Lyric Hood of Floorplan July 2019 Chart

Lyric Floorplan chart

  1. Oliver Dollar – John’s Church feat. Nils Ohrmann (Mousse T.’s Extended Disco Shizzle Remix) (Classic)
  2. Floorplan – I Feel Him Moving (M-Plant)
  3. Barbara Tucker – Beautiful People (Floorplan Extended Mix)’ (Positiva)
  4. Oliver Dollar – Jam Hot (Defected)
  5. James Meid – Deeper Love (Basica Recordings)
  6. Emery Warman & Roland Clark – Prove Them Wrong (Selected)
  7. DJ Sneak – ‘Why I Love You (Main Mix) (Launch Entertainment)
  8. Pete Heller’s Big Love – Big Love (David Penn Extended Remix) (Defected)
  9. Mike Vale – Music Is the Answer (Glasgow Underground)
  10. Lyric – Nineteen (M-Plant)

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Contest Alert: Win Tickets to Paul Oakenfold & Liquid Todd at Schimanski

Contest Paul Oakanfold at Schimanski

Contest alert! Legendary DJ/producer/Perfecto Records boss Paul Oakenfold returns to Williamsburg, Brooklyn’s Schimanski on July 26. He’s currently crisscrossing the world supporting his recent album, Sunset at Stonehenge, issued at the beginning of the year. The bill also features a set from local NYC DJ hero and long-time friend of Big Shot Liquid Todd.

We’re giving away a pair of tickets to see Oakey to one lucky Big Shot reader courtesy of the club. Could it be you?

Enter to win by tweeting the following:

I want to win tickets to @pauloakenfold at @schimanskinyc on July 26 from @bigshotmagazine. More info: https://bit.ly/2LnrIa5

Contest ends July 24, 2019 at 6:00 pm EDT. Good luck!

Teenage Mutants July 2019 Chart

Teenage Mutants

  1. Teenage Mutants – Hype Original – Stil vor Talent
  2. Teenage Mutants – Dawn – Stil vor Talent
  3. Heerhorst – Kronos – Hydrozoa
  4. Heerhorst, Teenage Mutants, Aves Volare – Organica – Stil vor Talent
  5. Monolink – Black Day (Adam Beyer Remix) – Embassy One
  6. Heerhorst – Taste 5 – ICONYC
  7. Metodi Hristov, Teenage Mutants – Effect – Stil vor Talent
  8. Teenage Mutants – Verboten – Stil vor Talent
  9. Teenage Mutants – East – Stil vor Talent
  10. Sezer Uysal, Teenage Mutants – Tehdite – Stil vor Talent

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Read An Interview With François Kevorkian at Axis Studios From 1995

francois kevorkian wave music interview

New York City-based DJ/producer/Wave Music owner François Kevorkian isn’t a man who gives a lot of interviews. However, after a lot of coaxing, I was able to get time with the master. We spoke in between sessions at his Axis Studios in Midtown Manhattan. The interview was published in the December 1995 issue of the now-defunct Muzik.

There was indeed a lot to talk about during our encounter. Kevorkian, who had taken a hiatus from spinning, had returned to the DJ booth. He started his DJ career at the Paradise Garage (he worked and produced with Garage guru Larry Levan!) and Studio 54 in the ’80s and became a sought-after remixer, lending his deft touch to a raft of classics like Yazoo’s “Situation,” Jody Watley’s “Don’t You Want Me” and a host of reworks for Depeche Mode. His epic DJ sets were known for methodically channeling music from a spate of genres, including house, disco, pop, R&B and soul.

A year after the interview, Kevorkian co-launched Body & Soul, a Sunday afternoon party held at the new defunct Club Vinyl in New York City, with John Davis. Two decades later, FK and his B&S DJ partners Danny Krivit and Joaquin ‘Joe’ Claussell‘s party has a faithful international global following of those who adore “deep, soulful grooves with an uplifting message.” Continue Reading