Episode: Surge


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Surge
The music is strong, hard, edgy. It pulls you, moves you, drives you to get up and dance. It's progressive, electro, even playful. But it always comes as a Surge! I haven't given you a progressive set for a while, so I thought it was time. You may recognize one of these songs, or if you've been out to hear me live lately, maybe three or four; you all know how I love to throw a little of the dark progressive goodness into every live set. It's the bass; it practically compells you to dance, and it feels sooooooo gooooood as it rumbles through your chest right down to your feet. Oh, don't look like you don't KNOW what I'm talking about, 'cause I've seen you out there dancing to it! So here's a slice for you. There are some monstrous tracks in here. Some are minimal. Some have a less-aggressive groove to them, but if this set doesn't get you dancing, well, you might as well go lay down in the dirt 'cause you're already dead! You may have also noticed another new thing with Episode 40 -- that's right, a new podcast logo! I think it's a lot better than the old one, and hopefully you will too. Well, enough chatter. Press Play, and dance to the Surge!

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