texture of the gray concrete wallWith the title track of this EP, Mirco Niemeier knows how to fuse a gloomy kicking bassdrum with percussions and a discreet minimalist melody, so that he creates a track defining his life and culture excellently. Together with an oldschool like remix of the DJ and producer duo Raumakustik (known for their remix of globetrotter Claptone’s “In The Beginning” and releases on Jamie Jones’ label Hottrax as well as on Toolroom together with Terry Lynn), both titles represent a harmonious ensemble. As technoid as “My Culture” is, Mirco proves his complexity and facet richness with the second track “My House”, which comes around even more playful, but with the same tone color. And here, he also got some strong remix support: DJ Lion, wo released a successful remix of Metodi Hristov’s “Flip Trip” on Set About” at the beginning of this year, is responsible for a deep and simultaneously driving version of the original and completes the EP.

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texture of the gray concrete wallWhat do the Brazilian Anderson Noise, his countryman Renato Cohen and the young German breakthrough artist Mirco Niemeier have in common? An EP with crispy Techno! Anderson Noise releases “Anderson Noise, his countryman Renato Cohen and the young German breakthrough artist Mirco Niemeier” – an absolute burner with powerful remix support of his two mates. The title track of this EP is a slowly but steadily developing Techno bomb, which leads into pure ecstasy with a true percussion thunderstorm. Anderson Noise’ good buddy Renato Cohen adds an oldschool charm and improves his remix with his famous individual note. As a second track, “Spark Marks” is another Techno hit, which tends to become a real peaktimer just like its predecessor with hihats, cymbals and lots of effects. In addition, the very techy remix of Mirco Niemeier perfectly completes the package.

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Miguel Rendeiro is one of the best artists, the electronic music scene from Portugal has to offer. Meanwhile also well-known across the borders of the country Miguel plays in London today, in Berlin tomorrow, an afterhour in Barcelona and at the most important festivals in South America. With a very keen sense for details and a pronounced dynamism, not only his DJ sets make up true experiences, but also his productions are a real feast for the ears.“See You Later” makes you nod your head right from the start. Unstoppable a fusion of strong beats and phat basslines makes its way that brings the listener into a trance after a divine break. The Italian Kisk remixed the original and plays with loungy synths combined with driving rhythms, that deliver a wonderful summer hit 2016. And another remix comes from Tigerskin, who incorporates the certain Berlin charm firstly, experiments on the other side with groovy Tech-House sounds and presents “See You Later” in a whole new light.

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On the occasion of the Amsterdam Dance Event, some of our most interesting labels are releasing their ADE-Samplers these days. We picked Tronic, Circle Music and Seveneves Records for a closer look

TRONIC ADE (Oct 26th, Tronic)

We are excited to present you our ‘exclusive tracks’ compilation in support of Tronic’s official ADE event this year Oct 16th @ Q Factory. This compilation features 7 strong tracks handpicked by Christian Smith from Tronic household names as well as newcomers. Everything from jacking to musical techno is covered. Please have a close listen as each one of these tracks has been road tested many times and always deliver the goods. Play out LOUD!
Incl. Tracks by Harry Romero, Christian Smith & John Selway, Eric Sneo, Whebba & more!

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Circle Music ADE Sampler 2015 (Oct 16th, Circle Music)

Just like every year, also in 2015 all players from the electronic music business gather in Amsterdam in autumn. For those who can not be there, or if you want to treat yourself to the sound of Circle Music at home, Alex Flatner and his team put together a compilation that has it all. The “Circle Music ADE Sampler 2015″ is 20 tracks strong and shows with pieces from Hermanez, Erhan Kesen, Julian Ganzer and Matthew Art, which musical direction the label points the finger to. But also tracks from George Morel, Patrick Podage and David Jach demonstrate the wide range of the imprint. In addition, e.g. the cooperation between label boss Alex Flatner and Lopazz and the recently released track “Nobody” by Junior Pappa & Antonio feat. Mehrklang come around. Wrapping it up, two remixes have been exclusively signed for this sampler: Alex Flatner & Blue Amazon – See You Next Saturday (Urrs & Nuclius Remix) and IOAKIM SAYZ – Joker (Smilla Remix).

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ADE 2015 Seveneves Sampler (Oct 16th, Seveneves Records)

The Amsterdam Dance Event is part of the largest “Get-Together” of the European music scene, where artists meet labels, music managers and thousands of party people from all genre of electronic music scene.

