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From San Diego, CA, comes a fresh new mix by Russian born DJ/Producer Dmitry Purple. In celebration of his 30th birthday, we're honored to fling this new dopeness right into your earholes . . . only on Beat Soup! Here he is . . .
Dmitry Purple, aka DJ Purple, brought undying devotion, acute attention to detail and his vision for the best underground experience to the Las Vegas House scene for the first 3 years of his DJ career. Performing and hosting from smaller underground clubs to the biggest Vegas venues, Dmitry's reputation as a DJ, event producer and successful promoter was established. Recently relocated to Southern California, Purple has discovered a new passion for music, playing at famous Tropical, Desert Hearts and other beautiful festivals. Transforming and evolving his sound from the Vegas clubs to the tribal festival community, he finds new vision for music and creation. You can feel an intense love in his unique trippy House and Techno music. Purple's latest events exemplify his love and transition for a sophisticated underground sound, delivering a unique quality music production and an experience surrounded with positive energy and art. This has already evolved into a new monthly event, Tribalove, that he co-organized with one of the most talented local artist, Lee Reynolds.
Well well well, it's been a good long while since we've gotten our hands on a brand new mix by Jesse Wright, and we're pretty stoked, 'cuz you know this shit's gonna take you on a tasty little journey of goodness.
One of the original founders of the Pocket crew, and the Woogie Stage at Lightning in a Bottle, Jesse's been helping to shape the sound of the West coast tech-house/techno/progressive sound, both as himself and as part of the DJ duo idiot Savant, for the better part of two decades. Seriously, this guy is one of the best there is.
If you're in the LA area, make sure to come see Jesse live at the DISTRIKT HoLiDaZe party at Dim Mak studios!
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Welcome once more, children of the deep techy goodness . . . we have a very special, very sexy mix for you this week that I know you're going to enjoy, probably without pants.
There's a relatively new crew that hails from North County San Diego, California, comprised of a small core group of very young and very talented people. Once called the Jungle crew, they are now growing a powerful brand called Desert Hearts, and if you're in the Southern California area chances are you've heard of them and/or their rapidly growing micro-festival of the same name.
Today's mix comes from Marbs, one of the founders of this rapidly growing crew, and we're honored to feature him this week on Beat Soup! Check him out:
The only thing constant in life is change; a constant cycle of adaptation and rearrangements. The power to dictate how those changes affect your life is in your hands and in your heart. Undying hard work on whatever it is you love to do, a spirit of optimism, and always surrounding yourself with positive friends and goosebump-ilicious music is the key to alleviate the stressors of change.
Those principles run deep in San Diego DJ and Burning Man enthusiast, Marbs. Everything changed for Marbs during a music festival in college when he saw Lee Burridge at the civic center in San Francisco during Love Fest, back when they still brought burning man art cars and parades through the city. That experience changed his musical outlook tremendously and ever since, Marbs has surrounded himself with that deep, tribal, sexy goodness.
As papa bear for the Desert hearts crew and a resident sexecutive DJ for Lovelife, Marbs is continually on the cutting edge of deep house and techno music. Inspired by Burning Man, this playa connoisseur, along with his band of desert dancing junkies, host a slew of underground open air gatherings; including their latest endeavor, Desert Hearts. His sound can be described as deep, dark, sexy, and tech. With dream-like melodies and hard thumping beats, Marbs takes you on a musical journey each and every time he touches the decks.
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For all you San Diego Decom lovers, we know you're gonna enjoy reliving this delicious moment in time . . . the recording of J. Cush, live from Youtopia!
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From the Wülfpack den and Frisky Radio, Beat Soup is very excited to offer up this brand new mix by Riley Warren. Both beautiful and completely bad-ass behind the decks, this girl is the real deal and the proof is in the pudding with this mix. Fasten your seatbelt, it's about to get gooooooood.
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Railyard Recordings label boss Matt Xavier returns to BeatSoup with Part One of a special 6 hour extended Memorial Day set recorded live on the Black Rock playa for the Pocket Truckee crew.
Kick back and enjoy the first three hours of this special journey as Matt Xavier paints his unique blend of psychedelic house and trippy techno on a dusty sunrise canvas.
Introduction by: Matt Xavier and Justin Scott Dixon @ Voyager Studio
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY BEAT SOUP!! That's right folks, we've reached an amazing milestone . . . episode #100!
THANK YOU!! Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!! Each and every one of you that listen to Beat Soup each week and have supported us all this time play a huge role in the success of our #1 ranked podcast and we can't thank you enough. To celebrate this occasion we are offering up a new mix by our very own little acornPUMPKIN! He calls is Pumpkin soup . . .
Please keep listening and sharing Beat Soup with your friends. We want to bring great music to as many people as we can!
If you're in the SoCal area, catch a very special Pumpkin Smashing party featuring Pumpkin on Nov. 3rd, the Sunday after Halloween. Click HERE for more info!
Thanks again all you crazy house music lovers!! Together we will conquer the world!! (Or at least enjoy some great beats!)
Well well well . . . here we are, episode #99. As we prepare for the milestone before us we are very excited to introduce you to a new DJ duo called Hello Técnico, comprised of Christian Fayette and Wil Sarmienti. Putting these two tech-heads together has churned out a new force in the music scene and I'm excited to see where they go . . . I have a feeling it's gonna be up.
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If you live in Southern California then it's likely you know Music is 4 Lovers and the Lovelife Parties, founded and co-founded, respectively, by the one and only Jon Dadon. Well, we had the maestro himself put together a new mix for us and we gotta say . . . it's rad . . . you're gonna eat it up, like good little soupaholics.
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This week we are stoked to have a new mix by a legend of the LA underground house scene, Dougal Fry from the F.A.M.I.L.Y. crew. Grab a latte, take off your pants and prepare to get down!
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