• stratos presents rhythmatic 8th Anniversary with tiNI

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    stratos presents rhythmatic 8th Anniversary w/ tINI extended vinyl only set 28 Nov 2015

     

    In 2015 rhythmatic were touring extensively, celebrating their 8th Anniversary with gigs in cities like Volos, Barcelona, Palermo, Genova, Pescara, London, Cardiff, Swansea, Sofia, Dubai, Stuttgart plus many more.

    And on the 28 Nov this incredible year will be coming to an end, but before the last dance, they will be going out with a bang.

    Having planned the project for many months they thought they should put out something memorable and this event will be just that.

    On the 28 Nov rhythmatic will be teaming up with Stratos, to bring together, for the first time on the rhythmatic stage, the long-awaited debut of the headliner.

    She needs no introduction – she is one of the most successful female DJs to emerge from Berlin. With her successful nights ‘tINI and the gang’ and her energetic sets, she is the perfect guest for this Anniversary party, and on the 28th Nov she will be making her debut on the rhythmatic stage, with a special extended vinyl only set!

    We Welcome tINI!

    Full details including, Destination, Venue, tickets & Full line up TBA soon

    Not to be missed!!!

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    For more info please email us:

    rhythmaticuk@gmail.com
    stratosmusicevents@gmail.com
    tickets
    Please note tickets will be on sale soon, this is not a guest list event. We strongly advise you to buy tickets in advanced to guarantee entry

    websites
    www.facebook.com/rhythmatic.events
    Follow us on twitter @rhythmaticuk
    Instagram @rhythmaticuk

    www.facebook.com/stratosmusic
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    Instagram @stratos_music

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  • Podcast 29: Faster

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    Faster’s interest in music began at the age of 16, when he started producing underground hip-hop music. This passion for music soon lead him to electronic music, where he quickly learned how to take over the decks and became a sought after DJ in Romania. He’s played at famous clubs and underground parties Europe-wide in countries such as: England, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Switzerland, Japan, Argentina, Chile, Serbia, Ukraine, Austria, Spain, Portugal, Holland and many more.

    He was invited to various radio shows, both in Romania and abroad, including OneFm, Radio21, JustMusicFm, Ibiza Sonic Radio, DanceFM and now has a residency for the best underground Romanian radio, Vibe FM. He played in major festivals like Paradigm (NE), Weather Festival (FR), Sunwaves (RO) and more, alongside major artists mentioning names likeSven Vath, Ricardo Villalobos, ZIP, Dewalta, Andre Galuzzi, Alex Picone, Thomas Melchior, Audio Werner, Digitaline, Tale of Us, DOP, Luciano, MirkoLoko, Dubfire, Onur Ozer, Tobias Neumann, Raresh, Rhadoo, Livio& Roby, NimaGorji, Nina Kraviz,Nastia, and many more.

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  • Checkpoint: Kina Music & rhytmatic

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    Checkpoint: Kina Music & rhytmatic

    rhythmatic in 2015 will be celebrating 8 years and with this in mind we have planned events in the UK and abroad. With already events confirmed in Greece, Barcelona, Ibiza, Italy, London, Bulgaria, Dubai, Wales, Stuttgart, we can’t wait to kick off our tour

    rhythmatic strictly pursues an ethos towards cutting-edge music, genre-bending and an open-minded attitude. Each event rhythmatic drives towards achieving versatility and steers away from following the obvious trends.

    Had already welcomed the likes of Marco Carola, Carl Cox, Matthias Tanzmann, Davide Squallice, a:rpr:p, Premiesku, Onur Ozer, Margaret Dygas, Mara Trax who have grace the Rhythmatic stage, expect more surprises in the future as the well known and loved True to the bone, music focused parties, they have become the go-to London event for house and techno’s risings stars and established names to touch down in the capital, for a series of rare and debut showcases.

    With line-ups that pluck the finest and most respected talents from the scene, while setting the bar and mapping out the labels, artists and brands that are next to catch the industry’s attention.

    Look:

    www.facebook.com/Checkpointbarcelona
    www.facebook.com/pages/Kina-Music
    www.facebook.com/rhythmatic.events
    www.facebook.com/events/484048441742768/

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    19.06.15 ? Kina Music & rhytmatic

    ? time : 21:00 – 06:00
    ? location : calle tuset 3, 08006 Barcelona
    ? tickets: http://bit.ly/1DVsT0F

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    Art :

    Light/scenery installation by the artist/sculptor Daniel Marazuela Prada.
    www.danielmarazuelaprada.com

    Art 80×80 cm by Dolores Sampol
    www.doloressampol.com

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    3D Mapping/Visuals by 2r1 Pi Greco.

