JAM On It resident and Slinky co-organizer Alex Castillo is back with another excellent selection of House music mix for this week’s Podcast.
Alex will also be appearing at the Tropical Hearts Spring Festival the weekend of May 3rd through 5th. The event is located at the La Jolla Indian Reservation in Southern California. Some of the djs scheduled to play so far include: Jimpster, Android Cartel, Anton Tumas, DJ Brad, Dougal, Mark E Quark, Lee Reynolds and more.
For more information on Tropical Hearts Spring Festival and presale tickets go to the Facebook Event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/487431837965360/
Enjoy this 1 hour and 2 minute mix, exclusively made for our Podcast.
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Alex has been working on perfecting his DJ style and technique for over 10 years. At Slinky 6 in 2005 we finally got the opportunity to hear what Alex had to offer the dance floor and he’s been on the JAM On It lineup ever since. Alex’s style can range from Tech-house, to tribal, funky and deep house. He has a common sense approach to reading the crowd and playing what makes sense for his time-slot and has no trouble keeping everyone dancing.
Alex is quickly gaining notoriety around California for his track selection and technical mixing skills. In 2012 he held a bi-monthly residency at F.A.M.I.L.Y’s Sunday Weekly event “Sun Sol” in Silverlake, CA.
Over the years he has played along side djs like Q-Burns Abstract Message, Christian Martin, Adnan Sharif, Jason Blakemore and many more.
Alex is also an integral part of the team behind throwing the annual forest gathering Slinky that has been running in the Southern California area since Summer of 2000.
We’ll let his mixes speak for themselves. Feel free to download his mixes from some of our past events and share them as you like.
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