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Touch the Ground
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“Promise of New Beginnings Among Old Endings”, a beautiful upbeat track by the talented producer Fort Road, has inspired me to create a mix themed around our deep-rooted desire to be free from oppression and be in control of our destiny.
This is yet another throwback mix that was released exactly 5 years ago under my previous pseudonym DJ Seroton in a series called Unwind. I worked on this mix for a while, and I was so pleased with how it turned out. To my delight, friskyRadio quite liked it and decided to promote it as a guest mix on their long-running Chillout Sundays on 7/6/2015. The mix aired and did really well that friskyRadio approached me for an offer to have a monthly show, which airs to this day. It was an incredible feeling to finally get a worldwide stage for my mixes and a chance to reach bigger audience of people who appreciate this kind of melodic and positive chillout and ambient music.
Making this mix was a labor of love. If you feel like showing your appreciation, buy me a cup of a coffee. You can also share this with your friends, rate it or leave a review. Thank you.
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Bruno Sanfilippo ― Introvisions (Edit)
Fort Road ― Promise of New Beginnings Among Old Endings
Frédéric Chopin ― Nocturne No 2
Reuben Halsey ― Touch The Ground (Edit)
Eternal Love ― Radiant Horizon (Edit)
Aly & Fila With Aruna ― The Other Shore
Safri Duo ― Apollo (Edit)
Coldplay ― Fix You (Aylen Remix)
Christina Perri ― Jar Of Hearts (Official Karaoke Version)
Fort Road ― And Just Like That, You’re Gone
Bryan Adams ― Here I Am (Soundtrack Version)
Andrew Fields ― White Sand
David Vade ― The Mystery Of Two Hearts
Erik Wøllo ― Expedition
Andrew Bayer feat. Ane Brun ― Lose Sight
Loxx & Luca Lombardi vs. Fort Road ― Looking For New Beginnings (DJ Seroton Mashup)
Adam Fielding ― For What Remains