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Greyhound Podcast Vol.15 Rico Casazza
February 16, 2013 05:16 AM PST
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About Rico Casazza
(Stock5 /Archipel/Serialism)

London based Rico Casazza has a varied musical background of classical, soundtrack and dub, but his core
interest is quality, 4/4 techno. After moving to London in the late ‘90s, he established a name for himself as a DJ and producer through his music.

His style centers on deep atmospherics, bright as well as stoned melodies and lazy ambiences, with a subtle twist of tension.

After many years of prolific work on labels such as Soma, Archipel, Stock5 and Release Sustain, Rico Casazza has travelled the world playing in some of the biggest clubs in Europe such as Pedra do Couto (Portugal), 1500m2 Do Wynajecia (Poland) alongside the likes of Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts, Maceo Plex, Claro Intelecto, Cesare vs Disorder, Yapacc, Eddie Richards, Matthias Meyer, to name a few.
His recent live show at Fabric was met with critical acclaim, and with a packed schedule, 2013 set to see him go from strength to strength.

He has released Electronic music on techno/house record labels such as:
Release Sustain - Wavetec - Stock5 - Archipel - Serialism - Neovinyl recordings - Bonzai Elemental - Eintakt - Soundbar Records - Apparel Music - Neovinyl Recordings - Safari Numerique - Shades Of Grey Recordings - Soma records.

Greyhound Podcast Vol.14 Ralph Lawson Live DJ recording
February 04, 2013 02:14 AM PST
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Ralph Lawson has played a pioneering role in electronic underground dance music for the past two decades. Lawson is widely regarded as being one the very best House DJs in the world. He currently holds residencies at Back To Basics Leeds, We Love Space Ibiza and Barcelona’s The Loft as well as regular appearances at Berlin’s Watergate and London’s Fabric. Bill Brewster (“Last Night a DJ Saved My Life”) described Ralph as undoubtedly one of “the UK’s best-kept secrets”, for those who have yet to hear his sound. He was recently nominated for ‘Best British DJ” along with 2020 Vision for ‘Best label’ in 2009 by DJ magazine and has won five major awards for during his residency at Back To Basics since it’s inception in 1991. He is a founder member of the highly acclaimed band 2020Soundsystem as well as running 2020Vision recordings and hosting a weekly 2020mix on Ibiza Sonica radio.

Ralph Lawson and his 2020 Vision Recordings have created a vibrant trail of releases, making it one of the best-loved and most respected imprints the industry has ever seen. 2020 almost single handily put Leeds on the house music map and kick started the scene there. Genre crafting Wulf n Bear’s – “Raptures of the Deep” is now widely regarded as one of the very first tech-house records. The label has been influential in many pioneering diverse scenes – from deep house to nu disco. As long standing resident of his beloved Back To Basics club, his colourful and versatile DJ sets are constructed like electronic jigsaw pieces left for the imagination to decipher. His name is even to be proudly etched into the record books as he enters his 19th year leading the Leeds establishment as the longest running weekly House Music night in the world.

Originally hailing from London Ralph picked up on the early New York transatlantic influence that swept the floors of the capital’s clubs in the mid-eighties. In 1988 as Acid House exploded Lawson moved North to Leeds where he discovered clubs like the Warehouse that were also playing a mix of New York Hip Hop and Chicago House. Saturday night was sound-tracked by Nightmares On Wax , long before they had found fame and fortune, DJ E.A.S.E was busting their first hit ‘Dextrous’ from acetate just as Ralph entered the hallowed doors. Greatly inspired by these nights Ralph went on to produce some early mix-tapes consisting largely of Nu-Groove, Big Beat, Dance Mania and DJ International records which landed him warm up spots at the club night “Joy” and led to a meeting with live act LFO. Ralph quickly found himself at the centre of a thirsty new scene that was rapidly expanding, not only in Leeds but unfolding throughout the rest of the UK.

His legendary pairing with the hedonistic Dave Beer came through mutual friend and Back to Basics co-founder, Alistair Cooke. Alistair had grown disillusioned with the rave scene and wanted to create a club that catered for the more discerning clubber. So on Saturday November 23rd 1991, Back to Basics opened its doors at The Music Factory - Leeds. The very first record; Marshall Jefferson presents The Truth – “ Open Your Eyes” was played by Ralph Lawson.

