Endless Groove is back with some super smooth beats to round out the summer. This session I went back to the basic idea that Endless Groove started with: mellow, driving repetitive beats with a lot of melody and some beautiful vocal effects. I also snuck in some true classics that I’ll let you find on your own. Enjoy.
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Endless Groove Episode 2 continues in the idea of finding a nice, mellow relaxing groove and just letting it run its course. That’s not to say there aren’t moments that make you want to break out and dance, but this is music to work to. Or to drive to. This is a collection of music that I absolutely love, each track with a sprinkling of magic melody to keep things interesting. It also features one of the best tracks I’ve heard in years, the perfectly named The Magnificent by Lindstrøm. Killer.
I spend a lot of time sitting at my computer (shocking, I know). Sometimes, I just want some nice, mellow house music that sets itself into a groove and rolls. Some of my sets have had this characteristic, but I decided to create a new imprint called “Endless Groove”, just for these sorts of mixes. It’s got a bunch of tech house and a bit of progressive, and every once in a while the set kicks it up a notch and you may find you head bobbing along and your feet tapping your chair. At least, if you’re anything like me…
So it turns out that if you wait to too long between set releases, pretty much every one of your favourite artists releases a killer new track. I guess you could refer to this set as the Epic Mix.
16 Bit Lolitas make a couple of appearances with tracks from their magnificent new LP. DJBS favourites UNKLE, Jaytech and Way Out West all contribute in one way or another — I even found room for the new version of the all-time classic Shapeshifter’s track, Lola’s Theme (which made an appearance on one of my first ever mix sets, many years ago).
This will probably be the last set released under the “phoenix sessions” moniker for a while, as I intend to explore some new spaces in the near future. Stay tuned.
Black River (Gui Boratto Remix) – Bomb The Bass
Reformation (Robert Babicz Remix) – Lucca
Coconut Blues – Gabriel Ananda
Bazook (Bazookapella) – Chris the Greek & Matheos
Formula of Fear (Uberzone Dub Mix) – Hybrid
Murder Weapon – 16 Bit Lolitas
Azteca (KOS’s Stadium Mix) – KOS
Twilight (Layo and Bushwacka! Remix) – UNKLE
Lola’s Theme (2008 Re-edit) – The Shapeshifters
Heart & Soul – Yvel and Tristan
The Warning (Terracotta Army’s Eastern Invasion) – Way Out West
Nobody Seems to Care (feat. Jennifer Horne) – 16 Bit Lolitas
Candy (James Zabiela Remix) – Spooky
Geko – Guy J
Meaningful Story (Jaytech Remix) – Dinka
Omptine D’Un Ature Ete, L’Apres Midi – Jay Haze and Yann Thiersen