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Grounded 064 with Conor Walsh
Joining the Grounded mix series this week is 21 year old Conor Walsh from Kildare, Ireland. Conor started mixing 2 years ago and during lockdown has found his groove within the minimal sound. Read our Q&A below to hear about his music inspiration, lockdown survival tips and more.
"Music, movement and breath are what brings us closer to who we really are and connects us to our inner self, gaining control over our emotions, reactions and ultimately, our lives."
- Yogi P
I've selected some deep and groovy house tracks that are made for the dancefloor along with some minimal house too.
What DJs have inspired your sound?
Djoko, Chris Stussy, Toman and Rossi.
What's your favourite part of the mix?
09.50 minute Oden and Fatzo, Wlad "Moulin Rouge" this is the groovy type of sound that gets me moving.
How has the pandemic affected you?
From a music point of view the pandemic has been positive for me. I've had more time to explore new sounds and dive deeper into Djing.
Has your style of music/sound changed during lockdown?
I think my sound is evolving all the time. During lockdown is spent a lot of time listening to new tracks and discovering new deep house and minimal artists. Every day I find something new and interesting to add to my collection.
What do you think clubbing will look like in 2021?
It is looking hopeful that we will be back on dancefloors before the end of 2021 and with that in mind I think when clubbing returns there will be positive vibe on dancefloors with a huge amount of new music to be listened to.
What’s your top tip for surviving lockdown?
My top tip for surviving lockdown is to keep active. It's soo easy in these times to become lazy and unproductive. Keep yourself busy and take it one day at a time.
Do you have any 2021 goals you are happy to share?
My top tip for surviving lockdown is to keep active. It's so easy in these times to become lazy and unproductive. Keep yourself busy and take it one day at a time.