This mix contains a collection of some of my favorite remixes including modern takes on classic 80s songs plus remixes of newer songs and artists. Some of my favorite mixers are on here including Dominatrix, Arthur Baker, Marsheaux and more. This is a mostly high energy mix and one that’s good to listen to when getting ready to go out for the evening.
This week, instead of posting a traditional show I have chosen to present a recording of a set that I DJ’d for the DAMNED Masquerade Ball in Detroit on Halloween. This wasn’t meant to be a traditional club dj setting. Instead it’s more of an ethereal experience. Use the comment section below to let us…
This episode features new releases from iconic artists New Order, Dave Gahan, Lisa Gerrard and IAMX! Woah. Enjoy other new tracks in the genres of synthpop, indie pop, indie rock and dream pop. A few classics mixed in as well.
This weeks episode is highlighted by a dream collaboration between synth icons Camouflage with Heppner from Wolfsheim. Lots of other new releases in the genres of synthpop, indie pop, indie rock, post punk and dream pop.
This one got super interesting from the get-go. Opening with a syncopated drum beat that could have been lifted from a Spector-era Girl Group, shortly after to be joined by a bass line hearkening to Joy Division’s Transmission and then Synths?
Robert Smiths is smiling on the flyer as he can’t believe he will be touring again in 2016. He starts off tonights show which features some dreampop, synthpop, electronica and dark wave. New tracks from Editors, Big Black Delta, IAMX and SPC ECO highlight the show
Lead single “Laura” is a gem of a pop song: clocking in at a scant two minutes and forty-one seconds, the track only lingers long enough to make an impression. A propulsive drumbeat, hypnotic guitar melody, and lush synthesizer set the backdrop for Shusterich to craft yet another earwarm melody, in which she finds new ways to stretch out the name “Laura.”
This weeks episode features new releases in the genres of Post Punk, Dark Wave, Synthpop and music with feels!! Yet another brand new New Order track is featured, along with a couple of classics and several brand new artists to introduce.
This is Volume 3 of one of my favorite genre’s of music – music inspired by the sounds of the Drive Soundtrack. This mix features new releases that I feel would have fit perfectly on the soundtrack.
Last weeks show had a ton of big name new releases, and I think we topped that this week with brand new songs from New Order, Suede, The Editors, Lust For Youth and Brandon Flowers…plus all sorts of other synth goodies