Three young nut fiends of vinyls and machines, three dark chaotic rooms and underground soundscape lovers took the form of a band, naming it FJAAK back in 2009. Raised in Berlin, these childhood friends explored the sound of drums, guitars, microphone captures and everything related to music before they stepped on the dance floor of the techno capital. Later on, they got addicted to repetitive music so they gradually built their studio for hardware jams. After days and nights spent at the new home, their intriguing techno-house-breakbeat vision got signed on Baalsaal, Klasse Recordings and mighty Modeselektor’s 50Weapons imprint. Just a few weeks before their new release, I caught this youngest live act in Berghain so far for a 60 minutes radio guest mix and a chat. Let’s talk.
Recently Simon Haydo's name is popping-up everywhere and what's even better his music can be heard all around. It's not hard to see Facebook statuses between Ame's Kristian and Maeve's head honcho Mano Le Tough talking about his newest vinyl and how it rocked the dance floor last weekend. How did that happen? After years of holding a residency at Stockholm's beloved "Kruthuset" parties Simon started producing music and it seems like he immediatelly found his sound. In 2008 Stockholm LTD signed his debut release that led him further to his very own DEM imprint, Studio Barnhus, Balans and Berghain's DJ booth. As you can't find many words behind this talented DJ and producer, he shared a few with us today.
The sons of the Berlin LACK crew stay true to the message 'don't forget where you come from' and surely they are right on the point. Pressing their third release, the first one in a series of ''Berlin House Music" with Pablo as the protagonist, they continue delivering pure analogue jams. Their new vinyl comes with four of Pablo's twisted-house, heavy-bass and deep-underground productions and each copy is a unique hand-written piece distributed by Muting The Noise.
One of the biggest and most beautiful festivals in Serbia, Love Fest, is starting its 3-day madness at 18h today. They have changed the venue for this year and they expect around 10 000 visitors per day which includes you. We are all praying for Sun, but even the rain won't stop us from dancing on four stages in front of some of the biggest names on the scene - Jeff Mills, Robert Hood, Levon Vincent and a bunch more.
After their hugely immersive success with "Howling" in 2012, Frank Wiedemann, one-half of Âme, and Ry Cuming decided to make a band name out of it. The band was born with this composition, so the name came kind of a naturally. Since then, the duo met in the studio a few times per year for a brief break between their insane tour schedule, mostly Frank's, and after the "Shortline" they came up with this new gem. Actually not that new, but recently released on wax, their re-interpretation of Nirvana is finally here, wowing us!
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