Next up on our podcast series is a mind-melting mix from Cyber Girl including plenty of highly acidic material (^_^) She is a talented DJ and producer of Spanish descent, with a foot in both Detroit and Ann Arbor. She is part of the electronic music collective MEMCO throwing great parties in our sister city with an authentic focus on inclusiveness and diversity.
John Joseph is the founder and purveyor of the PITS label from Detroit, Michigan. His latest EP, Get Vicious, is an exploration of genres in electronic music ranging from acid, to techno, to electro. Over the past two years, he has soaked up a massive amount of material coming from within the city and it has translated into a diversity of releases. These four tracks are focused on the dance floor, as well as sharing a snapshot in time. During a period of great change for Detroit, it is this music that has been consistent in bringing people together. And here, John captures the feeling of moving your body and being ‘vicious’ in expressing yourself. It is an invitation to let go of outer judgements, and truly be free. Stream / Download: https://fanlink.to/pts010
Hearkening back to raves of old, Dretraxx (aka Andrew Schireson) has provided three burning tracks of acid that reminisce upon dark warehouses in Detroit. These sounds take listeners on a journey to a techno filled underworld with a groove that will keep even the people there dancing.
Dre has been a steadfast pillar of the local dance music scene for the past few years, hosting his events Body Worx at the esteemed Temple Bar in Detroit. His love for acid can be seen in the traditional smiley face incorporated into the series logo.
Stream / download: https://fanlink.to/pts006
For its 6th release, the label thus picked Dretraxx (aka Andrew Schireson), who has been a steadfast pillar of the local dance music scene for the past few years, hosting his events Body Worx at the esteemed Temple Bar in Detroit. His love for acid can be seen in the traditional smiley face incorporated into the series logo…
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