House music is my heart, but hey I love all things in the family of electronic dance music and I can get down with dubstep and drum & bass (so addicting!) So when Keeping The Faith (Ian Halsall) sent me links to some of his latest tracks, I was totally digging what I heard.
Even though I’m a house music junkie for life and that’s my heart, I love all types of music (especially EDM.) So don’t ever be afraid to submit your music to me. I try my best to share good music.
Word to the wise: you can never go wrong with some dubstep, drum & bass, and good old fashioned breaks. So check out some of Keeping The Faith’s music and be sure to stay in the loop via his soundcloud.
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!
It has been quite some time since I’ve had the chance to groove to a snazzy, oh-so jazzy, house & nu-disco mix, so Le Visiteur’s new mix “Le Deuxieme” couldn’t come at a better time.
Hailing from Britain, Le Visiteur is a DJ that is making a name for himself in the UK music scene (and hopefully with support from blogs, the American scene.) He’s been touring the UK on gigs with his good friend Mighty Mouse, and now he’s back with a massive serving of nu-disco cuts and house.
Mixing together some of his favorite cuts of the year, Le Deuxieme is a great mix that is worth checking out. Get in the mix with Le Visiteur!
Kinky Love & Adaja Black – Loco Love (Original)
Jessie Ware – Imagine it was us (Original)
Claptone – No Eyes (Original)
Jonas Rathsman – Bringin you down (Original)
Rayko – Getting Down (Original)
Millie Jackson – We got to hit it off (Alkalino edit)
Compuphonic – Sunset (Aeroplane Remix)
Sparque – Let’s go dancin (Club version)
Appaloosa – Patchwork (ATTAR! Remix)
Stefano Ritteri – Nothing Stays the same (Original)
Mighty Mouse – Love is Gonna Lift You Up (Sunrise Mix)
Brothers Love Dubs – Mings Incredible Disco Machine (Geetar & Peeano Mix)
Rodion – BFR (Space)
Felix Da Housecat – Sinner Winner (Original)
Need more Le Visiteur? Then check out this disco edits.
While jamming to MK’s latest Defected in the House Mix, I immediately was hypnotized by this track with haunting vocals; vocals that steal your soul for a few moments. Luckily, iTunes Defected in the House podcast shows the track listing while you’re listening, so I was able to quickly identify the track called “Open” by Rhye.
Have you heard of Rhye? If not, then get in the know. They are a Los Angeles-based indie duo and their track “Open” is a beautiful serenade that takes you there. The original is quite a musical experience, but the remix by MK is surely a house favorite.
Along with the remix by MK, Bondax has also give the track a chill remix. Both of the vibes from MK and Bondax are lovely, so I must say I’m madly in love with both; one is for dancing, the other is for cruising.
Give the house touch by MK a listen, close your eyes and drift away with Bondax’s remix, and while you’re at it, watch the original video for Rhye’s “Open” below.