Wir Kinder Vom Melodic Zoo (Overdosed – Classic – Mix)

Kein Buch und kein Film hat mich mehr geprägt, wie

“Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo”

Ich möchte Euch dazu meine ganz eigene Geschichte erzählen !!!

Mixed and Compiled by Gefangen Intrance

Ein Zustand der Extase überlebt mehrere Tage.
GEFANGEN von der Frequenz, der du hemmungslos Kontrolle schenkst.
Ob tanzend zu harten Bässen – oder zart von Melodie besessen.
Unser Klang ist immer angemessen – um den Alltag zu vergessen.
INTRANCE bist du GEFANGEN – wenn unstillbar dein Verlangen…
..nach neuer Liebe zur Musik – vielleicht im nächsten Lied…?

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Foreign Guest presents United We Rise Podcast Nr. 043

Foreign Guest (https://ift.tt/1DzhJDv) presents United We Rise Podcast Nr. 043

🗯🗯 How Did Corona change your artist life? 🗯🗯

Corona challenges all of us in different ways. Being locked down and realising that we are facing a fundamental crises economically and socially I got very depressed and scared. That’s why also my creativity got massively influenced by the crises. Like for most of us I suggest it took some time to adapt to the new situation. After leaving behind the depressing vibes I started again to work on my music and especially on my studio. I moved to Funkhaus and built a new space. I had enough time to built a really comfortable and professional studio and that’s why I’m more than happy now to have created Studio Balthasar where I offer Mixing and Production Services beside producing my own music. As artist I suffered but as sound engineer being part of the music production scene I got finally the chance to make the next step.

🗯🗯 Where did you record the mix and how did you feel? 🗯🗯

Of course I recorded the mix live at Studio Balthasar. Good acoustical treatment and loud speakers made it possible the get at least some vibes while playing. I felt happy to play a set again but on the other side you always start to remember how it was to play live in clubs. I miss it.

🗯🗯 What are your wishes for the time after Corona? 🗯🗯

I just hope that the corona crises won’t eliminate too many venues and artists of our scene. A lot of people are struggling and I’m sure that sooner or later we gonna see rising and established venues and artists fall and quit. I hope that we will be strong enough to maintain the ambitions and to stay motivated to continue influencing our electronic music scene with music and events in the future.

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Premiere: Samii ‘Here To Luv Myself’

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With lyrical confidence and the feel for a groove, Samii’s debut EP ‘Figuring It Out’ is an ode to self-discovery. Channeling the soulful, improvised dance music that has defined Dego’s 2000black for many
years, Samii draws inspiration from her own experiences of love, loss and personal growth across four beautifully crafted tracks.

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PREMIERE: Daniel Helmstedt – Drawn (Original Mix) [Droomschipp]

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RELEASE DATE 2020-11-09
CAT: DSRDIGI 016

“We’re happy to say: “Welcome back on board of the Droomschipp, Daniel Helmstedt!” He comes up with this smooth and warm EP full of deep harmonies. Again he finds a perfect way to combine groove and atmosphere. His tunes let you smoothly dance into the sunrise and feel the warmth on your skin.”

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PREMIERE: Daniel Helmstedt – Drawn (Original Mix) [Droomschipp]

Submit your track, mix for repost or premiere? ➩promo@8day.ca
Stream our Playlist on Spotify: bit.ly/8daymtl ♩ ♪ ♫ ∞ ♥

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RELEASE DATE 2020-11-09
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“We’re happy to say: “Welcome back on board of the Droomschipp, Daniel Helmstedt!” He comes up with this smooth and warm EP full of deep harmonies. Again he finds a perfect way to combine groove and atmosphere. His tunes let you smoothly dance into the sunrise and feel the warmth on your skin.”

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PREMIERE: Daniel Helmstedt – Drawn (Original Mix) [Droomschipp]

Submit your track, mix for repost or premiere? ➩promo@8day.ca
Stream our Playlist on Spotify: bit.ly/8daymtl ♩ ♪ ♫ ∞ ♥

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Release info:

RELEASE DATE 2020-11-09
CAT: DSRDIGI 016

“We’re happy to say: “Welcome back on board of the Droomschipp, Daniel Helmstedt!” He comes up with this smooth and warm EP full of deep harmonies. Again he finds a perfect way to combine groove and atmosphere. His tunes let you smoothly dance into the sunrise and feel the warmth on your skin.”

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DJ Hell – House Music Box

Listen up! In the midst of the reawakening club scene DJ Hell returns with the album House Music Box (Past, Present, No Future). Unlike its predecessor Zukunftsmusik (2017), with his new work, Hell looks back to the glorious early days of House and Techno in Chicago, Detroit and New York City. Obvious points of references are the heroes that vibrated the dancefloor from the late 80s, i.e. luminaries like Ron Hardy, Frankie Knuckles and Lil’ Louis from the Chicago house scene, or the legendary radio shows of The Electrifying Mojo from Detroit. Not forgetting, of course, the NYC House of Larry Levan or the Nu Groove records from the early 90s – all of them serving as musical godfathers for Hell’s House Music Box.

Back to the roots. Accordingly, Hell’s Opus number six has become a classic album: House Music Box simply contains eight gripping new bangers from the groove manufacturer that is the super gigolo Hell. The record is not only a concept album about the beginnings of electronic DJ and club music, but also a danceable history lesson. This is already shown in the superb first single: ‘Out of Control’. A mighty stomping dancefloor monster where a killer bassline and an infectious synth riff meet. A vocal sample rightly demands ‘Don’t stop!’, because the magic that Hell has created with his controllers leaves one in a state of pure ecstasy.

