Tag: hypercolour

DHA Mix #258 By Eliphino

Leeds born and London based, Eliphino’s productions incorporate elements a few different genres but always maintain an emphasis on the emotive soul aspects of the music. His first vinyl release came via Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood Recordings and he went on to produce music for Somethinksounds, Hypercolour and is soon to inaugurate his own Joy In Repetition imprint. His DJing style is now settled in the traditional interpretations of house and techno incorporating both old and brand new music to create engaging and exciting sets. Download Soundcloud Artist Page [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/deep-house-amsterdam/eliphino-dha-mix-258″ comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”E40045″ width=”100%” height=”166″] Tracklist Galchaer Lustwerk – Kaint ... Read more

Premiere: Way Out West – Set My Mind (Maxxi Soundsystem Remix)

Coming off the hotly anticipated new album from Way Out West, ‘Set My Mind’ marks its second single. Now, with three brand new remixes off the track, the Nick Warren/Jody Wisternoff project gets the exclusive premiere treatment courtesy of Maxxi Soundystem‘s stellar interpretation. With releases on the likes of Hypercolour and Futureboogie, Maxxi Soundsystem provides his trademark melodic take on the remix. Also, the package features ‘Set My Mind’ remixes from Bicep-championed Brassica, as well as the latest Anjunadeep signing Luttrell. “Set My Mind” is available 20 January on Anjunadeep Soundcloud Artist Page [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/deep-house-amsterdam/premiere-way-out-west-set-my-mind-maxxi-soundsystem-remix” comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”E40045″ width=”100%” height=”166″]

Premiere: Landside – Chains (Axel Boman Remix)

Studio Barnhus comrade Axel Boman returns with a fresh remix of Landside’s Chains EP, a melting pot of dub vibes, breaking leads, and melancholic vocals. Landside is the collaboration between Italian producers Hunter/Game and the Icelandic band Kúra. Their two tracks ‘Chains’ and ‘Desert Lake’ were designed to take the listener through obscured paths of ‘a new world’, whereupon after moving through uncharted lands – the listener finds themselves experiencing a mirage of a desert lake. The idea draws from the deeper vibes and melancholic ambience of Kúraʼs reflective, often dubby moods, along with a groove reminiscent of Hunter/Game‘s dance-floor roots. See also: Interview Studio Barnhus Yet, premiering ... Read more

Interview: Groove Armada

Millennials grew up with their time-abiding melodies. They combined the styles of house and trip hop with alluring vocals and the element of Andy’s trombone into what became a decade of their reign throughout the charts. They were one of the first, among Faithless, Moby, and Massive Attack, who established a dance music act playing with a live set up, and what is now widely exercised by artists like Bonobo, Caribou and Floating Points. But house music is where it all started for Groove Armada and back to its core they have come once again. Behind the name of this critically and commercially acclaimed dance music act, are two ultimate ... Read more

Native Instruments Introduces ‘Stems’ Audio Format Allowing Greater Manipulation Capabilities

Native Instruments, creators and proprietors of Traktor DJ Software, have announced a new open audio format entitled ‘STEMS’ rolling out in the upcoming months. Introduced in Miami at last week’s Winter Music Conference, Stems primary goal is to make more aspects of music available for manipulation, whether in the studio or in the booth, by DJs, Remixers, and Producers alike. For example, four “Stems” (bass, drums, melody, vocals) exist within each file, which can now be accessed and modified as individual elements.  Each stem file, which ends with stem.mp4, contains a single stereo mix and all 4 parts. Though larger than an MP3 ... Read more

Full Premiere: Tom Demac – Beckett’s Racket (Original Mix)

AUS Music continue on form in the follow up from their releases with Youandewan and their new addition Escape with a 4­tracker from label favourite Tom Demac who aligns his arsenal of hardware and readies a pack of rattling club tracks peppered with armoured kicks and luminescent textures. Throughout his releases on Hypercolour, Morris Audio, Murmur and Liebe*Detail Tom has never one to tether himself to any single style and as a producer, is never adverse to a challenge. His back catalogue evinces a broad ambit and showcases his knack for filtering myriad influences into a constantly evolving sound. His ... Read more

Exclusive Interview With Huxley

Through his releases on Tsuba, Morris Audio, Fear of Flying, Hypercolour and 20:20 Vision and more, Michael Dodman aka Huxley has carved out a nice place for himself in the underground house scene. With robust, bass-led strain of house music, based on his influences from UK and US garage, he’s swayed many many a derriere from Australia to Brazil, the USA, UAE, Mexico and everything in between. Whether veering towards deeper vibes alongside Ethyl on his own Saints & Sonnets imprint, turning in cast iron grooves for Tsuba or full vocal barnstormers like his lauded ‘Let It Go’ single for ... Read more

Verknipt ADE Special Podcast #001 By Friend Within

With releases on Dirtybird and PETS and remixes for the cream of modern music talent such as Fenech-Soler and Mausi already under his burgeoning belt, this is one producer already impossible to pigeonhole and difficult to ignore since bursting onto the scene in early 2013. Seemingly arriving from nowhere, Friend Within has made a lot of friends in a very short space of time. From guesting on T.Williams Rinse FM show to radio plays by Skream & Benga, Annie Mac, B Traits, Mistajam, DJ Cameo and Monki as well as having already DJ’ed in pretty much every major city in ... Read more