The past few years has been a musical adventure for Philipp Ort. With his original, upfront and recognisable production style, Philipp has released his music on labels such as Roots & Wings Music, Wiggle Records, Fabric London, Global Underground, Alive Recordings and Inmotion Music as well as on his own imprints Black&White Orange Records (www.bworecords.com and Pins and Needles (www.pinsandneedlesrec.com). Several tracks have been played and supported by the likes of Carl Cox, Sasha, Hot Since 82, DJ Sneak and Pig & Dan, just to name a few.
Philipp has been DJ-ing for over 12 years and has played at various renowned venues including Fabric London, Salon Daome Montreal, Avalon Los Angeles, LED Bangkok, Sisyphos Berlin, Macarena Barcelona, Paramount London, Loop Bar Athens and Cable Club London.
Philipp Ort has a few very exciting projects in the pipeline this year and you can expect to hear a lot of new music including EP releases on his own labels
Joseph Williams is a resident of London’s Solo Danza night. His sound is composite of various styles which has seen him captivate the interest of respected members in the industry in a short space of time. His ability is personified through discerning DJ sets and his distinct production has lined up a range of releases on leading labels. Joseph’s dedication to sound will see him continue to grow in what proves to be a long journey ahead for this burgeoning talent.
Arupa Music Label owners Carlos Ryan have been in London’s underground circuit since the mid 90’s. These two artists emerging from south London show a great combination & passion for the Electronic Dance Scene. When meeting on the dancefloor from being true ravers themselves they formed a duo which later led them to start their own imprint Arupa Music. Their sound is some what between house & techno with raw drums soft undertones and musicality is not a far. Arupa’s first showcase in Holland in febuary was a great start to the year with Releases set in place from artist across the border 2014 is looking to be an interesting year.
Ask any well-known DJ, artist or producer the secret of their success and chances are that hard work will be pretty high up their list of essentials. Anyone who knows Anna Wall will know that this is one of the many characteristics that defines her, and now, after years of working her way up the underground ranks, it looks as if years of graft are starting to pay dividends.
Since first getting to grips with decks at the age of 19, Anna has developed a reputation and keen following in her native London and university town of Newcastle. Playing classic and contemporary house and US garage and with a strong affinity with the roots of both, Anna’s broad knowledge of the history of dance music sets her apart from the hundreds of unimaginative, chart-championing DJs that plague the scene.
Anna’s international break came in 2011 when she was recruited as resident DJ for Croatia’s Yacht Week, playing alongside CR2′s Dan Castro for an epic 7 days 7 nights. Since then, she has been booked alongside some of the world’s most respected DJ talents, with the last few years seeing Anna DJ in the impressive company of MK, Robert Owens, Norman Jay, Inland Knights, Soul Clap, Adam Shelton and Jordan Peak.
Anna finest moment to date came back in March, when she played for Mixmag’s DJ Lab live stream at their penthouse in Miami alongside techno pioneer Kevin Saunderson and Miami’s own Treasure Fingers; an incredible achievement in its own right and one about which she is extremely proud.
She spent her season this summer in Ibiza, playing clubs such as the world famous Space Ibiza for Future Disco alongside Carl Cox’s The Revolution Unites every Tuesday, plus trips back to her Hometown to play Warehouse LDN, and Watergate in Berlin to name a few. Watch this space…
rhythmatic Podcast 18 comes from Doubtingthomas
For our next podcast we bring you another exciting mix recorded live at Les Diamantaires DETENDU Présentent rhythmatic event in Nice 27 July, part of our rhythmatic 5 year Anniversary tour,
The sound of DoubtingThomas is very authentic, there’s a pure honesty to it, nothing is more evident than in his Live performances, fusing tech house with deep, minimal, jazz and broken beats.
Calling London home, this curator of subtle sound grooves and jacking rhythms, he’s so far released on Soul Jazz Records, LessIzm:r, Mean and Safari Electronique.
Rhythmatic Podcast 17 comes from OdD Music
Vinyl Session only by OdD
Both Damian and Danny have been Born into music as there fathers where Reggae musicians and this has been their main inspiration plus the fact that they both share a passion for raw drums and nasty undertones makes their personalities perfect for this musical duo.
As one of them has been playing drums and producing music for over 10 years the other has been a Dj and an avid music collector equally and by combining there skills and knowledge gives OdD that distinctive sound and style like no others, These guys are ones to watch out for this year.
