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  1. In a most welcome manifestation of the gradual societal and industry change regarding equality, this morning ARIA released the weekly club chart, topped by Sydney producer Beth Yen; the first solo female artist to achieve #1 since 2012. Also making her the fourth solo female artist to achieve this in ARIA chart history, following on from Helena with ‘Girl From The Sky’ - topping the chart for two consecutive weeks, and two other Australian females, Zoe Badwi with ‘Release Me’, and Sarah McCleod with ‘He Doesn’t Love You'. Not only competing with local producers for the top position, Beth Yen knocked an international artist off the top spot - arguably the most prolific producer of the last few years, Scottish superstar Calvin Harris with his hit single ‘Giant feat. Rag'n'Bone Man’. Only a few weeks out from the original release, Beth Yen’s single ‘Ocean’ debuted at #25, jumping up the chart with a stellar remix pack from Friendless, Buried King, Marcus Knight, Scott Diaz, and Ozclubbers' own @Adam Madd, reaching #1 today, and in turn making the history books. In one of the most serendipitous of occasions, the single was released by Hot Sunday Records just four weeks ago, on International Women’s Day. A shining example of the renowned Sydney’s DJ catalogue, Beth has taken inspiration from her years spent living and working as a DJ in Ibiza. For the release of ‘Ocean’, collaborating with Australian lyricist The Baroness, a regular vocalist of live shows with Peking Duk, and previously Flight Facilities. The song itself is about the ups and downs and life, and how people can draw you in and out much like the ocean. It is a rare find for dance music to be written with so much meaning and purpose, which has evidently resonated with her peers all across the country. In what is hopefully a sign of the changing times, Beth shared a message of encouragement to her peers, “This is not just a win for me but a win for LGBTIQ+ women and men in the dance music industry. I hope that this inspires anyone, especially women contemplating getting involved in electronic dance music to get out there and find a way just to do it. The music industry is listening and ready for you all.” Having grown up in the UK, Beth Yen cut her teeth rubbing shoulders with some of the world’s most influential DJs, from the likes of Masters at Work, Dennis Ferrer and Eric Prydz. From the humble underground clubs, and later progressing to big room shows for Pacha Ibiza, London’s Egg, Sunset Music Festival alongside Avicii, and Sydney’s most prestigious Mardi Gras festival. Always with a finger on the pulse, Beth has produced originals across facets of house, funky, tech and nu-disco, with a genuine passion that is guaranteed to bring her more success stories such as this in the years to come. BUY/LISTEN: http://smarturl.it/42zxnv
  2. “David Guetta has a massive one on the way…” –Billboard “If there’s something we’ve learned in recent years, it is: David Guetta + Brooks = A masterpiece.” – We Rave You A year after David Guetta and Brooks combined forces on the international powerhouse club single and festival favorite “Like I Do” (with Martin Garrix), comes the duo’s next collaborative effort, “Better When You’re Gone” – out today via What A Music Ltd/Parlophone/Big Beat Records – https://guetta.co/BetterWhenYoureGonePR! A stunning production, both a dancefloor hit and a radio anthem, written in partnership with New York singer-songwriter duo Loote; features cute melancholy vocals which unfold over shimmering, chorused guitars as the track kicks off, before it explodes into the joyous chorus with a driving beat underpinning it. Next comes the spine-tingling lead riff that bursts into play out of nowhere, building towards the full drop where it dances and prances over chunky beats and phat electro bass. More sorrowful guitars greet us in the next breakdown, setting the stage for the beautiful vocals once again. Kicking off another huge year for David Guetta, the global superstar DJ/producer will perform on the mainstage at Ultra Music Festival in Miami and has an upcoming residency at Wynn Las Vegas in April. Meanwhile, his seventh studio-album “7” has sold over two million copies and the most recent music video for “Say My Name” with J Balvin and Bebe Rexha has picked up over 250 million views in just two months.
