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Progressive / John Digweed - Transitions Volume 4
« on: 25/03/08, 17:20 »
John Digweed - Transitions Volume 4
Since it's launch Transitions has become one of - if not - the most anticipated releases in the compilation calendar; over the past two years its single disc, twice-yearly format has provided dance music fans a regular, contemporary snapshot of John. Now the first chapter in the Transitions' series reaches its conclusion with the highly anticipated fourth volume.

"This was perhaps the hardest one yet," says Digweed, "The proximity between releases meant each new volume was strongly influenced by its predecessor - as we moved from one to the other they had to relate and make sense. "

So, a real challenge. Just how did John go about tackling it?

"I've developed the amount of tracks and layering over the series," he elaborates, "And we've taken it to the next level with this latest volume, it's the most intense and intrinsic yet, which meant replacements, additions, editing and a lot of time consuming assessments and re-assessments."

Over the course of 22 tracks and 73 minutes John weaves a unique musical thread. From favourites such as Ink & Needle, Guy J and Pig & Dan through to welcome debuts from Henry Saiz, Myers Briggs or Soliquid, all are concisely constructed in the mix to the point where 3 are often playing at anyone time. Infact, due the resulting complexity, John decided to re-structure the trackmark points to better reflect the more developed passages – and so 22 records became 10 (see full tracklist below), as he elaborates, "In trackmarking this way I am able to highlight the unique qualities of the mix. Whilst it hopefully retains that signature Digweed sound, I've used modern production techniques to create an album that's unlike anything you'll ever hear me do in a club.But its all still in the progressive house roots with some mixture of the latest elements.

And the future? "Let's keep it about this latest volume for now," John affirms, "Otherwise I think I'd be doing it a disservice!" We couldn't agree more: Transitions Vol.4 is one of the most original compilations you'll hear this year and a fitting finale to the series in its current guise.

Look out for the mini Podcast of this later this week on www.johndigweed.com which will give you a rough idea of what to expect as well as a chance to win 1 of 10 signed copies.

You can pre-order any day now from www.recordsstore.co.uk/johndigweed with the first 200 signed by Diggers.

John Digweed - Transitions Volume 4
Label: Renaissance Recordings| Release Date: Monday, April 14, 2008

   1. Julien Parise - A5B (Mirko Remix)
   2. Henry Saiz - From Empty Lands
      Guy J - Geko
   3. Jeff Bennett - In Spite
      Kabale und Liebe & Daniel Sanchez - Mumbling Yeah (Loco Dice Tribute Remix)
   4. Nightguy - Pretty Face
      Henry Saiz - From Tangled Seas
      Myers Briggs - Forever
   5. Sian - Wear Your Scars Like Medals
      Kim Runic - Suspicious Blue
      Two Lone Swordsmen - Shack 54 (Jet Project remix)
   6. Plasmik - Pitch It (Claude VonStroke Remix)
      Jamie Stevens - Keep Her Space (Smith & Selway's Control Mix)
   7. Jerome Sydenham and Tiger Stripes - Elevation (Ink & Needle Remix)
      Guy J - Under Pressure
   8. Pascal Feos & Marc Mirror - Rezolution
      Spector - Mineral Drive (Jamie Stevens Remix)
      Jörg Burger - Superpicture
   9. Pig & Dan - Dreams of Bells
      Emmanuel - Parade (Original Mix)
  10. Soliquid - Piknic Bugz (Original Mix)
      Soliquid - Piknic Bugz (Gone Wild Mix)


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ada poto yg nyangkut nih  *tepuktangan*

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 ;) ;)


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 ;)

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New label '154 Records,' launches this December 10th with a four track EP entitled 'History'. The EP showcases the nu-skool progressive sound that label founder Ian Van Boorn states will set it apart from other labels. With a full promo campaign underway, the 'History' EP is attracting serious tastemaker attention as 154 Records prepares for its launch through all the leading digital portals.

154 Records is the culmination of a career immersed in dance music and club culture. It's an outlet for electronic music without boundaries, that comes from the heart. Ian Van Boorn is the creative force behind 154 records; a man on a mission. Van Boorn has lived a life consumed by dance music. Spending years in various guises, he has DJ'ed and produced dance music across an array of genres, always with one uniting factor; he knows how to make the dance floor move.

The 'History' EP, delivers four tracks produced by Ian Van Boorn and gives a taster of what to expect as 154 enters the dance arena. With four tracks; the tougher, uplifting sound of 'History', the hook-laden, driving sound of 'All Of Me', the hypnotic groove of 'Higher Lows' and the deeper, riff-driven 'Tribia', this is an EP that makes a true statement of intent.

The sound of 154 Records is difficult to categorise; pulsing tribal beats, yet soaked with the emotion of trance; distorted electro sounds immersed in twisted grooves, this is the sound of old skool progressive but with a modern slant; the nu skool progressive.

