So beautiful. I can’t wait to see you live again. Twice in Atlanta and once in Charlotte were divine 🥰 . I already have my ticket for Tampa and I’m thinking about making the trip up to Durham to check you out there too. I hope you’re still recovering from your hectic schedule and that you’re feeling recharged and ready to go. Best wishes and safe travels. I’ll be waiting for you as long as circumstances permit. Cheers 🥰🥰 🥰 Walter Edwards
Agnnih is a young Producer/Dj from Argentina.
Actually based in Barcelona, his productions and sets are focused on reaching deep emotions and feelings that only music can express, his sound goes from deep melodic house to ethnic deep and downtempo.
Buy here:https://www.beatport.com/release/aras… RELEASE DATE 2019-12-09 LABEL RYNTH
Green Sun is one musician band. It’s member Michael Hefetz was born in 1978 in Belarus and in 1990 with his family moved to Israel. He started writing music at the age 16, when was introduced by one of his classmates to MOD tracker music. The first attempts to compose music on computer were done with Scream Tracker in 1994. Since Michael had no music education it was not easy. By following the ‘trial & error’ method he learned a little about music theory.
At that period he was hardly influenced by Jean Michel Jarre and early 90’s dance bands like Dr. Alban, Snap and more.
A few years later he found a world of midi music and had understand that this is the way to create real music. In 2000 Michael purchased his first serious equipment – Roland XP-30 synthesizer and began to write more music. During all that time he had also improved piano playing skills by self teaching. At this period the muse come mostly from Vangelis and Enigma.
In 2000 Michael joined www.mp3.com community and his music was ranked pretty high on the charts. Unfortunately, in 2003 the site was shut down by CNET, after purchasing the domain name.
All the music was written with XP-30 and Voyetra Digital Orchestrator Plus untill 2003, when Michael in addition to Roland started making music with Steinberg Cubase and VST plugins.
And he is working with this equipment till now.
These days, in addition to composing, Michael is learning to play piano and guitar cause he believes it is the bottleneck in his music writing.
Today Michael is working at software engineering company, but finds time for composing music which is very inspired by Vangelis, Mike Oldfield, Enya and Chicane.
Release Promo is an electronic music promotion service which consists of DJs, Press and other key industry figures who provide feedback on promotional releases. Based on those reactions, record labels can judge the strength of upcoming releases. Feedback from promo pool members is compiled in a top 100 chart and published on the website and in weekly emails. The top 100 charts play a major role in what other DJs and music buyers play & ultimately purchase.
Taking inspiration from all the environments at her whim, Qrion uses the noise of the world around her to create intimate songs anchored by energetic beats and lush synth textures. Born and raised in the snowy city of Sapporo, Qrion began making her own sounds in high school as a hobby by using her phone. Equipped with her Taiwanese drum and forward-thinking sampling techniques, Qrion connected with the world well beyond her home in northern Japan, working with producers like Ryan Hemsworth, Giraffage, Spencer Brown, and many more. There’s a reason why Mixmag named Qrion as one of the world’s best up-and-coming acts in 2018: since the inception of her musical career, Qrion’s name has graced labels such as Anjunadeep, Mad Decent, Moving Castle, and more. Beyond her profound original productions, Qrion proves her mettle as an excellent remixer, too. Ranging from soft, exquisite beats to ‘90s-adjacent dancefloor numbers, Qrion delivers a versatile flair to electronic music. Though Qrion has toured all over the world, she’s just getting started. She’s shared the stage with the likes of Above & Beyond, Porter Robinson, and more. Along with a slew of festival performances, Qrion is poised to take her music to more audiences around the globe.
Eric Sheridan Prydz, also known by his aliases Pryda and Cirez D among a number of others, is a Swedish DJ, record producer, and musician. He rose to fame with his 2004 hit single “Call on Me”, and saw continued chart success with “Proper Education” in 2007, and “Pjanoo” in 2008. Wikipedia
Pryda – Kids5
Pryda – B1 EPIC Radio 029 ID
Depeche Mode – Never Let Me Down Again (Eric Prydz Remix) [had to be trimmed out due to YouTube’s copyright detection]
Pryda – Stereo 2018 ID
Pryda – Odyssey
Pryda – Space Miami 2013 Intro ID
w/ Pryda – Gemo
Pryda – Games
Pryda – Rene
Pryda – Turn Out
Adeva – In And Out (Eric Prydz Remix)
Born in Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia, now Serbia, Dirty South’s producing career developed in tandem with his DJing career. He got his start at the age of 13 after he relocated to Melbourne, Australia, where he currently resides. Influenced by everything around him, the artist started improvising with his old NEC Hi-Fi and mixing with the tape decks, and then started making bootlegs and mashups, which eventually led to getting a computer, software, and keyboard that resulted in his first official production in 2004 as Dirty South. He used his family computer to create remixes and mashups of other artists’ tracks and distributed them worldwide, which caught the attention of Australian Vicious Vinyl records, who signed him in 2005.
Since then, the Australian-based DJ has received numerous honours for his work, including: two ARIA nominations (Australian Music Industry’s top accolade) for “Best Dance Release” in 2005 and 2006, he was voted “Most Popular Producer Nationally” in the 2007 InTheMix 50 DJ Poll, he achieved the number one position in the Australian Club Charts with his remix of “It’s Too Late” by Evermore in late 2006, and he was the first Australian artist since 1999 to win one of Pete Tong’s Essential New Tune awards. He also ranked second in the annual InTheMix 50 DJ Poll in 2007 and he has been ranked in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJ poll every year since 2007.
Dirty South teamed up with British DJ Paul Harris in 2007 and produced “Better Day,” which earned Dirty South another essential radio play by Pete Tong. He also remixed a number of songs, including “Reach For Me”, “Feels Like Home”, and “Higher State of Consciousness” with fellow Melbournians TV Rock. In late July 2007, he joined together with MYNC Project to release “Everybody Freakin”. Another one of his honours came when his single, “Let It Go”, was released on Axwell‘s record label Axtone in 2007.
Additionally, he has also been nominated for two Grammy Awards – he provided a remix for Kaskade‘s song “Sorry”, which was nominated for a 2008 Grammy Award for Best Remixed Recording, and he was then nominated in 2011 in the same category for a remix he and Axwell did for The Temper Trap’s “Sweet Disposition“.
Dirty South’s track “Phazing”, which featured vocals by Rudy, was one of the top sellers on Beatport when it was released in 2010. In 2011, he produced the track “Anything” for UK singer/rapper Example‘s No. 1 album Playing in the Shadows and in 2012, he produced the song “Say Nothing“, the lead single from Example’s fourth studio album, The Evolution of Man. Dirty South has produced, collaborated, or remixed for artists such as Snoop Dogg, The Pussycat Dolls, Kaskade, U2, Diddy – Dirty Money, The Temper Trap, David Guetta, Sebastian Ingrosso and more than 50 artists in total. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dirty_South_(musician)
darko Album Review: Don’t Be Scared Of The darko — Where’s The Vibe
Sorry to have missed you last week, it has been a crazy time of change for Where’s The Vibe: all good things and growth we promise. But this week we are back and bringing you a healthy dose of techno. It is time to shut out the lights and embrace the dark…o. darko, Dirty South’s latest album, was released last week, on November 16, 2018. This album is an absolute trip and sparks every receptor in your brain. Dirty South creates a beautiful 41 minute experience of house/techno, which is given shape and direction through the use of melody. With that being said, lets find out what lies in the darko.darko Album Review: Don’t Be Scared Of The darko — Where’s The Vibe