Category: Premiere

Premiere: Yes Father – 1969 (Dino Lenny & Francesco Farfa Mix) [Roam Recordings]

After the success of Everything You Say, Yes Father (aka Dino Lenny and Francesco Farfa) returns to Roam Recordings with another big single – 1969 – backed by Italian cohorts Marvin & Guy. The Dino Lenny and Francesco Farfa mix is a full powered belter with melodic twist and turns balancing out the gritty interludes through the track. The Marvin & Guy Dub mix is a trippy take on the original with hypnotic synths and congas floating over a quirky bassline. Premiere: Yes Father – 1969 (Dino Lenny & Francesco Farfa Mix) [Roam Recordings] Release Date: 21-10-2020 // Buy here FB ... Read more

Premiere: Pyrame – The Fine Line Between Us (Local Suicide Remix) [Thisbe Recordings]

Pyrame is releasing 4 remixes on his very own label Thisbe Recordings with his newest EP: ”The Pace of Everything that Lives”. With Radial Gaze, Days of Being Wild, Local Suicide and Skelesys all chiming in on the tracklist, be prepared for some dark and intense grooving to come out of this one. Combining the elements of disco, rock, industrial, and techno, these pioneering producers all have their unique ways of approaching Pyrame’s passionate themes of relationships, freedom, life, and love. Kicking it off is the St Petersburg duo Andrey & Stas, better known as Radial Gaze. Their remix of Colours (à l’infini) is an ... Read more

Premiere: Rose Ringed – What We Do For Love [Closed Eyes Recordings]

Rose Ringed’s 10th EP on Closed Eyes Recordings named “from the Heart” tells a personal story. This EP is all about love and its infinite scope of feelings it triggers. The first track named: What We Do For Love starts out with a dreamy 8 chord progression followed by classic Rose Ringed 16th note baseline and hi-hats. The track is all about the huge break which builds down slowly and then explodes into an ’80s like melody which makes you feel both euphoric and nostalgic at the same time. This is some fist-pumping main stage material and also Rose’s favorite track ... Read more

Premiere: Adana Twins & Echonomist – Into The Night [TAU]

Here’s a special treat for our worldwide TAU family, a dream team collaboration as label heads Adana Twins link up with Echonomist. It’s been a hugely successful year for both acts, Adana Twins hitting a seemingly endless purple patch with their Diynamic release ‘My Computer’ sitting in Beatport’s Indie Dance Top 10 for a whole year, while they remixed Josh Wink’s classic ‘Higher State Of Consciousness’ and entered the Indie Dance at No.1 with a stunning collab with WhoMadeWho on Kompakt. Meanwhile, Echonomist has had a similarly impressive run, also appearing on WhoMadeWho’s EP, as well as dropping his debut ... Read more

Premiere: Los Suruba – En Las Dalias (Santiago Garcia Interpretation Mix) [Nazca]

We are living strange, particular times and, as we go through it all, music is still our best ally. The Nazcas, the ones that live through art and beauty, and the Viracochas, beings from a distant world that blend and solidarize with us, know this. They´ve come once more to inspire the artists at Nazca Records to write history through electronic beats. This next release is a reflection of our current days. The world on lock-down has pushed our characters and artists to move forward and define their destiny. Through hard work, Los Suruba have managed to put together a ... Read more

Premiere: Rotciv – Number Of Names [Freeride Millenium]

Hot on the heels of their proud new charity project and first ever compilation ‘Freeride Millenium presents Queer Base’, the label returns with an evocative EP from Brazilian artist Rotciv, also appearing on vinyl in collaboration with Pauls Musique. DJing since 1996 and Berlin based since 2010, Rotciv has been playing places like the acclaimed Panorama Bar, Frankfurt’s legendary Robert Johnson club, and the Cocktail D’Amore parties for many years. He runs Mister Mistery, a label focused on house music, while also releasing himself on Luv Shack, Unterton (Ostgut Ton) Skylax and many more. All this comes alongside his The ... Read more

Sebastian Mullaert with musicians of the Tonhalle Orchester Zürich – No Words for a Beautiful World

Sebastian Mullaert releases ‘No Words For A Beautiful World’ from his upcoming album ‘Natthall’ Electronic music producer and classically trained violinist, Sebastian Mullaert broke into the house and techno scene in the mid-nineties winning international acclaim with his work as a producer and live performer. Sebastian’s upcoming album, Natthall, in collaboration with musicians of the Tonhalle Orchester Zürich, sees Mullaert returning to his roots as a classical musician but this time approached from the perspective of an electronic artist. The album seamlessly and intricately weaves the threads of electronic and classical music from composition down to execution. Natthall will be ... Read more

Premiere: Kezokichi – Ess Tie (Freudenthal Remix) [Blindetonation]

