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Posts tagged ‘dance’

20
Oct

Surfing through Spotify’s “Brain Food” playlist and I come across this gem. Really gets my day going. Gray, suspenseful days…tropical thunderstorm…trees…fall into the unknown.

19
Oct

Some random dude from France made a really cool beat from a movie soundtrack. Just go outside a major urban area, run,bike, skate or whatever. Go at night. Feel alive.

10
Oct

I know that it’s starting to get cold outside and that winter trance is becoming popular again, but I can’t stress how lovely and awesome this future house track is. Yeah, sure, it sounds like a pop track with all of it’s catchy synths, BUT IT’S SO CATCHY. It has kept me dancing for hours on end so far and I hope it does for you.

9
Oct

Three years ago, British producer Pete Devereux,known famously as DEVolution, created a tune that would bring all the emotional dancers to the clubs. Vocals from MNEK create that misty vibe the dancefloor desperately needs.

8
Oct

My friend Apollo and his friends Bad Catholics have grabbed a Chainsmokers song and painted melodic dubstep all over it.

16
Sep

Etherwood’s old classic. Well worth the revisit.

15
Sep

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Icelandic collective GusGus has produced music since the late 1990s. Their lineup has rotated over the years. Their popularity hit with the album Arabian Horse and now headline festivals around the world

4
Sep

Winter ( Progressive House Mix 2015 ) is mixed by one of those random EDM nerds on Youtube that loves being really picky about sub-genres. Winter is coming up soon and I’m anxious to get cold. This mix alludes to the cold weather and the good times house music played a role in.

29
Aug

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Back in 2015, (Bob Moses) dropped a massive tune called All I Want. Bob Moses generally focuses on electronica and more indie electro sounds, so this track is a slight genre change for the Vancouver duo. Maya Jane Coles spun this in the Boiler Room London session in 2015 and open up Bob Moses to a wide audience in the techno-heads scene. Bob Moses just released a new album and it’s awesome too.

 

– Alex

26
Aug

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London Elek is one of the biggest producers and promoters of DNB. The genre wouldn’t be so popular if he didn’t start Hospital Records label and introduce the weekly Podcast. Thousands of people around the world listen to the HR Podcast and take in the awesome dance vibes each week. Here’s a track Tony played on episode 300 out at Angel.

– Alex

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