Can we please talk about how great Gareth Emery’s 100th episode of his radio show Electric for Life is? This is his 100th episode since launching this new live radio show, his previous show being the “Gareth Emery podcast,” which he revamped. This podcast is filled with songs from his album “100 Reasons to Live” as well as the remix album “1000 Reasons to Live.”
I have so much love for this English trance DJ and shamelessly rewind this podcast over and over again just to re-listen to one song. His humbleness publicly announced in 2013 regarding the DJ Mag Top 100 list:
“So here’s an alternative Top 100 message: Don’t vote for me. Seriously, when you buy a ticket to see me in a club, I consider that a vote. When you blast my music in your car, or share it on Facebook, or tell your friends about it, that’s a vote too. Those votes, and the amazing support you’ve shown over the last year, is what matters to me.”
So that’s it Gareth, you have my vote 🙂 Listen to the podcast http://electricfor.life/episode/100.
And for those who doubt DJs have musical talents…
Ryos is only 18 years old. What have you done at your age?
Raver’s anthem by Tritonal that reminded me of “They Don’t Know Us” by Borgeous. Enjoy!
Manse, aka Swedish DJ Michael Hansen made his debut last year on Revealed Recordings with “Freeze Time” featuring Alice Berg’s vocals. Recently, he released “No Matter Where We Are.” Enjoy
I was listening to House of Borgeous Episode 079 while at work, which also happened to be Borgeous’ new album takeover, much to my delight since I was waiting the whole day to go home and listen to his new album. The result was Borgeous’ long awaited album “13” which finally come out on August 13 on Armada after 9 months of hard work. The DJ is well-known for his club bangers such as “Tsunami” and one of my personal favorites (my raver’s anthem) “They Don’t Know Us.” However, Borgeous says in an interview with Las Vegas Weekly that
“This sound and direction was geared toward something you can play driving to the beach, just throw it on and vibe.”
So give it a try and get a taste. Listen to the album while you work.
To all the people out there who met their lovers during the summer:
From Gareth Emery’s record label “Garuda” under “Armada Music” comes Alex Sonata’s song with the vocals of Gareth’s sister Roxanne Emery. Roxanne Emery is a singer-songwriter based in London whose vocals are frequently featured in trance tracks.