 million to its growing $259.3 million global total ($110.1 million in the U.S. and Canada).
Coming in at No. 3 is James Mangold’s Wolverine sendoff Logan,
which sees Hugh Jackman making his final turn as the iconic comic book
character. The film falls to an estimated $17.5 million across its third
three-day frame, boosting its global number to $524 million to date.
Check out the March 17-19 weekend estimates below.
1 – Beauty and the Beast – $170 million
2 – Kong: Skull Island – $28.9 million
3 – Logan – $17.5 million
4 – Get Out – $13.2 million
5 – The Shack – $6.1 million
6 – The LEGO Batman Movie – $4.7 million
7 – The Belko Experiment – $4.1 million
8 – Hidden Figures – $1.5 million
9 – John Wick: Chapter 2 – $1.2 million
10 – Before I Fall – $1 million
P.S. Note: Director Bill Condon directed Lee in Twilight: Breaking Dawn Pt. 2.. Just sayin’….