  3. South Africa’s prime DJ/producer Das Kapital has remixed Bengali singer Arzeen’s new single on LA based, world influenced label Pinkturban. Titled Prem De, the single is a refreshing serving of Bangladeshi music. Das Kaptial’s intoxicating, bass heavy and club friendly remix offers something completely unique and is sure to set dancefloors alight in South Africa and beyond. Das Kapital is a DJ, producer, and radio host with a vision. His music defies boundaries by traversing House, UK Garage, Techno, Acid, Breaks and Bass Music, warping genres with a distinct forward-thinking vibe. The Cape Town based artist has released on a plethora of labels including This Ain’t Bristol, World Famous Headquarters, Punks Music and Saucy Records, while he’s been supported by the likes of A-Trak, Diplo, Oliver Heldens, Anna Lunoe, and many more. The result is a premier national reputation that’s seen Das Kapital nominated for three awards at the 2018 DMASA (Dance Music Awards South Africa) – plus winning Best EDM single in 2017 - not to mention his weekly three-hour national radio show on 5FM called In Das We Trust, which has been running for 4 years. It speaks volumes about Das Kapital’s artistic vision that he has teamed with Arzeen for a cosmopolitan remix that glues South African underground dance music with an Eastern musical form. A highly respected singer, songwriter and lyricist, the now LA based Arzeen has written music for film and has been personally invited to the likes of Las Vegas, Santa Barbara, and New York to share his entrancing voice and culture. Das Kapital’s remix is as club-driven as it is nuanced. Arzeen’s melodious vocals offer a memorable flip to the usual dance-floor tropes club-goers are used to and is sure to become a regular spun gem by DJs far and wide. Arzeen – Prem De (Das Kapital Remix) is out now! LINKS Pinkturban http://pinkturban.com Das Kapital https://www.facebook.com/iamDasKapital https://twitter.com/iamdaskapital http://soundcloud.com/daskapital http://www.youtube.com/user/DasKapitalDisco http://instagram.com/iamdaskapital Arzeen https://www.facebook.com/arzeenmusic/ https://www.youtube.com/user/arzeenmohammadkamal BUY / STREAM https://www.beatport.com/track/prem-de-das-kapital-remix/11440415
  4. SKIY has brought her authentic techy house sound to world-renowned Spinnin’ Deep. Titled Quiggin, the club-focused single sees SKIY flex her deft production abilities, showing the world her credibility not only behind the decks but in the studio as well. Brimming with energy and musicality, Quiggin is SKIY’s first release of 2019, kicking off what is poised to be her biggest year to date. Since bursting onto the scene in 2017 with a slew of releases, SKIY has kept herself busy both as an international DJ and blossoming producer, crafting a vibrant dancefloor sound. She’s DJed acclaimed shows in Germany alongside the likes of Timmy Trumpet and Tiesto while global superstar Oliver Heldens snapped up her last single, Who Got The Keys, singing it to his Heldeep Records. Strong preferential support has already come from the likes of The Magician, EDX, Chocolate Puma, Dillon Francis, and many more. SKIY’s mother was a jazz singer while she herself is a trained pianist. A rich musical upbringing shared between Brazil, Germany and Croatia has enabled SKIY to pour a range of influences into her music, imbuing it with soulful grooves and clever musicality. Quiggin makes no exception. Jittering drum patterns give way to bubbling synths and swirling fx while infectious vocal samples crescendo into a minimal hands-in-the-air moment. Underpinned by memorable arpeggios and quirky percussive melodies, Quiggin is sure to find its way into the record collection of the world’s biggest stars, taking SKIY’s own glittering career to new heights in the process. SKIY - Quiggin is out now! LINKS https://www.facebook.com/iamskiy/ https://www.facebook.com/iamskiy/ https://www.instagram.com/itsskiy/ https://twitter.com/iamskiy BUY / STREAM: https://spinnindeep.release.link/quiggin
