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ELIAN 06.2005 episode 74
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October 04, 2014 10:11 AM PDT
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Another #throwbackthursday

Summer Pool Party ELIAN Jan 2005
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September 11, 2014 12:02 PM PDT
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#throwbackthursdays

Remembering Paseo Uno LOUNGE. Elian. Episode 72
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May 30, 2014 10:25 AM PDT
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Before MUSIC AND WINE, before MyHOUSE, there was Paseo Uno LOUNGE, the pool party at the Mandarin Oriental Manila organized by yours truly. Today, we celebrate its 10-year would be anniversary as we learn of the closure of the magnificent hotel. For those who lived through its year of unparalleled success, and the wonderful memories that were made, here's to taking chances!

This mix is called "Chill House with an Attitude"

APSARA a.k.a. Mari Furuya (San Francisco) Episode 71
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May 08, 2014 04:33 AM PDT
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DJ Apsara dropped by Manila recently, performing at Club TIME next door to Chihuahua. The Tokyo-born San Francisco-based Mari Furuya rocked it, as expected, and people are still talking about it today. Here's her latest mix on the tech tip.

Get more Aspara info at the beautifully laid out www.djaspara.com

 

 

 

jojoflores live at Cubo, Bulgaria - Episode 70
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March 19, 2014 11:52 AM PDT
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Jojo Flores has been up to a whole lot since his last appearance on the show two years ago. It was right about that time he was visiting Manila and having dinner with us at Sugi. Flores told us then about this new thing he had launched.

He called it PEOPL. A Sunday afternoon party that was different. "It's people without the 'e'," he said. It seemed only a few months later that we first heard about this new club that would emerge with the same name: PEOPL. It turns out Flores convinced the owners of club UN, where the weekly PEOPL. party was taking place to reopen the club destined for closure under its new name, and to bring him in as an active investor.

The club would embody the same virtues that had made the Sunday party such a success. "It was for our people," says Flores. It was for the real lovers of music that come out just to listen and get lost in it, that "lose and refind themselves in the music." It was different in that it didn't attract the weekend crowd that may be there for the wrong reasons.

The new club features paintings on the walls made by local artists that were for sale, it holds a yoga class every Tuesday evening, it even presents live jazz shows. It's a "boutique" club, according to Flores.

Club PEOPL. turned one a few months ago. Here's to vision!

Peter Borg (London, UK) Simply Salacious - Episode 69
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February 14, 2014 10:34 AM PST
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He's one of London's hardest working DJs, and he's back on the show, this time with his highly acclaimed December 2013 music mix.  

And if you like what you hear here, catch Peter Borg on his weekly radio show Tuesdays from 7-9pm GMT on Mi-Soul.com and on all social media at peterborgmusic.  Here's the playlist!


1. Fall For You - Kings Of Tomorrow 

2. Stop the world -Tarantulaz ft Renn Washington 

3. Falling in love - DKSF Audio Ft Naomi Mogg 

4. Taxi - Lieutenant Grey ft Surmayi 

5. My Baby - Soulful Session Ft. Leanne 

6. You - (Deep Roger Remix) - Raheem DeVaughn 

7. Alone Together (Gruvhunter Beatdown Remix) - Daley ft Marshia Ambrosius 

8. Double Trouble (Wipe the needle remix) - Circle of Funk ft Lifford and Natasha Watts 

9. If you take my love (Booker T remix) - Kings of Soul 

10. Let's Stay Home (M&S remix) - Frankie Knuckles pres. Director's Cut starring Inaya Day 

11. Hallelujah anyway (David Penn mix) - Candi Staton 

12. The Word Is Love (Alfred Azzetto Classic Re-Work Remix) - Steve Silk Hurley Ft Sharon Pass 

13. I Need You (Muzikman Edition Remix) - Kenny Bobien & Jose Burgos 

14. Step Up - Jamie Lewis & Michelle Weeks 

15. Façade (Danny Clark Vocal Mix) - Neil Thompson & Nicole Mitchell

Sammy Rock (Cyberjamz.com, NYC) - Episode 68
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January 25, 2014 12:24 PM PST
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I can't tell you how excited I am to publish this week's mix.  And you wanna know who spins it?  Sammy Rock.  That's right, as in Cyberjamz.com's own Sammy Rock from the Bronx.


If you only knew how critical Cyberjamz has been to my personal development as a DJ.  I happened by Cyberjamz over 10 years, possibly by linking through the online magazine www.undagroundarchives.com about NYC's house scene, run by photographer Donna Ward, who used to organize the annual Choice Awards (the scene's Oscars).


The station was quite impressive.  It had a strong line-up of radio programs scheduled at different peak listening hours of the day.  7-9pm Master Kev's Yo Sessions.  10-12pm Sunday School by Keith "Porterhouse" Porter. 9-11pm The NuBang Clan Sessions.  We're talking 10 shows a day, seven days a week.  These were live shows broadcast weekly, jam packed with good music, rarely ever repeating a track from one week to the next.  This is when I discovered DJs like Camacho, Carlos Sanchez, James Vincent, Donna Edwards, and Ruben Toro.  This is when I first heard about Robbi The Promoter. This is when I learned about the Jersey DJs.  There was even live chatting.  You'd read things like "just got home from the Shelter, Timmy killed it tonight" and "I like what he did with Sandcastles on that long transition..."


