Archive for September 22nd, 2009


Patrice Baumel & Nuno dos Santos b2b – 360 @ Trouw, Amsterdam ,1-8-2009

Patrice Baumel & Nuno dos Santos b2b – 360 @ Trouw, Amsterdam


Patrice is known for his quality productions, such as his highly successful “Mutant Pop” and “Just Electricity” releases on Trapez records as well as further productions for My Best Friend, Dirt Crew Recordings or Manual Music. His warm, euphoric trademark sound has gained him worldwide recognition. With some major productions on its way, 2008 will be a big year for Patrice.

Together with musical partner Nuno dos Santos, Patrice is resident dj of the highly successful “360” nights at Amsterdam’s premier club “11”. His sound is pushing the boundaries of house and techno, always taking things a step further and higher, never standing still in one genre. His growing reputation has earned him dj sets worldwide, from the infamous Panorama Bar in Berlin to Sao Paulo’s Love club.


Magda, Clovis, Droog, Kenneth J Gibson,Troy Pierce – Culprit Sessions 07 ,6-9-2009


Markus Schulz – Live @ Solo Extended Set From Amnesia Ibiza (7 Hours Set) ,21.9.2009

Markus Schulz – Live @ Solo Extended Set From Amnesia Ibiza


01. ID
02. ID
03. Dakota – Progression
04. ID
05. ID
06. ID
07. ID
08. Niels van Gogh – Pulverturm (M.I.K.E.’s Clubland Remix)
09. ID
10. Ronski Speed – Overfloat
11. Passenger 10 – Mirage (EDX 5un5hine Remix)
12. Dakota – Day Off in Lima
13. Cirez D vs. Pet Shop Boys – Off On The West End Girls (Markus Schulz Mashup)
14. Dakota – Johnny The Fox (Barnes & Heatcliff Remix)
15. Dakota – Chinook
16. Roland Klinkenberg – Monday Groove
17. Blake Jarrell – Boracay
18. Lentos – Forget About Us (Barnes & Heatcliff Remix)
19. Dirty South & Sebastian Ingrosso vs. Julie Thompson – Falling Meich (Markus Schulz Mashup)
20. Skytech – Cardboard Box (Markus Schulz Edit)
21. Jochen Miller – Brace Yourself
22. Robert Burian Featuring Zdenka Predna – You (Club Mix)
23. ID (Track 14 from Global Gathering Kiev Set)
24. Element One – International Language
25. Anton Firtich Featuring Victoria Mazze – Meant To Be Free (Cramp Remix)
26. Timmy & Tommy – Full Tiltin (Joint Operations Centre Remix)
27. Axel Karakasis – Pull The Trigger (Joint Operations Centre Remix)
28. Faithless – Insomnia (Remix)
29. Jester Music Featuring Lavoie – Dressed in White (Markus Schulz Coldharbour Remix)
30. Sander van Doorn – Bastillon
31. Gareth Emery vs. OceanLab – On a Metropolis Day (Myon & Shane 54 Mashup)
32. Andy Moor & Ashley Wallbridge Featuring Meighan Nealon – Faces (Ben Gold Remix / Markus Schulz Big Room Reconstruction)
33. Ummet Ozcan vs. W&W – Synergy (Markus Schulz Big Room Reconstruction)
34. Calvin Harris – I’m Not Alone (Remix)
35. Armin van Buuren Featuring Cathy Burton vs. Cosmic Gate – F.A.V. Rain (Armin van Buuren Mashup)
36. Richard Durand – Into Something (Fall Down Mix)
37. DJ Observer & Daniel Heatcliff Featuring Madeline Rison – Vision (Lentos Dub)
38. Fabio XB & Ronnie Play Featuring Gabriel Cage – Inside of You (Cosmic Gate Remix)
39. Sied van Riel – M.M.E.
40. Rex Mundi vs. Ronski Speed – The Perspective Space (Markus Schulz Mashup)
41. Dr. Willis & Junkyard Dog vs. Dean Newton & Huggy – Here Comes 747 (Markus Schulz Mashup)
42. Purple Haze – Bliksem
43. Rex Mundi Featuring Susana – Nothing at All (Elevation Remix)
44. Markus Schulz Featuring Andy Moor – Daydream (Ronski Speed Remix / Markus Schulz Edit)
45. Markus Schulz – Do You Dream (Uplifting Vocal Mix)
46. Jochen Miller vs. Armin van Buuren – Lost Vocal Connection (Markus Schulz Mashup)
47. Marcel Woods – Advanced
48. Dakota – Sin City (Rex Mundi Remix / Markus Schulz Edit)
49. Virtual Vault – Boundary
50. John O’Callaghan Featuring Sarah Howells – Find Yourself (Cosmic Gate Remix)
51. Beat Service – Insider
52. Club Scene Investigators – Direct Dizko (Sander van Doorn Remix)
53. Markus Schulz – The New World
54. Marco V – Automanual
55. Phynn – Spacewalk
56. Greg Downey – Grudge Match (Jordan Suckley Remix)
57. Markus Schulz – Fly To Colors (Markus Schulz Big Room Remix)
58. Mr. Pit vs. Above & Beyond – Shana Can’t Sleep (Black Army Mashup)
59. Above & Beyond vs. Andy Moor – Air For Life (Markus Schulz Big Room Reconstruction)
60. Cass & Slide – Perception (Remix)
61. Super8 & Tab – Elektra
62. Paul van Dyk – For an Angel 2009
63. Energy 52 – Cafe Del Mar (Original Three N’ One Mix)
64. Rank 1 – Airwave (Remix)
65. Solarstone – Seven Cities (Armin van Buuren Remix)
66. Paul van Dyk vs. Rex Mundi Featuring Susana – For an Angel at All (Markus Schulz Mashup)


Timo Maas Live @ Dissonanze 2009

Timo Maas Live @ Dissonanze 2009

Self-styled purveyor of ‘percussive wet funk’. Producer and remixer of more than 85 productions in three years, including classics like Orinoko’s ‘Mama Konda’ (Top 20 UK & US club charts). DJ’d everywhere from Germany’s ‘Love Parade’ to London’s ‘Turnmills’ and Chicago’s ‘Karma’. Not to mention a slew of forthcoming releases in Y2K, kick-started by the wickedly minimal ‘Der Schieber’, out March 27th on Perfecto Imprint 48K. Timo Maas is a man with a mission, a man sick of the “cheesy shit” that clogs up the clubs and the charts, stifling creativity: “I like the idea of building up a unique sound, of working with different sounds to create something new and fresh. I suppose I may always be the underdog but at least I won’t have sold out like some other German acts.

” Re-rewind to the early eighties: Timo, born and brought up in Hanover, Germany, is just thirteen – but already storming the decks: “I used to play at my friends’ house parties, whilst they were all too busy snogging each other.” And as both Timo and the crowds steadily grew over the next few years, he soon found himself playing the biggest commercial clubs in his hometown – yet still managed to drop the odd credible track into the mix…

It was Timo’s residency at The Tunnel in Hamburg, at the time one of the biggest clubs in Germany, that marked his breakthrough. Teaming up with resident Gary D, the duo produced an “aggressive trance” record that would prove a landmark in his career. ‘Die Herdplatte’ instantly won him acclaim overseas and led to his current involvement with hope recordings. Soon he was booked everywhere from ‘Lakota’ in Bristol to ‘Energy Parade’ in Switzerland, Austria, and of course his native Germany.

Lucky he’d quit his 9 year long job selling mobile phones for German Telecom by then… After the success of ‘Die Herdplatte’ Timo spent his apprenticeship at the renowned Peppermint Jam studios, learning “everything from recording to distribution”, and hooked up with resident producers Andy and Martin to record under the moniker Kinetic A.T.O.M. The track was the irresistibly funky ‘Borg Destroyer’, which sold an amazing 8000 copies – unaided by any marketing, press, or TV campaigns.

