Author: Emeric Dally

Rico is co-founder at Bimini Records. He is also a Tour Guide, Tri-Athlete and go-go Dancer in Miami. Originally from Paris, and part of the music duo Wolf Story.

Premiere: Marst - Pluie Rouge (Sébastien Léger Remix)

Laurent Garnier’s new protégé MARST is making some serious noise with his latest creation “Pluie Rouge”. The EP consists of an original track and a remix by Sebastien Leger. We chose to premiere here the remix by the latter. Following releases on Play My Track, Armada and Parquet, Leger lands on Chouette Musique. Leger is one of those legendary Djs who stayed true to his beliefs, being active in the scene for over 2 decades. Just look at his upcoming gigs to understand what kind of DJ he is…going to China, the U.K., Austria and ADE just for the month ... Read more

Premiere: Nihil Young & Less Hate - My Friend (Original Mix)

Let us introduce you to the world of Nihil Young aka Less Hate. Make no mistake, this prolific artist doesn’t care about any trend, rarely plays at any of the gigantic commercial festivals but the man truly makes good music. In an industry that is now so often formatted, where most artists are pushed to do something similar to their neighbors, Nihil subsists and has been running now his label Frequenza Records for over 7 years. First mentored by John Acquaviva, his releases are now a true form of expression, just look at their titles, “True Shaming”, “Touched The Sky” ... Read more

Premiere: Sam Goku – Seeds (Original Mix)

Chouette Musique is a new imprint coming from France. Following their first release with Rudy & Less Hate, they now deliver their 2nd EP named “Seeds” by Sam Goku and Sam Pauli on the remix. Sam Goku is an up and coming talent based out of Munich. For the Munich clubs connoisseurs, Goku is making a name for himself at venues like BobBeamanClub, Bullit and many more…Sam Pauli is behind famous imprint Chapter 24, a label consistently featured around the world. Today we chose to host the full premiere of Goku’s original track “Seeds” on Deep House London. Sam Goku ... Read more

Premiere: Darin Epsilon & Philip Chedid – Endless Sands of Time (Original Mix)

Darin Epsilon is a well known Los Angeles based DJ and the mastermind behind Perspectives Digital . We find him in full form with his Miami friend Philip Chedid for a collab named “Endless Sands of Time” out soon on Parquet Recordings. From Argentina to Kenya and the U.K, Darin delivers sharp Deep House and melodic Techno sets to his eager fans who always want more. Back in 2011, the Chicago native won a competition orchestrated by Beatport and mister John Digweed himself. Since then, Darin’s special skills as a producer put him to the top, with signings on Chapter 24, Global Underground, ... Read more

MMW Party Report: John Digweed @ Treehouse

After going at Treehouse on Friday, making everybody laugh by saying “My name is on the guest list for John Digweed” and the door girl responds, “Tonight is Hernan Catteneo & Nick Warren” I finally go back on the right day, Saturday, and this time my name is on the list…yes, that’s what five days of Miami Music Week does to you. Whether you like electronic music or not, going to a John Digweed event is the kind of show you want to experience at least once in a lifetime. If you ever meet someone who attended one, he will ... Read more

Premiere + Interview: Dance Spirit + David Scuba – Dust (Original Mix)

Between his gigs in NYC, London, and L.A, David Scuba is a pretty busy DJ. He is behind the respected imprint Superfreq, running it with his partner Mr. C. He is also an accomplished producer with several EPs out on Desert Hearts Records, some of them with his Spaniard buddies Dance Spirit and a few on his own label, working with the likes of Pattern Drama, Silky, and Finley. It is no surprise that the New York native is a workaholic, touring the world on the weekends and managing a team at his corporate job in Los Angeles during the ... Read more

[Editorial] Ultra Who? In Miami, It’s All About Art Basel

Every December, the city of Miami welcomes Art Basel back to the beach. Widely considered the largest gathering for Contemporary Arts in the United States, the event, which launched in 2002, has directly coincided with a rise in the city’s street art, especially in its Wynwood Arts District. In addition to the multitude of art shows, many quality musical talents feature each and every year, with last year’s edition bringing the likes of Guy Gerber, Damian Lazaraus, Richie Hawtin, Bedouin, Art Department, Green Velvet, Tiga, Pillowtalk, Soul Clap and many more… This year, the musical choices were diverse and plenty. ... Read more