MM Podcast 130 – Rawley

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Housig – groovy – danceverstrahlt – eben Rawley wird’s heute mit dem oberfordimablen Kevin Kaiser based in Leipzig.
Ein absolut soundbewegter Leichtlebemann, mehr erfahrt ihr wie immer im Interview auf:
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sound(ge)cloud 020 by earthwormTIM – moroccan shepherd

sound(ge)cloud 020 by earthwormTIM (Berlin) – moroccan shepherd

Tim ist zwischen Anfang und Mitte Dreißig, zwischen Weserkiez und Böhmisch-Rixdorf, zwischen House und Techno. Geboren und aufgewachsen im Pott, verschlug es ihn wie so viele zwangsläufig nach Berlin. In Neukölln treibt er seit nunmehr 9 Jahren sein Unwesen und fand im Polymedialen Ponyhof ein zweites Zuhause. Als earthwormTIM erfreut er sich daran, fernab von subkultureller Tyrannei wohltuend Zerfließendes ans Ohr zu bringen. Musik zum aufstehenden Liegenbleiben, feiernden Weiterschlafen, arbeitenden Faulenzen oder sitzzappelnden Couchrave.

Mit seinem Bummeltechno/Voodoo-House hat mich Tim sofort begeistert … daraus ist auch sofort ein super Kontakt entstanden … da war schnell klar … hier muss auch was für sound(ge)cloud her … und es hat sich mehr als gelohnt … maximaller Dank liebe TIM für dieses tolle Werk …

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Dominik Eulberg – HOW I MET THE BASS #166

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3 QUESTIONS to DOMINIK EULBERG:

Q: From bird sounds to early rave classic – how did you meet the bass, Dominik?

A: I was asked to create a mix with the music which socialized me. Music did not interest me in my childhood. Nature was my music: the rustling of leaves, the splashing of streams, the chirping of grasshoppers and of course the opulent concert of birds. The melancholy piping of the blackbird was my first earworm. Only the electronic music aroused my deep interest, fascinated me with a research-driven curiosity. In 1993 I started DJing. To capture both of my great sources of inspiration, I’ve decided to create a two-hour melange of my favorite bird songs and my favorite picks from 1993 and 1994.

Q: You´re travelling all over the planet for about two decades yet. How do you manage your stressful tourlife and calming down the weekdays after so many years?

A: Nature is not only my great source of inspiration, but also an inexhaustible source of energy to recharge my batteries. Therefore I live in her, directly on a wonderful nature reserve. For me nature is the easiest, healthiest and most cost-effective way to happiness. I only need binoculars to broaden my horizons. So I can immerge in the contemplative experience of nature for hours and get into deep resonance with our true home.

Q: Which future Eulberg projects are on the way – what are you currently working on?

A: I’m writing a sensitization for nature book for the renowned Fischer Verlag, creating a photo book with insect focus-stacking macros, working on a butterfly card game, creating Remix-EPs for my current album Mannigfaltig, working on the soundtrack for a cinema nature-documentary, designing a bat sound installation with the Chaos Computer Club and produce a new EP.

TRACKLIST:

1. Aphex Twin – On – Warp Records – 1993
2. Amsel – Blackbird – Turdus merula
3. CJ Bolland – Con Spirito – R&S Records – 1995
4. Singdrossel – Song trush – Turdus philomelos
5. Teste – The Wipe (5am Synaptic) – Plus 8 Records – 1992
6. Rohrdommel – Bittern – Botaurus stellaris
7. Marmion – Schöneberg — Superstition – 1993
8. Kiebitz – Lapwing – Vanellus vanellus
9. Tata Box Inhibitors – Plasmids (Placid Mix) – Touché – 1994
10. Nachtigall – Nightingale – Luscinia megarhynchos
11. Vapourspace ‎– Gravitational Arch Of 10 – Plus 8 Records – 1993
12. Blaukehlchen – Bluethroat – Luscinia svecica
13. Pete Lazonby – Sacred Cercles – Brainaik Records – 1994
14. Zaunkönig – Wren – Troglodytes troglodytes
15. X-313 – Spectra (Hardsignal Treatment) – Generator Records – 1994
16. Ziegenmelker – Nightjar – Caprimulgus europaeus
17. Drax – Amphetamine – Oscillator – 1994
18. Wiedehopf – Hoopoe – Upupa epops
19. Emmanuel Top – Acid Phase – Attack Records -1994
20. Uhu – Eagle owl – Bubo bubo
21. Energy 52 – Cafe Del Mar ( DJ Kid Paul Mix) – Eye Q Records – 1993
22. Buchfink – Chaffinch – Fringilla coelebs
23. Cygnus X – Orange Theme – Eye Q Records -1994
24. Wachtelkönig – Corncrake – Crex crex
25. Trancesetters – Drive – Touché – 1994
26. Gartenrotschwanz – Common redstart – Phoenicurus phoenicurus
27. Acid Jesus – Radium – Klang Elektronik -1994
28. Drosselrohrsänger – Great reed warbler – Acrocephalus arundinaceus
29. Cold – Strobe Light Network – Thule Records – 1995
30. Pirol – Golden oriole – Oriolus oriolus

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Strictly Rhythm – The Definitive 30

Strictly Rhythm - The Definitive 30

Legendary label Strictly Rhythm celebrates its landmark 30th anniversary – having shaped the face of house music since its inception in New York in 1989.

