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...that a DJ with no massive hits to his name, who tends to steer clear of mainstream trends, rarely gives interviews and has not released a commercial mix CD for years can find himself at the top of Resident Advisor’s Top DJ Poll for four year in a row?To get to the root of this broad and sustained appeal, we need to go back to his formative years and ask what a DJ is essentially there to do in the first place.


When Dixon entered the Berlin club circuit in the early 90s, he made his name on the strength of his djing. Back then, confidence or experience from releasing mixes online didn’t matter as much as it does now. You had to do your practice, of course, but when your sound was good and your mixing tight enough to take it to the clubs, there were opportunities out there. But with those opportunities came responsibilities. A residency did not mean playing the same club every once in a while, it meant playing the same club every week. The crowd didn’t consist of people who pick and choose club nights and their guest djs as the weekly hype commanded them. These were people who headed straight to a certain club night because they were sure its resident dj would deliver the goods this week as he did last week, and the next weeks to come. As long as that happened, there was no need to move on.





In such a context, there is no quicker way to learn how to become a very good dj than by making people dance throughout a set that lasts the whole night, on a very regular basis. If you can’t hold the crowd for hours, you won’t make it. It’s learning by doing, the hard way. Dixon not only learned very quickly, he loved every moment of it. Starting out low, slow, unfolding the flow, working towards a peak, then working towards another, turning up, turning down, to find the exact moment to switch the mood, to find the perfect way to end what should be a lasting experience. Once you’ve passed your exams in the night club school of that era with flying colours, you can rely on those skills forevermore, and Dixon certainly did. His residencies then and now are clearly schooled on the stylistic and technical versatility and skills, attitude, stamina and experience gained from countless nights honing ways to direct a loyal crowd on the dance floor at will.


However intent Dixon was to follow the path of his choice throughout his career, he certainly didn’t insist on travelling alone. He used events to introduce foreign djs to Berlin crowds, raised his profile by providing memorable support slots in the process, and contacts were made. He got to know like-minded souls from all over the globe, he travelled abroad himself, and his reputation grew further. Meanwhile, back home, he made bonds with Jazzanova and became involved with their vibrant Sonar Kollektiv label.


In 2005 the rise of minimal sounds in club land was gaining momentum, while house was on the opposite trajectory. Sooner rather than later, Dixon concluded that there must be a way to maintain his preferred sound while so many djs and artists were reducing the musical ingredients of their output. The choice was simple: adapt or rebuild. Dixon opted for the latter and took the next step with a Sonar Kollektiv sublabel called Innervisions, which he founded with Âme. 






It was clear from the beginning that this label intended to make a difference, and that here all the connections Dixon had made with like-minded souls should come into fruition. It was a platform conceived to keep up the house tradition to which all those involved stayed so faithful over the years, but it also intended to breathe fresh life into it. And so it did. If Dixon’s famous rework of Tokyo Black Star’s Blade Dancer knocked on the door, then the second release, Âme’s future classic Rej EP, broke it off its hinges. It was around this time that the label parted from the Sonar Kollektiv mothership and became independent. The following releases by befriended artists confirmed the almost instantly strong reputation of the imprint and within a short time it became obvious that this label had achieved something rare: it had created a sound and an identity that began to seep through the scene, affecting the music other labels recruited and released. While it was developed on the back of a long-running tradition, Innervisions kicked house back into the present focus, and many others were happy to join in, either again or for the first time. 






Over the years, the Innervisions sound has become a stable reference point, adding a continuous context and substance to Dixon’s dj sets. And in turn, his appearances at clubs and festivals provide a constant source of crowd feedback to help finely adjust the label’s musical course. Dixon’s performances and the label’s releases share a number of recognisable values: an emphasis on rigorous selection, attention to detail and enduring quality. But also a preference for emotion over function. In both a musical and visual sense, Dixon is not averse to using bold colours and theatrical flourishes. No wonder his selection skills have also been called upon by the fashion industry (and following his taste in shirts has become a side hobby of dance music aficionados...).






