Tales From The Deep With Dj Chris Fx

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Weekly Afro, Deep, and Soulful House Mixes by DJ Chris Fx

Episodes

  • Episode 104: The House Reclamation Project: Real Love

    Episode 104: The House Reclamation Project: Real Love

    14/03/2015 Duration: 01h08s

    1. Lay it down - Harrison Crump 2. Finally (Baby Be Mine) - Terrence Parker 3. Real House (Soulful Mix) - Simon Faz 4. What is Real (Louie Vega Dub) - Thor, Scotty P. 5. Hiding In Your Love (TP’s Deep Dancing Dub Mix) - Terrence Parker 6. You B Good Now EP (Kirby Remix) - The Messenger 7. GOD HE Is - Terrence Parker 8. Drive Me Crazy (DJ Spen & Irvin Madden Phuture Of Da Phunk Vocal) _ Tracy Hamlin 9. Hard To Get (Richard Earshaw Remix) - D-Reflection, Irma Van Pamelen

  • Episode103:The House Reclamation Project: Wonderland

    Episode103:The House Reclamation Project: Wonderland

    07/03/2015 Duration: 01h08s

    1. One More Dream Comes True (Twisted Mind Remix) - Darick Gyorgy, Lalis 2. In The Wake Of Soul (Panorama Mix) - DGN 3. Spirit of House (Spoken Apella) - Bongoloverz feat. An-Tonic 4. Wonderland (Stones Afro Rootz Mix) _ Stones & Bones, Diana Lynn 5. Loving You (Original Mix) - Theoretical Soul, Chantelle Rowe 6. Only We will Know- David Maslo, Che Cherry 7. Time (Mikey V Remix) - Zona 8. Conch (Groove Junkies Deep Sanctuary Rework) - Spiritchaser 9. Dirty Thing (Original Mix) -Dan Perry 10. Empericism (Mick Verma Remix) - Definition of Soul

  • Episode 103: The House Reclamation Project: House Nouveau

    Episode 103: The House Reclamation Project: House Nouveau

    21/02/2015 Duration: 01h47s

    1. Another Day (Jayffe & Kalu BlacksFunkMental Remix) - VDX, PLP 2. How Love Goes (Mind Street Vocal Remix) - Zulu’s At Work, Wendy Jane Satchel 3. Move Sax Jazz (Original Mix) - Two Cuts 4. Just Can’t Give You Up (DJ Spen & Soulfudge Remix) - Diplomats Of Soul, Noel McKoy 5. The Otherr Side (The Messenger Attainment Mix) - D-Reflection, Sandy Spady 6. I Need You (Frisk & 5k0tt 2014 Mix) - Valentina Pocopio 7. Destiny (Dub) - Systemfunk, Aqeel 8. Survivor (Rhemi Remix) - SuSu Bobien, Andrew Hartley 9. Feel The Groove (Flapjackers Remix) - Sven Van Hees

  • Episode102:The House Reclamation Project: Revival

    Episode102:The House Reclamation Project: Revival

    14/02/2015 Duration: 58min

    1. Rain-Atjazz Remix - Kerri Chandler 2. It’s Your World (Terry Hunter Club Mix) - Jennifer hudson, R. Kelly 3. Wonderful (Achicha Soul Mixes) Terry Hunter feat. Teresa Griffin 4. Nothing Left (Original Mix) - J. Lettow 5. Stranger (Damond Ramsey Remix) - DJ Spen 6. Trapped -Audiowhores 7. Outta Sight (Ralf GUM & raw Artistic Soul Remix) - DJ Christos, Monique Bingham 8. Rumour Has it (Quentin Harris Re-Production) -Adele 9. Crazy (Charles webster’s Crazier Remix) - Black Coffee, twine

