Ex-Prognosisite and open-source champion Doug Arellanes issued his latest DJ mix in mid-May. Pardon my procrastination in making it available. Here is the 4-1-1 on it, in the words of the man himself:
Seeing as it's been a little while since I put together a new mix, I'm happy to announce my newest mix, in honor of my new Friday night gig at Scott MacMillan's Tulip Lounge here in beautiful downtown Kafkaville. It's a smoothed-out bossa-neo thing, suitable for easy listening, e-z listening or sleazy listening.
But if you should so desire to turn it up, it'll work for that too.
The new Friday night gig, called "Sofistica: A night for grownups" should be good. I was thinking about it, and while I like to go out to clubs, I find myself put off more and more by the latest DJ Bing Bing (or fill in the blank for the latest teen sensation) music being played. Hence the thought of "a night for grownups."
Anyway, here are the links to the new mix:
http://www.arellanes.com/mixes/sofistica (the page)
http://www.arellanes.com/mixes/sofistica.zip (individual files packed into a 61MB zip, suitable for burning to CD, but pozor! Make sure you set the space between songs to '0' seconds)
http://www.arellanes.com/mixes/sofistica.mp3 (the entire mix as a single MP3. It's uploading and should be there in about 30 min.)
http://www.arellanes.com/mixes/sofistica.pdf (the CD cover)
And while you're at it, if you haven't checked out the other mixes I've put together:
http://www.arellanes.com/solstice: The Solstice Party, or what I would do if given a party truck and a sound system for Santa Barbara's Solstice Parade;
http://www.arellanes.com/zizkoteca: Žižkoteca: Latin electronica, straight outta Žižkov;
http://www.arellanes.com/mixes/cityofgott: Žižkoteca 2: City of Gott: A Brazilian party.
Hope all is well with you guys,