New Year’s Eve 2014 – Live In Brooklyn

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DJ’d a New Year’s Eve party in New York for the 4th year in a row, the second consecutive year at my friend’s place in Brooklyn.  100+ people, 5 big speakers, and great people made for an amazing evening.  Started off with some lounge and new disco, then went into top 40, hip hop and some 80s.  Here it is: DJ Analytic Live in BK NYE 2014 by Dj Analytic on Mixcloud ———————————————————————— Like the Mix? Click the Share button! ————————————————————————

It’s My Birthday – Von Wed Dec 10th

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Damn … another year down.  It’s been a great one, but the best part about turning a year older is getting all your friends to come and hang out, so will be celebating my bday at Von Bar on December 10th.  In addition to Dr. Unos & Dubs, excited to have DJ Rawbeatz headling.  Beatz has been the resident at Bob Bar, the church of hip hop in NYC, every sat for the past couple years.  Being in the DJ scene for a while, usually there’s a difference between the DJs other DJs respect, and the ones that the general public likes to get down to.  More than any other DJ, this man does both.  Here’s a quick vid of his work: So I’m going party like it’s my birthday …

So Slide Over Here …

Four really common words, “So slide over here” … Flipping channels, I saw INXS : Never Tear Us Apart on Showtime.  I always liked their music, I remember first hearing them on the song from the Lost Boys soundtrack (although in hindsight, I probably heard “What You Need” quite a bit on the radio around that time).  By the time Kick came out in 1987, I had INXS written on my English notebook.  I put a few songs on recent mixes, Need You Tonight was on my first demo, Guns In the Sky on my first lounge mix, and Not Enough Time on another. The “mini series” (two parts of about 1.5 hours) is the story of the band’s beginnings and rise to fame until Michael Hutchence’s death in 1997: The concert at Wembley seemed like the pinnacle, loved the opening of Guns in the Sky, a long drum solo and then that big guitar riff: For being a long time fan, the story of the band was a surprise, playing in pubs to audiences for 10 people in the late 70s and taking off from there, as well as the dynamic between the members, watching it made me think of all the…

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Ground Floor Mix – Groovin’ Deep House

Ground Floor (Recorded Live) by Dj Analytic on Mixcloud