DJ Salty Flavor | Keeping It Salty

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Keeping It Salty

by DJ Salty Flavor

Features a fusion of lo-fi, ambient, electronic dance and trance music. Clean positive dance music!
Genre: Electronic: Progressive House
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Undignified (Remix)
6:56 $0.99
2. Blip Your Body
6:20 $0.99
3. Mr. Blister
7:49 $0.99
4. Dare to Dream (Oh Yeah Remix)
9:41 $0.99
5. Hot or Cold (Remix)
5:42 $0.99
6. Help Wanted (Remix)
3:49 $0.99
7. Why (Remix)
6:45 $0.99
8. Supernova (Remix)
5:44 $0.99
9. We Are Not Afraid (Remix)
5:52 $0.99
10. What You Are Doing Is Not Good
5:26 $0.99
11. Help Wanted (Alternative Remix)
3:56 album only
12. What You Are Doing Is Not Good (Instrumental Mix)
5:27 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
1) Undignified – DJ Salty Flavor Remix
Vocals by Sterling Allen
Song Title: Undignified (I will dance, I will sing)
Writer Credits: Matt Redman
Copyright 1995 Thankyou Music (PRS) (adm. worldwide by EMI CMG publishing excluding Europe which is adm. by All rights reserved. Used by permission.

2) Blip Your Body – DJ Salty Flavor Original
3) Mr. Blister – DJ Salty Flavor Original
4) Dare to Dream – Rachel Keagy – DJ Salty Flavor (Oh Yeah Remix)
Original version from the album “Masterpiece”
5) Hot or Cold – DJ Salty Flavor Remix
Hot or Cold by Ricky B featuring David Manning
6) Help Wanted – Paradox – DJ Salty Flavor Remix
Original version from the album “Called to Mind” (
7) Why – DJ Salty Flavor Remix
Why? copyright 2006 reel written by Val Petrov & Edward Platero Original version from the album “Escape from America”
8) Supernova – Reborn – DJ Salty Flavor Remix
9) We Are Not Afraid – DJ Salty Flavor Remix
We Are Not Afraid by The Redundant Rocker, written by Bernhard Wöstheinrich (GEMA/La Chunga Music Publishing)
10) What You are Doing is Not Good – Vocals by Tom Deviney

Bonus Tracks

11) Help Wanted – Paradox – Alternative Remix
12) What You are Doing is Not Good – Instrumental Mix
Thank you:
I would like to thank God for giving me the ability to love, make and create electronic dance music. I would like to thank my wife for supporting my music. I would like to thank my dad for helping me believe I could do anything I put my mind to and for his support of my music. Thanks to all of my family and friends for their love and support. I would like to thank Francis Preve for helping me understand how to make a track groove and giving me helpful advice and techniques on making good dance tracks. I would like to thank the people from for their support and constructive feedback of my music. Thanks to all the artists on this CD who let me remix their tracks. I would like to thank you for taking the time to listen to my music. God Bless.
All songs produced, arranged and mixed by
DJ Salty Flavor
Mastered by Josh Woodhouse Droplink Productions
Art and Design by Lacey Morgan and Josh Woodhouse Droplink Productions
Photography by Kevin Gourley
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Matt Bryant

Rejuvenating the Salt of the Earth -- and Making It Dance for God
“DJ Salty Flavor returns with his second album ‘Keeping it Salty’ and brings us a collection of carefully crafted tracks from Chillout to Hip Hop to Trance. Soaring vocals and a thought-provoking message are all contained within these beats and bleeps…”

Brian Bennett of DeepLife Records (

Matt Bryant is a very talented electronic musician from Austin, Texas. He excels at creating crisp, infectious grooves. It is literally impossible not to move to his material. “Keeping It Salty” continues to provide us with great synth textures, killer beats and catchy melodies. While listening to this, it’s easy to see that the studio is DJ Salty Flavor’s playground, and he’s not afraid to have fun there. “Undignified” is a great opening track. It would easily be at home on any dance floor. The air of positivity on this album is also very disarming (especially evident on track titles like “Dare To Dream”). “Hot Or Cold” is also another great track, very glitchy and anthemic. It sounds like an updated version of the classic sound of Devo. Things never get predictable on this CD. DJ Salty Flavor is obviously a gifted master of the electronic beat.

Gary Flanagan – Nightwaves Reviews (

“DJ Salty Flavor has done it again with this great album of remixes and dance music! His music is clearly put together with the hope of enjoyment by all who listen. Anyone looking for club style music with clean content should go immediately to this cd.”

–Sterling M. Allen, A&M United Methodist Church College Station, Texas

Dj Salty Flavor embarks a brand new adventure covering aspects of every genre with his new release “Keeping It Salty.” He embraces a sense of style that producers around the world have lacked to carry and even less often can control. With tracks such as “Supernova” and “Blip Your Body” Dj Salty Flavor shows he has real ability to put down floor fillers and drive a dance floor. Tracks such as “What You Are Doing Is Not Good” shows that Salty has a message to bring the world and can create the emotion it needs with his music. Many artists appear on DJ Salty Flavor’s new album in the form of guest appearances and remixes from the hands of Salty himself. These tracks are diverse with pop, rock, and even country influences. Watch out for DJ Salty Flavor as he proves that he is salt to the earth in new and innovative ways.

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Blip Your Body – “One I will carry with me in my record bag and can use with almost any crowd.” – Science Drop

What You Are Doing Is Not Good – “A message the world needs to hear and as a dj I look forward to using this in times of deep, prayerful worship.” – Science Drop