  5. NYC’s subway buskers turned Beyonce collaborators Too Many Zooz and UK producer KDA have called upon the production talents of Armand Van Helden for a club-primed rework of Warriors. The original, featuring UK #1 producer KDA, has been played 45 times by Radio 1, was Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World, featured as the official track for London Pride, and has surpassed 1 million streams on Spotify. With a fresh new remix on the cards courtesy of Armand Van Helden, Warriors is poised to be elevated to new heights over the coming months. Too Many Zooz started off life as buskers on NYC’s long and winding subway system. Fast-forward just a few years and the brass-house trio have reached heights they never thought possible: from guesting on Beyonce’s Lemonade to selling out shows in the blink of an eye across Europe and the US. Composed of dancing sax wizard, Leo P, the ferocious percussionist King of Sludge and nimble-fingered trumpeter Matt Doe, Too Many Zooz are getting bigger and bigger. Hard on the heels of playing Good Morning Britain last month, there’s seemingly no end to the NYC trio’s meteoric success. KDA is a South London boy who has an equally impressive command of the commercial realm as he does the underground. He’s the name behind the UK#1, Platinum certified single Turn the Music Louder featuring Katy B and Tinie Tempah, as well as Just Say with Tinashe and the socially conscious new underground dance single Hate Me. His first-hand experience of London’s underground club culture has cemented KDA as a highly regarded dance music authority. His DJ support is an endless list of equally varied tastemakers including the likes of Jackmaster, Seth Troxler, Black Madonna and Jamie Jones. With over 20 years’ experience as one of the world’s most in demand DJs, Armand Van Helden is a name that needs little introduction. The Boston-born dance music authority has dominated the charts with singles ‘Witch Doktor’ in 1997, ‘You Don’t Know Me’ back in 1999, and ‘My My My’ in 2005. He’s released countless club tracks, old and new, that continue to leave their unmistakable mark on the dance music world. Whether he’s DJing the world’s biggest dance spaces or hard at work in his natural habitat, the studio, Armand Van Helden’s talent and reputation is unparalleled. “Armand has such a creative way of bringing new shapes and colors out of a song, and he did this brilliantly on the Warrior’s remix. It reminds us of those old UK dance records that we love, with that familiar charming energy of the kick and hats mixed with resonant filter sweeps on the trumpets and saxes. Two words: BIG CHUNE!!!!!!!” - MATT Armand Van Helden’s dance-floor ready remix of Warriors demonstrates all the hallmarks of a club classic. Replete with gargantuan 909 four to the floor beats and deep, billowing basses that underpin Too Many Zooz’ and KDA’s unmistakable ‘brass-house’ sound, the Boston dance music aficionado has provided a heady remix worthy to be played in the world’s most esteemed club spaces. Too Many Zooz VS KDA – Warriors (Armand Van Helden Remix) is out on 17th August 2018 via Ministry Of Sound. BUY/DOWNLOAD: https://lnk.to/WarriorsAVH SPOTIFY: Too Many Zooz: https://www.instagram.com/toomanyzooz/ https://twitter.com/TooManyZooz https://www.facebook.com/toomanyzooz/ KDA https://www.instagram.com/kdabeats/ https://twitter.com/KDABEATS https://www.facebook.com/KDAbeats/ Armand Van Helden https://www.instagram.com/armandvanhelden/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/armandvanhelden
  6. If you were wondering just what you had to do or wear to qualify for entry into Berghain, you can put your mind to rest now. Also read: Berghain has announced 60hrs NYE event. Earlier we’ve posted an article with pictures of visitors of the famous Berlin club and one showing what people look like after 16 hours of raving at Berghain. The three combined, including this one, should give you everything you need to know to get inside. The club’s famous bouncer, Sven Marquardt, known for being picky in terms of clientele, has been interviewed by GQ and has explained what influences the door staff’s decisions at the Berlin club. Sven Marquardt“It’s subjective. Only a few of my guys are allowed to select guests at the door. They have to understand what Berghain is all about first and I try to give them that foundation. Beyond that, there are no set rules. “My people all have their own personalities, and you can see their sensibilities reflected in the crowd over the course of their shifts. You always want friction, though. That’s the theme in any good club: diversity, friction.” It’s diversity that seems to be the key factor in who gets in and although you might think wearing all black is a given in Berghain, Sven doesn’t seem to be encouraging it. He added: “If we were just a club full of models, pretty people all dressed in black, it would be nice to look at for a half an hour, but God, that would be boring. It would feel less tolerant, too. “I feel like I have a responsibility to make Berghain a safe place for people who come purely to enjoy the music and celebrate—to preserve it as a place where people can forget about space and time for a little while and enjoy themselves.” Don’t act like a dick, basically, and you’ve probably got a good chance of getting in. The post Getting into Berghain… The club’s door guards explains what influences their decisions at the Berlin club appeared first on Techno Moves. Source: TechnoMoves.net
