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Following bits of gossip toward the start of this current week, New York dance club Output has authoritatively uncovered that it will be for all time shutting as of January 1, 2019. The conclusion comes as a stun to numerous as occasions were recorded as progressing for one year from now.

Output opened its entryways in 2013 with a mission to bring house and techno to New York City with straightforward. The club was well known for its no telephone photography tasteful and sensible underground vibes. With its conclusion, underground kinds will probably have a harder time finding proper settings to play in the city.

 The lasting closure will land on first January 2019, finishing with a New Year’s Eve marathon party featuring John Digweed.

Check the Statement below : 

Dear OUTPUT community at-large,
For our cherished home OUTPUT, it is that inevitable time of night when the last song has faded and the lights are coming up to signal the end of an epic journey… and just like that - poof - the party is over. It is with that same familiar mix of melancholy sentimentality and deep satisfaction that we announce the permanent closure of OUTPUT, as of Jan 1, 2019.

New Gesaffelstein album has just been confirmed, titled Hyperion. Since Gesaffelstein raised  billboards  introducing his arrival in late October, the move music gossip process has been buzzing with murmurs in regards to a sophomore collection. Such promotion was expanded even more when, presently, the curt craftsman marked onto Columbia Records.

The greatest news, obviously, in Michel Lévy's ongoing intrigues was the arrival of "Reset" a week ago — his first single in years. Coming close by a video, the shocking, broken-beat track everything except affirmed the previously mentioned LP gossipy tidbits. All things considered, for what reason would the undercover Frenchman put such a great amount of exertion into advancing a single melody?

Finally, Gesaffelstein has confirmed that he does without a doubt have another collection: Hyperion.

Presently, through one more bulletin, the French maker has affirmed the presence of an approaching collection, as well as the name 'Hyperion' and its going with craftsmanship. The board surfaced in Miami, which is right now facilitating a convergence of guests for Art Basel.

We trust the contiguous picture will be the collection fine art for Hyperion, the breaking dark pane. Likewise, the dark pane is a get back to the memory of The Black Keys' 2010 collection, Brothers. The Black Keys' collection's declaration read, "This is a collection by The Black Keys. 

The name of this collection is Brothers." There is by all accounts a topic with how Gesaffelstein likes to make declarations, he appears to dependably post huge announcements. Only a couple of months prior he had put announcements up in Paris and NYC. The bulletins were strong dark with simply the world "Gesaffelstein" lit up on them.

Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo (born 11 March 1976), better known by his stage name Black Coffee, is a South African record producer and DJ. He began his career around 1995 and has released five albums as well as a live DVD. 

In September 2015, he won the "Breakthrough DJ Of The Year" award at the DJ Awards in Ibiza, a few weeks after the release of his fifth studio album, Pieces Of Me.

In 2016, he performed at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and Ultra Music Festival. At the end of 2016 he was named 91st on Resident Advisor's top 100 DJ's list encompassing all professional DJ's.

Watch Iconic moments of South African house Music Icon Black Coffee and check out the track names below.

King of Africa Scene, Black Coffee performing in Cannes and dropping Da Capo feat. Marissa Guzman - Dance Away The Pain Again

Black Coffee @ Salle Wagram for Cercle plays Keinermusik (Rampa, Adam Port, &ME) - Muyè (Black Coffee Remix)

In 2017 he contributed to the beat of the song "Get It Together" on Drake's album More Life released in March 2017

Black Coffee performing at Hi Ibiza plays Themba - who is themba

 In 2018, he released a single in collaboration with David Guetta titled "Drive" featuring Delilah Montagu. It is featured on Guetta's upcoming album 7.

Black Coffee in Cannes plays ID-ID 🇫🇷🎶🔊🎥@sanfix06

Incredible performance by Legend Black Coffee at Hi Ibiza playing this tune! 🎥@zuminska

Tomorrowland will happen more over two weekends in July 2019 , the dates has been announced. The gigantic celebration's first weekend will keep running from nineteenth to 21st while the second trip of the year will happen from 26th to 28th.

The topic of one year from now's celebration will be "The Book of Wisdom - The Return", a restoration of the subject that it kept running with in 2012. This year points the infamous  Belgian celebration's fifteenth year and will welcome 400,000 participants onto its broadly detailed grounds. Watch the trailer for the 2019 celebration underneath.

 People of Tomorrow: Are you ready for a new chapter in the history of this magical fairytale? Between July 19th – 21st and July 26th – 28th 2019, to celebrate its 15th anniversary, Tomorrowland is coming back with the most praised theme of all: The Book Of Wisdom.

