Audiofly‘s Anthony Middelton and Luca Saporito produce and spin beautiful music together. Working together since 2002, they’ve risen to international acclaim for their eclectic DJ sets and inspired production ethos, using their Supernature label to shine the spotlight on emerging talent such as Alex Niggemann, Ali Nasser and Boris Horel.
This season Middelton and Luca Saporito have been working almost nonstop, heading up Flying Circus at Sankeys Ibiza and piloting the Flying Circus Ibiza compilation co-mixed with the lovely ladies of Blond:ish, featuring tracks and mixes from DJ Koze, Eduardo De La Calle, Dance Spirit, The Mole, Superpitcher, Jonny White, Ultrasone and many more.
We caught up with Middelton and Saporito and asked them to share their five favorite artists of the moment. Continue Reading →
In June Luca Bacchetti dropped a phenomenal game-changer by way of his OVO EP, a genre-defying three-tracker touching upon cinematic ambient bliss, techno and house. The Italian maestro is back with another gem, this time releasing music by the enigmatic producer HopeAllIsWell in the form of his Hope All Is Well EP on Bacchetti’s Endless imprint.
Currently enjoying a busy summer filled with DJ gigs, we checked in with the Endless label boss and asked him to share his five favorite artists of the moment.
The OVO and Hope All Is Well EPs are available now on Endless. Catch Baccetti at Sankeys, Ibiza, on August 31.
Legendary leftfield jazz-rap-funk outfit The Herbaliser have been forging classic downtempo tracks for true hip-hop heads since forming in the ’90s. In 2012, the outfit self-released their brilliant seventh album, There Were Seven, and they’ve been supporting the masterpiece by playing a steady stream of live gigs.
Always ones to take their music to the proverbial next level whenever possible, the band handed over their songs to a group of talented producers. The experiment serves as the basis for a splendid remix collection featuring re-rubs by upstarts and established maestros such as T Power Lopez, 2econd Class Citizen, Colman Brothers and others.
Have a listen to their remix album here and find out below which artists are currently in heavy rotation for co-founder Jake Wherry (pictured on the right). Continue Reading →
While he’s only been releasing music for a few years, Berlin house explorer Wankelmut (a German term for “fickleness”) is no stranger to getting his music to a wider audience. In 2012 he crafted a breakthrough remix of Israeli singer-songwriter Asaf Avidan’s “One Day/Reckoning Song” which was followed by his massive original production “My Head Is A Jungle” feat. Emma Louise in 2013. After dropping Wankelmut feat. John Lamonica’s “Wasted So Much Time” in April, this month he presents the second volume of his Wankelmoods series for Get Physical, a compilation that touches on his passion for house and techno featuring prime cuts by Ian Pooley, Booka Shade, Zoo Brazil, Adriatique and Climbers. We asked the rising star to share his five favorite tracks on SoundCloud, and he happily complied. Continue Reading →