[Deep House] House Mix July 2015
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  1. #1
    Tech Mentor
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    Jan 2009

    Default House Mix July 2015

    Greetings funky people! The last mix I uploaded on here was over a year ago! Well, I thought it was about time to post a new one... Enjoy!


    La La Land - Lonely (Nathan Dalton Remix)
    Billion - Special feat Maxine Ashley (Extended Mix)
    Fono - Real Joy (Duke Dumont Re-Edit)
    Oliver Heldens & Becky Hill - Gecko (Overdrive) Extended Edit
    24 Hour Experience - Together
    Daft Punk - Revolution 909 (Cristian Poow Remix)
    Tachami - Promesses
    Major Lazer ft DJ Snake - Lean On
    Nathan Dalton & Rae - Not Gonna Love You
    Ferreck Dawn & Rendondo - Love Too Deep
    Disciples - They Don't Know
    Disclosure - Holding On
    Timekube - Bullet Funk
    Scntst - Basement Structure
    Yasmin - Thinking About You (Billion Remix)
    Sam Smith - I'm Not The Only One (Armand Van Helden Club Mix)
    Alex Metric & Oliver - Hope
    Todd Terry - Keep On Jumpin' (Rhythm Masters Thumpin' Mix)

    Click here to see it on Mixcloud

  2. #2
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    First of all kudo's for including the track list but man... the BPM was way to high IMO especially of you look at "Major Lazer ft DJ Snake - Lean On". This kinda ruined the mix for me, but other people might like it this way.
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  3. #3
    Tech Wizard
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    Very cool mix, nice selection of house music. A bit of underground and some mainstream tunes as well
    +1 about BPM. It was too high on most tracks. IMO depending on each track it's best to variate it through the mix but i'd never go higher than 131-132 for house.
    For example, Disciples - They Don't Know is about 125 BPM and if you play it at something like 135 it just doesn't sounds right and it kills the vibe of track.
    Other than that your mix was very good.

  4. #4
    Tech Mentor
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    Jan 2009


    Thanks for the advice. I'm kind of old skool in this respect where I crank every thing up to plus 8 on the Technics! I like the fast vibe and urgency this brings to the mix. I know some people might not like this after listening to a track at a normal speed, but a lot of the old skool house/garage DJs used to purposely speed up tracks to give them a more bouncy feel. I do hear you on the fact if a track sounds like the Chipmunks singing then it is probably too fast!

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