  • Episode 102: The House Reclamation Project: The Spirit Of House

    Episode 102: The House Reclamation Project: The Spirit Of House

    07/02/2015 Duration: 59min

    1. Give Me The Music (Original Mix) - Wrighty 2. Spirit of House (Spoken Apella) - Bongoloverz feat. An-Tonic 3. We Are The Party People (Spen, Thommy & Neal remix) - Baltimore Soul Tree, Sande’, DJ Oji 4. Makes Me Jump (Spen & Thommy Hyper Active Remix) - Klevakeys 5. My Nation (Original Mix) - Roy Davis Jr., Terry Dexter 6. Loving You (Lenny RX & Eric Kupper Remix) - Kenny Summit, Frankie Knuckles 7. Let’s Dance (Agev Munsen Remix) - Tom Flynn 8. Basement Stomp (Vocal Mix) - Dazzle drums, Rescue Poetix 9. Something About Da Muziq - David Harness 10. You Came Into My Life (Ralf Gum & Raw Artistic Soul Remix) - Elements Of Life, Anane

  • Episode 101: The House Reclamation Project: The Power of Music

    Episode 101: The House Reclamation Project: The Power of Music

    31/01/2015 Duration: 01h12s

    1. Demons Tremble (Marlon D’s Tremble The Demons Mix) - Marlon D 2. Power of Music (Accapella) - Bongoloverz Presents An - Tonic 3. Like Rain (Numo Dan H3 Remix) - Fabio Tosti, K-Max, Francesca Maria 4. In Your Soul - The Checkup 5. Let Me See You (Clap Your Hands) - Michele Chiavarini 6. Power of The Drums (Ibitaly Deep Drums Mix) - Marlon D, Boddhi Satva 7. Good Ol Love (Honeycomb Vocal Mix) - Honeysweet 8. Deep in My Soul (Original Mix) - KPD 9. What is House? (KoT Anthem) (Accaapella) - David Penn & Rober Gaez 10. Love Don’t Take Over (Frankie Knuckles & Eric Kupper Director’s Cut) - MG Select, Cece Peniston 11. Grateful (Original Mix) - Wipe the Needle, CT Martin

  • Episode 100: The House Reclamation Project: Inception

    Episode 100: The House Reclamation Project: Inception

    24/01/2015 Duration: 01h02s

    1. Be Gone - Urban Sound Lab, Ursula Rucker 2. Temptation (Scott Diaz Faithful Dub) - Steven Stone, Nicole Mitchell 3. House Music After death (Zulu DeepSou Mix) - Zulumafia 4. Feel Alright - Tonbe 5. Something About You feat. Jennifer Wallace (Extended Vocal Mix) - Sean Mcabe, Jennifer Wallace 6. Eyes Fixed (Original Mix) - Zorz Post, Emme, Rescue Poetix 7. Oh Adam (Original Mix) - Tony Humphries 8. Philly Sensation (Original Mix) - Mick More, Andy Tee 9. Still Water (Lars Behrenroth Remix) - Rocco, Khensy

  • Episode 99: House Calls: Love Feelings

    Episode 99: House Calls: Love Feelings

    09/11/2014 Duration: 58min

    Here’s hoping you feel these soulful grooves. Peace and Love 1. Acona (Original Mix) - Pierre Santino 2. Organic (Rightside Remix) - Spellband 3. One Heartbeat At A Time (Main Vocal Mix) - Soulfuledge, CandaceK 4. Got 2 Find (DJ Spen & Thommy Davis Remix) - Groove Assassin 5. I’m Leaving You (DJ Vivona Remix) - Alex Ander 6. Ain’t Nobody Like You (Crossroads Soulful Mix) - Crossroads, Teisha Marie 7. I feel (Rhemi Remix) - Ann Nesby, DJ Spen 8. Healer (Wipe The Nedle Remix) - Circle Of Funk, Dawn Tallman 9. Love Feeling (feat. Zabbah) - DaKingMlisto

