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Jeff Dority (fka Pure Noise) has made a huge splash on the national party scene with his distinct deep, sexy, psychedelic style and exceptional selector skills. He brings his love of big-room dance music to dance floors all around the country. While his sets feature a strong emphasis on cutting edge house, tech-house, deep house, and techno music, his expansive taste draws from the entire spectrum of electronic music including everything from psychedelic disco to dark progressive tribal house.

A night with Jeff on the decks threads together his love for the cutting edge and underground, while balancing it with an equal affinity for big room bangers and classic throwback tracks. With an improvisational style, and a personal philosophy of playing to the party that is happening, he has an uncanny ability to read a crowd and give them exactly what they need to keep the energy going strong. Once he sets the groove, there’s no telling where he might take his dance floor, but it is sure to be an unforgettable journey filled with body-shaking grooves and cathartic hands-in-the-air moments.

Jeff has spent the past three years traveling all around the country headlining major events in NYC, Chicago, Vancouver, Atlanta, Dallas, Minneapolis, Palm Springs, San Diego, and Los Angeles.

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Jeff Dority (fka Pure Noise) has made a huge splash on the national party scene with his distinct deep, sexy, psychedelic style and exceptional selector skills. He brings his love of big-room dance music to dance floors all around the country. While his sets feature a strong emphasis on cutting edge house, tech-house, deep house, and techno music, his expansive taste draws from the entire spectrum of electronic music including everything from psychedelic disco to dark progressive tribal house.

A night with Jeff on the decks threads together his love for the cutting edge and underground, while balancing it with an equal affinity for big room bangers and classic throwback tracks. With an improvisational style, and a personal philosophy of playing to the party that is happening, he has an uncanny ability to read a crowd and give them exactly what they need to keep the energy going strong. Once he sets the groove, there’s no telling where he might take his dance floor, but it is sure to be an unforgettable journey filled with body-shaking grooves and cathartic hands-in-the-air moments.

Jeff has spent the past three years traveling all around the country headlining major events in NYC, Chicago, Vancouver, Atlanta, Dallas, Minneapolis, Palm Springs, San Diego, and Los Angeles.

    Endless Euphoria

    Endless Euphoria

    Endless Euphoria

    Tracklist

    1. Simone Fedi - Bitter Devotion (Ewan Pearson Extended Remix)
    2. Aeroplane feat. Kathy Diamond – Whispers
    3. Poolside – Golden Hour
    4. Daft Punk – Get Lucky (Drop Out Orchestra Edit)
    5. 40 Thieves feat. Qzen - Don't Turn It Off (Greg Wilson Version)
    6. Haim – Falling (Duke Dumont Remix)
    7. Baio – Sunburn Modern
    8. Grizzly Bear – Gun Shy (Lindstrøm Remix)
    9. Bicep – Stash
    10. Downtown Party Network - Days Like These (Vocal)
    11. Black Van – Yearning
    12. Gossip – Move in the Right Direction (Classixx Remix)
    13. Boris Dlugosch feat. Róisín Murphy– Never Enough (Drop Out Orchestra Remix)
    14. Mekon feat. Mark Almond – Please Stay (Röyksopp Remix)
    15. Hunee - A Study In Wild
    16. Classixx – I’ll Get You
    17. Hot Natured – Reverse Skydiving (Benoit & Sergio Remix)
    18. Lindstrøm & Todd Terje – Lanzarote
    19. Benoit & Sergio – Bridge So Far
    20. Basement Jaxx – Always Be There
    21. Disclosure – F for You
    22. Classixx – Holding On
    23. Todd Terje – Strandbar (Samba Version)
    24. Disclosure – When a Fire Starts to Burn
    25. Maceo Plex – Mind on Fire

    • 2 hrs 10 min
    Climax

    Climax

    Climax: A deep & groovy tech-house trip for the end of the world.

    This mix is essentially a set I played at a party here in LA back in February. Much like my Meltdown set from last year, I loved the flow of the it, but the quality of the recording wasn't optimal. So I polished it up a bit, switched out a couple tracks I had played out at other gigs recently, and re-recorded it.

    Thanks to the pandemic, nightlife is currently on an indefinite pause. I had no idea then that this set would be one of the last times I would play for the foreseeable future. So I put on a little intro and outro on the mix as an ode to clubland... hopefully we'll all get to return and get back to dancing soon.