” OdD ” is an adjective denoting the quality of being unpaired, occasional, strange or unusual, or a person who is viewed as eccentric. It may also refer to: Only drums & Decks !
Rhythmatic Podcast 16 comes from Roman Flügel
Ahead of his debut appearance at Rhythmatic on the 29 June @ Red Gallery, Roman Flügel, deliveries this exciting mix exclusively for Rhythmatic. Roman Flügel will appear alongside Bruno Pronsato Live at Rhythmatic on the 29 June
Roman Flügel has been a musical chameleon on the scene since the early 1990’s, celebrated as one of Germanys most talented electronic artists. Co-founder of the Klang/Playhouse labels, his collaboration with Jorn Elling Wuttke has meant producing music for Techno giant Sven Vath and remixing for the likes of Daft Punk, The Human League and Primal Scream to name but a few. Taking us on a journey through 20 years of rave, quirky techno and electronica, we can’t wait to see what he unleashes for us.
Our 15 Podcast comes from Andreas Bergmann
Andreas is mixing for 15 years now, and for the the last five years he played under his alias Andreas Bergmann. Andreas has an Interresting career so far. He played on the biggest festivals and clubs in Holland and has played in several countrys like Italy, Germany, Sweden, Norway and Turkey.
Leeuwarden (Holland) is his homebase for the music. Together with some close friends Andreas started a party organization in 2004 named ‘Arthouse’. This organization concentrates on deephouse, techhouse and techno. Or as we say it: ‘Cutting Edge House Music’. The monthly Nights at Doozo (Leeuwarden) are not only popular for the music but even more for the ambience arthouse creates. That’s why DJ’s like Lauhaus, Nuno dos Santos, Michel de Hey and Remy love to come and spin the wheels.
To bring his productions skills to the next level, Andreas locked himself up in the studio for some time. This resulted in a more techy, yet deep sound. In 2007 he joined the label Klopfgeist (www.klopfgeist.com). He released a number of tracks like: ‘I Want To Buy A Dog (including a Lauhaus Remix), ‘Slippery When Wet’ and ‘I Will Only Say This Once’. The last EP he released on Klopfgeist was ‘The Big Hangover’ and was a big hit! Support by ‘Richie Hawtin’, ‘Mihalis Safras’, ‘Behrouz’, ‘Troy Pierce’ and many more, but there is much more to be released on Klopfgeist in 2011. So keep your ears and eyes open, Andreas Bergmann is one to watch!
Our 14 Podcast comes from Sepp
Sepp aka Teo, borned and raised on the Romanian Black Sea Coast, had his first contact with the electronic music in 2005, when he listened for the first time various artists from the Cocoon rooster. From that moment he became passionate about techno sounds.
Since 2007 he was topping the bill at the biggest events in the city ’till 2008, when he became the resident of the LaMania club. After 3 years of residence, he decided it was time for production. Artists like Cezar, Cristi Cons, Valentino Kanziani used Sepp’s unreleased work in their sets.
He shared the dj stand with Cezar, Priku, Kozo, Dan Andrei, Cristi Cons, Paul Agripa, Noidoi, Bill Patrick, Livio & Roby, Nima Gorji, Thomas Melchior and a few others.
Now, Sepp’s attention is turned toward some unfinished projects which will be released through this year.
Our Podcast 13 comes from Santé
Hardly one clubber didn’t feel or hear at least one track live on the dancefloor by Santé over the last few weeks thanks to a heavy rotation of many different DJs. The current Maxis by Souvenir and Rekids have hit House and Techno floors alike in a time where only good electric dance music is mentioned.Peaktime Entertainment par excellence. Prior to looking ahead a brief flashback to Swabia, to Ulm to be precise. Because that’s where Santé originates and even though they now live in berlin, funnily his Rekids maxi-single has been signed right away in the local Club Chateu Knarz by Matt Edwards aka Radio Slave when the track was played last in His live set. Good timing is everything.
Philipp is bringing the Santé sound as a liveact or dj direct to the clubs. Successful ive gigs in clubs like the Weekend, Watergate,Violet Berlin, Robert Johnson, Alte Börse Zürich, Winter Music Conference Miami, Electronic Music Festival Brüssel or Rocker 33,Fabric London, Sonar Barcelona, 10 Days Off lie behind him. A votre Santé on the dancefloors around the world