Enlistment for tickets necessitates that you make a Tomorrowland account by means of their site, you'll have the capacity to do this from fifteenth December from 3 15 pm CET. Tickets will go at a bargain formally on nineteenth January.

 In case you're an extremist Tomorrowland sweetheart, you realize that The Book Of Wisdom was Tomorrowland's topic in 2012, which was additionally the achievement year for this yearly assembling. In 2012, for the first time, all tickets for Tomorrowland sold out in under multi day, soaring the celebration to obscure statures. This effectively clarifies why The Book Of Wisdom is back for additional.

Eric Sheridan Prydz ,  born 19 July 1976), also known by his aliases Pryda  and Cirez D  (among a number of others), is a Swedish DJ, record producer, and musician. He rose to fame with his 2004 hit single "Call on Me", and saw continued chart success with "Proper Education" in 2007, and "Pjanoo" in 2008. In 2016, he released his debut studio album, Opus.

In 2017, he won DJ of the Year at the Electronic Music Awards and was also nominated for Live Act of the Year.

Adam Beyer (born 15 May 1976 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish techno producer and DJ. He is the founder of Drumcode Records, and is one of several Swedish techno artists to emerge in the mid-1990s, along with Cari Lekebusch and Jesper Dahlbäck. Beyer is married to fellow Swedish DJ Ida Engberg, with whom he has three daughters


Adam Beyer & Layton Giordani & Green Velvet - Space Date [DRUMCODE]
Cirez D & Acki Kokotos - Sirtos Madness [MOUSEVILLE]
Layton Giordani - New York To Amsterdam [DRUMCODE]
Armand Van Helden - Witch Doktor (Agent Orange 2018 Rework) [STRICTLY]
34:00 Cirez D - Ultra 2013 ID
02 ID - ID
Cirez D - The Tournament [MOUSEVILLE]
JSPR - Transvection [ELEVATE] ID - ID ID - ID
Cirez D - Century Of The Mouse [MOUSEVILLE]
Alex Stein - Blackbird [TRONIC]
Cirez D - Glow [MOUSEVILLE]

Layton Giordani - Body Language [DRUMCODE]
Hidden Empire - Siam [OCTOPUS]
Marco Bailey - Rektor (Marco Bailey Re-Edit) [MATERIA]
 ID - ID
Pryda - Exit ID 2013 (Working Title) [PRYDA]
ID - ID Cirez D vs. Adam Beyer - On Off vs. What You Need (Eric Prydz Mashup)
Thomas Schumacher & Victor Ruiz - Wonder [ELECTRIC BALLROOM]
Plasmic Honey - Dance Slut w/ The Chemical Brothers - Hey Boy, Hey Girl [VIRGIN]
 2:27:28 UMEK - Gatex (Stanny Abram Amsterdam Mix) [MAGIK MUZIK (BLACK HOLE)] w/ SRVD - Elevate (Dub Mix) [REKIDS]
Hidden Empire - Bengal Pleasurekraft -
Primordial [KRAFTEK]
Pryda - Soho Miami 2018 ID (Working Title) w/ Adam Beyer & Bart Skils - Your Mind [DRUMCODE]

Nina Kraviz wrote at her Facebook account: So.. as the year 2k18 is about to end It’s time to think about all the good things that it brought and to dream about the next one. I am excited to announce 2 new releases on my beloved label @triprecordings.

The first one- Trip 22 “cheerful pessimist” is fully dedicated to the youngest artist in the house ( he is only 20) -my Russian brother Vladimir Dubyshkin who this time is celebrating his first solo record on the label! Yahooo!

The music is very physical and will revive any dancefloor with it’s dynamic power yet trippiness..the second release is dedicated to the “New”. trip 23 “happy new year. we wish you happiness” is a 8-track collection of everything I love in the techno music right now.

Fast, breakneck, yet trippy, at times little bit silly, not overcompressed, groovy unforced electronic music from old friends -PTU, Vladimir Dubyshkin, a legend - The Mover, and totally new artists on the label -young lady Carlota and Moscow based virtuoso Buttechno who released a lot of great music elsewhere but I think this side of his is rather less exposed.

The theme of the record -New Year-is symbolic. In Russia we love snow. Snowflakes are literally everywhere. Even on the cover of trip 23. Though this “industrial snowflake” is an actual Soviet architectural futuristic drawing of a school that was never build in the end.

