Are Saturday nights meant for darkness or are the meant to help us get odd,. odd, odd? Why not both?
This is a Journey Into Sound with DJ Tantari. Tonight's Journey is - Dark Mode 2. I don't live in darkness. Darkness lives in me. Most people have no idea how beautiful the darkness is.
Featuring music by Elektranaut. ...
This mix is dark and dancy, full of deep, sexy bass.
DJ Tantari brought some of her fans into the set, some whom were less than prepared for this kind of experience, "Oh Em Gee! My eyes! What's going on here?!" "Just remember the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," the blue vixen told him, "DON'T PANIC." "I'm not panicking. I'm not panicking AT ALL! *heavy breathing* Kidding aside this place is trippy. I feel like I'm in a Deee-Lite music video."
Tantari would play a number of tunes in her "Darkness" set, such as Depeche Mode, Gary Neuman, and Pink Floyd, "Any Pink Floyd fans? This next track is for you." "Huge Pink Floyd fan," the magician host answered. "Maybe this will tickle your brain in a good way." And Tantari began playing, "Shine On The Dark Side of The Moon" by Neptune Project, "Isn't this an awesome mashup?"
Eventually, the set ended, "Do not be dismayed by the brokenness of the world. All things break. All things can be mended. Not with time, as they say, but with intention. So go love intentionally, extravigantly, unconditionally. The broken world waits in darkness for the light that is you."