  • Episode 98: House Calls: Hit The Deep Button for Me

    Episode 98: House Calls: Hit The Deep Button for Me

    02/11/2014 Duration: 58min

    1. Changing Ways - Ugly Drums 2. Sorry You - UNER 3. Find Your Soul (Dario D’Attis Remix) - Qubiko, Fabio Ricciuti 4. Deep Button for Me (Original Mix) - Arkadiusz-s 5. Darling (Original Mix) - Pjune 6. Swear Down (Original Mix) - Deeptrak, Emma Black 7. Overtime - Red Rack’em 8. WMC 09 Sampler/Dj Roland Clark Acapellas (Connection) - DJ Roland Clark 9. R.L.H. (Shur-I-Kan Vocal) - Supernova, Ann Saunderson 10. New Day, New Light (Original Mix) - Lay-Far Enjoy this deep groove and as always i wish you peace and love

  • Episode 97: House Calls: Deep Impact

    Episode 97: House Calls: Deep Impact

    06/10/2014 Duration: 01h02min

    Deepness is: - extending or situated relatively far down from a surface - extending or situated relatively far inwards, backwards, or sideways - relatively far from the pitch - of a specified dimension downwards, inwards, or backwards - coming from or penetrating to a great depth - difficult to understand or penetrate; abstruse - learned or intellectually demanding - of great intensity; extreme - absorbed or enveloped (by); engrossed or immersed (in) - very cunning or crafty; devious - mysterious or obscure - (of a color) having an intense or dark hue - low in pitch or tone - any deep place on land or under water, esp. below 6000 meters (3000 fathoms) - the area of the field relatively far from the pitch - the most profound, intense, or central part - a vast extent, as of space or time - one of the intervals on a sounding lead, one fathom apart - far on in time; late - profoundly or intensely - in reality, esp. as opposed

  • Episode 96: House Calls: Make Me Feel Alright

    Episode 96: House Calls: Make Me Feel Alright

    27/09/2014 Duration: 01h01min

    “House is our release, house is our sanctuary…can you feel it like I feel it?” let me tell ya something' about house music it's not just a groove house...is a feeling and when you feel it, you will understand that house music is freedom freedom to be...who you want to be it doesn't matter who you are, it doesn't matter where you come from for in my house, we are all free one nation, god's children, coming together in the spirit of house feel it children house music....can make ya do things lifts ya up takes you higher when you feel it you will understand s'all right stand on up throw your hands up in the air set your body free let the music...take you higher you will feel it...you will understand house music is freedom the freedom to feel loved to make love to share love children...come together in the spirit of house Peace Love! 1. Drowning (Original Mix) - DJ Fale, Cj 2. You Came Into My Life (Ralf Gum & Raw Artistic Soul Remix) - Elements Of Life, Anane 3. Feel Alright

  • Episode 96: House Calls: Chicago Deep Dish

    Episode 96: House Calls: Chicago Deep Dish

    13/09/2014 Duration: 59min

    Two things we are famous for in Chicago is House music and deep dish pizza. Chicago house is more traditional sound that evolved from disco and soul music. Chicago Deep dish pizza is actually assembled 'upside-down' from their usual order on a pizza. The crust is covered with cheese (generally sliced mozzarella), followed by various meat options such as pepperoni or sausage, the latter of which is sometimes in a solid patty-like layer. Other toppings such as onions, mushrooms and bell peppers are then also used. An uncooked sauce, typically made from crushed canned tomatoes, is added as the finishing layer. It is typical that when ordered for carry-out or delivery, the pizza is uncut, as this prevents the oils from soaking into the crust, causing the pie to become soggy. Chicago deep house is a name given to a sub-genre of house music coined in the mid- to late 1980s.The rationale behind "Deep" meaning that the more obscure the song, the "deeper" the DJ had to dig into his/her record collection to find t