  7. Fabric is embracing a b2b show stylistic, announcing a series of all-night back-to-back performances to kick off 2018. Slated for Saturday evenings, the extended sessions will couple a variety of underground artists, placing Adam Shelton alongside Subb-an for the club’s inaugural b2b pairing on January 13. Nicholas Lutz and Craig Richards will rub elbows on January 20, followed by Boddika and Redshape on January 27. The Martinez Brothers will deliver Fabric’s sole solo set the same evening in Room One of the venue. The full list of performers set to take over Fabric in the months to come can be viewed here. Tickets to the sessions are available for purchase here. H/T: Resident Advisor Read More: Fabric donates $80,000+ of leftover fundraising cash to charity Fabric to throw 30-hour party for its 18th birthday Fabric nightclub offers free entry for life in exchange for naming their office cat Source: Dancing Astonaut
  8. Celebrating its one year anniversary, Lausanne club FOLKLOR is set to slide into the new year with a fully stacked winter lineup of quality artists. FOLKOR rose from the ashes of the much-loved La Ruche, quickly building a reputation throughout the underground. The 300 person space prides itself in safeguarding its patrons, and preserving the intimate environment, by adopting a strict no-photos policy. Since its 2016 opening, the club has hosted everyone from Culoe de Song to Eagles & Butterflies, Hyenah to Mathew Jonson, and many, many more. Over the next few weeks, FOLKLOR will host the likes of Paul Woolford (18 Nov), Nastia (23 Nov), Nuno dos Santos (25 Nov), Prins Thomas (3 Dec), Baikal (23 Dec), and more, as well as a special 3 day weekend New Year’s Event. /*noinspection ALL*/ .dynamic_css { border: 0px solid #000000 !important; border-radius: 0px !important; -moz-border-radius: 0px !important; -webkit-border-radius: 0px !important; -khtml-border-radius: 0px !important; -o-border-radius: 0px !important; } p:empty { margin :0px !important; } .dynamic_css img { margin: 0 !important; padding: 0 !important; border: 0 !important; } .dynamic_css p { margin :0px !important; } .thumbnail_width7167 { width: 160px !important; height: 120px !important; box-sizing: border-box !important; } .images-in-row_7167 a, .widget-images-in-row_7167 a { border-bottom: none !important; } .images-in-row_7167 p, .widget-images-in-row_7167 p { margin :0px !important; } /*noinspection ALL*/ .imgLiquidFill { width: 160px !important; box-sizing: border-box !important; height: 120px !important; } .images-in-row_7167 { height: 145px !important; width: 340px !important; clear: both; } .images-in-row_7167 a { text-decoration:none !important; } .margin_thumbs { margin-right: 5px !important; margin-bottom: 5px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter-categories a { text-decoration: none !important; font-family: Verdana !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter .gallery-bank-filter-categories a.act:first-child { background-color: #2a83ed !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-family: Verdana !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter .gallery-bank-filter-categories a.act { background-color: #2a83ed !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-family: Verdana !important;; font-size: 12px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter .gallery-bank-filter-categories a.act:last-child { background-color: #2a83ed !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-family: Verdana !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .gallery-bank-filter-categories a:hover { color: #2a83ed !important; } /*noinspection ALL*/ .imgFilmstripFill { width: 90px; height: 75px; } ul#thumb_7167 { list-style: none !important; padding: 0 !important; margin: 10px 0 0 !important; display: inline-block; width: 310px !important; } div.img7167 img { width: 600px !important; box-sizing: border-box !important; } div.img7167 > div.filmstrip_description_black { width: 600px !important; bottom : 5px !important; margin-left : 0px !important; } div.img7167 > div.filmstrip_description_black > h5 { padding: 5px !important; margin: 5px !important; margin-left:0px !important; line-height: 1.5em !important; direction: inherit; text-align: center !