Episode LVI: Guest Mix by HARIM
This week’s episode of Sonic Landscapes is brought to us by DJ HARIM. This is a collection of songs meant to be listened to on either excellent headphones to fully experience the depth of sound and fascinating mixing or on a speakers system in an echoey subterranean dance club.
HARIM is an undergraduate at Cornell University, and Sonic Landscapes is excited to present his first mix for the show. With an inclination for more underground varietals, he enjoys playing music ranging from rhythmic yet soulful techno, all the way to festive, bass driven grooves. With the recent EDM explosion that has swept over America, commercial dance music has pushed techno, one of Dance’s earliest genres, into oblivion. HARIM makes it his quest and musical mission to spread techno, minimal, and deep house to the local Ithaca community and prove that it can provide great energy for a party.
On this mix you will find some of HARIM’s current favorite tracks, which includes percussive & tribal minimal techno and deep & heavy tech-house. He is currently a regular DJ at The Gates in Collegetown, and you can see him live this Saturday at Cornell Fashion Collective’s NY Fashion Week party this Saturday as well as next Thursday for Valentines Night, both at The Gates. He also frequently DJ’s at Lotus Seed Yoga Studio, where he plays smooth deep house, where he redefines both the relationship with sound and body as well as expands upon the utility of electronic music.
To hear more from HARIM and keep track of his performances [and believe us, you’re going to want to] point your browser to Harim’s facebook page or mixcloud.
To listen to the mix, simply right click the link below and choose “download linked file,” or click to listen streaming online.
Episode LVI: HARIM x Sonic Landscapes
1. Hustling Peoples – Frank Roger, Terrence Terry
2. Is – Barem
3. Labbit – Glimpse
4. Overture – Shlomi Aber
5. Twenty [Clio Remix] – Thomas Schumacher
6. Brain Stew [Baby Ford Remix] – Tom Ellis
7. Empty Feet – Stephen Donaldson
8. Golly Moses – Shlomi Aber
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