Two Friends

Big Bootie Mix, Vol. 18 Two Friends Mixes

Big Bootie Mix, Vol. 18.
  1. Big Bootie Mix, Vol. 18
  2. Friendly Sessions, Ep. 60
  3. Friendly Sessions, Ep. 59
  4. Big Bootie Mix, Vol. 17
  5. Big Bootie Mix, Vol. 16

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Two Friends Mixes At Podcast Republic (Link provided in case the Podcast Republic player doesn’t appear above and to provide access to all of this podcasts episodes at Podcast Republic)

So it is what it is. Two Friends DJ duo gets the honor of being the first podcast featured at DDAVIDD.com this Monday morning, September 21st, 2020.

I just discovered this podcast this morning around midnight after thinking to myself, “I should go find a podcast to feature on my website.”, something I’ve been thinking about doing for awhile.

So a little background info about Two Friends for those who know nothing about them, like I don’t at the time of posting this blog post:

Two Friends is an American DJ/producer duo made up of Eli Sones and Matthew Halper. The Los Angeles-based duo gained popularity for their remixes, original discography, and hour-long โ€˜Big Bootieโ€™ mixes. They have most notably remixed classics such as Blink 182โ€™s โ€˜I Miss Youโ€™ and The Killers’ โ€˜Mr. Brightside,โ€™ with official remixes for Lana Del Rey, Tove Lo, The Chainsmokers, Tori Kelly, Vicetone and Echosmith as well. You can get more info about Two Friends at Wikipedia, Google, and their Official Website.

I admit it was their intro conversation in Episode 59 of their podcast that made me laugh and decide to feature them. They’re extremely lucky to have the first spotlight in my Podcast Spotlights blog segment, since Armin Van Buuren’s ASOT (A State Of Trance) has been pretty much the only music podcast I’ve listened to regularly since around 2017 or so.

Enjoy the podcast. The player above will automatically update the Two Friends Mixes Podcast when a new episode is uploaded.

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My Top 4 Music Genres According To Spotify

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It’s Monday night, August 24th, 2020 at 11:39 PM CST, as I begin to write this. I was just sitting at my desk in my home office browsing Spotify to find some new music to listen to. As I clicked over to the search page on Spotify, I noticed at the top of the page, it showed that my top genres are Dance / Electronic, Rock, Pop, and Country, all in that order. It is small pieces of information like that which makes me enjoy using the Spotify service so much, and seeing those genres listed in that order is an accurate depiction of my music listening habits over the last 5 years or more. My listening habits have shifted more into EDM and trance music more than anything these days.

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