Official DC9 at Night Mix

Taylor "Effin" Cleveland's Official Summer Mix for DC9 at Night

The beatmakers, producers and DJs in Dallas are busting the local music scene wide open. We here at the Observer wanted to showcase that talent through mixes made by the best in the business, especially for DC9 at Night. So stream, download and share the mix with your friends. Relive the weekend and prepare for the next with the official DC9 at Night Mix.

It's easy to run into Taylor "Effin" Cleveland any night of the week, sometimes more than once. As the resident DJ at Circuit 12, he's responsible for amping up the electric vibe of the gallery's exhibits. A jack of all trades, Cleveland has also written for a few publications in town, painted murals for Urban Outfitters and played in local electronic act, Zhora (which he recently left).

With this mix, Cleveland gives us plenty to twerk to. Electro pop and shiny, diamond cut remixes shower this mix with Summer time sexual tension.

What to Expect: Once Kids With Weapon's "Dallas Trap Anthem" hits @ 14:50, drop and do the Dallas Boogie.

Track Listing: Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs - Hits the Mirrorball MNDR - Feed Me Diamonds (Redsean Remix) Azari & III - Lost In Time Daft Punk - One More Time (Kids With Weapons Remix) Flosstradamus - Lana's Theme Drake - Started from the Bottom (Suckerpunch Remix) Kids With Weapons - Dallas Trap Anthem Ryan Hemsworth - Slurring (Bauuer Remix) Benny Benassi - Satisfaction (RL Grime Remix) Major Lazer - Original Don (Flosstradamus Remix) SBTRKT - Wildfire (Ft. Little Dragon) Ryan Hemsworth - Cold and Tempted Xaphoon Jones Remix - If You Loves

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