Episode: tech-neeq


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Dark, deep, groovy, like molasses for your ears, this is a slice of-tech house through my filter; it's my "tech-neeq." Another episode that has been a long time in the making; this time, it was a combination of technical and system issues, as well as my depression getting the better of me. But here it is, out at last. Like "Impact," you'll probably either love this or hate it, and as I've said before, that's okay; tech-house is not for everyone, or every mood. I absolutely love the deep, dark vibe; the heavy bass; the warped, distorted vocals; and yes, even the sense of humor and playfulness. So, as Madonna once said, "get into the groove." Go ahead, strip down to your underwear, turn the lights down low and the volume up high, boost the bass, and grab a partner (or not, if that's your thang). It's time to adopt a new "tech-neeq." This set is dedicated to Matt Christopherson (DJ Hazmat) for hookin' me up with the hardware I needed to record once again. Thanks Matt!

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