DJ CarlsBad | Friday Night Jams | 8/3/18

DJ CarlsBad

DJ CarlBad is featured as a guest DJ tonight on our Friday Night Jams mix

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D-Train – Music (Dub Mix)
Koto – Japanese War Game (Swedish Remix)
Legacy – Stay With Me Tonight (Bonus Beats)
Bobby O – I’m So Hot For You (12″ Version)
Kat Mandu – I Wanna Dance (Remix) (Extended)
Liaisons Dangereuses – Los Ninos Del Parque (Club Mix)
Fast Eddie – Yo Yo Get Funky (Radio Version)
Chi Chi Liah – Proud Mary (Bonus Beats)
Yaz -Situation (Dub Mix)
Sharon Redd – Beat The Street (Instrumental)
Earth People – Dance (Club Mix)
Quando Quango – Love Tempo
Shannon – Give Me Tonight (Dub Mix)
Free Enterprise – Make It On My Own (Ben Liebrand Remix)
D-Train – You’re The One For Me (Instrumental)
N-Joi – Malfunction
Soul Sonic Force – Planet Rock
Jasmine – On The Loose
Madonna – Into The Groove (DJ Perry Edit)
Bee Gees – You Should Be Dancing
The Brothers Johnson – Stomp
GQ – Disco Nights (Rock Freak) (Original 12″/LP Version)
Jackie Moore – This Time Baby (Special Disco Version)
Arrow – Hot Hot Hot (Soca Dub Mix)
A Taste of Honey – Boogie Oogie Oogie (12″ Version)
Alexander Robotnick – Problèmes d’amour (Original Version)
Oliver Cheatham – Get Down Saturday Night (Special Extended Version)
My Mine – Hypnotic Tango
Gary’s Gang – Makin’ Music (Dub Mix)
Modern Romance – Can You Move
Loleatta Holloway – (Acappella)
Phyllis Nelson – I Like You (Extended Version)
Jimmy Castor Bunch – It’s Just Begun
Jupiter 6 – Banging The Box
Martin Circus – Disco Circus (Full Length Version)
Night Crawlers – Push The Feeling On (Dub Of Doom Mix)
Eastbound Expressway – Primitive Desire
Liaisons Dangereuses – Peut Etre…Pas
Patricia Harris – Heaven Is…(In the Back Seat of My Cadillac)
Attack – Crazy For Your Love (Instrumental)
Zeta – Eh-Ah-Oh
Yaz – Situation (Special Vocal/Dub Edit)
John Rocca – Once Upon A Time
Chapter One – Playing With Love (Extended Dance Version)
Mirage – No More No War (12″ Mix)
The Time Bandits – Live It Up (12″ Mix)
Bobby O – How To Pick Up Girls
John Rocca – Move (Farley Mix)
Freeez – Pop Goes My Love (12″ Mix)
Mr. Fingers – Washing Machine (12″ Club Mix)
Aly-Us – Follow Me (Club Mix)
Klein & M.B.O. – Dirty Talk (Greg Wilson Edit)
Divine – Native Love
Joe Smooth – Promised Land (Original 12″ Club Mix)
Miami Sound Machine – Conga (Select Mix Remix)
Don Armando’s 2nd Ave Rhumba Band – (Club Remix)
Sharon Redd – In The Name of Love (12″ Mix)
Nice & Wild – Diamond Girl [VM Edit] Prince – Controversy
Heaven 17 – Penthouse & Pavement
Frank De Wulf – Reforced
Michael Jackson – Thriller (Select Mix Remix)
Lime – Angel Eyes
Gibson Brothers – Cuba
Kano – I’m Ready (Extended Mix)
Cajmere – Percolator (Original Mix)
Patrick Cowley – Get A Little
Kraftwerk – It’s More Fun To Compute

DJ CarlsBad on MixCloud | DJ CarlsBad on Facebook

DJ CarlsBadDJ CarlsBad is a genre-bending open format DJ who began DJing prior to the formative years of Chicago House Music in the early 1980’s.

Hailing from Chicago’s north side and having worked alongside some of Chicago’s most legendary DJ’s, DJ CarlsBad was exposed to and was known to play a large variety of musical genres. He was never satisfied with settling on just one style.

He is an eclectic DJ who stays true to his motto by “playing what he wants, when he wants.” This eclectic style is most evident in his mixes where he can be found mixing genres in a way that shatters the traditional idea that mixes be grouped by genre.

The listener will be taken on a musical journey and there is no time to be locked to a genre when the party is packed.

Chicago’s legendary house superstar Mr. Lee recently approached DJ CarlsBad at an event and commented that he never heard a DJ mix rock music with house music at a party and “make it work.”

DJ CarlsBad breaks the rules and you never quite know what to expect next. It may very well be a song that you love but never thought you would hear in a mix. People don’t limit their genres, so why should DJ CarlsBad?

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