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November 15, 2017
November 15, 2017
Get ready Phoenix, because it’s time for the Percolator! Green Velvet, born Curtis Jones in Chicago, Illinois, has been a presence in the industry for over 20 years now. He left graduate school in the early 90’s to pursue his passion for music and hasn’t stopped since. Jones started his career under the alias Cajmere under which he released the album Too Underground For The Main Stage and a number of singles. His single “Brighter Days” with Dajae hit #2 on the Billboard Dance Charts, putting Cajmere on the map as he helped rejuvenate the Chicago house scene with his label Cajul Records. Jones also created a sub-label, Relief, and through this label, Green Velvet was born. He killed his set at Decadence and recently closed out EDC’s Neon Garden in style. You know you’re always in for a treat when Green Velvet is around.
This week’s RB Deep in the Mix goes to none other than the man himself, providing us with new groovy tunes on his latest Relief Podcast.
This podcast is simply out of this world. It features a new remix of his own “La La Land” from Prok & Fitch that becomes available June 30th. We also hear tracks from Walker & Royce, Will Clarke, CamlPhat and Sian. It’s an hour of tracks that’ll get you out of your seats and on to the dance floors. Check out the full tracklist below.
1. Charlotte Bendiks – Noir
2. Ferreck Dawn – Rockin’
3. CamelPhat – Gypsy King
4. Green Velvet – La La Land (Prok & Fitch Sweet Sixteen Remix)
5. Bishop (Aldo Cadiz Remix)
6. Walker & Royce & Will Clarke – 3 4 Shake It
7. CamelPhat – The Jungle Cook
8. Ruben Mandolini – Just For Us
9. Harvard Bass – Girls
10. Reset Robot – The Mask Of Sanity
11. Josh Brown – Junglist Bad Boy
12. DJs Pareja – Micromodular
13. Adrian Hour – Carousel
14. Sian – Dune
15. Tuff London – The Gospel Truth
16. Detlef & Green Velvet – Groove Nation
If you’re loving this set as much as we are, make sure you check out Green Velvet when he takes over The Pressroom on Friday, July 28th–oh tech yes! Grab your tickets here.