EVS 098 Guestmix on DI.fm

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I interviewed Trevor Nygaard in May of this year for an episode of the DJ Podcast. He provided me with a great 3dektek guestmix for EMFTM. I had sent him the first part of the podcast episode, which I had made as a tribute to his radio show on DI.fm, Electro Vibe Session. He enjoyed the mix and offered me a guestmix opportunity for the show that was to air only a few days later. I took the first part of my EMFTM episode and added an extra half hour of tracks that Trevor had played on his show over the past 97 shows.

It was a blast to hang out with the DI.fm listeners in the forums and, as the screencap above shows, the opportunity to share my mix with over 1100 listeners at once was phenomenal. Sadly, EVS ended with episode 100. I’m thankful to be one of the DJs that Trevor picked to have a mix showcased on Digitally Imported. Trevor will soon start a new radio show on the DI.fm Tech-House channel. If you have ever heard one of his 3dektek sets, you should know that his new show is going to be full of energy, amazing tunes, and a great vibe.

1. Mark Knight & Funkagenda vs Paul Thomas – Arena (Mark Knight’s Very Clubby Mix) with Funkagenda – What The **** (Original Club Mix)
2. Deadmau5 – Sometimes Things Get, Whatever (Original Mix)
3. Robbie Rivera – Back To Zero (Juicy Miami Dub)
4. The Loops Of Fury – Flick A Switch (DJ Dan & Mike Balance Remix)
5. Spencer & Hill – Right On Time (Original Mix)
6. Stupid Fresh – Stretch The Canvas (Original Mix)
7. Dirtyloud – Trash House Music (Original Mix)
8. Wolfgang Gartner – Flashback (Original Mix)
9. Deadmau5 vs Sydney Blu – Give it up for Some Kind of Blu (Peter Morgan Mashup)
10. Melleefresh & Deadmau5 – Hey Baby (Original Mix)


Inspired by DJs like Paul Van Dyk and Ferry Corsten, Peter Morgan took his passion for electronic music to the next level and started DJing in 2007. Never wanted to following the trends and always looking for new sounds, Peter mixes multiple genres including Trance, Progressive House, and Techno.

Peter also creates video tutorials focused on teaching the viewer how to use DJ and audio production software. Visit thedjpodcast.com to learn more.

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