Bryan Chapman October 2019 Chart

Bryan-Chapman DJ Chart

  1. Jessica Kert – Twin Peaks (Atmophile Electronics)
  2. Bryan Chapman – Nimrala (EPMmusic)
  3. The Plant Worker – Omicron 2 (ATT Series)
  4. Electric Rescue – White Valley (Virgo)
  5. Arnaud Le Texier – Push / Joachim Spieth Remix (Children Of Tomorrow)
  6. Terrence Dixon – Vertical Hold (30D Records)
  7. Ventress – Typhon / Svreca Remix (Edit Select)
  8. Agonis – Maschinenlogik / Marco Shuttle Remix (Amenthia Recordings)
  9. Uun – The Vanity Trap (Soma)
  10. ASC – Arsenic Bite (Auxiliary)

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Video Premiere: Dreaming Of Ghosts – You

Dreaming Of Ghosts

German artist/producer/composer Robot Koch has a proven track record of producing sonic offerings that transcend electronic music. Based in Los Angeles, his Dreaming of Ghosts project helmed with Fiora explores another world of artistic possibilities.

Ahead of the release of DoG’s Lunarum EP out tomorrow on Trees & Cyborgs, we’re thrilled to world premiere the futuristic video for “You” created by Brendan Bellomo and Aniela Sidorska.

Here’s what the filmmakers had to say about the video: “The music video was done in ‘one breath,’ using primarily in-camera effects with projection mapping that envelops the model in patterns of light, stars and darkness. The video contains all practical elements with no CGI. The light was created solely from the music itself, and contains every frequency of the instruments and vocals, in sync with the song.

“The video was filmed with a robotic motion-control camera to appear as one single-shot to showcase the fluidity of the composition. What we attempted to capture in the relationship of the projections and performance is both the meaning of the lyrics, as well as the notion that we feel at one with the music. On one side, we see the vocals being projected, on the other the bass. After we pass the point of looking at one’s own reflection, the projections switch, and we see the bass on the left hand side — almost acting like the heartbeat, not only of the woman but also of the song itself.”

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Premiere: Ursula 1000 feat. Loredana Grimaudo – Swing Boom Bop

Ursula-1000-Swing-Boom-Bop

We’ve sung the praises of fellow New Yorker Alex Gimeno (a.k.a. Ursula 1000) for nearly his entire 20-year career. A gifted DJ/producer/remixer who is able to navigate through a spate of styles including lounge music, pop and breakbeat, Alex has done well to craft an evolving soundtrack that works on and beyond the dance floor.

Ahead of the release of Esoterique, a collection of tracks sporting collabs with tracks Fred Schneider of the B-52s, Isabelle Antena, Qypthone, Gentle People as well as remixes by Jazzanova and Fantastic Plastic Machine, we’re pleased to world premiere the first single called “Swing Boom Bop” featuring Loredana Grimaudo of Swingrowers. It’s a rousing electro-swing throwback track that reminds us that it don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing.

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Diarmaid O Meara September 2019 Chart

Diarmaid O Meara DJ Chart

  1. Ike Dusk – Blinkyn – User Experience
  2. SPX – Mine Smelter – Earwiggle
  3. Rafa Ortega – Addictive – Different is Different
  4. Darkcode & Q’le – C99 (Michael Schwarz Remix) – Gobsmacked
  5. Patrick DSP – Runaway Pain – Wunderblock
  6. Volte Face – Blatchington Mill – Wata Igarashi Stairway remix – Bleed
  7. Diarmaid O Meara – Live in the Night – Different is Different
  8. Millhouse – Madness – Gobsmacked
  9. Diarmaid O Meara – Pow in the Kisser – Advanced
  10. Jokasti & Nek – Lullaby – Green Fetish Records

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