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Move D / Concrete / Paris
Benedikt Frey / DOT / Saint Petersburg
22.06.2018
Pantha du Prince / Body & Soul Festival / Ballinlough Castle / Westmeath
22.06.2018
Roman Flügel / Tbilisi Open Air / Tbilisi Open Air / Tbilisi
22.06.2018
Cleveland / Tbilisi Open Air / Tbilisi Open Air / Tbilisi
Move D / La Belle Electrique / Grenoble
Ata / NKOA / Watergate / Berlin
Oliver Hafenbauer / Robert Johnson / Offenbach
Benedikt Frey / Nii, Science & Art / Moscow
Lake People / Fiesta Bulbo / Lima
23.06.2018
Telfort / Copenhagen
John Talabot / Monticule Festival / Monticule Festival / St. Jean-de-Laur
24.06.2018
La Fraicheur / Festival La Bonne Aventure / Festival La Bonne Aventure / Dunkerque
Ata / Metacirculo Closing / Circulo de bellas artes / Madrid

Premiere: Hear a Driving House Cut From La Fraicheur

Premiere: Hear a Driving House Cut From La Fraicheur
19.06.2018

Premiere: Hear a Driving House Cut From La Fraicheur. 'Self-Fulfilling Prophecy' lands on Infiné later this week. InFiné will release the debut LP from La Fraicheur on June 22.
Here is the link to the track.

19.06.2018

Premiere: Hear a Driving House Cut From La Fraicheur. 'Self-Fulfilling Prophecy' lands on Infiné later this week. InFiné will release the debut LP from La Fraicheur on June 22.
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Premiere: Hear a Driving House Cut From La Fraicheur
19.06.2018

Premiere: Hear a Driving House Cut From La Fraicheur. 'Self-Fulfilling Prophecy' lands on Infiné later this week. InFiné will release the debut LP from La Fraicheur on June 22.
Here is the link to the track.

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Helena Hauff über ihre exklusive Mix-CD

Helena Hauff über ihre exklusive Mix-CD
19.06.2018

In den vergangenen Jahren hat sich die Hamburgerin Helena Hauff mit ihrem kompromisslosen Sound, der von Techno über Electro, Acid und Electronic Body Music reicht, ins Herz all jener Tänzer*Innen geschossen, die es schnell und düster lieben. Und so verwundert es auch nicht, dass ihr Groove-Sommer-Mix nicht im klassischen Sinne sommerlich ausgefallen ist – er repräsentiert genau diesen leicht melancholischen, futuristischen Vibe, den man auch von ihren DJ-Sets kennt. Inklusive Chinaski's Totleben.
Hier gehts zum Groove Magazine Link.

19.06.2018

In den vergangenen Jahren hat sich die Hamburgerin Helena Hauff mit ihrem kompromisslosen Sound, der von Techno über Electro, Acid und Electronic Body Music reicht, ins Herz all jener Tänzer*Innen geschossen, die es schnell und düster...

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Helena Hauff über ihre exklusive Mix-CD
19.06.2018

In den vergangenen Jahren hat sich die Hamburgerin Helena Hauff mit ihrem kompromisslosen Sound, der von Techno über Electro, Acid und Electronic Body Music reicht, ins Herz all jener Tänzer*Innen geschossen, die es schnell und düster lieben. Und so verwundert es auch nicht, dass ihr Groove-Sommer-Mix nicht im klassischen Sinne sommerlich ausgefallen ist – er repräsentiert genau diesen leicht melancholischen, futuristischen Vibe, den man auch von ihren DJ-Sets kennt. Inklusive Chinaski's Totleben.
Hier gehts zum Groove Magazine Link.

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BAR​ Radio #55 part 2 with Cleveland​

BAR​ Radio #55 part 2 with Cleveland​
12.06.2018

BAR Radio #55 part 2 with Cleveland. Tune in every Friday from 8 to 10 pm on Operator.
Recorded on June 1st 2018. Here is the full stream.

12.06.2018

BAR Radio #55 part 2 with Cleveland. Tune in every Friday from 8 to 10 pm on Operator.
Recorded on June 1st 2018. Here is the full stream.

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BAR​ Radio #55 part 2 with Cleveland​
12.06.2018

BAR Radio #55 part 2 with Cleveland. Tune in every Friday from 8 to 10 pm on Operator.
Recorded on June 1st 2018. Here is the full stream.

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Isolée - No Let from the Maeve...

