13 Nov 2008


8 Comments Electro

Dskotek is a well respected house party dj in the underground scene of Los Angeles for over a year. He recently started collaborating with a producer, which was really an awesome idea.They’ve released a bunch of really sweet remixes the last couple of months. Check out these two latest releases and give this upcoming talent some love.

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MGMT – Electric Feel (Dskotek Remix)

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Britney Spears – Womanizer (Dskotek Remix)

05 Nov 2008


5 Comments Electro, House

Hi, I’ve recently got introduced to surprisingly wicked tunes from new guys in the scene called Audiostalkers.

In July 2008 in Stockholm, Sweden a group was formed from two superproducers and a highclass DJ.

Taking influences from both the underground fidget scene and the high energy electro of 2007, the Audiostalkers have developed their own style of electronic party music.

Throwing out tracks and remixes thick and fast, the Audiostalkers have now become in demand for their high energy party music on the live stage.
Their first live performances have been an outstanding succes with many more requests for the future.

Now check these tracks and fall in love. Go go go!

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Audiostalkers – Sex

[audio:/1108/Audiostalkers - Rock hard.mp3]
Audiostalkers – Rock Hard

*Links fixed

10 Sep 2008


1 Comment House

Mansion! Yeah I guess you might have heard of them before. They’ve been posted on a lot of other blogs including the famous Discodust music blog. But since I totally dig what they’ve done to that Bounce track by MSTRKRFT, I just had to share this with you guys and also because I had a fun idea of playing with the image they provided.

Anyway I’m going to let you enjoy their music now before I write this post full of completely useless stuff like about that image. I’m just in a talking mood even though I have nothing to say. Oh yeah, before I forget, They’re from Toronto and you have to keep an eye on them! Now … enjoy!

MSTRKRFT – Bounce (Mansion Remix)

Mansion – Break Back

08 Aug 2008

Hidden Depths

1 Comment Electro

San Miguel Hidden depths

The San Miguel Hidden Depthsinitiative invites respected labels DJs and artists to each curate a one-off party showcasing their favourite acts. So far this summer, Wall of Sound have brought Marc Almond and DJ Pierre to the Soho Revue Bar, and The Glimmers somehow bagged Grandmaster Flash for a set at Manchester’s Joshua Brooks;  Thursday 31st July, was the turn of Giles Smith and James Priestley, the brains behind after-hours rave institution secretsundaze: their chosen guests were, Detroit techno innovator Theo Parrish and UK house “original rude-boy” Ashley Beedle, at T-Bar on Shoreditch High Street. As with all the events, Hidden Depths transforms the venues into “a bespoke space with customised art and print design, ensuring a unique audience experience”.

The 21th of August it’s Chromeo who’s going to put the The End/AKA, London on fire. Buy your ticket here. Now enjoy these crazy remixes by Dolby Anol and MSTRKRFT. And I have to admit San Miguel is actually a very nice beer! Cheers!

Chromeo – Tenderoni (MSTRKRFT Remix)

Chromeo – Needy Girl (Dolby Anol’ French Mistake)

05 Aug 2008


5 Comments Interview

Hi everyone! I was at my work the other day and I was chatting with Nicolas from the Beatbouncers a new belgian electro duo with great ambition, motivation and of course… tunes! So I thought lets have an interview and share their music with you. And I have to say, it was really fun! Enjoy!


PHASE02: How did you guys meet?

Well, we both had this Noxa-profile, you know. Something like MySpace but then smaller. Anyway so we meet and started talking and it turned out our music taste is like 99% equal. So we were online friends and apart from our taste we also had this one ‘dream’ in common. Create our own music and get them dancing. So we decide to experiment and try some stuff and there was the spark! The spark that flame on the idea of starting our own project. And Beatbouncers was born!

PHASE02: Why “Beatbouncers”?

We were searching for something strong, something powerful. Our first idea was Beatmunchers, but that just didn’t sound right. Then somehow we came up with Beatbouncers and it just perfectly describes our music. We really love hard banging beats and we couldn’t find a word that describes our music (or the music that we still were going to make) better as with the word “bouncy”.

PHASE02: Bouncy? That’s pretty abstract. Can you try to describe the music you’re aiming for a little more?