Finally, Dixon has always maintained the importance of delivering an authentic message. This striving for a unique identity has driven an obsession with making personal edits, tweaking tracks until they fit just right. Sometimes it means striking the right balance between educating and entertaining the crowd. But mostly it involves staying open to new ideas, following the urge to explore and trusting the same instincts that were formed in the very first years of his career. It’s a unique combination that has helped to create intimate, compelling and above all lasting memories on and off the dance floor.



One of the biggest tracks of 2018 is finally set for an official release.Released by:DrumcodeEP  / release date: 18 June 2018
Anyone who has followed the DJ sets of Adam Beyer or Dutch ally Bart Skils, would be familiar with the stirring vocal and thundering impact of ‘Your Mind’. While the track begun as a tool, the reactions when tested out were so momentous they decided to turn it into a full track. 

Together they teamed up to add more percussion, snares and a rolling acid line to complete its transformation. The result? One of 2018’s most powerful techno weapons highlighting Time Warp, Awakenings and Ultra Music Festival, to name just a few.











Watch Dixon b2b Âme's magical set at Innervisions, OFF Sónar, Barcelona 2018 and check out the tracklist below.



Tracklist:

Part 1
Chino – IP [SHTUM]
Carl Finlow – Anomaly (2016 Reissue) [CRAIGIE KNOWES]
ID – ID
Arthur Baker ft. Rocker’s Revenge – On A Mission (FK Rockers Dub) [CROSSTOWN REBELS]
ID – ID
Martin Waslewski – Majaka [EXPLOITED GHETTO]
ID – ID
Dalfie – Outlaw [PETS]
BOg – Jahar (Mathias Schober Remix)
Tocotronic – Die Unendlichkeit (Roman Flügel Club Mix)
Fango – Sikhote [KOMPAKT]
Claptone ft. Nathan Nicholson – Under The Moon (Catz ‘N Dogz Remix) [DIFFERENT (PIAS)]





Part 2
Butch – Countach [COCOON]
ID – ID
The Juan MacLean – What Do You Feel Free About (Man Power Remix) [DFA]
Nathan Fake – Sunder [NINJA]
Essaie Pas – New Path (Anthony Rother Remix) [DFA]
Konvex & The Shadow ft. Frag – Shining Like Haloes (ID Remix)
The Golden Filter – Talk Talk Talk














Founding father of Diynamic Music, giant of the underground scene and luminary DJ/Producer Solomun delivers his first full EP in three years.




The EP leads with the dramatic and theatrical title track “Customer Is King”, soon to be featured as part of a long-rumoured collaboration between Solomun and Rockstar Games, creators of Grand Theft Auto, with more information to be revealed soon.

The EP also sees Diynamic Music, the Hamburg-based imprint founded by Solomun and Adriano Trolio, celebrate its 100th release, passing the impressive milestone with a trusted and well refined musical recipe that has seen the label rise to be one of the most successful and supported underground labels of the last decade.



Following on to “Dre”, which is sure to find its way into many summer sets, is a musical tip of the hat to the early West-Coast sound that was popularized by music icons such as NWA, 2Pac, Snoop Dogg, Warren G and most notably, Dr. Dre.

“Ich Muss Los” (German for “I have to get going”) delivers a more compelling and industrial mood, akin to many an applauded dark, early morning set from Solomun himself.

Now with both the labels anniversary and 100th release behind them, Solomun and the Diynamic label continue to harmoniously innovate at a pace that surpasses their contemporaries, pushing their creative boundaries in and out the DJ booth.

Solomun - “Customer Is King EP” is available through Diynamic Music on 13th July. Listen to it below.











Peggy Gou is a Berlin based Korean artist. Through a regular stream of high quality mixes she has begun to turn heads in underground circles. Sitting somewhere between Detroit, London and Berlin in sound, her DJ sets are a assured, kinetic combination of dark, pulsing house and techno, broken beats and abstract compositions.






Peggy Gou at Bangalore, India plays Peggy Gou - 'It Makes You Forget (Itgehane)













Energy 52 ‘Café Del Mar’ created at 1993 and quickly became a trance classic has been given an epic melodic techno remix by Italian duo Tale Of Us.'Cafe Del Mar' by Energy 52 is an Ibiza classic.





