It feels like my train is finally pulling into the station…after going non-stop for two weeks. This is a potentially huge Friday for me personally and Chris Lake is bringing the energy I need to start the next 7 days.
I love tech and deep house but during most of my DJ sets back in the day I played straight up, bangin’ and electro house and I miss this drive sometimes here in Germany. This mix is just full of dope ass tracks with off beat rhythms and bass hits… I need this right now.
So let’s recharge with Chris Lake after this long ass week.
14. Chris Lake Ft. Alexis Roberts – Turn Off The Lights (Cages Remix) [46:50 – 50:24]
15. ? [50:24 – 53:38]
16. Chris Lorenzo & Taiki Nulight Feat. Dread MC – Mind Control (Never Say Never) [53:38 – 56:56]
17. Steve Lawler & Arthur Baker – Into The Dance (Amine Edge & Dance Remix) [56:56 – 1:00:52]
18. Chris Lake & Marco Lys – La Tromba (Marco Lys Rework: Original Version) [1:00:52 – 1:06:16]
it’s Friday AF and everyone is ready to party… or at least you should be 🙂
Dug up this gem by TECHNIMATIC presented by The Lab from a few years back. Sometimes we just need a little “hyper-coloured” drum n bass to get the weekend started, right? 😀
I myself can’t rely on house alone. …aaaaand off into the weekend, cheers!
I know, I know… this may not be as “techy” as some of you like, but Erick Morillo is an idol and just an all around fun DJ to jam out to. If you’ve ever had the pleasure of attending one of his shows you know what I’m talking about.
Thanks, MixMag for bringing him out and now go get ’em, Erick.. I’m gonna shut up and dance through the office 😉
Matthias Tanzmann… the name says it all. At least if you know a bit of German 🙂
This set had me dancin’, man 😉
Please, send me sets you’d like to have featured, preferably as Video otherwise it won’t look all that cool in the post, cool? Sweet… now go tanz, man!
Due to feeling that global flu this week I needed something gentler to listen to. This week’s cold medicine and flu solution is Eelke Kleijn. Some melodic deep house to smoothly stay in the groove thanks to Mixmag.