Monday, August 27, 2012

Monday Mix #9: Downbeatscape Mix "Shiver" on the August Podcast

My latest mix, "Shiver," was developed exclusively for the August Podcast - a Boston web site dedicated to DJ and dance culture. Nick Minieri, the founder behind Beantown Boogiedown, writes, photographs and shares the sounds of the scene in Boston and the east coast. He asked Downbeatscape/EROK to develop a downtempo dance oriented mix to feature as his August podcast. This mix wavers between the depths of deep downtempo electronic and 140BPM bass, giving it a quality that allows the listener to chillout or get up and move.

Checkout the Podcast here and other great music at And stream via SOUNDCLOUD right here:

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