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Starts off slow with some downtempo tracks, then flips into indie dance and nu-disco. 40 minutes in, changes over to some deep house and at 90 minutes we raise the energy with some tech house. Set times (hours:minutes) as follows… 0;00 Dity, 1:32 Marcos, 2:07 Dity, 2:53 Marcos, 3:25 Dity, 3:35 Marcos. http://ditymusic.com/wp-content/uploads/mixes/20181116.mp3Podcast: Play in …
Funky house for first 4 hours, gets a little more progressive and techno for the last hour to wind down the mix. http://ditymusic.com/wp-content/uploads/mixes/20181103.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
Nice little mix with Lauro. Starts chill, pick up an hour and a half into the mix, end with a back to back set. Set times as follows (hours:minutes): 0:00 Dity, 0:48 Lauro, 1:39 Dity, 2:32 Lauro, 3:07 Dity, 3:22 Lauro & Dity B2B http://ditymusic.com/wp-content/uploads/mixes/20181102.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android …
The earliest mixes date back to 2007, however I got my first field audio recorder in 2009, which allowed me to do start doing live recordings in the club. This was the year I started my weekend residency and Pulse lounge in the Campus Martius of downtown Detroit. A bar that’s since been razed along with parking complex and stores on that property. The owners opened a new bar in Greektown called Firebird Tavern, that I recommend visiting if you are in Detroit.
Prior to Pulse, I had a weekend residency at a small wine bar in the Campus Martius called Enoteca, and before that in 2007, I was spinning Thursday nights in Ferndale at a sushi lounge known as Sakana. At the end of 2010, after 2 years at Pulse, I packed up and moved to Orlando. Early in 2011, I hopped around gigs, spinning most frequently on the rooftop of Vain and doing small events at various venue. Towards the end of October, I locked in a residency at Chico’s Tequila Bar and spun mixed styles through early 2015, at which point I moved over to Monkey Bar and have been working a Friday & Saturday residency since.
Working at Monkey Bar has been a pleasure, allowing me to focus on styles of electronic music that interest me most and play unique and new music every night I work. I really enjoy the company of the guests that visit and having such a great team to work with on Wall Street. Hopefully you enjoy the new mixes, as well as some of the old.