To commemorate its proud heritage, Strictly Rhythm will release ‘The Definitive 30’ album on 13 December – 30 classic tracks that define the label musically, artistically and culturally. To accompany this, there will be a 3-part 2 x 12” vinyl series being released from January, plus ten digitally unreleased recordings – including tracks from Todd Terry and Kenny Dope – across 6 and 13 December.

Strictly Rhythm’s extraordinary influence is shown by the many iconic artists who have released on the label, the internationally renowned selectors who regularly feature Strictly Rhythm tracks in their sets to a rapturous response, and the label’s presence in scores for the big and small screen.



‘The Definitive 30’ is a multi-faceted collection celebrating Strictly Rhythm’s legacy. Featuring early New York deep house: Logic’s ‘The Warning’, After Hours’ ‘Waterfalls’, and Kerri Chandler’s ‘Stompin’ Grounds’; the disco house sounds built on New York’s rich club heritage: Underground Solution’s ‘Luv Dancin’, The Untouchables’ ‘Lil Louie’s Anthem’; classic vocal house from Barbara Tucker, Aly-Us, and Black Magic; harder-edged rave classics in the shape of Todd Terry’s ‘Can You Feel It’ and Armand Van Helden’s ‘Witch Doktor’; and crossover hits from Reel II Real, Ultra Naté, Planet Soul, and Wamdue Project.

Long-time Strictly Rhythm stalwart and compiler of these releases, Phil Cheeseman says: “30 years is a commendable achievement for any label, but for a label in a genre that lives largely in the underground, Strictly Rhythm’s milestone is unprecedented.”

“The producers and artists on ‘The Definitive 30’ reel off like a who’s who of the history of house: Louie Vega, Kenny Dope, DJ Pierre, Roger Sanchez, Erick Morillo, Danny Tenaglia, Lil Louis, David Morales, India, Osunlade and Dennis Ferrer. But, as definitive as they are, they are in no way the ‘be and end all’ of Strictly Rhythm. More a gateway to the bigger story…”

For vinyl aficionados, Strictly Rhythm will release a special 3-part vinyl set from January, featuring 23 seminal cuts from ‘The Definitive 30’. Full track-listing is below.

Strictly Rhythm will also release ten recordings previously unreleased digitally – across 13 December and 10th January. These ten tracks are a cross section of Strictly Rhythm’s DNA. There’s pioneering deep house from Wayne Gardiner’s Logic with ‘The Difference’, the lesser known but still brilliant follow-up to ‘The Warning’, and Lovechild’s ‘Sweet Ambience’, included on ‘This Is Strictly Rhythm’, the label’s first ever compilation; classic vocal house from Ira Levi’s ‘Live Your Life’ (with mixes from Wamdue Kids) and The Backroom featuring Cheri Williams’ ‘Now You Got I’; New York Latin freestyle hit ‘Boriqua Posse’ by Rare Arts; West Coast proto tech house from David Alvarado; The Believers’ ‘Essence Of Life’ – the underrated follow up to ‘Who Dares To Believe In Me’; and essential ‘90s house from Groove Patrol (aka 95 North). Last, but by no means least, are early releases from the legendary Todd Terry and Kenny Dope.

1. Sir James – Special (Club Mix)
2. Logic – The Warning (Inner Mix)
3. Underground Solution – Luv Dancin‘ (In Deep Mix)
4. After Hours – Waterfalls (3am Mix)
5. The Untouchables – Lil Louie’s Anthem
6. Photon Inc – Generate Power (Wild Pitch Mix)
7. CLS – Can You Feel It (In House Dub)
8. Phuture – Rise From Your Grave (Wild Pitch Mix)
9. Aly-Us – Follow Me (Club Mix)
10. Code 718 – Equinox (Heavenly Club Mix)
11. K.C.Y.C. – Stompin Grounds (Stompin Ground Mix)
12. South Street Player – (Who?) Keeps Changing Your Mind (Club Mix)
13. Hardrive – Deep Inside
14. Reel 2 Real – I Like To Move It (Erick ‚More‘ Club Mix)
15. The Believers – Who Dares To Believe In Me? (Original Mix)
16. George Morel – Let’s Groove
17. Barbara Tucker – Beautiful People (Underground Network Mix)
18. River Ocean – Love & Happiness (12″ Club Mix)
19. Loop 7 – The Theme (The Legend)
20. The Boss – Congo (Da Max Mix)
21. Armand Van Helden – Witch Doktor
22. Josh Wink – Higher State Of Consciousness (Tweekin‘ Acid Funk)
23. Lou2 – Freaky (The Bar Heads Mix)
24. Planet Soul – Set U Free (Fever Mix)
25. Lil‘ Mo‘ Yin Yang – Reach („Little“ „More“ Mix)
26. Black Magic – Freedom (On and On Strong Vocal Mix)
27. Powerhouse feat Duane Harden – What You Need (Full Intention Power Mix)
28. Wamdue Project – King Of My Castle (Roy Malone Kings Mix)
29. Osunlade – Momma’s Groove (Jimpster’s Hip Replacement Mix)
30. Dennis Ferrer – Sinfonia Della Notte

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