Body People 08 — DeanJay

This week DeanJay supplies the music and this one is filled with some lovely deep sounds. Vocal Booth Weekender resident DJ, Dean played a blinding set this year in Spain at VB2018, so it was a no brainer for us to ask him to put a set together for the Body People Podcast. Enjoy!

1 Catharsis (Original Mix) - Tim Engelhardt
2 Midnight Love (Rocco Rodamaal Extended Remix) - Chez Moon, Rocco
3 Ayo feat. Mabiisi (Original Mix) - Armonica
4 Don't Let Go (Original Mix) - Cup & String
5 State of Emergency - Shur-I-Kan
6 Curve Jimpster - Curve
7 Track 1 (Mix 2) - Atjazz
8 Song For Repaired Piano (Cee ElAssaad Voodoo Mix) - Fish Go Deep
9 Pipa - DJ Bonnie
10 Deeper (Original Mix) - Reelsoul
11 This Melody (The Love Vocal) - Miguel Migs, Lisa Shaw

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Body People 07 — Adam Turner

Adam Turner debuts on the Body People Podcast for episode 7. Probably the most popular DJ in the collective. With a solid following at every event he's on the line up for, Adam's signature deep sound is sure to be the perfect background to your week ahead with this mix.

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Full tracklisting:

Waajeed - Strength (Jon Dixon Remix)
Aleksandir - Lowdown
Jimpster - Simmering Down
Jazzanova ft. Zakes Bantwini - In The Morning (Atjazz Afrotech Remix)
Earth Boys - Roll it Back (Original Mix)
DJ Boring - Exotic Feelin'
Chaos In The CBD - Drum Therapy
Never Dull - Everyday
Herbert - Our Love (Has Got Me Movin')
Shur-I-Kan - Three of a Kind
Hammer - Ozone (Original Mix)
The Last Trip To Gandahar - Planet Music
76-79 - Myopics
Austin Ato - Putting It In My Way
&ME - In Your Eyes (Original Mix)
Tour-Maubourg - 1984
Chaos In The CBD - Trust Is Key

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#ThrowbackThursday — Atjazz Live in Birmingham 2011

Here's the first of a few #throwbackthursday editions we'll put out, where we'll dig out killer live recordings from parties we've held in the past. This one is from 2011 at our residency at The Bulls Head, Moseley.

Atjazz joined us at this intimate venue, playing to just over 100 people. He closed the show and had the place jumping. At the time tracks like his 'Atjazz Re-fix' of Musaria's 'Moment' weren't even released, and our heads were spinning. What a night!

Listen back with us and let us know on if you were there with us at the time. Great venue, great people.... Atjazz delivered and was a true gent as always.

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