Tag: Henry Saiz

What Happens When 30 People Live Jam On A 10.000-Year-Old Hill Overlooking Oslo

10.000BC, a small, winding path leading up the Ekeberg is being travelled by hunters & gatherers. Fast forward a rough 12.000 years and this same road now leads up an extra 115m of elevation and is now being travelled by festival revellers who follow the luring soundwaves of Oslo’s only electronic music festival; Sommerøya. Situated on the side of the Ekeberg, overlooking Oslo with seemingly endless sunsets accompanying its diverse line-up of local and international artists. Boutique Festival Sommerøya is comparatively small. It has 2 stages close to each other. One main stage, and one with the focus on the ... Read more

DHA Mix #358 By Henry Saiz

Having consistently sat firmly in the realm of the challenging and unexpected, Henry Saiz is about to take release his most ambitious project to date. In the works since 2016, and after a hugely successful Kickstarter campaign, Henry embarked on a creative adventure with the intention of soundtracking the world with his live band, eventually turning it into a highly personal and eclectic audiovisual album. Now, 1.5 years later, Henry Saiz & Band are set to deliver the unique project. Having traveled to Lanzarote, Australia, Dubai, Kenya, Saigon, Joshua Tree, Tokyo, Europe, Argentinian Andes, and Antarctica, it is a record ... Read more

Free Download: Joep Mencke – Meru (Original Mix)

Joep Mencke is a DJ/Producer from Maastricht and resident of Deep Klassified. Inspired by exotic culture and nature, Joep blends different styles to create a form of electronic music that is beautifully subtle, spiritual and not easily define, but that gets the support from big artists such as Henry Saiz, Jon Charnis, Elias Doré or Sabo. After two Eps on Crossings, with Shelter in The Sky breaking the Beatport top 100, Joep also features on Henry Saiz label, Natura Sonoris. DOWNLOAD Soundcloud Artist Page [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/deep-house-amsterdam/free-download-joep-mencke-meru-original-mix-1″ comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”E40045″ width=”100%” height=”166″]

Interview: Khen

With Guy J, Sasha, industry media and an exponentially growing fan base across the globe, all signs point to Khen as the next big thing to come out of the dance music hot bed that is Israel. With a hypnotic and emotionally charged style featured here before, Khen possesses a truly idiosyncratic sound that transcends genre. After years of honing his skills both in the studio and behind the decks, his music has since reached Guy Mantzur‘s Plattenbank imprint, as well as Nick Warren’s Hope, Hernan Cattaneo’s Sudbeat, John Digweed‘s Bedrock, and Guy J’s Lost & Found. See also: DHA Mix #285 By Khen Now, Khen debuts on Jeremy Olander‘s Vivrant imprint ... Read more

Premiere: Henry Saiz - Secrets (Tuff City Kids Remix)

The duo of Gerd Janson and Philip Lauer aka Tuff City Kids are back with another smooth remix, this time coming by way of Henry Saiz, Natura Sonoris, and Balance Music. Taken from the forthcoming Balance compilation mixed by Saiz and featuring only exclusive cuts of his renowned imprint, Natura Sonoris celebrates its 10 year anniversary, as well as 6 years since Henry’s seminal 19th edition of Balance Presents. Here, the Frankfurt favorites who frequently pop up on DHA take Henry’s ‘Secrets’ and turn it into a smooth, vocal laden late nighter. “Balance Presents Natura Sonoris. Mixed By Henry Saiz” ... Read more

Interview: Jeremy Olander

Sweden’s Jeremy Olander continues to go full steam ahead after what may have very well been the biggest year of his career. Due in no small part to the launch of his own label Vivrant, the imprint has gone strength to strength since its inception with four (out of its five) releases going boasting Beatport #1’s, as well as a five continent label tour and a massive hometown showcase alongside Henry Saiz, Finnebassen and Charlie Don’t Surf. See also: DHA Mix #265 By Jeremy Olander Never one to succumb to trends and with an uncanny ability to present something surprising ... Read more

Party Report: Minimal Effort NYE

2016 is finally over, and for us techno and house music fans in LA what better way to ring in 2017 than in a dark club, surrounded by music lovers, dancing to a lineup curated by the crew at Minimal Effort. Once again this lineup represented a collection of the best house and techno artists available featuring MainStage acts like: Francesca Lombardo, Stephan Bodzin, Henry Saiz (live), and Recondite (live). Plus two stages curated by local parties: the upstairs stage was run by Space Yacht, a weekly party featuring the bouncy g-house sounds typical to Los Angeles, including Londonbridge and ... Read more

Interview: Henry Saiz

Henry Saiz is an electronic music artist with a musical language that can be difficult to describe, but simple to enjoy. The Madrid-native DJ & Producer has released on the likes of Last Night on Earth, Permanent Vacation and Suara, as well as his own label Natura Sonoris. Over the years, Henry´s impressive output has also led him to perform around the world, including festivals such as Sónar, Creamfields, Ultra Miami, Global Gathering and Benicassim among many others. Now, Henry Saiz has launched an ambitious new project, creating a 10 track Audio Visual album that traverses the world, mixing nature, ... Read more

Henry Saiz Launches World-Traveling Audio Visual Project

Essentially an audio visual album, Henry Saiz has turned to Kickstarter to help fund the ambitious new project. The album is meant to be written in various exotic locales across the globe, drawing inspiration while also providing the visual elements of the film component. Some of the locations Saiz looks to travel to are Joshua Tree, Tokyo, and the Canary Islands. As Saiz describes the visual component, “[the film] is not simply a making-of, but a visual journey including music videos that will help listeners delve deeper into the meaning of the album,” and will be a combination of documentary ... Read more

De Marktkantine Announces Headliner-Filled Spring Program

De Marktkantine, the familiar club at Amsterdam’s Jan van Galenstraat, has been open for one and a half years now. The collective of promoters and dance scene veterans behind the club set a common goal to turn it into a prominent nightlife venues, in-tune with the latest developments in underground dance, while not shying away from the odd surprise in its program either. While some promising nights at the club were met with disappointing ticket sales, other events saw the venue reach its full potential, like the pandemonium witnessed during Ame B2B Job Jobse, the Innervisions label night with Dixon or the sweet chaos created by the eclectic Mr. ... Read more