The second mix in the series, this episode is much chiller than the first. This mix is mostly composed of classic tropical house tracks by Kygo, Le Beouf, and others. Want to hear something specific? Leave a comment below with your requests for the next episode! Remember to subscribe to the mailing list so you never miss a mix!
The first in a series of open-format mixes, you never know what you’ll get at :45 Special! This one is a HIGH ENERGY tech-house influenced mixtape. It incorporates classic dance tracks, such as Cajmere’s “Perculator” as well as disco-influenced tech house like the ones from my hurricane relief set at Flattopps. [Check out the recap video from that event here.] As always, make sure to subscribe to the mailing list to be the first to hear these sets!
Check out my latest set, live from Flattopps Astoria! Flattopps is one of my favorite venues, because I get to play stuff that I don’t get to often. Plus, I get to play on their in house vinyl system and Rane 62! Enjoy this set of funk, disco, and jackin’ house!
Check out my tech-house styled remix of Statik Link’s “Stay Awhile,” off his latest album, Carpe Momentum. When I started this remix, I really wanted to pull elements from the original track. So, I tried to incorporate more than just the original vocals, while keeping my own flavor. This track can be described as “darker” house music, with a rolling bassline and heavy synths on the drop. I really wanted to do Statik Link and his band, the Experience, justice on this track. So, I have to say “Thank You” to the following people: Eckhaus, Statik Link, Loup Rouge,and La Patilla, for listening to my constant revisions; and Black Ivan, for teaching me how to mix and master. Hit the link below to download it for free!
Check out my latest mashup! When I heard the new Zedd track, I’m not going to lie, it took me a bit of time to fall in love with it. All of a sudden, it hit me that I could have a lot of fun mashing it up. So,taking a hint from my interview with DJ Trayze, I decided to take a chance with wordplay.
This mashup uses a common lyric as the mixing point between two songs. Have you ever done anything similar? Let me know in the comments!