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NEW MUSIC – AARON SOUL – HAIRDOWN Prod by THE VOICE


The YDS camp seem to just be delivering music from all avenues and just released Aaron Souls new ‘Hairdown’ track produced by The Voice. This is a House track full of good vibes and energy for your nights out.

All streaming links below.

#Spotify https://open.spotify.com/track/1gYV7QTgbY1c5tU7NuMioR
#Deezer https://www.deezer.com/en/album/96450782

Aaron Soul – Hairdown – Produced by The Voice
mixed and mastered by DJ SIN and the Voice at New Balance Studios, London, UK

© 2019 YourDamSelf Worldwide
℗ 2019 YourDamSelf Worldwide

Promised land Easter bank holiday special at Egg London

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Promised Land
Easter Sunday Bank Holiday

Sunday 27th March 2016
Egg club 200 York Way Kings Cross London N7

Brothers & Sisters we are back with a super exciting easter Bank Holiday Sunday weekend event that is set to be absaloutly amazing..We have put together a great line up & live PA showcase thats set to bring the vibe !!!

We start the night off and take you back to the summer of love with a journey through the years of 1987 to 1992 House music, In the apothecary we play classic Hardcore, Jungle & Drum & Bass from 1992-1996.In the basement, we play classic funky & soulful house music from 1996-2010.On the terrace we play strictly up front House and in the loft we take you back to the very early 80s & 90s Disco Funk & soul.

New Room:1987-1993 Acid & House
Robert Owens Dj Set & Live PA “Tears” & “ I’ll be your Friend ”
Rozalla Live PA – “Everybody Free”
Keith Thompson PA – “Break 4 Love”
Shades Of Rhythm – Live PA & Dj Set
E-Raze (Break4Love)
Philgood & Ram
Huck Finn
Tony Castle
Mark Ruston

Terrace: Upfront House
Kaiserdisco
Made By Pete
Unorthodox
Arkoss
Dj Mets
Techno Notice
Ross Mc Cormack
Summerdaze

Basement: Classic Funky & Soulful House Funkinyou (KoKo Reunion)
Jamie Lewis (Purple Music)
Micheal Watford (Live PA)
Lady Duracell
Arkoss
Mario Cee
Jon Russell
Gary Oc

Loft: 80s/ 90s Disco / Funk / Soul
Huck Finn (Passion Gold)
Tony Castle
Mr Eano
Andy Funkfusion
Kenny Redz

Apothecary: Classic Jungle / D&B / Hardcore
Doc Scott
Squirrel
EZM
Rory D
Kay B

Over 18s
Dress code:
No tracksuits / No hoods / No sport tops / Smart trainers ok / Please make an effort

1st Release £10 SOLD OUT
2nd Release £15 SOLD OUT
3rd Release £20 SOLD OUT
4th Release £25
More on the door

Students £10 B4 11pm on the door

TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM:
TICKET ARENA:http://bit.ly/PL27_TA
RESIDENT ADVISER:http://bit.ly/PL27_RA
THE TICKET SELLERS:http://bit.ly/27TSpl

DJ Robbie Pope playing at The DL in New York this NYE

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DJ Robbie Pope who is buzzing up the circuit recently with Radio shows , playing in Brooklyn and releasing his new Remix of “Mumbo Jumbo,” he will be ending the year by playing a set at the DL in New York. With DJ’s like CarlBeats, JD Powell, Eric Louis, Mark Pompeo and Young Bad Twinz, This event is gonna be one to check out if you in New York over the New Year.

2-8 am

The DL, 95 Delancey St, New York City.

$30 in Advance.

NME Sums Up Decades Worth of House Music In Three Tracks, Chicago Nowhere to Be Found

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Millions of people across the nation this morning rushed out of the house early to pick up the second free issue of the NME, enticed by Robert Pattinson (“the ex-vampire”) on the cover and fantastic, not to mention incredibly topical, 20 Things You Should Know About Jeremy Corbyn listicle. Alongside the top, top, top tier content on offer — which includes a Ghostbusters preview, some Topman adverts, and a glowing review of a new episode of the Simpsons — was this stunning history lesson.

That’s it, that’s the entire history of house right there. Thank you, NME, for teaching us that house music, a genre owing it’s birth to among others—a legendary black man by the name of Frankie Knuckles, in Chicago, was actuallyinvented in 1989 by two white men from England, then hit the big time in 2001 courtesy of a pair of white men from France, and then finally became cool in 2013 thanks to well, another white man from England.

