After the chaos that was the last seven days, I need some big bass in my face. Thanks to Data Transmission and Redlight for filling that void for me.
Fresh off Intergalactic Smugglers Volume 2, a brand-spankin’-new & free-to-download monthly series focused on spotlighting house music record label Shanghaied’s newcomers; Jerome Withers’ – Growvie, embraces all elements needed for a proper summertime banger in my book. From the catchy opening vocals & funk-tinged breaks to the African drums pulsing throughout, this deep house tune takes on a […]
Mellow mornings call for mellow beats. This one is R&S’ Andy Whittaker putting out a chill little number for Thump.
Finland’s DJ Anonymous has more than two decades of work behind the decks. He first came to my attention years ago thanks to his Suomi Soul series of soul and classic R&B mixes (which it looks like I need to re-upload). So while I was checking around for of his new material, I stumbled upon […]
Today’s listening is a chilled-out deep house mix that was passed to me by Lady Natascha. Airy, summery, mellow…it’s been a nice little respite for a droll work day.
FIYAH… This mix is absolute fire. I will be blaring this over and over for those who happen to me in my vicinity for several weeks. Can’t find a track list, which kinda makes me love it more.
This mix is a scorcher from a legend in the underground. I haven’t been on a house journey like this in some time. This is years of hard work coming to fruition right here. A craft perfected… By Felix Da Housecat.
Watching a crowd that is overcome by music can be a moving experience. Being part of that crowd can be downright intoxicating, but orchestrating that crowd – well that’s a whole ‘nother story. In 2001, that became the only goal for Sean Anderson, Brad Denton and David Brown, three party promoters and DJs from Dallas […]
I wanted some chunky, funky, leathery house this morning. I know nothing about Braxton and only that MTA Records is Chase and Status’ label, but the mix fit the bill. I’m off to Dallas this afternoon for a reunion show with my old crew. It should be a good time.
I’ve been on Eton Messy’s sound for a long time and now that they’re a YouTube tastemakers, they’ve done up a Ministry of Sound Sound Of mix. I really dig their blend of deep and bumpin’ house edits because they’re always full of nice, steady grooves. There’s a lot to be said for consistency and […]