It’s finally available!!! Bjorn Torske’s take on everybody’s favourite Luminodisco tune ‘Oh Mary.’ It’s an impossibly adventurous 11 minute epic with buoyant chords dancing over trilling guitars. Lush, multi-layered and brimming with musicality, this is the sort of dubbed out yet percussively lively masterpiece that will mark the high point of any set as it washes over you time and time again. Epic Original Mix included. Hell Yeah!
sunshine live vol. 68 – die heißesten und neusten electronic Dance-Tunes für eure Ohren!
Direkt aus der Heavy Rotation von Deutschlands electronic radio number one sunshine live mit Vollgas direkt in eure Player!
Ab dem 21. Juni ist Deutschlands Radio-Compilation Nummer 1 wieder überall im Handel und in allen Download-Shops erhältlich! Auf 3 CDs und Online mit zwei exclusiven Non-Stop Bonus Mixen…wer kann dazu schon Nein sagen!?
Randvoll mit den coolsten Tracks aus den Clubs und dem Programm von sunshine live! Mit dabei…Friends of Mayday, Hardwell & Mike Williams, Armin van Buuren, Scooter & Xillions Tom Novy, Tujamo, Tiesto, Moguai & Luciana, Don Diablo ft. Kiara und viele mehr!
sunshine live vol. 68 – und jede BeachParty wird zum Megarave! Ab dem 21.6. überall im Handel!
Stripped Down hits a super sixth release with the hugely prolific Basti Grub at the helm. Over more than a decade this German producer has turned out an always evolving and vast amount of EPs and LPs. Using a range of different instruments and modular synths he cooks up inventive minimal tracks that are dance floor focused but packed with new ideas. First up here is solo track ‘Would Be An Angel’ which has a zoned out quality thanks to the harmonic bell sounds and stripped back rhythms. Enchanting vocals are hypnotic and the various breakdowns build the tension, only for things to roll on again and surely get huge reactions in the clubs. ‘Amelie’ is the second fantastic offering and finds Grub link with DJ Slowhand, who has been resident at Tanzhaus West FFM since 2011. Together they cook up a sparse techno track that takes you on a journey to the heavens, with lush chords, choral vocals and synth orchestration all exuding clean, crisp and classy feelings of subtle euphoria.
Manuel Baccano – this name stands for a versatile German DJ and highly talented producer. With many of his productions, the outstanding artist reached the top 10 positions in many Dance charts. He has already remixed acts such as Tom Novy, Jerry Ropero, Boogie Pimps, JCA, Michelle Lawson, Niels Van Gogh or Falko Niestolik. DJ giants like Chris Lake, DJ Chuckie, Tiesto or Bob Sinclar played Baccano’s tracks and love his incomparable sound. In addition, the workaholic is one of the owners of Bikini Records. He recently collaborated with Cosmo Klein and released the track “Hold On” on Run DBN. On Seveneves Records, the talented artist is now making his debut with the track “Wherever We Take“. In addition to the Radio Edit and the Extended Version exists a huge Falko Niestolik Exclusive Dub Mix.
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Ukrainian duo Orbit & Belogurov have long been responsible for crafting out some subtle and expert minimal house wares, and it’s a trick they repeat with distinction here – this time courtesy of Cesare vs Disorder’s and Quenum’s always on-point Serialism label. Backed by a remix of rising star Stephan Bazbaz (who teams up here with Asael Weiss), the Issue EP features three originals as well as the aforementioned remix, with each track on show most definitely worthy of your attention. Coming back to classic dub house on this release and also featuring some a flourish of minimal swing on the remix, ‘The Issue’ follows much-appreciated releases by The Mole and with a Cesare vs Disorder original on its way (will one will come backed with a remix by Dan Andrei) and a Quenum also (with a remix by Luciano) these are heady times indeed for the São Paulo/London based imprint.
First to go is Reboot, a long-time advocate of stripped down grooves on labels like Cadenza and Get Physical. His eight-minute masterpiece is a warm, underlapping house cut with sub bass and loose synths getting under your skin.
Moblack and Monaberry artist Sobek goes for something superbly slow burning,
layering up the poignant synths and drums into something that is poised and grandiose.
Next up, Ibizan based label boss Claudio Ricci is in fine form as he reworks ‘Galaxy 82’
into an upbeat bit of classy techno with serene Detroit pad work and thoughtful keys
taking you into the future.