Deep House and UK Funky/Future Garage
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  1. #1
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    Default Deep House and UK Funky/Future Garage

    My newest mix from last night, I'm exploring some new genre combinations. Feedback will be appreciated.
    http://www.mixcloud.com/NikolayNikol...cial-21022013/

    Tracklist:

    Moody (Original Mix) By Dirtytwo
    Sunday Morning - Original Mix By Willie Graff & Tuccillo
    Horizon By Ejeca
    So High (Hot Since 82 Remix) By Shadow Child
    Misdirection (Original mix) By Willie Graff & Tuccillo
    Brotha (Raw Mix) By Lovebirds
    Love Somebody Else By Maceo Plex & Jon Dasilva
    Do You Want Me Baby (Dusky Remix) By Cloud 9
    Forty Shorty (Original Mix) By Hot Since 82
    Don't (Original Mix) By Bicep & Omar Odyssey
    Dirtybird 70 - String Thing By Shadow Child
    Nobody (original mix) By Metodi Hristov
    Everyday - Original Mix By Adana Twins
    Chain Reaction By Mike Sharon
    I Know This (Canít Be Love) By XXXY
    Wray & Neph (Digital Exclusive) By Mosca
    Flo Jam By Dusky
    $Tripper By Bicep
    First Time House By Fulbert
    Want you back (original mix) By Sebastian Davidson
    Every Day By Dusky
    Feel what you want feat. rebecca By Phonique
    Good Times (Original Mix) By Ray Okpara
    Here 4 U By Deadboy
    Everything By XXXY

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    I listened to your DJ mix on my laptop speakers on a Wednesday afternoon. Here's my feedback.

    - Tracklist indicates what I consider good taste in modern deep stuff/"future garage" on the edge of deep house. By which I mean that my GF and I play a number of these artists and tracks (Adana Twins "Everyday" etc..). I wasn't wild about the sorta farty bass on "Horizon" by Ejeca.

    - Phrasing and phasing were pretty good. I heard two or three rough mixes. Transitions were good, I heard some drift or busy-sounding overlap on some mixes but in general levels were also good. Extra points for it being a non-bedroom mix that sounds good. Are you mixing in traktor, it sounds like sync or equivalent was used? Didn't hear much apparent use of EQ.

    - Thanks for the tracklist. I generally prefer mixes with a download link in case I enjoy them and want to listen again.

    - As sorta a weird question, do Bristolian college students dance to music like this? My GF and I worry that this sound is too deep for people to actually dance to, as enjoyable as it is to listen to. It'd be nice to hear how things are where you are..

    Thanks for posting, and keep at it!
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