Currently on his inaugural tour of Australia, Khen is following up on his Vivrant EP from this past summer by returning to Bedrock in December with a remix for a legendary label staple artist. He is also expected to return to Guy J’s Lost & Found with an EP that effectively follows up on his debut album. With that, Khen has been kind enough to provide this interpretation of Paul Ursin‘s ‘Way Out’ as an exclusive FREE DOWNLOAD. You may have heard this track played out over the past few months, and also on Patrice Baumel‘s well received Essential Mix.
With Guy J, Sasha, industry media and an exponentially growing fan base across the globe, all signs point to Khen as the next big thing to come out of the dance music hot bed that is Israel. With a hypnotic and emotionally charged style featured here before, Khen possesses a truly idiosyncratic sound that transcends genre. After years of honing his skills both in the studio and behind the decks, his music has since reached Guy Mantzur‘s Plattenbank imprint, as well as Nick Warren’s Hope, Hernan Cattaneo’s Sudbeat, John Digweed‘s Bedrock, and Guy J’s Lost & Found. See also: DHA Mix #285 By Khen Now, Khen debuts on Jeremy Olander‘s Vivrant imprint ... Read more
Sweden’s Jeremy Olander continues to go full steam ahead after what may have very well been the biggest year of his career. Due in no small part to the launch of his own label Vivrant, the imprint has gone strength to strength since its inception with four (out of its five) releases going boasting Beatport #1’s, as well as a five continent label tour and a massive hometown showcase alongside Henry Saiz, Finnebassen and Charlie Don’t Surf. See also: DHA Mix #265 By Jeremy Olander Never one to succumb to trends and with an uncanny ability to present something surprising ... Read more
Stockholm’s own Jeremy Olander is perceived to be one of the dons in defining progressive style. Adding his Scandinavian touch to each and every track, he is able to add a perplexing twist to his productions that take us on a journey through time (and space preferably). Now, early in the year, Jeremy set for a huge and productive 2017. Here, Jeremy brings the underground sound of Stockholm, as well as his renowned Vivrant imprint, to DHA with this exclusive mixtape. make sure you catch him somewhere in the world as he is currently embarked on a multi-continent tour. Find ... Read more
Describing his own sound as something that is both dark and mysterious, Jeremy Olander delivers exactly that in his new track today. Stockholm’s own Jeremy Olander is perceived to be one of the dons in defining progressive style. Adding his Scandinavian touch to each and every track, he is able to add a perplexing twist to his productions that take us on a journey through time (and space preferably). The DJ and producer reflects on 2016 as a huge year and is set out to have a very productive 2017. He’s currently working on projects with Christoph matched with a forthcoming ... Read more
Canadian producer Eekkoo premieres his new track Nightingale today. Nightingale is the title track of his EP, that consists of 3 tracks each hosting a delicate touch combined with powerful basslines. Montereal’s own, Eekkoo, is lining himself up to finish a monumental year. The DJ/Producer’s past as working as a sound engineer is probably what allows the producer to create consistently diverse sounds that never fall out of place nor lose sight. 2014 marked a pivotal moment in his musical career. His 5 track compilation ‘Hell Is Other People’ absolutely smashed the iTunes and Beatport charts resulting in being accredited ... Read more