I recorded this mixtape a while ago, inspired by my stay at Outlook festival. It’s called “Massive e Sharif”. Massive as in big and voluminous, living bass lines and Sharif as in noble protectors of the tribe for elegant grooves and sophisticated rhythms. Enjoy.
The Devorama party was a big, packed, sweaty and joyful event. The guests showed their devotion with buying more beer after the 30 free crates were gone. I was superhyped and excited that everything went so well and sat at the terrace with lasts hardcore crew until the sun rose. And of course, I took my chance to play some tunes after Symbiz had finished the energy loaded show. Here are my favorites of this quite dark dubstep set. Read more →
This is the Encore Buzz-T Mashup. Nice one.
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Just the way I like it: Starts with some hip hop, gets a bit deeper, dives down into disco areas and grooves along, takes some harder drums out, takes a break in electro Miami and ends with the omnipresent Mount Kimbie. Great background to work on the blog theme, may I present: Herr Spyker’s “It started with a whisper”
This here flew in my inbox and I like it:
Cris Urban (DJ, Exploited Rec. assistant, designer,blogger) has got a new live mix (live recorded,no abelton set, no sync Button) called “Calamari”. Cris gives you a good summervibe, you will find artists like Doctor Dru, Flight Facilities, Robosonic, Rampa, Solomun, Zombie Disco Squad, David August, Kink & Deniz Kurtel. Read more →
Wow, here is the next step, using records and mixer as background for user interface projections and making the pictures and the software react to gestures. Check out a video below. Read more →
“Woah, that’s a big flyer”. Hell yeah! It’s a big party. I am excited because I’ve always been a fan of Party Arty and now finally I get to play there. Stylewalker on the decks again! This saturday, Ritter Butzke. … Read more →
Here is a great video mix by Ben UFO which I am currently listening to, at 9pm on a friday, ready to let the week behind me. And the music is perfect for that, a bit discoish, a bit breaky, … Read more →
Sbtrkt came out of nowhere and just like James Blake, Jamie Woon and Nicolas Jaar captured very fast a place in the area of bassy, dubby and abstract dance and pop music. All they did, they did well and everything … Read more →