In this episode, I have another great mix in store continuing the fun we always have with some great deep house and also some driving basslines and a nice bit of funky as well.
This time we have the dancefloor slayer “Some People Say” from Curtis Gabriel, a great track updated in the form of Criticize from Jetique, We also have the big tunes from Man Without a Clue, Fred Everything and Fusion Groove Orchestra too.
Sit back and enjoy everyone!
Curtis Gabriel & Semedo – Some People Say
Nora En Pure – Saltwater 2015 (Rework)
AlunaGeorge – I’m In Control (Throttle Remix)
Worthy – This Time
Kactuz & Coeus – On My Mind (Original Mix)
Michael Mandal – I Don’t Know (Club Mix)
Man Without A Clue feat. Meleka – Bless Her Soul (Club Mix)
Fred Everything Feat. Jinadu – Searching (Deetron Remix)
Jetique – Criticize
Aprés – Prophet
Jamie XX – Gosh (Left/Right Remix)
Treasure Fingers and Ghosts Of Venice – Moving On (Warehouse Mix)
Deep Swing – In The Music
Fusion Groove Orchestra – If Only I Could (Liem Remix)
Ian "Skev" Hardy developed a love for music at a very young age and set his goals around two simple tasks, collecting great music and playing great music.
Ian established FunkySexyMusic in 2013. “I needed a brand to create my vision of how things needed to be, something that when you heard it mentioned meant quality, great music, fun, how house used to be.”
FunkySexyMusic is about music that is of the highest quality, "it’s about the fact I spend ages looking for that tune, the new one, the one you haven’t heard before, the perfect one that makes your heart smile and your feet dance when you hear it. It’s about unity, it’s about family and ultimately, it’s about freedom, freedom for you on the dance floor and freedom for me behind the decks." It’s about the fact when you hear Ian Hardy or FunkySexyMusic mentioned, you know what to expect and you should never accept less. Finally, it’s about the love, not the money.
Ian was overjoyed to be welcomed into the Dirty Disco Radio family in early 2015 and is aiming to bring you sets and editorial pieces that are to the same high standard that you have always come to expect from Kono and the rest of the Dirty Dsico radio family.