UK label Renaissance Recordings  announced ‘The Remix Collection’ series in which tracks turning 25 are going to be remixed. 

You can watch the video teaser featuring Es Vedra and stream in full the track below.












Hittn' the stage with amazing Stephan Bodzin and his track Kerberos (Stephan Bodzin & Marc Romboy) at Festival Reperkusound. ALBUM & TOUR INFO: www.meute.eu Get in touch: http://bit.ly/MEUTE Apple Music: https://apple.co/2LLbYKa Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2y7tqXm Deezer: https://bit.ly/2HF8rL3 Amazon: https://amzn.to/2JFjZzy Tidal: https://bit.ly/2l8wLvL MEUTE on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/meutesound Stephan Bodzin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StephanBodzi... Filmed during the 13th edition of Reperkusound festival organized by Mediatone at Double Mixte, Vielleurbane, France on 30.03.18. Video produced by NO7HINK Filmed by Bastein Cochet and Laurent Monneron. Edited by Laurent Monneron. KERBEROS Written by Stephan Bodzin and Marc Romboy; Published by Hanseatic Musikverlag & Systematic Recordings Musikverlag





Experimenting and preparing for another CLOSE show this weekend for a very special anniversary of Sónar Festival celebrating their 25 years of support in electronic music and culture. CLOSE is an ongoing experiment – designed to show how far you can blur the definition of what is a DJ and what is a live performance. For those of you who aren’t at Sonar, we have CLOSE scheduled over the next months with a special series of concert shows in the UK in October including the Roundhouse in London and the O2 Academy in Glasgow. CLOSE UK Tour tickets are on sale now via Ticketmaster, Gigs & Tours, Ticket Tannoy and Resident Advisor. Thursday October 11, 2018: O2 Academy, Glasgow Promoted by DF Concerts. Tickets: http://bit.ly/RHCLOSEGLASGOW Friday October 12, 2018: Roundhouse, London Promoted by SJM Concerts and LWE. Tickets: http://gigst.rs/RHclose Richie Hawtin Presents CLOSE will take place at the following events in 2018: All Points East, London, UK / Friday May 25 Forbidden Fruit Festival, Dublin, Ireland / Saturday June 02 Northside Festival, Aarhus, Denmark / Friday June 07 Castello Scaligero, Villafranca, Verona, Italy / Saturday June 09 Sònar 2018, Barcelona, Spain / Saturday June 16 Awakenings, Halfweg, Netherlands / Sunday July 01 Les Eurockéennes de Belfort, Sermamagny, France / Friday July 06 Mad Cool Festival, Madrid, Spain / Saturday July 14 Audioriver, Plock, Poland / Friday July 27 Lowlands Festival, Biddinghuizen, Netherlands / Saturday August 18 O2 Academy, Glasgow, UK / Thursday October 11 Roundhouse, London, UK / Friday October 12





Via Mixmag

Surely it gets no bigger? Love this? Subscribe if you want :) http://mixm.ag/L8j8ta Sign up for Junction 2 in 2019: https://www.junction2.london Junction 2 , A LWE event, saw three heavyweight back-to-back sessions for its third edition at London’s Boston Manor Park on June 9. Heading up the bill was Adam Beyer and Carl Cox, who will be spinning a world exclusive duel set, as well as playing separate solo slots. Dixon and Âme also helmed a six hour session together, and Sonja Moonear is joined forces with Nicolas Lutz. Ahead of the festival, Adam Beyer said: "It's a dream come true. Playing back-to-back with one of my absolute heroes will be one of the highlights of my life personally as well as professionally".


Solomun plays a major role in redefining European house music with productions, remixes and DJing by taking the very building blocks of House and deftly reconstructing them with a modern twist.


A respected underground DJ and producer for a number of years, his stratospheric rise in popularity kicked off in 2012. The same year Mixmag Magazine voted him as “DJ of the Year. 

