Tag: Kling Klong

AVOTRE Showcases Santé, Sidney Charles & Luuk Van Dijk At De Marktkantine

Saturday, 1 April sees Berlin’s renowned AVOTRE imprint stop by Amsterdam’s De Marktakentine with Santé, Sidney Charles, and Luuk van Dijk in tow. Coming off the heals of AVOTRE’s recent compilation “House Lessons” (mixed by Santé), the label continues to go strength to strength, with a prolific release schedule, artist roster, and ever expanding international brand. Now, its founder, alongside seminal member Sidney Charles return to Amsterdam, a place they have always been well received, for a night of diversely curated imprint. Musically, little needs to be said about the night’s artists but, for those who don’t know, Santé is ... Read more

Premiere: Raxon – Elevate (AFFKT Remix)

AFFKT, who has been a driving force behind a colorful & empowering sound that is refined by his drive for perfection. Once described as a “Son Of A Thousand Sounds”, AFFKT has evolved his career to a place surpassing expectation and enjoying much praise from his peers. Cutting through the ranks, his path has retained an essence of those who have influenced him, he now sits shoulder to shoulder in skill & presence. Serving electronica crossover masterpieces via imprints like Suara, and his very own Sincopat, and expressing versatility digging deep, delivering heart-stopping, engaging techno on the likes of Kling ... 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