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    Marcelus introduced himself to the foray of like-minded, international platter-spinners back in 2010. With his mind very much focussed on dark dancefloors and thumping speakers Bros has seen his heady mix of house and techno released across the likes of Deeply Rooted House, Tresor and his own imprint, Singular.

    With some key European dates to look forward to, DJ Broadcast invited him to contribute to their regular podcast series.

    Check it out here


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    French Fries recently compiled the latest “Music to….” series podcast.

    To celebrate the release, Fries and Bambounou have curated a special mix for i-D that consists of calibrating of oscilloscopes, and other such wonders. Press play on this mysterious soundtrack where a wealth of new music is awaiting to be discovered.

    Check out the mix here

  3. Kate Simko: i-D Podcast

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    Kate Simko recently compiled the latest “Music to….” series podcast.

    Heres what she had to say about the mix:

    “This mix is inspired by some favourite house tracks, mainly influenced by the Chicago and Detroit sound. I started selecting tracks for the mix on a flight from London to my hometown Chicago, and there’s an influence from both cities in the track list. I think one of the most powerful things about music is that it’s open to everyone’s interpretation. The same track takes people on a completely different journey and means something unique. A great song has the power to stop time, or take you back to relive a memory, instantly. Hope you enjoy the mix!”

    Check out the mix here


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    TSA’s Nicuri took over the controls of the Beats In Space studio for an hour and a half of cosmic jams

    He is the latest talent to emerge from the New York and New Jersey-based scene that includes DJ Qu, Joey Anderson and Fred P.

    Check out the mix here

  5. Jay Shepheard returns with new LP

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    Jay Shepeard‘s second album, Seeing Sound, will come out in late October.

    The album marks the 20th release on Shepheard’s label, Retrofit, and arrives 18 months on from his debut LP, Home & Garden. While that album catered to home listeners, this time he’s focusing purely on the club.

    Shepheard says: “I wanted to take the extended creative process that an album offers and apply it to a two part vinyl club release—the aim; a collection of ‘go to’ club tracks to be released in one hit, simultaneously working together as a whole and functioning as stand out club tools in their own right.”

    The producer has been tweaking the material for more than a year, testing the tunes out during an extended tour in 2013 and 2014. Seeing Sound will see release digitally and as two separate vinyl 12-inches—Part 1 and 2. A launch party will take place in Berlin, though full details are yet to be announced.

    You can listen to album track “Dance Language” here


    A1 Spring Up
    A2 Ohm I
    B1 Mover Friendly
    B2 Beam Splitter
    C1 One Day City
    C2 Dance Language
    D1 Sweep D’Amore
    D2 Night Bells

    Retrofit will release Seeing Sound in late October 2014.

    Original Source: Resident Advisor


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    With a steady stream of house, disco and techno releases starting back in 2007 Jay Shepheard is now established as a well recognised staple of the genres.

    As well as his studio work Jay is well known for his talent both behind the decks and as a live artist performing through Ableton, touring consistently these past 6 years throughout Europe, Australia, US and Asia and playing at many of the worlds most respected venues including Fabric London, Panorama Bar Berlin and secretsundaze @ Sonar, Barcelona to mention a few.

    He has mixed the 57th podcast for Future disco Radio which represents this talent

    Check out the hour long mix here


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    A Chicago native with already a decade of DJ/producer experience behind her, Kate Simko‘s move to London represented the opportunity to develop the other side of her musical identity. While she’s versed in the rich heritage of her home city’s underground sounds, she also has a background in classical piano and jazz; inseparable from her work as an electronic producer.

    Her main creative project for exploring this is the London Electronic Orchestra. Formed from the resources she’s been able to draw on at the Royal College of Music, as well as a cast of live players, they’ve already performed their first show at London’s National Gallery.

    Data Transmission caught her on the phone before the show, to find out more about what she’s got planned.

    Check out the interview here