Van Boorn comments, "The 154 label sound is like a bag of m&m's; you're not sure what you're going to get, but you know it'll be tasty, taking the best from all dance genres and moulding them into something new, without being afraid of the boxes."

Ian Van Boorn has delivered the music that he always wanted to and 154 Records has landed, with a nod to the past and a foot in the door of the future.

 *tepuktangan* *tepuktangan* *tepuktangan*

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siapapun yag menjadi juara tidaklah masalah....
tetapi tetaplah agressive dan konsisten utk kancah dance scene di indonesia,supaya lebih maju lagi...terutama untuk juaranya...

good luck  *bgs* *bgs* *bgs*

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House / OM : DUBAI (OM RECORDS/HIGHNOTE) new release
« on: 15/11/07, 17:19 »
CD 1 (ANDY CALDWELL)
 1.  Deep Surprise (Florian Kruse Vocal Cut) [ Samantha James ]
 2.  Love Hurts  [ Florian Kruse ] 
 3.  Sunlight  [ Jamie Anderson ft. Marlek Alexander ]
 4.  All Woman (No Dolls Remix)  [ Skwerl ] 
 5.  Da Bump (Ame vs. Mr. V Vocal Mix)  [ Mr. v ft. Miss Patty ] 
 6.  Guessin Again (Yass Remix)  [ Mark Grant ft. Russoul ] 
 7.  Summertime (DJ Fudge Dub)  [ Funk La Planet All Stars ft. Toni Smith ]
 8.  Changes (NYC Sexy Mix)  [ DJ Disciple, David Tirt & DJ Ruff ] 
 9.  Dogg Star (Fiasco`s Conduction Mashup)  [ Ladybug Mecca ] 
 10.  Faith Healer  [ Eric Kupper Pres. K-Scope ]
 11.  Woman Of The Sun (Francois Dubois Sunshine Vocal)  [ Onionz ft. El Feco ] 
 12.  Uberknocker (Nikola Gala Remix)  [ Nikola Gala & Scope ]
 13.  I`m Not Afraid Of The Future (Jimpster Mix)  [ Akabu ]
 14.  When I Sleep (Andy Caldwell Goes To Sweden Vocal)  [ The Changes ] 
 15.  Unity (Main Cut)  [ Jamie Lewis ] 

CD 2 (CHARL CHAKA)
 1.  Intro
 2.  Fire In My Soul (Johnny Fiasco`s Flame On Mix  [ Soul Deep Collective ] 
 3.  The Message  [ Johnny Fiasco ] 
 4.  Go Deep!  [ Johnny Fiasco ]
 5.  Robbin & Stealin (Hawley`s Crime Pays Remix)  [ Tommy Largo ] 
 6.  Love Could Be (Town Mix)  [ Town & Country ] 
 7.  I Like It  [ Damien Bailey ft. Dollybird ]
 8.  My Headphones (420 Re-Rub)  [ Joshua Heath ] 
 9.  We Doing It  [ Quality Control ]
 10.  How Ya`ll Feelin  [ Joshua Heath ] 
 11.  Tina`s Groove  [ Stank Dubz ]
 12.  Wrong Crowd  [ Ken ECB ]
 13.  Playtime  [ Troydon ] 
 14.  Me And My Big Grill  [ Joel Brittain ] 
 15.  U Got That  [ Style Of Eye ]
 16.  Funky Guitar (Mastiksoul Remix)  [ DJ Sneak ]
 17.  Sultan Of Swing  [ Candy Dealers ] 


V/A  OM : DUBAI
HIGH NOTE RECORDS  House  2007/11/23

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Thinkingoutloudasia

ATTICA SHANGHAI


Mixed By Jo Mills & Jon White

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Main Talk / DJ MAG TOP 150 (2007) ...HOT NEWS !!!
« on: 25/10/07, 16:37 »
No comment....


