Groovetech Presents – Same Thing But Different 002

I know that a lot of people often think of pounding, faster techno when they hear the DJ Name Rouchos, but I’m definitely so much more that just that. ‘Same Thing But Different ‘DJ Sets explore records collected over my 20 odd years as a DJ but couldn’t otherwise a natural fit for my regular podcasts.

Picking up from where the last STBD DJ mix left off, Episode two of these series is a personal voyage into Tech-House and Deep House Grooves playing vinyl records that mostly cannot fit in my regular sets.

I hope you enjoy this journey

  1. (Intro) Isorinne – Closing Window to the East
  2. Mike Dehnert – Timescale EP Side B2
  3. Moniker – Moving
  4. FDF Alfa Remixes – A Pacifier (Eric CL Outier Remix)
  5. Aril Brikha and Chymera – Nihari
  6. NYC Loft Trax – Give Me Shelter EP Unknown Side, Unknown Track Title
  7. Titonton and Tejada – Passing Through
  8. Thomas Wood – Soul Thing
  9. Jeroen Search – Compressive Strength
  10. Uakoz and Alex Lentini – Isolated
  11. Nikola Gala – Komplex 2
  12. Psyk – Throb
  13. Prof. Delacroix – Cupid
  14. Matt Star – Am I Dreaming
  15. Fumiya Tanaka – The Mysterious Pocket is Right
  16. HD Substance – Cambio
  17. S.A.T. – The Rig
  18. Shawyer and Young – Lenny
  19. Anthony Parasole – Off the Grid
  20. Jack Murphy – Don’t Be Afraid
  21. Floorplan – The Heaven and The Earth
  22. Tripmastaz – Wax Mania
  23. Gerry Read – Sbrubby
  24. K. Hand – Intuition
  25. FP – Learning Process
  26. Dinamo Anzari – Hacienda
  27. Kask – Perfieria EP Unknown Side, Unknown Track Title
  28. Krik Degiorgio – Divine Logic (Main Mix)
  29. Delano Smith – Free to Explore
  30. Kane Ikin – Autophasic

About Andreas

rouchos-dj-toronto-techno-house_Intro_HeaderAndreas 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”.

You can catch his podcasts on WEATNU, CTRL ROOM and DJFM

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