Playing tracks by
G. Vump, DJ MikeQ, Floetry, 2 Chainz, Surkin and more.
It baffles me when a DJ receives praise for weaving together different subgenres of electronic dance music. Techno and tech-house? Electro and Italo? Wasn't that, like, the second thought people had after they realized they could mix records? (Somewhere in New York, Nicky Siano is sitting in a rent-controlled apartment spinning Led Zeppelin into Bobby Womack, laughing his ass off.) This dynamic matters, as France's Brodinski is one of a wave of European artists who have come to prominence as much for their mixing skills as for their productions (see also: Jackmaster).
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