1 Armin van Buuren
2 Tiesto
3 John Digweed
4 Paul van Dyk
5 Sasha
6 Above and Beyond
7 Carl Cox
8 Ferry Corsten
9 Infected Mushroom
10 David Guetta
11 Deep Dish
12 Paul Oakenfold
13 Markus Schulz
14 Hernan Cattaneo
15 Sander van Doorn
16 Eddie Halliwell
17 James Zabiela
18 Astrix
19 Richie Hawtin
20 Marco V
21 Judge Jules
22 Fedde le Grand
23 Gabriel and Dresden
24 Erick Morillo
25 Roger Sanchez
26 ATB
27 Sven Vath
28 Yahel
29 Umek
30 Andy Moor
31 Gareth Emery
32 Benny Benassi
33 Axwell
34 Mauro Picotto
35 Sander Kleinenberg
36 Eric Prydz
37 Blank and Jones
38 Bad Boy Bill
39 Pete Tong
40 DJ Vibe
41 Tiga
42 Steve Lawler
43 Danny Tenaglia
44 Ronski Speed
45 Nic Fanciulli
46 Steve Angello
47 Nick Warren
48 Matt Hardwick
49 Ricardo Villalobos
50 James Holden
51 Mark Knight
52 The Thrillseekers
53 Marco Bailey
54 Anderson Noise
55 Lange
56 Offer Nissim
57 Kyau and Albert
58 Justice
59 Matt Darey
60 Timo Maas
61 Danny Howells
62 Menno De Jong
63 Bob Sinclar
64 John Acqaviva
65 Agnelli and Nelson
66 Fatboy Slim
67 Andy C
68 Ricky Stone
69 Donald Glaude
70 Desyn Masiello
71 Daft Punk
72 Martin Solveig
73 BT
74 Chris Liebling
75 Valentino Kanzyani
76 Trentmoller
77 Jeff Mills
78 John Graham
79 Robbie Rivera
80 The Chemical Brothers
81 Luciano
82 Hype
83 Lisa Lashes
84 Filo and Peri
85 Lee Burridge
86 Armand van Helden
87 Magda
88 Dave Seaman
89 Victor Calderone
90 Dave Clarke
91 Richard Durand
92 Westbam
93 Sebastien Leger
94 Chus and Ceballos
95 Wally Lopez
96 Bookla Shade
97 Adam Beyer
98 Dirty South
99 Erol Alkan
100 Laurent Garnier
101 Skazi
102 Tall Paul
103 Stanton Warriors
104 Lisa Pin Up
105 Sean Tyas
106 Mario Piu
107 John O Callaghan
108 Johan Gielen
109 DJ Rush
110 Antonie Clamaran
111 Aly and Fila
112 Cosmic Gate
113 Rank 1
114 Boys Noize
115 Krafty Kuts
116 Darude
117 Laidback Luke
118 John OO Flemming
119 Alex MORPH
120 John Askew
121 Astral Projection
122 Chris Lake
123 Marco Lenzi
124 Satoshi Tomiie
125 Digitalism
126 Dennis Ferrer
127 Super 8 and DJ Tab
128 Misstress Barbara
129 Marco Carola
130 Sebastian Ingrosso
131 Miss Kittin
132 Andy Whitby
133 Gui Boratto
134 Simon Posford
135 Tocadisco
136 Alex Kidd
137 Stephan Bodzin
138 Steve Porter
139 David Morales
140 Loco Dice
141 Joachim Garraud
142 Leon Boiler
143 James Lavelle
144 John Dahlback
145 The Plump DJs
146 Luke Fair
147 The Tidy Boys
148 Pendulum
149 Josh Wink
150 Dave Spoon

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PART 1
1. DAVID GUETTA-BABY WHEN THE LIGHTS GO OUT-WHITE
2. BLACKBOX-EVERYBODY EVERYBODY-BENNY BENASSI MIX-WHITE
3. DEK31-GNUK-ROBBIE RIVERA MIX JUICY MUSIC
4. STEVE ANGELLO-UMBRELLA-DATA
5. ROBBIE RIVERA FEAT C&C MUSIC FACTORY-AYE AYE AYE-JUICY MUSIC
6. BRIAN CROSS-SUNNY RAIN-RIVERA MIX JUICY MUSIC
7. CLASSIC TUNE OF THE WEEK *SOUL HEAVEN-STRINGS OF LIFE-MTV & MK MIX DEFECTED
8. MY PERSONAL FAVORITE TRACK THIS WEEK *SAMIM-HEATER-GET PHYSICAL
9. DIRTY SOUTH-LET IT GO-AXWELL MIX AXTONE

PART 2


1. 4TH CHILD-NOW I FOUND YOU-ROBBIE RIVERA MIX HIT RECORDS
2. ROBOT NEEDS OIL-DEFECTED-WHITE
3. J.LOUIS FERRAN,TIKARO-SHINE ON ME-RIVERA MIX JUICY MUSIC
4. SHLOMI ABER & ITAMAR SAGI "BLONDA” TOOLROOM
5. LEE WHARTON-SYMPHONY-YOSHITOSHI
6. SNEAKERZ MUZIK-FUNKWINDEE-ERICK E MIX SPINNIN
7. JUANES-LA CAMISA NEGRA-ROBBIE RIVERA BOOTY MIX CDR
8. JUICESTRING-SEXWEED-LAIDBACK LUKE STEALTH
9. DEEGRES OF MOTION-I WANT YOU-MISHA DANIELS MIX WHITE
10. SHARAM-BE THE CHANGE-WHITE

