Awesome House Track, GuMix Radio – 389 – 2015 on 33-45
I listen to many podcasts. One of them I enjoy much is GuMix. I will get to more about this artist in a bit… a good long bit. The track I am sharing below is a long, awesome house track. Listeners, get your groove on with GuMix 389 – 2015 on 33-45. Will talk more about this track after the break. This is, in my opinion, an awesome hour and a half groove.
GuMix Radio 389 – 2015 on 33-45
I like a variety of music genres. Personally, I only categorize my library in two sections; stuff to keep and shit to delete. I simply store them alphabetically by artists, fortunately, age and self-abuse have not yet claimed enough brain cells to prohibit this method from working. I always find what I want. This podcast is one to keep and keep active in your podcatcher.
A genre I enjoy is house. I love the extended ever-changing drive of the style. Unfortunately, the long play style often slights the genre for airtime. I try to make up for that by opening every LumpCast with a 30-minute track, Houseygrooves.
I think I might have found another great long track to play on my soon to return podcast. The track I just featured is only one example of what this artist offers. He is very eclectic. The artist describes his show well so I shall let him speak for himself. From the artist’s Facebook page;
The program differs substantially from other radio shows by providing pure musical entertainment. No commentary, only gü-mix music selection from my Vinyl and CD Archive.
Treasures from the past 50 years of music history, and always hot new productions of various styles such as: Brasil, reggae, drum & bass, dubstep, house, techno, hip hop, soul, funk, jazz … no matter which corner, mainly just music that I like.
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