Tag: Martyn

Interview: Will Saul

Will Saul, the prolific Producer and DJ behind Simple Records and Aus Music, has a new concept mix series up his sleeve with the first edition out at the end of the month. Entitled “Inside Out,” the series kicks off with Will himself in the mix for its first edition, and draws from his strong curatorial ear and expert insight into specific sound worlds. Blurring the boundaries between traditional artist albums and mix compilations, “Inside Out” encourages artists to showcase their own music and/or those in their respective circles. By giving artists solo creative freedom, each edition features 100% new ... Read more

Nachtiville Announces Second Wave Of Artists

Nachtiville, the Dutch sister of the German Nachtdigital festival has just announced the second wave of artists for their upcoming debut in De Eemhof, a bungalow park in the . The second lineup announcement for Nachtiville further undermines the musical approach of the festival’s inaugural edition. Spanning from Techno to Ambient, Nachtiville, much like Nachtdigital, combines well-proven favourites with up-and-coming talent . The latest additions to the list of merited legends includes Radio Slave and Optimo as well as Atom TM & Tobias – the latter will perform one of their rare collaborative live sets. See also: JP Enfant Mixtape | Interview: Optimo ... Read more

SEKOIA & Dutch Culture USA Bring Holland’s Underground To America

As the Dutch national club culture has more to offer than the worlds of Tiësto, Armin van Buuren and Afrojack, SEKOIA presents, in cooperation with the Dutch consulate in New York, the best of the Dutch underground during the Together Festival in Boston (USA). This unique collaboration between SEKOIA and Together is part of the project Dutch Culture USA, where the Dutch consulate in the United States aims to support innovative art and culture projects, showcasing Dutch culture in America forging enduring ties between American and Dutch cultural initiatives. Thus the consulate helps emerging creative collectives  navigating the new, but ... Read more