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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Raymond - You're Making Me Climax


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Claudio Dellarole Contatto House Fourth Week Of October 2015

Dj : Claudio Dellarole
Radio Show: Contatto House
Genre: Soulful house, House music..
Radio Show broadcast,day/time : Every Wednesday at 23:00-00:00 (Athens time)
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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Montel - Dance Community (Original Mix)

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For this second release of October we are pleased to welcome UK fast rising talent Montel with a solo EP that we loved from first listen. Dance Community EP is exactly what we were expecting from this guy : two solid underground tech cuts with a taste of old school and some cool and catchy elements. 

Dacefloor rockers!

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Jeff Mills Composes At The Rembrandt House During ADE

The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) taking place from the 14th to the 18th of October, is the world’s leading event for electronic music and will mark its 20th anniversary this year with a series of special events. As part of this series, US Techno DJ and producer Jeff Mills will spend a day working within the walls of the studio once used by Rembrandt at The Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam.
Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn is generally considered one of the greatest painters and printmakers of all time, he lived and worked in the monumental house, between 1639 and 1658. Inspired by Rembrandt’s intimate early painting ‘Philosopher in Meditation’, Mills will compose three new tracks during a private session on 15 October at The Rembrandt House Museum. Following the session, he will reflect on his experience in this space for ADE MusicTalks at Flemish cultural centre De Brakke Grond in Amsterdam.

This unique project is the first collaboration between The Rembrandt House Museum and the Amsterdam Dance Event which is also the world’s biggest annual trade and innovation platform in the field of electronic music. “The Techno scene has always been about breaking boundaries and leaping forward”, says Rembrandt House director Michael Huijser. “Jeff Mills is the master for a new generation of DJs and producers, much as Rembrandt was for his students.”

Jeff Mills is one of the founding fathers of Techno music but he has always been keen to expand his vision. He has made a name for himself, bridging the gap between the traditional world of classic art and the contemporary world of dance music. During his stint at The Rembrandt House, Mills will create three brand new tracks working inside the reconstructed studio once used by Rembrandt. During his nineteen years at this address, Rembrandt worked in the ambience of the northern light in this room. Jeff Mills is looking forward to a creative impulse from sharing in the light seen by the great Dutch master many centuries before.
The major inspiration for Mills three new compositions will be Rembrandt’s painting Philosopher in Meditation of 1632. It shows his early achievement in handling complex scenarios of light, with subtle variations and strong contrasts. Mills is also known for evoking strong images by working with musical contrasts. Jeff Mills studied Philosopher in Meditation in its home museum, The Louvre in Paris, earlier this year.

“The surroundings where artistic creations are made can be as important as the narrative of the art itself. Atmosphere can often have direct impact on how the message is being conveyed. These sacred places are often kept in modest conditions, revealing a reflection of the artist’s true character. It is here where dreams and visions are born and come to life – where the message is officiated by the creator and the only true criticism is made before it is exposed to the world”, says Jeff Mills. “The sound scaling and field recording is nothing new, but in this case, its really unprecedented because what I’m going to achieve is a live recording using the ambience of the room. So, I’m not recording in the space, but will use the natural acoustics for the recording.”

Following his private session at the museum, Mills will reflect on his experience in the space for ADE MusicTalks at Flemish cultural centre De Brakke Grond in Amsterdam. Launched in 2013, ADE MusicTalks has become one of the most popular elements of the ADE Playground, the daytime dance-related lifestyle program, open to the public, that offers five days of Gear, Art, Film, MusicTalks and Pop-up events. ADE MusicTalks features some of the biggest names in the music industry and gives the public a chance to chat and engage with their musical heroes in a relaxed and convivial atmosphere.

Previous years’ editions have featured Hans Zimmer, Henrik Schwarz, Duncan Stutterheim, Danny Tenaglia, Black Coffee, Nicky Romero, Boy George, Joris Voorn, Secret Cinema and Chris Liebing. In addition to Jeff Mills, this years ADE MusicTalks programme wll include Kenny Dope Gonzalez and Boys Noize with lots more still to be announced. Access to ADE MusicTalks is free for ADE Card holders and 1 and 5 day conference ticket holders.
Mills will also be performing during ADE. The king of the TR-909 will present Time Tunnel, a show never seen before in The Netherlands. In this unique show, which takes place at Warehouse 22 on Friday October 16, Detroit’s DJ and producer will take the audience by the hand and together travel through time. The grand master himself will interpret music from the past, present and future. This audiovisual spectacle has never before visited the Netherlands and is the perfect match for 909 Festival’s first ever indoor edition.

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Holly & Shota Collaborate On ‘Sabela’

One big name on a red-hot hit is great, but sometimes two voices come together in an inspired pairing that is truly special. South Africa should be proud of this collaboration between SA House Music Superstar, Shota and SA’s freshest new female voice in House Music, Holly.
“Sabela” is sure to gain much attention and massive radio appeal. Both singers worked together to write and sing this compelling number that will not be easily forgotten, with a killer hook that will keep it on repeat.

