Tag: Kornel Kovacs

Oasis Festival Adds Richie Hawtin & Nicolas Jaar To Impressive 2017 Lineup

Nestled on the outskirts of Marrakech, Oasis Festival is Morocco’s must-visit festival destination. The 2017 edition, the festival’s third, will take place 14 – 18 September with 4 days of festivities and already announced names like Maceo Plex, Marcel Dettmann, Moodymann, KiNK and Karenn, Auntie Flo, Charlotte de Witte, Chloé, Jeremy Underground, Mike Servito, Polyswitch, Thris Tian and Young Marco. Recently, the festival also announced a special pre party on the 14th with Diynamic Solomun, Amine K, Karmon, and a special b2b between Kenny Glasgow and My Favorite Robot. Now, Oasis Festival has added a slew of new names to ... Read more

De School Announces Opening Date, Programming For Coming Months

Club Trouw’s much anticipated successor, De School, has come out with the first information regarding the opening date, the club, restaurant and programming for the first months.  On January 3, De School will open its doors to the club and the just announced restaurant that will be housed under the same roof . The focus of the club will rely heavily on a pool of talented local artists like Tom Trago, Sandrien, Makam, Dekmantel Soundsystem, Job Jobse, Interstellar Funk, Robert Bergman and Young Marco, as well as loyal Trouw international Seth Troxler. Other names mentioned in the programming for the first period after opening are ... Read more

Interview: Studio Barnhus

Record label/ ‘ménage à trois’, Studio Barnhus, consists of three lads from Sweden Kornél Kovács, Axel Boman and Petter Nordkvist.  Seemingly not taking anything, except beat matching and the music itself,  serious has been working more than well for these guys. Originally started as an idea to only release productions from the founding trio, it didn’t take long until friends and lovers who happen to play great music, joined. Right before their label night at Studio 80 this Friday we had a session of 13 serious questions and got even some serious answers.  Studio Barnhus: boys born in the Scandinavian orphanage bonded by the love of music and hatred ... Read more

Interview: Bambook

Sweden, a country known for its amazing sensibility for design, has been growing a muscle in another form of art of the modern times – house music. The result is evident in its bulky juicy list of house music artists: Alex Boman, Ida Engberg, Petter Nordkvist, Kornél Kovács among many. Another addition to the portfolio goes by the name Bambook, who we had a chat with on Sweden, the dynamics of being a duo, family and, of course, the importance of album artwork. Bambook is a duo, consisting of Eiad Sayegh and Hannes Netzell, said to be no strangers to the house scene. Starting off in 2011 on labels like Circus Recordings, Global ... Read more

Top 10 Releases In June

As June is slowly running to its end it’s high time to start covering the top 10 releases for this month. Featuring releases from artists such as   #10 Mennie – Callin’ EP | Flashmob LTD | Out now | Italian producer Mennie makes his debut on Flashmob LTD with his ‘Callin’ EP’. With influences from early New York House to laidback Mediterranean vibes, this EP is a perfect fit for Flashmob LTD and the Top 10 Releases of June. Mennie – Callin’ (Original Mix) [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/djmag/premiere-mennie-callin?in=mennie/sets/mennie-callin-ep-flashmob” comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”E40045″ width=”100%” height=”166″] #09 Correspondant Compilation | Correspondant | Vinyl Only| Correspondant present the vinyl sampler for their 3rd ... Read more

Exclusive Interview + Podcast Studio Barnhus

STUDIO BARNHUS INTERVIEW (Axel Boman, Kornel Kovacs & Petter Nordkvist) Studio Barnhus, a collaboration between 3 very talented individuals making music with their own distinctive style. This was expressed in both a label as a dj trio, and no not in a sexual way, just three dj’s playing together… with music. We had the honor to interview them and what was interesting was their short answers to our questions. They later explained: ‘Some things are more beautiful if they are left unexplained.’ And maybe they are right, leaving something open for the imagination. – How did you guys meet and ... Read more