Here are all of halophoenix's jams.
So this is it - the Last Jam. I thought about going back to my first and coming full circle: https://www.thisismyjam.com/song/ellie-goulding/starry-eyed-russ-chimes-remix But there's something about that track that's explosive--indicative of beginnings, and I like keeping it that way. This on the other hand, is more chill, relaxed, and nostalgic--the way good Future Funk should be, so I'll close on this. Still in love, always will be. One love, my friends.
Jammed: 21st Sep 2015
by Bee's Knees
This track absolutely crushes it. Bassy, heavy beats, smooth vocals, and a solid groove.
Jammed: 18th Apr 2015
by Marlon Roudette
When the beat drops out and the people are gone will you still be there for me?
Jammed: 20th Jan 2015
by Baz Luhrmann
Happy New Year, ladies and gentlemen.
Jammed: 30th Dec 2014
by Viceroy feat. Penguin Prison
In your drop top, non stop, everywhere we turn the sun gets too hot, then we're gonna burn so turn that shit up, you know every word now you're gonna learn this is the life
Jammed: 17th Nov 2014
There's a little Jackson-style soul in this one. Love it.
Jammed: 1st Oct 2014
by William De Vaughn
Let's send the summer out in style - and remember to be thankful for what we have, yeah?
Jammed: 15th Sep 2014
An oldie but a goodie. When I used to spin out, I capped so many sets with this track that a lot of my friends forgot it was Hybrid entirely and just started calling it "The Alan Song." I couldn't have been more flattered.
Jammed: 24th Jul 2014
by Way Out West
When I used to do radio, every time I put this song on I'd get calls begging for its name before the song even stopped and I had a chance to tell everyone. Definitely Way Out West at their very best.
Jammed: 17th Jul 2014
by Panama Wedding
Love the way this track feels - something a little 80s about it, but definitely a modern vibe.
Jammed: 25th Jun 2014
by Miami Horror
True to the name of the remix, this seems like one of those warm-weather out at night making trouble kind of jams. I love it.
Jammed: 16th May 2014
by Frankie Knuckles
I can't even begin to explain what Frankie Knuckles' music meant to me. He really was the Father of House Music. Rest well, sir. You're loved, and you'll be missed.
Jammed: 1st Apr 2014
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