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-size: 16px !important; } div.img7167 > div.filmstrip_description_black > p { padding: 10px 10px 0 10px !important; margin-left:0px !important; margin-bottom:0px !important; line-height: 1.5em !important; direction: inherit; text-align: center !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-size: 12px !important; } /*noinspection ALL*/ .opactiy_thumbs { opacity: 1 !important; -moz-opacity: 1 !important; -khtml-opacity: 1 !important; } /*noinspection ALL*/ .shutter-gb-img-wrap { margin-right: 5px !important; margin-bottom: 5px !important; } .overlay_text > h5 { margin-top:10px !important; padding: 0 10px 0 10px !important; line-height: 1.5em !important; direction: inherit !important; text-align: center !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-size: 16px !important; } .overlay_text > p { padding: 10px 10px 0 10px !important; line-height: 1.5em !important; direction: inherit !important; text-align: center !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; color: #ffffff !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .pp_pic_holder.pp_default { background-color: #ffffff; } div.pp_overlay { background-color: #000000 !important; opacity: 0.6 !important; -moz-opacity: 0.6 !important; filter: alpha(opacity=0.6); } .pp_description p { direction: inherit !important; color: #ffffff !important; text-align: left !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; font-size: 12px !important; } .pp_description h5 { direction: inherit !important; color: #ffffff !important; text-align: left !important; font-family: Helvetica !important; font-size: 16px !important; } .ppt { display: none !important; } div.pp_pic_holder { border: 5px solid #ffffff !important; border-radius: 5px !important; -moz-border-radius: 5px !important; -webkit-border-radius: 5px !important; -khtml-border-radius: 5px !important; -o-border-radius: 5px !important; } Website FOLKOR Page The post Lausanne No-Photo’s Club Folklor Rounds Out Year Celebrating First Anniversary appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam. 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  9. Celebrating its one year anniversary, Lausanne club FOLKLOR is set to slide into the new year with a fully stacked winter lineup of quality artists. FOLKOR rose from the ashes of the much-loved La Ruche, quickly building a reputation throughout the underground. The 300 person space prides itself in safeguarding its patrons, and preserving the intimate environment, by adopting a strict no-photos policy. Since its 2016 opening, the club has hosted everyone from Culoe de Song to Eagles & Butterflies, Hyenah to Mathew Jonson, and many, many more. 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  10. Good news Sydney, a huge new weekly club night has landed in town — and this one is definitely outside the lockout hours. Darlinghurst’s Club 77 is now home to Afters, a weekly club bash that runs from 5am to midday every Sunday and Monday — perfect for when you can’t quite bear to go home yet, or if you’ve just finished working those long hospo hours. Read More Meet the guy who goes behind the scenes with all your favourite DJs The folks behind Afters, Brett Ayton and David James, told inthemix they’d been searching for a venue for two months before settling on Club 77. “The space is perfect for what we are running,” Ayton says. “From 5am onwards people can come in to a dimly lit nightclub dance to quality tunes from our talented local DJs and also international DJs…all while sipping on cocktails all the way to midday Sunday.” Afters has been running since mid-September, and in that time they’ve welcomed acts like Simon Caldwell, Robbie Lowe, Matt Weir, and Mike Whitcombe to the decks. This Sunday they’ve locked in longtime local Ibiza resident Ben Korbel, Jimmi Walker and David James — keep track of the event here. The post Sydney’s new weekly club night kicks off at 5am appeared first on inthemix. Source: InTheMix
