One of the most anticipated tracks from Above & Beyond‘s DJ sets over recent months, “When You Loved Me” sees two of Anjunabeats‘ most celebrated producers team up in Norwegian legend Boom Jinx and Israel’s finest Maor Levi, joined by American vocalist Ashley Tomberlin.
Well we missed this last week, so there goes the streak again. Not surprised. I had finals and have been carrying the weight *cough*. Hopefully this week will be a group effort. Everyone’s got a little funk in them, and Friday just always feels like the right time to shake what my momma gave me. I’ve attached a few of my favorites over the last few weeks as well as one or two new ditties. If you think you would be a asset the AYNE team as far as keeping our shit together, writing reviews to shows or improving our site in some cool way we don’t know about send us an email we are always open to suggestions. Now, let’s donse.
We’ve been loving these Spirit Soul Mixes, the latest from Moonwalk is sensational. Wilki is probably “swamped” at “work” right now, but nod to him for making me listen to this one. I woulda got to it eventually, but it’s really making me enjoy this Friday afternoon pre ABGT, of course.
Glad M.A.R.T.I.R.E. started following me on Twitter a few weeks ago, dunno if he knew I was involved with AYNE, but if he did, touche. Gladly supporting his new tune with Aurosonic and Aelyn, especially considering the trance king AVB supported it today on ASOT. Extremely uplifting stuff. Looking forward to hearing more from this Florida native even more (No offense yung Fong).
Today, we bring you a new chapter of our DJ mix series, which also marks number 100 of our exclusive podcast series PlayGround Mix. Henry Saiz made his first DJ set under the name Hal Incandenza, and we have the premiere, so you can get a taste of the new sound, or at least part of it – Henry says that he hasn’t even developed 1% of the project’s potential. We also took the opportunity to have a chat with our man about all things Hal, and about his plans for the immediate future, such as the release of the first Henry Saiz album, expected in early 2013.
Jeremy Olander got me hooked on Henry Saiz, and for that I will be forever grateful. This mix is something special. Thoroughly enjoying this new side to the Spaniard. Do yourself a favor and put aside 50 minutes for this, you won’t regret it.
For a tracklist, free download and more on Hal head over to PlayGround Magazine