Hailing from San Diego, CA, Brookside Chase (AKA Chris Simmons) is a relatively new figure on the house music scene but he's already making big waves. He's up to the 38th episode (and counting) of his We Are House Music mix show and his Eternally EP has just been released by Plenitude Records. His sound is right up our alley – warm, deep, and topped with groovy soul vibes – so we asked for a DJ mix. Brookside Chase delivered with this fantastic hour long session that should send you shuffling and swinging no matter where you are. Have a listen:
- Brookside Chase - Call Me On The Weekend
- Jazzuelle feat. Lazarusman - Forget Me (Fred Everything Devil in the Dub)
- Fred Everything feat. Jinadu - Searching (Atjazz Mix)
- Charles Caliber - Moving On w/ Sybil - Don't Give Up (Brookside Edit)
- SEL - Elevation (DJ Spen & Michele Chiavarini Long Version Vocal Mix)
- Leanbacker - Save My Soul (Ross Couch House Edit)
- BKT feat. Mike City - Save Your Love
- Brookside Chase - Prove My Love To You
- Jazz-n-Groove feat. Je'Taime - Don't Wait (95 North Vocal Mix)
- Sergio D'Angelo & Aldo Bergamasco feat. Polina Griffith - Body (OtherSoul Extended Mix)
- Pauline Henry - Heaven (DJ Spen & Reelsoul Extended Mix)
- Rhemi feat. Hanlei - I Can't Wait
- Spencer Morales feat. Randy Roberts - Without Your Love (Sean McCabe Classic Mix)
Brookside Chase: "For this mix, I decided to bring the flavor of my mix show We Are House Music to the mix. We Are House Music always highlights bumping deep and soulful house music from today and years past. This mix features a lot of great, uplifting house music with vocals, as can be expected on the We Are House Music show. The aim with this mix is to provide danceable house music with a bumping soulful vibe. The mix starts out with my new track 'Call Me On The Weekend' which beautifully sets the tone of the mix with its lush, deep vocal vibe. From there, the mix proceeds to yield the wonderful, soulful sounds of underground house music. It's hard to single out particular songs because I love them all, but the Atjazz remix of 'Searching' by Fred Everything & Jinadu and the Brookside edit/mashup of Charles Caliber's 'Moving On' and Sybil's 'Don't Give Up' were big tracks on We Are House Music last year."
If you like this mix then be sure to check out the We Are House Music show, available HERE on Mixcloud.
Brookside Chase's new Eternally EP, which includes the track "Call Me On The Weekend", is out now on Plenitude Records.