For this 24th episode, Amsterdam based DJ and Producer MIKE SCOT Boss Man of Sensative Soul and the label Mea Culpa Records kicks off the year by brilliantly revisiting 2 decades of House music in this Classic Mix!
01 Masters At Work ft India - I Can't Get No Sleep (KenLou 12" mix) - 1993
02 Jon Cutler ft E-Man - It's Yours (Original Distant Music mix) - 2001
03 Michelle Weeks - The Light (Jamie Lewis mix) - 2002
04 Salif Keita - Madan (Martin Solveig Exotic Disco mix) - 2002
05 Martin Solveig - Rocking Music (Joey Negro Club Edit) - 2003
06 Soulsearcher - Can't Get Enough (Jazz'N'Groove Nu-Disco Vox) - 1998
07 Deepswing - In The Music - 2001
08 Todd Terry, Martha Wash & Jocelyn Brown - Keep On Jumpin' (Tee's Freeze mix) - 1996
09 Ruffneck - Everybody Be Somebody (Mousse T.'s Back In The Days mix) - 1995
10 Bob Sinclar - I Feel For You - 2000
11 The Heller & Farley Project - Ultra Flava - 1995
12 Joe Smooth - Promised Land - 1987
13 George Morel - Let's Groove - 1996
14 Alan Braxe - Intro - 2000
15 Jaydee - Plastic Dreams (David Morales Full Lenght Club mix) - 1997
16 Shakedown - At Night (Kid Creme Remix) - 2002
17 House Of Venus - Dish N Tell - 1991
Born and raised in Amsterdam, Mike Scot (1984) grew up in a vibrant and lively music scene. Inspired by the tunes of DJ’s Erick Morillo, Roog, Sneak and Jamie Lewis, from an early age Scot grew a strong connection to timeless house classics, which still form part of his performance today. Over the years, Mike Scot has developed an untameable eagerness for new experiences and a talent for creating inspiring musical friendships, resulting in an impressive CV. It brought him from a selection of Holland’s most prominent nightclubs and festivals to those of Ibiza, Switzerland, Croatia, Poland, Italy, Israel & Portugal.
Whether it’s behind the turntables in Amsterdam or somewhere else or in his own production studio, Mike Scot stays true to his love for funky house music.
He likes to play and produce versatile, instrumentally infused music with room for deep undercurrents as well as pure dancefloor work. His style is warm, subtile but at the same time very energetic. His love for genuine, heartfelt music and his feeling with the crowd make Mike Scot a sure-fire crowdmover at any given party.
All this eagerness and hard work led him to Sensative Soul, the brandname behind the artist Mike Scot. Sensative Soul (no, that is not a spelling error) actually stands for three things: a musical disposition, a conceptual approach to spinning records and hosting events and a studio production company (in cooperation with Rutti Cruise) and descripes itself as a sensitive sensation, both classic and edgy, both funky and melodious.
Mike Scot & Sensative Soul. For the love of House Music.
© January 2018 DEEPINSIDE Media