The release of “Sabela” comes off the back of the release of Shota’s Timeless album, which is gaining massive love and radio play. “Sabela” is also the next big move for Holly after the release of her two self-affirming singles “Tambourine” and “Khula”.

“Sabela” will be available on iTunes for download as well as on MTN and Vodacom.
For more information on the track you can keep up with Holly and Shota on their social media pages:
Facebook: Holly Music SA
Twitter: @HollyMusicSA
Twitter: @Shota_AfroRaw
Instagram: @hollymusicsa
Instagram: @shota_afroraw

Four Decks of Control – Numark N4

October 24, 2015

The Numark N4 provides the user with mainly two different software choices; the user can choose to either use Serato DJ Intro or the Virtual DJ Limited Edition software. Both softwares’ are included in the box when purchasing your Numark N4 DJ Controller.
Numark also offers its users free software updates, so if you had previous versions of Virtual DJ LE or Serato DJ Intro; check out the Virtual DJ LE Update here: You can also upgrade your version of Serato DJ Intro here: Always remember to check your systems requirement as these differ from PC to MAC.
The N4 offers DJ’s various way in which to set-up the deck for a live performance enabling you to achieve the best possible audio output quality. The controller offers its standard RCA master output as well as balanced left and right XLR master outputs for larger speaker systems that run on power amplification racks. They have also included a booth RCA output which can be used for on stage DJ monitoring.

Digital meets analog with the Numark N4, the controller expands the optional controls it offers users to choose from when playing with the DJ controller. It has included two decks namely; Deck 3 and Deck 4 to its internal built-in mixer. The user may make use of decks 3 and 4 with the Virtual DJ LE software, which enables the user to use all four decks through the controllers PC source. Alternatively, the user can assign external sources to decks 3 and 4 and connect CDJ’s or Turntables.
Assign the Line level input selection for use with CDJ’s and Mp3 players or assign the Phono level input selection which is best for use with turntables. Always remember to ground your turntables to the controller’s chassis by connecting them to the grounding lug found on the rear end of the controller.
If you perform as a DJ duo, the Numark N4 provides two headphone inputs a 1/8” and a ¼” headphone jack input allowing the pair to connect simultaneously to the controller for cue’ing during sets.

On the Numark N4 users can alternate between the effects, simply by holding down SHIFT button while moving one of the three parameter knobs/encoders located above the backlit effects pads. The parameter knob enables you to scrolling through the effects options until you reach your desired selection.
The user can assign one effect per pad; you can alternate between six different effect modes which include; a High-Pass Filter, Low-Pass Filter, Reverb, Flanger, Phaser and an Echo effect.
The Echo effect mode can be manipulated with the fourth FX knob/encoder; which enables users to increase or decrease the time signature for this effects’ Beat Multiplier choosing from 1 of 10 values which range from 1/8 to 8/1.
Users can also find the Loop In, Loop Out and Reloop function pads on each deck, a forth pad enables the user to select [without the use of a mouse] either to view the elapsed time or the time remaining of a song that they are currently playing on the display.

The ability to record your mixes is something many bedroom and professional DJ’s take into serious consideration when purchasing new DJ controllers and equipment. The Numark N4 provides the user with two recording options, the first being through the RCA booth L/R output, which you can connect to an external recording device for analogue recording.
The second option is presented through the use of the Virtual DJ LE software; remember to set the controller to “USB IN REC” [found on the rear-panel]. This option sends audio to your PC automatically through the USB cable you using between your PC and the Numark N4. Simply open the record tab on Virtual DJ LE and hit record.

The Numark N4 presents the user with a great mobile DJ’ing experience and good value; with four decks of control it enables you to experiment with external sources such as MP3 players, CD’J’s, drum pads or turntables, allowing you to add panache to your set.
The Numark N4 DJ Controller averages in at about +/- ZAR 7075.00 depending on your retailer, you can purchase it here: Buy the Numark N4

Friday, October 23, 2015

Nick Power's time at the ADE Amsterdam Dance Event 2015

Our family member Nick Power has something to share.

ADE 2015 was a great experience with memories that will always remain with me. 
Each & everyone of the people mentioned below made it memorable in one way or another.
From the people i performed with & shared most of my time with. We are all one big family of Brothers & Sisters. Alec Sun Drae, Alex Millet, Alex Politi, Bibi Provence, David Tolman, Eric Lieper, Gigi Frassanito, Giulio Bonaccio, Guido P, My Soul Brothers John Khan & John Moore, Jorge Valero, Leo Lippolis, Marc Tasio, Marco Le Baron, Matt Kye, Nat Landry, Natasha Watts, Pat Rebell, Romain Gowe, Soulbridge, Tracy Hamlin & Victor Simonelli.

