“Western Stil by DoubleCase”

“Western Stil by DoubleCase”

6 Monate lang habe ich mein “Alter Ego”, mein lieblings Alias, DoubleCase ruhen lassen. Ein halbes Jahr war defintiv genug Zeit um neue Tracks zu finden, einmal mehr ein Intro zu ersinnen und in sehnsüchtiger Vorfreude auf das nachfolgende, knapp zweistündige Deep Tech Set zu schwelgen.
110% für Konception, den Saloon und für Euch.
Falls Du dich jetzt fragst wenn oder was ich meine, frag nach dem Typ mit dunkelblauem KataHaifisch Shirt und Cowboyhut.

Live aus dem Saloon @ Konception – Zuckerbrot&Peitsche
Artwork by Finn Coi <3 Euer Case

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Picked Sound: A Story About Me

There was a time, where I felt Alone. Without knowing why I felt that, I tried to Escape. Escapes which almost lead me into Madness. In the end it was about Seeking for something, whatever that might be. Then I met Eva. She was the best mirror I have ever had. She left her Traces. More than ever I have been much closer to what some of you may call the Truth. This is A Story About Me.

All funds raised through the sales of the album will be donated to the Mudita Foundation, which is giving educational support to abandoned and orphaned kids in Myanmar.

For more information about the Project visit their homepage: muditafoundation.de

To learn more about the concept of the album and the story behind, please visit: amselcom.de/florian-rietze-trac…terview-background/

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Picked Sound: PREMIERE Søren Laga – Kumera [Radikon]

Release Title: Radikon Compilation – Reto II
Artist: Søren Laga (https://ift.tt/2GxKlRF)
Label: Radikon (https://ift.tt/2FsE4vx )
Catalogue No.: Rdkn08
Release-Date: 29.11.2019

Buy Link: https://ift.tt/2O9kOpg

Radikon’s annual Reto compilation celebrates its second edition with catalogue number 008. It’s been a year full of ecstatic highs and grueling lows, but most of all, great electronic music. Reto II is dedicated to everyone – fans, artists and collaborators – that helped make Radikon’s inaugural journey a year to remember. Reto II features 10 Tracks by Radikon veterans and newcomers alike. Returning artists include label heads Jonas Saalbach and Guzy, Dahu, Tony Casanova, Soren Laga, Foreign Guest, Yubik and Yuven. Radikon is also proud to welcome several debut artists to the label. Copenhagen’s Baime, Cologne’s youlaike and Berlin native Matthias Schuell offer up astounding compositions and are welcome additions to the growing Radikon family. From our home base at Funkhaus Berlin our profoundest thanks for a great first year, and may there be many more to come!

✘ Søren Laga (Cologne // Germany)
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✘ Radikon (Berlin // Germany)
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Picked Sound: Tigerskin | November (Preview) | Forms & Figures

Download & Stream : https://ffm.to/ff012

FF012 | Tigerskin | We’ll Always Have November

01 – November – Restored by Stefan Janson
02 – Mirror, Mirror
03 – 9319
 
Tigerskin’s classic track “November” from 2011 doesn’t need much introduction. It’s been enjoyed all over the world for it’s walking bass and hypnotic space bells. For this re-release it has been beautifully restored and newly mixed by Stefan Janson.
 
‚Mirror, Mirror‘ is a brand new recording. Deep, dubby and jazzy, it leads the listener through a world of strange 60s sounds, swing rhythms and surprises with unexpected turns, just as if you’d walk a packed street and cross various side streets, who’s sounds interfere with those of your main path. Enjoy the ride!
 
Finally, ‚9319‘ is a new tune too, but it’s based on one of Tigerskin’s unreleased, very early tracks. Call it ‚Trance’ or ‚Acid’ if you must, we love it in any way. It features a beautiful walking 303 Bassline, stomping kicks and leaves lots of space for the dreamers.
 
All tracks have been mixed by Stefan Janson.
Mastered by Salz Mastering.

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Picked Sound: PREMIERE: Robin Schellenberg & Vruno – Yellow Express [Stil Vor Talent]

PREMIERE: Robin Schellenberg & Vruno – Yellow Express [Stil Vor Talent]

Release Title: Schneeweiss 11
Artist: Robin Schellenberg (@robinschellenberg) & Vruno (@vrunomusic)
Track Title: Yellow Epress
Label: Stil Vor Talent
Catalogue No.: SVT265
Release-Date: 06.12.2019

Over the years, Berlin has been cited as Oliver Koletzki’s main point of reference and, more importantly, his endless source of inspiration. His albums Großstadtmärchen and Großstadtmärchen 2 are wholehearted tributes of the German capital, as its importance is continuously hinted and charted. Friedrichshain, one of Berlin’s vibrant districts, has always held a special place in Oliver’s heart. This is where he started out when he first moved to the city, and this is where he lives now. Kreuzberg’s wall paintings adorn Stil Vor Talent s cover sleeves and host their headquarters. There are little to no corners in the city that haven’t brought a spark of inspiration into the mix. The Schneeweiss compilation series, now at its 11th installment, is built as a form of tribute to all these particles, tied in together into a series of carefully curated tracks. Each compilation stands at the intersection of the musical and cultural surroundings most prominent of their respective times, acting both as a reminder as well as a timeless sound capsule for the years to come.