Isolée - No Let from the Maeve Compilation "Heavy Rotations Vol.1"
11.06.2018

Check the complete version here!:

11.06.2018

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Isolée - No Let from the Maeve Compilation "Heavy Rotations Vol.1"
11.06.2018

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BAR Radio session on Operator with...

BAR Radio session on Operator with Cleveland
11.06.2018

BAR Radio #55 part 2 with Cleveland
Tune in every Friday from 8 to 10 pm on Operator.

Recorded on June 1st 2018.

Here is the full stream.

11.06.2018

BAR Radio #55 part 2 with Cleveland
Tune in every Friday from 8 to 10 pm on Operator.

Recorded on June...

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BAR Radio session on Operator with Cleveland
11.06.2018

BAR Radio #55 part 2 with Cleveland
Tune in every Friday from 8 to 10 pm on Operator.

Recorded on June 1st 2018.

Here is the full stream.

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Cleveland's new 12" out now...

Cleveland's new 12" out now via ESP Institute
11.06.2018

Cleveland is forever in search of the brown note. This is his second offering for the ESP Institute. Side A’s 'Tusk' is a beautiful paradox—rhythm programs that churn like the inner workings of a grandfather clock, unmistakably mechanical, yet fashioned through muted analogue instrumentation that paints a deceptively organic picture. The crystallized jangle of FM synth voices toy with the softened drum patterns and vibrant animal-like chord gestures over nearly seven minutes of splendor. On side B, 'Aku' digs further into mysticism, manifesting digital jungle themes, cleverly abstracted through erratic bleeps, distant tribal drums, atonal flutters and synthetic bird calls. The cinematic quality of Cleveland's production shines through both tracks, but its 'Aku' that sweeps us from reality to embark on a moonlit expedition in search long lost treasures, proving Cleveland a virtuoso skilled in building complex narratives with sound. These two songs will modulate your frequencies.

Released June 8, 2018 via ESP Institute

Via this link you can buy your copy and listen to the tracks.

11.06.2018

Cleveland is forever in search of the brown note. This is his second offering for the ESP Institute. Side A’s 'Tusk...

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Cleveland's new 12" out now via ESP Institute
11.06.2018

Cleveland is forever in search of the brown note. This is his second offering for the ESP Institute. Side A’s 'Tusk' is a beautiful paradox—rhythm programs that churn like the inner workings of a grandfather clock, unmistakably mechanical, yet fashioned through muted analogue instrumentation that paints a deceptively organic picture. The crystallized jangle of FM synth voices toy with the softened drum patterns and vibrant animal-like chord gestures over nearly seven minutes of splendor. On side B, 'Aku' digs further into mysticism, manifesting digital jungle themes, cleverly abstracted through erratic bleeps, distant tribal drums, atonal flutters and synthetic bird calls. The cinematic quality of Cleveland's production shines through both tracks, but its 'Aku' that sweeps us from reality to embark on a moonlit expedition in search long lost treasures, proving Cleveland a virtuoso skilled in building complex narratives with sound. These two songs will modulate your frequencies.

Released June 8, 2018 via ESP Institute

Via this link you can buy your copy and listen to the tracks.

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Elliott Lion - Ecstasy (incl. Roman...

Elliott Lion - Ecstasy (incl. Roman Flügel Remix)
11.06.2018

Futureboogie’s 60th release comes from Elliott Lion, the uber talented musician and producer and the keyboardist and chief electronics whizz for the hugely successful band Editors. Lion has recently embarked on a solo venture, embracing his love of classic house, techno and spaced out cosmic disco.
In its original form, ‘Ectsasy’ combines pacey disco looped beats, seductive vocals, dramatic sweeping pads and arpeggiated synths for a perfect cosmic pop experience
Roman Flügel delivers a remix of epic proportions, stretching and dubbing out the original over the course of eight tantalising and telepathically charged minutes. A future Barbarellas classic in the making for sure!
Check out the Snippets.
Release Date: 8 Juni 2018

11.06.2018

Futureboogie’s 60th release comes from Elliott Lion, the uber talented musician and producer and the keyboardist and...

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Elliott Lion - Ecstasy (incl. Roman Flügel Remix)
11.06.2018

Futureboogie’s 60th release comes from Elliott Lion, the uber talented musician and producer and the keyboardist and chief electronics whizz for the hugely successful band Editors. Lion has recently embarked on a solo venture, embracing his love of classic house, techno and spaced out cosmic disco.
In its original form, ‘Ectsasy’ combines pacey disco looped beats, seductive vocals, dramatic sweeping pads and arpeggiated synths for a perfect cosmic pop experience
Roman Flügel delivers a remix of epic proportions, stretching and dubbing out the original over the course of eight tantalising and telepathically charged minutes. A future Barbarellas classic in the making for sure!
Check out the Snippets.
Release Date: 8 Juni 2018

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Mixmag premiere Move D 'Outer Rim...

