Tag: rebellion

DHA Mix #335 By Be Svendsen

2014 was the year that electronic cognoscenti fell for Be Svendsen. Following the success of his live festival performances, the Danish musician has become an attraction on the global festival scene as a proponent of a genre-bending sound; Spaghetti western soundtracks, classic analogue synths and film noir atmospherics all tastefully crafted into an original form. This form has brought him to the likes of Tomorrowland, The BPM Festival, Fusion, BOOM, Get Lost Miami, DGTL, Secret Garden Party, Oregon Eclipse, Burning Man, Rainbow Serpent, Afrika Burn, and many more. In 2017, Be Svendsen’s original music was consistently well received with every ... Read more

DHA Mix #324 By Squire

Born with a Jazz soul, Squire is one of the most interesting upcoming spanish and international talents on the scene. The key of his success have been focus, respect for music tradition and an eye open to the future of electronic music. Keeping his sound into ‘Deep’ atmospheres he has rapidly creates around his name interest and excitement and he’s surely one to be followed. Despite his young age, he has already released records on emblematic labels such as Get Physical, Rebellion, My Favorite Robot Records, Tenampa, and Parquet Recordings with releases scheduled for Flying Circus Recordings, Do Not Sit ... Read more

DHA Mix #311 By Paris Green

Amsterdam duo, Paris Green made big impressions in their debut release on Crosstown Rebels sister label Rebellion with Poker Flat boss Steve Bug in for remix duty. The deep and brooding single You Got To Try , discovered by Kölsch in his BBC Radio 1 Residency, was created during a jamming session with cohort David Stolk on vocals, singing about loosing sight of dreams due to other people’s expectations. “Day in, day out we are confronted with the expectations of others while we dream of our own future. Negative incentives haunt us upon into our dreams at night.You can let ... Read more

DHA Mix #281 By John Monkman

Releasing on many of the world’s cutting edge labels, it was John Monkman’s 2015 collaboration with Pete Tong that shot him firmly into international tastemaker conversations. Having released on the likes of Kompakt, Crosstown Rebels, and Get Physical, with several new projects in the pipeline, John Monkman is also a staple name atop the Beatport charts and the world’s top electronic music media (like DHA for instance, which previously premiered Coyu‘s remix of John & Pete’s ‘The Bumps’. Now, with recent releases available via Rebellion (Epoch) and Noir Music (Trusting Source), John Monkman brings his one of a kind electronic ... Read more

Mix #142 By Pezzner

Resident of Seattle Washington, David Brian Pezzner, has been building on a solid career in the industry for some time now. After producing music as a duo he decided to go solo, and in 2010 he released his debut album on Freerange Records. He’s since had releases and remixes on labels such as Systematic Recordings, 8 Bit and Crosstown Rebels offshoot label RebelLION, receiving a massive response. Sought­after as a remixer, he has been called upon to reinterpret the works of Josh Wink, Groove Armada, and Underworld just to name a few. Always featuring new productions, remixes and originals, his ... Read more

Full Premiere: Ibellini – Milk & Honey (Original Mix)

Ibellini’s excellent debut EP on Crosstown Rebels sub-label Rebellion impressed us this month – in fact, we included it in our Top 10 Upcoming Releases for October. The Londoner has been a steady rise over the last few years, although he’s been DJing since he was 14! His ability to traverse numerous styles, all while maintaining a cohesive sound ethic has helped him to establish a sterling reputation as a DJ, while his talents as a producer have caught the attention of Damian Lazarus and Seth Troxler. His ‘Wide Soul’ EP lands next Monday and we’ve managed to grab an ... Read more

Exclusive Interview with DAVI

Interviewer: Marko Nikolovski David “DAVI” Khanjian grew up listening to classic sounds of Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and the likes. Discovering his passion for music from an early age, he was subsequently admitted to the Vocal Department of Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory. David’s immigration to Los Angeles expanded his horizons in music. Focusing on production of genre defying electronic music, David’s sound can best be described as a deeply melodic journey into the mind that can leave you whiplashed much like a rollercoaster. These days, David can be found playing anywhere from Avalon and Monday Night Social to LA’s best ... Read more