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Vital Radio 123 – Hour 1: Dj Endgame

| December 17th, 2010 | 1 Comment »

Endgame is the host of Vital Radio, a weekly program that features the best electronic musicians from all across the world.  Featuring brilliant exclusive mixes and engaging one-on-one interviews from the world’s top jocks, Vital Radio connects Toronto’s elite with the music they crave.

Beyond his Radio Hosting talents, Endgame spins a unique blend of house, progressive and trance, bringing high energy and passion to every one of his live performances.

1. Fragma – Toca Me (Inpetto 2008 Remix)
2. Paul & Luke – The Riddle (Max and Luke The Mediterranean Dream Extended Mix)
3. Whigfield – Right in the Night (Favretto and Battini Extended Remix)
4. Delerium ft Sarah McLachlan – Silence (Neils van Gogh vs Thomas Gold Remix)
5. The Nightcrawlers – Push the Feeling On (Belocca’s Cheeky Bootleg Mix)
6. Wamdue Project – King of My Castle (Rowald Steyn Club Mix)
7. Ce Ce Peniston – Finally 2008 (The Kam Denny & Paul Zala Remix)
8. Jean Elan – Where’s Your Head At (Klaas Remix)
9. Tom Novy – Pumpin’ (Jason Young 2008 Remix)
10. Funkagenda – What the Fu** (Original Club Mix)
11. Bossanova – Stonecold (Mondo Remix)

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Vital Radio 123 – Hour 2: Deetron

| December 17th, 2010 | No Comments »

Although the mountain peaks of Bern, Switzerland hold little resemblance to the industrial skylines of Midwestern America, it was among these surroundings that Sam Geiser became inspired to keep the legacy of Chicago house and Detroit techno alive. Operating under his moniker Deetron since the early nineties, he has dedicated most of his life to making and playing out dance music in its truest form. His unique production style – a melodic, housey take on Detroit techno – has captured the hearts of many around the globe. Furthermore, his immaculate mixing skills and superb choice of records have kept him internationally in demand as a respected dj for well over a decade.

Although the mountain peaks of Bern, Switzerland hold little resemblance to the industrial skylines of Midwestern America, it was among these surroundings that Sam Geiser became inspired to keep the legacy of Chicago house and Detroit techno alive. Operating under his moniker Deetron since the early nineties, he has dedicated most of his life to making and playing out dance music in its truest form. His unique production style – a melodic, housey take on Detroit techno – has captured the hearts of many around the globe. Furthermore, his immaculate mixing skills and superb choice of records have kept him internationally in demand as a respected dj for well over a decade.

01. Adam Marshall – Champion – Cynosure
02. The SoulShapes – Keep On – Real Tone
03. Hector – Oddysey – Tsuba
04. Delano Smith – One Twenty Three – Undertones
05. Olibusta – Don’t get me started – Seinan Music
06. Cally – Wake Oops! (Skudge Remix) – Fear of Flying
07. Adam Marshall – Searching – Cynosure
08. Steve Mac vs Stripper – Whistle – Rejected
09. Radio Slave – I don’t need a cure for this (Kenny Larkin RMX) – Rekids
10. Trickski – All Woman – Sonar Kollektiv
11. Wbeeza – A116 – Third Ear
12. Kramer Dashwood – Joined by the hands of god – White
13. Butch – No worries – Cecille
14. Einmusik – Papée – Einmusik
15. Davide Squillace – On the road – Desolat X
16. Minimal Man – Make a move PT. 1 – Trelik
17. Alex Flatner/Lopazz – Dinosaurs (Paul Woolford Remix) – Pokerflat
18. Head High – It’s a love thing (Piano Invasion) – Power House
19. Jus Ed – I’m coming (Aybee Remix) – Underground Quality
20. Deetron – Orange – Music Man

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Vital Radio 122 – Hour 1: Dj Endgame

| December 17th, 2010 | No Comments »

Endgame is the host of Vital Radio, a weekly program that features the best electronic musicians from all across the world.  Featuring brilliant exclusive mixes and engaging one-on-one interviews from the world’s top jocks, Vital Radio connects Toronto’s elite with the music they crave.

Beyond his Radio Hosting talents, Endgame spins a unique blend of house, progressive and trance, bringing high energy and passion to every one of his live performances.

This is another fresh mix, combining a bit of tech, a whole lot of natural housey goodness and some vocals to spice it up.

