Quarantine Tunes – Vol 6 (5/23/2020)

By Brandon

Week 10 and as we start to spend more time outside, the vibe gets heavier. This mix has some headier Minimal Techno, Tech House and Prog House, but flows well. I’m really lovin ‘One Thing’, which is a remix of “1 Thing” from Amerie, but I really dig all the tracks in one or another. Enjoy.

Quarantine Tunes – Vol 5 (5/16/2020)

By Brandon

Week 9 in quarantine and restrictions in CA are easing, making life in isolation more tolerable. Don’t let your guard down and use this week’s mix to secure your safety, because we all know House Music cures everything. Anyway, this mix touches a few genres and energy levels, but mainly resides in the realm of Tech House. Included are a snappy remix of ‘El Trago’ from 2 In a Room and one of my more favorite versions of ‘Relax’ from Frankie Goes To Hollywood.

Quarantine Tunes – Vol 4 (5/09/2020)

By Brandon

Week 8 in quarantine and it occurred to me that we’ve been locked down for 2 months, or 61 days, or 1,464 hours. That’s depressing as Hell, so to lighten up the mood, this week has more of an upbeat and fun vibe of all new music. There’s still the deep/minimal stuff, but I threw in some bangers like ‘Boss’ from My Cat Snoop, a great remix of ‘Touch Me’ from 49ers (track #23) and even a little Speed Garage (‘Stepper’ from Kreature).

Quarantine Tunes – Vol 3 (5/01/2020)

By Brandon

Week 7 and I don’t know if it’s being quarantined, or if I’m just getting old, but I’m really starting to grow to love deep/minimal House with vocals and other pretty s**t, mixed with some Prog House. In any event, here’s close to 2 hours of some killer, new tracks with vocals and other pretty s**t in them, mixed with some Prog House.

Plankcast #001 – March 2019

By Brandon

I’m going to release all mixes from here out as Podcasts… or ‘PLANKcasts’. This one has some new music, some stuff that’s 10+ years old and some that was never released. See if you can tell which is which. You’ll get get a pretty progressive set this time, with mostly house, tech house and some San Francisco-style broken beat. Enjoy.