The Great Attractor is an apparent gravitational anomaly in intergalactic space at the center of the local Laniakea Supercluster, in which the Milky Way is.
This anomaly suggests a localized concentration of mass thousands of times more massive than the Milky Way. It is observable by its effect on the motion of galaxies and their associated clusters over a region hundreds of millions of light-years across...
Here you go with the soundtrack to a beautiful & powerful Cosmic event via mule musiq:
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This is what feels the italian Dj Mirko Di Florio!
''Supported by the biggest Electronic music artist like Jamie Jones, Marco Carola, Lee Foss, Loco Dice.
Mirko Di Florio is part of the international house music scene from a long time.''
Working with Matt Tolfrey on the iconic label "Leftroom" and then with The Hector Couto's one "Roush" Mirko it has been noted by Darius Syrossian and who took him as resident of their ibiza Party "Do Not Sleep" and he played in clubs like "Privilege" "Space" and "Sankeys" and lately on "Too Long" Milan Consolle where he's still resident and he obtained a bigg success in Italy.
In 2016 he started a collaboration with Lee Foss who introduced him into "Repopulate Mars" family where he released "Coco Club" Ep which tracks has been played in many festival as "WMC Miami" "BPM" and in Ibiza during the summer to such an extent than " Elrow" and " Circoloco" choose them for soundtrack of the promotional campaigns.
In the same year the EP "Get into the Groove" released on Deeperfect which contained the tracks "Forward" and "Acid Hole" and the single on "Kaluki" "Bad Influences" obtained great success and support from artist like Jamie Jones , Marco Carola, Lee Foss, Darius Syrossian...
In 2018 Mirko has released 2 other singles on Repopulate Mars, "Say What?" and " Soul City " and later he left on tour, first one in America where he played a showcase with Lee foss at The WMC with also Cameplhat, Detlef, Latmun and Bijou Boston where he played with Shiba San, straight after he ad a second tour this time in South America where he played in the most important Ecuador club "Lost Beach". In may he took part on another Repopulate Mars show ace this time in newcastle with Lee Foss, Mk, Max Chapman.
“I’ve always been very interested in how far you can push DJing, and my new show CLOSE is an audio-visual experience that allows me to experiment much more than my regular DJ shows and hopefully by the-set up and the visuals, it actually allows you to get closer to what is actually happening…” - Richie Hawtin
RICHIE HAWTIN CLOSE will take place at the following events in 2018:
Mad Cool Festival, Madrid, Spain / Saturday July 14
Audioriver, Plock, Poland / Friday July 27
Lowlands Festival, Biddinghuizen, Netherlands / Saturday August 18
L'Olympia, Paris, France / Wednesday October 10 O2
Academy, Glasgow, UK / Thursday October 11 Roundhouse,
London, UK / Friday October 12
''The best friends Mathias & Matthias had their first contact with music by playing an instrument in a classic orchestra where they also first met.''
Over the years, their interest for electronic music increased more and more.
They started making electronic music together back in 2012. Today they’re better known under the stage name „Karrer & Rahmero“. Once a month you can hear them in Augsburgs famous club “Mahagoni-Bar” where they have their own residency.
Since they are working together they have developed more and more a passion for Tech House, Deep House and Techno. In between those genres they found their signature style.
Now they are releasing their first Tech House track called „Wait a Minute“ on the label GRV RCRDS.
Now they are releasing their first Tech House track called „Wait a Minute“ on the label GRV RCRDS.
They already have lots of new IDs for the summer waiting to get released.
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Tracklist: 0:30 Kid Simius - The Flute Song (Paul Kalkbrenner Remix) 4:40 Paul Kalkbrenner - Battery Park 9:55 Paul Kalkbrenner - Part Three 14:50 Stromae - Te Quiero (Paul Kalkbrenner Remix) 22:00 Paul Kalkbrenner - Part Five 24:40 Paul Kalkbrenner - Torching / Gigahertz 29:00 Paul Kalkbrenner - Part Four 33:20 Paul Kalkbrenner - Part One 37:35 Paul Kalkbrenner - Bengang 41:30 Paul Kalkbrenner - Part Eight 47:55 Paul Kalkbrenner - Sky And Sand 52:50 Paul Kalkbrenner - Part Thirteen 57:40 Paul Kalkbrenner - Gebrunn Gebrunn 1:03:20 Paul Kalkbrenner - Altes Kamuffel 1:09:15 Paul Kalkbrenner - Feed Your Head 1:15:50 Paul Kalkbrenner - Part Two 1:21:00 Paul Kalkbrenner - Aaron
It can be the similarities between two people that draw them together, but it's the differences between them that create something special. It would be nothing if those two polar opposites failed to meet in the middle. Such is the story of Pan-Pot.