Almost as soon as the needle touched the dusty record the tracks apt title practically spoke for itself as attendances doubled weekly until nearly 2000 people were clambering to get in. This led to the club winning Best Dance Club no less than five times. Lawson became musical director at Back To Basic’s and impressively helped pull off the first ever gigs in the UK for Daft Punk, Danny Tenaglia, Derrick Carter and Francois K, as well as many others.

Ralph’s fame as a DJ spread from his Basics residency and guest appearances at the legendary Hacienda, Sub Club, Flying and Full Circle in the UK quickly followed as well as his debut musical excursions around Europe and the USA. Ralph began a residency at The Moog club in Barcelona and played at Ku, Space and Amnesia in Ibiza from the early nineties. As the 90s near an end Lawson was influential in bringing the nu wave of French artists into vogue, signing the young Ivan Smaghhe for his first ever release and D’Julz followed soon after. He was invited to mix a CD with Dan Ghenacia for the infamous after-hour boat parties, ‘Kwality at Batofar’, which is still heralded as a classic mix from the pair.

Collaborations at the infamous Farmhouse Studio’s created by Ralph and studio partner Carl Finlow resulted in a run of hugely successful projects, including a series of releases with veteran Chicago producer and purveyor of deep house, Chez Damier under the “Chuggles” name.

Work begun in earnest at 2020 HQ as Lawson and Finlow built up a healthy catalogue of mixes including work for Fat Boy Slim, Josh Wink, Felix da Housecat, Swag and many others; but it was their work with Blaze that has really stood the test of time.

Their first project with the classic New York based Blaze was ‘Lovelee Dae’ on German Playhouse Records. This track went on to become a bona-fide all time classic (as listed in the all time Top 100 classics on Beatport). To date this remix has sold over 20,000 copies and is still heavily supported from Ibiza to Berlin - Luciano used to play it like clockwork every Monday at DC10 in the summer of 2008 at a special time in the evening, while Villalobos recently dropped it to 5000 people at Cocoon in the Park 2010. The pair’s reputation steadily grew after ‘Lovelee Dae’ and they recorded outside the home stable for imprints Prescription Underground, Classic, Playhouse, Soma, Loaded, Estereo, Moody, Pagan and Tribal. In 2000 Finlow departed for love in Paris and the pair’s epic reign came tom an end. Lawson concentrated on his DJ work but it wasn’t long before the production bug took hold again.

In 2002 the idea to form a live electronic act grew steadily. Ralph together with label artist and session drummer Dubble D hatched new plans to form a act that could play on the biggest stages the world had to offer. Amalgamating live drumming with DJ sets, the pairs Fat City debut mix marked the start of a Soundsystem experimenting in new ways to perform live. In 2003 Lawson received a demo from Argentineans’ Silver City called ‘1969’ which not only stood out from the rest but was obviously crafted by real musicians. It turned out that Fernando Pulichino and Julian Sanza were indeed accomplished Bass and Keyboard players and fitted perfectly into the line up for the outfit. Sharply recruited, the new 2020Soundsystem project quickly appeared at clubs such as Bugged Out! Basics, The Sub Club and Fabric among many others timed, perfectly with the release of their first EP “All Systems Go”.

Sessions and performances at festivals such as Exit, Creamfields Argentina, Homelands, Global Gathering, Sonar, T In The Park and Rockness cemented their worldwide reputation as a dynamic and exciting live act. Within two short years the fledgling act found itself playing to audiences of 25,000 on several occasions.

2020 Soundsystem’s debut 2006 long player “No Order” illustrated the live show and included a bonus disc recorded ‘Live at Sonar’. Collaborations with vocalist Diane Charlemagne and NYC band The Glass highlighted how far the band had progressed as song - writers on the flip. ‘No Order’ went on to become a pioneering work in America for the emerging live electronic scene there. The response in the States was as phenomenal as it was unexpected and the guys became the hot ticket at virtually every major festival there in 2007. Again playing to huge crowds of 10,000 plus people.

The 2020Soundsystem cemented their reputation in late 2009 with the release of their second album ‘Falling’ which warned them 5 star reviews in every influential music publication and a new wave of touring across Europe in 2010 including debut appearances at The Big Chill, Croatia Garden Festival and the first ever appearance of a full live band on the terrace at We Love Space.

Lawson’s DJ world did not stop during the Soundsystem years at all but increased as did his profile through the band’s success. In 2007 he was asked to mix fabric33 for the celebrated series, which saw yet again 5 star reviews and ended up in many compilations of the year. A year of DJ touring filled 2008 while the Soundsystem recorded for their 2009 ‘Falling’ release.

So into 2010 we have the current 2020sound encapsulated onto compact disc once more as Lawson mixes this summers We Love CD featuring exclusively 2020Vision material. Mostly fresh and new but with a few classic moments thrown in such as the remix of ‘Blaze – Lovelee Dae’, which sounds as good today as it did in 1996. With so many of the world’s heavy weight DJs playing their musical respect to 2020Vision it is about time that more people heard it from the horses mouth.

Ralphs Lawson’s authentic take on house music has always had the energetic qualities found in techno yet is never far away from the funk of House music mixed with warm analogue synths and live drums. This unique brew is presented in legendary long sets by technical skills that have been sponsored by Allen and Heath, Native Instruments and Ableton. The 2020 Vision leader’s electronic cutting-edge sound manages to hypnotically demand everybody's attention. Always forward thinking, Ralph doesn’t close himself off to anything, he looks around and somehow manages to unify his influences into a cohesive set. He continually brings a European sensibility to the American roots of house music.

Greyhound Podcast Vol.13 Retrac
January 04, 2013 07:49 AM PST
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Peter Carter AKA Retrac’s intense and passionate relationship with music has taken him on a nomadic journey in search of the perfect beat. It was a journey that saw him hone his talents as a Producer & DJ and most crucially tune into the incendiary elements that shake a dance floor. After spells in Ibiza, Leeds and North Wales, Retrac is now settled in Manchester working full time as a mixing engineer and releasing his own productions as an outlet for his thoughts.
Rewind to 2007 and it was at Ibiza’s seminal DC 10 that the elements of hedonism and sophistication entwined to leave their greatest impression on the young producer. It was there in the Balearic sunshine, during endless days of partying that Carter intensely studied the union of House and Techno – memorizing the make up of the tracks that ignited the club. After relocating to Leeds from North Wales, Pete delved deep into the city’s club scene, with the rushing intensity of Derrick Carter, Raresh and Daniel Bell leaving an indelible mark on his mind whilst travelling down to London frequently to play as Acid Casuals with Cian Ciaran of the Super Furry Animals. At just 22, the experience of playing on the same bill as Four Tet, Caribou and James Ruskin primed Carter's ability to rock a dance floor.
The fuse was lit at 14 by Berlin Love Parade tapes and by age 17 Retrac had developed a formidable range of skills that would see him rocking house and techno crowds from London to Northern England and Wales. Combining his hedonistic urges with the subtle sensibilities of space and texture, with each production Retrac looks to push both his own boundaries and the genre he loves. Either flying solo or combining with long term friends Dudley Strangeways or Cian Ciaran from Super Furry Animals as the Acid Casuals, Carter looks to apply deep musical sensitivities with a raw outpouring of energy.
His style has seen him signed to Resopal Shchallware and Tiefschwarz’ new Souvenir Plus imprint and after becoming a member of the Indigo Raw family (Barcelona) has had his work remixed by the likes of Ethyl, Jarno (Rush Hour), Skoozbot (Minus), Djebali and Rio Padice along the way. His productions have gained support and plays from artists such as Delano Smith, DJ Koze, Hot Chip and DJ Sneak along the way. Hours spent on the dance floor have primed Retrac’s ability to easily move between soaring, driving techno and chugging, grooving deep house, pooling his influences and whipping them up with a commanding musical understanding. With a host of musical projects lined up ranging from producing bands to more collaborations with other artists, as well as a release coming up on Chez Damier's Balance Alliance in his own name, Retrac continues to explore his world of music, each discovery serving to further establish himself as a genuine force.

Greyhound Podcast Vol.12 Baiyon
November 05, 2012 09:31 AM PST
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Japanese multimedia Artist (Sound Producer / DJ / Art Director / Graphics Designer)
based in Kyoto, Japan.
He made his musical debut in 2004 by providing music to an American
documentary film called "MOOG".
One of the most recent and notable works is the benefit compilation
album "Vibes against Vibes vol.1 & 2" released from his own label
Descanso, and a wide variety of artists from 11 countries have joined
this project to raise donation and support for the Great East Japan
Earthquake relief efforts.
His collaborative work series "in the collaborations" has now marked
its 5th release, and this commemorate 5th collaborator-artist is Los
Also he recently worked on the remix works of "Ricardo Villalobos, Los
Updates - I Throw Water Into The Lake / Miss You So" released from
Nice Cat Records.

