Bye bye London…
Coming to London in 2006 to study English I left behind my family, friends and a Logistic Analyst career.
Its been 5 years and a half and London for me was kind of a live University, where I have learned so much. I learned how to make cocktails, I learned how to make coffees, I learned how to really cook, I learned how to DJ and the most important I learned the different cultures and kinds of people and learned how to understand and respect this differences.
None of these things I learned alone, and yes with a lot of people that I met over here.
I will try to remember everyone but the first person I would like to say thank you, is to Jean my first friend in London, who helped me a lot in my first week here, showed me everything you need to start your life in London.
The second person I would like to thank you is to my uncle Samuel, this guy helped me with finding a lot of jobs, even most of them didn’t work well, but he helped, he also helped me with the languange and places in London.
The third thank you I would like to give, is to two guys that they are not even here any more but I’ve to remember them, they are Leonardo and Alessandro two big friends.
This person gave a lot of headache the first time we met, but I’ve to say he helped me a lot as well in the end, and we end up friends, he’s name is Jorge o Jubeta.
Two people here Weber and Polly, these two brother and sister. I would say they were like a family to me. People that I could share not just a house but part of my life. Eternally grateful!!!
This person I’m about to talk wasn’t just a friend but was my master DJ Eddie Santos, showed me all the technics to DJ and did everything possible to put me in the line to start to play and he did, because I’ve to say I really enjoyed all the places I played as DJ. So thank you Eddie.
Another one I have to say thank you is to Luis Lopes, first of all was just my manager and we became very good friends and we are friends until now.
This one was little of trouble, I think I could write a book just about him. We fight, we laugh and in the end of the day we learned how to understand each other, with all respect I say thank to you Amari Karim with all the indifferences you’re my big mate.
I would like to say thank you also to Lee Alaba a very friendly guy (special with the girls), a mate that not just helped me, but also had a lot of fun together.
Of course a rude thank you to all the managers and places I worked for. It was a great experience.
Well if I couldn’t remember your name it doesn’t mean I don’t want to say thank you to you, it’s not true, it’s just because the list is so big and I could spend another 5 years and a half writing to everyone.
If you’re reading this write now its means that you deserve this thank you as well. Even if you’re someone I didn’t get to be a really friend, but I’m sure I also learned with you, specially how to think about myself and understand that I’m not correct every time.
Well yes London was great and fun, but it is time to go and to blaze a new life. I will miss this place for sure, but I also will be very happy when I remember the good times.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Hope everyone is ok, as the summer is coming I decided to make a different DJ Mix this time.
I usually play house or minimal in my podcasts but this time I’m playing some Dance Pop Music. I know some of my followers don’t like this kind of music, but a lot of them do like it.
So as I always try to satisfy everyone here you go “The BBQ Mix”. I decided on this name, because I guess it is the kind of music everyone likes to listen when they are having a BBQ with their friends. Well you can listen in the shower as well if you want :-)
To download this podcast please visit the link.: www.soundcloud.com/juliancor
Hope you enjoy. Thank you!!!
This is my new track Floating Feet - Original Mix, this track I made based in a SonicAcademy class.
Hard Dance is not my favourite style but I got inspired by a friend of my that lives in Brazil and he likes Hard Dance style. He asked me if I could make a track for him, his name is Max Castelo Branco.
So here we go Max and friends, hope everyone enjoy my new track Floating Feet - Original Mix.
I’m back and this is my new Act House Podcast #09 and this time I’m playing Soulful House. I made a nice selection of 10 tracks.
I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to everyone that came to my gigs last month at Sanderson Hotel in London and also to all friends that download and listen to my Podcast.
1-) Sao Salvador UPZ soWhat Remix (Mustafa)
2-) Touched By Heaven UPZ Phunky Mix (UPZ feat. Shefatyah)
3-) Save Me Original Church Mix (AphroDisiax feat. Nicole Mitchell)
4-) My House Beaten Soul Nu Disco Original Mix (Donald Sheffey)
5-) Angels Original Mix (PepeSoup feat. Mijan Owens)
6-) You Feel Brand New The Groove Technicians Deep Mix (DJ Marcuis feat. Rachel Mcdonald and Biblical Jones)
7-) Prayer 4 Me Original Mix (UPZ feat. Tony G)
8-) My Love For My Club Love Remix (Kluster feat. Ron Carroll)
9-) Gabrielle (The Remixes) Matt Jam Lamont & Scott Diaz Classic Vocal Remix (EMKYU feat. D.D.B)
10-) Viva La Diva Submission DJ & the Dapper Remix (Hanna Hais)
Hope you enjoy this Podcast and if you like too, the Act House Podcast #09 is available to download at http://soundcloud.com/juliancor
As promised here is my new Act House Podcast #08. This is the first Podcast of 2012 and is a really good one, in Minimal style, this Podcast has 8 tracks which are listed below.
1-) El Pajiro - Original Mix
2-) Move - Original Mix
3-) Tibet - Davide Dalli Cardillo (Mr Wise Remix)
4-) Gold Bunny - Toolman (Original Mix)
5-) Animals - Paul Cooper, Daley Padley (Manuel De La Mare Remix)
6-) Urbansound - London Fm (Original Mix)
7-) French Factory - Mateo Carino (Alex Young Remix)
8-) Plaster - Marco Carola (Original Mix)
The Act House Podcast #08 is available to download at http://soundcloud.com/juliancor if you like. Hope you enjoy this Podcast.
Just before finishing this edition I would like to say thank you to everyone that also listened to my track “What To Say” it was a real success.
My new track “What To Say - Original Mix by JulianCor”
A New Year is starting and to start well I just finished my new track “What To Say”. I been studying Ableton Live and this track was made with Lite version of Ableton, so I couldn’t use all the tools.
I felt that I could done more if I had the full version, but I hope you enjoy the track anyway, its a Minimal style so be patient :-P
Also soon I will be doing my new podcast #08. Don’t forget to leave your comments about the track. It’s very important to receive your feedback.
This is the last day of the year and I’m here to say thank you to all my friends and people that helped me throughout the year. It has been an amazing year for me and my DJ career.
I’ve played in great places and met nice people. Also this year I started my Producer life, learned a lot of new things.
I wish everyone a Happy New Year in 2012 and hope all of you can realise your dreams and desires.
This is my new Act House Podcast #07. This time I made a really nice House mix and is the first time I use my voice. Hope it is not to weird to listen my voice.
Hope you enjoy it!!!
Hello Party People,
Here I’m, back for my next Blog, as I said I will be talking about my Gigs, and yesterday Friday the 25th of November I was at Sanderson Long Bar in London.
The night started really good, when I arrived a few people were in the bar already having their drinks and chatting with each other. I started playing some Soulfoul House music just to start warming up the guests and giving some good vibe also for the people who were enjoying their meal at the restaurant (Suka) next to the bar.
People started to shake and dance slowly, while more party people were coming and the night was getting busy. Smoothly I starting to bring some House music and the dance floor was getting busy, as did the bartenders at the bar. During the peak of the night I played some Tech house music, the atmosphere was good and everyone was enjoying themselves.
I would like to thank everyone that came to me to say that the music was good. I have a few photos from the night that were taken by my friend Paul from Imago2 London Photographic Studio - www.imago2.co.uk
If you would like to be part of the JulianCor’s Gigs keep in touch following julianCor on Facebook or Twitter.
Here are the photos from the night.: