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DHA Mix #335 By Be Svendsen

2014 was the year that electronic cognoscenti fell for Be Svendsen. Following the success of his live festival performances, the Danish musician has become an attraction on the global festival scene as a proponent of a genre-bending sound; Spaghetti western soundtracks, classic analogue synths and film noir atmospherics all tastefully crafted into an original form. This form has brought him to the likes of Tomorrowland, The BPM Festival, Fusion, BOOM, Get Lost Miami, DGTL, Secret Garden Party, Oregon Eclipse, Burning Man, Rainbow Serpent, Afrika Burn, and many more. In 2017, Be Svendsen’s original music was consistently well received with every ... Read more

Premiere: Be Svendsen - Nabia (Original Mix)

With an organic, melodic and nomadic style of groovy techno, Denmark’s Be Svendsen paints tonal stories. Beginning as a solo project in 2011, having since toured through Europe, USA, Canada, Australia and South Africa, with appearances at festivals like BOOM, Fusion, Burning Man, Symbiosis, Rainbow Serpent and AfrikaBurn, the world quickly awoke to his enchanting vibrations. These performances take audiences on a deep experimental journey, providing a cinematic soundscape allowing the receivers to celebrate the light and dark parts of existence. Here, acting as the latest member to the Earthly Delights imprint, Be Svendsen brings his three track EP, ‘Nabia’. ... Read more

Earth Day 2016: 10 Environmentally Conscious Festivals

Today, 22 April is Earth Day. The International day of focus on Terra Firma is equal parts encouraging and depressing, given that humanity needs to be forced in thinking about that which gave it life for one solitary day per year; ideally, every day would be Earth Day, but I’m getting distracted now. Anyway, in honor, we’ve highlighted 10 festivals around the world who have developed and maintained a commitment to mindfulness, sustainability and the environment, without the horrendous hand of corporate influence (almost) that oversees resource destruction the world over. If we’ve forgotten any or you know of festivals ... Read more