Music for the Modern Soul, New Weekly House Music Show on DanceGruv Internet Radio

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Back in November we highlighted hardworking local DJ duo thenextgeneration, who you can see spinning regularly at several spots around the Beach, like Sushi Samba, Beer & Burger Joint and Hakkasan at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mikkel Dankner a.k.a. Soulscience is one half of the duo and an accomplished producer whose releases include a remix of "Change For Me" by Eric Roberson and Osunlade on the esteemed Yoruba label, plus "Hypnotize You" (featuring Dennis Baker), an original on Lars Behrenroth's Deeper Shades Recordings. Soulscience is now the host of new internet radio show "Music for the Modern Soul" every Monday night on DanceGruv Internet Radio. This weekly 3-hour show will specialize in classic soulful deep house with a good measure of Afro-Latin beats and will feature international and local guest DJs. Tune in for the show's premier tonight from 9 p.m. to midnight.

Click here to tune in to "Music for the Modern Soul".

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