BASS BEYOND GENRE
SF Bay Area
DJing is about trust...and once the dancers understands that I understand the dancefloor, they experience a liberation of the self...a freeedom of expression, a place of surrender within which one connects with one's highest self.
So as a DJ my job is to remain present - very present - in order to maintain this essential connection and essential awareness of nonduality. As a DJ there is no "me" and "them", there is only a table full of equipment that separates me from the dancers; otherwise I am as much a part of the dancefloor and dancers as I am part of the music that's coming through me.
Hailing from the West Coast and serving sound as one of the most sought after DJs in the festival scene, Dragonfly drops deep selections of EDMs traditional and emerging genres. From future/deep tech/deep house, glitch, trap, dub and global bass: Expect the unexpected; you'll never hear the same set twice!
As a consummate crate-digger his days are spent down the rabbit-holes of sound, constantly discovering emerging talent and the hidden gems of sonic possibility. With an ear for the exotic and a background in movement arts, his approach is through the emotive keyhole of the psyche, while unlocking the heart of the dancefloor community. As a percussionist who’s adventured extensively throughout the near and far east, his mixes span all tempos and all genres of electronic dance music. His selections are drenched in global idioms, accented with tribal motifs, and interwoven with relentlessly intoxicating rhythm and groove.
Lightning in a Bottle, Symbiosis, Envision (Costa Rica), Enchanted Forest, Northern Nights, Lucidity, Earthdance, Burning Man, Stilldream, Manifest, Great Convergence (Egypt), Shambala (Canada), Beloved, Eclipse(Australia), Mystic Garden, Raindance Festival, Harmony Festival, Sonic Bloom, Wanderlust, Foreverland and many others...
Comments by DJ DRAGONFLY
...coming back to this song a year later....still excellent!
wOW - aMAZINg!
@meekalosche: Farid - Sunday Paper (dropped @ 25% slower than written)
Great mix...thanks for posting the tracklist...some great stuff to explore, here....