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Free Download: Parallells - Jhaan Feat. Sarah Pirwany (Original Mix)

Parallells is a fresh brother duo of Dutch producers who grew up in France. Playing around the globe (Dominican Republic, Egypt, Qatar, Tunisia, Spain, France, Netherlands, Italy, Poland, England, Belgium, Germany…), their set can be characterized by the mix of several genres with a spacey and melodic touch that brings its audience on a emotional journey. After a first Cosmopolis / Solaris EP that ranked in the top 40 Deep House release on Beatport and a second EP, Innocence / Inner-Sens coming out the 7th July on Crossings, Parallells has a lot to show in 2017. Co-founder of the collective ... Read more

Premiere: Masaya - Walking Dad (Kurt Baggaley Edition)

After the well received release of Masaya‘s debut album “Picking Up The Pieces,” Chapter 24 Records now unloads a special remix package of the LP. Featuring the likes of Ripperton, Patrice Baumel, and Johannes Brecht (amongst others), it is Kurt Baggaley‘s version of ‘Walking Dad’ that we premiere exclusively here today. Kurt is a staple of Chapter 24, as well as Nuno dos Santos’ Something Happening Somewhere imprint who crosses the boundaries of electronic music with his unique retro feel. On ‘Walking Dad,’ Kurt flips the original into a deep spine tingling number that will infuse and fill the dance ... Read more

Premiere: Abstraxion – Spazieren (Original Mix)

Taken from his forthcoming “She Thought She Would Last Forever” LP, Abstraxion returns to his own Biologic imprint with ‘Spazieren’. Abstraxion’s career has already seen many highlights, two of which have been the label he runs with Belgian producer DC Salas reaching its ten year anniversary this year and playing in some of the best clubs in the world. With “She Thought She Would Last Forever,” Abstraxion’s second LP contrasts themes of melancholia and explores the tension between expectation and reality, stretching dark and dystopian atmosphere alongside an overarching and swelling euphoria. As it stands, ‘Spazieren’ is a 10-minute leisurely ... Read more

La Rêve goes international during ADE with Connaiseur & Parquet Showcases

Amsterdam-based promoter La Rêve takes an ambitious call to put itself on the map by presenting two parties for the upcoming Friday and Saturday nights of ADE. Backed up by quality melodic labels such as Connaisseur, Parquet Recordings and Applescal’s Atomnation, they are on a big quest to create two “nights to remember”. While the upcoming five days of Amsterdam Dance Event is a focus of countless local and overseas labels and promoters, it does take a lot of effort to stand out and offer something really unique for the indulged audiences. But since their first event organised nearly two ... Read more

Full Premiere: Hunter/Game – Tree of Life (Chymera Remix)

Milano born and based duo Hunter/Game have launched their own imprint Just This to publish heir musical passions. The label is inspired by their impressive events of the same name held in secret locations around their home city and first begun together with Matteo from Tale of Us and saw the artists, along with fellow Milano bred artists Mind Against enjoy their formative DJ experiences. After celebrated releases on Innervisions, Rumours, Last Night on Earth, My Favourite Robot, Hot Creations and Diynamic, Hunter/Game have crafted an hypnotic and seducing EP with ‘Genesis’. The EP is proof for their reputation for creating music that inspires the mind, while moving ... Read more

Straf_Werk Closing Podcast #001 By Cristoph

Like last year on December 30, Straf_Werk will hold its closing party at Transformatorhuis, Westerunie and Westerliefde to close of the year in style, one day before everybody else. For the occasion they have called up a league of extraordinary gentlemen to come and pay tribute to 2014. What to expect? Nothing but the finest local acts – GERD, De Sluwe Vos, Job Jobse, Prunk – and a cool selection of international hotshots as well like George Fitzgerald, Agoria, Patrick Topping and an artist that might not ring a bell just yet, but who has been on the right track ... Read more