  • Episode 95: House Calls: Deep in My Soul

    Episode 95: House Calls: Deep in My Soul

    30/08/2014 Duration: 59min

    For all of us who love house music, we often feel that it calls out to us. We are drawn to it like the siren song of the mermaid. Although I love several genres of house music, Afro, Deep, Tech, and Jackin' to name a few, I never stray long from house's soulful roots. I can't get enough of the soulful and sultry female vocals! I also love that churchy gospel vibe of those traditional house tunes. This set is a tribute, a throwback, to that traditional house vibe. For these of you who regularly read my notes, you know that I love and appreciate the history of ALL music and I often feel it necessary to share it as well as pay tribute to history. This set will have you moving a bit. Enjoy the vibe with me and as always I wish you peace and love! 1. Be Gone (Eric Ericksson Remix) - Urban Sound Lab, ursula Rucker 2. Deep in My Soul (Original Mix) - KPD 3. We Are Party People (Spen, Thommy & Neal Remix) - Baltimore Soul Tree, Sande’, DJ Oji 4. Shelter (2014 Remix) - Ann Nesby 5. Something About Da Muziq

  • Episode 94: Let There Be House: Its a Soulful Place

    Episode 94: Let There Be House: It's a Soulful Place

    23/08/2014 Duration: 57min

    The dictionary defines soulful as of or expressive of deep feeling or emotion: Soulful House is recognizable by its often very catchy bassline, swooshes, swirls and other synthesized sounds which give the music a bouncy tempo. It often relies heavily on black female vocals or disco samples and has a recognizable tiered structure in which every track has more than one build-up which usually reaches a climax before the process is repeated with the next track. Soulful House music More melodic and often vocal House music. Soulful House has a healthy underground scene, albeit split across the world with popular hot spots being Chicago, New York, London, Brazil, Melbourne and South Africa. It remains fairly underground with a scene similar to the soul and jazz-funk scene in the 70s and 80s. The demographic is predominantly people in their late 20s upwards, with many liking the sound as reminiscent of what they grew up with in the 70s and 80s (i.e. soul, funk, disco and jazz coupled with early 80′s electronic

  • Episode 93: Let There Be House: Its a Rhythmy Thing

    Episode 93: Let There Be House: It's a Rhythmy Thing

    09/08/2014 Duration: 01h04s

    Let There Be House: It's a Rhythmy Thing When ever I go on vacation, I am always inspired by the Caribbean Rhythms to put together a set full of various rhythmic house tunes but what is Rhythm. Rhythm is any regular recurring motion, symmetry generally means a movement marked by the regulated succession of strong and weak elements, or of opposite or different conditions" This general meaning of regular recurrence or pattern in time can apply to a wide variety of cyclical natural phenomena having a periodicity or frequency of anything from microseconds to millions of years. In the performance arts rhythm is the timing of events on a human scale; of musical sounds and silences, of the steps of a dance, or the meter of spoken language and poetry. Rhythm may also refer to visual presentation, as "timed movement through space" and a common language of pattern unites rhythm with geometry. In recent years, rhythm and meter have become an important area of research among music scholars. In his series "How M

  • Episode 92: Let There Be House: Its a Groove Thang

    Episode 92: Let There Be House: It's a Groove Thang

    19/07/2014 Duration: 01h01min

    Groove is the sense of propulsive rhythmic "feel" or sense of "swing" created by the interaction of the music played by a band's rhythm section. 1. Give it 2 U - Quentin Harris & Ultra Nate 2. Knuckles Gruve (Change) - House N’ HD 3. More Of You (Incl. Soneec & DJ Fopp Mix) (Original Mix) - Alfred Azzetto feat. Rasul 4. Adele Rumer Has it - Quentin Harriss Re-production 5. Life Saver (orig) - Lucas Keizer 6. Whuuo - DJ Roland Clark 7. Chains (Origninal Mix) -Audiowhores 8. Sick (Quentin harris Re-Production) - Rame & Bonora, Zoe Xenia 9. Trapped _ Audiowhores 10. Warning (6 Hubert Street Re-Production) - Rhemi, Lynn Lockamy