Yet it was the genre-defining ‘Mama Konda’, recorded in 1997 under the incarnation ‘Orinoko,’ that caused the biggest stir in the dance fraternity. A standard in the boxes of every DJ from Morales to Sasha, ‘Mama Konda’ was a Timo Maas Biog/ Page 2 percussive floorslayer that cemented Timo’s reputation as the hottest kid on the block, reaching the Top 20 in both UK and US club charts. Every record since the mighty ‘Mama Konda’ has sold around 10,000 copies, from its sequel ‘Vila Nova’ to Bush releases like ‘Eclipse’ and ‘Riding On A Storm.’

Meanwhile Timo’s remixes have been garnering acclaim from all quarters, from his mixes of Lustral’s ‘Everytime’ (Hooj) BT’s “Never Gonna Come Back Down” (Nettwerk) to ‘Dooms Night’ by Azzido Da Bass – “the mix that pulls together all the different pigeonholes in the UK scene right now,” according to one leading dance magazine. And so if you’ve set foot inside a niterie recently, the chances are you’ll have boogied to one of this man’s productions – as well as Hope Recordings and current label Perfecto, he has also recorded for Hooj Choons, FFRR and Bush.


Anthony Pappa @ EXIT, Lithuania ,5.9.2009





Hailing from Melbourne Australia, 26 year old Anthony Pappa is leading the pack of new young DJ’s while taking over the world with his hard progressive sound.

Pappa cut his DJing teeth in Melbourne at the tender age of 13 at a friends birthday party then went on to win a DMC mixing competition at 15 which gave him the opportunity to play in clubs all over Australia. After meeting Sasha, John Digweed and Dave Seaman whilst playing on the same bills in Australia, Anthony came to the realisation that the only way to further his career was to move half way around the world to Britain, a big step at only 21, but the gamble has paid off. Anthony had to accept the fact that after playing to crowds of over 8000 people in Australia, when he arrived in Britain he would have to wait and work his way up the ladder and this he has done.

Pappa established himself over here playing wide ranging sets of funky tech- house and non commercial trance which earned him the honour of mixing Renaissance Volume Two and the Best of Platipus albums in 1999. Alongside his DJing, Anthony has been producing in the studio under various guises, scoring a top twenty hit by layering the vocal from Power Circles, A Little Love A Little Life, over his remix of Offshore by Chicane and seeing chart action once again as one half of Freefall (with Alan Bremner of Brothers In Rhythm) with the track Skydive on Stress records, more recently picked up by Renaissance for a re-release.

Recently Anthony has been working with Barry Gilbey of Sheffield based Choo Choo Records after a chance meeting when Anthony’s usual studio partner was unavailable to finish a remix of “I Trance You” by Gypsy. Anthony’s relationship with Choo Choo has gone from strength to strength and he has mixed their first compilation album, Choo Choo Volume One, which is due for release in September 2000.

A firm believer in letting his music and mixing speak for itself, Anthony during a recent DJ magazine interview commented “When the needle drops the bullshit stops. That’s it, end of story, period” and it is a banner that Anthony will continue to carry forward and believe in during his now inevitable rise to the very top.

Anthony’s talent and potential are now well bounded exponents on the dance music scene, so much so that Andy Horsfield and James Todd from Boxed/Global Underground recognised his unique talent and kicked off their brand new “Nu – Breed” series by asking Anthony to mix the flagship release in the series.

Taking full advantage of the summer season, Anthony has recently travelled to Israel, the USA, Ibiza, Hungary and Scandinavia receiving rapturous responses and ovations wherever he travels, next stop Mars. But has being based in Britain changed Anthony? Well he’s discovered his long lost five-a-side skills, still hates the warm beer, can’t stand the motorways but loves the clubs and after all that’s what is important, but lets not talk about the weather.


Silicon Soul Live on Brown Alley’s KissFM Show 1, 17.9.2009

Silicon Soul Live on Brown Alley’s KissFM Show 1



Moguai – Live at 1Live Rocker und Freunde ,Konigsburg Krefeld , 20-9-2009

Moguai – Live at Koenigsburg Krefeld