The Feel Sessions by Robert Oleysyck

The Feel Sessions by Robert Oleysyck

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A mix show by legendary Las Vegas DJ, Robert Oleysyck, featuring emotive music, outstanding programming, and dynamic mixing from a variety of progressive, house, and electronica music styles. Greetings, and welcome to The Feel Sessions! I’ve been doing this show on ProtonRadio.com for many years, and am now bringing it to you via Podcast direct from Las Vegas. Depending on how I feel, you might hear Progressive House, Tech House, Electro, Breaks, Indie . . . deep or energetic . . . melodic or moody . . . I’ve always believed that good music is good music, regardless of genre or style. I’ll be uploading brand new mixes, recent mixes, and classics from the archives, so stay tuned! [itunes pic]
In the previous episode, I talked about how progressive house had turned to a darker, somewhat ominous sound in the early 2000’s. Throughout my DJ career, I’ve seen the ebbs and flows of underground music shift through various phases of vibrations, often reacting with an opposite pull to what’s happening in the more mainstream music environments of the time. For this partciular period from around 2001 through 2006… let’s call it the “Delta Heavy” phase, named after Sasha & Digweed’s Delta Heavy Tour. Characterized by moody vibes, dark textures, atonal sounds, trippy effects, narrative style vocals, tribal tones, and driving, heavily percussive rhythms, I honestly loved this period of underground progressive house. You can hear many of these influences in today’s Techno, Progressive House, and Tech House productions. This mix was meant to compliment and contrast the more mainstream appraoch of Carbon 001, which, if you refer back to Episode 79, was intended to be a crossover mix in an attempt to bridge the gap between the mainstream and the underground. One of the tracks that never left my crate during this era, was Pablo Gargano’s “Gangsta” on EVE recordings UK, because it used an infamous sample from the movie, “Goodfellas.” The Feel Sessions is available wherever you get your podcasts, so please subscribe, tell your friends and share the vibes. If you enjoy the show, please consider rating or leaving a review on Apple Podcasts, iTunes, or your podcast app, as it really helps! Thanks. https://tinyurl.com/ybn7778x And, I’d love to hear from you! If you have any suggestions for topics you’d like me to discuss, favorite tracks, or just to say hi, get in touch at thefeelsessions@gmail.com. So, remastered, and slowed down a few notches, here’s Carbon 002. As always, I hope you find some joy and inspiration, and especially now, a sonic escape. Enjoy. Rigby & Oliver – Human, Piece Process – Adrenalin, John Debo – Rising, Mike G – Bellslut, Fatal – Turn of Time, Lexicon Avenue – Why R U Here, Pablo Gargano – Gangsta, Solar Stone – Seven Cities, DKMA – The Rocket, Red Moon – Lucky, Paper Nation – Watersnake, Samaya Painters – Wasteland

Recent Episodes

  • The Feel Sessions: Episode 080: Flashback: Carbon 002 (2002)

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  • The Feel Sessions: Episode 079: Flashback: Carbon 001 Crossover (2002)

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  • The Feel Sessions: Episode 078: Live at Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball

    8 months ago
  • The Feel Sessions: Episode 077: Chris Sterio Interview & Guest Mix

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  • The Feel Sessions: Episode 076: Flashback: The Funky Ezekiel (1995)

    1 year ago
  • The Feel Sessions: Epsiode 075: Celebrating 100,000 Downloads

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  • The Feel Sessions: Episode 074: Something Disco

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  • The Feel Sessions: Episode 073: Underground Vibes

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  • The Feel Sessions: Episode 072: Best of 2018 Part 2

    2 years ago
  • The Feel Sessions: Episode 071: Best of 2018 Part 1

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