His art design and sound direction for a Playstation 3 title
“PixelJunk™ Eden” in 2008 has received international attention and
acclaim from gaming audiences for its unique view. Soon after he has
participated in production of LittleBigPlanet2, and was selected as
one of 50 of the important game industry people to the current state of
the game industry in the "Game Developer" magazine. Also he has been
actively delivering lectures at home and overseas and in 2012 he
joined Global Game Jam held in 243 spots of 46 countries as the
keynote speaker along with Will Wright.

In June, 2012, ”PixelJunk™ 4am” for PlayStation®Move was released, and
Baiyon's name can be seen in its credit title for art / sound
direction and the concept.

His unique view of the world reflected in the crossover between visual
design and music creation has been highly acclaimed around the world.

graphics: http://wetside.info

1)Cheesecake / Stimming / Green
2)Innovation / Amir Alexander / Deep Vibes
3)Residente De Calle (Tripmastaz Hypno Edit) / DJ Sneak / Plant 74
4)Leaving Home - Radio Slave Remix / International Pony / Skint Records
5)Survival / Delano Smith / Sushitech
6)Mortal Trance / Boo Williams / Rush Hour
7)Let Your Body, Make Your Body (Conforce Dusk Till Dawn Mix) / Jared Wilson / Dolly
8)Queen Of Mars / Franklin De Costa / ReSolute Label
9)Courtoisie (Armand De Ganay Remix) / Jerome Pacman / Courtoisie Records
10)For My Girl / Stimming / Diynamic
11)Ljuset / Joel Alter, Henik Jonsson / Kontra Musik
12)Blues For Yous / Einzelkind / Cecille
13)Pond / LAWRENCE / Dial Records
14)Foley (Tolga Fidan Remix) / Felipe Venegas / Melisma
15)Love Song / Nick Sole / Mojuba

Greyhound Podcast Vol.11 Bas Amro
October 13, 2012 12:36 PM PDT
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Since his first releases in the beginning of 2008 – at the age of 16 – Bas Amro kept surprising other DJ’s and producers from all over the world with the great variation in his productions.
Inspite him being relatively young, you won’t hear this in his productions and sets. Amro’s sound is hard to describe precisely. His tracks are oldskool but modern, they’re deep but energetic; and he never limits himself to one style. While producing house, deephouse, techhouse and even techno, his tracks all have something in common that together makes this one recognizable and unique Bas Amro sound.
After some small remixes and releases, he showed in 2010 the scene why he deserves a spot out there with the release of the ‘Le Huitième Arrondissement’ EP on Darko Esser’s Wolfskuil Records, that got him a huge amount of support, amongst this list legends like Laurent Garnier, Jimpster and Steve Bug. This release opened many doors for him, like releasing his many times charted ‘Ten’ EP on the class A label Freerange owned by Jimpster.
Bas Amro is highly influenced by the roots of the Chicago and Detroit sound which brought him to getting lots of respect and support by the bigger international artists, but also got him great gigs at his native country The Netherlands, like the festivals by Welcome To The Future, Mysteryland, and more internationally to Dublin, Barcelona, Lisbon, Riga, Moscow, Antwerp and London to name just a few.
Obviously, knowing that Bas Amro is still in his early twenties, there’s a lot more to come, and with the rapidly growing support by artists and labels showing interest it’s all looking promising for this little boy wonder!
More info & bookings: kelly[at]wearee.nl

Track List
1)Freund Der Familie - Sark (Marko's La Coupee Mix)
2)Tremsch & Metzler - 20 Toes (Stefan Gubatz Remix)
3)Even Drones - One
4)Francis Harris - Living Lips (Kate Simko Remix)
5)Jitterbug - Fallout
6)Andrés - New For U
7)Bas Amro - Waves
8)Phil Weeks - Pimpin' 4 Weeks
9)Egal 3 - Titlu & Poveste (Cumsecade Inchele Mix)
10)Society Of Silence - Beat Reading Detroit
11)XDB - Batiff
12)Theo Parrish - Lake Shore Drive

Greyhound Podcast vol.10 Kazuya Ninagawa(Apparel Music)
September 24, 2012 11:02 AM PDT

Kazuya Ninagawa

Kazuya is a DJ/Producer from Kyoto (Japan), based in London.

He was first introduced to House music as a teenager through his friends.

At 20, he launched himself into the DJ scene and started organizing his own parties at some of the most famous underground clubs in Kyoto : 'Transcend' at the 'Metro' and 'Sleaze' at the 'World', playing along with special guest DJs such as Layo&Bushwacka, Glimps,Tiefschwarz and Loco Dice.

Kazuya has definitely left his imprint on the Kyoto underground music scene. He quickly became a key figure in the world of Japanese House music, stimulating the crowds with his innovative and singular style.

He has already released some tracks with the label Apparel music and is soon to release some more.

His music is characterized by some deep and groovy house and tech-house sounds. He regularly plays at some of the best indies venues in London and is planning on organizing his own event soon.

Greyhound Podcast vol.9 Dudley Strangeways
August 28, 2012 01:33 PM PDT

Greyhound Podcast vol.9 Dudley Strangeways

Track List
1) The Early sound collective "JR1" (Bio Rhythm)
2) voorhees "The Ghost House"
3) Lerosa - "In My Mind" (Uzuri Recordings)
4) Dudley Strangeways "Tally man"
5) Bicep / Omar Odyssey "Don't" (AUS Music)
6) Dudley Strangeways "Take Me As I Am"
7) Maksy "HD" (Back To The Future)
8) SEK "Paste Yourself" (Back To You)
9) Dudley Strangeways "Kudos" (Klasse Recordings)
10) Adam Shelton "Mindscape" (Back To You)
11) Dudley Strangeways & Michael McLardy "Fletcher's Curve" / Matthew Styles Remix (Back To You)
12) Kerri Khaos Chandler "I feel it" / DJ Deep Edit (BBE)
13) Charles Webster - Rock it 4 Herbert (Remote - Records)

About Dudley Strangeways
Staying true to the basic principles of House and Techno and not bowing down to the latest hype is something many DJs claim but rarely actually achieve. In possession of expert timing and sixth sense of what dancers will respond to, Dudley Strangeways has developed a classic sound without ever sounding dated. A perfectionist both in the studio and behind the decks, Dudley’s hard work is now coming to fruition.
With constant attention to technical detail, Dudley seamlessly mixes up modern releases with the jacking beats towards the back of his box, putting a contemporary spin on deep, acidic and tech house.

Dudley has built on the string of residencies across the Midlands and London after consolidating his reputation as a resident of the notorious Back To The Future parties at Nottingham's Stealth club. Skills honed warming up for the likes of Terry Francis, Phil Weeks, Eddie Richards, Simon Baker and Brett Johnson are now taking him onto the international circuit with gigs across Europe.

On the production front, Dudley’s reputation has rocketed in the short time since his first solo release on Nottingham’s Shrink Records. A successful partnership with Retrac has seen DJ support from Terry Francis and Slam for “Dumb Drum” on Fullbar, while the “Oh Melody EP” on Resopal Schallware rocked the Get Physical party in Miami and “Stop Rewind” popping up on Richie Hawtin’s Twitter listings. More Releases are in the pipeline, with more trademark driving, edgy house set to drop hot on labels such as Klasse Recordings, Back To You & Deep Edition.

Now firing on all fronts as DJ and producer, Dudley’s love of the groove and dedication to quality are bound by his own eclectic interpretation of House Music; timeless, hedonistic and clinical-but with soul to boot.

Greyhound Podcast vol.8 Moodymanc Live DJ recording
August 04, 2012 11:18 AM PDT

Moodymanc live DJ Recording At Greyhound+Slippery Summer session with Moodymanc at Bar A Bar.

About Moodymanc
Moodymanc is continuing to cause a big stir amongst the house community of late. Having previously released under the guise of Dubble D and performing drum and production duties with 20 20 Soundsystem (which has put him on the front cover of DJ magazine!). Danny Ward now delivers house bombs as Moodymanc that are being championed by the premier league of artists and music lovers across the board. Moodymanc has had great success with recent E.P's on labels such as Tsuba, Neurotraxx Deluxe, 20 20 Vision, Dessous and Kolour to name a few. His status as a DJ, producer, remixer and highly acclaimed jazz musician continue to elevate as his honed talents and set him apart from the rest.
He has been in massive demand as a re-mixer, with recent mixes including Affkt's "Lost Key" on Suara, A Marques "New Orleans" on Sol Recordings and Kisk's "DIY2" on Apparel music gaining much chart success. Re-mixes for Ornate Music, Apparel music, Abstaract Theory and others are being released over the next few months. Moodymanc's "Seedz", from the same titled E.P has been re-released on Tsuba's latest compilation and featured on Cocoon's "Green and Blue" compilation. As well as this he has current releases on Neurotraxx deluxe (which stayed at no.2 in the beatport deep house charts), Centric Music, Scenic Tones and Apparel music. He has a current release on 'Tsuba Colours': the 'paint it black' EP featuring a re-mix by US house legend Larry Heard, which is creating a big buzz amongst the house faithful and press alike. The vinyl pressing sold out within a week and went to re- press after gaining more than 7000 plays on soundcloud in the week before release. It has just been released digitally on Beatport etc and looks like charting highly here too. Other releases are imminent on Ornate, 20 20 Vision, Abstarct Theory and Centric Music with more planned into the summer.
Reading the crowd and building a groove is Moodymanc’s specialty which means his sets are always interesting, well timed and a spot on narrative of the best house music around.

Track list
1. shade-feels like
2.thermo-bright black
3.mark funk-get down
4.juniour high-jam jam jam
5.dave qri-out of tosca (around here is where the cdj started really fucking up...hence the stutters and drawn out weird mix!!)
6.alfonso padilla-word clock
7.ian pooley, dj chus, phil fuldner-zoana (chus' edit)
8.ant brooks-starlight
10.tapesh-reel u feel
11.adam port-sally
12.gary beck-tamo chanter (mendo mix)
13.rescue disco-heigh ho
14.me n u-my bitches take me higher
15.marcos baiano-moka moka
16. dj sneak, riva starr-manduka (sneak's cut)
17.robert dietz-pandemic (Moodymanc edit)
18.gramaphondize-street lady
19.tjr-funky vodka
20.riva starr ft. dolomite-be your best
21....the specials-a message to you...(bouncer's reprise!)

Greyhound Podcast vol.7 Boris Ange
May 17, 2012 08:28 AM PDT

Greyhound Podcast vol.7 Boris Ange(Natural Rhythm/ Northern Comfort)

Hailing from South of france, Boris dedicated the last decade of his life to House music by djing in over 30 countries,producing music for the german imprint Natural Rhythm(owned by Horatio from Viva Music), running clubs in Seoul and doing bookings from Europe to Middle East to South East Asia. Always on the move,only one thing stays the same,the effort to deliver something true in its form.As a DJ,Boris' presence is unique. What he's laying his hands on can be qualified of House but its always more than that , a track selection who got him gigs in fashion shows(Vuitton,Cartier,Resurrection,...) festivals(Jisan Rock Festival,Global Gathering, FutureSoud Festival,...) and a long list of clubs. 2012 sounds good with new releases coming soon and a new venue opening in the South of France this summer. Stay Tunedwinking


Track List
1)lana del rey - blue jeans - subb an edit
2)fink - make it good - tennis and tale of us edit
3)mr white - all i want - adriatique and audino remix
4)franck roger - hustling peoples
5)pachanga boys - time
6)toky - about you - solomoun remix
7)ted alexander - flying
8)ben pearce - what i might do
9)chasing kurt - reflecting love
10)uffe - ill leave soon - catz n dogz remix
11)mario and vidis - changed - dub
12)art department - its a common situation

Greyhound Podcast vol.6 Echonomist (Dessous Recordings/Apparel Music)
April 20, 2012 01:08 PM PDT

Echonomist(Dessous Recordings/Apparel Music)

Born in Thessaloniki in 1979, Petros Manganaris is considered as one
of the most promising talents of Greece's contemporary electronic
music scene. With production work spanning many and diverse musical
styles through his numerous releases at labels such as Back And Forth, Upon You, Dessous, 3rd Wave and Apparel music to name a few.
Petros is famous for his groovy dj sets which incorporate the whole
dance spectrum, from deep house to minimal techno, while his stunning
and energetic live performances with his laptop and elaborate set-up
are always received with excitement, expertly combining atmospheric
rhythms with experimental and complex musical programming and pumping,
crisp beats.


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