I’m going to share a little secret with you. You might find that I play some tracks together all the time. I believe going into a DJ Set freestyle is too risky, as you run the risk of ruining an otherwise awesome vibe. Instead, I tend to group my tracks into little clusters of 3-5 records that work well together and can mix together smoothly. This approach lets me mix across genres and lets me bolt my set together depending on energy levels. I like disruption in my sets, which is why you will never hear me take it easy – I explore my crates, dig out old tunes and find room for them with the newer stuff. Those times when a tough techno beat complements a Soulful House track works better than PB&J.
- James Duncan – Nostrand Stop
- Leon Vynehall – Wahness
- DJ QU – Final Call
- David Morales – Don’t Go (Ryan Elliot Remix)
- DOMS/Deykers – It’s You I See
- Alden Tyrell – GET05
- Ilario Alicante – Hypno
- Abstract Division – Emotives
- Jorge Zamacona – Spinning On The Spot
- AIKEN – Curfew
- Rumah And Progression – Lein
- D-Leria – Pressure (Charlton Remix)
- Truncate – Bodega (Ben Sims Remix)
- Savas Pascalidis – Disposal Area
- Oscar Mulero – Inclination
- JLG – Take Control
- Roberto Square Alley
- WC0016 and Abono – Knowledge That Has Endured With The Pyramids EP
- Pascal – Cover Up
- Maizena – Sojouring Music
- ubx127 – Grids I
- Mark Broom – Nucleus (Stefan Vincent Interpretation)
About the Podcast
The Groovetech weekly DJ mix is a 1 hour podcast playing Techno and Deep-House. Hosted and mixed by Andreas Marouchos (rouchos).
Andreas Marouchos (Short, Rouchos), is a DJ from Toronto. Playing Techno and House, Andreas has been a professional DJ since 1998, playing sets in four countries. He is also a podcasting pioneer, with live audio and video mixes stretching as far back as the last millennium. Despite the progress of technology, Andreas still collects and spins 100% of music on Vinyl as he believes that “putting a laptop between a DJ and the crowd seems boring”.
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