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The Magician: Free Download 'Magic Tape 33'21 May, 2013 news
Brand new free download from The Magician, it's Magic Tape 33.
See him at Primaverasound Festival in Barcelona, this Saturday 25th May.
Dave Clarke: Klinch at the Melkweg Amsterdam04 May, 2013 news
While the whole of The Netherlands celebrated the very last Queen's Night in its existence and the installment of the new Dutch King, Dave Clarke and his peers celebrated eight hours of non-stop techno in a packed Melkweg venue (Amsterdam).
After eight consecutive, sold out Amsterdam Dance Event editions at the Melkweg, this mother of all Amsterdam clubs hosted yet another edition of the Dave Clarke Presents event concept on Queen's Night Monday 29th April 2013. Dave Clarke Presents reflects Clarke's versatile and progressive musical taste, always on a quest to find the right balance between established names and upcoming talent.
For this edition, the Briton again managed to compose an impressive line-up featuring Cari Lekebusch, Paul Ritch (live), Steve Rachmad, Perc, Delta Funktionen, Estroe, Mr.Jones and Mirella Kroes.
Dave Clarke: 19 Years of Fuse Free Download01 May, 2013 news
Decked Out's "Baron of Techno"... Dave Clarke celebrates 19 years of Fuse in Brussels, with a free download of his 3 hour set at the club on 13th April 2013.
Brodinski: 'In New DJ's We Trust'12 Apr, 2013 news
Brodinski is the latest recruit to BBC Radio 1's 'In New DJs We Trust' with his unique French slant on house and techno.
The Bloody Beetroots: New Single 'SPANK'19 Mar, 2013 news
The new single from The Bloody Beetroots is 'SPANK' featuring TAI and Bart B More. It is released on Ultra Music on 19th March.
Alex Metric: 'Ammunition 3' EP13 Mar, 2013 news
It's with no hesitation that UK floor-filler Alex Metric drops an assertive 4/4 thump line to initiate the beautiful, diverse and heavy 'Ammunition 3 EP', his second collection of all new tracks for Skrillex's OWSLA collective. The man can't sit still, his provocative sound leaning heavily on UK garage before slamming headlong into breakbeats while rave synth-work fills in the details, and I'm speaking merely about the final cut of the collection. On the four tracks that comprise his newest, diva vocals flit and build around precise claps, stabs punctuate the low-end, flecks of acid permeate the mix; His amalgam is precise and diverse, tied together with a measured ear and impeccable taste.
Alex is an anomaly in his immediate circle of peers, his tunes awash with appreciation for the historical library of UK electronic music while wholeheartedly borrowing the US's most recent, open-armed approach to bass. It's his keen ability to incorporate and reinterpret the influences of the distant past for a wide-eyed audience, and few are doing it better regardless of context. We've seen the first wave crash on western shores, Alex is dead set on proving there's plenty more in the distance.
Crookers: March 2013 Playlist06 Mar, 2013 news
Download the new March 2013 playlist from Crookers, here at iTunes.
Dave Clarke: Re-releases 'Wisdom To The Wise' on Boysnoize24 Feb, 2013 news
Every self-respecting artist who possesses a discography spanning more than two decades should contain certain career highlights when it comes to music releases. In Dave Clarke's case these highlights are simply too many to mention individually, but it's safe to say that Clarke's 'Red' trilogy is considered to be an undisputed milestone in the techno genre and dance scene across the board. It comes as no surprise that DJ Mag incorporated one of the 'Red's in its 'All Time Techno Top 100' list.
One of those true 'Red' techno classics is 'Wisdom To The Wise', taken from 'Red 2'. A raw, uncompromising tune, still championed by many a DJ today 19(!) years after its first release. Boys Noize snapped up 'Wisdom To The Wise' for a well-deserved re-release on the Boysnoize Records imprint.
Steve Rachmad had the timely idea, as if supernaturally aware of the upcoming reissue, and out of the blue came up with two deep and respectful remixes.
Boys Noize, besides providing an up to date solid remix himself, asked Berlin based Marcel Dettmann to rework this DC classic. In addition, Dave wanted the sub bass master Mr. A. Mochi to compliment the original with a fresh new edit which remains very close to Dave's original version.
Out on Boysnoize Records on the 4th of March 2013.
Dave Clarke's White Noise Radio Show Joins Digitally Imported13 Feb, 2013 news
The fact that aspiring producers in the techno and electro genre produce and deliver tracks solely for the purpose of possible inclusion on the White Noise track list, is about the biggest compliment a radio show can get. For many years, Dave Clarke's weekly White Noise radio show has been and still is an absolute institution for global techno and electro heads and is considered to be the blueprint of future techno / electro biggies amongst many.
As of February 2013, the White Noise radio show is expanding to wider territories. White Noise is currently broadcasted on Irish radio station 2FM RTE, on French online platform Radio FG and is available as a podcast on iTunes. As of Monday the 18th of February, the worldwide acknowledged and award winning Digitally Imported (DI.fm) will air White Noise every Monday at 4pm UK time (11am EST) on its techno channel.
Digitally Imported is again nominated for an International Dance Music Award (IDMA) during WMC 2013 for Best Radio Station Global, along with BBC Radio 1, SiriusXM, 538 and Sunshine Live.
Ed Banger 10 Year Anniversary Tour, London Forum12 Feb, 2013 news
Ed Banger Records celebrate their 10 year anniversary, with a special show at The Forum in London on 3rd May, 2013. Presented by Bugged Out and Decked Out, the event will feature sets by:
Martje moved to London from her native Holland in 1987 and worked at the legendary Marquee Club on Charing Cross Road for seven years. She then went to work for Heavenly Records where she was responsible for booking and promoting their weekly Saturday night event 'The Heavenly Social' at Turnmills, EC1. The resident DJs included Fatboy Slim, Chemical Brothers, Jon Carter and Richard Fearless from Death In Vegas.
Martje joined Decked Out as a booking agent in February 2000. She currently represents artists like Dave Clarke, Erol Alkan, Boys Noize, The Crookers, Justin Robertson, The Glimmers and Brodinski, plus most of the highly acclaimed Ed Banger record label roster including Justice, and Busy P amongst others.