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Greg Wilson has been been DJing since the early eighties and has a vast selection of dancefloor-centric tracks. He is basically a living legend, pulling his influence from early funk and moving into disco and eighties electro. I own a couple of his edits on vinyl, and there are go to tracks for when a solid undeniable groove is needed.
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Valley of Paradise gets some superb remixes by three of my favorite producers, Rayko, Greg Wilson and Toby Tobias. All are a journey in their own right. Have a listen!
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An account of a Friday night at Avalon Bar with the DJ’s from ZAP
(4th Friday’s of the month dubbed Black Licorice)
Avalon bar is known for some of the most random and unpredictable nights in Costa Mesa. It’s an environment where the staff, entertainers and patrons don’t force a good time but instead let it come along on its own. It allows for creative conditions and it results in some interesting nights on 19th St. Many a night the crowd stumbles in from Detroit or out of their homes in near by neighborhoods, perhaps out for the infamous brown bag special or just to avoid crowds and cliches at other spots. They usually haven’t a clue as to who is hosting or if a band or DJ is playing. If the Russian beer or the occasional $1 PBR’s are in stock. If the music will be garbage or like nothing they have ever heard before. Granted some nights just don’t hit that climactic peak, but that’s the point, people are aware of that fact and so when it does turn into a good night it’s unexplainable and it’s truly special.