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#71 Trackhunter DJ Mix Podcast

Dan Tenner - Friday, November 16, 2018

Dan Tenner has been an avid listener of progressive, tech and deep house since the late 90s. In 2015, he decided it was time to become a DJ and producer rather than just a consumer. Since then, he has produced half a dozen tracks and released 130 mixes. Drawing from influences that range from Nick Warren and Hernan Cattaneo and John Digweed, to James Holden and Andrew K and Moshic, Dan Tenner's mixes combine strong melodies with deep basslines and percussions into complex, multi-layered tracks that are both uplifting and grounding.

If you want to hear more from Dan check out his website http://dantenner.com/ or Mixcloud page https://www.mixcloud.com/swombat/

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Haft - Ountera (Timboletti Remix) - Exotic Refreshment
Flowerpowder - Sprizztour (Oberst & Buchner Remix) - Voll Schoen
Himbrecht - Moose - Stereo Deluxe
Fake Mood - Insomnia - Highway Records
Luka Sambe - Totem - Sudbeat Music
Khen - Authentica - Lost & Found
Sebastien Leger - La Danse Du Scorpion - Einmusika Recordings
Lee Van Dowski Bastian Bux - Nine Lives - Bedrock Records
Nick Muir John Digweed - Gridlock (Henry Saiz Remix) - Bedrock Records


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