Mixmag premiere Move D 'Outer Rim 64'
11.06.2018

Mixmag premiere Move D 'Outer Rim 64' from Skylax House Exolosion I 'Under The Garage', curated by DJ Sprinkles and HARDROCK STRIKER. Check out the full track via Soundcloud.

11.06.2018

Mixmag premiere Move D 'Outer Rim 64' from Skylax House Exolosion I 'Under The Garage', curated by DJ Sprinkles and...

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Mixmag premiere Move D 'Outer Rim 64'
11.06.2018

Mixmag premiere Move D 'Outer Rim 64' from Skylax House Exolosion I 'Under The Garage', curated by DJ Sprinkles and HARDROCK STRIKER. Check out the full track via Soundcloud.

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Pitchfork Review on Primavera

Pitchfork Review on Primavera
11.06.2018

Most Likely to Confuse Anxious Ravers: Eva Geist:

“I really wish she would play something faster,” moaned a woman in a British accent, her face pained as she shifted back and forth. “She’s Italian,” explained her boyfriend, as if that explained everything. The culprit was Berlin’s Eva Geist, who was at the moment entrancing the beachside Desperados stage—well, except for a desperate few—with a slow, slippery take on coldwave techno touched up with acid and faintly arabesque melodies. It was a mysterious sound and a fine fit for the hour after sunset, a neat way of washing away the daytime vibes and wading into the penumbra. –Philip Sherburne

TITLE">Here is the full review via Pitchfork.

11.06.2018

Most Likely to Confuse Anxious Ravers: Eva Geist:

“I really wish she would play something faster,” moaned a...

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Pitchfork Review on Primavera
11.06.2018

Most Likely to Confuse Anxious Ravers: Eva Geist:

“I really wish she would play something faster,” moaned a woman in a British accent, her face pained as she shifted back and forth. “She’s Italian,” explained her boyfriend, as if that explained everything. The culprit was Berlin’s Eva Geist, who was at the moment entrancing the beachside Desperados stage—well, except for a desperate few—with a slow, slippery take on coldwave techno touched up with acid and faintly arabesque melodies. It was a mysterious sound and a fine fit for the hour after sunset, a neat way of washing away the daytime vibes and wading into the penumbra. –Philip Sherburne

TITLE">Here is the full review via Pitchfork.

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La Fraicheur: Trackpremiere von „Tirana“

La Fraicheur: Trackpremiere von „Tirana“
07.06.2018

Check out here Groove Magazine Review of La Fraicheurs Track "Tirana".

07.06.2018

Check out here Groove Magazine...

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La Fraicheur: Trackpremiere von „Tirana“
07.06.2018

Check out here Groove Magazine Review of La Fraicheurs Track "Tirana".

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Video Premiere - Benedikt Frey

Video Premiere - Benedikt Frey
06.06.2018

Music Video: Benedikt Frey – Looking Back

Inverted Audio:
Since his debut in 2010 with the “Escape / Indica” EP for Aldebaran, Benedikt Frey has made a name for himself as a prolific producer and DJ with a penchant for absorbingly psychedelic mid-tempo grooves that have a tendency to envelop you entirely. His expansive discography is a testament to his wide-ranging talents, with releases spread across a wealth of respected imprints such as Mule Electronic, Hivern Discs, ESP Institute and his own label, Love Pain Sunshine & Rain.

His latest effort sees the German producer return to Live At Robert Johnson and marks his first 12″ for the Robert Johnson crew since 2015’s “Reframe“. Following on from a banner year in 2017 in which Frey shared two EPs and a debut full-length for ESP Institute, “New Now” continues his hot streak with a three-part exploration of rhythm and mood that veers between tempi, never settling in one place for too long.

We’re glad to be sharing an exclusive premiere today of the video for the record’s opening track, “Looking Back“. An animated video with a minimalist aesthetic, it features a clock-like figure that perpetually revolves. As the clock turns, skittering percussion and rising chords urge the track forward, conjuring a deeply hypnotic vibe and painting the perfect backdrop for that glorious lead synthesizer to slowly unfold in waves of shimmering resonance.

New Now is scheduled for release 8th June 2018, order a copy from the Robert Johnson Online Shop.

Check out the video here.

