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Here is a twisted and banged out version of the popular 90′s tune that back in the day was on repeat on the radio, “100% Pure Love.” On remixing duties is none other than OC’s Keith Craig, aka Loose Village, aka Nytel. Keith consistently shows range with his production, moving from deep tropical rhythm to deep 90′s groove and heavy hitting dance floor stompers.
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215 N Broadway
Santa Ana, CA 92701
Culprit LA’s Droog will be joining Steve Ryback and Keith ‘Loose Village’ Craig at DT Santa Ana’s Proof Bar. Not bad for a Thursday! Check out some conceptual redesigning of dance music by Droog below.
Atapy – Remember (Inxec vs Droog Remix)
Inxec & Droog – Heat
Found this deep house track while over at Loose Village’s website. This track is clean house refurbishment of Bill Withers’ funk classic “Who is He?” Coincidentally the post prior to this one features a track that re-edits the 1987 remake of “Who is He?” by house music producer Prioritee. Love hearing these back to back!
For more music from Steve Ryback you can check out his soundcloud.
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Loose Village, who was a guest at the first Habituate, threw together a mix of a Cassius classic. He has it up for free download, so pick this one up!
Keep in touch with the happenings of Loose Village recordings here.
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September 24, 2011 First Habituate Party w/ Petropoulos, Loose Village, Brando Commando, Joshua Collins
820 West 19th Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
extra bump (subwoofers!)
$1 PBR and $3 Soju shots until 10:00pm
The first ever Habituate event is upon us and I’m happy to say it encompasses all of the different aspects that I had hoped for when starting this blog. Quality dance music, creative people, and a regional focus on Orange County. The DJs I asked to play alongside me are all OC residents and more importantly quality selectors and production artists. As I’ve written in the “About” section of my blog the first Habituate event will keep in tune with the following aural/aesthetic appeal:
The music has to make the mind move before it moves the feet or body. A good night out is a unique situation not a cliche marketing scheme and house is a time and place, not just a 4 to the floor back beat!
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My main focus is to bridge the years and styles of dance music, I play tracks ranging from 1979 to 2011 that all coincide with the theme of extended rhythm and electronic production. I am the creator of this blog and it is my passion to introduce new sounds to the people of Orange County by interviewing international dance music artists, writing articles, reviewing new releases, showcasing local events, throwing my own parties, and holding a monthly residency called ZAP!
Loose Village (Loose Village Recordings, Strange Nature)
A quality production artist who just recently launched his own digital label internationally, Loose Village, is known for his unique tropical approach to house and his high energy sets. You may also remember Loose Village from the bi-weekly residency Strange Nature that he held with Brando Commando right here at Avalon Bar.
Brando Commando (No Come Down, Strange Nature)
Longtime purveyor of house in it’s many variations. Brando had his start as resident and co-founder of MNML, a techy house residency held at the Avalon Bar a number of years ago. He went on to become the brainchild of other parties such as Strange Nature and his most recent venture No Come Down.
Joshua Collins (Human Life, Defected)
A veteran house music producer from ’97 and now one third of the music group Human Life, Joshua Collins is up to his ears in music. He has released his original material and remixes on labels such as Defected, NRK and his own label frik:n:frak/Silent Machine recordings.