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From Miami to Harlem – Miami Poolside Mix 2013 (Podcast)

Miami Poolside FINAL

From Miami to Harlem.  New Podcast available now on iTunes with various artists such as Julius Papp, Daft PunkPharrell Williams, Calvin Harris, Sade (Phillip Damien remix 2013), Darren C, Shadow Child, Royksopp… and a lot more.  See the full playlist below.  This compilation has a heap of new mixes and  favorites from Miami’s legendary WMC 2013 (the largest international music festival in the world) held every year in South Beach for DJ’s, musicians, producers, remixers, record labels and music lovers from around the globe.  Miami Poolside Mix is a “best-of” afternoon pool parties compilation with a little bit of everything on it but mostly funky house grooves.

PLAYLIST:  Miami Poolside Mix 2013

No Matter What – Huxley
Hot Rabbits – Glom
Let You (subliminal mix) – Crek
Llove (Kaskade’s ICE Mix) – Kaskade
About You (Baunzz ‘Flexxxy’Remix) – Darren C
Boogie Buffet (Deep Dub) – Julius Papp
Mansion (Intro)
Feel So Close (Dillon Francis Remix) – Calvin Harris
Zdarlight (Chopstick & Johnson Remix) – Digitalism
So High (Hot Since 82 Remix) – Shadow Child
Get Lucky (Extended Vocal Mix) – Daft Punk ft. Pharrell Williams
Tricky Tricky (Cristo’s Tricky Mix) – Royksopp
Pearls (Phillip Damien 2013 Remix) – Sade / Phillip Damien
Sunrise (Tommy Trash Version) – The Aston Shuffle vs Tommy Trash
Mas Que Nada (Richard Grey Mix) – Richard Grey and Nari & Miliani
Heaven (Freemason’s Mix) – Depeche Mode
1981 (Mike Vale & Jerome Robins Remix) – Deadmau5
Easy (Lemaitre Remix) – Mat Zo & Porter Robinson

Entire Library of HarlemCondoLife’s here Podcasts.

Obama and Romney GAME TWO – Harlem Food Bar and other Harlem Hot Spots

Stop the DJ, pause your iPod and for 2 hours Oct 16 at 9pm watch the second Presidential Debate.  If you are looking for a place, Harlem Food Bar will be one of several showing the debate Tuesday at 9PM here in Harlem.  For 2 hours CNN political correspondent Candy Crowley will moderate President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney in this Town Hall style format.

For the first debate I was in Miami and asked a buddy/DJ friend of mine “what bar/lounge is the best place to watch the debate here in South Beach?” he said “Why? nowhere”  He was right we ended up at our hotel lounge which was lacking quite a bit of… shall we say flavor and was mostly routing for… shall we say the other guy.  Needless to say it is great to be back in NYC and specifically Harlem and have as many options as we do to view the debates.  Thanks to places like Harlem Food Bar, Lido’s, The 5 and DiamondCorner Social and other Harlem businesses that help to keep us informed and send the message that this Presidential Election is  an important one for Harlem and for our Country’s future.