Stoim October 2020 Chart

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1. Stoim feat. Lee Wilson – Forgive (Original Mix) – Double Cheese Records
2. Aera – Way Out – Innervisions
3. Stoim ft. Laura Jackson – Sinking – Unreleased
4. Echo Deep, Elias Kazais, Viiiictor May – Vuka (Original Mix) – Pasqua Records
5. Doug Gomez & Lee Wilson – Get Up (Original Mix) – Merecumbe Recordings
6. Tracy Hamlin – MacArthur Park (DJ Spen & Thommy Davis Perishable Peak Mix – Terrence Parker Re-Edit) – Quantize Recordings
7. Antonio Ocasio feat Taola – Traveler – Tribal Winds
8. Braulio Siva & Andyboi – Kudala (Original Mix) – Celsius Degree Records
9. Stoim – Say – Unreleased
10. Lady Blackbird – Blackbird (Foremost Poets Adventure Mix) – Foundation Music

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Premiere: Alan Prosser – I’m Back (Kiz Pattison Remix)

Alan Prosser - I'm Back

With a discography brimming with over 100 releases on top labels including Ministry of Sound, Global Underground and Underwater Records, powerhouse progressive house DJ/producer Alan Prosser is about to make his debut on Pangea Recordings.

Ahead of the release of Prosser’s I’m Back EP out October 24, we’re thrilled to world premiere Kiz Pattison’s sprawling remix of the title track.

On his iteration, the Birmingham maestro crafts an energetic narrative, reconstructing the song with careful tempo-building while orchestrating a cadre of swirling pads and a relentlessly booming kick drum. It culminates in a swirling and thoroughly satisfying synth-soaked climax.

Hit the play button below and enjoy.

Iconic Ibiza DJ José Padilla Dead at 64

dj jose padilla death

Famed Spanish DJ José Padilla, who was known internationally for his downtempo chillout sunset sets at Café del Mar in Ibiza in the ’90s, has died at the age of 64.

According to a post shared on Padilla’s Facebook, he succumbed to colon cancer.

Hola amigos. It is with great sadness that we bring you the news that José passed away peacefully in his sleep on Sunday night here on his beloved island of Ibiza. His family and friends would like to say thank you to everybody who sent donations and messages of support to help make his last few months easier, and to all the staff of Can Misses Hospital for taking care of him until the end.
Now he has gone and the sunset in Ibiza will never be the same without him , but the beautiful music of Jose Padilla will stay with us forever. Adiós maestro … x

Padilla was born in Barcelona and moved to Ibiza in 1975. He began his residency at Café del Mar in 1991 and drew an international reputation for sets that included ambient and chillout music.

In addition to mixing six well-received Café del Mar mix CDs, Padilla toured and released his own original music.

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Joy Division/New Order’s History To Be Told on ‘Transmissions’ Podcast

Transmissions Joy Division New Order Podcast

A new podcast titled Transmissions: The Definitive Story will discuss the history of iconic Manchester post-punk bands Joy Division and New Order.

The genesis of both bands will be told from the perspective of group members and a star-studded coterie of musicians including Bobby Gillespie, Bono, Colin Greenwood, Damon Albarn, Hot Chip, Honey Dijon, Johnny Greenwood, Johnny Marr, Karen O, Perry Farrell, Stereolab, Thurston Moore and others.

The first episode of the eight-part of Transmissions series will air on October 29. The show will investigate Joy Division’s formation through the release of 1983’s seminal album, Blue Monday.

Bernard Sumner recalls, “Nothing would’ve stopped us – nothing did stop us, did it? Ian’s death didn’t stop us, Martin’s death didn’t stop us, getting all the equipment stolen didn’t stop us… There was nothing to go back to. There was no plan B.”

“To be in one band with such a distinct identity is pretty bloody lucky but then to get into two bands was amazing!” says Peter Hook.

Transmissions: The Definitive Story is produced by Cup & Nuzzle, who helm Robert Plant’s rather excellent Digging Deep podcast.

You can listen to a trailer for the first episode of Transmissions here.

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