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Mike Dailor's FutureRetro Mix: "Alors On Danse"
October 19, 2011 11:52 AM PDT
10 slammin' club anthems from the 80's+90's, recalled, remixed, recovered, reloaded and rebooted for the dance floor 2011-style. Get ready to move!
1. Technotronic: Pump Up The Jam 2007 (Sander Van Doorn Remix)
October 18, 2011 02:09 PM PDT
My DJ set from the "Rave The 90's" event at TiLT Nightclub in Rochester, NY on August 27, 2011. A whole bunch of people remarked how great it was to hear these 20-year-old tracks in a club again, and I could not agree more. File this under "Acid Techno", and Turn Up The BASS!Mike Dailor's FutureRetro Mix: "Best Of 80s Dance"
May 19, 2011 12:35 PM PDT
This show is an 80's retro affair taken from CAPP Records' "Best of 80s Dance: Vol. 3" release. If this mix is up your alley, be sure to check out their entire "Best of 80s Dance" series on iTunes or Amazon as they've produced some amazing dancefloor versions of classics you'll no doubt remember from back in the day.
IN THIS EPISODE:
1. Cary August: Need You Tonight (Extended Club Mix)
May 19, 2011 12:25 PM PDT
My Mad*House year-end special radio show, featuring some of my favorite tricks and some of your favorite tracks from the awesome year in Electronic Dance Music that was 2010!
IN THIS EPISODE:
1. Marshall Jefferson: Move Your Body (Soul Avengerz Club Mix)
May 19, 2011 12:07 PM PDTIf you were a clubgoer in the 90s (or if you're familiar with the film A Night At The Roxbury), there's no way you could've escaped the songs in this collection of floor fillers. Le Click, Culture Beat, Real McCoy, Black Box, La Bouche, Snap, Haddaway, Captain Hollywood Project... you know what I'm talkin' about. Now that you've had time to miss them, I'm bringing 'em back to you recalled, remixed, rebooted and reloaded for the 2010's in this non-stop 1-hour DJ mix. Hope you dance your *ss off, and please be sure to visit me at MikeDailor.com for more FutureRetro goodness! IN THIS EPISODE: o Le Click - Tonight is the Night (Dance Mix) o Culture Beat - Mr. Vain 2005 Recall (2k5 Remix) o Real McCoy - Another Night (Reloaded Remix) o Black Box - Everybody Everybody 2008 o Rec Pro - Sweet Dreams (Dave Ramone Mix) o Haddaway - What Is Love (Klaas 2009 Bodybangers Remix) o Snap - Rhythm is a Dancer (Jason Parkers 2008 Retro Mix) o Black Box - Ride On Time (Mike's 99 Remix) o We Love Ft. Jade - Right In The Night (Billions Dollars Dogs & Vincenzo Callea Fast DJ Club Mix) o Captain Hollywood Project - More And More Recall 2008 (Mike Md & Chris Rockford Remix) o Amber - This Is Your Night (Original 12-Inch Mix) o Corona - Rhythm Of The Night (2005 12-Inch Mix) o Taylor Dayne - Tell It To My Heart (1995 Tony De Vit Club Mix) o Jennifer Lopez - Waiting For Tonight (2009 Gilad-M Electro Remix) o La Bouche - Be My Lover (2005 Royal Gigolos Remix) o Silverscreen vs. Londonbeat - I've Been Thinking About You (2010 Chico Del Mar vs Tom Palace Remix) o Crystal Waters - 100 Percent Pure Love (2010 Scooter & Lavelle Mix) o Information Society - Running (2000 Victor Calderone Remix) o C+C Music Factory - Make U Sweat (2009 Princess Ann Reconstruction Tribal Mix) o 2 Unlimited - No Limit (2006 DJ Yan Remix) Mike Dailor's Mad*House Mix: "POP!"
May 19, 2011 11:55 AM PDT
From the "You find inspiration in the strangest places" department: I roadtripped to York, PA last weekend to see my 10-year-old niece perform Lady Antebellum's "American Honey" in her 4th grade school talent show (nice job Abby, you were AWESOME!) where I sat in the audience with my 12-year-old nephew Jacob. Several of the vocal and dance acts featured some pretty catchy songs that I'd never heard before, so we dimmed the screens on our smartphones and started punching in the lyrics to find out who the artists were. (Selena Gomez was the evening's big winner, with two appearances of "Shake It Up" and one "Round & Round"). The next morning, I pulled up the Billboard Top 40 chart and downloaded some tracks, and then Jake schooled me on the State of Pop 2011. "Rocketeer?" "That's a good song!" "We R Who We R?" "That's not good, but people like it." And so on. So I loaded up the iPod with dancefloor versions of our thumbs-up picks, and then on the drive back to New York my wife and I whittled them down to the "A" list. (BTW, M. A. and I are both of the opinion that any Britney "Hold It Against Me" remix that does *not* include that awesome gut-shaking dubstep break is going straight to the back of the crate!)
So after being completely immersed in Top 40 for the past 5 days, I'm pleased to present to you this week's show, "POP!". There are 43 (!!!) songs in this 1-hour set, which works out to about a song every little-over-a-minute or so. DJ Earworm's crazy-cool "Don't Stop The Pop" gets the party started mashup-style, and then I jump in and dive deeper. I'll be building a video for this set over the next week to play out at a couple of shows at the end of the month, look for it here shortly. In the meantime, please enjoy: POP!
P.S. to Jacob & Abby: Thanks for a great weekend!
IN THIS EPISODE:
1. DJ Earworm: United State of Pop 2010 (Don't Stop the Pop)
Wicked-good dancepop & upfront house! DJ/Producer Mike Dailor brings you weekly non-stop mainstream club sets straight from the dance floor with Lady Gaga, David Guetta, Madonna, Pink, Bimbo Jones, Kaskade, Deadmau5, Alphabeat, Timbaland, Train, Shakira, The Script, Katy Perry, Ke$ha, BT, 3OH!3, Goldfrapp, Cascada, Taio Cruz, Moto Blanco, Rihanna, Alcazar, Booty Luv, more!
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