Sundays From Harlem
The deep house music show from uptown NYC that airs each week on www.IbizaLiveRadio.com
M-Sol Records Showcase on Ibiza Live Radio by Trevor Ricci
May 27, 2020 11:54 PM PDT
For the first time ever, I'm dedicating the full 2hrs of my show to showcase the beautiful music from M-Sol Records. I've never seen a label stay so true to a spiritual, atmospheric, ethereal vibe and apply that energy to every tempo between chill-out tunes and house music bangers. I COULD NOT be more impressed with the production talents of Label Owner, Marga Sol Sotirovska. Her chill-out tracks are PHENOMENAL and her deep house tracks are produced with the same quality as any one of the top Producers in the game. Please support and enjoy the music from this label
May 18, 2020 02:15 PM PDT
Smooth and easy house music from NYC with a chill Sunday vibe.
April 01, 2020 03:27 PM PDT
The deep house music show from NYC had a meditative feel to this week's show. House music isn't always about dancing, or partying. I really wish some people would understand that. There is a meditative aspect of this music that often gets overlooked by the uninitiated. Yes it can be monotonous. Yes, it can appear to be boring. However, if you are tuned into the vibe, those monotonous, boring beats can expand your mind and help escape the world that seems to have nothing but bad news relentlessly bombarding us every minute of the day. So, click 'play' close your eyes and let the music be your guide....
Tune in each Sunday to www.IbizaLiveRadio.com to hear the show LIVE as it airs each week
March 27, 2020 12:21 AM PDT
Since we are all, "Alone Together" I'm uploading another episode like I promised on last week's show. This session aired on Ibiza Live Radio on March 8th and started off with a chill song by Fred Everything and proceeded in the 1st hour with an eclectic group of deep house music tracks. Music from Ame to Osunlade for the fist hour. Then in the 2nd hour we get into some afro-cuban vibes and my NYC roots come out with amazing music from Joe Claussell, Antonio Ocasio. Dj Spen from Baltimore and closing things out with Vince Watson from Scotland.
Tune in every Sunday from your respective time zones to IbizaLiveRadio.com and 103.7fm in Ibiza
March 22, 2020 08:44 AM PDT
The deep house music show from NYC touched on all the 'feels' the world has been experiencing with this Coronavirus pandemic. I started with the intention of making a happy, feelgood session. But, it's not the way Im feeling right now. So, this set tries to hit all the different emotions that the world is experiencing together.
January 05, 2020 09:52 AM PST
The first hour of the deep house music show from NYC was very introspective and meditative. Its a nice hour to escape from the outside world and let the hypnotic music make you forget you are listening to music. The 2nd hour is much more upbeat and jazzy right to the end when I give my first dedication to my wife. Thank you for supporting the show and dont be afraid to share this link with anyone you might feel would enjoy it.
Tune in each Sunday exclusively on IbizaLiveRadio.com
December 31, 2019 02:41 PM PST
This 1hr session of disco and classic house keeps the energy up and bright which makes it the perfect way to ring in the new year. This set includes at least one song that everyone knows which makes it the perfect party soundtrack for your New Year's Eve.
Everyone here at Sundays From Harlem wish you a very happy 2020! Thank you for supporting Sundays From Harlem and thanks to Ibiza Live Radio for being the mothership which spreads my show to every corner of the globe.
November 17, 2019 09:46 PM PST
Recording this session got me in trouble with the neighbors and my landlord. I was playing, "Into My Life (You Brought the sunshine) and my wife walked in and started dancing to the song and when I turned up the volume, the neighbors emailed the landlord and then I got an email about a noise complaint. This is definitely a situation where I know my neighbors are listening to good music!
Go to @sundaysfromharlem on Instagram for the video playlist of the songs I played in this weeks show!
Tune in each Sunday to IbizaLiveRadio.com as it airs before the podcast comes out!!Sundays From Harlem on Ibiza Live Radio #177 (Originally aired on Oct 10th, 2019)
November 10, 2019 07:06 AM PST
The deep house music show kept things jazzy and organic for the first hour, then we take a deep dive to the stratosphere with some atmospheric deepness by tracks from every part of the world. I've gained a lot of Fiber Art followers and had to give them a couple big shout outs. The 2hr session keeps pumping along with music by Fish Go Deep, Local Options, Distant People, Josh Milan, Christos Fourkis, Bekzin Terris, Joe Claussell, Calypso De Sir, Antonio Ocasio, DJ Gregory, Josh Wink, Ursula Rucker, Louie Vega, and more!!
SFH is now on Instagram! (@sundaysfromharlem)
Dont miss the show each Sunday, exclusively on www.IbizaLiveRadio.comSundays From Harlem on Ibiza Live Radio #174 (Originally aired on Oct 20th, 2019)
October 21, 2019 06:55 PM PDT
The deep house music show from NYC changed things up this week with no talking on the mic about Artist info and ID of the songs. Sometimes I put together a session which flows so effortlessly, that I feel talking over the music interrupts the journey we are taking together. We start with a super chill and a beautifully produced vocal track by Bonetti. From there, the show steadily increases its energy for the next 2hrs. Typically, there are peaks and valleys of energy within my sessions. But, this one doesnt. Its just a steady rise in energy for 2hrs with music from Doug Gomez, South Street Player, Soledrifter, Glenn Underground, Colette and Pete Moss, Heather Johnson, Shawn Christopher, Dj Spen, MKL vs Soy Sos, Heather Johnson, Ursula Rucker, Lesney Deep, and ending with a classic collab between Joe Claussell and Jerome Singingham on Beth Orton's song, "Central Reservation"
Tune in each Sunday to hear the show on www.IbizaLiveRadio.com and 103.7fm. in Ibiza
Sundays From Harlem is a deep house music show that is focused on LISTENERS instead of DANCERS. There's a lot of great house music out there which is full of musicianship which gets overlooked for the louder, more obnoxious music which occupies dance floors on peak night.....Not this show
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