This is one of those mixes that shifts into the darker end of things as it goes on with the final track bringing you back into the light. Huge thanks to Dave Allison for his reworking of the Arcade Fire song.
Six tracks, starting a bit perky before going deep and synthetic with plummeting basslines with ecstatic melodies rising from the abyss. Pretty pleased with this one, I won’t lie. (That means I’ll hate in six hours, but you might not.)
Banged together quickly (that’s what she said) and a it’s a bit sloppy (she said that too) but hey. Some good songs here, I promise.
Reposted since SoundCloud let me post it after determining that no, I didn’t post anyone’s music without permission. If you missed out the first time, enjoy this deep and housey mix that features a little melancholy and a surprising sample in the final track.
I was originally going to end this with the Lou Reed track (because I wanted to include some kind of tribute to that titan) but I just couldn’t forget that Halloween is coming. Or here. Is it here yet? There were parties last weekend. Anyway, the Reflex did another rejigger of Michael Jackson and I liked it so there.
Anyway, six tracks instead of five, etc etc. Click through to download from Soundcloud, blah blah blah.
For the fiftieth Disco Potential mix, I wanted to have it be retro and up to date at the same time, so there are a couple of tracks from the last month that I’ve really, really been digging sandwiched between reworkings of classic disco and dance records. I hope you’ve enjoyed listening to these as much as I’ve enjoyed making them for you. Here’s to another fifty!
Deep and housey, recorded with no practice and no edits just to get it out of my system.
Note: Soundcloud’s copyright bots had an issue with this mix; it’s available to download when you right-click here.
Seven tracks in this Five Tracks release because I’m just that dedicated to giving you the maximum value. Bassy and moody into disco and funky, sort of reflecting autumn? I guess? Maybe? Don’t ask me, I just put these records together and hope you like it.
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And, as a reminder, I’d like to tell you that this is coming up:
This Five Tracks set features a selection of deep and funky house with a modern twist on a rave classic sitting in the middle.
As always, download if you like and please share if you enjoy it.
Whether intentional or not, I picked up a batch of pool party records right as the August began its slow turn towards Autumn. Let’s have all have one more wiggle in the sun, shall we?
As always, feel free to download and share if you enjoyed it. Thank you!