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Josh Butler ft. Lono Brazil – The Essence of House (Noir)

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What is the essence of House music? It certainly is a hard question to answer. For some, house is a sort of stress reliever, a way to escape from the pressures of everyday life. For others, it can be a spiritual or religious experience, giving individuals the ability to connect with their fellow humans in a way that can only be possible on the dance floor. Longtime DJ and house entrepreneur Lono Brazil expresses how important house music is to him, while Noir artist Josh Butler lays the house vibes on strong.

What started as a chance encounter between Lono and Josh’s manager, grew into a year long discussion that eventually culminated into Josh featuring Lono on his latest release. The entire EP is a refreshing take on the old school Chicago house sound, paying respect to the music that started it all. Dario D’Attis, Metodi Hristov, and Miguel Bastida all have their hand at a remix, leaving it a hard decision to choose a favorite.

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ARTIST: Dario D’AttisMetodi HristovMiguel BastidaJosh Butler
RELEASE DATE: 2015-08-24
LABEL: Noir Music
CATALOG: NMW081

Prendi  Mano

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Oasis Festival Podcast #001 By Martin Roth

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Influenced by both the classic progressive house sound of the 90’s & 00’s and the deep house avant garde of today, Martin Roth’s DJing style, tracks and remixes have been continually supported by the likes of Sasha, John Digweed, Eric Prydz, Tiefschwarz, Solomun, Climbers, Jozif amongst many other leading names. 

Today we’re featuring the Berlin-based DJ ahead of his gig towards the exotic Oasis Festival in Marrakesh, Morocco this September. side from being served to some of the finest names in electronic music right now – like Harvey, Agoria, Âme, Danny Daze, Derrick Carter, DJ Tennis, Ellen Allien, Gerd Janson, Guy Gerber B2B Matthew Dear, MANIK and Pachanga Boys, to name but a few – guests will be able to enjoy their festival experience in a setting and surrounding as divine as they come. 

The Frankfurt born, Berlin based DJ & Producer Martin Roth first arrived in the spotlight of global underground dance music when alongside Eric Prydz and Deadmau5 he was named a Beatport Star of 2009 as a result of topping their sales chart no less than 5 times that year, achieving an incredible 16 Top 10 positions and receiving 3 nominations at the Beatport Annual Awards for his productions and remixes.

Influenced by both the classic progressive house sound of the 90’s & 00’s and the deep house & electronica avant garde of today, Martin’s tracks & remixes have been continually supported by the likes of Solomun, Sasha, John Digweed, Eric Prydz, Tiefschwarz, Pete Tong amongst many other leading names.

2012’s „Beautiful Life released on Anjunadeep Records became one of the biggest deep house records of the year achieving a number 1 Beatport chart position, residing in the Top 100 for 6 months and racking up an incredible 4 million plus views on You Tube.

The follow up, „Make Love To You Baby, again on Anjunadeep, reinforced Martin’s position as a stalwart of the trippier shade of deep house and found favour with many of the major players in the scene.

As a classically trained pianist Martin is very at home in the studio making music and he has a number of his deep and textured grooves getting ready for release in 2015 as well as the launch of a new production project exploring the techno sounds he has always loved.

Equally as natural and instinctive on the decks as he is in the studio, Martin has built a strong career as a DJ and amongst appearing regularly at the best clubs on every continent he held down a residency at the legendary Ministry of Sound in London.

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Adriatique | Agoria | Alex Niggemann | Âme | Amine K | Axel Boman | BLOND:ISH | Cassy B2B tINI | Chloé B2B Fairmont | Danny Daze | Daox | Derrick Carter | DJ Harvey | DJ Tennis | Dyed Soundorom | Ellen Allien | Gerd Janson | Guy Gerber B2B Matthew Dear | Kali.G B2B Secret 47 | MANIK | Martin Roth | Moroko Loko | My Favorite Robot | Nicole Moudaber | Pachanga Boys | Pardon My French | Robag Wruhme | Tee Mango | Tsepo | Will Saul | Full Line-Up |

September 11 – 13 | Oasis FestivalTickets | Marrakech, Morocco |

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Record Label In A Box: All You Need To Start A Label In One Package

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Even though there are now more labels than ever in the dance music industry, it’s also the best moment to start your own with the current boom in dance culture. But how exactly do you start a record label? Because there’s a lot of planning, paper work and infrastructure that comes into the equation when you’re planning to open up your own imprint, right?

