There's nothing like getting a new mix from one of my favorite DJ friends! Actually, what's even better is sharing it! Yes kids, I said share. Sharing, after all, is caring, and you know I care about you!
My boy Tony Burns hooked me up with his latest mix the other day. I've been shaking in my seat while pumping out my work, rocking it while in the car makin' my rounds, I felt love, and you will too (in more ways than 6)! This mix is a romp through groovy basslines, stomping beats, sexy vocals, thumping remixes. In a word, it's hot! ...and I don't just gush because I love this guy (though I do)! He's a good egg, and musically prolific DJ. He's also cute as hell to watch when he's droppin' a set. His ass just can't stay still!
So, without further ado, give his mix a listen, won't you?
Tony Burns Demo3 by Tony Burns
...and if you'd like to download this mix, click here!
About Tony Burns...(taken from his bio, written by the one and only Anton Bomb)
Long before he dropped his first track, Tony Burns has been an animated and vigorous participant within the local dance music scene! For twelve solid years now, he has worn such hats as promoter, dancer, and staunch supporter of the various incarnations of Northwestern club and party life, from Portland to Seattle. Although he began performing out as DJ a mere seven months ago, he has quickly become a fixture within Seattle's new rennaissance of style-savvy, culture-carving innovators.
"I began experimenting with DJ-ing in the privacy and security of home between 2007 - 2009. I've only been playing gigs out out for the last seventeen months. It wasn't until a few months before my first gig that I really started focusing on the art." His style, thus far, ranges from pop-nouveau meets dirty electro, to the occassional breaks and everything including the proverbial kitchen sink.
"I feel that a huge part of my current love and drive for djing is this amazing, new resurrgance within Seattle club and bar culture, I feel that I'm not alone when I say that is due, at least in part, to such pivotal club nights as "Hard Times" and "Fringe", and such progressive community pillars as "The Pony", "Re-Bar", and "The Electric Tea Garden. We, as a community are so very fortunate to have them and they continually inspire me."
Aside from churning the disco butter on many a local dancefloor, be sure to catch Tony as he frequently DJs at a host of venues near you. So, be warned. His sets will most assuredly turn you on. And they might just turn you out!
Enjoy the music lovers!