Tag: Rob Da Bank

Oasis Festival Announces Damian Lazarus, DJ Boring & Stephan Bodzin Amongst New Names For 2018

Four years in, Oasis Festival was the first event of its kind in Morocco. This year, the atmospheric desert oasis will welcome the likes of Actress b2b Mount Kimbie, Avalon Emerson, Derrick Carter b2b The Black Madonna, Nastia, Octo Octa, Paula Temple, Rødhåd, Tim Sweeney and William Djoko, from the already announced names. Now, more names have been announced for the 14 – 16 September festival, as it returns to its original stomping grounds in the stunning Fellah Hotel. Of these names, Damian Lazarus, DJ Boring b2b Demuja, DJ Slyngshot, George Fitzgerald (live), Polyswitch, Rob Da Bank and Stephan Bodzin ... Read more

Premiere: Paresse - Temple (Simple Symmetry Remix)

Originally released in October on Eskimo Recordings, Paresse’s ‘Sloth Machine’ EP won the Swedish producer a legion of new fans attracted to its mix of cosmic disco, balearic house and elegant, emotional electronica. That EP quickly worked its way into sets of DJs such as Moscoman, Marvin & Guy, Phillipi y Rodrigo, Yuksek, Justin Robertson, Rob da Bank, The Aston Shuffle and many more. With the throbbing Italo-disco inspired ‘Temple’ proving to be especially popular with DJs Eskimo have pressed the track onto a limited edition 12”, alongside today’s exclusive premiere, a brand new remix from hotly tipped Russian brothers ... Read more

Mix #125 By Disciples

You might not have heard of them yet, buy after they have been called out by the likes of MistaJam, DJ Target, B.Traits, Toddla T and Rob Da Bank, and because their latest track became Pete Tong’s Essential New Tune, this is sure to change. Disciples earned a plethora of attention for their NewState-issued underground hit ‘Remedy’. Subsequently signed to the FFRR imprint. They’ve since built on their growing reputation with the ‘Catwalk’ EP and the recent ‘Poison Arrow’. Their next step came with the September 22nd release of their new track ‘They Don’t Know’ on FFRR which was premiered ... Read more