RandomBeats Music proudly presents….. Race For Your Life, SkyBlew! « North Carolina’s most PROMISING rising star ». Continue Reading →
Time is flying and our little podcast section is seriously growing with an eclectic selection of outstanding artists. Today we introduce you to someone who is starting building a reputation in the Berlin heavy and wild nightlife. Ms Elbe has prepared for us a finest selection smoothly mixed and as usual by creating a melodic and bewitching atmosphere.
You’re in for a treat with our latest podcast. On the decks today is Panthera Krause who will be heading to Paris this upcoming 27th August for the felfel event at Batofar. The Leipzig based producer has further taken some time to answer few of our questions.
The mysterious and always on point Stamp Records is back in action with more extended cuts and summertime heat from the UK’s Lodger! Lodger tackles here two classic jazz tracks, effortlessly transposing them into more club-ready edits, easy for digesting on the dancefloor. Continue Reading →
Distant Hawaii kick off their Detroit-leaning imprint with four smooth slabs of coastal balearic-tinged house from Hidden Spheres. Drifting from soft vocal whispers, carpeted in warm fuzzed chords to slow jacking ‘n’ wailing acid, this 12″ lays down the gauntlet when it comes to care-free summer house. Expect to hear these joints accompanied by a Bloody Mary on every terrace this summer. Continue Reading →
So much happening in the very dynamic label of the Polychrome Sounds family… They were with us a couple of weeks ago for the release of the first LP of Orchestre du Montplaisant; they are with us again, this time with a very intriguing Bucharest-based duo, Karpov not Kasparov. Continue Reading →
On the decks today, the Parisian MMPP (Musique Musique Plaisir Plaisir) for an exclusive podcast. We’ve asked him few questions to get to know him a little more and to understand his personal view of Paris electronic scene and underground movements. MMPP will be one of our guest for the upcoming event which we will be throwing August 27th. Continue Reading →
Bad Barbie eats, sleeps, breathes, loves, plays and makes Bad Beats! Bad Barbie burst on to the scene playing her unique style, a special blend of Disco re-edits, Funk, House and Reggae currently bubbling in the U.K. She quickly established herself on the music scene and is now widely regarded as the First Lady of Nu-Disco and The Queen of Re-edits. We are proud to feature her today for our 41th Podcast 100% DISCO !
Seb Wildblood, co-founder of South London label Church, debut album is out with six magnificent pillowing tracks. Sinking into the album it becomes cristal clear that ‘Foreign Parts’ is a transporting release which has been put meticulously together by the man. Continue Reading →
Comme Ça is the Parisian label Antinote’s sixth record for 2015, following efforts from Geena, Iueke, DK, Paki & Visnadi and Inoue Shirabe. Few of which were featured in our magazine. Domenique Dumont latest release falls into Antinote palette, with six tracks of dubbed-out, summery synth pop. Continue Reading →
What do you do when you have toured the world as a DJ during the past 16 years and produced an internationally acclaimed electronic-music-project for over 10 years? Right – you stop. Just to start over again! That’s all about the man « Yannick Labbé », our today’s featured guest for this 40th podcast. Continue Reading →
O*RS big boss Filburt serves you a vinyl reissue with four of his most decent remixes. They were previously released only digital on labels like Hafendisko, Palms & Flamingos and Kick The Flame. This release includes reworks for Yannick Labbé who will be featured this friday with an exclusive podcast, Jan Ketel, The Micronaut and Baru. Deep house for sure! Continue Reading →
In the summer of 2014 electronic wizard and remix entrepreneur Ruf Dug spent 3 months on the island of Guadeloupe in the French Caribbean. Earlier in the year Copenhagen based and label honcho Kenneth Bager had asked Ruf Dug to record an album for balearic imprint Music For Dreams.