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Remembering Paseo Uno LOUNGE. Elian. Episode 72
May 30, 2014 10:25 AM PDT
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
May 08, 2014 04:33 AM PDT
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
March 19, 2014 11:52 AM PDT
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
February 14, 2014 10:34 AM PST
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.
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
January 25, 2014 12:24 PM PST
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.
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!
Subscribe for free with iTunesBe Who You Wanna Be - Elian (MUSIC AND WINE) Episode 67
January 12, 2014 11:27 PM PST
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
January 05, 2014 01:11 AM PST
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-clarkAlex Callejo (Chicago) at 3 Degrees / 5 Magazine Typhoon Benefit - Episode 65
December 27, 2013 08:19 AM PST
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."DJ Henry Knowles (NYC) - The Salsa Project (Chihuahua) promo 11.30.13 - El Canario Hot Street Salsa Mix - Ep 64
November 29, 2013 11:24 AM PST
It doesn't get much better than this!
Admired as the DJ’s DJ, Henry Knowles, known as the world’s top Latin music DJ, spins a tension-building beat, filling dancers with ánimo. With la clave in his heart and the music in his veins, his passion for Latin culture and music translate in his work, making this very special disc jockey's mixing abilities unmatched and respected worldwide. His breadth of knowledge about all music and its history combined with his versatile music library and ability to read his audience, creates un ambiente caliente and has made Henry the Salsa community's most beloved disc jockey.
Born in New York City’s ‘Spanish Harlem’ and of Puerto Rican descent, Henry's love for the music that makes his blood flow was born during family parties in New York City and childhood summers in Puerto Rico. It is here on this tropical island and in the clubs of New York City where he found his soul and learned to dance Salsa. A dancer, practically all his life—"My heart beats on clave" —he is known to hold his own on the dance floor and understands how to honor and inspire a Salsero, but can cater to any non-salsa audience as well. Henry has worked as a disc jockey, video DJ, master of ceremonies, sound engineer and promoter in major nightclubs and venues around the world throughout the span of his career. He spreads the beat and his love for Salsa rhythms on a global scale in what could be touted as Salsa evangelism! His extensive travels include appearances in over 47 countries and 350 cities & islands throughout the United States, Canada, Caribbean, European Regions, Mediterranean, Middle East, Mexico, Central and South America and even Asia. He believes his travels are an opportunity to share his skills, talents and experience with aspiring disc jockeys. Henry has held workshops, sharing with his comrades how he works the floor and the latest and most effective mixing techniques.
Aside from producing events, shows, song remixes and productions, Henry tours the world working with the most important names in the Latin music industry. His background includes promotional work for major recording labels, such as BMG, WEA, RMM, for artists such as; Tito Puente, Celia Cruz, Christina Aguilera, Juan Gabriel and representation of artists such as; Marc Anthony, Ruben Blades, Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Grupo Mania and currently the legendary New Swing Sextet, for which Henry is executive producer of their 2009 Grammy Nominated CD release, titled “Back on the Streets… Taste Of Spanish Harlem Vol 2.” under the Cotique/Fania recording label and also executive producer behind the recent 2013 production “Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow”.
As the first official disc jockey for Salsa congresses held around the world; most notably the Bacardi World Salsa Congress, Henry is the consummate professional with more than 25 years of experience catering to the serious Latin music lover, but can also cater to any audience as he can program a mixed format of pretty much any genre. He has created remixes and compilations for the RMM recording label, including the popular Bacardi Salsa Congress compilation, which is still sold in record stores around the world. Some recognitions and awards include: LaMusica.com Recognition Award (Copacabana, NY 2001), Andy Award (Puerto Rico 2002), Top Int’l DJ Award (UK 2003), Lifetime Achievement Award (Los Angeles, CA 2003), Latin Beat Magazine Honoree “Siempre Salsa Fest” (NYC 2003, 2005, 2006) & Int’l Salsa Ambassador Recognition (Eilat, Israel 2006)… just to name a few.
Henry has worked with movie premieres for Jennifer Lopez & Marc Anthony, fund raisers & corporate events for organizations such as Goya Foods, Aspira, Cielo Latino, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Roberto Cavalli, Latin Grammys, Latina Magazine, Bacardi and NY Lincoln Center… just to name a few.
He has played for audiences as large as 20,000 persons in attendance.
See you on the dance floor
Elian @ Carte Blanche - M Cafe 8.16.13 - Episode 63
August 28, 2013 11:12 PM PDT
Another cool summer night washes upon an intimate group of music lovers at M Cafe who have come out on the scent of a particular rhythm. Markus Cali-Jentes chills in the crowd along with Kishore of Nomad Massive, Stefan Lowenstein, and the evening's host Romain Rivierre. SINYMA's Abdel Aziz packs his equipment from his delectable opening set and bops his head to the beats of its successor.
There's a lot of new music on the menu. Here's the tracklist:
1. The Leaf (Gonna Get You) Nomumbah
2. Cool Down (Rancido's Remixes) Am Roots feat. Fred Mthembu
3. Secret Voyage (Manoo Remix) GummiHz
4. Over You (Rancido's Travelling Soul Mix) Tellaman
5. Loving You In Places (N'Dinga Gaba's Deep Sax Dub) C Robert Walker & Paris Cesvette
6. Little W. 12th St. (Jonny Montana Mix) Ralf GUM, Monique Bingham
7. Sense of Life [feat. Clara Hill] (QB's Hot Mix) Atjazz feat. Clara Hill
8. Jus Right (Jimpster Remix) Josh Wink
9. I'm Not Afraid of The Future (Jimpster Mix) Joey Negro pres. Akabu
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MUSIC AND WINE is Manila's premier Saturday social event held weekly at the city's top bar Martinis, at the Mandarin Oriental hotel. Hosted by DJ Elian Habayeb and wine expert Ines Cabarrus, the party is known for its loungy deep house music and the beautiful wines it features, as well as its quirky signature cocktails that attract the city's trendsetters every weekend.
In 2010, the critically acclaimed internet radio show [MUSIC & WINE Radio] evolved into a weekly 3-hour program on Manila's Smooth Jazz Authority 106.7 Dream FM, broadcasting nationally on various frequencies including Davao, Laoag, Boracay (97.3), and General Santos (93.5).
Just like the podcast, you get a good mix of soul, jazz, funk, and deep house music, mixed by Elian and hosted by Ines. The show features weekly guest music mixes by some of the best DJs in the business from around the world, including Jojo Flores (Montreal), Jazzy Jeff (Philadelphia), Jazzanova (Berlin), Julius the Mad Thinker (Chicago), Brent Crampton (Omaha), Mr. Nugget (UK), Marshall Boardman (Tokyo), DJ Spinna, Tommy Bones, Ed Dunn, Nickodemus, Master Kev, E-Man & Doc Link (NYC), and many many more. The show also features some of the best talent Manila has to offer.
Tune in every Saturday night from 9pm to midnight to get your weekly dose of modern lounge music.
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