Tag: Fatima Yamaha

Amsterdam Dance Event Announces First Names For 2017

It’s that time of year again. Time to start planning the annual electronic music pilgrimage that is Amsterdam Dance Event. For 2017, ADE is going bigger than ever before with some 2500 artists performing across 140 venues in the Dutch Capital. Amongst the first wave of names, which you can see in full below, are Danny Tenaglia, Fatima Yamaha, Jeff Mills, Joris Voorn, and Nicole Moudaber. Previously announced daytime and special events include an opening concert with the Metropole Orchestra,as well as music pioneer Gary Numan and Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh will be taking part in the daytime events. Amsterdam ... Read more

Top 10 Release of September 2016

September was another huge month for releases – with new ones, EP and LP style, by artists such as Marc Romboy, DJ Tennis, System of Survival and many more. All ten of these releases have proven to be veritable nightclub and festival bangers from some of the industry’s best. For this edition, we’ll let the music speak for itself. Sofie Winterson | KIDS (Fatima Yamaha Remix) | Magnetron Music [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/magnetronmusic/sofie-winterson-kids-fatima-yamaha-remix-1″ comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”E40045″ width=”100%” height=”166″] Marc Romboy | Oblique Tendencies | Last Night On Earth [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/trndmusik/marc-romboy-the-voyager” comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”E40045″ width=”100%” height=”166″] Dennis Ferrer | Maniac 3000 | Objektivity ... Read more

Stream Dutch Underground Hero Fatima Yamaha’s Debut Album Now

One of the unsung heroes of the underground, Dutchman Bas Bron aka Fatima Yamaha will release his debut album, “Imaginary Lines” tomorrow, and its also streaming in full below. Having produced tracks for some 15 years, and championed by the likes of Hudson Mohawke and Jackmaster for some time, Fatima Yamaha’s Moog-heavy basslines have made him one of 2015 festival season’s most in demand acts. Traversing the same lines as his 2004 (and subsequent Dekmantel reissue) ‘What’s a Girl To Do?’, “Imaginary Lines” is a sensual, slow burner of emotion. Officially launched on 27 November in London, you can also ... Read more