HOUSE EVERY WEEKEND
Na mate, all about techno every weekend. Wouldn’t say no on a weekday either. For those searching for artists to save/reap their soul next weekend, look no further…
Stephan BodzinGrand Producer
You can rely on Stephan Bodzin to produce the results. Classically trained musician dropped ‘Singularity’ on Life and Death, also featured on his third album Powers Of Ten, and DJs everywhere just couldn’t get enough.
Go see Stephan reproduce his productions live in San Francisco at Public Works on April 29th.
The least lethal of the lot. KiNK exudes style and grace. KiNK translates his music adventures via drum machines, synthesisers and decks in live shows all year round. Remaking his melodic stand-out track ‘Cloud Generator’ again & again.
Scheduled in KiNK’s packed live show calendar is taking to the slopes at a ski resort in his homeland Bulgaria for Horizon Festival in mid-March.
Their armour shines and they have an inventory of dangerous weaponry and bombtastic tunage. Thanks to the discography they’ve built, their sets this summer were explosive, especially during the ENTER closing party.
Attendees to Awakenings in Manchester on February 6th can witness Mind Against close Room X at Victoria Warehouse.
It’s no secret that Rødhåd won over countless bodies and minds to the moody yet groovy sounds last year. His hypnotic sets are telling of an imminent Dystopian future where the drums are thrashing.
Come February 27th Rødhåd will be bringing his evolving DJ set to London club fabric as they team up with Resident Advisor for the Saturday evening.
Makam tried his hand at UK Funky on ‘What Ya Doin’ in 2013, before some bass house with ‘loleatta’. Then in March ‘A Night at Trouw’ stole every techno heart. The EP and single a tribute to the Amsterdam club which closed down, that he’d resided at.
Makam joins one of the ample number of stages at DGTL Festival in Amsterdam, commencing on March 25th, with himself playing on Sunday.