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For electronic music enthusiasts, especially the techno-inclined, R&S Records is one of those “it” labels. Founded in Ghent, Belgium in 1984 by couple Renaat Vandepapeliere and Sabine Maes, R&S boasts releases from titans in the scene such as Aphex Twin, Derrick May, Joey Beltram, James Blake, and many more. Vandepapeliere shut the label shut down in 2000, but it re-launched 2008. Earlier this year, I noticed that a lot of

The hotness from overseas just keeps on flowing. Up next on the repeat platter is a delicious offering of the song “Order To The Senses” by a Berlin duo known as Snacks, remixed by a Stockholm producer and DJ named Kornél Kovács who features the tune as a B-side track on his debut EP/10″, Szamár. In its original state, “Order To The Senses” gives off soft and translucent house vibes with airy vocals

This Thursday, October 5th, your favorite neighborhood bar is hosting your favorite DJ’s favorite DJ. That’s right, Ben UFO, one of the founders of the renowned Hessle Audio record label, is stopping in Washington, DC again for an intimate night at Ten Tigers Parlour. The show is presented by our good friends at U Street Music Hall, which will be the first time the club is presenting an artist at

DJ Pierre
At a minute and 24 seconds into “Teachers”, Daft Punk namecheck DJ Pierre (the pronunciation of Pierre sounding overtly French) among a list of their influences. Few artists can claim that they invented an entire genre, but DJ Pierre is an exception to the rule. In 1987, alongside music partner Earl Smith Jr. (aka Spank Spank), Pierre tweaked the pots on a TB-303 bass synthesizer creating a high pitched metallic

Austrian disco DJ, Demuja, is preparing to drop his much anticipated 2nd vinyl release on September 28th. The six-track EP aptly entitled Demuja’s Disco Cuts, will be released via his expanding label, MUJA, and features the daytime disco heater, “Hot For Love.” Carefully crafted by Demuja himself using 70s and 80s disco samples, the tune is an upbeat feel-good track with just the right amount of vocals sprinkled here and there —