Tassilo and Thomas met at Berlin’s renowned SAE, and were drawn together as they were the only two in their studies who had their sights set on the sound of techno. Their initial musical efforts placed a primacy on integrating electronic experimentation with minimal stylings while simultaneously establishing the ominous, murky sounds that have since become synonymous with their name. The next few years saw the release of a steady stream of original tracks and remixes on both Mobilee and Einmaleins, each demonstrating the duo’s commitment to precise, undulating and kinetic grooves accompanied by a steady expansion of their sonic palate.
The defining moment of Pan-Pot's career came in 2007 with the release of their debut artist album, Pan-O-Rama. The aptly named long player offered a 360-degree view of techno that was unique, uncompromised and most importantly, their own. The body of work perfectly balanced heavy, peak time club stormers to deeper, more intricate atmospherics and birthed the overground hit "Charly". More recently "Confronted" and "Captain My Captain" have demonstrated their classic, bold and timeless production style, presenting them as the producers at the top of their game, both sonically and conceptually.
Pan-Pot hasn't gotten to where they are on their productions alone. When the two aren't spending countless hours in the studio remixing or creating original work, they are relentlessly touring. This is how they have truly gotten to where they are: by touching the writhing, euphoric, dancing seas of bodies at countless gigs every year. Not only do they have an electric vibe to watch, but their grasp and keen understanding of each and every dance floor is unparalleled. Whether it's an intimate club night or a massive festival like Awakenings, Timewarp, or Creamfields, Pan-Pot know exactly what to do. Unconstrained by boundaries, they traverse techno, house and everything in between with a masters touch.
Although their name comes from a basic element of studio equipment, they have rewritten notions of form and function through their own idiosyncratic language and are now stepping completely into a new world with the launch of their own imprint, Second State. Second State is not only a platform for Pan-Pot to release their own music, they are creating a family of like minded artists around them to create, imagine and travel the world with, spreading the Second State vision. It's a place where all ideas can flow seamlessly. From music and events to art and fashion, it's a place where there is no ceiling. No limits to what can be achieved or dreamed. Now is the time they are truly coming into their own. Not only as world class artists and performers, but as tastemakers and masters of their own destiny.
TRACK-LIST: 1. Kirilik - Nestinari 2. Oscar Mulero - Out Of Sight 3. Juliet Fox - Unconditional 4. Yotam Avni - Luna 5. Woo York - Energy Pulse 6. Oliver Lieb - Gone 7. Aitor Ronda - Efimero 8. SCB - Extinct (Anna Remix) 9. Tocotronic - Bis uns das Licht vertreibt (Marcel Dettmann Remix)
A giant, 100-foot-tall mirror ball is coming to Burning Man this year.
A group of artists and architects led by Danish architects Bjarke Ingels and Jakob Lange constructed this gigantic Sphere.The ORB is a giant sphere, scaled to 1/500,000th of the earth’s surface, with a diameter of nearly 100 feet.
The ORB finds itself at the axis of Art & Utility, capturing the entire Black Rock City in an airborne temporal monument that mirrors the Burning Man experience to the Burners as single beings in the midst of an intentional community. Visible from most of The Playa, it will help Burners navigate the desert and find way.
At night, the ORB will blend entirely into its surroundings and become part of the desert. The ORB is a tribute to mother earth & human expression - designed to easily inflate and deflate, leaving no trace on the Playa.
Why They are raising funds?The ORB’s honest and clear expression hides a lot of complexity and effort. We have funded the majority of 30 ton of steel and 1000 hours of welding of the structure as well as 1500 sewing hours for the 2000 m2 / 21,500 sq ft sphere ourselves. To complete the funding, we are looking to raise 50 000 USD from friends, family and anyone who would like to bring this art piece to Burning Man 2018 - your donation will bring a temporal planet to the Playa!
