Free Download From Danny Krivit And Ron Trent

Looking for a fun, happy, deep house mix? This mix will make your workout feel like you're dancing at the nightclub. This sexy mid-intensity mix from Danny Krivit and Ron Trent will make your workout feel joyous. This mix takes us deep into the heart of house and has a feel good uplifting vibe, perfect for putting a smile on your face no matter how hard that last rep feels. As if that's not good enough, this mix is available for a free download. Be sure to grab it while you can. It's sure to be a great addition to your workout soundtrack library. Rise up! 

Ron Trent 

Chicago resident Ron Trent became a DJ in his early teens in the mid eighties, releasing his first record ‘Altered States’ in 1990 to much acclaim.

In the early nineties, Trent collaborated with house/R&B team Hula & Fingers, producers for Jive records, before going on to set up Prescription Records together with Chez Damier. Together with its sister label Balance, Presciption is widely regarded as one of the most influential deep house imprints, introducing the likes of Anthony Nicholson, Abacus, Moody Man, Norma Jean Bell, Joshua, Peven Everett, Rob Mello, and Luke Solomon to the world.

Trent moved to NYC in 1997, quickly gaining respect as a DJ/producer with dates at Body and Soul, Shelter and hosting his own events at the legendary night club Vinyl in downtown Manhattan. In 2000, Trent started his residency with Giant Step at Shine, one of the most top rated nights in NYC. He also produced in-house on the Giant Step/Sony label, cutting records with Amel Larrieux, Jody Watley, Anastacia, Donnie, Carl Hancock Rux, Lina to name a few.

Ron Trent DJ compilations include ‘Giant Step Sessions’ [Giant Step], ‘Musical Reflections [R2 BBE], ‘Afro Blues’ [Kings Street], Deep&Sexy 2 [Wave Music] and Abstract Afro Journey [King Street].

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Danny Krivit

By 1970 Danny was already a vinyl junkie & an amateur DJ, But DJ'ing as a profession wasn't realized until 1971, after another neighbor/friend of Danny's (Vice President of Polydor Records) introduced Danny to one of his artists - none other than the legendary James Brown, who gave Danny white-label promo copies of his "Get on the Good foot" and "Think" by Lynn Collins.

Growing up in Greenwich Village, New York City, in the 1960s, Danny was surrounded by music. His mother was an accomplished jazz singer and his father was the manager of legendary jazz trumpeter Chet Baker before going on to open up "The Ninth Circle", a Village hot spot, where Danny worked as a boy. It was here that Danny met some of the most influential people in the music scene; Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Charlie Mingus, John Lennon & Yoko Ono amongst others. His home was also a hotbed of musical inspiration, with The Mothers of Invention living down the hall, and Sid Bernstein (Manager of The Rascals) living upstairs, regularly popping down to the Krivit household to practice their future hits on the piano. At school, a close friend and classmate was the son of Creed Taylor, the production genius behind many artists who recorded on the VERVE, C.T.I. and KUDA labels, and another close friend was the legendary soul guru Nile Rogers.

By 1970 Danny was already a vinyl junkie & an amateur DJ, But DJ'ing as a profession wasn't realized until 1971, after another neighbor/friend of Danny's (Vice President of Polydor Records) introduced Danny to one of his artists - none other than the legendary James Brown, who gave Danny white-label promo copies of his "Get on the Good foot" and "Think" by Lynn Collins. Soon after, Danny started Djing at "The Ninth Circle" which by now had been transformed into a disco. In 1975, Danny's father opened his second club, "Ones", Danny was their sole DJ through 1977. Danny's sets were a big success and from this he started promoting and Djing at his own after-hours club down the street. At this stage, Danny was becoming part of the underground scene, club-hopped a lot, meeting some of the greatest DJ names of the time. These included Nicky Siano (of the Gallery), Walter Gibbons (of Galaxy 21), Tee Scott (of Better Days) ,David Rodriguez (of The Limelight), Richie Kaczar (Club Hollywood), and Bobby DJ (of Le Jardin) amongst others. Although all outstanding names, one DJ and club stood out amongst the rest: DJ David Mancuso and The Loft.