dance, house, techno, electro, tech, best mixes from the spanish club scene I like all kind of club music, ..put into the housemartin machine and make the mix. And what's the only aim of a dj???? ¡¡¡MAKE PEOPLE DANCIN'!!No matter how... I've been doing since 1988 ...ALL MATERIAL POSTED HERE IS ONLY FOR PROMOTING MYSELF AS DJ... INDIVIDUAL TRACKS ARE NOT ALLOWED...IF YOU LIKE A SONG, PLEASE SUPPORT THE ARTIST AND BUY HIS MUSIC...
Pianochocolate is one of creative music implementations by Russian musician Mikhail Korumenko. Piano is a classic instrument, a symbol of perfect taste, timeless and yet interesting, while the chocolate is an instrument to bring happiness and comfort. PianoChocolate’s style range is vast. The base for all the tracks is a tune which can be easily combined with almost any style like Drum & Bass, Breaks, Chillout, Easy Listening, Jungle, Trance. The latest album Morning Coffee suits fine as for a background and for a thoughtful listening. Aerial piano sound with a chocolatecoffee flavor album.
Different kinds of funky. Deep, dirty, underground dance music. Heavy disco dub and jackin funk house. Electric boogie and cosmic rhythm mixed and sliced by Brad Slyde for broadcast on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal Canada.
By Brad Slyde
Rio Booty Beats - Carioca Funk Clube Music Label - DJ's HOME BEATCH - the best on contemporary urban BAILE FUNK CARIOCA independent artists from Rio de Janeiro DANCE MUSIC ----- >>> tracks are either RARE or INEDIT, always CONTEMPORARY -- mainly unavaliable around ----- >>> we aprecciate your audience
By Sany Pitbull Maestro
The Sam Vahedi Podcast brings you the newest and freshest in ground breaking electronic dance music every month. Mixed and Orchestrated by Los Angeles based DJ/producer Sam Vahedi, the podcast covers a wide range of dance genres, including the highest quality in top-shelf progressive house, electro, trance and dubstep. Sam Vahedi is often first to receive and broadcast exclusive tunes from the most sought-after artists, such as Tiesto, Paul Oakenfold, Swedish House Mafia, Deadmau5, Skrillex, Armin Van Buuren, Fedde Le Grand, David Guetta, Avicii, and more. Upcoming rising stars are also brought to the limelight on the show. Subscribe to the Sam Vahedi Podcast for a monthly surge of sonic energy and a dose of the best the dance music world has to offer. Sam Vahedi was a born musician, classically trained in instruments ranging from piano to percussion, guitar, and the Persian santoor since the age of five. Aspiring to advance from the mere reiteration of pre-written music, Sam began demonstrating his creative drive by composing his first piano piece at the age of seven. Upon encountering his first synthesizer and drum machine at the age of twelve, Sam fell in love with the unhindered creative power they allowed him. He then spent his spare time experimenting with various musical software and digital instruments in order to explore musical possibilities and better develop his style. Sam\'s drive for originality led him to travel the world, soaking in a rich diversity of music and understanding the threads that tie its universal language. Using his versatile classical training as a backdrop for exploration, he began by composing leftfield, downtempo, and hip-hop beats and eventually came to develop a passion for electronic dance music, a genre in which he found a true outlet for his creative energy. He has since been incorporating his distinct sound in his house, progressive, and trance productions under the alias Unkell Sam, while still experimenting with a variety of other genres. His hobby turned into a dream in 2002 when his music hit the top of the electronica charts after joining MP3.com, the largest online music community at the time. Seeking a better channel to share his music with the world, Sam began spinning a diverse mix of sounds at various venues throughout Northern and Southern California and started Entourage Entertainment™, an event production company in Los Angeles through which he could not only administer the music, but control the atmosphere as well. He hooked up with Groove Radio in 2007, who became a strong supporter of his work upon first listen. Remixes for Paul Oakenfold followed and Sam began releasing tracks to Perfecto Records in 2008. World-wide radio play followed and Sam continues to work on exciting and innovative projects, rocking dance floors all around the world.