Hola Amigos! Edición 291 de DocePulgadas, que hacemos sintiendo los primeros intensos fríos del otoño. Para sobrellevarlos mejor te hemos preparado una selección de hits anticipados a las próximas fiestas navideñas.
Hablando la selección musical, escucharemos lo nuevo de No Regular Play, Martin Waslewski, Tapesh & Maximiljan, Deep Bros Feat. Michael Watford, Azari & III editado en los sellos Wolf+Lamb, Gold Records, Mobilee Records, Miniload, Get Physical Music entre otros buenos lanzamientos.
Different kind of sound inside this episode ... Slam Mode 's tech to African influences. Down Tempo to Rebel MC Classic and electro stuff ...
Have a good time.
Enjoy and share ... Keep It Alive! (Next Episode in a week)
“I spin the Black Circle since a long time and I wanted to offer anything else than my classical electro mix. “Welcome to my Galactic Vinyl Church”, it’s a travel through my boxes of Vinyl, through the time, through some influences, through the genres, through my vision of Electronic music, and I hope, with some soul. (Episode 8).
Why Vinyl? Because Vinyl is the Spirit of Deejaying, because it is the memory and the diversity of Music, because I want to be an human behind my turntables. I don’t want to sell my creativity to a digital brand, depend on it and its future options.
I want to have control and not be controlled.
Vinyl Culture, we are one!”
A selection of classic Christmas songs for you to enjoy from Brian Setzer, Chuck Berry, The Drifters, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, Darlene Love, Frank Sinatra, Jethro Tull, Johnny Preston, Amy Grant, Brook Benton, Elvis Presley, Crystal Gayle, Gladys Knight, Englebert Humperdinck, Marlyn Monroe, Michael Ball, Mahalia Jackson, Perry Como, Jim Reeves, The Ronettes, The Jingle Dogs.
If you're a producer/DJ and want to submit a track or mix for the show please send links to tra...@SomethingGlobal.com WAV format preferred.
All music included in the show is purely intended to promote artists, to give you a taste of their style and encourage you to go out and buy their stuff. Most tracks are available to download safely and legally. DONT STEAL MUSIC.
“Electronic Music Artist From Istanbul… I like to do stuff like doing records and spinnin them. Some people take interest in what I do, This is what this is all about.” So self-describes Sarp Yilmaz ,apparently not being fond of talking in big letters about himself. We on the Apparel team however are aware that Osunlade talks of him as the best new Artist on his Guardian interview, that Maya Jane Coles drops his tunes on Pete Tongs Essential Selection, that he’s been charted by many top Djs and Artists (Stacey Pullen,Osunlade , Bill Patrick, Dapayk, Marco Resmann, Niederflur to name a few) across the globe, that his tracks are chosen Track of the day on Beatportal, his stuff is 2 times bestseller on Whatpeopleplay charts and his tracks pops on every important podcast lately, be it a Cadenza podcast or Compost Black sessions.
Recently released his debut album on Apparel music that climbed the charts on all major stores, reaching pole position on WPP charts again, he’s been praised now for his unique take on House music by many, and now is at service to everyone who likes his, her House with a little bit odd Flavour and open mind. New album for Apparel in 2014 out on 2x12".
See more at: http://www.apparelbooking.com/artist/sarp-yilmaz
From the cold winter of Canada, we have the Colin de la Plante, also known as The Mole. In his time there, we highlight his seven years of residency in the Laika Bar, and his numerous appearances on the Mutek Festival. In 2005 and made his first collaboration with Mathew Jonson, which was released by the label Kompakt. This year also saw the reunion of Modern Deep Left Quartet by Wagon Repair with incredible support by the press.
As a vinyl lover, he performed sets with five turntables, experimenting with loops and sounds:
I’ve only ever done it in Montreal because i think the number of tables scares people and it is fairly experimental… though terribly techno as well.
But perhaps the most important year for The Mole was 2006 when his ep In my song of Wagon Repair came out in a mix of Sven Vath, and when further its collaboration with Cobblestone Jazz’s Paddy led to the track Smokin posties, which was published by Itiswhatitis. This string of successes led him in 2007 to move to Europe.
Today, Colin calls Berlin his home. His album As high as the sky of 2008 established him as an artist to consider, including the hit Baby, you’re the one. 2008 saw the birth of his label 7 Inches Of Love, with Kooch. In 2010 he resumed his collaborations with Cobblestone Jazz, in the form of album: The modern deep left quartet, and most recently, this past year 2012, began his new label Maybe Tomorrow with John Berry from Kompakt. Let’s listen to The Mole in DocePulgadas!