New York City underground legend, Selective Music’s own Mike Negron has been turning the house scene on its ear since the 1990’s with his thrilling signature private sets and secret afterhours parties, wildly popular in the New York underground and which he has recently brought to the Bay Area. While Mike enjoys a rich solo career as a producer and deejay, he has also developed spectacular chemistry with rising Tech/Prog masters Human Traffik (Selective Music), and often delights crowds by playing together with Human Traffik. The trio has several collaborations that will soon be available for purchase. In this iTunes Podcast Series, Mike is excited to bring to his fans and electronic enthusiasts the very finest in underground House, Techno, and Progressive, laid out with the unique and personal touch that has made Mike a marvel in the scene, and which has begged many to ask the question, “are your sets always this intense?” Mike’s commitment to bringing us mind blowing sets and the hottest brand of EDM anywhere has manifest itself in a way that is sure to amp loyal and new fans alike--The New York’s Finest Underground (NYFU) Weekly Podcast Series--which is now the destination for anyone who thirsts for real house music. Mike Negron, highly sought over the years by established and rising artists alike for remixes, as well as by house junkies desperate for their fix, has enthralled venues such as the legendary Sound Factory, Tunnel, Twilo, Crobar, Exit II, Discotheque, Show, Centro-Fly, Love, Spirit, and China Club in New York, Miami’s Club NV, Nikki Beach, and The Beach, Puerto Rico’s Asylum, Club Egypt, and Eros, and for very lucky crowds in The Hampton’s and on Fire Island. Mike has been compelling party revelers to get up and dance whenever he hits the decks going on three decades, making NYFU a must subscribe and listen, the jewel of our podcast collections, and what is sure to be an instant favorite to play at your parties for friends and guests. While Mike is determined to bring you the best in beats each week, all you have to do is subscribe to “New York’s Finest Underground”, then press play, and turn it up.
By Chris Letendre