Ecuador DJ/producer/engineer Andre Salmon is widely known in his country’s club music scene. The proprietor of four labels — Anima Somnis, Maniacs, Ouch! and Sagmen — he’s been gaining international attention by way of his top releases on Suara, VIVa Music, Get Physical, Leftroom, Repopulate Mars and HOTTRAX.
This month Salmon will present Daddy’s Little Girl, a smashing three-track EP for Mar-T’s Wow! Recordings. It’s available exclusively via Beatport on November 20 and everywhere else two weeks later.
Ahead of his new release we connected with Salmon and asked him to give us the lowdown on five tracks currently dominating his DJ sets Continue Reading →
This month Swedish indie-pop twosome Tundran dropped their seven-track Morning Moon EP on PRMD Music to a bit of fanfare on the interweb. The duo — Jakob and Felix — draw influenc from disco to’80s electro-pop.
The pair put “All The Love” in the hands of Stockholm-based electro-house producer Jacob Tillberg, which we’re pleased to world premiere. On his blindly good remix, Tillberg embellishes the cut with sleek sounds while maintaining the original’s vibe.
Says Tillberg of his re-rub: “I wanted to make something different and beautiful but still something that works on the dance floor. I think the remix speaks to a broad audience with a mix between future house and some jungle sounding elements. You can both chill out to it and party to it.”
Get a first listen to the remix below by hitting the play button.
German DJ/producer Samuel Kindermann (a.k.a. Einmusik) has embraced an inclusive musical stance ever since he began cajoling dance floors in the booth and hand-crafting music that gives clubbers something for their mind, body and soul.
To wit, his signature has continually evolved by incorporating elements of deep, techy house, melodic electronica and shards of techno into a heart-warming sound.
His eclectic, forward-thinking ethos is embedded on each track found on his recently released album, Serenade,released on his Berlin-based Einmusika Recordings. Divided into two sections — Movement 1 and Movement 2 — Kindermann hones a breathtaking, heart-warming expedition that touches the face of the cosmos.
As Kindermann winds down another artistically productive year, he shares five tracks currently dominating his DJ sets. Continue Reading →