When i was around 6 my favorite show in Germany was Sesamstrasse. It was a German adaptation of the American Sesame Street. I was really crazy about the show, and I used to always watch it at my Grandparents in Germany.
The intro song was very dear to me. The lyrics went Der Die Das, Wie Weshalb Warum. Which ruffly translates to He She It, How, For what reason, Why.
The intro song spawned this Childish Curiosity in me. I had to explore everything around me. I would bang on lids in the kitchen to hear what they sounded like.
It was this song that made we want to make sounds with different objects, and experiment with early rythms. From this moment on i was engulfed in anything that made a sound.
Another exclusive courtesy of mixmag.net
For his next EP, Kolsch will release via Kompakt's dance-focused series Speicher and the record once again showcases the unique and impressive sound that the producer is pushing.
From the two-tracker we have the premiere of second cut 'Cassiopeia' and the piano-laden banger is reminiscent of 'Der Alte' and will be the perfect fit for any end of set euphoria. Check it.
Buy here: http://www.beatport.com/release/speicher-79/1318746
1. Joris Voorn – The Monk
2. Mathew Jonson – Sahara
3. Lulu Rouge – Sign Me Out (Hankat Remix)
4. Nina Kraviz – Sheer
5. Coma – My Orbit
6. Mathew Jonson – Level 7 (Dixon Remix)
7. Kölsch – Goldfisch
8. Tripmastaz – Revolver Beats
9. Nikola Gala – Fluxx
10. Photek – Mine To Give
11. Âme – Den Ratta
12. Taras Van Se Horde – Chasing Winters
13. Kölsch – Work In Progress #1
14. DJ Pierre – Come Together (Supernova Remix Instrumental)
15. Phuture Scope – What Iz Houzemusik
16. Cajmere – Co2 (Noir Remix)
17. Kölsch – Oma
18. Apparat – Song Of Los (Michael Mayer Remix)
19. Omar S – Triangulum Astrale
20. Gregor Schwellenbach – Oxias Domino
21. Technasia – I Am Somebody
22. Moderat – Bad Kingdom (Marcel Dettmann Remix)
23. Kölsch & Troels Abrahamsen – All That Matters (andhim Remix)
24. The Reaver – Mmmm
25. Kölsch – Work In Progress #2
26. Deetron & Ripperton – Thinking
27. Shinedoe – Pure Groove
28. Zoo Brazil – Monde
29. Loose Joints – Love Dancing
30. Robert Hood – Never Grow Old
31. Slove – Flash (Pachanga Boys Remix)
33. Basti Grub – Rubber Mallet
34. Tapiola Sinfoienetta – Fratres For Strings And Precussion
35. Shinedoe – Dilemma (Kölsch Re-Edit)
36. Good Guy Mikesh – Place Of Love (MP Edit)
37. andhim – Hausch (Kölsch Remix)
38. Kölsch – Der Alte
39. Deepside – French
40. David Bowie – Subterraneans
Over year since founding their label Hommage, and issuing its first release, 'Home', Monkey Safari are back with a brand new release.
The German brothers are purveyors of delightful, sun-kissed house, guaranteeing succulent and smooth jams each and every time. So if you're ever feeling in need of brightening up, just give 'Home' and 'Watching The Stars' a listen.
Axtone Records end 2014 on a high note, bringing together some of the label’s favourite artists with Kölsch feat. Troels Abrahamsen ‘All That Matters’ Kryder remix.
Denmark’s Kölsch is a new name to the label but under his various guises has sold millions of records worldwide.
Originally released on Germany’s cutting edge Kompakt Records and featured on Kölsch’s critically acclaimed debut album 1977, Kryder’s sympathetic approach to the rework brings ‘All That Matters’ to a new audience whilst retaining all the elements that made the original so exceptional.
UK artist, Kryder is a name well known to the Axtone community and having had a stellar 2014 pushing his groove based sound, ‘All That Matters’ marks his second appearance on the label following his 2013 single, ‘Aphrodite’.
Keen followers of Axtone will note this release is AXT050. Whilst not actually the 50th release on the label, ‘All That Matters’ epitomises everything Axtone has come to stand for: melodic house music for the clubs, festivals and airwaves.
German mainstay Kölsch has had a thunderous few years , fully establishing himself as a worldwide force to be reckoned with. His piano-drenched techno has been slaying sound-systems the world over and even after two incredible albums via Kompakt, we reckon the best is still yet to come.
His remix of 'Trouble At The Séance' is deep, dark and full of lazer-beam synths that zip in-and-out of focus. Not much can be said about this one other than it's an absolute stormer and it's going to do some serious damage this summer.