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      By Adam Madd
      Although being new to the game, up and coming Sydney DJ, producer and vocalist XMPLA has caught the attention of the global music community. Xmpla creates a truly unique style, combining dynamic electronic production with elements of hip hop, whilst manipulating and layering various vocal treatments, all of which are his own. His compelling new single ‘sun goes down’ maintains his unique production aesthetic, whilst exploring a more traditional song writing structure.
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      After winning the 301 studios ‘is it a banger’ competition and receiving runner up in the yourshot DJ competition, XMPLA signed with tinted records for the release of ‘better’. The track caught the attention of triple j unearthed, as well as numerous triple j presenters and various dance radio across the country, for its ground-breaking and futuristic production stylings. Further to his originals, XMPLA has remixed for local legends, odd mob and animal feelings, and most notably, on official remix duties for Marshmello and Selena Gomez on their international hit ‘wolves’. More recently XMPLA debuted his live show supporting hippie sabotage at oxford art factory, blowing the crowd away with the plethora of vocal personalities within ‘better’.
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      BUY / STREAM:  https://xmpla.lnk.to/SGDNe

    • Adam Madd
      By Adam Madd
      Rave Radio are back with their new single, Morning Light - a summer House anthem, featuring vocals from MANBN. The Australian DJ duo combine live performance elements with high-octane EDM sets. They are kings of the viral Facebook video, raking in 19 million plays with their top Facebook video, and they’re now establishing themselves as fully fledged artists.
      Rave Radio’s previous single Carry You is on MTV’s daily rotation and peaked at #6 on the Aria Club Chart. Prior to that success, their single Turn Me Out racked up over 3.5m plays on Spotify. It’s clear these guys aren’t messing around! As we look to the future, Rave Radio will continue to dominate stages with the delivery of their incredible live experiences.  Meanwhile, fresh material will build momentum on the key streaming platforms and radio-waves – the future is looking bright!
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    • OzClubbers
      By OzClubbers
      This Saturday it’s time again for one of the leading indoor-hardstyle events of our tiny country (The Netherlands): Qlimax. The event, with its theme ‘The Temple of Light’, will use large shows and artists like Frequencerz, Gunz for Hire, Da Tweekaz and Noisecontrollers to fulfil your every need. Qlimax is, just like previous years, completely sold-out. That’s why a lot of fans aren’t able to visit the event and witness it all.
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      The post Qlimax 2017 will be broadcasted live on Q-dance Radio is visible on Hard News.
      Source: Hard News NL
    • OzClubbers
      By OzClubbers
      When it comes to house and techno in the Netherlands, few of those currently involved in the scene can match up with Orlando Voorn.
      A mainstay in Dutch electronic music since pretty much the very beginning, Voorn has left an inimitable mark on both his local scene and the global underground movement as a whole. A fierce proponent of top drawer beats, Voorn’s talent is indicative of the labels he’s repped in his time: from R&S to KMS to more contemporary outlets such as Rennie Foster’s RF (where he recently released the brilliant ‘Fix is Back’ EP), what this man doesn’t know about 4/4 basically isn’t worth knowing. A true underground legend that we’re proud to host in our backyard, this Amsterdam native continues to enthral audiences the world over.
      So who better than Orlando Voorn to run through some of his favourite Dutch contemporaries? And so it is that we checked in with Orlando recently, as he gave us the lowdown on some of his favourite local producers and his favourite track of theirs…
      Dimitri and Eric Nouhan
      These two have really influenced me the deliciously busy style but everything clearly beating production on the then B.E.S.T. records. Without these examples, my success Solid session would not have came out the way it is.
      Speedy J
      Speedy J really inspired me at the very beginning. That was the first time that I saw a live show with him and was impressed. A really great source of inspiration.
      2000 and one
      2000 & one … this track is one that you can still run. Really, honest technofunk in your face. For those who do not know Dylan hermelijn aka 2000 & one, he was the one who put me in contact with Fierce Ruling Diva … that’s how that circle came about. My first techno productions were on Lower east side records too, and later it was Jeroen Flamman who put me in touch with Juan Atkins.
      Steve Rachmad
      Nice old-fashioned Detroit Sound in an energetic jacket. Top! Steve is the man!
      High-quality Detroit from the Netherlands from none other than Legowelt.
      Fierce Ruling Diva
      An underground piece here by some ones who put me on the map back in 1990. Shout out to Jeroen Flamman and Abraxis !!
      Tom Trago
      This one’s a nice soulful track from the Amsterdam house don.
      Nice raw electro as I like to hear them. Stuff like this also inspires me to go really fast when I am working on this style.
      Far ahead of his time! I can remember that I heard the first at pirate stations. super fat track by Robin Albers. Robin was also a very important link for me with his Avros three times. doordraaien which was an important radio station. You had to mix 3 records and best once collected went into the championship . After winning the thing. We then went to UK in 1986 DMC world championship.
      Human Resource
      Prehardcore period and one of those tracks you would have to bang your head on. Rough and rugged with a dope rap line. These type records i was heavily in that period of time.
      Orlando Voorn’s ‘Fix is Back’ is out Christmas Day on RF Music
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      The post [Playlist] Orlando Voorn’s Favorite Artists Of The Dutch Underground appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam.
      Source: Deep House Amsterdam
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