  11. Good news Sydney, a huge new weekly club night has landed in town — and this one is definitely outside the lockout hours. Darlinghurst’s Club 77 is now home to Afters, a weekly club bash that runs from 5am to midday every Sunday and Monday — perfect for when you can’t quite bear to go home yet, or if you’ve just finished working those long hospo hours. Read More Meet the guy who goes behind the scenes with all your favourite DJs The folks behind Afters, Brett Ayton and David James, told inthemix they’d been searching for a venue for two months before settling on Club 77. “The space is perfect for what we are running,” Ayton says. “From 5am onwards people can come in to a dimly lit nightclub dance to quality tunes from our talented local DJs and also international DJs…all while sipping on cocktails all the way to midday Sunday.” Afters has been running since mid-September, and in that time they’ve welcomed acts like Simon Caldwell, Robbie Lowe, Matt Weir, and Mike Whitcombe to the decks. This Sunday they’ve locked in longtime local Ibiza resident Ben Korbel, Jimmi Walker and David James — keep track of the event here. The post Sydney’s new weekly club night kicks off at 5am appeared first on inthemix. Source: Junkee
  12. Halloween came early last Saturday with the help of Florida’s homebred electronic acts and a super duo in Pompano Beach, Florida. Dubbed “Halloween Adventure” by event organizers Powerhouse, APEX, Hypnotic, 40K, and Like Minded at Club Cinema, the night starred Miami star Audigy, the Florida-born now Los Angeles residents Corporate Slackrs, and the Canadian dubstep tag team Adventure Club. From eight in the evening until two in the morning, the venue was filled with fans dressed up in costumes ranging from creative to witty. From simple accessories like cat and bunny ears to classic horror monsters like vampires and zombies to fan favorites like Batman or Naruto, the evening was filled with colorful guests bringing their A-game to rage to the hardest bass music. Opening acts like Loky, Carlos Angels, and Nghtkrawler kept the main stage entertained while acts like Trapia, JHØX, and Rottweilerz partied in the second room to a resounding and energetic crowd. When the dust settled from the overwhelming excitement the supporting DJs concocted for the evening’s headliners, Audigy stepped up to the decks and kicked off with dubstep’s most popular bangers like “Young & Dangerous” by Zomboy to classic cuts like “Jahova” by Rusko. With the exception of a couple of teasers to viral tracks like “XO Tour Llif3” by Lil Uzi Vert, Audigy’s set was an impeccable, sonic ride into bass music’s heaviest tracks of the year including some of his own originals and remixes. Switching gears, multi-genre players Corporate Slackrs hopped on the decks playing grungy electro house, vicious trap, and everything in between. They had the costumed audience riled with tracks like their collaboration “Raise Up” with ETC!ETC! and Petey Pablo, “Rock You” from Excision, and their remix of “Red Lips” by GTA and Sam Bruno. With the crowd hyped even more than before, it was time for the big guns to take center-stage and blow the roof off the place. Adventure Club spared no mercy on the crowd as they jumped into the most aggressive bass anthems like “Mosh Pit” by Flosstradamus. The duo flexed their DJing prowess with a mix of Skrillex’s “Would You Ever” with Flume’s edit of “Slasherr” and changing the flow from pure adrenaline-pumping bangers to their melodic classics like their remixes of “Collect Call” by Metric and “Lullabies” by Yuna. As the music grasped the crowd in a head-banging ritual, the visuals combined Adventure Club’s normal red and blue colors and juxtaposed them to Halloween-themed images from classic horror films and modern slasher flicks combining EDM with the spirit of the season. The duo ended the evening on a high-note mashing up many of their tracks from their debut album Red // Blue and concluding with a triumphant play of their remix to “Crave You” by Flight Facilities. The crowd lost their minds as they were cascaded by smoke from the fog machines above their head. With sweat, confetti, and masks on the floor, Halloween Adventure was a total success. Even though this was a make-up show due to the arrival of Hurricane Irma in early September, the event organizers were able to get everything and everyone together for a night of bass-filled entertainment and spooky kicks. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Adventure Club, Corporate Slackrs, Audigy and More Rock Club Cinema [Event Review] Source: Your EDM