His Ibiza success story began in 2013, when he inaugurated his infamous “Solomun+1”-residency at Pacha, which instantly became the island’s go-to event on Sunday nights. 2015 saw the commencement of his second residency concept: “Solomun+live” is an outdoor daytime event with nothing but live-acts as his special guests. Solomun loves working in the studio, but his passion for DJing and performing is obvious to anyone who has seen him play anywhere around the world. His infamous Boiler Room set from early 2015 is the fastest growing Boiler Room video of all time, with around 18 million views – and counting. He is not afraid of taking the audience on a journey.



About his style, where vigour, deepness and emotion go hand in hand in a very musical way, Solomun once said: “People have emotions. So why not on a dancefloor?” Running two successful labels, (Diynamic, 2DIY4) and Ibiza residencies (Solomun+1 at Pacha, Solomun+LIVE at Ushuaia) or the Diynamic Radio show, which is broadcasted in about 30 countries - it is all connected with Solomun’s passion for music. He does so much in the same way he manages the variety of influences on his music: with a soft touch, a little dance move and real honest commitment to “Doing It Yourself”.





Watch CARL COX b2b ADAM BEYER epic set at Junction 2, London check out the tracklist below.

Tracklist:

[00] Danny Tenaglia Feat. Celeda - Music Is The Answer (Dancin' And Prancin') (ID Remix) [Twisted America]
[04] ANNA - ? [Drumcode]
[08] ?
[12] Darren Emerson - Deadlock [Intec Digital]
[16] Riva Starr Pres. Hyperloop & Green Velvet - S-Sound [Drumcode]
[21] Brennen Grey - Through The Lens (It's A Fine Day Edit) [Intec Digital]
[25] Elio Riso & Muter - Twilo (Vikthor Remix) [Natura Viva]
[30] Cirez D - ? (Promo)
[38] Adam Beyer & Bart Skils - Your Mind [Drumcode]
[42] A Homeboy, A Hippie, A Funki Dredd - Total Confusion (ROD Unreleased Edit) [Different (Pias)]







[47] ?
[50] Loco & Jam - Heat it up
[54] ?
[57] Koen Groeneveld - You Gotta Believe [Abzolut]
[60] ?
[68] Cirez D - On Off [Mouseville]
[70] Adam Beyer - What you need
[75] Wehbba - Catarse [Drumcode]
[82] Enrico Sangiuliano - Symbiosis [Drumcode]



This is the story of Fur Coat...

Hailing originally from Venezuela, and now based in Barcelona, Fur Coat’s story is one of passion for techno and electronic music. It’s a tale of deep, dark driven beats and rolling grooves that both encapsulates the mind and moves the feet. It was this love of music that in 2004 brought Sergio Muñoz and Israel Sunshine together and led to a musical intertwining which would drape itself over the shoulders of the music industry.


Crosstown Rebels founder Damian Lazarus unearthed Fur Coat and promptly signed and released their debut EP “Space Ballad”. However It would be their release ‘ You and I’ featuring vocals from Cari Golden in 2012 that would put the name Fur Coat on the tongue of weekend warriors across the globe. ‘ You and I’ became a global anthem and added fuel to the Fur Coat fire that was already blazing bright. Their debut album ‘Mind Over Matter’ quickly followed and was a smooth blend of club bombs and downtempo grooves that received rave reviews. 


As a result the guys found themselves racking up the airmiles and rocking the dance floors of the most prestigious clubs in the world on a weekly basis. Their longstanding friendship and musical kinship came into its own when in the DJ booth, seeing them able to piece together breathtaking sets and wowing crowds at clubs such as DC10 in Ibiza, Watergate in Berlin, The Warehouse Project in Manchester, Rex Club in Paris, Fabric in London, Verboten in New York, Warung Beach in Brazil and many more.

Another landmark was reached as the guys released their first original material since Mind Over Matter. The 'Theres No Time’ EP came out on Hot Creations, followed quickly by 'The Right Move EP' for Ellen Allien's legendary Berlin imprint Bpitch Control, which featured the vocal talents of Jaw from DOP, again cementing Fur Coat’s name at the top of the industry. The duo’s made their much anticipated return to Crosstown Rebels with the killer ‘U-Turn EP’ and its eponym lead track adding a new global dance anthem under their belt. On top of another year of intense touring, it led them to enter the prestigious RA Top 100 Poll straight into the 66th position. 