If you want to help and read more Head The Orb's indiegogo page or Join at their facebook event page.
Taking on a true trance classic and a personal favorite of his, Len Faki takes us back to the golden era of big melodies and early raves, sharing two very distinct interpretations of Firedance by Odyssee of Noises, the prolific production outfit helmed by Ralf Hildenbeutel.
Originally released in 1994 on legendary label Eye Q, this track marked a special period for Faki, when he was fully immersing himself into the scene, and accompanied him through his most formative times as a dancer and a becoming DJ.
Brimming with the iconic elation of those nights, side A keeps with the emotive theme of the original‘s Sunrise version, tweeking only slightly to cater for the needs of these days‘ dancers. Re-shaping the classic to match modern productions for it to be mixed with current bangers, Faki packs the tune‘s anthemic appeal into a propulsive ride down memory lane...
As with all releases of LF RMX, the proceeds of this record will be forwarded to the Berlin organization Straßenkinder e.V. to be used in actions against child poverty.
Tale Of Us is the new unique Berlin based sound scape project of Carmine Conte & Matteo Milleri.
This tale dawns in Milan, where Karm and Matteo met at a very young age. The Lombardic capital will turn out to be the preface of their success story as they now reside in Berlin, their inspirational verge.
Born in Toronto, Karm moved to Italy when he was just a child. It was at the tender age of ten when his parents took him to a classical concert that he felt “true love at first sight.” He dreamed of becoming a pianist but eventually settled for law school. Matteo left New York when he was just a year old and spent his late teens booking techno artists for his loft parties. After Karm quit law school, the pair met while studying music production at the SAE Institute. There, they bonded over a mutual love for music and discovered their complementary talents, thus marking the origin of Tale Of Us.
The aforementioned can only be crafted by soaking up inspiration in art, music, literature and cinema. These influences range from Nils Frahm, Max Richter and Ludovico Einaudi to the sheer bubbliness and truly original crossover production of ‘How Much Are They?’ by Jah Wobble, Jaki Liebezeit and Holger Czukay. Other all-time favourites include Italian jazz singer Paolo Conte, Evigt Marker & the Cinematic Orchestra.
Tale Of Us' ever-changing sound has resulted in numerous invitations from some of the finest labels in the world. They made their 2011 debut on the Detroit-based label Visionquest. After that came Richie Hawtin’s M_nus imprint and the legendary Belgian label R&S.
2010 marked the birth of Life & Death and in just a few years, together with some friends from Italy, they transformed the label into an anthology of its own at an unseen pace. Very quickly, Tale Of Us became the driving force behind the label, attracting a myriad of talents such as Mind Against, Recondite, Steve Rachmad, Vaal and many others. The tie-in label parties at DC10 Ibiza very quickly made it into the hearts and minds of clubbers. Of their own accord, Karm and Matteo truly shook the vibrant Balearic isle to its core.
Instances peak and perspective comes in good time.
So incepted Afterlife: An odyssey through the realm of consciousness.
Launched mid-June of 2016 at Barcelona’s outdoor Plaza Mayor de el Poble Espanyol, this date proved to be a perfect foreword to their 13-week Thursday residency at Space Ibiza. Through meticulous musical curation and a more experimental, concert-like approach, Afterlife sonically revived Ibiza. Characterised by mesmerising soundscapes and lush rhythms, both critics and club-culture as a whole went wild over lineups including Recondite, Nina Kraviz, Dixon, Ame, Mind Against, Vaal, Mano Le Tough and many more.
A 10-piece compilation followed soon, launching the label. The records have orbited the same goal as the events; moving the crowd into another dimension of musical perception with enthralling production. As well as a follow up Realm Of Consciousness compilation (including tracks from Woo York, Mathew Jonson and Hunter/Game), Afterlife Recordings has released EPs from Vaal, Mind Against & Aether and Patrice Bäumel.
Now, Afterlife is going global, with further events so far taking place in Amsterdam, Bucharest, London, Miami and Tulum.
