Leipzig based O*RS is fancier – that is the word label bosses Filburt and Florian Seidel chose to describe their record label. What Filburt and Seidel mean when they say their label is “fancier” is open to interpretation. Are O*RS releases shinier and more stylish than average? Does every O*RS
Meet GH, the most talented artist you don’t know about yet. GH (a.k.a. Geoffrey Huber) is a DJ/producer involved with Pittsburgh’s thriving scene and he has produced electronic music for over a decade. Huber helped put Pittsburgh on the map in the dance music community when he co-founded Stem &
MTA (More Than A Lot) Records, founded by Chase & Status, is often known for putting out choice cuts from every genre and sub-genre of dance music. The choice cut in question here is from the UK’s Braxton. Appropriately, it is a bit of a genre bender as I’m not sure
Swedish producer Dorisburg just did a remix that was released via Pets Recordings last weekend and it’s a doozie. Dalfie‘s “Marching Powder” got stripped down to a minimal techno/house/breaks track that’s simple and complex in all the right places. It will definitely fit right in on the label headed up by Polish duo Catz ‘n Dogz.
There comes a time when a musician flexes in a way which spins them into a soundtrack for the beautiful or haunting periods we have in our lives. Last year, we saw it on records like Kölsch’s remix of “Cranes” or Lane 8’s take on Odesza’s “Bloom”: these became the