After the YouTube Hit “FFF” here comes the follow up from Eichensohn & Davenstedt: Konsumwelt (Proton Records). Eichensohn & Davenstedt (E/D) did it again. They just open their eyes, listen to other people when they talk about and just wrote a song influenced by this experiences. This time they just go into the center of Berlin and wrote down what kids and people talk about. The result is very easy. At the end of the day everybody talk about consuming something – a consumer world (German: Konsumwelt). And here it is – the new video. Eat this…. Video @ YouTube: Konsumwelt
Lemongrassmusic Episode 100
Lemongrassmusic proudly presents their 100th label release. For sure this is a reason to party. But instead of receiving gifts, the label is giving out a huge treasure box of goodies to their fans and followers. You will be showered with 50 brand new, mostly unreleased tracks carefully selected by the label owners and driving forces Roland & Daniel Voss. Guiding you through the labels sound cosmos you will be delighted by receiving a splendid variety of songs, all done by highly valued Lemongrassmusic heroes plus a few very fresh signings and surprises. Reaching the glory of 100 is only once in a lifetime. But to consider the label as old aged is wrong thinking. Lemongrassmusic is only 7 years old and has become an internationally known trademark for modern Lounging in only a short time. Initially founded as a platform for their own projects such as Lemongrass, Weathertunes, Jasmon and Five Seasons, soon the Voss brothers expanded the label’s philosophy to become a home-base for producers and musicians from 16 different countries. With genre-bending music releases Lemongrassmusic is widening the scope of the Lounge genre by exploring Chillout, Ambient, NuJazz, TripHop, Electronic World Music, Deep House, Nu-Soul and more. Artists like Karen Gibson Roc, Eskadet, Faro, T2’n, Glam Sam & His Combo, Northbound, Gushi & Raffunk, Michiko, Mirage Of Deep, MoShang, Man In A Room and Keisuke Sakai are highlights of a brilliant up to date label spectrum, which is responsible for unforgettable moments on Lounge floors worldwide.
Listen @ iTunes: Lemongrassmusic Episode 100
The Best of OHM-G
Since the 90s, the International DJ scene developed into an institution on the island Ibiza. One of them is in OHM-G. Olaf Gutbrod lived for 10 years on the island as a composer, producer and DJ, above all as a resident in one of the most beautiful places on Ibiza, Atzaró. His Chill Out Sound OHM-G has placed on many famous compilations like Cafe del Mar or Hotel Costes. But even his own series Atzaró soundscapes that goes this year for the fourth year in a row, next to the DJ has his own albums on the island and became internationally known. At his best album of OHM-G Olaf Gutbrod collects tracks, which he combines various sections and moments in his life. Music that has emerged almost exclusively on Ibiza. Ibiza, this wonderful magical place. The winters and summers are quiet life full. A life like day and night, like breathing in and out. On the two CDs gathered the work of 15 years. Tracks of the OHM-G Future Ballads albums, Pop Art, Can Pardalet, Feelings, Moments and Hulectric Soul.
Listen @ iTunes: The Best of OHM-G
Available Format: mp3.
“Running Man” is an American action film loosely based on Stephen King’s 1982 novel of the same name from 1987. The movie was directed by Paul Michael Glaser featuring the film stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, María Conchita Alonso, Jesse Ventura, Jim Brown, and Richard Dawson. The movie, set in a dystopian America in the year 2019, is about a television show called “The Running Man”, where convicted criminal “runners” must escape death at the hands of professional killers. Watch the movie: Running Man (FSK 18)
“Dune” is a science fiction film from 1984 written and directed by David Lynch and based on the 1965 Frank Herbert novel of the same name. The film includes an ensemble of well-known American and European actors in supporting roles f.e. Kyle MacLachlan, Francesca Annis, Everett McGill, Sting and Jürgen Prochnow. The movie was filmed at the Churubusco Studios in Mexico City and included a soundtrack by the band Toto and a movie theme by Brian Eno. The plot concerns a young man foretold as the “Kwisatz Haderach” who will lead the native Fremen of the titular desert planet to victory over the malevolent House Harkonnen. Watch the movie: Dune (FSK 16)
Dawn of the Dead
“Dawn of the Dead” (also known as “Zombie”) is a horror film written and directed by George A. Romero from 1978. It was the second film made in Romero’s “Living Dead series”, but contains no characters or settings from “Night of the Living Dead”, and shows in a larger scale the zombie epidemic’s apocalyptic effects on society. In the film, a pandemic of unknown origin has caused the reanimation of the dead, who prey on human flesh, which subsequently causes mass hysteria. The cast features David Emge, Ken Foree, Scott Reiniger and Gaylen Ross as survivors of the outbreak who barricade themselves inside a suburban shopping mall. Watch the movie: Dawn of the Dead (FSK 18)