Premiere: Nandu – The Lights (Original Mix)


After delivering a three-tracked label start with two remixes and the original track by DkA & Jon Mosto, a clubby track with sensual French vocals from Elena, it´s now Nandu´s turn with two original tracks, both of them again driven by juicy vocals.

“The Lights”, the EP´s title track, and today’s exclusive premiere, is a profound and complex story, never forcing itself upon the listener but gently picking him up in real sophisticated (production) manner. The second original track, “The Blckout”, is based upon a more repetitive structure.

The B-Side of the release consists of two remixes by MYNY and Echonomist. The latter takes a touch on “The Lights”, giving it an even more clubby structure and placing the vocal in the magically-soundscaped break of the track. The second remix comes from German MYNY and perfectly rounds off the release with a deep and laid-back synth, surrounded by versatile and percussion layers and a beautifully-warm atmosphere.

“The Lights” is available 15 October on Scatcity Records

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Premiere: Hundreds – Un-Unify (Mano le Tough Remix)

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Mano Le Tough, the world acclaimed Berlin-based DJ and Producer, now exclusively premieres his remix for ‘Un-Unify’ by German duo Hundreds.

‘Un-Unify,’ a word created by the band consisting of Eva and Philipp Milner, embodying a call for freedom in musical form. The band itself is reminiscent of Massive Attack, Dido or Radiohead with Eva’s haunting vocal soars over Philipp’s beautifully downtempo piano chords.

Here, Mano Le Tough’s remix reimagines the memorable pop single into a deconstructed loop of vibrations. Le Tough brings his eclecticism through the track’s reverberating shuffle and minimal waves of sound.

“Un-Unify (Mano le Tough) Remix” is available 16 October on Embassy of Music

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Amsterdam’s ADE Insiders: Boris Werner

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Boris Werner is without a doubt one of the most beloved musical figures in the expansive Amsterdam scene.

Bringing indestructible grooves to dancefoors all over the globe, from DJ sets at Trouw to Circoloco and beyond, alongside music featured on the likes of Get Physical, Rush Hour, Soweso, Moon Harbour, and Supplement Facts, Boris Werner now has a new release out, “Badabing Badaboum EP,” which as received heavy support from the likes of Seth Troxler and Richy Ahmed.

Here, with the release available now and ahead of next week’s Amsterdam Dance Event, Boris Werner gives the inside details as only a local could on the 5 places he most enjoy’s in his home city.

1. Volkshotel Rooftop

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Love to chill and hang in the hot tub after a nice session in the basement of the Volkshotel where I have my studio. A nice extra is the amazing view you have from the city, all of a sudden Amsterdam doesn’t feel that small anymore…

2. Brett

A bar/restaurant by day and an awesome little club by night. Known for their late hour parties over the last few years, this is my favorite afterparty hang out. Make sure you pass by one the VBX parties during the ADE week.

3. Cannibale Royale

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For all you meat lovers out there, check out the different establishments of Canibale Royale. My favorite is the one in the Pijp, burgers and steaks are ace… You should also try their pepper tequila, perfect beginning of a sweaty night of clubbing!

4. Killacutz

For some nice 2nd hand records you should visit Killacutz in the Nieuwe Nieuwstraat, over the years they collected a huge collection that varies from oldschool 90’s house to more modern techno and house stuff, highly recommended!!

5. De Vergulde Eenhoorn

Situated in an old farm, De Vergulde Eenhoorn is a lovely place in the east of Amsterdam, where you can forget daily city life instantly and enjoy a nice glass of wine and delicious food in an almost burgundian way. Also a perfect place to hang by the fireplace with some nice company <div class=

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