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[Playlist] Trance Wax Paradise City Trance Classics

Trance Wax is the new moniker of Belfast born Ejeca, created to blend the artists love for Trance whilst growing up, reimagining classics of the genre into modern-day dance floor highlights. With his first few releases selected by a number of high-profile DJs like Job Jobse, Bicep, The Black Madonna & Charlotte De Witte in their sets, Trance Wax now plays Belgium’s Paradise City Festival, which goes down 29 – 31 June in Brabant, Belgium. Ahead of this, one of our top festivals of the summer, Trance Wax provides 10 of his ultimate Trance classics. Which are yours? James Holden ... Read more

[Playlist] Psychedelic Research Lab's Best Of Satellite Records NYC

Psychedelic Research Lab (PRL) “Keep On Climbin’” was born out of the Satellite Records store in NYC, a famous record store that sold almost 750,000 records a year to some of the biggest DJs in the world. From PRL Scott Richmond was co-founder and John Selway worked there the first 5 years of its existence. They met at their college/music conservatory and had a shared passion for dance music. In celebration of the release PRL is going to go into the way-back machine and check out a few favorites that Satellite Records sold. Full disclosure – when I (Scott Richmond) ... Read more

[Playlist] Louisahhh’s Poetics Of Relation

Take off Dave Clarke‘s recent studio album, “Is Vic There?” (IVT?) features the project’s first collaboration, the simmering vocals of Louisahhh. Having quickly risen as one of the most dyamic woman artists within the Techno scene thanks to her voice, unique style, and explosive DJ sets, Louisaaah has collaborated with Maelstrom releasing three EPs while creating her RAAR imprint with a steady stream of releases. Louisahhh’s prolific activities also include a BBC1 residence, solo output, and a steady hand in virtually every facet of her own output. Now, with the remix package “IVT?” available and featuring diverse interpretations from France’s ... Read more

[Playlist] Aera’s Sound Path

Aera first appeared on the electronic music map when he established his own Aleph Music label back in 2010. Now, Aera brings his second album “The Sound Path,” telling a narrative of change – geographic or emotional – to Permanent Vacation; undoubtedly his most coherent and definitely most personal work to date. Out on 6 April, we asked Aera to discuss his own sound path by way of sonic influences. In his own words he writes: “These are some of the records I was listening to while creating “The Sound Path”. Some of them became direct influences, some probably only ... Read more

[Playlist] Leon’s Seminal Deeperfect Cuts

Leon is a man that needs little introduction due to a prolific international DJ schedule including a residency at Music On, a discography of bombs spanning over a decade, and continued support from the biggest DJs in the world. Last month, Leon brught his latest release, “Bamako” to Deeperfect as a well balanced two track outing for his second release on the imprint. With “Bamako” out, Leon has provided a handful of his favorite tracks from Deeperfect that are certifiable dancefloor bombs! Leon – Tribalism – Deeperfect [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/deeperfect-records/leon-italy-tribalism-original-mix” comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”E40045″ width=”100%” height=”166″] It’s the perfect combo of percussion ... Read more

[Playlist] Orlando Voorn’s Favorite Artists Of The Dutch Underground

When it comes to house and techno in the Netherlands, few of those currently involved in the scene can match up with Orlando Voorn. A mainstay in Dutch electronic music since pretty much the very beginning, Voorn has left an inimitable mark on both his local scene and the global underground movement as a whole. A fierce proponent of top drawer beats, Voorn’s talent is indicative of the labels he’s repped in his time: from R&S to KMS to more contemporary outlets such as Rennie Foster’s RF (where he recently released the brilliant ‘Fix is Back’ EP), what this man ... Read more

[Playlist] Moon Boots’ First Landing Autobiography

Hailing from Brooklyn, Moon Boots has just dropped his first album – “First Landing” – via Anjunadeep. Cutting his teeth in Chicago to DJs like Derrick Carter and Frankie Knuckles, it was Moon Boots’ early releases via French Express that really put him on the music (and blog) map. Since, his music has been championed by the likes of Annie Mac (UK) and Jason Bentley (LA) while his online mixes have racked up millions of streams. Now, with his ambitious, 10 track debut album out, Moon Boots offers this very eclectic selection of tracks, which were seminal in his musical ... Read more