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Anfisa Letyago Remixes Moby's classic Go. You can watch the Italian techno artist playing the track below.
Young, talented, charming and charismatic, Anfisa Letyago is rapidly becoming one of the breakout stars of tomorrow. Her musical journey began almost 10 years ago in her home town of Naples where she first began to experiment with Djing and productions, driven by pure passion.
Fast forward to 2016 where she dropped her first release on the iconic dutch label Spinnin’ Records alongside Leroy Styles. ‘Stop Talking’ would eventually pave the way for her introduction into the world of electronic music, demonstrating her versatility as an artist and ability to stand out.
The result has seen her productions start to gain momentum on the scene, with the Tech House heavy ‘I Feel’ EP on Natura Viva in 2017 garnering huge attention and her ‘Bright Lights’ EP on Nervous records making a splash early this year.
Not one to conform to one genre, Anfisa has proven herself to be adaptable, most recently going back to back with DJ Pierre at ADE with a legendary acid house set. This subsequently led to her remixing the notorious ‘Phuture - Acid Trax’ as part of DJ Pierre’s 35th anniversary compilation release, alongside Carl Cox and Luciano, (available now on both vinyl and digital).
Watch the video and listen to the full track below.
Today is the day my remix of Moby ‘GO’ is OUT and see all your messages full of love makes me feel sooo happy guys! Thank you for all your support and thanks Moby for having me in his project 💙— Anfisa Letyago (@AnfisaLetyago) January 21, 2022
Link: https://t.co/RONKzroZj1 pic.twitter.com/2IUL7nH083
Legend Carl Cox has dropped a new drum & bass mix.
The UK electronic DJ and producer, who is normally known for his techno music DJ sets, has dropped a massive drum and bass mix for Eats Everything's Edible Records broadcast, Edible Beats.
Carl dropped tunes from the absolute greatest names in drum and bass including Netsky, Break, Friction, Enei, Commix and Shy FX - however his pacing varies from what you may anticipate from a drum and bass blend in with just 17 tracks filling the hour.
Eats Everything wrote: When thinking of what to do for my New Year @EdibleRecords radio show I thought I’d ask @Carl_Cox for a guest mix & not only did he say yes but he sent me an absolutely BAD BOY Drum n Bass mix! Big up Coxy you absolute hero & legend
Carl Cox (born 29 July 1962) is a British house and techno record producer and DJ,[ who lives in Brighton and Hove.
In the 1980s, Cox became a mainstage DJ in the electronica industry. He has performed at numerous clubs and events worldwide and has served as a monthly DJ for BBC Radio 1's Essential Mix.He has hosted a residency known as 'Music is Revolution' every summer season at the Space Ibiza nightclub, from 2001 to 2016.
Everybody Loves The Sunshine - Netsky 00:00
Lightweight (Break remix) - Total Science 06:36
We Never Slow Down (ft. Eva Lazarus) - DC Breaks 10:15
Yellow Shoes - DJ Marky & SPY 24:00
Stay Forever - Blame 26:33
Be True (original mix) - Commix 30:33
Spread Love (Nu:Tone remix) - Lenny Fontana 34:54
Kill That Sound (Benny Page Remix) - Deekline & Specimen A 39:00
Warning (feat Gappy Ranks - Bou remix) - Shy Fx 41:33
Time Is Hardcore (Breakage's Hardcore Bubblers Mix) - High Contrast 44:51
It Is What It Is - Russell Small, Reigns, Dno P 53:12
Check out the mix below:
When thinking of what to do for my New Year @EdibleRecords radio show I thought I’d ask @Carl_Cox for a guest mix & not only did he say yes but he sent me an absolutely BAD BOY Drum n Bass mix! Big up Coxy you absolute hero & legend ❤️❤️❤️ https://t.co/bZzvRICG9s pic.twitter.com/LeboR6nKEU— TwEats Everything (@eats_everything) January 7, 2021
He Wrote at his social media accounts:
Music fans from across the world actually travel to the German money to visit eminent clubs like Tresor and Berghain - and a developing effort is approaching the specialists to apply to Unesco to secure the scene.
According to Sky News A few appraisals say around 100 clubs have shut somewhat recently in a city which originally took on the techno sound after its rise in Detroit during the 1980s.
The association, Rave The Planet is campaigning German specialists to apply for immaterial social legacy (ICH) status.
Made by Matthias Roeingh also known as Dr Motte, the DJ who established Love Parade, Rave The Planet intends to get techno formally perceived as cultural form protected by UNESCO.
Detroit DJ, Alan Oldham, told The Observer: “Unesco protection would go a long way towards maintaining that old spirit,
“Legacy venues like Tresor and Berghain for example would be protected as cultural landmarks.
“So many venues have closed in just the seven years I’ve lived here full-time. In other cities, it would be the natural club cycle at work, but Berlin is a different kind of place, where the club and creative scenes are the currency of the city.”
Dimitri Hegemann, who established Tresor – "the vault" – under a previous retail chain in east Berlin, is another ally
Techno is still essential for the texture of the city, as indicated by Peter Kirn, a Berlin-based DJ and music maker . "You in a real sense can hear this music pounding from all corners. It's truly all over," he said.