The songs ‘Freakshow’ and ‘Haus Musik’ are musical bows to the innovative originators of house music in the windy city. On ‘Freakshow’, the vocoder vocals ‘Ron Hardy is the true creator of house music’ remembers the prematurely deceased DJ who was best known for his eclectic sets and radical edits. His influence even stretches to the album’s title, Music Box, whose namesake club Hardy often deejayed in. On ‘House Music’, nomen est omen naturally applies: over the flawless house from the quality Hell brand, he loops various samples, fragments of sentences such as ‘Acid comes from house music’, ‘Techno comes from house’, ‘Foundation of house music is’, or ‘Chicago house music’. The persistent repetition plus grooving beats, achieves an almost hypnotic effect allowing the music – thanks to the magic production of Hell – to speak for itself.

On ‘The Electrifying Mojo’, on the other hand, Hell honours the visionary and enigmatic Charles Johnson a.k.a. The Electrifying Mojo, whose radio show (airing from 1977 until the mid 80s) had a substantial influence on the development of techno in Detroit. As he frequently played Kraftwerk, for instance, the publicly shy Electrifying Mojo emerged as a key facilitator of future electronic music in the spirit of the Detroit-Dusseldorf axis.

It goes without saying that Kraftwerk – the prestige of German electronic music – shaped the background of Hell’s new record too, via the usage of vocoder vocals as a rhythmic element or the bass frequencies as the carrying foundation for each track. Clearly recognizable is the influence of Kraftwerk’s 1986 work Electric Café (now: Techno Pop) on the groovy track ‘Technicolor’. Fans of the ‘industrial folk music’ will hardly be surprised, as this was Kraftwerk’s working title for the record. Along with sound poetic vocals, Hell tickles a cool funk from the warm machine sounds over nimble bass lines, as on House Music Box he uses – not only for this track – the same analogue synths from the seventies as Kraftwerk once did.

The oeuvre of DJ Hell is famously characterised by his artistic desire to have a different approach to each album, while at the same time constantly providing an inner viscidity and cross references. One example is the theme of automobiles, influenced by Kraftwerk’s ‘Autobahn’: just think of songs like ‘Hellracer’ or ‘Car Car Car’. The car motive is again present on House Music Box, with the ambitious track ‘GPS’. Conceptually speaking, it is a highlight of the record: over sparse Roland drum machine beats, we can hear the female computer voice of a navigation device devising the fastest route to ‘destination Berlin nightlife’. This almost has a double meaning, as once inside the club, the music will guide the dancers.

There would be no DJ Hell album, without cover versions. Or, better called his idiosyncratic electronic editions of established hits new originals – referring to a term that Laibach coined. This definitely holds true for ‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised’: his update of Gil Scott Heron’s soul classic turned into a veritable 4-on-the-floor version. The slogan, which originally came from the Black Power movement, carved out a remarkable career, not only thanks to several new versions, but equally used as an advertising slogan for bar chains. The fact that Hell takes up this track in the days of YouTube, Instagram and Facebook illustrates to us today that the idea of a political revolution is long gone. For that reason, all he keeps from the wordy original is its headline while the impulsive beats prove all the more, that at least the revolution of the dancefloor is nowhere near over.

Past, Present, No Future – even if Hell’s deep bow to the trailblazers and pioneers of electronic club music was already completed when the corona pandemic broke out, the subtitle of House Music Box proved apt even in the light of the circumstances. Especially as the club scene is so seriously affected by the coercive measures of the crisis. It is therefore quite prophetic that on ‘Jimi Hendrix’ you can hear pieces of the last interview that the guitarist gave shortly before his controversial death. “I can’t build anything right now, you know, because of the things that are happening right now. I just have to lay back and think about it all.” House Music Box is, in many ways, the right record at the right time. Because as DJ Hell speaks about his album: ‘House Music for me has always been a spiritual experience, a higher, different form of communication, so to speak’. So, let’s listen carefully to what he brings forth about his musical excursions in the Past, Present and Future of House.

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Max Cooper – Surge

Max Cooper returns to the core of his art with Earth – a four track EP including latest singles, ‘Reflect’ and ‘Swarm’.

Earth is a collection of beautiful, intricately scored electronic pieces accompanied with short films visualising epic scale earthly processes, human growth, storm surges, evolving ice formations and ballooning cityscapes.

Full of humanity, playfulness and powerful emerging intensity, the tracklist features layer after layer of otherworldly synthesis, harmony, clicks, fuzz and micro-rhythm. It’s music for those seeking emotional connection, as much as audiophiles and late night dark rooms, full of 3-dimensional binaural sound whizzing past your ears and around your head as constant low end harmonies wrap you inside a warm audio bath.

Max said of the final single, ‘Surge’:

“I don’t often sing on my tracks, but this one began as a vocal experiment which I built the rest of the synthesis around. Every time I added a layer I had to add another, the feeling in there pushed me to extremes of contrast, which I tried to let breathe with some half time broken beats leaving lots of space in the mix for the harmonic elements.

In parallel I had also started chatting to the storm chaser Kelly Delay, who captures the evolution of huge weather systems in Texas. The feelings and surging elements of the music seemed to go hand in hand with the feelings I associated with Kelly’s work, so I pushed that aspect of the music as much as I could.”

Following from recent contemporary classical album ‘Glassforms’ of reinterpreting Philip Glass scores with acclaimed pianist Bruce Brubaker, and his drum and bass remix of Henry Green, this EP exhibits the breadth of Cooper’s musical range.

For the first time in his career, Max has pushed the boundaries of his DIY-approach to making and releasing his work by creating the artwork for this EP, which features high-definition photographs of complex leaf vein structures. This series of images adorn the vinyl package, and are available as a series of limited edition giclée prints, printed on 300gsm minuet cotton rag using archival inks.

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