Tag: NOIR

Mix #207 By Coyu

Showcasing his priesthood at the Suara house and techno temple, Catalan DJ & producer Coyu presents an exclusive mix. Following a flood of remixes for artists such as Fatboy Slim (Skint), Stephan Bodzin (Herzblut), Joseph Capriati (Drumcode), Pete Tong & John Monkman (Suara), MOBY & Skylar Grey (Little Idiot), Coyu has prolifically constructed originals from labels across the board, such as Hot Creations, Noir, Defected Records, Liebe Detail, Get Physical, Bedrock, Cocoon, 100% Pure, Systematic, and his very own Suara. See also: Label Showcase 012: Suara Music Along with his extensive list of releases, he’s played at festivals and venues world-wide, such as Mexico’s BPM Festival, Sónar, Amsterdam’s ADE, Miami’s Winter Music Conference, India’s Supersonic festival, Ultra Music ... Read more

STRAF_WERK Festival Announces Full Line Up For 2016 Edition

On the 20th of August, prominent Amsterdam promoter STRAF_WERK is hosting its fourth festival edition. The organisation has just announced the full line up and it is promising more than enough for house fans to stick their teeth into, featuring the likes of Jamie Jones, Hot Since 82, Dusky and The Martinez Brothers. Tickets are on sale starting today.  http://www.deephouseamsterdam.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/12381465_260565854280724_1849496361_n.mp4 The biggest acts this year are some of STRAF_WERK mainstays, like revered Hot Creations and Paradise founder Jamie Jones, dutch techno veteran Joris Voorn, New York brethren The Martinez Brothers and UK Northerner and one of Amsterdam’s most favourited DJs Hot Since ... Read more

De Marktkantine Announces Headliner-Filled Spring Program

De Marktkantine, the familiar club at Amsterdam’s Jan van Galenstraat, has been open for one and a half years now. The collective of promoters and dance scene veterans behind the club set a common goal to turn it into a prominent nightlife venues, in-tune with the latest developments in underground dance, while not shying away from the odd surprise in its program either. While some promising nights at the club were met with disappointing ticket sales, other events saw the venue reach its full potential, like the pandemonium witnessed during Ame B2B Job Jobse, the Innervisions label night with Dixon or the sweet chaos created by the eclectic Mr. ... Read more

Premiere: Florian Kruse & Hendrik Burkhard – We Own The Night (Original Mix)

2nd release on Noir Music comes from the collaboration of Florian Kruse & Hendrik Burkhard, and this time for a more dance floor functional effort by the guys. The two Germans went on a “let’s make some music out in no-mans land” get- away to the north of Denmark without internet interruptions and sat down for a week to create music that has now been signed to Poker Flat, Green and this one on Noir Music. We’re premiering the original mix of “We Own The Night”. With long time passion for house that dates back to the early years, Kruse is first and foremost ... Read more

DHA & The Boom Room Present: Atapy

Atapy took over The Boom Room and laid down a driving, hypnotising mix that had us on the edge of our seats.  Since just five years ago, his career has been firmly on the rise with the likes of M.A.N.D.Y., H.O.S.H., Ritchie Hawtin, Dubfire, Tom Budden, Djuma Soundsystem or the french legend, Laurent Garnier, himself. The year of the rise for Arpi Takacs (aka Atapy) was 2011, starting with his previous key releases on his own Cimelde label and Get Physical, alongside his collaborations with (among others): Noir, Louisahhh!!! or Cari Golden, reworking The XX and the legendary Knight Rider theme (personally ... Read more

Full premiere: Noir – Lumière Brillante (Original Mix)

Noir is re-launching his label NM2 after 18 months of absence with a great portfolio of artists and the principal release being his very own. Thus we are very happy to share the premiere of “Lumière Brillante”, one of the two tracks of the newest Noir’s EP in our premiere series. Lumières, not only being the monumental first release on the re-launch of NM2, is one of the first tracks Noir produced back in April, since his successful self titled debut artist album released this year’s March 2015. Aside being responsible for 2011’s track ‘Around’, which with it’s with its recurring tune around ... Read more

Mix #173 By Emanuel Satie

For #173 in our mix series we’ve invited Frankfurt’s very own Emanuel Satie. Being born in Frankfurt is not such a bad omen if you want to make electronic music. 26 years later and after a few Motown Records and hip hop influences and a 6-month traineeship at Cocoon it is safe to say that the advantage of the birth city has paid off for Emanuel Satie. Fascinated by artists like Luciano, Sven Väth and Ricardo Villalobos, Emanuel initially starts as a DJ. He moves between house and techno – always ahead, always deep and with groove and soul. The ... Read more

Mix #171 By Matteo Luis

Matteo Luis captures his audience with his classy house sets and his passion for vocal house and slow tempo beats. Not sure whether the digital era is to blame, but he only just turned 21 and has already built up a reputation as Cologne’s “Club-Mozart” because of his inventive productions. Luis is a young producer from Berlin. Over the years – with 2008 as his starting point – he tried many different styles of music for his productions, but finally found his passion in House music. In August 2011 his remix for Bryan Kessler’s “She Only Likes Me” was released as ... Read more

Full Premiere: Bambook – The Storm feat. Jennie A (Original Mix)

Swedish production duo Bambook are hitting a rich vein of creative form with their second release for Culprit: ‘The Storm’, including remix work from The Drifter. Since their debut for the label last summer – ‘Hearts & Roads’ – Bambook have been on a streak of releases and remixes for notable imprints like Kindisch, Noir, Fayer and Jeudi. Clearly inspired, the duo of Eiad Sayegh and Hannes Netzell has managed to balance the volume of their musical output with tight quality control. Bambook’s affinity for the Los Angeles-based Culprit has again culminated in an appealing set of tracks on ‘The Storm’. Their penchant ... Read more