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About Groovelectric
Groovelectric is a popular series of dance-music mixes created and produced by DJ and author Steve Boyett. Groovelectric debuted in February 2006, and was an immediate Top 10 on iTunes. It has been on iTunes' Music Top 200 for over ten years.

The series' trademark sound is something Boyett calls "New Old Funk" — modern electronic dance music with a classic funk sound. Over the years, Groovelectric's range has expanded to include Progressive House (emphasizing a classic, late-90s sound), Breakbeat, Tech House, Glitch Hop, Liquid Drum & Bass, and more styles. Themed mixes have featured Gospel House, Swing House, slam poetry over tribal percussive beats, and the popular "drone" mixes.

All Groovelectric mixes are standard MP3 files, and can be played or downloaded from the Groovelectric website, as well as on iTunes, Google Play, iHeartRadio, Mixcloud, and most apps for playing and subscribing to podcasts.
About Steve Boyett
Steven R Boyett is a writer and DJ in the San Francisco Bay area. His first  novel, Ariel, was written when he was 19, and is widely regarded as a cult classic. Other novels include The Architect of Sleep, Elegy Beach, Mortality Bridge, and the forthcoming Fata Morgana. He has also published short stories, comic books, and essays. In 1995 he wrote the second draft of Toy Story 2 for Pixar.

As a DJ, he has played clubs and conventions in major cities and at Burning Man. In 2006 he created the popular podcasts Podrunner and Groovelectric. Podrunner, a hugely popular series of workout-music mixes, was an iTunes' Best New Podcast when it debuted in 2006, and won iTunes' People's Choice Award for four consecutive years (2007-2010). The series has been an iTunes Top 100 in its field for over ten years.

Steve also has been a professional martial arts instructor, writing teacher, advertising copywriter, proofreader, website editor, chapbook publisher, paper marbler, and electronic dance music composer.
Music copyright (c) the respective artists. All other material (c) 2017 by Steven R. Boyett. All rights reserved. For personal use only. Any unauthorized copying, editing, exhibition, sale, rental, exchange, public performance, or broadcast of this audio is strictly prohibited.
     
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