“We are back again for another installment of electronic dancefloor weaponry from RW HQ! Always searching for freshness we have a combination of 2 artists to (excuse the promo cliche!) seriously watch out for… We are excited to have on board … Continue reading →
“Desaturating classic West Coast hip-hop tropes and chemically altering them for UV and laser lit club play, Sishi Rosch’s ‘Killa Booty EP’ is straight (house) gangster”. – Joe Roberts (DJ Mag) Get ready for another aural onslaught from the infallible … Continue reading →
James Zabiela’s debut release on his long-awaited label is announced. ‘The Healing’ is released on December 10th with the strongest of remix packages. The legendary and much loved Hot Chip lead the way with Midland, Gang Colours and Club Root … Continue reading →
“Despite the shiny new imprint, Easier to Hide just seems like four more Maya jams at first glance: sexy and practically bursting with sly melody. The sound palette is certainly familiar. But more than anything, I Am Me’s maiden voyage … Continue reading →
Matt Tolfrey is a fixture of modern house music that can feel a definite sense of pride over his achievements. Once a young upstart who was championed by DJs as diverse as Craig Richards and Pete Tong, he’s now a … Continue reading →
Boston beat boi Tanner Ross is finally back, with another embodiment of his signature take on future EFUNK. Ranging from creamy nostalgic R&B featuring PillowTalk, Slow Hands and Jesse Rennix to tripped out weirdness in collaboration with Lonely C and … Continue reading →
Paul Mad – the young talent from Hungary – comes back with three quality tracks for Sintope.Chance – it’s a great fall track, high quality crafted – great vocals that melts perfectly with the other elements and a lot of … Continue reading →
01 Matt Star – Grok
03 Aeon, Fedele – For Real (Jay Tripwire Revenge Of The 303 Remix)
04 Locussolus – Berghain (Darkroom Mix)
05 Trus’me – Good God (Norman Nodge Dub)
06 Dexter Ford – Our Sun
07 Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts – Sous L’Arbre
09 Kenny Larkin – Glob (Ben Klock Remix 1)
10 Benjamin Damage, Doc Daneeka – Creeper (Album Edit)
12 Alan Fitzpatrick – Prometheus
14 Theo Parrish – Falling Up (Carl Craig Remix)
15 Chicken Lips – He Not In
16 Jurgen Paape – Nord
18 Guy J – Fixation
Here’s more from Brunei’s favourite techno junkie. The Hoffman’s sets are dark and dangerous. Both sets are a tribute to the father of LSD just so you would an idea the atmosphere the set is going to have. Cage Village is another dark and menacing trip with Plastika at the wheel.
NuPhoria is proud to present various DJs from Brunei Darussalam showcasing their talents on deck. Being a country that is known more for it’s wealth and greenery rather than it’s musical affluence especially in the electronic music scene, it has sprouted quite a number of notable and talented DJs (and producers) that are set on defining and refining the scene. It is not that there has never been a “scene” (you would be very surprised of what DJs in Brunei have accomplished over the past 2 decades even with the various restrictions and regulations that govern our beautiful country) but with the explosion of the electronic music revolution worldwide, this country has seen quick emergence of new blood as well as old gurus strapping up their saddle and getting back on the bandwagon to promote and keep the scene alive with gusto. Every now and then, we will be promoting their sets and with the help of your support and feedback, we can give them the exposure that they need & deserve. Not only will Brunei be the only country we will be promoting but we have others on the line-up as well. Please feel free to send us your link to your sets if you also wish to be featured on our blog. We are always more than happy to assist in expanding and exposing different talents and musicians for the better of the electronic community. Enjoy!
An Adam Beyer release on Truesoul is always a bit special. The sister label of Drumcode is known for its melodic and more laid back approach to techno, but even by the label’s groovy standards, Beyer’s latest single ‘No Rain’ is unusually emotional.
Built around a soulful male (or is that female?) vocal, the track could almost be classic New York house if it wasn’t for the deep synthesizer bleeps and nominal techno rhythms that prod the track along cautiously. The cut is probably Beyer’s most spiritual record since 2009′s Joel Mull collaboration ‘Forming Dies’. It is also his slowest offering in quite a while, clocking in at a housey 125 BPM.
The Hamburg based beatmaker has released his fourth album, Paranoia, on his ‘Ideal Audio’ imprint, and it is set to reaffirm his status as a true techno stalwart. A vanguard of electronic music, Huntemann’s truly universal appeal lies in his ability to consistently produce some devastatingly brilliant electronica, illustrated by the fact that he has remixed the likes of Underworld, the Chemical Brothers and Depeche Mode.
The longevity of Huntemann’s distinguished career rests upon his ability to consistently progress and develop his sound. Despite this constant evolution, few would argue that Huntemann is synonymous with an honest brand of deep and intricate electronica which is evident on this exciting new release. The precision and skill with which Oliver Huntemann expertly engineers his songs together with his studio wizard and co-producer André Winter is once again apparent on Paranoia, which maintains the lofty standards already set by previous albums and his musical output. Continue reading →