A good friend of mind shown me the drawings of his grand grand father-reputable architect- and -I said “that’s it! A snowflake has been found” It was an instant click. Same click happened with Modular master Dan Snazelle (the man behind My fav moduls Snazzy Fx).

When I stopped by his studio in New York we played on his gear for a few hours. I cut the recording, edited it and added vocal samples. Well, I think it’s a wrap. I love you p. s. Both records will be distributed via Clone. You can listen to the snippets on trip below.

Marco Carola is a global ambassador of techno. From Napoli in the south of Italy, Marco was instrumental in the development of the electronic scene in the early 90s, he took the flourishing techno Neapolitan scene to the rest of the world.

Over twenty years later and Marco is still one of the most respected artists amongst the techno scene, widely regarded as one of the key factors in driving the genre towards worldwide recognition within electronic music.

 As a revered producer and successful label head, Marco has spearheaded imprints such as Design Music, Zenit, Question, One Thousands and Do.Mi.No whilst releasing music on a selection of the world's finest labels such as Minus, Plus 8 2M and Primate Recordings.

In addition to five critically acclaimed albums, including his most recent Play It Loud, Marco has also been responsible for a clutch of seminal mix compilations. In 2006, his mix for legendary London club Fabric's series was a lesson in sleek, future-facing minimalism.

That was followed up by well received compilations for Time Warp in 2009. In 2010 Cocoon label boss Sven Väth asked him to mix the Frankfurt based label's Party Animals CD alongside Nick Curly, which took Carola's dj taste and skills to new heights.

Famed for his energetic and impressive three-deck style of mixing and long journey set, Marco has remained one of the most in demand DJs on the planet throughout the last two decades. Favoring mammoth eight hour plus sets, Marco is predisposed to a subtle working of the crowd that has made him a favorite among fans from Ibiza to New York, South America and beyond.

Berlin's Senate is providing one million euros to help clubs invest in better noise protection.According to Der Tagesspiegel The funding model should make the scene and living compatible. Some have fun, others can not sleep.

Groaning basses and party noise, which annoys the neighbor in need of rest, belong to Berlin. In any case, in the neighborhoods, which are advertised in the guides as a tip for partygoers. This creates conflicts that have been smoldering between clubs and residents for years. Both sides have good but quite opposite arguments.

Another endeavor to in any event contain the issue is a financing program for "clubs and music settings" that can not manage the cost of costly soundproofing. One year back, the House of Representatives made one million euros accessible to the Fund, which is regulated by the Berlin Club Commission. From Wednesday, the subsidizing rules for the new program come into power, the principal applications are as of now accessible.

Clubs and music scenes that can't bear the cost of their own soundproofing would now be able to apply for state-financed bolster through the Berlin Club Commission. For venues that have been working for at least two years, the application is a two-organize process. Fundamental archives are now accessible on the web. Beginning next February, an autonomous jury of specialists will meet multiple times to pick the recipients.

"Berlin's club culture is known worldwide and a hallmark of our city," said Senator Ramona Pop (Green) the Tagesspiegel. If you want to benefit from it, you can obtain the application documents online. In a two-stage process, together with the operators of the clubs, a noise protection concept will be drawn up. An independent expert jury, which meets three times in 2019, will discuss the applications. First in February next year.

It is assumed that interested clubs already comply with the legal noise protection regulations. Only what is measurable goes beyond what is funded. The clubs that want to benefit from this have to demonstrate regular program operation for the past two years. Excluded are revue and musical theaters as well as large concert halls. A lot of money is not distributed anyway with the new promotion. The public grant should not exceed 50,000 euros per application, in a "project of extraordinary importance" may be up to 100,000 euros. If you can not manage to keep your club for two years, you have to pay back the support.

Source: Der Tagesspiegel

Absolute Scenes with Maestro Solomun at after Parties in Argentina, Chile & Amsterdam! Solomun at A'DAM The Loft for Audio Obscura After Party played from 11 a.m and and finished late at night! Watch best moments and check out the track names below.

In 2005, Solomun began producing music, founding the record label, Diynamic in late 2005 with his partner Adriano Trolio, who manages the booking for Diynamic. The motto for Diynamic is "Do It Yourself." Eventually, Solomun met H.O.S.H. in 2006, and that is when Diynamic kicked into full force. 

Solomun's first EP on Diynamic, Solomun EP, came out in 2006.Since then, he has released many other EPs and compilations, as well as the 2009 album Dance Baby. In December 2010, he launched a second label, the more experimental 2DIY4.