SAT SEPT 29

PART 1
1. THE FRAY-HOW TO SAVE A LIFE-ROBBIE RIVERA BOOTY MIX CDR
2. HIPP-E MAJOR WAVES-JOHN AQUAVIVA MIX –WHITE
3. DEADMAU 5- NOT EXACTLY- WHITE
4. GEORGE ACOSTA-BEHIND THE WHEEL-ORTEGA & GOLD RMX-JUICY MUSIC
5. CLS –CAN YOU FEEL IT-ROBBIE RIVERA MIX CDR-*FAVORITE TUNE OF THE WEEK
6. ROBYN-WITH EVERY HEARTBEAT-TONG & SPOON MIX-KONICHIWA
7. MAURO PICOTTO-EVERYBODY-FONZARELLI MIX-MENA
8. TAITO TIKARO-SHINE ON ME-JUICY MUSIC
9. JUNIOR JACK-E SAMBA-CLASSIC TUNE OF THE WEEK
10. AMO & NAVAS-BEAT GENERATION-WHITE



Part 2

1. SNEAKERZ MUZIK-FUNKWINDEE-ERICK E MIX SPINNIN
2. HATIRAS-ROCK DA HOUSE-BLOW MEDIA
3. ROBBIE RIVERA-HAS IT COME TO THIS 2007 JUICY MUSIC
4. HOLMES IVES-8 LETTERS-TERRANOVA MIX YOSHITOSHI
5. BIG WORLD-MORNIGHT LIGHT-CHRISS ORTEGA MIX OPAQUE
6. ROBBIE RIVERA-AYE AYE AYE –JUICY MUSIC
7. TONI VARGA-PANIC ATTACK-JUICY TRAXX
8. ROBBIE RIVERA-ONE EYE SHUT-FUNKAGENDA RMX BOSS
9. NIGHTCRAWLERS-PUSH THE FEELING ON-RIVERA MIX STEALTH
10. PHATZOO-POOP & LOOP-MARCO V MIX

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 Associated Press Interview with Paul van Dyk
Body:    

Q&A With Techno Artist Paul Van Dyk
By TANIA FUENTEZ

Associated Press Writer

1:17 PM EDT, August 31, 2007

NEW YORK

Paul van Dyk seems to have struck the right balance between commercial success and underground appeal.

The prolific electronic dance music producer has topped international DJ lists, earned a Grammy nomination for the 2003 album "Reflections" and gotten the masses to embrace his techno and trance-tinged influences on film, TV, even Jeep and Motorola ads.

Recently, he was awarded Berlin's medal of honor for his children's charities in Mumbai and Germany.

Yet, performing at a concert at New York City's Central Park humbles the 35-year-old, who began DJing as a teen in Germany before the Berlin Wall came down.

"I remember the first time I played here, I believe I still played with vinyl," van Dyk said during a soundcheck break. "It's always very special to be in the middle of this vibrant, creative, buzzing city -- in the park -- and to have a fantastic audience in front of you."

Hours before showtime, the Berlin-based artist spoke with The Associated Press about his new CD, "In Between," politics and why the "whole pop star concept" is lost on him.

AP: You have this really eclectic range of artists on the new album like David Byrne and one of the Pussycat Dolls. What was that like in the studio?

van Dyk: Every collaboration had a different kind of structure to it. With Jessica (Sutta of the Pussycat Dolls), the track was ready, we had the lyrics written and everything, and I was like looking for someone who actually can bring the whole track across vocally as much as with the whole package. We contacted Jessica and she really loved the track. With David Byrne ... management said 'Let's get the guys together, they should talk.' We had a few phone calls, talking about everything, even weather, and what we like musically, where we want to go with it, what we want to do with it. I did a layout of some music and he really liked it. He came back with some other melodies on top and I incorporated it, and then back and forth until the point that we both loved it.

AP: Growing up in East Berlin, what kind of influence did that have on you artistically?

van Dyk: Obviously, if I look back now, we were missing out on so much in East Germany. It was a communistic dictatorship and food supply was limited and all that kind of stuff. My mom really tried to prepare a childhood for me that was happy and this is sort of what my general memory is ... I could never buy a record, I could never actually buy a magazine and read anything about my favorite artists, so for me, it was purely the music, purely what I heard on the radio, and I still have that. I don't really sort of get this whole pop star concept stuff 'cause it's not part of what music is to me ... it's not how I sort of see music, not how I hear music.

AP: Do you think techno is one of those misunderstood genres?

van Dyk: The thing is ... it's the biggest youth culture all over the world, then obviously it's not misunderstood. What still is kinda like strange is a (lack) of respect toward electronic music within a majority of music journalists and even parts of the industry that say it's not real music -- which is obviously complete nonsense because the computer is only doing what I'm telling it to do. So, I have to be musically trained, I have to be talented. That's the thing, a computer is nothing more than a modern 8-track recorder in a way.

AP: Besides keyboards, do you play other instruments?

van Dyk: I learned playing the guitar a little when I was 12. I always wanted to play like Johnny Marr from The Smiths and they made me play East German folk songs, so I wasn't really satisfied with the outcome. I would never go on stage with my talent (laughter).