We’re still in search for our own style. I mean we just started. We’re still in an experimental phase. But I can say we’re evolving in the ‘fidget’ direction. You know… Get people totally crazy, almost fainting by hearing our climax, hands going up and down … Completely LOSGEHEN!!! That’s how we see it. That’s what we’re aiming for!

PHASE02: Fidget House for the win! Influences?

In the first place I have to say Daft Punk of course. But the guys who really have an enormous influence on our music today are definitely the Crookers, Bloody Beetroots, Fake Blood and Sinden. Add a little of Kelevra, Lee Mortimer and Don Rimini and you get an awesome mix of what Beatbouncers is at the moment.

PHASE02: Wow?! You have the balls the call yourself a mix of Don & Lee. No waving hands and moving feet but spontaneous ejac*lation I would call it.

We’ll make sure enough Kleenex will be available!

PHASE02: Haha, okay I swear I would have left out the sexual colored comment, considering our last interview with Dead Disco Drivers that went the same direction, till you came up with that brilliant suggestion!

PHASE02: Are you guys in search for a label?

As you’ve noticed it all started as an experiment and having fun etc…But after the extemely positive reactions of Shake Ya Shimmy we decided to start taking it more seriously. And indeed we’re in search for a label for in the future and of course new gigs are always welcome. We already applied for the new Basserk Cd!

PHASE02: Good luck with that! I was wondering … I recently designed you guys a poster/flyer/ticket for the  F*ck The Klishé party with Proxy, Sound Of Stereo, Geht’s Noch? and Beatbouncers on the line-up. Is that also a project of Beatbouncers or something completely different?

That’s a different project. But I might quit F*ck The Klishé since Beatbouncers is getting more seriously and also taking more spare time.

PHASE02: I see but you’re playing there anyway. And with all these incredible nice names … Any idea to warm up the crowd yet?

We definitely going to try our own tracks on them. But Mostly of our set is improvised. But we have to admit we always love to add some oldskool hiphop or rave in our set.

PHASE02: Nice. I’ll be there and I’m pretty curious and definitely looking forward! Anything more you’d like to add?

To avoid sticky liquids in your pants, go get your kleenex before the gig starts!

Didn’t see that one coming!

Special thanks to Jef and Nicalos aka Beatbouncers for having this nice little interview with me.

Make sure you check out their tracks and if you have the chance you should come to F*ck The Klishé – 26/09/08 with Proxy, Sound Of Stereo, Geht’s Noch? ft Lektravaganza and of course Beatbouncers.

Beatbouncers – Shake Ya Shimmy

Beatbouncers – Bust A New Jam

03 Aug 2008


No Comments Electro, House

News from Shir Khan’s label EXPLOITED!

BUGATI FORCE from Berlin are Cashmaster Diamond, Droopy Goldberg and Spänk. Remixbusiness at its best! BUGATI FORCE released 2 Edits as a 7 inch Vinyl on EXPLOITED which sold out in 3 days. Can I say more? No! Just listen!

Bugati Force – Juke This Dirty Mother

There is coming a lot more from SHIR KHAN’s label EXPLOITED!
Check out Miss Pacman by RQM, which comes with remixes from Oliver $, Dj Chernobyl, Act yo age.

RQM – Miss Pacman

Also they’re releasing Hyperactive by Malente & Dex which comes with crazy remixes from Bobmo, Riva Starr, Bird Peterson. Enjoy!

Malente & Dex – Hyperactive


29 May 2008

No Letting Go

2 Comments Electro, House

Sawtooth Sucka aka Lee Mortimer has recently released a new EP No Letting Go on his own record label Wearhouse Music.

‘Letting Go’ kicks things of sampling Tina Moore’s classic 2-step Garage anthem ‘Never Gonna Let You Go’. You don’t have to wait too long though for the signature Sawtooth Sucka wobbly bassline that packs a hell of a punch.

I couldn’t describe it better! Also Andy George (Wearhouse Music) and Zodiac Cartel (Used & Abused records) remixed the already amazing tracks and helped to make this EP one … you just must have! They’re going to make some difference in your next mix for sure.
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Sawtooth Sucka – Letting Go

Sawtooth Sucka – No Ordinary Girl (Zodiac Cartel Remix)