With our brains nearing capacity with this newfound knowledge on how perhaps of the greatest music on earth truly came to be, we figured it best to just go ahead and finish up NME’s history project by penning up the following genre histories they’re planning to run over the next few weeks.

A Brief History of Techno via Three Classic Records

The Jokes One

Zig & Zag – “Them Girls (12″ Zog Club Mix)”

Techno was serious music for serious people and that was seriously boring. Two bloody hilarious puppets changed all that. Techno was about making us smile thanks to the legendary Zig and Zag!

The Tearjerker

Ian Van Dahl – “Castles in the Sky”

Techno was funny music for funny people and that was seriously boring. One Dutch legend changed all that. Techno was about making us cry thanks to the weepy maestro himself Mr Ian Van Dahl!

The Ass Shaker

Moby – “Why Does my Heart Feel So Bad”

Techno was about making us cry and that was seriously boring. One little lady changed all that! Techno was now all about making us bust a groove in the night club thanks to notable white male Moby!

A Brief History of Garage via Three Classic Records

The Mental One

3 of a Kind – “Babycakes”

The thing about UK garage was that it was the sound of the streets. This tune used to get the re-rewind treatment all the time on the streets, which was helpful because UK garage was the sound of the streets.

The Sexy One

True Steppers and Dane Bowers ft. Victoria Beckham – “Out of Your Mind”

The thing about UK garage was that it was the sound of sexiness. The tune used to get the re-rewind treatment all the time in the sheets, which was helpful because UK garage was the sound of sexiness.

The Skater’s Choice

MJ Cole – “Sincere”

The thing about UK garage was that it was the sound of ice skating competitions all around the country. This tune used to get the re-rewind treatment all the time in heats, which was helpful because UK garage was the sound of ice skating competitions.

 

A Brief History of D&B via Three Classic Records

The Massive One

DJ Fresh ft. Rita Ora – “Hot Right Now”

One of the first D&B classics, this classic still sounds as classic now as it did when it was first released as a classic.

The Naughty but Nice One

Simply Red – “So Jungiful”

Red haired shagger extraordinaire Mick Hucknall was pivotal to the D&B scene supporting many key release that he managed to listen to inbetween shagging soap actresses. Mick Hucknall has had sex with a lot of people even though he is ginger.

The Classic Beyond Compare

Rudimental ft John Newman – “Feel the Love”

A true classic from D&B pioneers Rudimental. Legendary. Simply legendary.

Ibiza 2013: The winners and losers

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With the Ibiza 2013 summer dance season now over, it’s time to reflect on what soared and what sucked on the world’s craziest party isle.

Winners

Ibiza Underground Hero 2013: Marco Carola

Solomun, Richie Hawtin, and Sven Vath had successful Balearic summers, but 2013 will be remembered as the year that Italian techno pioneer Marco Carola ruled the underground.

From July until late September, Carola’s Music-On events at Amnesia were rammed with international techno connoisseurs, with Carl Cox making a one-off appearance in late August.

But what was Carola’s secret? Well, he spent the summer dropping throbbing techno grooves rather than obsolete, industrial cuts.

If you want to catch Carola performing this winter, head to Marquee in New York, or head back to Ibiza in late December for a special Music-On New Years Eve party at Amnesia.

Ibiza EDM Hero 2013: Avicii

Some of the biggest crowds of the 2013 Ibiza season were found at Ushuaïa, with EDM pinup-boy Avicii wielding a USB-stick full of epic electro-styled tunes every Sunday afternoon.

While the young Swede’s mainstream, Americanised sound may not interest too many dance music purists, Avicii’s colossal production set-ups certainly caught the attention of a zillion first time ravers who have now been persuaded to take-up clubbing as a full-time hobby.

If you like your dance music infused with sunshine and costumed in designer beach wear, check-out Avicii’s theatrical EDM showpiece event next summer.

Reassuringly Retro: Pikes Hotel

A guesthouse to Freddie Mercury, Boy George and George Michael, Pikes Hotel was the place to be and be seen in the 1980s.

After a period of steady decline, the labyrinth-like finca was taken over by the Ibiza Rocks group in 2008.

Thankfully, the new owners have organised and augmented life at the old farmhouse without tearing into its liberal soul, which means the best ‘insiders’ parties in Ibiza can still be found beneath the tree line on the dusty hillside that borders San Antonio.

In 2013, big-name DJs like Yousef, Eats Everything, and 2manydjs all performed at Pikes, but in truth, the parties were always much larger than the artists who fuelled them.