One show I used to listen to often was called "Soul Expressions" by the station founder and manager DJ Sammy Rock a.k.a Soul Oasis. "Soul Expressions on Cyberjamz dot kEm," Sammy'd say.  He'd get on the mic and talk about anything from last week's events, to how his birthday party went on Tuesday night, to what to look forward to that upcoming week.  I'm telling ya, it felt like I was right there in the middle of the scene.  It felt like I knew about as much as anyone else attending these parties from one week to the next.  (P.S. This immersion came in handy when I was invited to present an award at the Choice Awards 4.0 in 2005, when Cyberjamz was voted best online radio station.  That night I met in person many of the people I'd heard about through Cyberjamz and similar sites like GrooveParlor.com, DeepHousePage.com, HandzOnRadio.com, etc., like Jovonn, Cordell Johnson, Ed DunnDanny Krivit, Quentin Harris, Kevin Hedges, Anane, Stephanie Cooke, Jada, Tommy Bones, Andre Collins, Bruce Tatum, and Josh Milan.)  


Back to the radio station.  The music was just phenomenal, and consistently that way.  I spent countless hours listening and internalizing this music, so much so that it became part of me, part of who I became. 

And here we are 10 years later, I am completely filled with pride as we introduce Sammy Rock on the show for the first time.  Here's a commercial-free "House of Soul" fresh music mix.  Hope you're wearing comfortable shoes!

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Be Who You Wanna Be - Elian (MUSIC AND WINE) Episode 67
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January 12, 2014 11:27 PM PST
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It's a new year. A time to set our sights higher to make this one of the best music podcast programs you can get your hands on. As it enters its 5th year, MUSIC AND WINE Radio is expected to publish this year music mixes by over 50 of house music's top DJs from the Americas, Europe, Africa and, of course, the Philippines.

And to kick off this commitment, a 90-minute set by yours truly of strictly new music. Let's go!

Halleluah Anyway (Larse Vocal Mix) - Up by Logitech

Revival V3 - Cuts Deep & Martine Girault

Follow Me Aly (Main Mix) - Us Matthew Bandy and Toni Economides Pres. Xakosa

Like Rain (Main Mix) - Dom Navarra feat. Cairo

Think About (Kupper's NuDeep Remix) - 95 North, Big D, Eric Kupper

Just Say Yes (Mirco Esposito Remix) RaShaan Houston & Mr Egg Germ

Devotion (Bam Bam's House Mix)

Keep On Steppin - 4.The Playerz (DJ Romain, Vincenzo Siracusa)

Butterflies (The Layabouts Vocal Mix) Reel People, Dyanna Fearon

Keep On Wondering (Original Mix) - DJ Fudge

Top Of The World (Original Mix) - Sonny Fodera & Kevin Kind

Keep Moving (The Sophisticado Ext Vocal Mix) Nicole Mitchell

Wanna Be (Rancido's Traveling Soul Mix) - Cee ElAssaad & Heidi Martin

Libre La Vida (Supernova Remix) - Danniel Selfmade, Charlie Demir

The Message (NYC Philly Tribute Mix) - Oscar P & C. Scott

Circles (riCkY inCh Vocal Mix) - Kimara Lovelace

Catch Ines and I, Elian, at RocketRoom this Saturday January 18 starting at 8pm!

Eman (NYC) Liberate Recordings: The Abstract - Episode 66
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January 05, 2014 01:11 AM PST
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Let's start the year on the right foot with what Liberate Recordings' Eric "Eman" Clark calls "tek house done right". Tracklist to "The Abstract" mix:

1. Mahogany - Black Moodyman

2. Iseethroughyou - The Rurals

3. Koppabird - Dale Howard

4. Gone - David August

5. Boom! - Wbeeza

6. Clouded Vision - Nico Lahs

7. Speaking to the Ground - France Deep

8. Detroit Baby What- No Artificial Colours

9. The secret - France Deep

10. Focus Now - Maya Jane Cole

11. Mo That Jazz – Chapham Shuffel

Get more Eman music at www.mixcloud.com/eric-eman-clark

Alex Callejo (Chicago) at 3 Degrees / 5 Magazine Typhoon Benefit - Episode 65
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December 27, 2013 08:19 AM PST
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Alex Callejo is back with a powerful new mix with inspirational messages and the beats to back them up.  This is just a little taste of how the 3 Degrees / 5 Magazine party benefiting typhoon victims in the Philippines at Chicago's Primary sounded like earlier this month.  The party raised funds destined to Doctors without Borders, and featured the likes of Roy Davis Jr., Julius the Mad Thinker, FLX, Monna, Big Sexy, and Jeremiah Seraphine.

Here's what the invite looked like:

"Join us this Wednesday as we donate our time and positive energy to people who need it dearly – those effected by Typhoon Haiyan.  According to the BBC, more than 11.5 Million people have been effected by this super storm.  That is roughly twice the population of Chicago.  It is a disaster of staggering proportions.

A few weeks ago, Czarina Mirani of 5 Magazine posted an appeal on Facebook to organize an event that would benefit those effected. We were moved by her instinct to try to help those in need and we felt compelled to donate the proceeds of a night to this worthy cause.  Soon after offered to help, Roy Davis Jr., a DJ who needs no introduction, graciously donated his talent and time to the event. Longtime 3 Degrees member, Alex Callejo, will also be spinning and donating his time to support his fellow Filipinos.  Also, Tonic from the Chicago Tribe b-boy crew, herself a Filipina is donating her time as an event host.

Please join us on Wednesday at Primary and donate as much as you can spare at the door.  100% of the cover charge will be donated to Doctors Without Borders.  Click here for event details.

3 Degrees co-founder Jeremiah Seraphine has donated in the past to Doctors Without Borders, and recommended this charity to be the benefactor for the event."

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