Some classics that were never far from my turntables back in the day 🙂
First blogcast for Thumping Thursday, where Hong Kong Beat mobile disco will showcase dance tracks each Thursday.
This week I’ve selected some dance floor deep house, electro house and progressive house hits from the past year.
First in what will (hopefully) be a daily blogcast of around 30 minutes showcasing a different genre each day, starting with rock today for Wild Wednesday.
With vast experience of Hong Kong’s cultural diversity, vast musical knowledge, client focus and sensitivity to event needs, Hong Kong Beat mobile disco is the perfect solution to your wedding day music and entertainment needs.
Grab an 18 year old – malt of course – and kick it 🙂
I’ve added a new page outlining other types of entertainers and services that Hong Kong Beat can recommend an help put you in touch with or coordinate together with for your event.
And, as I don’t act as their agent, there are no additional fees for putting you in touch with them or arranging for them to work alongside Hong Kong Beat at your event.
Check it out – especially Santa!
Not about music or partying, but an issue I feel very strongly about as a parent of three kids who’s mother was such an inspiration with her nutritious and inventive meals, that it even inspired me to go beyond the boiled egg stage and to learn more about nutrition and health for their, and my, good after she passed on.
Despite the ‘rock star’ approach (which is perhaps becoming a bit jaded), this is a great cause. Poor nutrition for kids isn’t just a 3rd World problem, it’s a Worldwide epidemic. So please give it support, as we can all do something with our own families on a daily basis, instead of the usual clicktivism or ‘fire and forget’ donations.
As far as obesity is concerned – just part of the nutrition problem for kids – it’s caused, in part, by unaware parents feeding their kids junk food and poorly balanced meals because they don’t know any better, think they do not have time, that it costs more to feed them well, or don’t spend time educating their children to ignore peer and advertising pressure. All wrong and easily corrected.
A lot can be done if parents are just a little more aware of the issues and take responsibility for what they are, parents.
Please share it on social media, on your blogs anywhere, and spread the message.
Set of classic Latin pop, salsa and reggaeton tunes put together for some Latina and Filipina hip-shakers last year. Good for a lo-tempo zumba work out as well:-)
Was very lucky to be invited to do a guest spot at a beat club in Roppongi, Tokyo back in 2004 after I got talking to the owner about acid jazz.
Recently found the playlist and and recreated the set.
Hmmm, jazz… Nice 🙂