Tag: ministry of sound

The Ark Cruise Festival Completes Inaugural Lineup With 2MANYDJs, Chris Liebing, Sven Väth & More

The immense ship Freedom Of The Seas that hosts The Ark Cruise Festival is set to create a perfect playground for all desires. With a slew of activities, restaurants, and secrets, the inaugural seaward event has also completed its lineup. With over 90 acts in attendance, the likes of 2MANYDJs, Sven Väth, Axel Boman, B.Traits, Chris Liebing, Cassius, Felix Da Housecat, Richy Ahmed, Henrik Schwarz, and Matador have all been announced. They will join previously announced names like Robag Wruhme (who, alongside Axel Boman will be playing a very special sunrise session), Dennis Ferrer, KiNK, Stephan Bodzin, and more. So, ... Read more

Set Sail Aboard The Ark With KiNK, Masters At Work, Stephan Bodzin And More

Over 50 DJs will navigate the summer’s most epic nautical adventure, The Ark Cruise. Taking off from Barcelona on 31 August, and making stops in Marseille and Ibiza before returning to its point of origin, The Ark Cruise will house seven stages over its 3 sea fairing days. On The Ark, these stages will be hosted by the likes of elrow, Ministry of Sound, FACT Worldwide, Strictly Rhythm, Pacha Ibiza, and us, alongside many more. A handful of the lineups first wave who will join the chosen 4,000 on board will be New York House legends Masters at Work, Kompakt‘s ... Read more

DHA Mixtape #222 By Amtrac

Amtrac is a multi-talented artist who can electrify an audience, be it with a moving live music performance or by working dancefloors up to a sweat with his driving yet funk-filled DJ sets. Lured into dance by The Prodigy and Chemical Brothers, these influences can clearly be heard on his debut LP, “Came Along”. From there, he branched out even further with “Hey There Kiddo”, an all-sample opus, and “The Scheme”. As quality as his original work may be, the calling card of his career is the remix, a coveted commodity in today’s music business, from majors like Interscope, Warner ... Read more

Premiere: Joyce Muniz – Daydreaming Feat ENEQUIST (Jozif Remix)

Londoner Jozif provides a dreamy remix of the Vienna-based DJ and Brazilian Euro-club connoisseur Joyce Muniz.  After breaking through with standout releases off labels such as Wolf + Lamb, Mobilee, and Ministry of Sound – Jozif continues to build on the success of his sound. He has been enlisted by the cultured likes of Mobilee, Suol and Compost for remixes, and received much love from artists such as Sasha, Giles Peterson, Andrew Weatherall, and Damian Lazarus. It’s his serene, carefully permeated slo-mo ambiance that’s imbued his musical admirers. For proof of his artistic ability in the booth, you only need ask anyone who has seen him play at places like Space Ibiza, Verboten ... Read more

Odyssia Festival Podcast By François K

Born and raised in France, François K’s passion for music led to playing the drums during his teen years. After moving to the US in 1975, François K quickly tried his hands at DJing in the competitive world of New York City nightlife. Once this happened, his career skyrocketed, and he quickly made DJing his full-time occupation. Since that time François K has amassed a massive CV within the scene, including performances at the likes of Paradise Garage, The Loft, Better Days, Studio 54, Les Mouches, Buttermilk Bottom, AM-PM, and New Jersey’s famed Zanzibar. His studio proficineny has seem hi ... Read more

Legends Of House Podcast By Terry Farley

After quality entries by Paul Johnson, K’Alexi Shelby, Mr. V, and Orlando Voorn, we continue our Legends of House Podcast series with none other than bona fide UK House legend Terry Farley. Having been on the dancefloor since day dot, Terry Farley has produced some of house music’s most enduring cuts under various guises, including Roach Motel and Bocca Juniors, as well as with Pete Heller as Heller and Farley. A bastion of knowledge when it comes to acid and deep house, as well as dance culture, soul boy trends, and more, Terry is also much lauded for having launched ... Read more

Mix #118 By Tony Humphries

As stars that appear over the course of history on the Hollywood boulevard are applauded by their fans, it’s our turn to appreciate the ones that completed house music back in the day. Tony Humphries is among the stars and we have the pleasure of showcasing his mastery onto our platform. In 1975 Tony Humphries gained his first official gig at the Brooklyn club El Morocco and since then, it was just a small step until his talent was truly appreciated landing him his first ever residency. This time around at New York’s Tribeca. By mid-80’s Tony seized the attention ... Read more