    In the meantime, I hope you enjoy Climax. :)

    Tracklist:

    1. Intro: Chromatics - The Telephone Call
    2. Massimiliano Pagliara - Avenue of the Palms (Night Mix)
    3. Harry Romero - R.W.P.
    4. James Solace - Twilight
    5. Collective Machine - Horizon
    6. Billie Eilish - Everything I Wanted (Stereolynk Vocal Remix)
    7. Hot Since 82 - Like You (Franck Roger Remix)
    8. Athea - Hangdrums of Ginza
    9. Darius Syrossian - Bull Stomp (Ben Rau Remix)
    10. Butch, C. Vogt - Vogue
    11. Siwell - Paragon
    12. Chus & Ceballos - Galera
    13. Peggy Gou - Starry Night
    14. Hot Since 82 - Street Lights
    15. Matthias Tanzmann - Panthera
    16. Franky Rizardo - X Marks the Spot
    17. Danny Tenaglia - Don’t Turn Your Back (Mendo Remix)
    18. Format:B - Whipp
    19. Camelphat ft. Cari Golden - Freak (Matthias Tanzmann Remix)
    20. Funk D’Void - All Your Shit (Drivetrain Remix)
    21. Marie Davidson - Work It (Soulwax Remix - Guy DeGiacinto Redrum Bootleg)
    22. Ronnie Spiteri - Riverside
    23. Danny Howells - Isolar
    24. Mendo - Give It to Me
    25. Friend Within - Lorla
    26. Roland Clark - Go Back (Ted Patterson Afro House Remix)
    27. Moloko - The Time is Now (Francois K Main Vocal Mix)
    28. Mechas - Hot (Cesar del Rio Remix)
    29. Chiapet - Westworld (Skylark Edit 2019 Remaster)
    30. Dosem - Instead
    31. Enigma - Sadeness pt. 1 (Serving Ovahness Back to Twilo Mix)

    • 2 hrs 30 min
    Instinct

    Instinct

    Instinct represents the beginning of a new chapter for me; It's a bit leaner and meaner than previous mixes. I wanted to change up my usual format of 2-3 hour sets and begin to put out shorter, more succinct mixes. While I love putting together my longer, more conceptual sets, this shorter format allows me to explore more precise ideas and push my interest in different genres. My goal is to put out a new shorter 45-60 minute mix hopefully every month or so.

    With Instinct I wanted to create a snapshot of where I'm at musically right now. It's big, dark, and propulsive tech house and techno, but still has a groovy and psychedelic feel to it. Enjoy!

    Tracklist:

    1. Never Leave The Rave (Jeff Dority Edit): Josh Butler - Never Leave ft. Emilie Marie vs. Ronnie Spiteri - Indian Rave Hand
    2. Danny Howells - Players
    3. Hot Since 82 - You Are The Light ft. Jem Cooke
    4. Chus & Ceballos - Galera
    5. Betoko, Anhauser - Palermo (Collective Machine Remix)
    6. Franky Rizardo - Tempo
    7. Trevino - Defektor Dub
    8. CJ Bolland, The Advent - Camargue 2019 (Maceo Plex Remix)
    9. I Wish You Were Here In Name Only (Jeff Dority Edit): Cristoph & Quivver - In Name Only vs. John Creamer & Stephane K - I Wish You Were Here ft. Nkemdi (Angel Moraes Remix)
    10. Outro: John Creamer & Stephane K - I Wish You Were Here (Omid 16b Remix) (Vox Sample)

    • 47 min
    Meltdown

    Meltdown

    In March 2019 I had the pleasure of returning to Seattle for the first time since moving away to DJ at an amazingly fun party called Meltdown at Club Contour, thrown by my buddy Alfonso. The recording sound was low tho, so I've re-recorded it with nearly the exact same tracklist and transitions but with a couple extra tracks I felt I 'missed' to fill it out a bit.

    DJ Alfonso Tan kicked the party off with a killer house set, that filled the dance floor with great energy and bouncin vibes, and handed it over to me with an absolute banger track that was pure FIRE. I couldn't have asked for a better lead in, and I took over at 12:30am in total peak-time energy mode.

    My vision for this set was very clear; this was my first time playing in Seattle in a year, so it felt like a homecoming for me. It was going to be the first time seeing a lot of my friends there and I really wanted to showcase how my sound has evolved in that time. I had a really busy travel season this past winter, playing some really fun parties in San Diego, San Francisco, Atlanta, Chicago, and LA over the course of just 6 weeks. I really wanted to play some of my favorite tracks from this season, and also hit a few new discoveries along the way. I came in with 100 tracks in a crate, with 30 faves, which is more concise than my usual gig prep. I'm glad I took this approach because I was super happy with how the set unfolded!

    I start in peak-time mode with very high energy and some fierce vocals. Around 1am I wanted to take things into deeper, sexier territory, so the next hour gets progressively deeper with some groovy basslines, funky percussion, and some more subdued vocals/samples. The crowd responded with a lot of close, sexy dancing, which is what I live for when I'm playing! Then I took a brief dip into some old school house classics right around last call at 2am to bring the energy back up a bit. I wanted to make sure everyone knew that the party was gonna go strong until 3am, so the last hour I brought back some high energy bangers to keep everyone dancing until closing time. I still had a strong dance floor holding it til close, and I love a good emotional end to a great party, so I closed things off with two of my favorite euphoric/tearjerker tracks of the moment.

