By Mastermix Label Manager Richard Lee A TV theme can be as memorable as a classic track from a well known artist – it has the same power to evoke memories of times and places in our lives and, played at the right time, can work well in many DJ sets. In fact, the popularity
Mastermix Label Manager Richard Lee lists his top ten Tropical House floorfillers! Sweet Lovin’ – Sigala Brilliant track that has everything…great riff…awesome chorus…and that drop is quite nice too! Prayer In C (Robin Schulz Remix) – Lilly Wood One of my absolute favourite Tropical House anthems. A beautiful song that sounds even better in the
Reggaeton is a style of music featuring Latin & Caribbean vibes with a strong Hip Hop influence. This genre of music has been around since the 90s when it became huge in countries including Puerto Rico, Cuba & Columbia. Its popularity continued to grow across Latin American countries before exploding globally. Here’s a quick reference
What is Old School nowadays? To your younger crowd, a ‘throwback’ could be something from 10 years ago…. like these classic RnB tracks from the 00s.
Do you need a burst of inspiration for a few 80s floorfillers to drop into tonight’s set? Here’s some suggestions from Mastermix Label Manager Richard Lee Wham! – I’m Your Man This 1985 UK number one is a guaranteed floorfiller. It’s a brilliant pop track that appeals to everyone! An almost perfect pop track from start
Mastermix DJ Dave Evans takes us on a trip down memory lane into the world of 90s Dance… Ah. The 90’s, The end of the Soviet Bloc, Dolly the sheep, New Labour rising to power, heartbreak at Euro 96 (Football’s still coming home, it’s just taking the long way round), Trainspotting and much much more.
Not sure what to play when a client requests some Soul & Motown? Here you go: 1. Billy Ocean – Love Really Hurts Without You 2. Arthur Conley – Sweet Soul Music 3. Stevie Wonder – Superstition 4. Four Tops – I Can’t Help Myself 5. Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston – It Takes Two
Mastermix Label Manager Richard Lee has compiled his favourite mobile DJ cover versions! Yazz & the Plastic Population – The Only Way Is Up: Yes…this really is a cover version! The original was recorded in 1980 by soul singer Otis Clay but failed to chart in the UK. In 1988 producers Jonathon More & Matt Black
Mastermix Label Manager Richard Lee gives us an overview of just a few of the songs he’s used to end his events on a high! Take That – Greatest Day: A favourite for many wedding events and still a big end of night tune. Brilliantly written & performed it is worthy of its place in the chart.