Andhim | Pacha On Air (Germany)
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In support of the iconic club closed since March 2020 with the pandemic.
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YOTAM AVNI on:
– Facebook: https://ift.tt/3d8zTDH
– SoundCloud: @yotamavni
HOW I MET THE BASS on:
– Facebook: https://ift.tt/2aExamq
– Mixcloud: https://ift.tt/2grO2vi
– Instagram: https://ift.tt/3oOZGUv
3 QUESTIONS to YOTAM AVNI:
Q: How did you select the tracks for your mix and what do they still mean to you today?
A: I’ve picked the tracks that influenced me the most. I still love all of these today, they keep me rooted to when I started making music.
Q: How did you spend the time “off” due to the pandemic?
A: It was a very difficult year, I lost a few dear friends, for a while I lost interest in dance music (like we all) took me a while to feel like I miss DJ’ing and club music so I can’t say it was a good experience for me.
Q: Which future projects are you currently working on?
A: Started my new imprint titled Avniart, releasing a lot of solo material from old sessions. I thought it’s time to release more music. There’s a single with Jaw called “Here We Are Again” that will be released this year on These Eyes Records.
Cormac’s new Polari label strides into a new year with the brazen energy and positivity we need right now. Following delicious discs from Kiwi and Zillas On Acid comes another delectable collection from Brazilian-in-Berlin ROTCIV.
A name synonymous with house, electronic disco, electro and Italo fusion for well over 10 years with his label Mister Mistery and releases on the likes of Full Pupp, Freeride Millenium, Luv Shack Records and Massimiliano Pagliara’s Funnovejere (to name a few), ROTCIV makes his debut on Polari with four more stunning cuts…
The beautifully chaotic title track, ‘PUR NRG’, is a sleazy, bass guitar thumping slab of dark cosmic matter, while ‘Fear’ ripples and glistens with the tension its name suggests. A layered beast built up around sinewy acid lines and a voluminous slug of a bassline. ‘Slipping’, the most euphoric moment in the selection, is a lavish rhythm laced with all kinds of twinkling rave echoes and sudden synth rushes. Finally we reach ‘XTSY’, which switches up the beats for full Italo subversion, and the perfect happy ending.
And there’ll be plenty more positive dispatches as Polari continue. Inspired by the undercover slang used in gay subcultures in the 19th century, Cormac’s label is dedicated to reflecting and representing a truly diverse and unsung contemporary collective. They speak the language you need to hear in the 21st century.
Risikogruppe | Music for a lonely dancefloor | elektroaktivisten.de Podcast #102
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Pacos´s first elektroaktivisten.de Podcast:
Decided to remix this fantastic song by Emilíana Torrini and merged it with Downtempo, Reggae and psychedelic Elements.
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