It was only a matter of time before Tale Of Us broke free from the mould of dance music. Enter Endless, their album released via Deutsche Grammophon in March 2017, a profound and beautiful ambient/classical LP. It liberated them to express their roots in piano composition and Eno-esque atmospherics, not what most people know Tale Of Us for, but their most complete and honest statement yet. A sign of things to come.
With multifaceted focus, Tale Of Us break poetic and emotional boundaries, bringing revery and awe to multiple scenes and levels, usually hemispheres away. Watch as this tale grows and flourishes.
TRACK ID_ HERE: Portishead - SOS (Johannes Brecht Remix)
Tale of Us performing at Peacock Society Paris! Supported by @trackidmag Track name: Portishead - Sos (Johannes Brecht Remix) @taleofus @johannesbrechtmusic #taleofus #johannesbrecht #trackidblog #trackidmagΗ δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη Track? ID. Techno and House (@trackidblog) στις
Solomun issued an apology because during his act at Kappa Futur Festival on Saturday in Turin, Italy he included in his set a track with a sample of the adhan, Islam's call to prayer.
Read his annoucement he made earlier at Facebook:
First and foremost I would like to apologize to all Muslims around the globe for playing a track at Saturday’s Kappa Futur Festival, which contains a vocal sample of the Islamic Call to Prayer.
A big thank you to those pointed out to me that I unknowingly had just made such a big mistake.The track in question was a demo I had just received shortly before show, and as you can imagine, I receive countless demos each month. I skipped through the track and upon this first listen I really enjoyed the beat, but hadn’t noticed it contained a vocal sample.
And NO … while the track played I was not at all aware what was actually happening, but I sensed that something was off and I had a very odd feeling about the situation, even though I did not understand the language. Directly after the break I mixed out of the track.
Now that I was made aware of the impact of this, I want to ask for your forgiveness: With all my heart I want to apologize for hurting religious feelings. As I am a religious person myself, nothing could be further from my intentions. I am deeply ashamed that this has happened.
I contacted the producer of the track and let him know to not release or even play the track anymore. Of course, we also deleted the recording of the set wherever it was possible, because something like this is not supposed to be out there anymore.
Music is there to connect people, and this is what it has always been for me – not something to create anger or hurt feelings. I am devastated and full of sorrow that I did not achieve this last Saturday.
I hope you can accept my sincere apology, because it comes from the heart.
The world's biggest event for electronic music is back on August 11 2018. Be there and celebrate one of the most beautiful dance events. 9 stages and more than 25 trucks with 11 hours non stop music.
Check out below some of the acts:
OPÉRA STAGE (Mainstage) : Paul Kalkbrenner14:00 / Seth Troxler16:00 / Joris Voorn17:30 / Tale Of Us19:00 / Loco Dice20:20 / Joseph Capriati22:00 / Pan-Pot23:30
CENTER STAGE hosted by elrow: De La Swing14:00 / wAFF14:00 / Eats Everything16:00 / Tini Gessler17:15 / Bastian Bux 19:0 / Andreas Campo21:00 / Andrea Oliva22:30 / Nic Fanciulli23:45
The BPM Festival (POR), Club Bellevue (ZH) Dubfire 15:00 / Nicole Moudaber15:00
Vagabundos (ES): Luciano15:00
For more informations head to Official site here
Watch duo Tale Of Us playing magical set at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport for Cercle and check out the Tracklist below.
02:35 Aether - Raven
07:21 Brian Cid - Petalos Sole
12:09 The Drifter - Three Words Max
16:41 Remcord - Koto 20:56 ID - ID
25:53 Save - Yallec 28:20 ID - ID
34:06 ID - ID
39:59 Scuba & SCB - Test Tubes
44:40 Leeroy Thornhill & Max Lyazgin & Hugobeat & Sevenever - Do Me A Favor (Haze-M Dub)
49:34 Portishead - SOS (Johannes Brecht Remix)
56:06 Trilucid - Endless Moment (Martin Roth Remix)
1:00:46 L.B. Dub Corp - Nearly Africa Dub
1:11:27 ID - ID
1:16:16 Sascha Funke - Surumu
1:20:34 Mathame - Nothing Around Us (Tale Of Us Remix)