Playing tracks by
Ohanami, Darryl Reeves, Poolside, Rhye, Moshimoss and more.
This show was 12th in the global electro pop chart, 12th in the global breakbeat chart, 61st in the global ambient chart and 79th in the global jazz chart.
My 7th BGM mix for the dental clinic at work.
Lately our infirmary bears the hue of a lounge floor of a huge club with some equable dance tracks as BGM following the suggestion from my clinic director that we could let the repertoire have more lilting tunes with a certain solid groove. So here’s the mix in light of such current trend; the ambience cuts loose a bit with rhythm.
Throughout the mixing process, besides beatmatching (what I previously hadn’t done due to having selected unsuitable calm/beatless materials for the style, as is the custom with being a DJ mix), I made the tunes have consistency in terms of tonality, which won’t give any glitzy taste but offers untold moderate comfort unknowingly like well-broken-in slippers, as the way of letting the tunes being merged closely into one and change over more seemlessly, while retaining the inherent uniqueness of the respective tunes which determinably distinguishs them from any other ones.