Tag: Betonkust

Premiere: Back For Good - Gymnastics (Betonkust Remix) [Turn it Down Music]

The third release from burgeoning Berlin-based label Turn it Down comes from label head Matthias Speck aka Back for Good. Also known as the man behind the Mancha label, Speck’s sound revolves around an uncompromising take on raw, unpolished electronic cuts, the likes of which have been tailor-made with the dancefloor’s most fervent moments in mind. Next up is the remix, which comes courtesy of Betonkust. Although his effort is a far cry from the original, it too is never lacking in heart. Full of shiny, glistening, almost camp vibes, it’s the sort of smile-inducing record that could just as ... Read more

Lente Kabinet 2018: The Maturing, But Ever So Rebellious Little Sister

It’s 11:30 in the morning on a Saturday as we quickly finish our coffee and hop on the bike to set out for one of the best festivals this season. We set a course due North, away from the sprawling capital of modern dance music, into its hinterlands. As houses become fewer and further in between, the landscape becomes greener as we paddle our way over an ever-increasing number of dikes and bridges; a sign indicating we’ve now officially left Amsterdam is overshadowed by a much smaller, bright red & yellow sign below it, pointing us where we need to ... Read more

Premiere: Innershades – Escape (Original Mix)

9300 Records‘ V/A Family Matters Vol.1’ brings Belgian New Beat and Trance influenced tracks by Betonkust, Innershades, Robert D and Deristo the 5 track EP. Each artist delivers their own personal homage to the thriving Belgian nightlife of the late 80’s and 90’s, when clubs like Boccaccio and Zillion acquired an almost legendary status. To this day, their iconic neon-signs are still etched in our collective memory. In a decade where serious scandals, that even involved bribery, lead to heavy political disputes and a huge health-crisis predominated Belgian media, people were searching for a way to escape reality and these ... Read more