1. Dido – Everything to Lose (ATFC Remix)
2. Christian Falero And Adrian Villaverde Feat Kelly Davis – Put ‘Em High (Original Version)
3. Matt Caseli & Danny Freakazoid – Sign Your Name (Across My Heart) (Sebastian Krieg & Roman F Remix)
4. Benny Royal – Let’s Keep It Coming (Muzzaik Remix)
5. Robbie Rivera, Dero – Oh Baby (Thomas Gold Mix)
6. Tim Berg, Norman Doray & Sebastien Drums – Tweet It (Original Mix)
7. Morgan Page – I’ve Had Friends (Jean Elan Dub Mix)
8. Laidback Luke feat Jonathan Mendelsohn – Till Tonight (Original Mix)
9. Adrian Lux – Teenage Crime (Axwell & Henrik B Remode)
10. Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso – Together (Baccano Remix)

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Vital Radio 122 – Hour 2: James Talk

| December 17th, 2010 | No Comments »

After playing many of the world’s most revered clubs over the last two years – including Tokyo’s Womb, Chicago’s Spy Bar, London’s Ministry Of Sound, Manchester’s Sankeys and Toronto’s Footwork – he’ll be continuing to tour the globe extensively throughout 2010, with many more exciting plans afoot for the year. His successful Radio 1 Essential Mix from September 2009 will be followed on by a third guest mix for John Digweed’s Transitions show.

In an age when the continental European sound dominates the house and techno scene, James Talk remains one of the UK’s brightest talents, reminding the world where tech house came from in the first place. A breath of fresh air from the droves of posturing scenesters and minimal chinstrokers, his is a sound which goes back to the visceral essentials.

1. Motorcitysoul – Ushuaia Night (Simple)
2. Simon Rogers – EC1M (Tom Budden Remix) (Oosh)
3. Alex Dolby – Younde (Acumen & Timid Boy Remix) (Rawthentic)
4. Marco Effe – Sexgas (Paco Osuna & Andre Introvigne Remix) (Memento)
5. Smak – Can’t Live Without (Sketchbook)
6. Ou Est Le Swimming Pool – The Key (Ridney Dub) (MOS)
7. Steve Mac & Stripper – Whistle (Rejected)
8. Christian Smith – East Village (100% Pure)
9. Fan Est – The Going On (Plastik Philosophy)
10. Jay Lumen – Instincts (Mistakes)
11. Pete Tong & Paul Rogers – Headstrong (Toolroom)

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Vital Radio 121 – Hour 1: Mahan M2J Javadi

| December 1st, 2010 | No Comments »

M2J (Mahan Javadi) always brings something new to the table. Holding no musical boundaries, M2J spins a wide range of Electronic Music ranging from Downtempo to House to Breaks and more. In addition, Mahan has gained quite a reputation for integrating rare and unreleased mash-ups and remixes of popular hip-hop and rock tracks into his sets.

The intent is to always keep crowds guessing and excited. Flowing from style to style, his DJ sets revolves around music, rather than specific genres. Listeners experience and discover something new each time as it is mixed in with music they are already familiar with. These connections provide a set off point for exploring and noticing new types of music.

1. Treasure Fingers – Lift Me (Original Mix)
2. Filthy Freeqs – My My My (Mahan Javadi Vocal Edit)
3. Cutline – Die For You (Original Mix)
4. Freestylers ft. Belle Humble – Cracks (Ctrl-Z Remix)
5. SpekrFreks, Natalie Kitty – Heart Attack (Original Vocal Mix)
6. Tiga – You Gonna Want Me (Tocadisco Remix)
7. Fractal System – Scary Song (Alex Mind Remix)
8. Stylus Rex – Volta (Original Mix)
9. Late Of The Pier – Best In The Class (Soulwax Remix)
10. The Toxic Avenger – Escape (The Bloody Beetroots Remix)
11. Tom Deluxx – Wasted (Baxen Remix)
12. Le Castle Vania – Nobody Gets Out Alive (Noisia Remix)
13. Far Too Loud – We Want To Dance (Original Mix)

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Vital Radio 121 – Hour 2: Dj Ups & Kukoo Wasp

| December 1st, 2010 | No Comments »

Dj Ups and Kukoo Wasps are brothers from the UK who produced and Dj-ed in London England during the boom of the initial rave scene in 1990.

After a 13 year break, the guys returned with groundbreaking new albums from Obviously High and The Moog, and EPs from Kukoo Wasp, DJ Ups and Thundermental.

A refreshing mixture of nu-skool, progressive breaks, old-skool, deep house, and prog house. In June 2006, WXM Music relocated to Toronto, Canada and evolved into Liquid Stairs.

The boys showed up to the Liquid Stairs and Vital Radio boatcruise afterparty and showed Toronto what funky house really means.

1. Aaron Perez – Sinister Subconscious (Hott 22 Remix)
2. Groove Armada – Paper Romance (Wagon Cookin Remix)
3. Plump DJs – The Rub Off
4. Goggzee Vs K-Boy Zee – Dreams are Made of
5. Richard Grey – Thriller (Richard Grey Remix)
6. Diego Noble – Ride The Light
7. Gusto – Disco’s Revenge (Freemasons Club Mix)
8. Shakedown – At Night (Kid Creme Club Mix)
9. Krafty Kuts – Tell Me How You Feel (Young Punx Remix)
10. Emjae – Sweatbox

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