The Sparks of Life – Episode 4

Hey everyone!

After so much trouble to find the right tracks, I’ve finally come up with the right arrangement for the new episode of Sparks of Life. I’ve been preparing this mix for about 3 months now, but I was missing certain key tracks to call it final.

As far as broadcasting these on or any other radio stations, it is something out of my plans. I may still send my mixes to DI but I’m not expecting them to pick them up, I’m entirely going to have fun doing my own thing for the time being.



The universe has a nice way to come around for irony.

A week after I posted this mix (the original is found here), I ended up finishing a second mix, which I initially called Episode 6 of the Irrational Sessions line. Perhaps not surprisingly, the mix got accepted for rotation on, which is quite funny considering this wasn’t such a polished mix (or so I thought) as the original TSOL004 was.

Anyhow … I won’t fill you up with my never-ending rhetoric (cause then I truly can’t stop), just know that I interchanged the mixes, due to how they’ve developed to be (a consequence of my extreme lack of organization). The mix found here is the one currently being broadcasted on Digitally Imported, the name change was to keep uniformity of my mixes that are being broadcasted. Here’s the tracklist:

01. Mad Eye – Sorrow (Mango presents Shoreliners Remix)
02. Protoculture feat. Shannon Hurley – Sun gone down (Original Mix)
03. Pushout – For You (Ilya Soloviev Progressive Mix)
04. Henrik Christensen – New Life (Original Mix)
05. Activa feat. Will Atkinson – Access (Original Mix)
06. Thr3shold and the Visitors – Sektor V (Original Mix – liam K’s NO GUITARS edit)
07. Daniel Kandi – Promised (Original Emotional Mix)
08. Arisen Flame – More Than a Feeling (Uplifting Mix)
09. Gary Proud – As One (Original Mix)
10. Impulsive Drive – Blue Skies (Bjorn Akesson Remix)
11. Aly & Fila – Rising Sun (Bjorn Akesson Remix)

If you have access to the’s forums, if you may, please rate my mix, even if you dislike it. I appreciate every single critique I receive, no matter how harsh they are as it helps me be a better DJ.


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