Transform DJs – I See You Moving feat Lorna

Transform DJs have released the feel good summer jam I See You Moving.

Featuring catchy vocals from Lorna, and a nice Anthemic Electro vibe, it captures the feel of a live show, and is a great Electronic Worship track that puts a smile on your face.

Best of all it’s a FREE download from their website, so you can grab it right now!

If you like the original, than you may be interested to know that Deeplife Records has released a number of remixes you can purchase that range from Electro House to Breaks to Minimal.  They are available on Beatport, I-Tunes, JunoDownload, and TraxSource.

  • Original Mix
  • Science Drop’s Breaks Remix
  • Fusion Six Remix
  • DJ Epiphany Remix
  • Audicid Remix
  • Shelby Callaway Remix
  • DJ Steve Wade Remix

You can grab the free download of the Original Mix at

You can preview and pick up all the remixes at Beatport.


The Trance Chapel Podcast

the-trance-chapelThis is a mix I did on the radio show back in 2004.

It is pretty old, but people still seem to really like this one due to the track selection.

Coretex has some gorgeous stuff, Slyder is a fan favorite, the God of Wonders Remix is a cool novelty, and the Evanescence Remix is an outstanding piece of Trance!

I pulled out the recording and edited it down a bit, mainly to cut my talking out for a more blissful experience.

I hope you enjoy it and feedback is welcome, both positive and negative.

Mike Rittenhouse – DJ Intro

Slyder – Coming back

Coretex – Lay Your Wings Around Me (Tastyfresh Mix)

Coretex – Shooting Star (12″ Version)

Coretex – Incarnation (12″ Version)

Ex-cito – God of Wonders

Evanescence – Hello (Trifactor Vs Gabriel & Dresden Remix)

Darude – Serendipity

Oakenfold – Dread Rock

Prophetica – One Thousand Times

Dancechapel goes exclusively Podcast

After 18 years of doing The Dance Chapel on 89.7 FM WOCR, I’m ready to try something a little different.

First off I’d like to make it clear that this is just a selfish decision on my part, and not prompted by WOCR at all.

They are very supportive of The Dance Chapel and I have an open invitation to come back anytime!  I’ve loved working there and will miss it :-)

I just have a variety of reasons why it’s challenging for me to do on Friday nights.  I miss spending time with my family, and I don’t find driving a long distance through blizzards at this time of year appealing.  My day job at a TV station can be really crazy on Fridays and make it very challenging and stressful to make it to the radio show on time.

There’s a whole list of pros and cons, but I’ve been thinking about it for quite some time and have finally made a decision that I think is the best for me.

I’ve been doing this for a little while and I feel like I’ve accomplished some things over the years.  Now I’m less concerned with being a “professional” and I primarily do it as a fun hobby to share music I love with others.  With the advances in technology and changes in the music industry I can do that from my own home!  It’s a little less magical, but a lot more practical.

The biggest downside is it definitely wont be as frequent as a weekly show.

You can check out current and past episodes at SoundCloud

– Carey Jarvis aka “The Dance Chapel”

DJ Lorraine – Immaculate Intoxication

A few years back DJ Lorraine was working with Scott Blackwell and Myx Records.

They were working on a DJ Lorraine Vs Slyder single that was potentially going to be the first Vinyl release from Myx.

For various reasons it never happened, and Myx Records isn’t around anymore, but I was lucky enough to recieve a copy of the track for airplay.

It did very well on The Dance Chapel and was one of my most requested songs for a long time.  I kept telling folks who loved the song to hold on because it would eventually come out to the public!

The music bed is an unreleased Slyder track that was originally named Puncture and has a nice proggy edge to it.  Lorraine’s vocals are gorgeous and really blow it up!  I remember Noah DeSmit hearing the track and asking about it, describing it as the song with “frickin’ sweet vocals.”  :-)

Not only does Lorraine’s voice sound stunning, but the words she sings have a strong message too:

“There is just one place I long to be, blinded by your presence I can see, words divinely whispered in my ear, awakening my senses dulled by fear

Move spirit move…stir inside of me, move all through this groove, dying to set me free.

Shining in a swirling sea of light, power to make everything alright, the veil of lies been lifted off my eyes, longing just to please you my soul cries.

Move spirit move…stir inside of me, move all through this groove, dying to set me free.”

Immaculate Intoxication is a clever way of saying Holy Drunkeness, as in Ephesians 5:18 “Do not get drunk on wine, which leads to debauchery. Instead, be filled with the Spirit”

I LOVE this track and hope to hear more music from Lorraine in the future!

You can preview the track and download it for free here: