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Ep. 182: Event Horizon

Austin-based CHINT has opened for some of the biggest names in the electronic game (Mark Knight, Green Velvet, Josh Wink, MK…to name a few). He graciously shared his opening sets for Way Out West and James Zabiela on this podcast to huge support from our listeners. It’s with great excitement that we bring him back in this week’s episode — this time sharing an exclusive mix he dropped to open for the legendary John Digweed! No surprise, it’s dope. Featuring nearly 65 minutes of Techno, Minimal and Deep Tech House, there’s no turning back in this one. Keep the music loud!

Ep. 167: Never Alone

Ever since Ep. 147 aired, we’ve been wanting to have the hella talented CHINT back on the podcast. Today, the wait ends! After dropping one of our most popular mixes to date, the man-with-the-plan has returned with more fire in this week’s episode. This time he teamed up with Remmington – the owner and creator of Austin’s famed Kingdom nightclub – to throw down a 99 minute mix that oozes late night vibes. It’s got dark, melodic Techno, hypnotic Tech House and some downright nasty Warehouse tracks for your listening pleasure. And if that isn’t enough for you, the duo performed this as an opening set for the infamous James Zabiela. Time for us to shut up and crank the music. Keep it loud!

Ep. 147: Nightfall

We’re very excited to feature another Texas artist on the podcast! He’s new to our airwaves but certainly not the music scene. From the great capital of Austin, CHINT┬áhas been setting the dancefloor on fire at the world-famous Kingdom nightclub for some time. He’s opened for some of the biggest DJs on the planet and brings us a special treat for this week’s Summer Series episode. The 81 minute mix you’re about to hear was his opening set for the infamous Way Out West duo. If you dig the sounds and are in the area, be sure to check out CHINT every Friday & Saturday at Kingdom Afterhours or hit up one of the shows he’s opening. You won’t be disappointed. Without further ado…keep the music loud!