Originally posted by coleridge
Sasha studio sets are better though I find. His essential mix from 2000 (I think) is awesome, very timeless.
Originally posted by beatjunkie
Not a huge Sasha fan but I gave sasha - live @ the liquid room (08-11-03) a listen and there are a couple cool tracks on there as well.
Starts off with Toronto's Luke Fair remix of Mary J, that Trafik track that will be getting old soon, and Matthew Dekay Band - Higher Thoughts.
Still can't catch on to the Sasha sound though.....
Originally posted by Dr Funk MD
Do you think Sasha is becoming the Madonna of the DJ world? He's being pushing it so long and so many people have copied him that he still gets props but nobody really cares about anything he does now, just old stuff?
Originally posted by chipotle
he might be on his way on becoming Oakey #2 actually.