Talented DJ PigitaL returns to the ones and twos to deliver another incredible 56minutes installation of his mix series ‘One Day In My House’. This journey, and it really is a journey, of house music continues his collection of summer-style mixes, #7 of which we reviewed recently. His latest curation of the best house and club tracks is number eight in a series which simply can’t be missed for all dance music fans.

It takes a certain skill to master the art of DJing and set construction. Indeed many high profile artists spend large amounts of their time putting together set-lists and finding crowd pleasers. For PigitaL, this is a skill that obviously comes naturally, his mixes always packed full of phenomenal and interesting tracks.

Episode 8 takes on a distinctly house music flavour, as opposed to episode 7’s tech and tribal vibe. Encompassing house, vocal house, deep house and jackin’ house among other variants, this is a mix that will appeal to a wide audience and one you can rely on for a variety of occasions.

PigitaL’s mixing skills are second-to-none and he eases through the tracklist in ‘One Day In My House’, seamlessly. He is completely competent, comfortable and able on the decks, his DJing skills radiating here.

With plenty to enjoy in 56 spectacular minutes of well mixed house music, PigitaL is a talent we look forward to seeing much more of in the future. Be sure to check out PigitaL One day in my…House ! #8, here:


In a music scene now dominated not by great DJ mixes but producers and tracks, it is refreshing, to say the least, when we discover a great podcast or set. In steps Australian DJ Buried King with his fantastic latest edition of the Deep Seahorse Podcast. This rising talent has already claimed support by none other than Baauer, Emoh Instead, Alison Wonderland, CRNKN, Dicky Trisco, Pete Herbert, Yolanda Be Cool, Aston Shuffle and Touch Sensitive to name but a few. It is easy to see why he is gaining so much recognition.

In episode #38, Buried King takes listeners on a marvellous disco and house journey that takes dance music back to what it used to be about, dancing. This eclectic set with an almost old-school style is skilfully mixed and its groovy sound will appeal to a vast and wide audience. This is a man that after all, is absolutely no stranger to the ones and twos, with residencies including premier clubs Pacha and Kit&Kaboodle.

Amassing a fair number of plays already, this is an episode well deserving of a large audience as Buried King eases through a dazzling track-list. Part of the difficulty of DJing is of course track selection. It is safe to say there isn’t a dull moment in this rich, flavoured hour of classic disco, nu disco and house. It is funky to the max, ‘peppered with deep, bass, tropical house sounds’ and sure to get your weekends clubbing started the right way.

We look forward to hearing much more from this capable Sydney-based DJ and following his career, here on EDMLead.com. Why not keep in touch with his socials for more updates? Be sure to check out the fantastic episode #38 of the Deep Seahorse Podcast, with the brilliant Buried King, here: