1. Don’t You Want It – Mad Mike feat. Davina – Happy Records
2. That ass – Scullious – Simma
3. Naive Response – Daniel Avery – Phantasy
4. Irregular Motiv – Biteofire – Apparel Music
5. Backstreet Boy – Paul Du Lac – Bio Rhythm
6. Mentasm – Second Phase – R&S Records
7. Club Therapy (Re-Mastered Mix) – Peace Division – Dogmatik Records
8. Holding on – Arka – Fat! Records
9. The Bored Hound – Russ Gabriel – Poker Flat Recordings
10. Somebody (Mosca Remix) – Trus’me – Prime Numbers
Charts now up in RA…
Time for a MOOCH…
It’s be one crazy year down at MOOCH HQ and we gonna celebrate in the way we know best, a special one off party back where it all started and the place we call home… The Horse and Groom. Summer’s just around the corner so get that Pimm’s out the fridge and don your Saturday night glad rags. We introduce…
Severino [Hot Creations/Classic Rec]
Little introduction needed for Horse Meat Disco’s Co-founder Severino, a respected DJ’s DJ. His career stretches well over a decade from the USA to across Europe and beyond. An impressive CV includes Fabric, Cielo, Ushuaia, Studio 80, Plastic People, Prince Charles, Market, Lovebox to name a few, with up coming gigs at Panorama Bar, Club Division and The Garden Tisno in Croatia. Lets not forget his releases on Hot Creations, Milk & Sugar, Southern Fried and Derrick Carter’s Classic Music Company.
Joining our trusty residents on the night, Dialogue’s dynamic duo John and Jamie who perfectly finish the bill… expect an eclectic mix of disco, acid, soulful and jackin’ house all night long… x
Full Line up:-
Severino – 3 Hour set
John Williams & Jamie Smith [Dialogue]
8pm – 4am
free before 10pm / £3 concessions / £5
Horse & Groom – 28 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, EC2A 3NZ
More details here…
Photos now up from MOOCH’s 4th Birthday feat. Tom Ruijg x
1. Trace – Midland – Aus Music
2. Trample Down – Figueroa, Obando – Viral Cutz
3. My Way – Paco Maroto – Blackflag Recordings
4. Jackin’ – Maan – Tresor
5. Wheelgunner - Justin Martin, Ardalan – dirtybird
6. Pump-O-Matic - Serge, Alden Tyrell – Clone Jack For Daze Serie
7. Future Drop – John Dimas – Dame Music
8. Envie Furtive – Julian M – Catwash Records
9. Whisper 8 – Matt Sassari – Potobolo Records
10. The Game – Friend Within – dirtybird
FOR THE DOWNLOAD: http://www.beatport.com/charts/little-shop-charts/159405
MOOCH 4TH Birthday Bash!!
4 years in the making… 48 months, 39 DJs, 29 parties, 8 photographers, 4 venues, 3 door girls, 2 residents, 1 graphic designer and last but certainly not least: You! The collective of friendly faces who’ve been throwing shapes with us to some of the finest underground talent House n Techno has to offer. MOOCH HQ feels extremely blessed to have met so many amazing people along the way, it’s really been a blast!! 2013 is already looking sweet with some awesome line ups in the pipeline and a brand new EP from Mooch Recordings, as always keep it locked… So what better way to pump up the birthday jam at our rave cave Basing House, than to invite Amsterdam’s hottest export to date… Get ready for a heads down, sleazy, tech-fest with….
Tom Ruijg [Hot Waves / Bangbang! / Karat Records]
Tom Ruijg’s story of how and why he became an artist is somewhat of a fairytail. After spending a big part of his teenage life on the dancefloor, Tom picked up DJ’ing in 2007 and a year later he started producing. Getting instant acknowledgment from Amsterdam house artists like Boris Werner, Tom released two remixes shortly after. His first solo 12″ followed early in 2010 on BangBang! It was an instant hit and BangBang! decided to sign him for two more singles. Starting to play live aside from DJ’ing Tom became more and more versatile and respected. Now, some years later with a full 12″ on Karat hitting the stores and tracks on one of the world’s hottest labels (Hot Creations), Tom’s future is as bright as ever.
Blowing the Birthday candles out on the night trusty residents Natalie Coleman & Ed Jones will be in charge of dishing out techno bumps to all the MOOCH familiar…. x
Full Line up:-
Tom Ruijg [Hot Waves / Bangbang!]
10pm – 4am
Basing House – 25 Kingsland Road, E2 8AA
1. Daboom – Onix – East Ender Records
2. Walk The Dog (Joop Junior’s Dogwhispering Rmx) – Remy Unger – Fone Audio
3. B To B – Hermanez – Tronic Soundz
4. Daybreak On Mars – Mark Reeves – Cocoon Recordings
5. Boter – Malin Genie – SlapFunk Records
6. Handsome – Sam Ball – Intec
7. Biatlon – Mihai Popoviciu – Cyclic Records
8. Bumble – Reset Robot – Intacto
9. Jokari – Dachshund – Clapper
10. Balaklava – Javier Logares – Get Physical Music
Download here: http://www.beatport.com/chart/birthday-beef!/143159
So Tom its been a busy year 2012 for you, Tell us a bit more what you have been upto??2012 has been absolutely great year, production wise as well as playing so many good gigs. Absolute highlights were the Dutch festivals like Welcome to The Future festival, playing Trouw in Amsterdam and Sonar Barcelona.
What’s your plans for 2013??
In 2013 I plan to make much, much more music. I have a couple of releases coming out including another track (called ‘S for Sticky’) for the next Hot Waves Compilation. Also travelling the world for gigs, I’m looking forward to your birthday celebration in London and playing in Tokyo for the first time as well.
Where did your musical journey start??
It all started growing up, just listening to music and when I was a teenager going to big techno parties. The first time I went to Awakenings Festival I saw Melon and Villalobos playing at the mainstage, this was definitely an ‘awakening’ for me.
Who’s been your biggest influence/s??
I like to listen to music from the past for inspiration. I have a lot of artists I got inspired by, like Ludovic Navarre (St. Germain), Todd Terry, Prince, Michael Jackson and many more, but I don’t think that is the only source of inspiration, many things in life are.
What was the first record you ever bought??
My first Vinyl Record I bought was from David Labeij (Choose Red on Sushitech), but the first music I bought myself was a cassette tape from Paul Johnson – Get down.. Quit funny, because I was 10 I think.
What’s the best gig you have ever played??
My first live set at Welcome To The Future 2010 (Hollands best festival) definitely.
Weirdest thing you’ve ever seen in a club??
The new generation of shuffling kids
Describe your sound in 5 words??
Energy, Steady, Sexy, Hally, Berry
Catch Tom at our 4th Birthday party 12th Jan - http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?423630
1. Sex Drive (Jon Convex Remix) – Jimmy Edgar, Jon Convex – Hotflush Recordings
2. Loco Motiv (Chris Page Remix) – Volt9 – Outland Records
3. Cut 2 – And.Id – Mobilee Records
4. Honeymoon (Russ Gabriel Remix) – Steve Bug, Russ Gabriel - Raw Elements
5. Child (NY Stomp Remix) – George Fitzgerald – Aus Music
6. Hot! – Matthew Styles – Running Back
7. Pluto (Skudge Remix) – Jay Bliss – 2020Vision
8. Scharlotte Dub – Mastra, Wandler – Cynosure Recordings
9. Brother – Maarten Mittendorff, Jasper Wolff – Indigo Aera
10. Let The Sun Shine Out (Jerome Sydenham’s Vocal Dub) – Flora Cruz – Ibadan Records
For the download……….. . http://www.beatport.com/chart/autumn-shakers!!/130901
MOOCH 001 – Quenum – Imperial Street EP inc Tim Xavier remix
Adam Beyer “diggin the xavier remix here, nice prodd!”
Joell Mull ” I have extra place for Quenums funky beats. Xavier feat G-tech mix is also very tasty. The whole release is cool.”
Pig & Dan “Quenum grooves are totally on point….solid ep thanxs”
Daniel Mumbling Sanchez “A very strong start of this label! nice”
Alland Byallo “That Obama track is ILL!!!! Be Sweet We Me is also a sassy little groover. Into it!”
Seph “Tim Xavier’s remix is FAT! Nice job.”
Greg Tresher “Original Mix of Imperial street for me, quenum great as always!”
Slam “love Quenums stuff – love this”
Jamie Anderson “Great release – Xavier’s mix rocks!”
Someone Else “super duper ep. bonerific”
Support also from – Jorge Savoretti, Laurent Garnier, M.A.N.D.Y, Booka Shade, DJ T, Dubfire, Tony Rohr, Ame, tINI, Deepchild, Joseph Capriati, Stephan Bodzin, Audiofly, Jonas Kopp, Richie Hawtin, Danny Howells, Nima Khak, James Talk, Audio Injection, Arnaud Le Texier, Daniel Sanchez, Patrick Bateman, Alland Byallo, Patrick Zigon, Butch, Carlio Lio, Jamie Anderson, Roger Sanchez and many more….
Now out in all good record shops… http://www.juno.co.uk/products/imperial-street/471468-01/
01. Phil Weeks – Acid Pattern – Robsoul Recordings
02. Tigerskin feat. Lazarus – The Blackness (Rhadow Meets NTFO Remix) – Get Physical
03. Quenum – Imperial Street (Tim Xavier Remix) – Mooch
04. Falko Brocksieper - Punta Ayampe - Treibstoff
05. Mark Broom – Vault 5 – Ostgut Ton
06. Frank Naht - D.C.O. (Francys Remix) – Undulate Recordings
07. Justin Nabbs – Clappers (Kenneth Scott Remix) – Igloo-rec
08. Mohear - Go Away (DJ Rocca Erodiscomix) – Electunes Records
09. Jack Dixon – FindShelter - Hotflush Recordings
10. Kolombo - Don’t Be Shy – Kompakt
SLR Charts Show 144 will air Monday October 15th at 18:00 and Tuesday at 12:00.