  • Episode 91: Let There Be House: Its Basement Deep

    Episode 91: Let There Be House: It's Basement Deep

    28/06/2014 Duration: 01h02min

    When I was a kid, my two cousin who were about 10 years older than I would always have parties in the basement like most people in Chicago. During this time, (the 70's) most albums would come with posters especially The Ohio Players and Parliament Funkadelic. My cousins always had them hung on the walls along with Black Light posters. You know the ones with neon colors and velvet. Everybody had the one with the zodiac signs & sexual positions. It would get pretty dark in the basement so they would screw in black, red and blue lights. I have very fond memories of those days. Although these were pre-house days, this where my love for dance music began. My cousins would play mostly Soul, R & B and Fun with some soulful disco (like Donna Summers) thrown in. I still can smell the incense (and weed lol) and see the flashing strobe lights. I can still see the Black light posters in the foggy basement and all the hands up in the air. I thanks my cousins for letting there little cuz hang out with them. Those

  • Episode 90: Let There Be House: Its A Spiritual Thing

    Episode 90: Let There Be House: It's A Spiritual Thing

    21/06/2014 Duration: 01h01min

    n the beginning there was Jack and Jack said “Let there be House” House music was created in and by the African American community. Musically, House music evolved in Chicago and New York from African-American musical traditions like gospel, soul, jazz and funk as well as Latin salsa. Spiritually and aesthetically, it developed in the U.S. out of the need of oppressed people, African Americans, gays and Latinos, to build a community through dance , and later in the UK, out of the need of young people dissatisfied with the meaningless materialism of Thatcher’s England, to build an alternative community of music and dance via Acid House. From a different point of view, House music in the U.S. was associated with black people, with gay clubs, basically with things that white America would not even acknowledge. House was just perceived as "gay" music for blacks and thus scorned by whites, although its aim was to unify people of all races, backgrounds and sexual orientations. According to Frankie Knuckles, many p

  • Episode 89: House is a Feeling: And You Know When You Feel It

    Episode 89: House is a Feeling: And You Know When You Feel It

    14/06/2014 Duration: 59min

    Sometimes I like to experiment and really go off the deep end with the music. I'll play around with some tech house and some techno but what is tech house one might ask? Tech house is a subgenre of house music that mixes elements of techno with house. The term tech house developed as a shorthand record store name for a category of electronic dance music that combined musical aspects of techno, such as "rugged basslines" and "steely beats," with the harmonies and grooves of progressive house. The music originally had a clean and minimal production style that was associated with techno from Detroit and the UK. In the mid to late 1990s a scene developed in England around club nights such as The Drop run by Mr.C & Plink Plonk, Heart & Soul, and Wiggle run by Terry Francis and Nathan Coles. Other DJs and artists associated with the sound at that time included Charles Webster, Bushwacka!, Dave Angel, Herbert, Funk D'Void, Ian O'Brien, Derrick Carter, and Stacey Pullen. By the late 90's London nightclub The End, o

  • Episode 88: House is a Feeling: And My Feelings Flow

    Episode 88: House is a Feeling: And My Feelings Flow

    07/06/2014 Duration: 58min

    Every now in then I get into such a great flow while I'm selecting tunes for a playlist and this is one of those times! Sometimes it seems as if the tracks call out to me. One by one they just leap out of my track collection and into my playlist. I was putting this set together in record time, until I got stuck lol! As it often happens I fall so deep in a groove I don't know how to get out of it. I like my sets to flow together seamlessly. I like for them to take you on a journey. I always try to have an hot intro that builds to a climax, then bring you to your final destination. But as a previously stated I got stuck. So I did what always seems to work for me and that step away from it for a while. This time I decided to look for some help from Nick Curly in a track I used in a previously recorded set. The Johnny D a Remix of "Piano In The Dark" worked perfectly. I try to bring you all fresh tunes every set. I constantly buy new music and immediately put it into a mix. Most times I only preview 15-