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CLUB KERRY NYC: Vocal Dance & Electronic - DJ Kerry John Poynter

Inspiring the NYC & American electronic dance music scene every 128 BPM (beats per minute) at a time. One of the longest running vocal house EDM podcasts ever! (Since 2009). Listed "What's Hot" by Apple iTunes in 2011-2018. "Stylistically Superior! Simply the best vocal house podcast on the net." (iTunes)
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Apr 13, 2009

It's only been two weeks since the last set upload "NYC is Burning" which is still burning up my ears. But I couldn't hold onto this new set for much longer. Your shoes will be tapping or rather dancing to the sound of this set (Shoes by Tiga, track #2). And just who is that uncredited female voice talking on this track? Hmmm. Nobody seems to know for sure. This track is about '4 minutes' long, just plain fun and 'hard candy' to your ears. More like this please, Madge and Tiga. The Hard(ly) Candy phase is over!

The Freemasons return with Sophie Ellis-Bexter on my fave tune of this moment with a leaked edit of Heartbreak Make Me A Dancer (track #4). I understand it sees a proper release very soon. A summer anthem I predict.  I look forward to the remixes. In the mean time, enjoy my little extended version.

Digital Dog shows up yet again on my playlist. Brits Steve Cornish and Nick Mace make up Digital Dog and are one of those rare DJ/producers that can take an okay song and turn it into greatness. Another case in point: Chemistry by Velvet (track #5).

A great song does not always have to have vocals. Miami to Altanta by Pryda (Track #8) is a bit more progressive than what is on most of my sets but is so good. Give it a chance. I decided to keep the progressive sounds coming for the next few minutes with lots of energy until the all too fun neo-disco closer The Bitch is Back by Warren Clarke (Track #12). You may find yourself wanting more so just press repeat. Enjoy!

Choice Lyric:

"Can you stay up for the weekend and blame god for looking too old

can find all that you stand for has been replaced with mountains of gold

you cannot dream yourself to notice to feel pain and swallow fear

but can you stay up for the weekend for next year

God i can’t do this any more though ill be laid down on the floor as many feet walk through the door

I’m not alone"

(Insert Poynter Pump dance move now! My friends will get it.) I'm Not Alone - Calvin Harris (track #1)

Track List (61:28):

  1. I'm Not Alone (Extended Mix) - Calvin Harris
  2. Shoes - Tiga
  3. Monday (Henry John Morgan Remix) - Carlo Dall' Anese And Fabio Castro
  4. Heartbreak Make Me A Dancer (Kerry John Poynter Answer Mix Extension) - Freemasons featuring Sophie Ellis-Bexter
  5. Chemistry (Digital Dog Club Mix) - Velvet
  6. Your Loving Arms - Jose Amnesia Vs. Karen Overton
  7. Sometimes (Matt Cerf Remix) - DJ Tatana
  8. Miami To Atlanta (Original Mix) - Pryda
  9. Music Talking (Joey Negro Remix) - The Montanas & DJ Roland Clark
  10. Better Day (Adam K & Addy Remix) - Dirty South & Paul Harris featuring Rudy
  11. Beat Of My Heart (Redroche Remix) - Olav Basoski featuring Errol Reid
  12. The Bitch is Back - Warren Clarke
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