  13. A nightclub in Berlin is banning the industry standard from its establishment — no DJs will be allowed to play on turntables and/or CDJs. Say what?! We’re just as confused as you are… Liquid Sky Berlin just announced its plans to break the DJ mold in a very unconventional way: “We are pleased to inform you that Liquid Sky Berlin does not represent ordinary DJ culture,” the official statement opens up. Although the club means no disrespect to DJs, they are exclusively inviting those who utilize “other formats, unique styles, different thinking, alternative tastes, and emerging uses of both newer and older technology.” Tapeplayers, short wave radios, Nintendo gameboys, PlayStation trackers, modular synths, computers, smartphones and tablets are all listed as acceptable methods to DJ with by Liquid Sky Berlin’s standards. So besides vinyl and CDJs, the sky is literally the limit. There are two ways this can go… the club will book an eclectic mix of emerging talent or it will go out of business before it’s able to do so. If you don’t believe us, just read the full statement here. H/T: MixMag This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: This Club Just Banned DJs From Using Turntables and CDJs and We Really Don’t Get It Source: Your EDM
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  18. Bank Holidays are made for clubbing; an extra day off work means an extra day of partying and the bank holiday listings are always guaranteed to be teeming with some seriously punchy line ups. Well, that’s certainly the case this Saturday for Bristol’s clubbing mecca, MOTION, where they’re hosting their most ambitious party to date – Yard Open Air. We love a bit of al fresco raving here at TTK and this Saturday Yard will be split across three newly developed open air spaces taking place in the Container Yard, Crane Yard and Lock Yard – nice. Motion is well known as being one of the best clubs in the South West, if not the UK; a testament to the carefully curated line-ups and talented artists that they attract to the venue. It will be our first time at Motion this weekend and boy are we excited, as this Saturday’s party brings together some of the biggest names in house and techno. Techo pioneer/god Jeff Mills is top of the bill, bringing the sound of Detroit to Bristol. Even decades on, Mills is as relevant in the scene as ever and this is a rare chance to catch one of his legendary sets. Also heading up the bill is local boy Eats Everything along with Seth Troxler, Joy Orbison, Daniel Avery and Axel Boman. There’s also live sets from Tboias and Octo Octa and an immersive LED installation from Squidsoup which will host ambient sets from some of the artists on the bill. Ahead of the festivities this weekend we thought we would pull together a playlist of our favourite tracks from some of the artists on this Saturday’s line up. There’s a couple of surprises in there too. Enjoy. Tickets for Yard: Open Air Club are still on sale. Get your tickets HERE. Stay tuned to our twitter for live updates throughout the day. From Bristol or been there before? Tweet us your tips and suggestions @technokittens. Eats Everything | Entrance Song – This was the track that propelled his DJ career and introduced Eats to the world. Banger. Eats Everything feat Tiga vs Audion | Dancing (Again) – The acapella borrowed from Tiga’s original track lends itself nicely. A real party track. Danny Daze | Your Everything – Not one of his own, but I will never forget Seth dropping this at one of the first every London parties I went to at Crucifix Lanes (RIP). Still an absolute corker of a track. Pure filth. Boddika & Joy Orbison | Mercy (Boddika’s VIP) – You cannot help but want to lose your shit to it. Probably why Hannah Wants ripped it off. Awks. Joy Orbison | Ellipsis – ‘We Just Used To Like’ – that vocal sample, that bassy melody and that piano riff. Gawd I love it. Joy O on fine, fine form. Julio Bashmore | Battle For Middle You – Okay, he’s not playing Motion. But he’s one of Bristol’s finest. An absolute beauty of a track. Daniel Avery | Drone Logic – Takes me back to FabricLive 66. My first introduction to Daniel Avery. Haven’t actually caught him play yet, so cannot wait for Saturday! Daniel Avery | Water Jump – My all time favourite track of his. It really gets going about halfway through with that hypnotic vocal chant and that big fat squidgy bass line. Beast. Midland | Blush – There’s a warm groove to this track that just makes you want to dance. Midland | Trace – Probably his biggest track. One of my all time faves. Bicep Vs Midland | D-Mil (Club) – You’ve got to love the jackin’ vibe to this track; it’s infectious and guaranteed to make you move. What a collab. Julio Bashmore | Au Seve – Surprise! Here’s Julio