Here's a set I did last weekend at a warehouse party. It was a dark and raw place so thought some dark, deep house/techno would really come alive and fits perfectly within the surroundings. Got some of my favourite tracks in it you probably already heard in other mixes I made, but are just so damn sick I couldn't resist dropping them at the dancefloor. Starts of with some melo tunes and nice vocals but slowly moves towards a more raw techno direction, of course Smaakloos flavoured. Great party, lovely people and a lot of positive feedback. So hopefully you'll enjoy this set as much as the crowd did! If you feel the vibe don't be shy to hit the 'like' button. Also your opinion is really appreciated!
Poolside Series. The Vibes 1.0 - Poolside Mix by a'De (Technik at Night).
DF Radio (Deep Vocal House,Funky Vocal Beach House,Tech House with style)
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Here is my ultimate tribute to one of the most successful and inspiring remix producers on the planet, Peter Rauhofer, who passed away too soon on May 7th, 2013. TWO AND A 1/2 HOURS!! 20 SONGS!! I hope you enjoy! KEEP HIS MUSIC ALIVE!!!
Its not finished yet, but will be soon. Vintage jazz has a special place in my heart and decided to pay tribute to Art Tatum
.......A bit of short history
Tatum tended to work and to record unaccompanied, partly because relatively few musicians could keep pace with his fast tempos and advanced harmonic vocabulary. Other musicians expressed amazed bewilderment at performing with Tatum. Drummer Jo Jones, who recorded a 1956 trio session with Tatum and bassist Red Callender is quoted as quipping, "I didn't even play on that session all I did was listen. I mean, what could I add?... I felt like setting my damn drums on fire." Clarinetist Buddy DeFranco said that playing with Tatum was "like chasing a train." Tatum said of himself, "A band hampers me."