Today, I am releasing my newest mix, Green Label. A blend of more of the hottest, freshest deep cuts I can find. Each track was chosen carefully, and the mix was recorded a few times before reaching its final state, its production stands in almost complete contrast with my last mix, Crescendo, which was recorded in one take with tracks chosen on the fly. Still, if you liked any of my mixes to date, you’ll like this one.
As with all my mixes, I try to give the choice of tracks and the feel of the mix an overall theme, and given the tracklist this time around, I felt that Green was an appropriate color to derive a theme out of. With the recent hot issues of global warming and industries going green, political turmoil in countries like Iran, where the Green movement faces insurmountable odds in their pursuit of justice and freedom, and most recently, the quake in Haiti that has crippled the tiny island nation with a perplexing history, the forces of nature and man seem to be colliding, like waves crashing against rock, or lightening slicing the sky. We may find ourselves conflicted over many of these issues, but the tracks from this mix seem to speak to our common sense, they demand action, transparency, conscientiousness, and perhaps most importantly, that you dance and have fun. Without getting too deep into the hidden messages (like realizing the mix is 01:02 hrs long, and came out at 12:00 on 01/20 in 2010), I hope you enjoy my newest mix and think about making the world a better place.