Dance Sense



Welcome to the official Dance Sense podcast.


  • Dance Sense #017: Dance Sense presents Vince Moogin

    Dance Sense #017: Dance Sense presents Vince Moogin

    05/03/2013 Duration: 01h03min

    In our 17th episode, we bring you Protocol Recordings artist, Vince Moogin. More of Vince Moogin:

  • Dance Sense #016: Dance Sense presents Hermanez

    Dance Sense #016: Dance Sense presents Hermanez

    30/01/2013 Duration: 01h57s

    There are those who become stars du jour overnight, who enjoy their time in the limelight, before just as easily slipping back into obscurity. Then there are those who gradually ascend through the echelons of electronic music, tirelessly honing their craft and taste-making skills to perfection, until arriving onto the public consciousness to stay. Hermanez aspires to the latter, which becomes clear as the forthcoming months begin to unfold. Michael Coninx AKA Hermanez is perhaps mostly associated with his grooving, and tribal-flecked tech-house productions, which keeps finding favours with the great and good including Luciano, Loco Dice and Reboot to name a few. However, a closer look at the Belgium-born producer’s back catalogue unveils an all-encompassing production savviness confidently moving through the different realms of techno. From the melodic and highly atmospheric collaboration with Alex Flatner ‘When The Sun Goes Down’, which came out of Noir Music earlier this autumn, via driving techno on Memor

  • Dance Sense #015: Dance Sense presents Lucky Charmes

    Dance Sense #015: Dance Sense presents Lucky Charmes

    16/01/2013 Duration: 59min

    Lucky's sound is a strong mix of funky house, grooves, sexy latin, uplifting tech house sounds, massive beats, eclectic vibes and tough African drums. His music and his DJ sets show a strong resemblance: filled with diversity, highly dynamic and always up tempo… Meet Lucky Charmes! Born on the 16th of June 1979 as Werner Charmes and initially starting out as a hip-hop DJ, Lucky’s career as a club DJ rapidly blew up as he gradually found his way to the house/club scene by obtaining the chance to play in a string of renowned Dutch clubs. With DJ sets in well-known venues such as Now&Wow (Rotterdam), Jimmy Woo (Amsterdam), The Sand (Amsterdam) and Escape (Amsterdam), Lucky’s growing reputation was not to be stopped. As a consequence, Lucky was asked to compile and mix the compilation “Supa Fly House Music”, released in 2002, marking his first DJ mix on CD with more to follow the years after. Within a few months, he transformed from a fanatic hobbyist into a respected club DJ, hosting his own night Zu Hause at