Robosonic @ Beirut (CU-NXT-SAT)

Mr BerlinKreuzBergInstitut Himself in Beirut. Robosonic smashed it.

what they say:

“habibis intercontinental! we played a few hours right at the beach outside of Beirut, Lebanon for CU NXT SAT…this was the first gig we played together after ‘living apart together’ in L.A. and Berlin for more than 6 months…
we arrived on different planes on different days, didn’t have much time to talk, just quickly hugged, ate a ton of fish and agreed on smashing that lovely place for a couple of hours – everything on the fly. glad we taped it, because it captured the sound & journey of @robosonic in 2016.
everything feels new and different, but exciting. mutual gigs with both of us won’t happen so often as you can see. but we hope you guys keep it real with us, as we’ve been holding it down – against all odds…1L. C:”

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Suol – Dappat Se Gat

After the success of his „Precious“ Remix EP last autumn, Till Von Sein is back with some new originals on his „Blacker Than Ever“ EP and we are very excited about his return.
The first of three fresh pieces of music is “U N U” and it’s definitely one for the summer. Percussions with the energy of a street carnival, sunny guitars and a filtered vocal all dance around chirping synths and a stomping kick. Smiles all the way.
As night falls on the carnival, it’s time for some serious grooving. And “Itiswhatitis” is just what is needed. Drum machines and synths reign supreme when it comes to dancing in the dark. The bassline takes the lead, a short snare cuts through floating pads as the ghost of a rave melody creeps up on you, raising tension before the kick drum releases it.
Arriving at “Dappat Se Gat”, sunrise is welcomed with dreamy Rhodes chords, soaring strings and an electric bass as warm as those first rays on your skin. Scattered jazzy licks weave in and out of a groove that keeps you on your toes with a beat packing a punch, which is light yet precise.

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Artenvielfalt – Do Your Thang

Every single A&R of every shitty little label that is out there would tell their artists to pick a name that sticks. So how did Artenvielfalt happen? Take a deep breath and try to pronounce it: Artenvielfalt. Not sticky at all, but No Brainer loves them all as long as we love their music. Time to listen to ‘Do Your Thang‘ and ‘I’ll Be Good’. And on top of that the meaning of the German word Artenvielfalt takes a strong stance for diversity and acceptance of all different forms of existence. We can find that in their music, too having Ghostea (Dirty Bird) on the remix duties and delivering a reduced almost tech house ‘Dub Your Thang‘ themselves.

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Tigerskin & Grambow – Looking For Mushrooms EP

Our Favorite: Red Fox – such a smoother!

Track list:
A1 – Looking for Mushrooms ft. Das Eb
A2 – Tsukiji
B1 – Octocat
B2 – Red Fox

Release Info:

Our latest “Looking for Mushrooms” EP comes to us from a collaboration between long time Dirt Crew resident Tigerskin and gifted jazz pianist and composer Grambow. We first heard from Grambow when his fluid key stylings featured on Tigerskin’s “Faint” in 2015.

The title track is a suspenseful and moody journey, lead by live double bass from feature artist “Das Eb”. Building in intensity with Tigerskin’s warm production and steady percussive instrumentation until Grambow’s live lead on a gritty synth growls in over the top. A true modern electronic classic as far as we are concernred.

“Tsukiji” is a playful deep house groover. Balmy tuned percussion and shaken highs roll along under the light hearted piano which cruises along throughout the whole tropically touched endeavour. This track has “Party” written all over it!

“Octocat” is a tougher italo disco tainted work out, tightly programmed live and analogue percussive elements push along, while wailing keys lick over a tenacious grunting bass. You can really taste and feel the long studio sessions the guys had to compose this great track. It is so much more than generic dance music.

“Red Fox” is a divine culmination of the pair’s compositional prowess and dance music knowhow. A cinematic and spirited house track that glides and glistens via delicate piano, plucky percussive riffs, bright strings and woodwinds.

Released by:
Dirt Crew Recordings
Release date:
27 June 2016

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PREMIERE – T.M.A – Bukka White (Tony Casanova Remix)

jeeeez let the sun shine in your heart with that beauty.

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Release date: 15.08.2016.

As beautiful hot days of summer continues and Submarine Vibes has yet another perfect release lined up.
This time, it’s German trio T.M.A with their EP called Bozeman.
Talented Berliners, T.M.A. crafted three original mixes and they all are full of beautiful melodies, perfectly blended soft atmospheric sounds and charming summer grooves.
Bozeman is a stunning track with classic catchy bassline wonderfully mixed with positive summery synths and pads. Second track is called Beale Street and it’s a majestic pure deep house piece with an addictively good drive. Last original piece is Bukka White and it’s a beautiful track with catchy and charming piano riffs.

The first remix is done by BroFi, also two brothers who presenting their new fresh alias with this remix. One of the project members is also part of well-known duo Hanne & Lore. They’ve done a remix of Beale Street, more stripped down version yet full of exciting sounds and voices.

The second remix comes fromBerlin-based Tony Casanova. Bukka White is the track he remixed and it’s safe to say that Tony delivers his stunning and groovy interpretation of the track.

Whether it’s a beach or boat parties, sunny terrace gatherings or even dance floors of the night club Bozeman EP is simply packed with those wonderful summer vibes and pure house grooves making it perfect for almost any occasion.

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Andreas Henneberg – Rounick

killer track
Download Full Compilation: http://bit.ly/DHcompilationmp3

This is what Desert Hearts Records has to say:

We’re extremely excited to release our very first Desert Hearts Records Family & Friends compilation. Alongside some of our favorite international DH veterans like Andreas Henneberg and Latmun, the compilation really highlights some of our best producer friends who’ve been the backbone of the Desert Hearts movement since the very beginning. These guys have been putting in work for years and this is their moment to shine. We’re so proud of every single artist on this comp and can’t wait for the world to hear what they can do. From slamming Tech House & Techno to spiritually influenced Deep House, these 12 tracks have it all. Every single song on here was made to crush the floor. We know it’s just a matter of time before you fall in love with our wonderful family & friends.

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