AP: You were part of the 2004 "Rock the Vote" campaign. Any plans to be involved in 2008?

van Dyk: Well, there's different contacts already, different organizations ... I think it's necessary, to be honest, because democracy is on the edge more than ever, especially in the (United) States. I really believe this country was hijacked. It just comes down to basic democracy, you should really shut up and complaining about George W. Bush if you don't go out and vote.

AP: Explain why you decided to launch VONYC, the Internet radio station and music store.

van Dyk: The majority of the music industry, especially like the big major companies, slept through the development of what happened with MP3s and all that. When they realized that they started to actually blame the audience. In order to change that you need to put some decent content into the Net, so I thought, "OK, what would I like to have?" First of all, a radio station that plays my favorite music 24 hours a day, so we created that with VONYC ... and the next thing whatever I hear, I want to know what it is and I want to buy it, so we created that.

AP: What's on your iPod these days?

van Dyk: Placebo did an album with a lot of cover versions. That was the last thing (downloaded). The last Linkin Park album is fantastic. And, of course, a lot of electronic music.

* __

On the Net

Paul van Dyk:

http://www.paulvandyk.com

VONYC:

http://www.vonyc.com

Copyright © 2007, The Associated Press

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ada yg bisa kasih info nggak ???
gw suka bass line yg kayak dj romy sama ai moonchild yg "back to ibiza" sama innerlight yg "conversation with you"
agak deep dan sember ...halah....

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Party Request / COXY STILL WANT 2 PLAY IN INDONESIA
« on: 01/04/07, 10:17 »
NDONESIA GIGS CANCELLATION

30 Mar 07




I regret to inform you that I have had to pull out of playing the two gigs in Indonesia set to take place this weekend - Jakarta on the 30th March and Bali on the 31st.

We will be looking to reschedule these gigs as soon as possible, and I apologise to all of those who have made plans to come down to see me on either of the dates, further apologies to all those involved in setting things up for me in Indonesia.

Hope to see you soon.

Carl


Gw sempet chit chat juga sama Nick Warren .. sama Sven Vath....mereka mengatakan emeng ultra music festival sangat melelahkan dan menghabiskan energy yg tidak sedikit...
jika benar...coxy masih mau men di indo itu berarti masih ada harapan utk nonton sang maestro dehhh :)

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Opencloud’s Compilation - Open Up [Proton Music]

Opencloud has created nothing short of a static buzz over the past year. With over 40 single releases and headlining some of the most prestigious venues in the country, this duo has created one of the top rated shows on Proton Radio and has become the number one selling artist on Proton Music. Their tracks have gained the attention and support from the likes of Hybrid, Phil K, James Zabiela, and have been played at exclusive night clubs and notable parties across the globe.

This time around Opencloud has finished up their first compilation for Proton Music titled Open Up. The pair wanted to produce a mix that captures their dynamic sound from the studio, but also the energy people experience when they perform. From low slung funk to massive breaks, and twisted genres in between, Opencloud accomplished what they set out to do by creating a comp that really delivers a fresh unique style all their own.

Included in the mix is their highly praised production Time Stand Still featuring the incredible voice of Kirsty Hawkshaw, an exclusive Redlight remix of Proton Music’s release Play, a track from Romania’s top tech house producer Cristian Paduraru, a slamming Buc Naztee remix from Trafik, and eleven new remixes by Opencloud for Royal Sapien, Baggage Handlers and Teflon Child to name a few.

Open Up truly redefines the art of the compilation.

Pre-Order Open-Up today, and receive a free limited edition 'Open Up' t-shirt and data CD with a 320kbps MP3 version of the mix! You get all of this for just $9.99 + shipping ($4.99 for domestic shipping, $9.99 for international shipping)! Limited Time Offer. Click link below for more Details:

http://www.protonradio.com/Mousa01_OpenUp.php


Exclusive Beatport Digital Release on March 1st, Singles release in April

http://www.beatport.com/opencloud

Open Up Tracklist

01. Stuart McKeown & Darius Bassiray - Our Sound (Opencloud's OuCr Sound Mix) [Proton Music]
02. Redlight - Play feat. Noah Deep (Redlight Remix) [Proton Music]
03. Opencloud Vs Naboombu - Chush (OC In Again Mix) [Proton Music]
04. Cristian Paduraru - Emotion Comes From Motion [Christian Records]
05. Opencloud - Shark Repellent (Opencloud's Captured Underwater Sunlight Mix) [Proton Music]
06. Baggage Handlers - Part Duex featuring Voicerock (Opencloud's re-Mix) [Music For Vinyl]
07. Buc Naztee - Deviate (Opencloud's Tracking Back Mix) [Proton Music]
08. Buc Naztee - Deviate (Trafik's Mix) [Proton Music]
09. HCRJ - Cash (Opencloud's Walking High Mix) [Mynt Music]
10. Mr Rogers - The Rat (Opencloud's Be My Neighbor Mix) [Proton Music]
11. Planet Doobias - The Life & Chronicles of Sir Jason of Planet Doobias (Opencloud's Remix) [Proton Music]
12. Royal Sapien - Do It Now (Opencloud's I Don't Know Mix) [Olaris Records]
13. Kirsty Hawkshaw - Million Stars (Opencloud's You Feel Love Vocal Mix) [www.kirstyhawkshaw.co.uk]
14. Opencloud - Time Stand Still featuring Kirsty Hawkshaw (Original Mix) [Proton Music]
15. Teflon Child - Firehead (Opencloud's Ode Mix) [ThirteenZero]

