You guys should be quite familiar with Paris's Zimmer by now. I've probably posted every one of his mixes. They're always so good, I can't help myself. This month, the French producer gives us another lesson in horizontal disco. It starts off slower so we can get some La Roux in the mix, then things take off, only to come back to the slow jams at the end. There are also a lot of top notch edits and mixes of some old school tracks in the mix. It adds a nice touch. I hope you enjoy just as much as I did!
Monday, July 28, 2014
Sunday, July 27, 2014
Monday, July 21, 2014
Waifs & Strays are two gents from the UK who surely know how to get down. They come from different musical backgrounds, but came together for their love of house. This mix comes ahead of the Straf_Werk festival in the Netherlands which happens in August. I can only assume Waifs & Strays is playing and it will be a groovin' good time. The boys packed a bunch of soulful, shimmering house tracks into this one, so I hope you're ready to move your feet.
Sunday, July 20, 2014
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Continental Records label heads Jerry Bouthier and Andrea Gorgerino, JBAG, have a knack for playful, dreamy, and bouncy productions. I've been sort of stuck in that groove since the release of Boys Get Hurt's latest Your Love EP. The B-side track "Sea Through" appears in this JBAG mix. Along with a bunch of other upbeat and poppy tropical tracks, the boys have included their new single "Through Blue." Look for that to release this week. It features another favorite of the show, Kamp!
Sunday, July 13, 2014
As always, thanks for tuning in! It was a hot and humid Sunday in Jersey, so tonight I decided to keep things nice, filtered, and slow. Come back next week for more summer jams!
And in case you missed it on Facebook, I posted a download of last week's show for your listening pleasure. Enjoy!
Download "Eclecticism - 7/6/2013"
Monday, July 07, 2014
Dutch trio Kraak &Smaak never disappoints. Whether it's a track, an album, a mix, whatever it is, Kraak & Smaak will bring the funkiest vibes around. Today, they posted a new single called "Mountain Top," and it's exactly what you want from a these guys. It's groovy, no fills house with a hint of darkness. So to celebrate and continue with the energy, here's a mix that Kraak & Smaak put together for Dirt Crew Recordings. It starts off with a remix of Detroit Swindle's "64 Ways," which you can find out now! Sadly, we'll have to wait until the end of the month for "Mountain Top."