DJ Nick Bowman is back with three (yes three!) podcasts for your listening pleasure. A little bit deep, a little bit tech, a little bit better than the last (is that possible?).. Flex those muscles and prepare for the beats to move you. Join him on Facebook using the link below!
A double dose of mixes from Hikari No Sato today. Episode Two features some of the best future classics of tech-house and electronica to get you in the mood for the club, whilst Episode Three takes a more minimal approach, to bring you back down at your afterparty. With each spanning over an hour, there's bound to be something for everyone. Check 'em out at the links below, and don't forget to subscribe to get a new Future Technology mix at the end of ever month!
Future Technology kicks off its fourth year of rotation with a killer tech-house mix, featuring tracks by Aki Bergen, Elchinsoul and Hernan Cattaneo & Soundexile, amongst others. Over an hour of mixing, and none of those annoying adverts and chat you get on the radio! Check it out!
The post will be short as we just wanted to make sure that you would receive this message from us. We also want to know one THING!
Welcome to the year of 2011 and hope that all your wishes or the new year come true. Also hope you had a wicked time with your family, friends, partner or whoever you spent the evening and the first days of the year with.
And what we want to know is your favourite track that hit the club scene last year (2010 remixes included). Just make a comment bellow expressing yourself and fell free to include more then one.
If you haven't heard, Afrojack's taking over. Clubs, radio, YouTube - You name it! One of the biggest hits this year, Take Over Control is a must-have release your iPod will be incomplete without. After spending the last few years producing some of the best electro around Nick van de Wall has branched out. His latest effort with fellow Dutch star, Eva Simons (famous for winning reality TV show Popstars) is an absolute stonker. Yeah, stonker. Check it out!
We've been away for a bit too long, haven't we? Here at BoH Towers we've been plotting things. Much is underway. Keep 'em peeled. In the meantime...
Catching up with Future Technology Phase Three in our absence is a bit of a mammoth task, with today marking release of its sixth episode. So we've made it easier for you, and below you'll find links for Episodes II through VI. That's over six hours of quality house and minimal tracks for you to enjoy, so there'll be something for everyone!
Hikari No Sato now has a Paypal for this podcast. If you've enjoyed what you've heard and appreciate the mixes, now's your chance to give back! Follow the link to the playlist, the donate button is located on the right.
Well acclaimed Project Warehouse is back on his feet's for another promising season of banging nights showing, again,why this is a place not to miss. Headlining dj's such David Guetta, Paul van Dyk, Eric Prydz, Ricardo Villalobos, Joris Vorn, Boys Noise, Pete Tong and many others promise to set the place on fire with their massive sets.
It's not only about the dj's but also about the environment. This is a ravers party for sure, so if you are expecting to go there and chill by the bar area and get as many girls/guys numbers as you want just stay at home. BUT, and this is a big but, if you want to enjoy yourself and rave like hell this is place for yaa!
For the full line-up info visit the their facebook profile here.
If you never been there make sure you buy your ticket just to say to your mates "I've been there AHAHA" and laugh on their faces of jealousy. Not that the club is the biggest in this country but surely you know the name and the reputation that they carry.
The music policy in the club is something between house and techno and big names in the industry have played there such Carl Cox, Derrick Carter, Masters At Work and others. Some argue that SANKEYS use to be a place where you would be the most forefront DJ's acting as a benchmark in the house/techno club scene. Are they ready to take that title back?
Starting a new program headlining NYC dj's seems to be the answer from SANKEYS and the first DJ to host a night is no-one else then the owner of the future SANKEYS NYC. Well is name is Anthony but more known as DJ A-LUV. Promising to bring the NYC vibe to Manchester this should be a night not to miss. Also on the night will be Martinez Brothers, who recently played an amazing set at Ministry of Sound (London), Ellese and more.
So make sure you get your tickets in advance for July 31st and be there rocking the dance floor. (If you are in NYC the SANKEYS NYC is a 1100 venue capacity with a 24h license... are you ready for that? if so, the club open is doors in January/February 2011). And now something for you to enjoy :D
I guess no one here know who I'm so a brief introduction. I can say that I'm a music lover but that we all are. So, my passion for music comes in form of fast paced beats and the likes of big producers (Mark Knight, Fedde le Grand, Dirty South and so on) and other not so big, but still good - Barty More yeahh ;) I always have a nostalgic feeling from those house tracks from back in the days and I will post every now and then a banging tune from the 80's and 90's (the best soul foul house era). You can always follow me on twitter/ivancardoso or add me on facebook.com/ivancardoso.
We know that have been a while since the last post. Our front man is dealing with new projects but hes still on board (I'm just helping a bit) and hopefully he will post something for you guys very soon.
Now, let's agree that in the past few years electronic music have evolved and gained more and more fans around the world. To be honest, the kids love the raves, the drugs and the sex (and anything else that their parents wont let them do at the back garden). Ibiza is still hot, but the Greeks are catching up. Miami, LA is a getting hotter and hotter and the UK baby, the country that spread house music trough the old continent, is sill banging. However, the raves that we see nowadays are nothing compared with when people would have to travel along dark roads to find the location of a secret rave (and when u get there you would have 1000+ ravers already ... awesome). Yes, now we have a different party every day of the week in every city of the world and some of them are banging as hell, with endless queues (like EDC in LA last weekend) and other's, ho well, 400 people in a 1500 venue doesn't sound so great, does it?
This makes me think that the concept of going out is changing a bit, in fact, some of my friends are telling me that now they prefer to go to the smaller parties with 100 people and enjoy the pleasures of a full house but with good behavior from fellow ravers (what a pleasure to enjoy the music with someone that you never meet before but that makes you feel like you were friends since childhood). I miss that to be honest. But I also love a packed outside area in a summer time with ravers singing along the tunes that the DJ brings on. (YEAP... I'm packing for SW4 :D )
To be honest that doesn't surprise me too much. We have witnessed a boom in the night club industry with so many clubs being open (and now being closed or sold) that we skipped the most important thing, the MUSIC. With companies so focused on making money we tend to forget the basic steps of a good night. Drinks are overrated, djs are overrated, venues are overrated. I go to a big club and I cant move and when I do so I have someone asking if I have pills LOL. You know what? I'm gonna start to trow my house parties again and you are all invited :)
Now a reflection question. Where would you prefer to go? A club that is always packed and with the best line-up possible or to a small gathering of people (let's say my house lol) where you know that you will fit and still have a good time?
Wow, we really smashed it last month! Over 10,000 downloads and several appearances in the Podomatic 'Movers & Shakers' chart - Nice one people! This month Random Access returns with more of the hottest tunes not to make it to the blog. Enjoy!
As promised last week, Future Technology has evolved! Phase Three of Hikari No Sato's podcast promises the same quality music from all reaches of the house genre, from the tweaking and rumbling of deep and tech-house, through to the feel-good rhythms and upbeat soul of funky house, and all that comes in between! Episode I is a bit of a tech affair, taking notes from Sasha's emFire label, The Timewriter's 'Deep Train' series, and the darker edges of some of Global Underground's releases. This one is a bit of a journey...