With a distinctly British sound that belies his Philadelphian heritage, Blueshift delivers a set that draws from his appreciation of a wide variety of dance music. Using his finely-tuned ear for future hits, recent years have found him exposing listeners to the freshest in deep and energetic house. From Deadmau5, to Dusky, to Disclosure, Blueshift has consistently tipped big names well before they’ve made it to the limelight.
Like his DJ sets, Blueshift’s production style presents a mixture of influences. His tracks signal it’s time to dance with a strong backing house beat and a focus on interesting chords and melodies. Recent releases include a signing to Nurvous Records with fellow producer ILY under the guise of Mr. Falcon and a track on Kerri Chandler’s Madhouse Records with Rhythm Operator.
Blueshift has the privilege of co-founding the French Express blog and working for a time with the now world-famous label’s publicity. He has also written articles for the influential Stoney Roads blog and has been a resident DJ and promoter for several parties on the East coast. With recent shows around the States headlining and supporting some of his favorite DJs, as well as having mixes aired on a variety of radio and digital stations, he is bringing his style to an ever-growing audience. There is no question Blueshift has his finger on the pulse of underground dance music.
01. Matt Prehn – Looking For You (Feat. Griffin)
02. Black Loops – Sex
03. Hollis Parker – What You’ve Done (Original Mix)
04. Lombard Street – The Murder Track
05. Lee Pearce – Back To Basics
06. Demarkus Lewis – I Do It Naturally (Original Mix)
07. Paul Woolford, Jocelyn Brown, Marquis Hawkes – I’m So Glad (Paul Woolford Rework)
08. Mr. Kavalicious – Ride on Top, Pt. 1
09. Soledrifter – Ain’t Nobody
10. Skapes, Ke-An – Memories
11. Offaiah – Trouble (Apexape Remix)
12. Inner City – Good Life (House Of Virus Remix)
13. Pete Dafeet – Polar Bear
14. John Randle – No One Like You (Adam Hyjek Remix)