    This trip to Seattle to play Meltdown was such a wonderful experience, catching up with my friends and playing music I've been loving lately. It reminded me of everything I love about DJing and how lucky I am to share what I am passionate about, that brings me and others such joy. I wanted to capture this feeling in a recording and I'm really happy with how it came out.

    Hope you enjoy it too! If you like it, please considering sharing it. Word of mouth from friends goes a long way for DJs! =)

    Tracklist
    Illyus & Barrientos - Shout
    Mighty Dub Katz - Just Another Groove (Tocadisco Remix)
    Mar-T & Luca Donzelli - Funkadisturb
    Hot Since 82 - Bloodlines
    Senzala - Illusions
    Budai - Invisible Beats
    Franky Rizardo - Rave Machine
    Eats Everything ft. Idiotproof - African Love
    Saeed Younan - Don’t Stop Won’t Stop (Denney Remix)
    Stimming ft. Lazarusman - Your Dreams (Audiojack Remix)
    Collective Machine - Turning
    Franck Roger ft. Mandel Turner - After All (D’julz Remix)
    Mihalis Safras - Acido (Christof Remix)
    Kamero - Icarus
    Peggy Gou - It Makes You Forget (Itgehane) (I:Cube Remix)
    Joyce Muniz ft. Little Boots - Strange Girl
    Chus & Ceballos - Senja in Bali
    Franky Rizardo - I’m Feelin’
    Elastic Reality ft. BT - Cassa de X (Dubfire’s Deep Vocal Mix)
    Kathy Brown & Dave Anthony - I Had Enough (Risk Assessment Back to 94 Remix)
    LA Riots - House is a Feeling
    Dale Howard - Hypnotized
    Camelphat & Christoph ft. Jem - Breathe
    X-Press 2 - I Want You Back
    Phunk Investigation - Bass & Drum
    Danny Serrano - Insade
    Senzala - Sunset
    Booka Shade - Trespass 2019 (Mark Knight Remix)
    Rebuke - Rolo
    Jansons -

    • 2 hrs 48 min
    Overload

    Overload

    I hit the decks firing on all cylinders with Overload, recorded live at Los Globos in Los Angeles on 9.15.18. Brace yourself for 2 hours of high-energy, big-room house, tech-house, and tribal beats, because this one bangs HARD. ;)

    It's been about two years and 70-something gigs since the last time I recorded a live set, and my approach to prepping for a gig has change quite a bit since then. When I played Flight back in Oct '16, I had my set planned out to a T; the track order set and every transition mapped out. That was the last time I ever did that. My philosophy now is to play to the party that's happening- I pick tracks on the fly and just play what feels right that will fit the energy of the dance floor. This set is me just jamming to a crowd that was ready to set it off from the get go, and this party was an absolute blast to play. :)

    My idea for this set was pretty simple: I wanted BIG, high-energy tracks with heavy basslines, drums for days with lots of funky percussion textures, and some fun psychedelic dubby effects. I came in with about 100 tracks, 20 faves that I really wanted to hit, and just played what felt right in the moment. I'm so glad I hit record, because I'm really happy with how this set turned out!

    Great high-energy set that's perfect for the gym... get it fellas!

    Hope you enjoy it, and if you like it, share it!  :)

    Tracklist
    Will Saul - The Map Room / Madonna - Vogue
    Illyus & Barrientos - Scream
    Pirate Copy - Piano Track
    Danny Serrano - Bassmore
    De La Swing - Dihue
    Hot Since 82 - Buggin’ (Dub)
    Pirate Copy - Tribal on the Terrace (Instrumental)
    Agoria - Wrong ft. JAW (Solardo Remix)
    Themba - Vuma
    Santé - Footsteps (Mathias Kaden Get Lost Remix)
    Collective States - Blue Snaggletooth
    Franky Rizardo - Tempo
    Harry Romero - Acid Bells
    Robag Wruhme - Veddel Braav
    Themba - Haai ft. Lolo Vilakazi
    Honey Dijon - Personal Slave (Harry Romero Remix)
    SYAP - Good Stuff Piano
    Ferrick Dawn - Wilderness
    Madonna - Hung Up (Chus & Ceballos Remix)
    Tomy DeClerque - Klaxon
    Yoko Ono - Will I (John Creamer & Stephane K Remix)
    DJ Dep - On The Road
    Oxia - Instinct
    Phunk Investigation - Tribal Zone
    Stefano Noferini - Substrates
    The Chemical Brothers - Music : Response (Futureshock Main Response)

    • 2 hrs 7 min
    XXXtasy

    XXXtasy

    Summer is here and I'm bringing the heat with XXXtasy - an intoxicating journey filled with ecstatic grooves, trippy tribal beats, sexy vocals, and blissful melodies - all designed to take you to a higher state of consciousness.