06.06.2018

Music Video: Benedikt Frey – Looking Back

Inverted Audio:
Since his debut in 2010 with the “Escape /...

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Video Premiere - Benedikt Frey
06.06.2018

Music Video: Benedikt Frey – Looking Back

Inverted Audio:
Since his debut in 2010 with the “Escape / Indica” EP for Aldebaran, Benedikt Frey has made a name for himself as a prolific producer and DJ with a penchant for absorbingly psychedelic mid-tempo grooves that have a tendency to envelop you entirely. His expansive discography is a testament to his wide-ranging talents, with releases spread across a wealth of respected imprints such as Mule Electronic, Hivern Discs, ESP Institute and his own label, Love Pain Sunshine & Rain.

His latest effort sees the German producer return to Live At Robert Johnson and marks his first 12″ for the Robert Johnson crew since 2015’s “Reframe“. Following on from a banner year in 2017 in which Frey shared two EPs and a debut full-length for ESP Institute, “New Now” continues his hot streak with a three-part exploration of rhythm and mood that veers between tempi, never settling in one place for too long.

We’re glad to be sharing an exclusive premiere today of the video for the record’s opening track, “Looking Back“. An animated video with a minimalist aesthetic, it features a clock-like figure that perpetually revolves. As the clock turns, skittering percussion and rising chords urge the track forward, conjuring a deeply hypnotic vibe and painting the perfect backdrop for that glorious lead synthesizer to slowly unfold in waves of shimmering resonance.

New Now is scheduled for release 8th June 2018, order a copy from the Robert Johnson Online Shop.

Check out the video here.

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Exclaim reviews Pantha du Prince & The Bell Laboratory @ Mutek Festival

09.09.2013

When Pantha du Prince & The Bell Laboratory played at Mutek Festival, it was an outstanding experience for everyone who whitnessed. Exclaim magazine even ratet the performance 10/10, meaning it to be "An essential classic that will stand the test of time."

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GenerationBass.com declares Daniel Haaksmans "Tecno Brega" album of the year!

09.09.2013

Generationbass.com hast just declared Daniel Haaksmans "Tecno Brega" their album of the year! The compilation was praised for its role in bringing together the most different styles and for being true to itself during the invasion of cheesy so-called "EDM" in the US.

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Jahcoozi Asia Tour announced!

09.09.2013

We are proud to announce that Jahcoozi will tour Asia from April 29th - May 4th!

Dates are:
29.4. Dada, Beijing
30.4. Platoon, Seoul
3.5. Shelter, Shanghai
4.5. Piazza Venecia, Manila

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John Tejada - "Somewhere" out now!

09.09.2013

John Tejada returns to Kompakt with SOMEWHERE, a double headliner 12" relighting the fire and putting the beats where the mouth is. Once again, he ups the ante, delivering highly nourishing chows for your daily shellacking needs, with a powerful 12" that starts to nestle in your ears the very moment you drop the needle.

More info here!

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Sick Girls chronicles mixes now on Soundcloud!

09.09.2013

Sick Girls "chronicles"-mixes part 1 & 2 are now available on Soundcloud! The first one consists mainly of Hiphop, the second one of Trap.

Part 1
Part 2

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Inverted Audio interviews John Roberts

09.09.2013

John Roberts recently did an interview for Inverted Audio, talking his own musical history, his new album "Fences", travelling and obscure french radio stations.

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John Roberts - "Fences" out now!

09.09.2013

After the unanimous global acclaim of 'Glass Eights,' John Roberts returns with 'Fences,' his second full length offering on Hamburg's Dial Records. From elegantly dusted chamber pop and semi-psychedelic acoustic musings to turgid orchestral dance floor fillers, Roberts creates a beautifully collaged symphony of recorded violins, cellos, cracked guitars, detuned pianos, faded samples, broken drum machines and manipulated answering machine cassettes.

More info & samples!

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Isolée - "Allowance" is #1 on Resident Advisor's top tracks for march 2013!

09.09.2013

Resident Advisor's Top tracks for march 2013 are topped by none other than our very own Isolée: his track "Allowance", released on Pampa Records, definitely earned the pole position!

Check out the whole list!

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Beware of Brontosaurus!

09.09.2013

Permanent Vacation will release a collection profiling defunct German imprint Brontosaurus (run by Lauer & The Citizen's Band, also known under their collaborative alias Arto Mwabmé) on May 31st.
The self-titled compilation will come in two formats: an eight-track double-LP on vinyl, and a digital version containing an extra 16 tunes.

Read more on Resident Advisor!

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