In 2011, Solomun remixed Noir & Haze's "Around." The track was dubbed Remix of the Year by Resident Advisor.He was named Mixmag's "DJ of the Year" in 2012,which is when his rise in popularity soared to new heights.


Troste - ‘Rabiosa
ARTBAT - Upperground?
martin eyerer - levels
Kink- 'Perth' (Dusky)


Pional - Time Of The G
Haze m - anupam??
Jeans Team - Keine Melodien (MJ Lan Mix)
The Organism - Reflection
Animal Picnic & Novakk - Khokana

2:40 Petros Odin "Love Report"


First track Dixon's weapon (unreleased)
1:57 beirut- tone depth
2:56 tika- denis horvat
3:21 osunlade- idiosyncracy
3:44 nitro delux- this brutal house

Solomun b2b Hosh bringing the vibes at after parties at Chile 🇨🇱 and Argentina🇦🇷

1- tika- denis horvat 
2- Surrender - Martin Landsky remix
4  Noir and Haze - Around (Solomun)

He is considered the toughest bouncer in the world. Now Berghain icon Sven Marquardt has experienced what it feels like to fail at the club door according to bz-berlin.

Berlin's famous photographer Marquardt had a show at Goethe-Institut in Sydney, when he chose to go clubbing. Because of facial tattoos! Mr. Berghain Sven Marquardt did not enter the club.

In Sydney, he was not allowed in because of his martial facial tattoos.

"Later I talked to the owner and he told me that he was in Berlin and did not come to the Berghain", Marquardt revealed at the Artist Talk with Sebastian Preuss in the Galerie Deschler. The award-winning photographer chatted with the attitude (sunglasses and light lisp) of a Karl Lagerfeld about his current exhibition and his latest project, at Australia.

Club owner later apologized to Sven, and noticed that he was additionally denied passage in Berghain when he was in Berlin.

Check out some comments at reddit below:

Sven Marquardt (Berghain Bouncer) was denied entry in a club in Australia this weekend. Justice has been served I guess.

Probably did him a favour. Sydney nightlife is a joke.

Solution: Deny entry to everyone.

went to berghain and tresor back to back weekends and I got to say that I appreciate this guy's job more now. Sure, it sucks to queue up for 2 hours and not get in but once you are in there's a world of difference to other clubs in Berlin.

Ha! Funny story although not sure it’s entirely true!
That being said, as annoying as it is to be denied entry into the Berghain/Panorama Bar (I’ve been denied 2x) once you get in you realise why Berlin clubs make such a big deal out of “picking” the right people to come into their club.

There’s no denying it has a positive affect on people once they enter, everyone is on their best behaviour and add to the fact no pictures are allowed in most clubs it makes for a truly safe environment where everyone is free to express oneself without fear.
I wish more clubs (especially in London) would make a concerted effort to follow this model, so we wouldn’t end up with nightclubs severely populated with kids under the ager of 25 who are unable to handle their drink let alone take drugs “safely”.

But I guess it’s hard to be so strict in London when bars and clubs have to close super early compared to their Berlin counterparts :(

I think its pretty polarizing. Techno shouldn't have a dress code.

Source: bz-berlin.de

Friendship. Gratitude. Music Passion. Turbo Recordings is proud to present the feel-good story of the year with the debut release from Tiga & The Martinez Brothers.

"This is a true labour of love,” says Tiga. “Two of the most refreshingly positive figures in dance music teaming with me, the heartless cynic with a heart of gold. Positivity and actual quality: the best of both worlds."

Tiga was originally meant to produce tracks for the DJ duo, but the sessions soon evolved into a full-fledged collaboration. The three men manned the studio in psychic unison, laying real-time drum programming and minimal storytelling over a techno foundation to create a truly dynamic dynamic. The result is some of the best work of their careers.

“Chris and Steve brought a deep knowledge of house music and DJ energy-flow, while I left my deep hatred of live studio jam sessions at the door," adds Tiga. “These tracks are tougher, funkier and weirder than 99.3% of contemporary dance music, and it’s all because we were brave enough to get sincere and real."

The material was written and recorded over the course of two sessions at Montreal’s Lost Star Studios, a haven for vintage gear and laid-back vibes right out of your most casual dreams. It was easily the most fun anyone’s had in a studio since 2014.

"You can keep your VIP laminates and hot flavors of the moment,” concludes Tiga. “I’m here to tell you that there’s nothing cooler than the magic of friendship.”

Part II of the collaboration is set for release on The Martinez Brothers’ Cuttin' Headz label under the name The Martinez Brothers & Tiga, an inspiring nod to the importance of fairness in project credits.



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