What It Is
An hour long mix of non-stop club music.
A new episode of this show drops every week. It’s a music show (you know, like Stuart Bedasso) so I need to mention this: the technical quality on this show is absolutely outstanding. This is certainly the best music quality I’ve ever heard on a music podcast. You need the bass to really hit on club-music and the bass on this show is stellar. iTunes has the most recent forty odd episodes. For more, check out the website.
What About It
I’m not really an expert on club music or anything, meaning I couldn’t name a lot of artists, but I know that I like it. I mean, when it’s good, obviously. I can tell good club music from bad. This show is as consistent a music show as I’ve come across. I listened to six or seven episodes of this show, I think, and I can only remember one song that I didn’t like. There’s a lot to like about the show. Tiesto leans toward the high energy side of club, rather than the ethereal, though he does play some slower stuff sometimes, but this really makes this podcast just fly by. It’s an hour of really energizing, really cool music. It always left me feeling really good and charged up. I also really like that this isn’t a show where the DJ comes in and interrupts the music. Tiesto will pop into the show in order to tell who the artists are and give some track info (not that this is particularly helpful given his incredibly thick accent), but when a song ends and he comes in to give some info, he’ll essentially transition right into the next song and just loop the opening under his vocals. So even when he’s talking, the music doesn’t stop. And I should mention the transitions, which are as flawless as I’ve ever heard on a music show. There are times when Tiesto transitions between tracks and it’s genuinely difficult to tell exactly where the join is. Anyway, I love this show and I think it’s my new favorite music show. If you just really hate club music for whatever reason, sure, you won’t like it. But I love it.
You have ever unironicallly said “drop the beat.”
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