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DESYN MASIELLO @ F LOUNGE BALI ,FEB 22 ND 2007

STARTS 100 PM ONWARD

He’d just appeared on Pete Tong’s highly influential Essential Mix on BBC Radio One as well as signing with the Excession DJ agency which looks after the legendary Sasha. Falling in with such hallowed company – not to mention the likes of Digweed, Deep Dish, Sander K and Danny Howells was no mere chance though. Masiello came to the world’s attention not through savvy marketing but on the strength of a mix tape he posted on the Global Underground Message Board. People from all over the world contacted him and from there things snowballed.
These days he maintains a hectic touring schedule packing venues round the world with fans familiar with his impeccable mixing and editing skills. Apart from his wicked selections, it’s his ability to re-edit tracks using AbletonLive technology that makes his mixes so outstanding. Watch F-Lounge pop off to the sounds of Desyn Masiello.
Starting career as a the young house don and now his style delivered all style of house/tech and a little bit electro and going to progressed in so many ways.


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 >:(

denger info dr worlddj .com Ben Sowton mau main di balcony nya embassy tgl 17 feb 2007....
mantep nih... ;)

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Bali / july-august summer event in bali
« on: 06/06/06, 10:45 »
bakalan seruu nggak nih summer 2006 ini ? :o
denger 2 selentingan elektra 666 mau bikin event sama future 10 juga yg acara the junctions ??
good luck n miss the kudeta sunset
 8) 8) 8) ;D 8) 8) 8)

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Main Talk / bocoran anthem WMC 2006
« on: 29/03/06, 13:26 »
..:: Big Tunes from WMC & Worldwide (Part 1) ::..
: Friday, 24 March 2006

: Written by Rob Warner

This is the first of a two part series - an article where we get some of the biggest tune tips for the coming months from some of the best in the business. No one can deny the Winter Music Conference is a big influence on the DJing habits of many DJs worldwide each year. Everyone wants to know who was playing what, and what is coming up. Well, this is where you find some of that important info out.

I dialed up some of the most respected musical tastemakers and asked them what tunes are big for them right now, or what they think will be big in the near future. Some of the people I spoke to were on their way to Miami. Others were busy in the studio or DJing and weren't going to make it.

I heard back about so many tunes that this feature has been split into two articles. The first will cover the more house, tribal and progressive tunes, and the second part will cover the more electronic and techno. Some of the respondents were nice enough to add a few comments to their selections. Enjoy!

» Matthew Roberts - King Unique, UK

1. Tolfrey and Sylvester - Popeye (unknown)
- 122 Bpm funky number with nutty drop, excellent.

2. Who Made Who - Out The Door (Superdiscount remix) (Gomma)
- Superdiscount never disappoints, and this is awesome, funky as hell.

3. Claude van Stroke - 7 Deadly Strokes (Dirty Bird)
- Claude and his farty basslines... a nice dirty little club rocker.

» Jaimy - Fatal Music/Drum Mode, Holland

1. Peter Presta - Just Drums (Fatal Music)
2. Sasha Vykhovsky & Alan T - Rewind
3. Fireburn & Urick feat. dj Tomer - Let The Beat Give You Rhythm (Carlos Fauvrelle Remix)

» Scanners (Mallorca Lee/David Forbes) - Debunk Music - Glasgow, Scotland

1. Scanners feat. Edens Youth - Feeling Good (D.O.N.S. Remix) (Debunk Records 10)
- DONS cleaned up at last years MWMC with "Pump Up The Jam" and now they're going to do the same with this. Summer on Wax! Out in June 2006.

2. Till West & DJ Delicious - Same Man (Original Mix) (Phunkwerk)
- This track just rips shit up, it's been out for a few months but I know its gonna be cained by everyone in Miami! Its electro touched house without any plinky plonk nonsense.

3. Steve Mac VS Mosquito feat. Steve Smith - Lovin You More (Solid Groove Rmx) (Hussle Black/M.O.S.)
- Mr Mac has been doing the damage but I think this remix is the bomb. It's gonna work well on the beach with cocktails and pretty ladies everywhere!

