Tag: Hot Chip

Premiere: Roosevelt - Heart (Cleveland Remix)

Released last year via Greco-Roman/City Slang, Roosevelt‘s debut album immediately set him fully developed recording artist with an instinctive synthesis of different soundscapes. Now, 6 months later, Roosevelt enlists several of his personal heroes to reimagine his eclectic album, strictly for the dance floor. Amongst the See also: KEYWORD

DHA Mix #247 By Booka Shade

2016 sees Booka Shade release their 10 year anniversary of their Movements LP, and also the new release of their supercharged edit “Movements 10”. In lieu of their celebrations and achievements they deliver DHA with a progressive yet funky mix. Booka Shade (Walter Merziger and Arno Kammermeierthat) have caused quite the stir since they first started out back in 1995. They started off with 90s pop-synth experimentations in Frankfurt, releasing a number of their underground dance tracks, of whom most notable – “Una Musica Senza Ritmo” (90s synth diggers should give it an ear). Back in 2002 the duo set their sights on the techno ... Read more

Diynamic Festival Podcast By Kollektiv Turmstrasse

Comprised of Christian Hilscher and Nico Plagemann, Hamburg/Berlin duo Kollektiv Turmstrasse are one of those rare acts whose music caters for both body and soul. Kollektiv Turmstrasse’s cinematic take on 4/4 electronica has won praise from all corners of the globe via releases on Diynamic, Connaisseur and their very own Musik Gewinnt Freunde imprint. A busy remix schedule has seen them grace the likes of Cocoon, Get Physical, Soma, Poker Flat, Defected, Systematic and Traum, reworking multifarious acts which include Trentemøller, Hot Chip and Terry Lee Brown Jnr. along the way. See also: Kollektiv Turmstrasse Interview On Friday May 27th, Kollektiv Turmstrasse will make their way to Amsterdamse Bos ... 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