So happy I stumbled across an older mix submission from December.
This mix is so much fun and is filled with some great feel good tunes and a real energetic mixing style. It’s short at 32 minutes, but is certainly a great way to spend 32 minutes.
You can tell just by listening that the DJ in this set, Tony C was having fun whilst recording this.
Feel free to thank Tony on Twitter – I’m sure he’ll love to hear how you enjoyed his mix. Follow him on Mixcloud for more fun DJ Sets.
About Tony C
Tony C. has been a part of the Chicago underground music scene since ’93. That’s when he went to his first rave in Chicago. It was hosted by legendary party crew ATP. The music was captivating and hypnotic. He found where the music was coming from. The DJ! “How are they making those sounds?” “How are they doing that?” From that point forward he was hooked.
In ’96, he hooked up with some friends from the Southside and really started going at it strong. That’s when he bought his first and only pair of Technic 1200 turntables. (Still has them to this day.) Every weekend was playing at a house party, an underground in Chicago or one of the many college “tour” stops around the midwest. The early 2000s were a hiatus from the dance scene to deal with work and starting a family. But in 2009 he had an itch to get it back going. And he had to scratch!
From deep house to tribal techno and everything in between, his driving sound is infectious.
Shake the Casbah! by Tcal312 on Mixcloud
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