It’s been a few years hatius But we are back but rather than being able to listen to Damian J dropping the beats live from Las Vegas you can now watch fire video stream at the following Streaming websites belowAs well as being a live on http://www.D3EP.com On Saturdays at 4 PM Pacific standard Time, 7 PM Eastern time, or midnight in London/UK time. We’ve been setting up quite the technology system and the brand-new studioAnd have already began to select some epically amazing ‘Feelgood dance music’ beats for enjoy every weekend. #GetD3ep
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DJ Damien Jay and Undisputed Grooves is selecting the soundtrack for an amazing media project called ‘Time to Go-Go’ which is a television and digital media project featuring the hottest go- go dancers from around the world. It’s a dance music television program that promotes electronic dance music, using comedy and hilarious characters throw into the mix.
The incredible performers are “Dancing to Save the Animals”- raising money, and creating awareness to especially help aide the endangered species around the globe. Check out the Pilot Episode below:
First hour of the show opened with Damien Jay dropping new tracks from Mat.Joe, Kattison, Billon on the Remix of Frances, a brand new Cassius remix and some other smoking white label promos from both sides of the Atlantic.
TRACK OF THE WEEK: Love Me Like This (Icarus Mix) by Benjamin Carlisle [Insanity Records]
After dropping the instrumental version of this in late 2015, Benjamin Carlisle is back with the full vocal on ‘Love Me Like This’, which is the vocal mix of the tune Benjamin Carlisle ‘One’ (Icarus Remix) on White Label we were dropping at the end of 2015 on the show. The up and coming Brooklyn based producer is a fast rising talent, and with the ever impressive Icarus alongside, this one’s set to be a winner!
GUEST MIX: Alex H (Undisputed Grooves 2004/2005)
If you ever looked at the history of undisputed grooves you’ll know it began at Edwards bar in Peterborough UK with weekly Friday and Saturday night parties in 2004, that would play commercial dance music and feel good house music sets, sometimes even dropping R&B and party tunes with Damian Jay and Uncle T boosting the DJ booth the, with Duracell Kev back up dancer support (that guy used to go all night long – sometimes even when the music stopped). Anyway there was plenty of cool regular faces that would come and get down and get social to the hottest sounds around. One cool young lad called Alex H would hang out, talk about the music and sometimes even play one or two tracks. Alex H also played with the crew at the other undisputed grooves party at Nusha bar in Cambridge.
Anyway we bumped into Alex H on social media and decided he should give you guys a taste of what he’s got 10 years later, and we think you’ll agree he definitely gets the undisputed stamp of approval with his excellent guest mix of wicked house music beats on the show!
Damien Jay opened the show as usual with shiny new promo tracks and some guaranteed floor fillers from Après, Troyboi, Philip George & Dragonette and a major heater from Boys Noize ft. Remy Banks making this episode a jolly good knees up!
TRACK OF THE WEEK: Mambo Brothers – Momento
Having begun their journey as DJ’s and producers last year, Ibiza’s infamous Mambo Brothers are set to catapult themselves into the limelight with their debut release ‘Momento’ which landed as our track of the week via Toolroom. Laced with orchestral elements and faint echoing vocals, perfecting the big room sound for clubs and festivals around the world, the brothers have proven their production ability is just as formidable as their prowess behind the decks..
GUEST MIX: Damien Jay (Undisputed Grooves/d3ep radio)
The scheduled guest for this episode couldn’t make it so Damien jumped back on for the second hour of the show, playing some of the ‘best of’ tracks that had been sent in over the last few months that we know you’re going to just love.
Bit of a break from the norm this week as our host Damien Jay took us through a journey through some of his house music classics on an ‘all vinyl’ journey through the UG history of house – 1994 to 2005. It was a wondrous journey through the best in feel good classic tunes!
Track of the week saw the return of Bordertown from Love & Other with the trademark underground sub bass forte combined with apex reaching topline synths and a 90s diva vocal, honed and directed with driving club-modal synergy.
GUEST MIX: Dj Brew (D3ep Radio)
Dj Brew is a fellow D3ep Radio family member who grew up listening to Terrence Parker, Jeff Mills, etc on the radio which inspired him to get into spinning tunes. He has a great show on http://www.d3ep.com that you should def check out called Gruv House.