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Music, Records, Review

Rude 66 – From Reason To Ritual

Ruud Lekx has been somewhat of a cult figure for quite some time now. For those deeply invested in what has come out of Holland in the last 20+ years, Rude 66 is a recognisable and notable name, but compared with your Legowelts and I-fs he still remains a bit of a fringe character. But then…

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Gigs, Music

US West Coast House Biz

A long time friend of mine, brother in music, and former Pittsburgher Vincent Intrieri has been busy over the last year. After living in Hawaii for a while, he relocated to San Diego and is now setting up shop in southern California to bring some of that Midwest style of dance music to the area….

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Music, Records, Review

C Powers – Fitness Check

The man who goes by C Powers first came to my attention a few years back thanks to a nice grip of records I received from CGI Records’ owner Matt Weiner. Of the many highlights of the CGI catalog, one that stood out immediately was the C Powers EP entitled Up Neck, especially the track…

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Music

Detroit Music 98-04

2016 has been a really strange year. Having taken some time off of social media and away from going out as well as DJing, it has given me a bit of a different perspective on things. Watching the hype machine push all these different subsubgenres that don’t mean shit made by people who have no…

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General, Mixes, Music, Records

Mix: Tw!tch Podcast

Tw!tch is a party in Belfast that is just about to hit its tenth anniversary over the next couple of months with 2 parties taking place over September and October. The latter is a monster bash featuring 10 internationals such as Antal, Joy O, Kowton and Soundstream whilst the former sees the guys throwing an Irish-only…

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Mixes, Music

Guest Mix: Dan Orchard (Delete)

Our latest guest mix comes from Bournemouth, England via Moscow, Russia – which reads better than “Berlin based” any day of the week. Dan Orchard, resident at Bournemouth’s Delete party is a name possibly many aren’t familiar with – though he has popped up at festivals such as Free Rotation –  but that should most…

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