again. You’ve got to admit this track is so fucking catchy. Axel Boman | Hello – A blissful track, perfect for the afters or chilling on a beach. Even if you’re in your two-bed semi in Croydon, just shut your eyes and Axel will take you away. Axel Boman | Purple Drank – This track is hypnotic and takes me back – released in 2010, it’s definitely been heard on many a dance floor since then. Carl Cox & Jeff Mils | Live At Cherry Moon (1997) – over 20 years and Jeff Mills is still going strong. What a set from the two techno gods. We’re not worthy. The post FIFTEEN TRACKS TO GET YOU EXCITED FOR YARD: OPEN AIR CLUB THIS WEEKEND appeared first on The Techno Kittens. Source: Techno Kittens
  19. Adam Madd

    La Vibrations Present Pacific Voltage Club - Live

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    La Vibrations returns again for winter season with the locals selection of House and Techno vibes. We are happy to announnce that Pacific Voltage Club - Live (Gold Coast), know as Alex Noaks will be doing a live perfomance at Frequencies TV. Pacific Voltage Club - Live (Gold Coast) (ADAPTOGEN AUDIO) Bio From the moment close friends exposed him in 1995 to the sounds of Jeff Mills, Carl Cox and Laurent Garnier he knew the world of electronic music was a place he had to explore. 20 years on, techno exploration well under way. which his current productions are now gaining attention of the worldwide techno community with remix for Californian label Journeys and an original EP and releases for Argentinean label Concepto Hipnotico and Lebanon based label Din is Noise, plus releases on his own label Adaptogen. Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/alexandernoakes ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Support: Defwill Artemis H¥BRIDCELL Trouble ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- - BYO Food and Drinks - $10 Pre Sales (Limited) - $15 Door
  20. So, here is my recorded set from my recent Peoples Club debut, playing upstairs in the bar from ten 'till midnight, last Friday night.The crowd — and, indeed, the bar staff — were incredibly receptive and seemed to be enjoying the musical offerings; as was I.I played a bunch of my current favourites, and snuck in a couple from a selection of Peoples Club favourites, too — Andy Hart, Axel Boman, Fouk, Nachtbraker, Lay-Far and Damiano von Erckert, to name just a few.Special thanks to the birthday boy, Davi and Nergal for the booking consideration, too. I had a blast playing for you guys, and your 'People', and I really hope that translates through this mix, too.So, with that, I hope you enjoy this one!x > Download Here : Tracklisting: 01 : Mike Steva ft. Osunlade - 'ReSoulution' (Seven Davis Jr. Club Remix) [Yoruba Records] 02 : Boorane - 'V Rhytmah Jazza' (Original Mix) [In-Beat-Ween Music] 03 : The Barking Dogs ft. Tom Trago - 'Your High' (Original Mix) [Toy Tonics] 04 : Coeo - 'Torrow' (Original Mix) [Toy Tonics] 05 : Ethyene - 'Cinnamon Flavor' (Kumquat Remix) [Kyoku Records] 06 : Matthias Vogt - 'Chanterelle' (Original Mix) [Suol] 07 : Goshawk ft. Astral T. - 'My Heart' (Original Mix) [Hudd Traxx] 08 : Kai Alce ft. Rico & Kafele Bandele - 'Take A Chance' (Larry Heard Vocal Remix) [NDATL Muzik] 09 : Salut 80 - 'Real' (Oscar P. NY 2 Dtroit Mix) [Kolour Recordings] 10 : M.ono & Luvless - 'Never Gonna Leave You 2K16' (Original Mix) [Kolour Limited] 11 : Luvless - 'Luvmaschine' (Original Mix) [Tsuba Records] 12 : Chaos In The CBD - 'Subterranean Storm' (Original Mix) [Mule Musiq] 13 : Dan Kye - 'Change' (Original Mix) [Rhythm Section International] 14 : Axel Boman - 'Nattsudd' (Original Mix) [Play It Down] 15 : Andy Hart & Francis Inferno Orchestra - 'D2ME' (Original Mix) [Melbourne Deepcast] 16 : Jonbjorn - 'All The Way' (Junktion Remix) [DeepWit Recordings] 17 : Loz Goddard - 'It Will Come To Me' (Fouk Remix) [Outplay] 18 : The Gene Dudley Group - 'Do The Cookie Dough Throw' (Lay-Far Remix) [Wah Wah 45s] 19 : Peter Clamat - 'Filzkugel' (Daniel Leseman Remix) [UKNOWY Music] 20 : The Revenge - 'Do The Right Thing' (Nachtbraker Remix) [Dirt Crew Recordings] 21 : The Popular Peoples Front - 'Keep Fighting' (Original Mix) [Sleazy Beats Recordings] 22 : Cody Currie - 'Chop Shop' (Original Mix) [CDR] 23 : Damiano von Erckert - 'BUBBLES' (Original Mix) [AVA. Records] 24 : Kapote - 'Get Down Brother' (Original Mix) [Toy Tonics] 25 : Nail - 'On Wid It' (Original Mix) [Monologues Records]
  21. Adam Madd

    Best club in Melbourne

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