Dance TV DJ Mix 608 – Joe L (Washington D.C. , U.S.A.)
Dance TV DJ Mix 608 - Joe L (Washington D.C. , U.S.A.)
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Artist: Joe L
Show: Dance TV DJ Mix 608 – Joe L (Washington D.C. , U.S.A.)
Genre: #House, #ProgressiveHouse, #TechHouse
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Dance TV DJ Mix 608 – Joe L (Washington D.C. , U.S.A.) Tracklist

Dance TV is proud to present DJ Mix #608 with Washington DC resident – Joe L.

A consistent fixture in DC’s nightclub scene for over two decades, producing events and holding residencies at esteemed venues Joe L has been involved in booking countless renowned artists. As a versatile DJ, his sets are known for their eclectic range, seamlessly blending genres from house music to hip-hop, creating unforgettable experiences on the dance floor. This mix is no exception showcasing his spectacular mixing skills and knowledge of music! Enjoy!

Joe L has spent over 20 years behind the decks, consistently making his mark on DC’s vibrant nightclub and event scene. From 2003 to 2013, Joe organized and produced events throughout the city, with his longest-running venture being “Everybody Loves Music.” This series of parties at TNT nightclub on Georgia Avenue, which ran from 2007 to 2010 and earned him second place in the Washington Post’s prestigious Best Dance Event Series for 2008.

Throughout his career, Joe L has held residencies at renowned venues, including Sonar nightclub in Baltimore for the Wednesday Exit Party, 13 years at Jimmy Valentine’s in Northeast, and three years at ESL. Additionally, he spent two years at U Street Music Hall, where he not only played as a DJ but also managed artist relations during the venue’s early years and the infamous Red Fridays nights.

As an influential event promoter, Joe played a crucial role in introducing acclaimed artists like Theo Parrish to the DC area. He also booked an impressive roster of talents, including Kerri Chandler, Derrick Carter, Mark Farina, Eddie C, Chez Damier, Marques Wyatt, Jesse Saunders, Stacy Kidd, and many others.

As a DJ, Joe has headlined numerous local dance floors alongside heavyweights such as Louie Vega, Kenny Dope, The Revenge, Eddie C, Recloose, Craig Smith, Derrick Carter, Jellybean Benitez, Joe Claussell, Jovonn, Jimpster, and Paul Woolford, to name just a few. When Joe takes control of the room, one thing is certain—expect the unexpected. With his vast musical palette and extensive collection of records, his sets seamlessly traverse various genres, including house music, disco, techno, funk, breakbeats, hip-hop, and everything in between. Given the right atmosphere and time, he effortlessly blends it all together, creating a dynamic and unforgettable experience on the dance floor.

1. Das Komplex, Concrete jungle
2. Bukka & Molinari, Mind games
3. Tornado Wallace, Trans encounters pt
4. Paso, I never
5. Nebraska, Look what you’ve done to me
6. LK, In You’re System
7. Soulphiction, Full swing
8. Luke Vibert, Acidisco
9. Ruby, Anna (Tevo H mix)
10. Buscemi, Midnight sessions
11. DJ Nature, What it isn’t
12. Inkswell, No more suckas
13. Bwanna, Flute
14. Faze Action, Tropical mix
15. Giovanni Damico, The sound of revolution
16. Various, The go off
17. Darci, Lost me boy
18. Daniel Baldelli, Positive flow
19. Dj Kaos, Tapping The source
20. DJ Pierre, I can’t stop for you
21. Fouk, I’ll be down
22. Doctor Dru, Supreme
23. Murphy Jax, Remember the future
24. Munk, Hot Medusa
25. Hashman Deejay, Xssential-3
26. Ramos, National jacking anthem
27. Kings of tomorrow, Finally

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