So its been a while since we caught up with you last. Tell us a bit what you have been upto to recently??
I’m working on my album right now and at the same time I’ve been busy setting up my new studio, taking care of painting, soundproofing etc…The last place I was in was demolished a few weeks ago, and the artists staying there, including myself, were moved to a new building. It’s really cool, near the river, in an old fabric and we’re a bunch of artists together, with Dachshund, the Young Gods and others.
You’ve had some pretty cool releases so far this year, other than your EP for MOOCH Recordings what else is in the pipeline for release??
I’m working on a remix for Circle Music (Alex Flatner) and an EP for a new Geneva label called Caduceus Records. I’m also working on an EP for Resolute (New York), . One of my tracks is on the upcoming compilation on Crosstown Rebels called Day Zero.
Where does your inspiration come from in the studio??
It comes from so many things, like traveling, but also all different kinds of artistic productions like dance, music concerts, etc… I don’t go as often as that, but I’m very open to these influences. But mostly it comes from working. I’m hard-working and I spend a lot of hours in the studio, that’s what builds up as inspiration.
Tell us more about your studio??
I don’t have tons of gear. For example, recently I had to move out of my studio (the building was being demolished) and I brought home just my computer, mixing table, speakers and one analogic synthesizer. I worked with just that for two months, and it was fine. When I go back to my new studio in about 3 weeks, I’ll set up the rest of my gear, but it’s not that much. I have a few more analogic synths, some effects processors and also virtual stuff in my computer. My studio is kind of basic.
What’s your dream piece of Kit??
I don’t have any. I think you can do incredible music with very simple stuff. What’s important is to have good ideas.
If you didn’t work in the music industry what would you dream job be??
Dancer with the Alvin Ailey Company. I actually started as a dancer (modern jazz and breakdance) before being a DJ. I admire dancers so much, it’s really hard work and so tough on the body.
What’s your top 3 artists thats exciting you at the moment??
Moodyman, Cesare vs Disorder, Carl Craig
MOOCH Feat Marc Antona [Dissonant/Mobilee]
Full Line up:-
Marc Antona [Dissonant/Mobilee]
For more info see **Next Party** Page.
So tell us a bit about what you have been up to this year with the label and your productions ?
2012 has been an important step for my label Dissonant. After having launched the first 8 vinyls with my own productions (last year) to settle the label’s musical line, I could enjoy welcoming on Dissonant artists offering the music that I love : tINI, Re-UP and Leix have had very well acclaimed releases this year on Dissonant.
On the production side, I try to experiment new ways, but trying to keep on this sexy organic deep techno which moves me like no other music at that time.
You’ve become a regular fixture at Marco Carola’s Music on in Ibiza this season. How did that come about ?
Marco Carola is a real passionated music lover, until last year we didn’t really know each other, but he contacted me for his Music On party just because I liked the music :)
And the Music On party in Ibiza blowed all expectations : it’s really banging, with proper underground music and big friendly atmosphere.
Where did your musical journey begin ?
I first got in touch with electronic music in 2004 as a clubber. And as I always had track ideas in my head when I came back home, I decided to start producing music. I started playing live in clubs, and after a year I switched to DJing with the need to widen the music I played.
Whats your plans for the future with dissonant ?
We have currently very good projects by new artists forthcoming, and I will continue releasing on Dissonant some of my own productions too.
What’s your top 5 tunes at the moment ?
- Butane – A rave mistake (2012 Mix)
- Fumiya Tanaka – Ring Bell
- Leix - Dumnezeu
- Medeew, Chicks Luv Us – High Grade (Vid Remix)
- Bobby Gasparakis – Tension Care
Describe your sound in 5 words ?
Sexy organic swinging deep techno…
What’s the weirdest thing you’ve seen in a club ?
I was playing in a club, and suddenly came a kind of show organised by the promoter consisting of a girl being hooked by its piercing on the back and lifted until the rooftop… Really strange !
1. Snakes Crawl (East Village Mix) – Phil Kieran, Burglar Tom, Bush Tetras – Phil Kieran Recordings
2. Don’t – Bicep, Omar Odyssey – Aus Music
3. Let Yrself Be – Jimmy Edgar – Hotflush Recordings
4. Distraction (Dan Ghenacia Remix) – Anthea - One Records
5. Daft – A1 Bassline – dirtybird
6. On & On – Shenoda – Hypercolour
7. Organic Flow (Dachshund Remix) – Siler & Dima – Cyclic Records
8. Diamond Islands (Boddika Remix) – Hyetal – Black Acre Records
9. Makes Ya Feel Good – Copy Paste Soul – 2 Swords
10. Big Perm (Femme En Fourrure Remix) – Worthy – Discobelle Records
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