After Deerk Hollaender’s smashing #020 episode of the Say What Podcast, we’re back today with another fresh talent: Ettica!
Feeling in the mood for some slightly harder Techno?
We continue our strong week with this awesome set by Adam Port and &ME from Berlin, rocking down under at Revolver Club in Melbourne. Their sound can best be described as a mixture between playful synths and proper techno, resulting in a combination that takes you on all kinds of journeys in your imagination…
Happy Monday everyone! As always, we kick off the week with a pretty heavy set to wake you up a little. This one is by Forest People from Bosnia. Make sure to listen to this one on a good sstem or on your best pair of Headphones. Trust me, you’ll thank me later…
Get your party mode on with this recording of Terry Francis playing live at Fabric! This is the perfect warmup for a Friday night out clubbing. Check it out and have a great weekend!
Today, the Romanian talent Nu Zau takes us on a wonderful journey through his signature sounds on the brand new ERA podcast. Very nice!
We keep the London theme going today with Wade and PAWSA, both playing b2b at the Dawn Afterhours at Lightbox in London. Definitely a set to add to your iTunes playlist. Check it out!
It’s really hard to one-up Randall’s set from yesterday, so we really won’t even try. Instead, we have Julian Perez’ 2013 New Years Day Set for you, which he played at FUSE in London. By the way, you can win free VIP tickets for FUSE or any other club right here ; )
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Happy Monday everyone! Do you know these situations when you are at a party and it seems like the DJ is playing the same boring 4/4 kick loop for hours? Well, we definitely do. It’s a total snoozer, and because of that we decided to post the exact opposite of that for a Monday morning starter today. Check out Randall M’s set for Blue Peach Recordings after the break. If you are looking for something to completely let go into and surrender to, look no further. We think it’s a truly wonderful set. Will it be going onto our
iPods iPhones? You betcha.