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  • Boxpark presents rhythmatic vs Vinyl Club

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    BOXPARK invites rhythmatic vs Vinyl Club

    28 May /// 6PM-9PM

    Join us for our launch party on the 28 May, free entry, free drinks and lot of surprises

    We will be launching as well our rhythmatic 8 Anniversary Merchandise

    Limited capacity, please RSVP

    rhythmaticuk@gmail.com or Vinylclublondon@gmail.com or just add your names on the wall

    Looking forward to having some great talents on board. You dont have to be a DJ to take part, as long as you are a Vinyl lover everyone is welcome to come and spin, their favor it record(s)

    The concept is to invite new and undiscovered talent to showcase their music, exchange records, guide them on technical skills and invite well known DJ’s to come and show others how they perform. There will also be talks and presentations from different areas in the music industry, and guidance on many subjects, from how to put you music out there, starting a label, producing tips, marketing, branding yourself as an artist, and other subjects in the music industry.

    This will be a great opportunity to create a community of similar minded DJs, artists, producers and generally music lovers, and to provide a meeting point to help people network with other musicians and companies which are sometimes hard to get in contact with.

    If you, or anyone you know would like to play please send us a minimum house mix of 30 min to:

    vinylclublondon@gmail.com

    If you are involved in the music scene in any way from promotion, record shops, record label’s, music magazine’s, Music school’s, Club owners’s or any other part in the music business and would like to give talk’s or are just interested in the project please send us an Email to:

    vinylclublondon@gmail.com

    Vinyl Club is for everyone, performing or just spectating.

    Music is to be shared

    Facebook FanPage Vinyl
    Follow us on twitter @rhythmaticuk & Vinylclublnd
    Instagram @rhythmaticuk

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  • rhythmatic 2015 collection

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    Rhythmatic 2015 collection Limited edition
    8th Anniversary

     

    White cotton top
    Code: rhyth001

    price: £25

     

    Black cotton top

    Code: rhyth002
    price: £25

     

     

    White cotton top
    Code: rhyth003

    price: £25

     

     

    Black cotton top
    Code: rhyth004

    price: £25

     

     

    White cotton top
    Code: rhyth005

    price: £25

     

     

     

    Black  cotton top
    Code: rhyth006

    Price: £25

     

     

    Black  cotton top
    Code: rhyth007

    Price: £25

     

    Black Cotton Bag
    Code: rhyth008

    Price: £15

     

    Design and Concept: Didi Bjornerud
    email: didi@didibjornerud.com
    didibjornerud website

    For orders email us: doubletroubleproductions@gmail.com
    payment by paypal: doubletroubleproductions@gmail.com

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  • stratos invites rhythmatic w/ Daylomar & Chrissy Hope

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  • stratos invites rhythmatic with Daylomar & Chrissy Hope @ Fabrica 126

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    stratos invite rhythmatic  // 25 April // at Fabrica 126

     

    ?? rhythmatic 8 anniversary tour ??

    ? 25 april – fabrica 126, sofia ?

    ? stratos invites rhythmatic ?

    Daylomar (UK)
    /Yoruba Grooves, Novus, Act Natural/

    Chrissy Hope (UK)
    /Crossworlder Music, Coquette Records/

    stratos residents

    Dean Barred
    /Stratos, Subtatic/
    Lentoff
    /Stratos/
    Ediz
    /Stratos, NoRush/
    Toma
    /Stratos/

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    rhythmatic in 2015 will be celebrating 8 years and with this in mind we have planned events in the UK and abroad. With already events confirmed in Greece, Barcelona, Ibiza, Italy, London, Bulgaria, Dubai, Wales, we can’t wait to kick off our tour

    rhythmatic strictly pursues an ethos towards cutting-edge music, genre-bending and an open-minded attitude. Each event rhythmatic drives towards achieving versatility and steers away from following the obvious trends.

