We totally get it if you associate Portugal mainly with stunning nature, an incredible coastline and its warmhearted residents. Yet we would like to add another very worthwile aspect to your list: The Casino Royal. Familiar to many of our listeners already since we are proud to have released three albums of the Portuguese Band so far, The Casino Royal returns with a best of that sums up 10 years full of music and a unique sense of life. As the name implies James Bond fans will feel at home. Seductive and dreamy themes meet bold brass and an endless stream of groove and swing carries the audience. Always on board: Patricia Roque whose singing offers everything from awe-inspiring goosebumps to exulting emotions.But there’s more: Confirmed Bossa Nova fans will get their money’s worth just as all Lounge and hand-made music maniacs. Thrown from one mood into another by jumping from song to song this musical collection promises its listeners an unforgettable journey rich in variety and simply on point.
Talla 2XLC & Junk Project – Omnia
Cappella – Move On Baby (Mike Candys Remixes)
WhiteCapMusic feat. FireFly – Remember Me
Wie ein Tornado tosen die ersten Riffs von ‘I`m ready‘ mit Schaum vor dem Mund aus den Boxen – und Hölle ja, und ob wir ready sind!!! Die australischen Starkstromjünger haben die zwei Jahre seit Mount The Mountain offenkundig genutzt, um ihre Hard-Rock-Formel noch mehr einzudampfen, und das Ergebnis ist eine elektrisierende Dampframme von Album geworden, die dem Namen Mammoth Mammoth mehr als gerecht wird: Der fies vor sich hin groovende Titeltrack kann mit Sicherheit Bierdosen selber knacken, und wenn bei ‘Tear it down‘ nicht die Einhörner tot auf der Weide umfallen, geht es nicht mit rechten Dingen zu. Kreuzung ist mitnichten der Scheideweg für Mammoth Mammoth – es ist das staubtrockene Rock`n`Roll-Manifest einer Band, die ganz genau weiß, wohin die Reise geht!
Love the Machines, Vol. 3 is a 17 track journey through various studio moments by Christian Quast. Some titles have been produced in recent years, and some have been produced in the last few weeks prior to release. Experimental sequences with large reverberations, hypnotic and demanding tracks alternate. A varied journey through the different genres of electronic music.
Serialism Records founder and curator Cesare vs Disorder together with partner in crime and co-owner Quenum are shining at this episode of the “Before Everything Else” mixtape series. The Vol4 is again an elegant selection of 16 exclusive tracks that sit somewhere between Deep and Minimal House and Techno with an hint of Jazz and Funk with an avant-garde soul. Feat tunes by Javier Carballo, Franco y Gael, Red Pig Flower, Wilian Celuppi, YSC, Denis Bonotto, Weg & Carone, Valian, Andre Buljat, Rods Novaes & Nik Ros, Jack Cheler, Nazt, Cali Lanauze and Guilherme VAC + Cesare and Quenum themselves..all tunes presented first as a mixtape/podcast and CD, then sold separately as single tunes in this complete compilation piece. All those gems have been played all over by our honchos and partners and now finally see their release here.
Having spinned alongside key-players like Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Paul van Dyk, and remixed/edited trax by Armin van Buuren, deadmau5, Eric Prydz, Markus Schulz, Cosmicgate and many more.
Here comes his new album Fascinated on his new and very own imprint “That’s Trance”
The waiting has finally come to an end. We’re proud to present DJ Lion‘s long-awaited album ‘Le Temps De L’Amour’. The Balkan-born and now Berlin-based exceptional artist spoils us with twelve versatile and nifty tracks. After a short intro DJ Lion sets the tone with the opening track ‘Only High’ that leads the way into the album, followed by ‘Light Shooter’ which has already caused quite some noise as the second teaser for the album after ‘Reticulation’. In the following DJ Lion raises the bar. Always Techno, but by using tons of different ingredients from acid (‘Chunky Space’) to a splash of steroids (‘Jewroll’) to a pinch of love (‘Le Temps De L’Amour’) he manages to keep the album diverse and always gripping. With ‘Epiphonema’ and its kinky synth lines DJ Lion shows us a more freaky side of him before he perfectly finishes off the journey. DJ Lion demonstrates the capability of a techno album to tell a story from start to finish without ever losing its primary focus: to inspire and thrill the listeners