I belong to the very small group of people in Toronto who doesn’t live for weekends at Comfort Zone or getting music “tips” from TRC. I can’t remember the last time I saw a local DJ really break any boundaries, and I think that is because there is no experimentation in tech-house. It’s easy to copy a track you like, but there’s no soul. To me it’s boring. Choosing music with their own style is really important to me. Lately, I’ve come to find more and more people who feel like I do about the endless, mundane purgatory that is tech house.That’s until they suddenly remember they absolutely love it and dance jerkily away. Personally, I think you lose something when everything is exactly the same. So while I grimly contemplate how many more vodka soda’s the liver will have to suffer before night’s in Toronto begin sounding pleasing to my ears.
- Leftover – Haint Blue
- Echologist and Matrixxman – Threshold
- Home Invasion – In the Rush
- Alex Falk – Anjuna
- Paco Osuna – Ying Yang
- Jens Tozzberg – Brewe
- Cari Lekebusch – Eye Sight
- Jeroen Search – Reduced External
- Luca Agnelli – Metamorphosis
- Kastil – Reptile Veils
- James Ruskin – 6Teenth
- Luke Hess – Facette EP (Unknown Track Title)
- DVS1 – Beats and Rhythm
- Rhubarb – Hetre
- Fanon Flowers – Heat Barrier
- Antigone – Printer’s Devil
- Gerry Read – Granny Bag
- La Fluer – Flowerhead (2016 Rework)
- Kink – Beats (Serge and Tyrell Remix)
- Roberto Clementi – Avesys
- Dilated Pupils – Remi Groove
- Rick Wade – Whoa Children
- Roger Gerressen – Hajastan
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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