As the weather begins to warm up, folks are setting aside that precious vacay time to enjoy the festival season. Throughout the globe, EDM lovers will be spending the next few months partying it up from Miami to Ibiza.
Just in time for the festival season, we’ve got a banging Festival Mix of Michael Mind Project’s version of Robin S’s classic hit, “Show Me Love.”
If this track doesn’t get you amped up for festival, then there must be something wrong with you! :p
Whenever you are in the public eye, especially as a DJ, you’re bound to get mixed reception from your audience. Some people might worship the ground you walk on, while other might detest your rise to stardom. And last week, superstar DJ/producer Calvin Harris received quite the backlash from a random club goer.
While spinning a set at LIV Nightclub in Miami, Florida, one random clubgoer insisted that Calvin Harris was a sellout. She shouted for him to “Play something original!” Well, that didn’t go over too well with Mr. Harris. He had more than a mouthful to say.
He said: “Why do you come to a fucking Calvin Harris show where Calvin Harris is DJing and don’t want to hear a fucking Calvin Harris record, you dumb fucking bitch.” Oh, but it doesn’t end there. Check out the video to see what else he said.
Do you think he should have kept quiet? Or was he right for speaking up? Share your thoughts in the comments!
Do you need some love? Well, British artist/producer, Dewy Sinatra, needs a handful of love in his new track “I Need Love.”
Released not too long ago, “I Need Love” is the first single off his forthcoming record, Emma. Slated for release in September, this single gives us a good picture of what to expect from Dewy Sinatra.
Give the track a listen below and be sure to check out Mr. Dewy Sinatra (I just love saying his name) on Twitter @dewysinatra. He was born in Miami, but grew up in London. He’s got a nice hip-hop flow infused with melodic electronic production. It’s a good harmony between rhymes and electro. Check him out! :)
Folks have been telling me for a long time that I should start some sort of monthly, better yet, weekly podcast that has a wide range of house music. We’ll, you’ve spoken, I’ve listened, and with major support from DJ Johnny Fontana, ThinkSoul25 now has a weekly podcast! :)
Inspired by the love of house, Johnny Fontana has spent over a decade producing and spinning house music. He’s held residency at Miami’s globally recognized Segafredo Café, he’s played in Japan, Ibiza, and he’s played alongside Patrick M (Club Space Miami, Johnny Ramire, Dj Brun, Copyright, Mikkel Danker AKA Soulscience, Jerry Ropero, Junior Jack, JoJo Flores (Gotsoul Miami), and so many more!
Recently relocating to Washington, DC area, Johnny has teamed up with me to bring you the best in deep, soulful, funky, afro, and latin house music.
Every Tuesday a new podcast will be upload to the official ThinkSoul25 Radio soundcloud page. Each week will be based upon a theme, a feeling, and I’ll leave it up to Johnny to work his magic and bring you the best house music!
So, shall we get things started? Season 1 of ThinkSoul25 shall now commence!
Kick off your weekend right with a heavy dosage of bass, vocals, and the certified awesomeness that is Issac Christopher & Myles James‘ The Miami Money EP.
With major support from DJ Sneak, Copyright, Tensnake, Robert Owens, BBC Radio 1, and so many more, this is a bangin’ EP that you can’t resist! From the moment the soulful vocals start a hollering, the thumping bass grabs you and moves you. If you’re feeling down, this is the EP to listen to; bass thumping house that will move your mind, body, and perhaps your soul!
OUT NOW ON BEATPORT and iTunes, so what are you waiting for? Get it…NOW! :)
In addition, on top of the certified awesome The Miami Money EP, you can also get two free downloads! So don’t sleep on this. Check out Christopher Issac’s “Here On My Own” and Myles James’ “S.T.S.” Both of these epic, floorfilling, romp shaking tracks have received major plays on BBC Radio 1 and KISS FM UK. So yeah, it’s legit!
The Miami Money EP
Issac Christopher – Here On My Own [free download]