I often get asked where should I start when it comes to looking for house tracks to dance to. I try not to give an answer straight away. Why? Because I want you to start your own journey.
You might not like what I like, so I often suggest that students find their favourite platform (Spotify, Youtube, Apple Music, Beatport et al.)
I start by mentioning key words such as "deep house" - I'll mention artists like "Masters at Work, Louie Vega, Kenny Gonzalez, Atjazz, Ron Trent, Dennis Ferrer"
But really, with today's technology - music is being put out every moment, and to keep on top of new releases and digging for classics, it's a never-ending journey.
I know not everyone is into digging for music, hell I've met people who don't even listen to music on a daily basis. But music will speak to you in different ways at different times.
What may inspire you to dance, or hit you in the feels will be dependent on what you're feeling, where you are or who you're with.
Of course that you can apply this to any genre of music, but the point is, find what moves you. We are all driven by different motives - when you find that right tune, let it consume you.
Bob your head, groove your body and step your feet. It's all the result of the infectious drug that music is. We fall in love with this feeling. And then we keep searching to find the next hit...
To an endless journey of digging. ✌️