Guest Mix 004: Deeflash Live from the Platinum Lounge
Published on: December 2014
The Guest Mix is back. We’ll be adding more sets from MK837 artists throughout 2015, so get ready for some great underground music from some of MK837’s finest. First up though is Deeflash with a set recently recorded at the Platinum Lounge in Poughkeepsie, NY.
- Muzzaik – Going Underground – Original Mix [Stealth Records]
- Kyle Geiger – Scream Feat. Stefanie Jansen (Original Mix) [Cubera Records]
- Deeflash – This Is Underground (Original Mix) [Deeplife Records]
- Mr. Bizz – Kuga (Original Mix) [Terminal M]
- Steve Huerta – Do Good To Me (Original Mix) [petFood]
- Candi Staton – Whadda You Want? (Space Coast Vocal Remix) [Hooj Choons]
- Reiche & Richards – Crazed (Original Mix) [Uncovered]
- Kye Kye – Seasons (Reiche Remix) [Unreleased]
- Sabb – Feelings (Original Mix) [Saved Records]
- Stefano Kosa & Stiv Hey – Boys Make Noise (Kenny Ground Remix) [Southpark Records]
- Deeflash & Teckaiser – Exagerada (NinetySixNinety Remix) [HiLife Records]
- Deeflash – This Is Underground (AJ Mora 6AM Mix) [Deeplife Records]
- Superlounge, Alex Niggemann – Play House! – Original Mix [BlaBla]
- Franck Roger – Who Knows The Truth (Original Mix) [Real Tone Records]
Chris “deeflash” Reiche produces his own flavor of tech house, breaks, and progressive house, he has released on labels such as Deeplife Records, MK837, and Uncovered. Chris founded MK837 with his buddies Dave Richards and Kevin Oneel. The goal was simple: create a label that honored the label/artist relationship and focused on respecting the artists and building artists up.
In 2012, Chris released a full length album titled “Sunday Panic” that showcased his talents for creating deep electronic music that still has a place on the dance floor. He then worked with Dave Richards on their J&M project and they released a full length album titled “Masks”, a nine track journey through dark and gritty indie progressive tech house on a classic tip.
Deeflash can be found monthly on Mixify broadcasting his “Live And Whatevz” show, a monthly live event featuring some of the best tech house, techno and deep house on the market today. Recordings of past his past events can be found on YouTube along with Chris’ video tutorials and other live performances.