Rocking the party through from 11 to midnight with nineties, noughties, and just a smattering of 80s, house and dance pop! 🙂
Moving dance and soul set about being alone, for Monday Moods this week.
Digging out a 2011 live dance set for Thumping Thursday this week.
This selection of house, electrohop and dance pop was the opening 30 minutes or so of a 2 hour set I played following the fabulous live performance of the Doobie Brothers at the HK Foreign Correspondent’s Club Po Leung Kuk Charity 10th Anniversary Annual Ball.
The Po Leung Kuk is a long established charity that helps children from underprivileged backgrounds get an education and progress in life beyond their meagre outlook, and has many successes of community and business leaders from within its charges.
The HK FCC holds an annual fund raising ball supporting the Charity, one that I also support and provided DJ services for, that showcases a big name live performer – of the ‘age’ known to the general audience of Western and Asian businessmen and philanthropists.
Monday Moods this week presents an extract from live set for a Halloween party in 2014.
For such a dark subject, stalking and similar creepy feelings and moods are quite a popular subject for music. Makes you wonder what goes on in the heads of the artists.
This creepy extract crosses 4 decades of electronic dance music.
The house rocked with this opening set for a 60th birthday party in Shanghai last year, where the youngest person was the barman, and he was over 40!
Dance pop, electrohop and electro-house floor fillers for Thumping Thursday.
Going back to around the time of the Millennium, no not that crappy Robbie Williams song, but the time when glosticks and Bolly where the only way to party, with some classics trance for Thumping Thursday.
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.