The remix of the 3rd most sold track on Beatport Deep House of 2012, ‘Strange’ by Adana Twins was conducted by Acid Pauli & NU.
Johannes Förster gave it a remarkable music video, starring the infamous Berlin character Komet. The director and Friso of Adana Twins agreed that there was a strong need for a music video for ‘Strange’; one that is set up as more of a short film. The film indeed is a piece of art that is put together beautifully and tells a story that gets under the skin, the story of a stranger. Komet was the ideal character to tell that story.
Shir Khan is back with another killer-selection for his Disco-House-Edit imprint Black Jukebox.
3 heavy cuts from Kruse & Nuernberg & Polargeist from Hamburg, The Mekanism from Paris and Stefano Ritteri from London.
Limited Collector’s Vinyl Only. Cop that before it sells out. Black Jukebox Vinyl goes up to 350€ at Discogs.
Support from a lot of friends including Soul Clap, Tensnake, Solomun, Erol Alkan, CatznDogs, DJ Sneak, Riva Starr, Oliver $, Skream, Noir, Adana Twins, Maxxi Soundsystem, Hot Since 82, Munk, Karmon, Round Table Knights, Till Von Sein, Homework, Trickski, Urulu, Ossie, Larse, Patrick Pulsinger, Amine Edge, Cocolores, La Fleur&Michelle Owen, Kasper Bjoerke and many more.
James Curd is back on Exploited.
This time James hooked up with Fred Everything from Montreal.
Together they are Jimmy & Fred who offer the indie-sounding, oldschool disco infused track I SEE LIGHTS (alongside a massive remix by Karmon), that is sure to tempt the ears of many.
Fred is a key player in the world of house music and with 13 years in the music business and over 100 productions to his credit, he shows no sign of stopping.
In the early 90s, he started playing live in raves and clubs in Canada. He was then known as “Everything,” because his live sets could range anywhere from techno to house, ambient and even drum and bass.
Tired of carrying his equipment around, mainly a TR909 and a SH101, he started DJ’ng and changed his name to Fred Everything.
James Curd began his DJing career in Chicago when he was only fifteen years old. Being underage, Curd was snuck into events to play at raves and clubs he was not legally allowed in. He played along side some of electronic’s most respected acts and DJs.
As ‘Greenskeepers’ Curd released an array of music on Derric Carter’s Classic Records. He made his mark on the dance music world by infusing swing music and Chicago house to invent the term G-Swing, being short for Greenskeepers Swing. Around this time he also started a record label by the name ‘Greenskeepers Music’.
Under his solo name James Curd released on DFA, Permanent Vacation, Eskimo and Bang Gang to name a few. He has remixed Hercules & Love Affair, Juan Maclean, Groove Armada, Poolside, Flight Facilities and DJ CAM.