(BTW, I was going for funky on that mix)
I hear yah... though I am not into it (and I honestly don't even know what genre it falls into) but my an acquaintance has a ton of that Digweed-ish (I think?) stuff - 11' tracks with no real peak or drop, I was putting down 6' mixes with that stuff... though, he only had two decks, but it seemed fun to layer - perhaps out of control with 3?In general i find minimal and deep house are the ones that lend themselves best to multi-layering. What Laidback Luke does in the video is too much for me, its like a spergfest of sounds and melodies which works if you just wanna go all out nuts (Kissy Sell Out i just cant handle sober).
My friend ran into Kissy Sell Out on Venice Beach and was interviewed for some DJ show.
My favorite part of watching Farina or Heather is when they layer just two tracks that play off each other. It's awesome.I am not speaking from a DJs point of view but a dancers, when im into it i like to find a specific melody or drum line and just ride it for bit. When there is a lot of shit going on i feel like i need to start dumping vodka on myself and start stripping (usually doesnt end well).