Archive for June, 2011

Vital Radio 142 – Hour 1: Mahan M2J Javadi

| June 29th, 2011 | 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. Zuri – Burn Out (Original Mix)
2. DJ Rooster, Sammy Peralta – Shake It (Steve Angello Remix)
3. Tommy Trash – The End (Original Mix)
4. Lucky Date – I Love The Way You Move (Original Mix)
5. Afrojack, Quintino – Selecta (Original Mix)
6. Kimberly Caldwell – Desperate Girls & Stupid Boys (Lucky Date Remix)
7. Les Trashick – Geddown (Gigi Barocco Remix)
8. Fast Foot – Race My Music (Electric Soulside Remix)
9. Daft Punk – Derezzed (Bright Shades Rework)
10. Designer Drugs – Through The Prism (Dada Life Remix)
11. Aqualight – I Am Dancing (Darth & Vader Remix)
12. Freakhouse – My Brain Is Bigger Than Yours (Lazy Rich Remix)
13. Firedog – Kids Want Noise (Revolvr Mix)
14. Cerebral Vortex – Fly By Night (Cyberpunkers Remix)
15. Dirtyloud – Needle Feat. Sirreal (Original Mix)

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Vital Radio 142 – Hour 2: Aniki

| June 29th, 2011 | No Comments »

Norwegian producer, Aniki, has been involved with music since he can remember. He initially entered into the world of production as a fresh faced 13 year old.

Aniki’s undeniably extensive and meticulous production skills come from years of experience on the job together with his scrupulous ear for detail. His unique productions are constructed on gut wrenching bass lines combined with big-room climaxes and dynamics, paired skilfully together with catchy and unique vocal, which ensures all his tracks are brimming with a level of tension and high energy.

01. Willow Smith VS Rose Royce – Whip My Hair (Peo De Pitte Bootleg)
02. Skip & Die – Muti Murder (Aniki Remix)
03. Jon Fitze – I Gotta Roar (Jolyon Petch Big Room Mix)
04. Skitzofrenix & Jeff Doubleu – Rushin´
05. Porter Robinson & Lazy Rich – Hello feat Sue Cho (Sharooz Dub)
06. Aniki – Feel Good
07. Nom De Strip – More Sauce
08. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Heads Will Roll (Club Mix)
09. Funkin Matt – Anywhere
10. Breakage & Jess Mills – Fighting Fire
11. Wynter Gordon – Til Death (R3hab Remix)
12. Spencer & Hill – Say What? (Aniki Remix)
13. Dirtyloud – Needle feat. Sirreal
14. Drop Top & Figure – We Are Warriors (Calvertron Remix)

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Vital Radio 140 – Hour 1: Aren DeJong

| June 10th, 2011 | No Comments »

He has held gigs at several hot spots including, Toronto’s System Soundbar, Waterloo’s Vault Lounge, Paradigm United’s renegade stage at WEMF 2005, Toronto’s YNot Lounge, Kung Fu Lounge & Maxine Lounge in Miami, Toronto’s Chelsea Room, Toronto’s Kool Lounge and yet many more to come.

Aren’s taste in delicious house, trance and finite progressive music coupled his love for seriously groovy sounds let him energize crowds and keep people moving.

Tracklist:
1. Oxia – Sun Step
2. David Herrero – Spanish Lick
3. Chris Lake – Secrets in the Dark (Hector Couto remix)
4. Filthy Rich – I Need You (Superskank remix)
5. Alex Kenji & Federico Scavo – Get Funky
6. Ramon Tapia – This Groove
7. Blade KF – Rhythmof Life (Blade from Jestofunk Original mix)
8. Sonny Wharton & Mark Trophy – Discotech (Andy Gramm & Modaal remix)
9. Paolo Mojo – 1983 (Eric Prydz remix)

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Vital Radio 140 – Hour 2: Omid 16b & Demi

| June 10th, 2011 | 1 Comment »

Omid 16B’s seminal Alola Records celebrates 17 years of deepness by making its entire re-mastered catalogue available for the first time at all digital stores through 2011.

The first two instalments of Alola’s past, present and future have been carefully handpicked and mixed to perfection by Omid 16B and Demi. They include tracks by artists such a Trevor Loveys, House of 909, Vince Watson, Mr. C, NAV, Nacho Marco, Idjut Boys, Pete Moss, Omid 16B and many more… OMID 16B presents “Sounds like Alola – Vol 1″ & DEMI presents “Sounds like Alola – Vol2″

To celebrate, Omid and Demi have recorded two exclusive mixes for the Vital Radio Experience!

Omid 16B
01. Omid 16B – Why
02. Omid 16B – Darkhorse
03. SOS – LeadsToLove
04. Omid 16B – EvoLustation
05. Omid 16B – 1702

Demi
01. 16B – Late Night Secrets (Intro Reprise)
02. Marco de Mata & Matthew – Dancing with Elephants
03. Omid 16B – Sky as A
04. YMC – Tale Spinnin
05. OTC – The Dragon Lady
06. Sexonsubstance – Leads to Love (Short Reprise)
07. 16 Million Dollar Man – Man with the Voice
08. Sexonsubstance – Cactus

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The Tunes That You Probably Forgot About (Or Maybe Never Even Heard Yet)

| June 2nd, 2011 | No Comments »

Sitting here at lunch, with my headphones blown out, and no way to listen to my tunes, I’ve had some time to contemplate some musical musings.

As I was thumbing through my portable music library I began to find great tracks that I forgot about, were underrated, or simply didn’t get the play I think they deserved.

I’m sure that we could put together a pretty impressive list of these kinds of tunes – I’ll get it started:

 

Prodigy – Diesel Power

Great tune from my favourite Prodigy album “The Fat of The Land”. If you’ve got some subwoofers that need testing, this track is the one to do it.

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