We’re bringing two unbelievably talented artists back to Audio this weekend: Jeremy Olander and Chris Malinchak. These two never fail to bring an impressive collection of tunes and keep the dancefloor grooving all night long – and you can listen to their styles below before the weekend hits.
The Dirtybird godfather is back with a bang — Claude Vonstroke has released the first-ever live mix album to come from the West Coast label, along with a mini-documentary with the same name: Live In Detroit. This fittingly comes from such a talented artist whose hit track “Who’s Afraid Of Detroit” still echoes through speakers across the globe twelve years after its original release back in 2006.
Itching to get back on the dancefloor? Us, too. And as always, we have three nights of fantastic music heading your way. We kick things off tonight with the next installment of No Place Like Home, featuring local legend R. Fentz. Tomorrow, the dynamic duo Eli & Fur hit the decks and Mercer makes his way back to the club on Saturday night on his Satisfy tour.
Beatport’s newest feature, “Hype Charts”, has just launched on the website with a fresh new perspective on music discovery and appreciation for lesser known artists. It has been created with the concept of showing more love to smaller and independent labels that don’t quite always nab the platform’s spotlight.
What a weekend we have ahead! Lights Down Low returns for an intimate night with Fatima Yamaha on Friday and Spencer Brown is back in the house this Saturday.
Big news from the crew at Allen & Heath – makers of the iconic analogue DJ mixer Xone:92: the next edition of the Xone is here. To put it simply, as A& describes, it’s the delivery of the “space-shaking analogue sound” Xone is known for.
Say hello to summer with us this weekend as we welcome in June with three nights of music! Tonight, No Place Like Home is back with OneMohit on the decks, followed by The Magician’s first Audio performance tomorrow and Sonny Fodera spinning on Saturday.
Producers and DJs, check it out – do you own a DDJ-SX2? Well, it might be time to upgrade, because the next edition of the DDJ products has arrived: the DDJ-SX3 from Pioneer.
Oh, weekend – we’ve missed you! Heading your way starting tomorrow night is Hot Creations label head Lee Foss, followed by the Iranian house & techno producer Sharam on Saturday night for an extended set on the decks.
Techno, techno, techno. It’s one of our favorite things – and we’re not alone, apparently. Beatport has announced that its top-selling genres include, to no surprise, techno, tech house, house and deep house. Techno dominates as the #1-selling genre on the platform, followed by tech house at #2 and house music + deep house at #3 and #4 respectively.