Well, the people at Ditto Music asked that same question and then found a solution to the hassle of starting your own record company: the Record Label In A Box. It features everything you need to start up. Depending on the package you buy, you can choose how much you want to have covered as a future label exec.

There are four box sets available: basic, premium, professional and enterprise. The premium box (340 euros) is probably the best deal here regarding value for money. It includes the start-up paperwork, which will officially turn your label idea into a limited company; the record label contract pack will get you covered regarding all your legal documents and artist contracts. Hard copies are enclosed for your reference. Your USB pen and online account contain digital templates that grant users legally binding contracts to everybody’s personal specifications.

Buyers will also receive a domain name to register your company under. The label certification guarantees your record label to be registered with the PPL and have the certificate to prove it. A business bank account for your new company at Barclays will allow starters to receive business support, free seminars, training, ongoing mentoring and advice.

The opportunities database is perhaps the most interesting part in the content package. What it will get you is access to an up to date list of possible business opportunities for you record label, be it festival opportunities, to Hollywood movies looking for soundtrack music.

The professional and enterprise boxes contain extra features, including a full-scale mentoring program that will guide you through every step you will need to take in the first year after setting up your label. It comes at a steep price though, as the enterprise level will cost you roughly 4.800 euros.

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Jozef K & Winter Son featuring Flora Cruz – Tribal Rhythm (Firehouse)

The first signing to Kim Ann Foxman’s trailblazing Firehouse imprint is a dancefloor-shredding hi-energy house track that’s been going down a storm at clubs from ...

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Tribal Sessions and The Redlight Announce Closing Parties

This summer Sankeys has maintained it‘s position again as the fastest growing club for the 4th year in a row. Increasing it‘s attendance by nearly 30%, the majority of ...

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Full Premiere: Polynation – Anther (Original Mix)

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SoHaSo (Something Happening Somewhere), the label run by ormer Trouw resident Nuno dos Santos, is celebrating the summer with not one, but two compilations. Selecting unique pieces by artists known and unknown, the SOMEWHERE series feels like a sound-based confessional. Telling unheard stories, exposing unseen surfaces and unheard sounds.

SOMEWHERE I and II are set to be released digitally, a vinyl sampler with a selection of the tracks featured in the full compilations and as well as a very limited run of CD’s. Something is happening somewhere, once again.

The first release contains some true sonic pieces of art, by contributors that have erected the label’s reputation in the first place: Love Over Entropy, Presk, Sigward and of course Nuno Dos Santos himself.

The Premiere featured today comes from Polynation, who brings us a nearly 9-minute thriller in the form of ‘Anther’. Polynation is an electronic duo that originated from the minds of Stijn Hosman and Hessel Stuut. Fusing moods of electronica with techno, ambient and world music, Polynation is foremost an exciting live-act that seeks out to start a musical conversation based on spontaneous interaction, improvisation and a more band-like approach towards electronic music. The dialogue between the guys is defined by the use of electronic, acoustic sounds and live drums to create a lush musical canvas influenced by live-acts like Bonobo, Caribou, Nicolaas Jaar and Minilogue.

SOMEWHERE I – Cd + digtal – 28-08-2015 Tracklist

01 Island Kizhi – Lone Boy
02 Polynation – Anther
03 Love Over Entropy – Rommella
04 Nuno Dos Santos – Wibaut127
05 Presk – 2BXPRZD
06 Sigward – Moonface Oracle
07 Kiani & His Legion – At The Violet Hour

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