Sit­ting around in my paja­mas this morn­ing, lis­ten­ing to some of my favorite tracks from 2011 (and a few from other years, maybe). Made a mix.

Stream through MixCloud :

Track­list :

01. Toro Y Moi — Freak Love
02. A Gap Between — Orange Hori­zon
03. Jacob 2 – 2 — Nanny
04. Washed Out — Before
05. Vaca­tioner — Trip
06. Neon Indian — Psy­chic Chasms (Anoraak Remix)
07. Stars — The Black House, The Blue Sky (Stars vs. Mon­tag)
08. Lusine — Grav­ity
09. Dusty Spring­field — Song Of A Preacher Man (Holtoug Boot­leg)
10. Young Galaxy — Periph­eral Vision­ar­ies
11. Eliot Lipp — It’s Time To Leave (Pretty Lights Remix)
12. Matthew Dear — You Put A Smell On Me (Break­bot Remix)
13. Onra — Change Of Heart
14. Com Tru­ise — Iwywaw (Teeel Remix)
15. Erlend Øye — Lul­laby & A Place in My Heart (Acapella)
16. Young Galaxy — We Have Every­thing
17. Gotye — Some­body That I Used To Know
18. Tycho — Dive (Radio Edit)


DJ Mix — Waking Up To Summer

Here’s a brand new promo mix for sum­mer 2011. A lit­tle deep tech, a lit­tle nu-disco, and a whole lotta love. Wak­ing Up To Sum­mer by Jeremy Blake on Mix­cloud 01 : Bluetech — Shim­mer 02 : Jay Shep­heard — Beats Regards 03 : Iky Que — Last Breath (Rus­sianadults Remix) 04 : Who Made Who — Keep Me In…

This is a summer-of-2010 promo mix of deep house and tech I did for the Bal­ti­more techno label More Or Less, in honor of their new com­pi­la­tion “Skip­per Tracks”, for which I con­tributed the track “Snake Eyes”. Check out all their fan­tas­tic stuff at

A mix of head-bobbing house, as headphone-ready as it is dance-floor friendly. Smooth, techy, dubby. Starts poppy and gets deep!

Spe­cial house mix for the dap­per lads of San Francisco’s Honey Sound Sys­tem. Every Sun­day these guys bring some of the best music and vibes the city has to offer to Par­adise Lounge in SOMA. This mix is my take on that feel­ing, and a thank-you to the boys for let­ting me play.

As much as I wanted this to be a smooth, clas­sic house mix, I got a bit dis­tracted and it got a lit­tle weird. It’s a good mess, though. A sweet, sticky mess.