catalyst: anima

Recorded live here at the station on 2017 May 14. (Happy Mother’s Day!)

The first half of this is the usual Dogglounge fare – deep house, some nu-disco, etc. The second half tends towards Tech House more than the usual DL stuff. Much of it comes from releases intended for Ibiza and Miami 2017 beach clubbing.

It’s also a bit shorter than the normal 2 hours. Apparently I spaced out and played a track (or two?) twice. (Bad DJ!) So I edited those out in post-production, which left it short of the normal time. But it’s still a good set, IMO.


  • Chant For You (Original Mix) by Prequel
  • Tear My Heart (feat. Lulu James) (Marquis Hawkes Remix) by Moon Boots, Lulu James
  • Needs (feat. Leela D) (Extended Mix) by Kisch, Leela D
  • Clearer feat. Grace Phethean (Original Mix) by Grace Phethean, Xavier Eleven
  • Step To The Funk (Original Mix) by Joe Brunning
  • Lucky (Original Mix) by Sidney Charles
  • Mydonna (Original Mix) by Coeo
  • This Is Disco (Original Mix) by Hatiras
  • Susie Saxophone (Opolopo Remix) by Susanne Alt
  • Can U Feel It (Original Mix) by Jay Vegas
  • Wanna Be Happy (DJ Spen & David Anthony DA Vibes Remix) by Jasper Street Co.
  • Church (Demarkus Lewis “Hands In The Air” Mix) by Luca Bisori
  • It Has to Be a Dream (Original Mix) by Marc Vedo, Roland Clark
  • Boundaries (Made By Pete Remix) by Redux Saints
  • At The Downlow (Original Mix) by Ten Story
  • Deep Down (Original Mix) by My Cat Snoop
  • Acid Lights (Darius Syrossian Remix) by Ronnie Spiteri
  • Staccato (Original Mix) by No Requests
  • Amorous (Original Mix) by Vivelli
  • Playing With My Heart (Original Mix) by GUZ (NL)
  • C’est La Vie feat. Forrest (Raumakustik Remix) by Nolan, Forrest
  • Tear My Heart (feat. Lulu James) (Marquis Hawkes Remix) by Moon Boots, Lulu James
  • Misidentify feat. Cory Freisenhan (Original Mix) by PROFF, Cory Freisenhan

Spinner of a broad variety of electronic music, but with a core love for deep house, really good electro / techno (for dancing), and trap / dubstep (as long as it's melodic, and epic.)

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