1.11.11 mix

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This is the set I had been working on for New Years and for Seema and Seth’s wedding reception. The track is over an hour long and contains a little bit of everything: Top 40, Electronic, Hip Hop, Old School, World Music (Bhangra and Bollywood), Pop and Rock. Enjoy!

Recorded on 1.11.11. Happy New Year everybody.

1.11.11 MIX

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8 thoughts on “1.11.11 mix

  1. Nice. I can dance to this for the entire hour. Especially like the transitions at 5:30 and 14:10 to the beats that are ingrained in my soul. 🙂

  2. I really enjoyed listening to this mix. It contained a good mix of different music genres, beats, and showcased minor elements and unique details from the songs. I really dug the mixes towards the end, specifically when you mixed an electronic new wave 80’s song with a 90’s hip hop etc. I seem to be drawn to mash-ups of completely different music styles that have been tweaked such that they just flow well together. We also got to hear a little scratching and other modifications (i.e. dj skill) more towards the end of the mix, but they were presented in such a manner where the transitions and mix are still smooth, and flow throughout the hour. I also really appreciated the fact that this mix actually showcased DJ manipulations, as opposed to just playing a few mintues of a song with a base in the background and then having a repeated formula for transitioning into another song, which plays as it normally would on a CD or radio edit, without any artisic expression and tweaking of the piece. I’m not impressed when I go to certain wedding receptions or related events, and there is a “DJ” that merely plays songs “as is”. If that is all they are going to do, then people might as well just play their I-Pod mix and forgo getting a DJ. In any event, it was refreshing to hear an entertaining and ecelctic mix. Good job! Hope to hear more stuff soon!

  3. Sukh displayed his awesome talents at a house party I had a few months ago. Many of my friends told me afterwards that they were impressed with how the songs were mixed and how they really enjoyed the music. This mix here is reflective of how Sukh can take different genres of music and make them flow together seamlessly. Being able to mix Bell Biv Devoe with Inxs and Justin Timberlake with Bhangra shows creativity. Anyone who wants to be guaranteed a great time at their next party should definitely invite Sukh to spin-he’s also really good about taking requests and making sure to play music that you like.

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