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Bassment Sessions February 14: Deep Therapy, Dj kama and an interview with Danny Daze

By SpinnZinn posted Feb 14, 2013 at 06:15 PM

We have a full show lined up for you tonight! Tune in 9pm for your fix of #qualitytechno, and to find out whats going on this weekend in Miami's techno scene

Deep Therapy


We are more than music, we are a message. A message that speaks between the lines music, dj’n and dancefloors. We are your reason to leave the house to party, hear your favorite song at full volume and feel your most important feelings.
Deep Therapy aka Jay Lara and Dan Polimeni are your guides to release your stress and celebrate life through your own dance, that is LIFE. Tap into our energy, relax, be naughty or nice…and listen.
Based out of South Florida (Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach) The duo began hosting and Dj’n their own college radio shows. Modern House Sessions and ::Therapy Sessions:: Since the two joined aritistically in track selection and mixing. The result has been breathtaking. Constantly achieving new heights of dancefloor energy and pushing the boundries of convention Deep Therapy is recognized as one of South Florida’s essential DJ’s.
Dj Kama
Kama is the result of a musician spending years behind the decks. With the dance floor as his home, Marco Caminati has made a name throughout Italy by playing alongside house legends from around the world. After mastering the turntables, Marco has been reborn in the studio as KAMA, his product: crucial tracks of next-level deep house, chill out, and techno. A digital turntable master, his sets are often consisting of four decks creating simultaneous harmony.
Influenced by masters such as Steve Lawler, David Morales, and warehouse deity John Digweed, KAMA’s expert vision has been learned from true creators of four to the floor. Playing on some of the biggest stages in Italy, the scene was build by KAMA and now will reap the benefits of tunes of his own. The Mediterranean winds blow Balearic and African vibes into and classical harmony with new-age bass.
With support already pledged from the biggest international producers his tunes are in clubs worldwide. Kama’s newest tracks have been heard in the sets of Dubfire, James Zabiela, Markus Schulz, Booka Shade, Luca Agnelli, and Gabry Ponte. You are sure to soon see KAMA in a booth near you. Look for his upcoming releases in digital and vinyl form.

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