Tag: Ralph Lawson

DHA Mix #233 By Barem

Barem released his first successful track as a free download in 2005 and a year later was already being featured by Minus. His prolific output with Richie Hawtin‘s seminal purveyor of minimal techno, saw him release a series of EPs, occupying lineups like Mutek and Movement, culminating with the release of his 2011 long player, “After The Storm”. After extensive touring with his live show, Barem got back to releasing music around 2014, with work on the likes of Leftroom Limited, Mindshake, SCI+TEC and Moon Harbour. See also: Interview: Barem Now, taking his sound to new heights, the Argentinian pioneer ... Read more

Mix #130 By Franck Roger

38-year-old French producer Franck Roger is a favoured crate digger and has a deep connection to the historic roots of house music. The first time he heard ‘Promised Land’ by Joe Smooth he became desperate to find out everything he could about house music. Too young to go out at his age back then, he found solace in visiting record shops in and outside his hometown Paris. A long-lasting relationship with the wax was initiated. Now, he says, he still lives in Paris and still buys up to 15 bits of vinyl a week. But these days, he’s actually the ... Read more

Mix #113 by Ralph Lawson

Our 112th podcast comes from a DJ that holds the records for the longest ever residency in recent underground electronic music. Ralph Lawson, a Leeds based DJ, kicked off his career and played the very first record in the legendary British club “Back to Basics” where to this date, he withholds a residency. In his recent history, Ralph played and got accredited in some of the world’s most respected night clubs around the world, where he obtained esteemed residencies among clubs such as Space Ibiza, Barcelona’s Loft and Berlin’s Watergate club. Ralph caught the Acid bug back in 1988 as ... Read more