    The inspiration for this mix came about in February when I was preparing to play a big party in LA. I was listening to a lot of old school Deep Dish remixes at the time and I was really inspired by that old school progressive / tribal sound.

    I was super into progressive house around the turn of the millennium- Deep Dish, Sasha & Digweed, BT, Nick Warren, etc... all those DJs are basically the reason I wanted to become one as well. I wanted to take that uplifting, melodic style and update it- the term I thought of was “Ecstasy House.” The vibe I wanted to go for with this party was super groovy, sexy, feel-good jams but with a modern twist with more psychedelic, dubby, tribal elements.

    Of course, this is just where the idea for this mix started. As with all of my mixes, it began with one idea, and evolved into something else entirely. It’s hard to put into words everything this set means to me; so many other parts of my life have been incorporated into it now.

    I think they best way to describe this mix is as a travelogue, encapsulating the last 9 months or so if my life. I started traveling a lot for gigs last year, and since then I’ve played parties all over the country. Every city is a new adventure, filled with amazing new people. DJing is a total adrenaline rush, and my life became punctuated by these very overwhelming “ecstatic” moments. I’ve played about 3/4ths of these tracks out at some point recently, and most of these tracks have an awesome memory associated with it from one of my adventures.

    It’s been an emotional ride, to say the least. I wanted to create a mix that captured that overwhelming mix of emotions. If my last mix Voodoo was about the dehumanizing aspects of modern technology, then this mix is about the opposite; human connection and its many wonderful forms, and finding states of absolute ecstasy through music, or dancing, or love, or sex, or drugs... or perhaps all of the above lol

    In many ways, this set feels like a twin counterpart to my Free Your Mind mix from last summer. But where that set was inspired by a psychedelic trip, this mix is modeled after the intense rush of sensations brought on by ecstasy. XXXtasy comes on strong and goes through several rolling peaks before mellowing out into a groovy state of bliss...

    Enjoy the ride!

    XXX

    1. (Intro Vox) Lindstrom – Didn’t Know Better
    2. Elastic Reality & BT – Cassa de X (Deep Dish Does X Mix)
    3. Harry Romero – Poema
    4. Krystal Klear – Just a Little (Twilo Mix)
    5. dOP – A Night in Sausalito (Deetron Remix)
    6. Gat Decor – Passion (Naked Mix)
    7. Serge Devant – Fearing Love (Club Mix)
    8. Dubtribe Sound System – Do It Now (Deep Tech Version)
    9. Greencross – The Children of the Python
    10. Kamar – I Need You (Peggy Gou Remix)
    11. Spin Science – Wonderland (Tom Middleton Liquatech Remix)
    12. Cassius – Go Up (Butch Remix)
    13. M4CHINE – WTFunk? (Nadja Lind Remix)
    14. Tunnelvisions – Guava (Night Mix)
    15. Chus & Ceballos – Now or Never
    16. Blond:ish – EEEYAAA
    17. Seb Wildwood – Wet Plants (Telephones Remix)
    18. Lone – Temples
    19. Tunnelvisions – Ottakar’s Sky
    20. Harry Romero – Puma
    21. Greencross – The Children of the Python (‘Leg Before Wicket’ Remix)
    22. Dubman F – Obsynth
    23. Harrison BDP – It’s All Just Sound
    24. Itamar Sagi – One Million Oaks (Funk D’Void Remix)
    25. Fiuset – Chocalatee
    26. Casino Times – Voices
    27. Ewan Rill & K Loveski – X Spiral
    28. Butch – Countach (Kolsch Remix)
    29. Pional – Tempest
    30. Der Dritte Raum – Visitors
    31. Sanfuentes – Square Waves Over America
    32. Ultraverse – Eastern Longitude
    33. Lamb – What Sou

    • 2 hrs 44 min

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Bloozfan ,

Fun& Diverse mixes

I discovered Jeff and his podcast by coincidence and have been a huge fan eversince. Unlike other DJs in his genre who’s music tends to be predictable and repetitive, his sets are diverse and never boring. The more you listen, the more you will realize this guy isn’t afraid to experiment with different styles which is what makes his podcast so much fun to listen to. I especially like his “Woof”, “Climax” and “End of the World” mixes because of the deeper, more intense beats. I always look forward to Jeff’s podcast and I hope I’ll be able to enjoy his performances live some day.

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