Tag: Roni Size

Premiere: Paris Green - Feelin’ (Jonathan Kaspar Remix) [Get Physical Music]

Since 2015, Jonathan Kaspar has turned heads with his characterful tech house productions on labels such as Pets Recordings, Upon You and Objektivity. Here, Jonathan debut’s with Get Physical Music as the label also welcomes back Paris Green for a superb new single, ‘Feelin’ with a pair of remixes. Today, we premiere the first of these remixes, which is an enchanting, dramatic track on a grand scale. It has a simmering lead synth line and drums brood below it before breaking into a deep groove. The original’s vocals float up top and send shivers down the spine, making this the ... Read more

Diverse Moovin’ Festival To Feature Roni Size, Roy Ayers, Giles Peterson & More

Moovin Festival is back with another boutique bass, funk, soul, reggae, house , jazz, and d&b gathering. At Moovin, many bases are covered, with the godfather of Neo Soul Mr Roy Ayres making a rare UK festival appearance. He will be joined by Shaun Rider’s Black Grape who have a new indie dance album coming in summer. Bristolian d&b legend Roni Size will be performing a brand new live hardware show, while world music champion Giles Peterson also brings his eclectic bag of records. Acid house pioneers 808 State will be performing live alongside Hacienda Djs such as Mike Pickering, ... Read more

The Social Festival Rounds Out Lineup With Loco Dice & Goldie

September’s Social Festival have unveiled the final names to be added to their already stacked lineup of industry heavyweights and they do not disappoint. Joining the likes of Sasha & Digweed, Laurent Garnier, Carl Cox, and (way) more, will be two living legends of dance. First up, representing the sounds of Desolat will be the one and only Loco Dice, who will be providing an extended set. Secondly, Drum & Bass legend (and Order of the British Empire member) Goldie. Goldie will join fellow D&B legends Roni Size & High Contrast on Sunday, 10 September, while Loco Dice joins the ... Read more

Take Note Conference, Aimed At Students & Young Professionals, Launches

Electronic music is potentially very lucrative but notoriously hard to break into as an industry, with countless new and talented young people seeking their spot in a saturated market. Take Note is a new music conference dedicated entirely to music students and young professionals, with less focus on high-level industry networking and more focus on learning and steering careers in a comfortable, inspiring and inviting environment. On Saturday 21st November, Take Note will stage its debut event at Second Home, an exciting new cultural venue and workspace for creative individuals in East London that has established itself as a hub ... Read more