Wed, 31 July 2013
Rod B. & Mareis bring you the Miami Sessions @ Miami Underground Movement
In late 2007, when Tara Danielle Brooks put her first needle on a record, she had neither idea nor expectation that her passion for music would soon become her life-long career. She learned on vinyl using her natural ear for music. Through this route, she escaped into the sounds that helped her discover a new meaning to life. Experiencing magical nights at parties & festivals in Southern California, Tara discovered the power to be moved & touched by electronic dance music, causing pure enlightenment. She’s a self-taught deejay who found her destiny: To express creativity through music.
Tara's passion turned into an addiction, landing her gigs from all over So Cal, Las Vegas, Miami, New York, internationally, & more. Opening & closing for many of the biggest djs in the world, including Plastikman, Green Velvet, James Zabiela, Victor Calderone, Eric Prydz, Erick Morillo, Joseph Capriati, The Martinez Brothers, Sander Van Doorn etc. She plays for Insomniac, The Bpm festival, Wmc Space Miami, Drais LV, Marquee Day Club, & played 4 events during her first experience at Burning Man. She says "It was the most magical, phenomenal, twisted experience of my life, & i've never felt an energy so beautiful before."
Her heart lies in techno, tech house, deep house, & older progressive, open minded & moved by a more underground sound & feeling. Influences include John Digweed, Victor Calderone, Lee Burridge, Joseph Capriati, Richie Hawtin, Art Department, Guy Gerber, Nicole Moudabour, Gaiser, Dixon, Hernan Cattaneo, & Audiofly. Known for powerful drops, driving rolling baselines, beautiful emotional melodies, & techno with a sexy but dark groove, she focuses on sounds that have the ability to touch her crowd.
Dedicated & addicted to production, she hopes to move you with her sounds, taking you on a unique & special journey, touching u so deeply.
Direct download: Miami_Sessions_with_Tara_Brooks_1.mp3
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