Playing tracks by
DJ 3000, Samuel L. Session, Bleak, Stereo MC's, Chicago Loop and more.
This show was 2nd in the global detroit techno chart, 12th in the global progressive house deep house tech house chart and 38th in the global deep tech house chart.
In the beginning, there was Jack, and Jack had a groove.
And from this groove came the groove of all grooves.
And while one day viciously throwing down on his box, Jack boldy declared,
"Let there be HOUSE!"
and house music was born.
As an old man I'm amazed at how global and so readily accessible music House music has become. DJ'ing in the early 90's you were met with record shop assistants who were as snobbish as wine waiters in a Michelin starred restaurant, building a set of tunes was hard work and luck. Quite the opposite of today!
This mix is a bit more energetic and its a bit of a nod back to Rave days with a few classic flavours - Vicious Circle is L'il Louis' French Kiss without the female orgasm in the middle! Detroit kicks things off with UR's DJ 3000 and then brings the curtain down with Floorplan's soon to become legendary 'Never Grow Old', which is very fitting considering! ^_^
Hope you enjoy it and feel encouraged to leave a comment, cheers!