» Mike Morales - Lajja Recordings, Portugal

1. Adam Freemer Feat. Alan T - Ativa Passiva (Orig/ Frank Maurel Rmx) (Lajja Recs, Portugal)
- BIG Tune from Lajja Recs. The original is very cool and with a good structure. Frank's mix is INCREDIBLE! Something for the underground heads! Out on Lajja after WMC.

2. Carlos Fauvrelle - Terceira (Orig/Peter Bailey mix) (Meridua Recs, Portugal)
- Carlos new label Meridua with this big Jam. The original mix is very Dark and Muscled, and Bailey's mix is Huge as usual!

3. Chus & Ceballos - Wrong About Me (Portuguese Mafia Rmx) (Stereo Productions, Spain)
- Our own Portuguese Mafia project (a.k.a. Carlos Fauvrelle & Mike Morales). This one is very Drummy, Synthy and Portuguese! Peak hour madness! Coming out on Stereo Productions (soon after the conference!)

» Big Al - Ready Mix Records, Canada

1. David Kassi - Paralyzed in Heaven (Ready Mix Records)
- When remarkable progressive meets superb tribal and a sizzling productions. The outcome is David Kassi. Look out!

2. Tarot - Everything U Feel (Ready Mix Records)
- Did someone mention Tunnel at 8 AM in 1994 with a futuristic edge and quality that's 2006? Dance floor Mayhem.

3. Vibe Dealers - Vibe Di Laine (Criminal Records)
- Listen to this one on a big system and feel the strobe. Smart programming & phat analogue synths will give you shivers.


I've also spotted a few tunes myself which I think will be doing the damage sometime soon.

» Rob Warner - WorldDJ.com

1. Big Brooklyn Red - He Moves (Deep Haven Music)
- A classic garage tune with a sublime male vocal and an oh so soulful vibe. Remixes from Man-X and Woz.

2. DJ Hal Feat. Jay Thomas - Zero G (Ambiosphere Recordings)
- Tony Thomas kicks of his new chilled label with some super cool material. Laid back, percussive and with a seductive female vocal, a label just can't go wrong with a release this good.

3. Moonbeam feat Amigo - Love and Rain (Moonbeam Records)
- A blinding new track from these shit hot Russian producers who're masters at blending progressive, tribal and electronic styles into one along with stunning vocals.

4. Njoi - Anthem (Alternative Route Records)
- An early 90's classic re-released to do the damage once again. Remixed to perfection by Njoi themselves and Hoxton Whores.

Happy tune hunting!


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Progressive / JAMES HOLDEN – “AT THE CONTROLS”
« on: 29/03/06, 12:31 »
JAMES HOLDEN – “AT THE CONTROLS”


www.resist-music.co.uk
www.jamesholden.org
www.bordercommunity.com

 

2006 is certainly looking very bright for 26 year old Oxford University graduate James Holden. His Border Community label is currently hailed as one of the world’s hottest labels with its 12” releases shifting serious units, his productions and remixes receiving rave reviews and a DJ schedule that includes dates in just about every continent.

To a music world overly obsessed with scenes, the James Holden success story reads like a catalogue of contradictions. 2003’s collaboration with vocalist Julie Thompson, ‘Nothing’, was picked up by legendary UK house label Loaded, then hailed by trance legend Tiesto as his tune of the year. Holden has remixed everything from quirky Cologne pop on Crosstown Rebels to mainstream dance pop on Positiva; New Order to Britney Spears; Black Strobe terror-electro to System 7 psy-trance and delicate Lo Recordings electronica; fast-rising young upstart Nathan Fake to Kirsty Hawkshaw’s timeless classic ‘Fine Day’. Meanwhile the chunky techno earthquake of ‘A Break in the Clouds’, the debut release on his own Border Community label, has become an underground European techno classic, still flying out of the warehouse over two years after release, and winning Holden a firm following amongst the ever forward-thinking German dance fraternity.

However, Holden’s DJ sets have been an almost mirror image of not only the diverse remixes and beautiful dance music that he makes but also reflect the flowing groove and unclassifiable depths to the different elements and genres that his productions encompass. Here on this double CD mix set we find James Holden firmly ‘At The Controls’, creating and shaping a new aural environment for us to embrace and get lost in. Despite his accomplished career , “At the Controls” is his first UK based compilation. His previous 2004 Balance compilation on Australian label EQ was only available on import.

“The idea was just to make a compilation that I'd think is good”, states James by matter of fact. “Mostly I hate DJ mixes, so that’s the main thing that influenced this - trying to justify my 2 CDs with a load of music that I really love. Through Resist we've been able to get permission to use some tracks I never dreamt I'd be able to get, so it's turned out being a cross section of music that I'm really happy with. Lot’s of it comes from the little family of friends around Border Community. And recommendations from my hairdresser!” he says jokily. “And of course the depths of my iTunes folder - things I've been listening to for 10 years wanting to put on a mix CD.”