This versatility reflects the ADE 2015 Seveneves Sampler again. Whether it’s House, Future House, Club Music, Tech House, Newcomer or Headliner – Hofmann & Weigold have put together the hottest tracks for this Seveneves Sampler. Tracks from Laidback Luke*, Moska, USB Players, David Puentez, Sultan & Shepard*, Patrick Hofmann, Jake Dile, D-Wax, Tom Glombik, Sergio Veros, Ton Don, Johnny Pana, Steve Norton, Soundplayerzz, Back Wall & Jerry Rekonius and Matthias Weise can be found on this compilation.

As a special bonus Hofmann & Weigold exclusively present their cover single “Spread Love” on the Compilation and DJ Mix.

*GSA only

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We have been asked by Beatport to release compilations with some of our biggest tunes to celebrate their 10th birthday, so here we go. It’s an honor for us to present to you our most important inhouse-label’s #beatportdecade compilations: Plastic City, Mole Listening Pearls, Circle Music Germany and Harthouse. These „Best of“ Compilations are featuring some of the biggest and most influential names in Electronic Music, like Marshall Jefferson, Nick Curly, Nightmares On Wax, Steve Lawler, Ken Ishii, Terry Lee Brown Junior, Cari Lekebush, Reboot, Extrawelt, Gui Boratto, Junkie XL, Moonbootica, Robert Babicz, Yousef and countless more.

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There’s no need to say thousands of words about Beroshima: Ulrich Schnauss earned worldwide respect for his electronica works while Frank Muller joined different projects as a producer and put his focus on his live performance and DJ works. This year we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Beroshima project! In the 90s he was one of the protagonists of our scene and even today his drive is enormous. Thus the 5th album “Real To Reel” is now ready to rumble. The same-named title track is the perfect opening track with many strings and a lot of hard beats – just as we know it from Beroshima. While “A New Citizen” comes along quite deep, yet tidy pressure builds to the high speed, “Detroit Tragedy” is a tribute to the sound of America. “Hexaline” is almost a Trance track and “Unter Den Linden” has something very unique to itself as well. Maybe Beroshima’s favorite place in Berlin? Typical Beroshima sound is also available in “I Was Waiting For You” in form of plentiful beats and lots of effects, but also “Leytonstep” plays with plenty of hypnotic sounds. In all 9:26 minutes “Books For Mathew” is a real treat of electronics and “Highway One” closes the album very nicely. Beroshima remains a top producer, who always discovers new ideas even after all these years, tries them out and excites everyone.

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There’s no need to say thousands of words about Beroshima: Ulrich Schnauss earned worldwide respect for his electronica works while Frank Muller joined different projects as a producer and put his focus on his live performance and DJ works. This year we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Beroshima project! In the 90s he was one of the protagonists of our scene and even today his drive is enormous. Thus the 5th album “Real To Reel” is now ready to rumble.
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The likeable Italian Chris Venola began his musical journey in the mid 90s. Starting with and inspired by the piano, he began his career in 2005 under the pseudonym Silentalk, when he remixed the French band Curl. Over the years, numerous EPs and remixes were released on various international labels, now Chris is working with Circle Music. Here he was given the opportunity to express his love for music even stronger and to release with “Sixteen Miles” a successful tech-house debut on that German imprint. The album is opened by the relaxed track “I’ll Be There”, which was created in collaboration with Andrea Introvigne & Kira. Slowly building up and providing the vocals of Tania Furia, the breakbeat track “Break U” follows, this lightweight touch of Berlin elektro sound can also be found in the track “Stars”. Actually, the whole album is very diverse in sound. Besides relaxing deephouse tracks like “Illusion” or “You”, there are also some tech-house tracks with a lot of drive like “Mountague Mastermind” right next to melodic house tunes such as “Everytime”. The album is not boring or unbalanced at any time. All tracks have been arranged with passion, refined with vocals and produced with unique emotional and still clubby sounds and grooves. An important role in the production has also been played by his studio partners such as Frank Lee, Vinny Samuels or indeed Tania Furia, Andrea Introvigne or Kira, since with the help of their voices and ideas, they gave the album tracks a strong song-character without loosing the focus on the dancefloor. Chris uses the music as an expression of freedom. With “Sixteen Miles” he now presents a real club-grade release on Circle Music, that also marks the start of a new chapter in the work of Chris Venola.
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The likeable Italian Chris Venola began his musical journey in the mid 90s. Starting with and inspired by the piano, he began his career in 2005 under the pseudonym Silentalk, when he remixed the French band Curl. Over the years, numerous EPs and remixes were released on various international labels, now Chris is working with Circle Music. Here he was given the opportunity to express his love for music even stronger and to release with “Sixteen Miles” a successful tech-house debut on that German imprint.