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DHA Mix #392 By Robag Wruhme

In 2004, German electronic music veteran Robag Wruhme released his debut full-length, “Wuzzelbud ‘KK”, and now releases the double EP “Wuzzelbud FF” via Hart & Tief, a sub-label of DJ Koze and Marcus Fink’s Pampa Records. This new offering cleverly links the early days of Robag’s career with its status quo as a stylistic follow-up, showcasing a sound he considers to have neglected for too long…“straightforward music for the dancefloor…well, for the pinnacle of my sets at least”. With the release available on Friday, Robag has put together this exclusive mix to traverse the diverse soundscapes he has been known ... Read more

The Ark Cruise Festival Completes Inaugural Lineup With 2MANYDJs, Chris Liebing, Sven Väth & More

The immense ship Freedom Of The Seas that hosts The Ark Cruise Festival is set to create a perfect playground for all desires. With a slew of activities, restaurants, and secrets, the inaugural seaward event has also completed its lineup. With over 90 acts in attendance, the likes of 2MANYDJs, Sven Väth, Axel Boman, B.Traits, Chris Liebing, Cassius, Felix Da Housecat, Richy Ahmed, Henrik Schwarz, and Matador have all been announced. They will join previously announced names like Robag Wruhme (who, alongside Axel Boman will be playing a very special sunrise session), Dennis Ferrer, KiNK, Stephan Bodzin, and more. So, ... Read more

DHA Mix #274 By Bas Dobbelaer

In the thriving house and techno scene of Amsterdam Bas Dobbelaer is someone very much making a name for himself. With a characteristic style, Bas always sets out to find the right sentiment in his sets, be it warm-up or peaking at prime time, describing his sound as “rhythmic and atmospheric” which results in a well thought out collection of music. With this ever growing reputation, Bas has found himself booked alongside artists such as Culoe de Song, Erol Alkan, Robag Wruhme, Patrice Bäumel and Chymera throughout Amsterdam’s biggest venues such as Radion, Cruquiusgilde, Marktkantine and Studio 80. Now, to ... Read more

Interview: Cubicolor

Cubicolor are an emerging act from the Netherlands, making striking house and techno with an emotive flair. Receiving support from the likes of Pete Tong (who named them as, ‘One To Watch for 2015′), Sasha, B.Traits, Lee Burridge, Patrice Baumel, Jonas Rathsman, Axel Boman, and Danny Tenaglia, Cubicolor has quickly been garnering acclaim with one breakthrough release after another. Leading up to the release of their debut album on Anjunadeep later this year, Cubicolor recently dropped their latest received EP “Falling,” which was supported by a hefty remix package, including KOMPAKT contributor Robag Wruhme. The EP also featured London based ... Read more

Premiere: Cubicolor ft. Tim Digby – Falling (Robag Wruhme Remix)

It’s been tipped as the breakthrough track of Dutch newcomer duo Cubicolor. ‘Falling’ will be released as a single from the upcoming debut album due on Anjunadeep. The single is supported with a hefty remix package to up the buzz, one of which is by none other than KOMPAKT contributor Robag Wruhme. “Falling” also features London based Tim Digby-Bell, one of the founding members of the experimental-indie band Duologue. Cubicolor has counted on a diverse range of supporters thus far. Pete Tong has been their ultimate champion, naming them as ‘One To Watch for 2015’ in his Reddit AMA interview, as well ... Read more

Party Report: Adriatique (All Night)

Last Saturday saw Amsterdam’s NGHTDVSN & De Marktkantine  host one of dance music’s finest duos, Adriatique who graced a packed crowd with, what was surely, a very special open to close set. The Swiss Adrians have been nothing short of a phenomenon since joining forces in 2008. They have released on a who’s who of the world’s finest labels including their native city’s Cityfox, Brooklyn’s Wolf + Lamb, and, of course, Solomun’s mighty Diynamic, of which they are a seminal member of the family (and thus, no strangers to the city of Amsterdam). This was the first time I had experienced Adriatique ... Read more

Festival Report: Dekmantel

Friday & Saturday by Steve Rickinson Sunday by Soren Schmidt Over the past weekend, it was time once again for one of the continent’s finest underground House and Techno festivals, Dekmantel. In its third year, the intimate festival held at the beautiful Amsterdamse Bos, did not disappoint with an absolutely stacked lineup of some of our favourite artists from across the globe. At first glance, the lineup featuring the likes of Four Tet, Jeff Mills, Dixon, Ricardo Villalobos & Zip, Robert Hood, Jackmaster, Tale of Us, and the rest of the who’s who of underground beats, was salivating, rightfully selling out its ... Read more

Morocco’s Oasis Festival Announces Second Wave of Artists

A new festival experience will arrive in Morocco this summer, with the debut edition of Oasis, taking place from 11-13 September, and with it comes today’s announcement of the event’s second wave of artists. Nestled on the outskirts of the bustling city of Marrakech at the stunning Fellah Hotel, Oasis is unlike any other event in the region, with DJ Harvey, Âme, Guy Gerber, Ellen Allien, Matthew Dear, Chloé and Axel Boman already set to perform. Now, the second wave of acts has been revealed. Along with an exclusive b2b set from Cassy and tINI, acts including Dyed Soundorom, Gerd Janson, Nicole Moudaber and ... Read more

Buiten Westen Festival Stages Pt. 3: Next Monday’s Hangover

Very soon, we’ll be totaling down the last couple of days until Buiten Westen will kick off for its 3rd edition and we have a few more tips on where you should keep close during the festival. So with July 19th around the corner, there is just one more stage that we strongly recommend you to pay close attention to, as its organizers have been roaming Amsterdam’s night life vigorously and found the perfect recipe of sound. Mission By the name of Next Monday’s Hangover, they show little to no concern to the sung sound around them, as they devote ... Read more

DGTL Stages Part 1: Kompakt & Innervisions

Only sixty-something more days to go until DGTL Festival 2014 will take place in Amsterdam during the Easter weekend. Be there when some of the most acknowledged organizations in the industry will send their finest underground electronica soldiers into the battlefields at the NDSM Docklands. Armed with some of the most contagious weapons of mass eruption, the artists are equipped to come, see and conquer – not only your oozy auditory canals, but also that hidden place in your brain where you store the most exceptional memories. Located on the waterfront of the city harbour, DGTL Festival has chosen the perfect ... Read more