For Holden this mix also represents a technological evolution from 2003’s ‘Balance 005’ mix which utilised a Cycloops sampler and CDJ-1000 wizardry. Although on one hand his studio set up hasn’t change too much bar the odd computer upgrade since he made the decidedly trancey ‘Horizons’ during his summer holiday break from studying maths at Oxford University at the age of 19 on a 500 quid PC, James is very much aware of the technological advances being made in both music production and application and is further bringing these elements in to his DJ sets.

“The other thing about this CD is how I put it together,” adds Mr. Holden. “It's not just geek-toy-love, because how you make music always affects the outcome. Using a DJ controller I've been developing with some engineering friends, along with a heap of software and custom hacks of things, I managed to make a setup where I could make a good representation of what my style (as a producer and as a club DJ) is about, and could do it live. So the CD has a few mistakes in it but that's totally unimportant, because the feel of it is right and the noise and chaos suits me. More importantly the music is right - the way things go together and how one track leads you to the next. Which is the point of a mix CD, I think. All this music, to me, belongs together. It doesn’t matter that I've mixed from psy-trance into 70s krautrock because the feel of those songs makes it make sense. They make each other better by being together musically. In that way (as well as the gratuitous digital noise) the CD fits with me too - I dont want to fit into any scene either.”

Just turned 26 years old, James Holden now finds himself exactly where he wants to be. As the digital producer par excellence he is blazing a trail through as yet unchartered territory, showing those who follow in his wake how it can, and should, be done. As a DJ he gets to travel the world, surprising and delighting in equal measures, and enlarging his band of followers at every port of call. And at the helm of his own buzz label Border Community he is proving himself to be quite the A&R man, discovering like-minded souls to help turn his musical vision into reality and constantly striving to give something special back to the record-buying public. Underlying these three components of the James Holden recipe for success is an unerring belief in his own vision and a refusal to do things the way others tell him they always have been done. He is well into the process of carving out a niche all of his very own, and is not about to let anyone stop him now. As the Border Community Express ploughs on into the future, here once again we find James Holden steadfast ‘At The Controls’.

“AT THE CONTROLS” comes at a time with James Holden firmly in the spotlight of the world, with his profile as a DJ, producer, and A&R man growing every day.

“At The Controls” shines as truly visionary mix, that could comfortably end up as one of the highlights of 2006.

 

  TRACKLISTING
 
  Highlighted tracks are previewed.
 
  CD 1

 
 

 1. Apparat ‘Wooden’

   
 
  2. Plastikman ‘Cor Ten’
   
 
  3. Massive Attack vs. Mad Professor ‘Trinity Dub (Three)’
   
 
  4. Kate Wax ‘Angel Blues’
   
 
  5. Death In Vegas ‘Anita Berber’
   
 
  6. Petter ‘Some Polyphony’
   
 
  7. Vox Sola ‘Metro Pop’
   
 
  8. Issikadis ‘Hotter Now’ (Stripped Down Mix)
   
 
  9. Holden ‘Lump’
   
 
  10. Midimiliz ‘Trace Function’
   
 
  11. Harmonia ‘Watussi’
   
 
  12. Holden ‘10101’

   
 
 13. Skugge & Stavöstrand ‘Medean’
   
 14. Nathan Fake ‘Charlie’s House (Apparat Remix)
   
 15. Lucky Pierre ‘Angels On Your Body’
   
 16. Christ. ‘Perlandine Friday’
   
 17. Fennesz ‘Rivers of Sand’
   
   
 
 
  CD 2
 

 1. meta.83 ‘Opening Titles’

   
 
  2. Paul Kalkbrenner ‘Gebrünn Gebrünn’

   
 
  3. Motiivi:Tuntematon ‘1939’

   
 
  4. Malcolm Middleton ‘Solemn Thirsty’

   
 
  5. Aphex Twin ‘Xtal’

   
 
  6. Milky Globe vs. Holden ‘Sun Spots’

   
 
  7. Kalabrese ‘Aufm Klo’
   
 
  8. Lazy Fat People ‘Big City’ (Original Mix)
   
 
  9. Water Lilly ‘Lottotron Reboot’
   
 
  10. Trans Am ‘Cold War’ (War Is Stupid Mix)
   
 
  11. Slag Boom Van Loon ‘Poppy Seed’ (Boards Of Canada Reprise)
   
 
 12. Egoexpress ‘Live At Sirius Prime’
   
  13. Black Strobe ‘Nazi Trance Fuck Off!’ (Holden Remix)
   
 
 14. Plastikman ‘Cor Ten’

   
 15. AFX ‘Every Day’

   
   
 
 
 
 
 
 


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House / looking for DJ HIZKIA house chart
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asik asik nggak chart nya dj hizkia kalo main house set ?
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