Hailing from the Pocket Underground crew, NICK.the.NECK closed the night out for us at Focus. He kept it deep and techy, but the biggest thing that stood out about his set was the tracks that he was selecting. So when you’re listening to this one, dim the lights, turn it up, close your eyes and picture yourself on the dance floor at Focus. Don’t forget to check out the opening sets by Lee Reynolds, Brett Wallace, and Mullie.
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Co-founder of the up & coming Desert Hears crew, Lee took the party to a whole new level. The San Diego native kicked things up a notch by flirting between deep house and tech house. His mixing had the break-dancers breaking, the poppers popping, and everyone in between getting down. Be sure to download this mix and check out the others by NICK.the.NECK, Brett Wallace, and Mullie.
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We’re a big fan of Bret Wallace here at Focus. He’s a DJ that’s nearly impossible to identify his style because the dude plays some quality house music. Whether it be deep, soulful, funky, or techy…you’re in for a treat when you listen to this guy. Be sure to check out other mixes from the night by NICK.the.NECK, Lee Reynolds, and Mullie.
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Mullie was the first DJ up for our “Hometown Heroes” night where we select a handful of local DJ’s that we think you should know about. Mullie comes from the Heartbeat Sound crew and he’s known for his deep style laced with groovy bass lines, latin percussions, and deep chords. Be sure to check out the other mixes from the night by Nick.the.Neck, Lee Reynolds, and Brett Wallace.
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Mullie Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/mulliegraf
Heartbeat Collective – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Heartbeat-CollectiveMullie-Graf/165255410820
Focus resident DJ Nonfiction prides himself in his ability to blends tracks effortlessly and keep the groove pumping the whole night. He puts together a great mix full of deep house, funky grooves, and subtle hints of disco. This one’s for the groovers, the two-steppers, and the hip-hoppers. Download and check out the other mix by Dougal.
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Dougal makes his return to Focus as the opener for both Nonfiction and Superflu. He put together a nice deep vibe throughout his entire mix, so for those of you who enjoy watching the sunset while listening to some vibey house music…this is your mix. Download this one and don’t forget to check out Nonfictions set.
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Dougal Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/dougal
A headliner set by the dance floor master himself, Wobs. He takes us on yet another musical journey through his selection of some banging deep house tracks. Download this one and be sure to check out the other mixes from earlier in the night by Marbs, and Mydjdrew.
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Marbs is one of those DJs that have been making a big name for themselves…for those of you who saw him at Desert Hearts recently, you already know what I’m talking about. He’s one of those DJs that’ll have you in a melodic trance glued to the dance floor with his style of deep house and subtle hints of techno. Be sure to check out the other mixes from the night by Wobs, and Mydjdrew.
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This mix was a favorite by the staff here at Focus and we’ve had it on repeat for a few weeks now. Hand selected to open up the night by Wobs himself, Mydjdrew made the most of his Focus debut and put together a super vibey mix that is sure to get some heads bobbing and feet moving. Be sure to check out the other mixes from the night by Wobs, and Marbs.
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Ask anybody about Mark Farina and I guarantee all you’ll hear is great things about him. This dude is a legend, and the crowd at Focus just goes crazy for him each time he’s slotted in for the closing set. His style of mixing is always funky, groovy, and his tracks have a way of keeping the dance floor on their toes begging for more. He’s one of those humble DJs that are always down to take a photo with a fan, shake some hands, and even chat for a few minutes after the show. There’s a reason why Farina always plays for a full house…he does it for the love house music and the love of his fans. Be sure to check out the tag team set by Jazzwell & Faicol, as well as the opening set by [Studiophile].
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