Full Premiere: Life On Planets – Fork In The Path (David Marston & Dan Izco Remix)


This week’s full premiere comes from the other side of the Atlantic, as we reveal the David Marston Dan Izco remix of a Life On Planets original: Fork In The Path. Part of the remix bundle of Life On Planets debut single A Public Affair, this emotionally appealing mixture of pianos, vocals, drums and a lonely trumpet is sure to give you shivers down your spine. 

Catalog number DS17 from Double Standard Records, is a set of remixes of Life On Planets’ debut single. Featuring both Soul Clap and Luke Solomon remixes of Fork In The Path, as well as our full premiere track, the release is also equipped with very special takes on Love So Fleeting by Nick Monaco and by Night Plane. Featuring very different types of tracks to fit everything from the late-night chill at home to thumping dancefloors, the working of Life On Planets have gotten a class A treatment on this release.

With such great names – well-established and newcomers alike – on the release, we’re very much looking forward to this, and the future works of Life On Planets. And of course of David Marston & Dan Izco.

Life On Planets – A Public Affair (Remixes) will be out on the 25th of January 2015 through Double Standard Records.

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DHA & Rollingtuff presents BPM Festival Podcast #001 by Climbers


With BPM festival well underway, it’s time to hit you with a suitable playlist. Together with our friends ROLLINGTUFF, who are based in LA, we bring you this action packed hour of music by Mexico locals, Climbers. Press play and make yourself ready for the Playa sound.

Since emerging into the scene in 2011, Climbers have been turning heads both with their dj-sets as well as with their productions. Formed by Kiko Deal and Jay Blakk, prductions by Climbers have received support from such acts as Art Department, Miguel Campbell and Catz ‘n’ Dogz. Their productions feature classic house touches, with airy vocals and heavy hitting basslines, as well s very atmospheric pads. And those are things that we really like. We were more than happy to be able to feature Climbers as our opening mix for BPM festival. After all, hailing from Mexico they can be seen as having a nice home field advantage. In collaboration with Rollingtuff, the online magazine focusing on electronic music, we’re proud to give you the first soundtrack of BPM.

Climbers will be playing at the Smoke N’ Mirrors party which was also featured in our picks for BPM festival. Taking place on the 12th of January at La Santanera, the line up consists of Justin Martin, Thugfucker, Maxxi Soundsystem, Job Jobse, our very own Kimou and others. Check the full line up and info at the bottom of the post.


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Justin Martin | Thugfucker | Marcus Worgull | Maxxi Soundsystem | Job Jobse | Climbers | Shiny Objects | Dj M3 | Wildkats | Click|Click | Lisbona |  Davi A | KIMOU

January 12 | BPM Festival: Smoke N’ Mirrors | Tickets | La Santanera |


1. David Jach – Attention (Original Mix)
2. Daniel Trim – H.O.U.S.E. (Original Mix)
3. Dema – Mucho Gusto (Metodi Hristov Remix)
4. Detlef – Rolling Stoned (Original Mix)
5. Metodi Hristov – Misted (Original Mix)
6. Mihalis Safras – Stranger (Wehbba Remix)
7. Climbers feat. Clarian North – Tomorrow Never Comes (Original Mix)
8.  Sonic Future – Regrets (Original Mix)
9. Climbers – Big City Lights (Original Mix)
10. Super-Flu feat. Dortmunder Philharmoniker & Philipp Armbruster – Volkwein (Original Mix)
11. Climbers – Down Under (Original Mix)
12.  Shall Ocin – Orbis (Original Mix)

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BH Mallorca set to become the only open air festival venue of the island

BH Mallorca

Exciting news are dripping in as the summer gets closer day by day. One thing that caught our eye is the new BH Mallorca, which is set to open its doors later this year. Standing where Mallorca Rocks was, the venue will go through a 10+ million euro refit, to boast a live venue, pool party area and a 18+ waterpark. With a great promotion crew behind, this venue will be attracting people who seek for the Mediterranean sun but are looking for something else than Ibiza.

Year by year, Mallorca, the biggest one of the balearic isles is going through interesting changes. One such is undertaken by BH Mallorca, as they are set to totally refit the old Mallorca Rocks into a new venue. The space is being turned into a party mecca for summer 2015, and based on what we’ve heard it sounds like no expenses have been spared and only the best will do. And we’re not only talking about nice pools and the crazy waterslides (yeah, we like going down those things). BH Mallorca will also have a very well respected team of people building the summer line up for 2015, with ex-Pacha Ibiza pro’s Danny Whittle & Mark Netto alongside Gordon Phillips of BCM fame handling the booking of the venue. The line up will be revealed in more detail soon, but the storm warning has been cast to fans of house, techno, urban, bass and hip hop. Aiming to challenge the likes of Ushuaia, the BH Mallorca seems to be taking Mallorca to the next level.

Check out the images below to get an idea of what the place will look like.

BH Mallorca will feature big name DJ’s twice a week and pool parties during daytime hours. We are looking forward to hearing more information on the line up for the coming summer!

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