Série Limitée – SL009

Drum roll, people! SL009 is on its way. The recipe has not changed: limited quantity, hand numbered / stamped records and superior music. We take you on a unique house journey to explore the texture of sound and the color of feelings, from raw to deep all the way down to acid, carried on our VA format spaceship. Onboard, four artists, Yusuke and Jimini part of “Serie Limitée” crew and two new comers Panthera Krause and mOnster Heart Driver who are joining the family. Continue Reading →

♪ Abeat’list ♪ – We are Back!


All right folks! We are almost nailing 2016 and what a strange year… You probably wondered what happened to Felfelosophy? The answer is: We are NOT gone! We haven’t forgot you. We haven’t stop listening and digging decent music every day. PROOF JUST BELOW:

And over all, we’re delighted to announce you today that FELFELOSOPHY.COM is becoming/evolving into FELFEL.FM. We’ve been working hard to create an innovative and totally re-designed website, deserved by all of you, thanks to the massive support for the last few years. This new website will be LIVE EARLY 2017 with hell lot of new stunning features. The old content will be kept and out new team of editors will offer you the chance to discover even more artists through the same format as before (press article, interview, podcast and of course playlists).

We also have an additional big surprise that will be announced after the launch of our new website. More infos to come soon and we can’t wait 2017 to cherish again your little ears.

With Lot of love.

Merry Christmas & Happy New year.

The team Felfel.

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Brussels Midi Market – 17th and 18th September

Brussels Midi Market is a celebration of Brussels established and emerging artists, a creative playground for all art lovers!  This first edition launches with a curated selection of artists exhibiting and selling items: design, clothing, kids’ stuff, antiques, photographs, ceramics, jewelries, records, zines and “odds, ends and undefinables”.  Continue Reading →

If Music presents You Need This: Eastern European Sounds (1970-1986)

Compiled by Jean-Claude / Adrian Magrys [If Music] 12″ release exclusively for Record Store Day – 16th April 2016 180g black 12″ vinyl in gatefold sleeve. Sleevenotes by Jean-Claude and Adrian Magrys. Artwork by Guglielmo Willy Tavernaro (1909-1989). Sleeve design by Ali Augur. Continue Reading →

Exclusive Podcast 053 – Chicky Boom

Today we introduce you to the Toulouse based Dj and producer Chicky Boom. Boozed with some orthodox Techno in the mid-90s, he rapidly got to discover the joys of rhythmic music such as Dance Music made in Peride Albion, which ultimately opened new horizons of all kinds: African, Latin, Disco, Garage, House, Bass Music, Broken Beat, Nu Jazz …

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Doubi’s #7 – 90′s Enter the Resistance

Sorry but I ve to stand for a moment of truth.
In this cold world we all wreckonize the phenomenon going on. All living in these clouds of smoke where mass appeal to reject the american dream.
Beyond nonsense, endemic corruption keep it going but the street struck is no fool and the people brave in the heart. Continue Reading →

Exclusive Podcast 052 – Manuel Kim

Manuel Kim’s edits for old school tracks like Lil’ Louis, Aleem, Soft House Company, A Guy Called Gerald, Murk, have been picked up by DJs such as Dimitri from Paris, Tommie Sunshine, Danny Daze, Johnwaynes, Francois K, DJ Chloe, Adam Sky, Nick Warren etc. and are collected on “Manuel Kim Edits” and “Tonic Edits” 12inch Vinyl. He is on the decks today with an exclusive podcast for us. Continue Reading →

Nicola Cruz – Prender el Alma

Following his collaboration with Nicolas Jaar’s Clown & Sunset label, Cruz has self-produced and self-recorded this landmark album. Continue Reading →

Exclusive Podcast 051 – Fumix (Comadisco)

We had a quick chit-chat with Fumix, founder of Comadisco, a collective well established in the far East London. In preparation for their new event happening tonight at the Yard, here is an overview of their Musical universe with this 51th exclusive podcast, Courtesy of Fumix (Comadisco).

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Chaos in the CBD – Midnight in Peckham

Rhythm Section International proudly presents it’s 8th offering from local boys Chaos in the CBD. Born in New Zealand, but based in Peckham for the last few years (literally just around the corner from Henry Wu and Bradley Zero), these brothers have made a real mark on the scene here in London town and with their latest set of productions are set to take this message further afield.

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Exclusive Podcast 050 – Damnitdisco

DAMNITSDISCO (Farbe am Morgen/Kong, Die Registratur Bar) made of the two bavarian dudes Johannes aka Findus and Bernie aka Acid Kayak compiled few alltime fav’s in a unique podcast featuring John Hammond and The Knife tracks.

« We rather had a journey in mind when we did it: start of slow & mellow and slowly build up to total bliss taking some musical detours from your average disco playlist on the way. In three words: disco_not_disco » Continue Reading →

Interview – Damiano Von Erckert

We are glad to introduce you today before our next party at the Batofar to the man himself, Damiano Von Erckert. We are very happy to have him on board alongside our other guests and asked him a few questions by waiting his return to Paris.

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Exclusive Podcast 049 – Filburt

A light-footed ride over the keyboard of contemporary and universal sounds from organic-melodic house and disco through to soulful techno. You have to know who operates the controller here. You’re dancing towards the DJ booth . Who do you behold behind the turntables? Filburt. Tonight we are honoured to feature this 2H mix recorded at the renowned Ritterbutzke Berlin few weeks back alongside with few questions asked to the man: Filburt! Continue Reading →

Dollkraut – Hornet Green

Pinkman boss Marsman lines up the next 12 » on his Charlois imprint and in doing so welcomes back good friend and label inaugurator Dollkraut - Hornet Green in triumphant fashion, with the four track 12. Having steadily released a collection of extolled records, the idiosyncratic Dutchman remains in search of ancient mysteries and follows up The Gym LP ‘Schimanski’s Black Lullabies’ for with another varied cut – this one brimming with grubby percussion, vocoder tones and faint yet compelling homages to the traditional music of Mexico and Spain.

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