    Had already welcomed the likes of Marco Carola, Carl Cox, Matthias Tanzmann, Davide Squallice, a:rpr:p, Premiesku, Onur Ozer, Margaret Dygas, Mara Trax who have grace the Rhythmatic stage, expect more surprises in the future as the well known and loved True to the bone, music focused parties, they have become the go-to London event for house and techno’s risings stars and established names to touch down in the capital, for a series of rare and debut showcases.

    With line-ups that pluck the finest and most respected talents from the scene, while setting the bar and mapping out the labels, artists and brands that are next to catch the industry’s attention.

    for more info email us: rhythmaticuk@gmail.com

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    ? 18+ event

    ????: 10?? / Entry: 10 BGN

    • NO GUESTLIST FOR THIS EVENT •

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    Venue: FABRICA 126
    Address: 126 Maria Louiza blvd., Sofia, Bulgaria

    ADDRESS: Fabrika 126 Maria Luiza blvd,

    1233 Sofia, Bulgaria

     

    Stratos Music 

    Fabrika 124

    Follow us on twitter @rhythmaticuk

    Instagram @rhythmaticuk

    #rhythmatic8

     

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  • Podcast 28: Valentino Kanzyani

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    As a founding father of Slovenian techno, Valentino Kanzyani has been involved in the country’s dance scene since the mid 1990s. A celebrated DJ first and foremost, Valentino built a solid reputation for himself whilst he was resident spinner of Ambasada Gavioli – Slovenia’s most famous electronic music club. His fame grew when he started spinning on three turntables as standard.

    Joining forces with fellow countryman and techno champion Umek, Valentino saw his first release in 1999 under the moniker Recycled Loops. Due to the success of their joint EPs, Valentino Kanzyani and Umek set up Recycled Loops as a record label, which further helped establish Valentino as a major player in Eastern Europe’s techno scene. A number of world tours, festival appearances and big club gigs followed.

    Whilst Valentino’s sound has evolved over the years, he is committed to protecting the art of the DJ with real integrity. Valentino set up his label Jesus Loved You in 2005, for instance, just as digital downloading was becoming the main dissemination channel for the music industry. Instead of joining the trend, Valentino decided to release his label’s music mainly on vinyl as a way to support the true original format of the DJ. And it is his love for vinyl that has seen him flourish today, to become one of most respected underground vinyl djs around.

    Through 2012, Valentino released a series of Eps on Cadenza in the build up to his debut artist album ‘Love & Gratitude’. The latest EP as well as a continuous mixed cd which includes all tracks from the project was released in April 2013. The project showcases Valentino Kanzyani’s underground house vision and it also represents a new chapter in Valentino Kanzyani’s career – as part of Cadenza’s booking agency.

    He is currently travelling for his “Love & Gratitude” Album Tour, his track “Bobby on Drums” has just been released on the new m_nus MinMAX compilation a few days ago and he has several other exciting new projects coming up this year. Stay tuned

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  • Podcast 27: Togue’

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    Creative and always careful to details, Antonio Guerrieri aka Togue’, born in 1993, he is always looking for new musical horizons creating that feeling between dancefloor and music unique of its kind.

    Togue’ is owner of RE.FACE project: label and a weekly successful club night based in Pescara. He maximise everything around music. Charism and careful music selection characterize his sets.

    He is currently in search for new musical grooves and sounds that will define the style of his next releases.

    Creative and always careful to details, Antonio Guerrieri aka Togue’, born in 1993, he is always looking for new musical horizons creating that feeling between dancefloor and music unique of its kind.

    Togue’ is owner of RE.FACE project: label and a weekly successful club night based in Pescara. He maximise everything around music. Charism and careful music selection characterize his sets.

    He is currently in search for new musical grooves and sounds that will define the style of his next releases.

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  • Barem interview with rhythmatic

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    Barem interview for rhythmatic

    Hey Barem thanks for your time, please find below some questions we would like to ask you ahead of your gig with rhythmatic on the 18 April

    Q1.You will be playing soon for rhythmatic in London, what makes London so attractive to
    A1.I think London has always been an attractive city for Djs. It has a lot of history with electronic music and a significant part of the scene takes place there. I think most djs also have lots of friends who’re always in town, which makes it even better. It’s great to go to places where you feel like home.