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✘ Robin Schellenberg (Berlin // Germany)

soundcloud.com/robinschellenberg
facebook.com/robinschellenbergmusic

✘ Vruno (Berlin // Germany)

soundcloud.com/vrunomusic
facebook.com/VrunoOfficial

✘ Stil Vor Talent (Berlin // Germany)

www.stilvortalent.de
soundcloud.com/stilvortalent
facebook.com/stilvortalent

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Picked Sound: Hannes Bieger – HOW I MET THE BASS #163

HANNES BIEGER on:
– Facebook: https://ift.tt/2oBB4Q9
– SoundCloud: @hannesbieger

HOW I MET THE BASS on:
– Facebook: https://ift.tt/2aExamq
– Mixcloud: https://ift.tt/2grO2vi
– Spotify: spoti.fi/2KipBo7

3 QUESTIONS to HANNES BIEGER:

Q: Talking about your mix: How did these super early tracks shape your career and how did you find your way into Electronic Music once?

A: Of course you are not aware of this at the moment, but in hindsight you begin to see the common thread. I think there is a straight line in my mix, leading from the first track into the last one. Like probably anyone, I had to leave out a lot of stuff – the dead end streets and side roads. But I think my mix reflects very well my musical journey from my younger self, sitting whole afternoons in front of the record player at six years old, flipping my father’s Pink Floyd and Beatles vinyls over and over again – until today, looking back on a long career as a musician, mix engineer and producer already. Take „Cirrus Minor“ by Pink Floyd, the first track of my mix. At first glance it’s an acoustic guitar ballad, but then you notice the several layers of bird sound tape loops in the intro, how they open up the reverb send on the first line of the chorus, and the way they used the organ, which later seamlessly transitioned into using synthesizers. To me, in a way, this is electronic music already – and although I could not put my finger on all the details yet when I was 6, I definitely noticed there was something special about the sound of these records. At 10 I started playing electric guitar, and from the beginning I was just as interested in the way it sounded, as I was into what I was playing. This was inseparable for me practically since day one. [read full answer on our Facebook page]

Q: Besides playing as a live-act you are mastering and mix enginieer, producer, teacher. A musician all over. How would you describe your place in the electronic music world?

A: Well, this sums it up nicely already. And ultimately I think it’s up to others to answer this question. I have been wearing so many different hats in the 20 years I am doing this now that I’d like to think I have adopted a fairly holistic view of things. I think ultimately my goal is to try and make music that can stand the test of time. The wheel is turning so fast these days. Maybe I’m not so much the guy to produce DJ tools, I always aim for something that is more of a song, a story, a journey. It is important for me to point out that I am still learning and searching, trying to develop. The more you know, the more you know what you don’t know. There still is a universe out there waiting to be explored. For years I have tried to avoid becoming part of a certain scene, being pinned down to a narrow section of what I was doing. I guess I can say that I am really feeling at home now with the labels I am affiliated with, with the artist I collaborate with etc. – and I am proud to be part of a scene that is open, inclusive and international, happy to feel the unifying force of music every day.

Q: Which exciting projects are you currently working on?

A: I am further developing my live set, and I have just completed a couple releases slated for 2020, including my first full album I am releasing as „Hannes Bieger“ – it’s coming in spring on Awesome Soundwave, a fairly new label run by Carl Cox and Christopher Coe. It’s a bit more experimental than my latest releases, and I can’t wait to share it. The only vocalist featured on the album is Ursula Rucker. I have been admiring her for many, many years, and the first track where I ever heard her voice is also included in this mix: „Loveless“ by 4hero. There is a story coming full circle here, over 20 years after this record came out I am fortunate enough to finally also work with her!

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Picked Sound: Bedouin live at Mayan Warrior – Burning Man 2019

“Since 2013, Burning Man has always been a special place for us to present, explore, and share new original music and ideas… and this year was no different. We’re very happy to finally share with you the recording of our set from Saturday sunrise on the Mayan Warrior”

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Photo by Malin Mhenningsson @mhenningsson
Cover Design by Alvaro Manzo

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