The well-known Ibizan businessman, Pepe Roselló, plans to open a musical restaurant in the Ses Variades area of Sant Antoni next season according to Periodico de Ibiza. This was confirmed by Roselló himself to Periódico de Ibiza.
Earlier this year, gossipy tidbits about the dance club's revival circulated, Roselló declared at that time: "It will be Space".
It is a restaurant on the seafront, in the Posta de Sol building: Space Sun Beach. Roselló explains that the restaurant's menu will be based on raw materials of extreme quality, with fresh local produce.
With the start-up of this place, Roselló acknowledges that it will be a place that will be very reminiscent of Space, but “above all it will be a testimony to the musical legacy that José Padilla left us.
Presently, we realize that Space Ibiza will get back to the White Isle as a music themed restaurant and bar called Space Sun Beach situated on the Sunset Strip inside Posta del Sol at San Antonio. Obviously, the amazing occasions will likewise return under another name 'Sundays at Space.'
He also prefers to wait before confirming the name of the star DJ of the party, it is enough to know Pepe Roselló to be able to have clear suspicions of who he will be.
Presently, Roselló seems to have affirmed its return with image arising on the web of the structure where Space Sun Beach, Space's new music-themed bar and eatery, will be introduced. The image shows a banner across the structure perusing: "Space Ibiza Dance, coming soon”".
Also a picture of Space's logo has showed up on a huge screen, on the Hard Rock Hotel in Playa d'en Bossa, with 'coming soon' composed under.
Charlotte will play an exclusive, 10 hour all-night set that will allow her to dig deep into every corner of her collection and serve up the sort of thrilling, genre-blurring sets she has become so well known for. Says Charlotte, “One of the few things that kept me sane during the past 18 months was keeping up to date with new music that got released.
I’ll be playing 10 HOURS LONG in February! Pre sale starts Monday 25th October at 18h (CEST), general on sale starts Tuesday 26th October at 10h (CEST) 😎🇧🇪 https://t.co/INWJ2qEj5R pic.twitter.com/mq1jbPJ94d— Charlotte de Witte (@CharlottedWitte) October 19, 2021
The celebration has said that this subject will "investigate the groundbreaking force of dreams, both exacting and metaphorical, and commend the visionaries who divert this strong energy in enlightening, frequently strange, here and there extraordinary ways."
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After a long hazy blur of pandemic insomnia, unanchored in time and adrift between sleeping and waking, it’s time to start imagining the future again. And with exactly that in mind, we’re excited to reveal this year’s Burning Man theme: “Waking Dreams.”
At BRC 2022, we will explore the transformative power of dreams, both literal and figurative, and celebrate the dreamers who channel this potent energy in eye-opening, often surrealistic, sometimes life-changing ways. For what is Black Rock City if not a collective manifestation of the community’s dreams?
“That reintegration of dreaming and waking consciousness that fuels surrealism also sounds a lot like how many people describe their Burning Man experience, as a sort of waking dream… It is a signature aspect of Burning Man culture that we transform our dreams into actions in the world. Not just an inner transformation but an externalization of that vision, bending the arc of reality toward the fantastic and bringing the world along for the ride.”
It is a signature aspect of Burning Man culture that we transform our dreams into actions in the world. Not just an inner transformation but an externalization of that vision, bending the arc of reality toward the fantastic and bringing the world along for the ride.
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After a long hazy blur of pandemic insomnia, unanchored in time and adrift between sleeping and waking, it’s time to start imagining the future again. And with exactly that in mind, we’re excited to reveal this year’s Burning Man theme: “Waking Dreams.” ✨https://t.co/oBfh1vKQR7— Burning Man Project (@burningman) October 14, 2021
Hailing from Naples by way of Russia, Anfisa Letyago is quickly becoming one of techno’s most talked about new talents.Young, talented, charming and charismatic, Anfisa Letyago is rapidly becoming one of the breakout stars of tomorrow.
Her musical journey began almost 10 years ago in her home town of Naples where she first began to experiment with Djing and productions, driven by pure passion. Fast forward to 2016 where she dropped her first release on the iconic dutch label Spinnin’ Records alongside Leroy Styles. ‘Stop Talking’ would eventually pave the way for her introduction into the world of electronic music, demonstrating her versatility as an artist and ability to stand out.
Proving her prowess behind the decks from the get go, Anfisa has performed around the world alongside some of the biggest names in the game, such as Radio Slave, Pan-Pot, DJ Pierre to name a few
Breakthrough DJ/producer of 2019: “Anfisa Letyago. I’m gonna put her on at Ultra next year, she’s a really talented live performer” - Carl Cox, DJ Mag, powered by Beatport.
The past couple of years have seen Anfisa hone her talents and perfect her craft by pushing boundaries, experimenting and constantly evolving.
Her productions have won the support of many prolific fellow DJ’s such as Adam Beyer, Charlotte De Witte and the aforementioned Carl Cox who has gone on to be an ardent backer of her music by signing her 2 EP’s, ‘So Good’ and ‘Catch the Spirit’ to his higher regarded Intec label.
1 Durosai - 143 In My G37
2 Lacchesi & Mac Declos - Give It To Me (Nelly X-Rated Edit)
3 Space Cruising Kid Creme
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