Many other acts would have stuck with the same tested recipe for success, but Fur Coat evolved their production prowess towards a darker techno sound, delivering bombs that both implode and mesmerise the dance floor at peak-times. This change didn’t go unnoticed, coming with reworks request for the likes of Stephan Bodzin, Matador and Röyksopp. Their dexterous skills were promptly picked for the infamous Balance mix compilation series and for the highly respected Essential Mix on Pete Tong’s BBC Radio 1 show. 

The duo also played to crowds at the biggest festivals around the globe such as Coachella, Lovelands, DGTL Festival, Snowbombing, Marvellous Islands, Day Zero, Audio River and Balafon Sounds. 

Their music has garnered respect from some of the biggest names in techno from legendary DJ and producer Sasha to Slam, Tale of Us and Nicole Moudaber. Fur Coat have kept up the relentless workflow with releases such as the “Interstellar” EP on the renowned Berlin imprint Watergate Records. 


On top of all of this the pair have plans to launch their own label Oddity Records so it’s not hard to see why their rise shows no sign of stopping. 2017 is set to be another defining year for the duo, whilst developing new material for upcoming releases the pair have a rigorous schedule of key shows across Europe, North & South America and Asia. Fur Coat’s story continues as they carry on pushing boundaries and delivering their deep, driving sound to ears within the most revered venues globally.




Nina Kraviz's трип label will release  its 20th release including a rare Aphex Twin alias Universal Indicator work, titled 'Don't Mess With Cupid', coming out on 20th July.



Album will also include  music by the likes of Kraviz, Bjarki, PTU, Exos,DEKA, Nikita Zabelin, Pilldriver, Shadowax and Roma Zuckerman.  Universal Indicator is a '90s project from Aphex Twin and Mike Dred.

The 20th release from Nina Kraviz’s seminal трип imprint is an homage to some of the most uncompromising manifestations of electronic music imaginable. Tracing sub-cultures from the 90s to the present day, трип 20 interrogates the boundaries of tempo and form via hardcore, gabber, acid techno and ambient. A mix of unreleased material and essential gems, the ten-track compilation visits трип regulars, esoteric masters and relative newcomers on a voyage to the extremities of a global underground.

You can listen to the full Shadowax track, 'I Want to be a Stewardess', below.













Glasgow-based DJ/producer Hector Barbour (aka Denis Sulta) creates vivacious, melodic house with underground sensibilities. Born in Glasgow in 1993, he grew up with a keen interest in dance music, landing his first job at the infamous record shop Rubadub. 

It was during his tenure there that he took up both music production and DJ'ing under the guidance of his co-workers, who were all very passionate about the scene.




Check out Denis Sulta's iconic moments and track names below.

Denis Sulta at PARKLIFE FESTIVAL playing Patrick Topping - Be Sharp Say Nowt











Marco Carola at Destino next 9th of August

It was during the 90’s that Italian-native, Marco Carola made his name, bringing the Neapolitan techno scene to the forefront of the global electronic music landscape. 

Since then, Carola has gone on to have a stunning career spanning over 20 years, developing a reputation that he firmly upholds to this day. Famous for his technique as a DJ, Carola’s mixing style is one that sees him capture hearts and minds, of dancers internationally.

With a likeness to Carola’s reputation, Destino, is one that carries similar regard as one of Ibiza’s go to destinations. An outdoor day club with a vast poolside area and panoramic views, offering powerful and specially curated poolside parties. Inviting some of the hottest Ibiza acts to play, Marco Carola, a regular spinner in Ibiza with a massive season ahead of him, holding down a residency at Amnesia, is no exception to this. 

 Carola’s Day Show will be a welcomed, sun soaked departure from the nights at Amnesia’s Terrace. Nevertheless, as one of the pioneers of modern techno music, Carola’s performance promises to be a unique experience of its own; this August, Poolside at Destino.







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