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Classic House Series Episode #29 - Funk-A-Tron - R. Rivera's Grooves

Legendary house producer Robbie Rivera‘s legacy stems largely from his status as one of the biggest contributors to the tribal-house genre.  The Puerto Rican-born DJ’s signature dark, dirty, underground tribal rhythms with heavy doses of Latin and progressive influences have rocked dancefloors around the world since the mid-90s with hits including “ 182 more words

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My Podcast ‘In Da Temple’ is now available on iTunes, Stitcher, Podomatic & Mixcloud. This Podcast is where I go in the mix for 1 hour each month bringing you my selection of the best new House tracks. 160 more words

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Canadian Classic House Episode #5 - Into You(Meteor Club Mix) - Shauna Davis

The 90’s was an important time for Canadian dance music in terms of quality and quantity.  In addition to support from dance-oriented radio stations across the country, many artists actually became more well-known due to their music videos being shown on dance music themed television programs like  180 more words

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Classic House Series Episode #28 - House 4 All - Blunted Dummies

When looking back on people and artists who influenced me as a DJ, one of the first names that comes to mind is Chris Sheppard.  Back in the late 80’s and early 90s, Shep  374 more words

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Classic House Series Episode #27 - Wake Up(Shay-Ama) - Nu Civilization

One of challenges (and joys) of playing a great classic house set is picking just the right track to kick things off.  With a genre based on the concept of classic records that have stood the test of time, the possibilities are endless.   295 more words

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My Podcast ‘In Da Temple’ is now available on iTunes, Stitcher, Podomatic & Mixcloud. This Podcast is where I go in the mix for 1 hour each month bringing you my selection of the best new House tracks. 215 more words

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Classic House Series Episode #24 - My Feeling - Junior Jack

Despite the hoards of advantages that the digital age has brought us in terms of accessing music, I really miss record shopping.  I still do it as often as I can, but I miss the days when my Saturday afternoons were always blocked off for a trip to Yonge & Dundas in downtown Toronto where I would troll the record stores and HMV to grab the latest bangers, browse the hard-to-find classics and, if I was lucky, hear something completely at random that would shift the mood of the entire trip (and my purchasing priorities). 418 more words

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