September’s annual Freddie Mercury birthday party was particularly loose, and there’s still the scarily hedonistic Halloween Party to come on October 31st.

Pacha’s New Events Roster

Pacha completely revamped their events roster over the winter, with apex DJs like Tiesto, Luciano, and Pete Tong, as well as long running label nights Subliminal and Defected, all switching venues.

In their place, Pacha awarded in-house residencies to man of the moment Solomun, Israeli production genius Guy Gerber, and underground legends John Digweed and DJ Sneak.

As a result, the world’s most famous dance music venue felt more open and accessible in 2013, as Pacha’s legendary VIP crowds were enlarged by gangs of neon ravers and psychedelic Flower Power children of all ages.

We Love Yellow Acid Balls

Richie Hawtin and Carl Cox both attracted humongous crowds to Playa d’en Bossa over the course of the summer, but the atmosphere at We Love was more festive, as Ibiza workers and insiders mingled with over 6,000 visiting pilgrims beneath those famous yellow acid balls.

Fatboy Slim, James Zabiela, Disclosure, and Midland all dropped memorable sets in 2013, before the news broke that We Love promoters Mark and Sarah Broadbent were to retire.

Whether or not the gigantic, festival-sized We Love party has a future may depend on what happens to Space over the course of the off-season.

Sunsets at Café del Mar

After releasing a plethora of enlightening, downtempo mix CDs in the mid-90s, Café del Mar rightly gained a reputation for being the most famous sunset bar in the world.

However, the following decade wasn’t quite as sundrenched, as the San Antonio bar lost itself and its sound.

But this summer, with established DJs like Marco Carola, DJ Sneak, and Ferry Corsten, and underground newcomers such as Finnebassen, Adriatique, and Joseph Capriati all performing exclusive twilight sets on the shoreline, Café del Mar began recalling the glimmer of its own heritage.

The Ibiza Rocks Bar Chicken Pitta

A huge favourite with DJs, celebrities, island workers and transient clubbers, Ibiza Rocks’ Chicken Pitta has been designed for a health conscious, but party withered generation.

Without the colossal Rocks Bar Chicken Pitta, the island would have starved to a grinding halt in early July.

Losers 

Bomba, Booom! or Bust

In early May, a new clubbing venue located in Ibiza Town, called Bomba, was causing a storm of excitement across the island.

With Luciano, Yousef, and Simon Dunmore all fronting for the new project, expectations were unsurprisingly high.

However, anticipation quickly turned to disinterest as the venue repeatedly failed to open on time.

After a protracted period of legislative uncertainty, and with Bomba abruptly rebranding itself as Booom!, the venue finally opened in July, with Sebastian Ingrosso replacing an AWOL Avicii in the DJ booth.

Nevertheless, Booom! did rally support in August, with their Defected and Vagabundos nights both attracting large crowds to the intimate, 1,000 capacity venue.

With a full winter to complete the restoration project and an opportunity to attune a raging Pioneer soundsystem that sounds way too powerful for the venue, Booom! should be ready to compete with the big boys next summer.

Eden Isn’t Vegas

Another venue troubled by a late start to the season, San Antonio’s Eden nightclub was purchased by a group of Dutch entrepreneurs in May 2013.

Totally restored, the renovated venue looks and sounds absolutely fantastic, but Eden’s rearranged events roster failed to cut the mustard.

Desperate to promote itself as a Las Vegas-type establishment, Eden decided to drop some of their more commercial, UK-styled nights, such as Kisstory.

However, their decision to promote a plethora of international DJs that were boring English clubbing crowds years ago didn’t go down well with the educated San An masses.

But all is not lost: blessed with a stunning venue and thousands of educated clubbers on their doorstep, if Eden can get to grips with the musical demographics of the island, they might just be able to prevent a sizeable percentage of San Antonio’s rave trade migrating to Playa d’en Bossa in 2014.

Invasion of the Jelly Fish

In recent years, Spanish fishermen have been paid by the local authorities to pick-up jellyfish swimming close to shore.

This summer, however, these incentives have been stopped. Consequently, more swimmers have been stung by jellyfish this summer than in previous seasons.

Mission Impossible: Melissa Reid and Michaella McCollum

Their mission: to smuggle 11kg of cocaine from Peru to Ibiza.

As we all know, Reid and Connolly failed to do this, after being stopped at customs by narcotics officials at Lima airport back in August.

They are now locked down in a Peruvian jail after pleading guilty and awating sentence.

Source : The Daily Mirror UK

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