“NY So Hi” is the lead single off of NYC DJ/producer Eli Escobar’s debut album.
Tamara Wellons’ new single “Behind the Veil” is as uplifting as it is musically sophisticated, and the video treatment really shows the warmth of her personality.
Most folks that follow dance music these days probably recognize the bass riff and synth line from “What I Like” by Anthony and the Camp. But the OG is where it is at for me.
Producer Sam Gellaitry adds a great remix to “1, 2 Step,” the well-loved modern classic by Ciara.
Rachel Row’s “L Square” and the KiNK Mix are quality deep dance cuts with an accessibility that could easily see it’s way to the mainstream. The song really shines with hard breakbeats banging away under a floating ethereal atmospheric vibe.
Alex Metric & Oliver are amazing producers in their own right but when they come together it makes magic. “Galaxy” embodies everything that I love about Nu-Disco.
The elusive Detroit champion Moodymann has been churning out deep, sample-based soul music for late-night dance floors for 20 some years. This self titled LP, in my opinion, is his greatest achievement.
As a thank you gift for DJing a friends birthday she offered to host a dinner for me at her house. The only thing she wanted me to bring was music so I threw this mix together and we eat and laughed and generally had a great time. The name of the mix says it all!
File under experimental. “Jump Bugs” by Syclops is a dance floor burner in the hands of the right DJ. Perfect music for medium sized venues where you have the intensity of a proper sound system and the intimacy of the music being close.
Ed Sheeran & Passenger’s “No Diggity Thrift Shop (Kygo Remix)” gets a really well done remix from Kygo. This has a nice mellow fun vibe.