I met with many legends & people i've admired for many years. DJ's, Singers, Producers etc, & I also met with people who came out of their way, from places near & very far, to come & meet me because they enjoy & support what i do. It was my pleasure to meet you & to know that what I do is appreciated that much. Thank you Barry McCormack, Colin, Kevin, Lisa Ann McAllister, Maurice, Patricia Jane McCormack, Roger James, Sarah Onwuma & Sascha Ringsdorf to name a few.

DJ's, artists, friends & everyone else i met, thank you all for being a BIG part of my Amsterdam Experience. Andrea Pavlou, Anna Komninou, Azira Zuberi, Bjorn Van Gestel, Brad France, Dave Doyle, DJ Spen, Emory Toler, George Tsalikee, Giovanni Lacorte, Jamie Lewis, Jasper Drexmeister Drexhage, Lenny Fontana, Luigi LuisRadio De Angelis, Manuel Genz, Marina Meijer, Mark Di Meo, Max Marinacci, Michelle Also, Michelle Maria Weeks, Mike Denby Ashe, Mike Tamburini, Mikkel Wendelboe, Mimmo Melle, Mista Nugget, Morten Trost, N'Dinga Gabba, Nial Redmond, Neil Kilgour, Nicolas Bassi, Oded Nir, Pasha No Frost, Paul Witshire, Richard Earnshaw, Sarah Favoritizm Foote, Sheila Ford, Simon Caldin, Steven Stone, Tom Gianelli, Tomas Bollo, Wade Teo.

Apologies if i've missed anyone, & thanks to everyone whose photo's have gone into this slideshow for their contribution. Until ADE 2016....Keep In Touch & Keep It House!

Tracks featured in this slideshow are owned by the artists or their representatives & are available to purchase in all good download stores.
Track 1. Tony Momrelle - Back Together Again (Richard Earnshaw Vocal Mix) Reel People Music.
Track 2. Blaze presnts UDAUFL - We Are One (Sean McCabe Vocal Mix) King Street Sounds.

Zak Abel - Say Sumthin (EM Sessions)

From the Red Bull studios comes part 2 of Eton Messy Sessions with Zak Abel - 'Say Something', sit back and enjoy the joys of this very talented man!

Once again huge thanks to Red Bull and Bokah for helping put this all together.

•Zak Abel•

•Filmed & Edited by Will Warr from Bokah Creative Studios•

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Eton Messy is a place to find exciting new up and coming; house, deep house, lounge, chill and electronic music, coupled with beautiful portrait, landscape and double exposure photography from upcoming talent, artists and photographers from the UK and the World!

Also running our own events across the UK and Europe under Eton Messy Presents, which also include Eton Messy DJs.

This has allowed for a strong physical presence with festival stage hosting and now a fully fledged Eton Messy Record Label, with releases from Jack Bandit (from Clean Bandit), Just Kiddin and The Golden Boy, which has gained support from BBC Radio 1 DJ such as Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Danny Howard and Monki + more!

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James Barbadoro dearly related to music, as a child he enjoyed dancing to any notes. At 12 he started playing the trumpet, thanks to his grandfather, a music teacher, but unfortunately he falls in love with turntable immediately after, betraying the instrument.. At the age of majority is already DJresident in the disco and before leaving for the military in Bologna; he works the thirty-one evenings of March in the Club Amnesia (Urbino). From summer of 1994 has not stopped since, working anywhere between discoclub, disco and radio. Musically heard everything, squeezing 's eye to what is rhythmically valid and black, in his sets in fact do not miss the SOUL

Top 10 Best Paid Underground DJ’s

Top 10 Best Paid Underground DJ’s

That Tiƫsto has been the highest grossing DJ in the world for years now is pretty much common knowledge. And that a youngster like Martin Garrix will probably take his place in ten years you can be sure of as well (depending on whether his mother gives him access to his earnings, of which she controls everything at the moment).
But other than the astronomical annual salaries of EDM stars, who are cashing the most in the underground scene? At Fresh Sounds they did the research and collected the declared income of a great number of underground hotshots. Too bad the numbers of various American godfathers like Frankie Knuckles, Kerri Chandler, Kenny Dope, Theo Parrish, Mr Fingers, Mike Huckaby etc. were virtually impossible to find. So it isn’t a complete list yet, but it comes close.
Here is the list of DJs whose numbers were more readily available:
#10. Louie Vega – $2 million
#09. Adam Beyer – $3 million
#08. Mark Knight – $4 million
#07. Erick Morillo – $6 million
#06. Richie Hawtin – $8.5 million
#05. Sven Vath – $14 million
#04. Carl Cox – $16 million
#03. Sasha – $40 million
#02. John Digweed – $45 million
#01. Paul Oakenfold – $58 million
Enough about money; back to the music.


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