Tokyo’s Kezokichi steps up with a new package on his own Blindetonation label that comes boosted by superb remixes from Freudenthal and Arthur Johnson. During his time in London, Kezokichi made a big impression with slick sets at his own “Back To Back” events held in the hippest quarters of the capital. He built up a cult following for his fresh take on dark disco and his label has now become a real bastion for such sounds from key artists all over the world. His own studio sound is at the vanguard of this scene and now he leads from ... Read more

Premiere: Nico Morano Feat. GinGin – Believe [Ontourage]

Nico Morano pushes onward with the second release on his OnTourage imprint: ‘Believe’ (Feat. GinGin) A few months after firing up his Ontourage label with debut release ‘Blackout’, Nico Morano is stepping up to drop another grade A record on his imprint. Featuring GinGin on vocals, ‘Believe’ underscores the global appeal of the Belgian house mainstay’s trademark sound whilst simultaneously paving the way for a special Early Morning remix from Nandu to follow soon after. For this second single release on his Ontourage imprint, label boss Nico Morano conjured up a rich and wondrous soundscape. From the warm chords to ... Read more

Premiere: Nandu – Horisont [TAU]

Over the last couple of years, Nandu has made quite an impact, dropping several releases both with Innervisions on their Secret Weapons compilations, his massive cut ‘Child Of A Child’ leveled dance floors across the world last year, and now he’s landed on TAU with four new cuts fresh from his lab. Kicking off with ‘Horisont’, a bumpin’ cut with dense kicks and an energy-fueled main melody which bounces around the mid-range. Shimmering synths complement the riff, transporting us from our mortal bodies into another vibrational dimension. This is the one we’re premiering with you today. Then we have ‘Outlined’, ... Read more

Premiere: Delhia de France reworks Robot Koch’s track “All Forms are Unstable”

Robot Koch’s latest album, The Next Billion Years, is as musically as it is philosophically ambitious. Inspired by a mysterious recording the German producer serendipitously came across of the 20th century French explorer, Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the album imagines and gives sounds to a far distant future, “When I first heard the recording I was really blown away by its long term vision. When we think about the future we usually think about our own lifetime or the one of our children, but who really thinks a thousand or a million years into the future? Or even better, a billion years?” ... Read more

Premiere: Roman Flügel remixes Christian Löffler’s “Bergen”

In March this year, Christian Löffler released Lys, an album recorded and compiled in the serenity of his home studio. Christian now invites German electro veteran, Roman Flügel to add his own colours to Lys’ track Bergen. While produced within four walls, Lys’ grounding comes from what lies beyond them: light. What unifies these songs is the process behind them. Waking up early, Löffler would head for a run in the nearby woodlands before settling in his studio. He’d cast his mind back to the early morning and reflect on how the light had changed, marking the passing of time during ... Read more

Premiere: 8Kays – Berlin [Blaufield]

8Kays returns to Booka Shade’s Blaufield Music imprint to deliver her second EP on the label, called ‘Rolling’, including Berlin, which we are premiering today.  Kyiv-based DJ and producer Iryna Shvydka, aka 8Kays, has emerged to become a key rising name of note over the past two years, with releases via the likes of Sincopat, Disco Halal, Eleatics and her own 8Music imprint, whilst also featuring as a regular member of the Blaufield Music family. Having recently returned to the label to remix label founders Booka Shade and Eli & Fur’s ‘To The Sea’, and following on from her stand ... Read more

Premiere: Daniel Monaco – Middle Fist [Slow Motion]

Slow Motion is back with ‘Italian Synth Planetarium’, the ultimate mammoth dance compilation featuring three volumes of heterogeneous night anthems, including Daniel Monaco. Deriving from the on-going Italian Dance Wave series, this compilation showcases the best Italian electronic artists from around the world. The unmissable grooves weave through the best of the Slow Motion roster including eight debut artists. This massive release will be distributed digitally plus a cassette with a megamix of the tracks provided by maestros Franz Scala and Fabrizio Mammarella. All proceeds from the release will be split between the wonderful artists on the compilation, who have faced a rough ... Read more

DHA FM Mix #457 by Phred Noir

Phred Noir is the co-founder of La dame Noir (Bar, Club, Label), art director & DJ based in Marseille, South of France. Phred Noir has been producing tracks with Amevicious under “La dame Noir” name for different labels (Meant, Factor City, Blindetonation, LdN Rds). He is also been releasing records on “My Favorite Robot” as Slow Porn alongside Remain from Meant Records. From Balearic Disco to Slow Techno via Dark Disco, from the seaside to the latest dance floor, Phred Noir likes to play between 100 & 120 BPM and feels even better right in the middle. He is known ... Read more