    Q2. What’s are your plans for 2015 and what people should expect from you?
    A2. Well, this year will bring a lot of changes to my career. To begin with, I’m starting my own label (FUN Records) with my dear friend Alexis Cabrera. We’re very excited about that and working a lot for it. I’m also in the process of opening up when it comes to releases. For the past 8 years I released almost exclusively on Minus, and I needed a change. I wanna think that my production can be wider than just one type of sound, as you could probably see already with the 2 Eps I released in March on Rhythm Cult and on Sci+Tec. And since I don’t fall into one category of music as a DJ, I also don’t wanna fall into one as a producer. Minus gave me the freedom of still being myself when I didn’t particularly fit, but I wanna go beyond those limits.

    Q3. What has been your best gig and worse gig and why since you started Djing.
    A3. Hard to say for both. There are so many kinds of good gigs that it’s hard to pick, but I would say my 30th birthday a bit over a year ago at MUTE, Mar Del Plata, Argentina. That beach party was epic. I rather not say what was the worst. Many times things go wrong and its nobodies fault. Promoters feel bad when you write a bad comment so whenever I have a bad night I never say it publicly.

    Q4.. What has been your biggest inspiration to this date in Music?
    A4. The minimal movement of the beginning of the 2000’s probably. All those artists and labels did something very special around that time, which made me and many others wanna be one of them. It was a very creative moment with a lot to explore and discover. I kind of miss that. It was intellectually much richer than these days in my opinion and a lot less polluted with the bad sides of the industry. There was no popularity games, not much of a competition going around. It felt like everybody was pushing towards the same direction, based on releasing interesting music and having a good time.

    Q5. What do you think of the electronic music scene in London, compared to other parts of A6. Europe, which places do you think have the hottest musical development?
    A5. London always had its own vibe . Like Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris or other major cities in Europe. I think they’re all different but in a way Berlin and London are the top 2 on the list. I don’t really know how to describe it, but you can tell in a second when you get there that it’s one of those 2 main ones. Regarding musical development, I think Berlin is still on top. There’s something about the laid back feel of the city that makes artists take more time to develop what they do, sometimes reaching amazing results.


    Barem Boiler Room Buenos Aires DJ Set by brtvofficial

    Q6. What’s your favourite equipment to work with and sound system to play on, do you think sound is important, or THE MOST important thing in a party?
    A6. Right now I’m in love with my Dave Smith Poly Evolver. They don’t make it anymore and I bought a used one some months ago. It can sound so beautiful, I love it. My fav sound system is usually Martin Audio or Void.
    Sound is VERY important but not always the most important. I remember places like Bar25 in Berlin some years ago, where the sound was shit but the parties there were so good that it didn’t matter. I think the most important is the vibe and how it feels to be there, which is defined by many factors.

    Q7. What do you think will be the next “cool trend” to dominate the music scene after the ‘slowish disco’ wave of the last few years?
    A7. Not so sure. I think there’s a bit of a big room techno comeback at the moment, faster BPM and more straight forward more squared grooves on one side, and also some laid bad longer hypnotic house tracks with no vocals. I have the feeling that we all got tired of listening to vocals on every fucking track like it’s been in the past couple years. But I don’t really follow trends. I didn’t jump on the slowish disco trend and I’m also not gonna follow the next one unless I feel connected to it. I think these days musical trends in our scene are dictated by magazine and website editors instead of artists. I really hope that someday it will go back to the artists being in control, but I’m a pessimist hahaha!

    Q8. How did you move into the underground electronic music scene?
    A8. Depends by what you mean by underground. There’s this big fight now between EDM and underground which I find totally stupid. We are all EDM ‘cause we all make electronic dance music and to my standards, having played for 10 or 15 thousand people at once I don’t really consider what I do to be very underground. It used to be, but with this music being played at all the biggest clubs in Ibiza, not to mention cities like Las Vegas, I think the underground days of this sound are long gone. But to answer to your question, I don’t really know. One day I was making music in my bedroom and the next day I was part of it. Not sure what happened in the middle :)

    Q9. And on the 18 April what should we expect from Barem
    A9: The usual I guess, groovy basslines and a selection of some of the music that I like, mixed the way I like to mix it!

    Thanks for your time and really looking forward to having you on the 18 April alongside Valentino Kanzyani

    rhythmatic w/ Barem and Valentino Kanzyani 18 April at Steelyard

    Address:
    Steelyard,  13-16 Allhallows Lane
    London, United Kingdom

     

    Full event details:

    tickets: 1st release & 2nd Release Sold out, on Sale £15 from
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    Ransom Note tickets
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