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After a few weeks off, I am back with the latest edition the Dailey Blend Podcast. I have been thinking that moving forward I should make the Dailey Blend Podcast a bit more open format with Sunday Sessions reserved for more tech-house and deep house.  Let me know your thoughts and enjoy the mix. This mix and previous mixes are available on iTunes and MixCloud. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast...

I know I have been promissing more and more BASS, but the truth is, I really haven't been listening to or exploring any music that features that crazy festival drop, that ear pearsing basslines, and synth lines that seem to never end. Rather, I went a much more in your face tech-house sound that I feels is really where my sound is these days in terms of what I would...

In a recurring fashion, I went dark again with this mix. Based on feedback from friends, next mix will have some of that bass and drops. I hope you enjoy. This mix and previous mixes are available on iTunes and MixCloud. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast on and have all podcasts automatically downloaded via Apple’s Podcast App or my personal Favorite the Overcast Podcast App. By subscribing each mix can will be...

While it has been a few months since I posted a mix, I have to say that this is one of the best mixes I have made in years. From song selection, to flow, to technical ins-and-outs. To me this is where I am taking my sounds, this is what I want to make more of. Unfortunately, the track-list was lost when I upgrade from Live-7 to Live-9 last week, sorry...

I must admit, it feels pretty damn good to be mixing my first Dailey Blend podcast for the new website. After over four years of showcasing other peoples content and not focusing on my own stuff, I just felt stale and uninspired. Since the change, everything feels fresh again, I feel like I have found my sound and  loving mixing music again. I wish I could tell you all the mixes would sound...

The Dailey Blend is a weekly podcast from Atlanta based DJ Reed Dailey. Each week the mix showcases the latest in house and progressive. You can download this mix via Reeddailey.com or TheDaileyBlend.com or you can subscribe to the podcast via itunes and each mix will automatically be downloaded to your itunes. Subscribe to itunes podcast for automatic download here. While I normally mix my weekly show in Ableton, I might start to mix it in Serato or...