Sunday, August 2, 2009

DJ Leony: House In His Home

You would think that The Groove would be the place to hear some techno but unfortunately it remains mostly a Top 40 club. But if you're out at CityWalk and want a dose of the good stuff, the place to go is Latin Quarter. You never know when it's going to happen or how often it's going to happen or how long it's going to last, but eventually DJ Leony will go into his "House Set" and then the place goes crazy!

Early this morning around 12:45am Leony began a set that must have lasted at least a half hour. The A/C system was doing a poor job and it was really muggy. The dance floor was absolutely packed but I didn't see anyone leave it. The set was punctuated by DJ David Guetta's When Love Takes Over (feat. former Destiny's Child Kelly Rowland). WOW. Leony mentioned that he played even more house music on Friday night which I missed. Unfortunately the House Set ended way too soon and it was back to the core Latin music.

You can hear an awseome DJ Leony progressive house/techno set every Friday night at midnight ET on BPM on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio. At Latin Quarter, he's in the mix every Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. On Tuesday you'll find him at Tabu downtown. I hope to report on that later this month.


Anonymous said...

I heard DJ Leony on siruis and well I think Orlando should be ashamed to have him to represent us here in Orlando! siruis took DJ Icey off for him YUCK! big time

Anonymous said...

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Sat 1 am ET
Replays Sun 2 pm, Mon 6 pm and Weds 8 pm ET
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