Germany’s Snuff Crew is a mysterious two-person collective founded in 2008. Their sound is mainly influenced by Chicago house, acid, and italo disco. Since the first 12″ release on Marco Passarani´s label Nature Records, they’ve been releasing original content and remixes for the likes of International Deejay Gigolo Records, Hour House Is Your Rush, Compost Records, Playhouse and of course their own label, Snuff Trax. Amongst their remixes was the gem of a remix they did for the outrageously flamboyant Hard Ton.
The Snuff Crew DJ show consists of live programming and live elements. We are proud to present Om:cast 20 mixed by the mysterious Snuff Crew just in time for all your DEMF playlists.
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Australian born, VISITORS were first introduced to me by a good friend (from NCC). Like many others, we fell in love with their infectious big room electro pop sound. VISITOR has a highly visual songwriting style born out of their passion for underground electro pop. Members, Kyle and Lucas (and a mysterious third member named Diamond Cut), make well crafted stadium ready electro pop tracks for the masses and festival routes. Alan Braxe was so impressed by the duo, he decided to release their debut single on his own Vulture label. The track gained instant press love from the likes of NME, Pop Justice, The Sunday Times and countless others.
We recently commissioned VISITORS to remix Dirty Vegas ‘Little White Doves’ and it makes it’s podcast premiere here. VISITOR are currently working on finishing up their debut album.
1) Moonlight Savari – Pinisi
2) Kavinski – Night Call (Breakbot Remix)
3) Pacific! – Narcissus (Alan Braxe Remix)
4) VISITOR – Coming Home (Lifelike Remix)
5) Adele – Rolling in the Deep (VillA Remix)
6) Claire Maquire – The Last Dance (Moonlight Matters Remix)
7) Pnau – The Truth (Sam La More Remix)
8) Chilli Gonzales – You Can Dance (Cosmonaught Grechko Remix)
9) Vanguard – Morning Light
10) Dirty Vegas – Little White Doves (VISITOR Remix)
11) Poka – Superhero
12) Retro / Grade – Reset
13) Mansions on the Moon – She Makes Me Feel
14) Royksopp – Keyboard Milk
Recently relocating from San Francisco to Berlin, J.Phlip has carved out her own brand of house music ranging from the bass heavy sounds of Dirtybird Records to the deep house of Hot Creations. Om:cast 18 is a perfect example featuring new and unreleased music from Tanner Ross, Soul Clap, Jamie Jones, Justin Martin, Addison Groove, Julio Bashmore, her very own production as well as some vinyl only releases. This is one of our favorite podcasts to date as it’s a perfect listen night or day. If you like what you’re hearing, check out her soundcloud page and her profile on Liasion Artist for current tour dates.
01 bliss “long life” (herbert’s 2000 UHT mix)
02 voices of black “take back soho” (tanner ross remix)
03 julio bashmore “craboon”
04 c-edits “so in love with you”
05 the weeknd “what you need” (adam port edit)
06 kerri chandler “get up”
07 baby prince & lonely c “i remember” (tanner ross remix)
08 hector “the troof”
09 azure & III “hungry for the power” (jamie jones ridge street remix)
10 j.phlip “fever (dub)”
11 tornado wallace “paddlin’” (linkwood remix)
12 j.phlip “big ass, party hat”
13 addison groove “sexual”
14 theophilus london “flying overseas” (soul clap remix)
15 kevin irving “children of the night” (disco bloodbath re-edit)
16 julio bashmore “father father”
17 justin martin “unknown”
18 elef “haus”
19 matthew herbert “leipzig”
D-Pulse, are a Saint-Peterburg based band that has become one of the most exciting groups out of Russia this past year. The band has had releases on respectable labels like Nang, Kompact, Kitsune, Gomma and Theomatic to name a few. They’re resume also includes recent performances at Yota Space with Hot Chip and remixes for SPACE, KDMS and most recently, Crazy P’s Hot Toddy.
At 16, the band released their first album inspired by French electronica acts like AIR and Daft Punk. Early supporters for D-Pulse include Laurent Garnier, James Zabiella and Pete Tong. Their style of production is not specific to one style or scene, instead it’s a mix of styles encompasing everything from nu-disco, jazz, funk, house, and more.
Check out and download this amazing Balearic disco inspired remix of Hot Toddy’s “Down To Love” and add it to your set!
Click Here To Purchase Hot Toddy “Late Night Boogie” on Smoke N’ Mirrors
For those in the know, Aima the Dreamer has been rockin’ crowds for years as a vocalist and MC with groups such as J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science, The Mamaz, Goddess Alchemy Project and Jazz Mafia’s Brass, Bows and Beats Hip-Hop Symphony. All of this in addition to her own solo project has given her a variety of outlets with which to harness her energy as not only
a talented MC and vocalist, but also as a strong, feminine woman who easily holds her own amongst a male-dominated industry.
As a freestyle rapper, poet, singer and versatile MC, Aima the Dreamer brings her array of talents and influences to the masses by way of her mixtape, available August 3rd, 2010. In addition to the mighty J-Boogie, the mixtape features a who’s who of underground and independent artists including Lyrics Born, Bassnectar, Crown City Rockers, DJ Vadim, Bunny Mack,Sola Rosa, Brass Mafia and many others.
The mixtape, simply titled, ‘AIMATHEDREAMERMIXTAPE featuring J-BOOGIE’ takes the listener on a musical roller coaster with vibes ranging from straight up Hip-Hop and Rap to Funky Soul and Electronica-infused R & B.
Aima the Dreamer – Hip Hop Her (JBoogie’s Timbaland rmx)
Brass Mafia – Nasty Boys f. Emily Schmidt and Aima the Dreamer
J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science – Out to the Bay f. Capitol A & Aima the Dreamer
Raashan Ahmad – Breath f. Aima the Dreamer
Aima the Dreamer – Sound the Alarm (JBoogie’s JA rmx)
Goddess Alchemy Project – Lustre Queens f. Aima the Dreamer
Crown City Rockers – Clap Your Hands f. Aima the Dreamer
J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science – Revolution f. Lyrics Born & The Mamaz (Vadim rmx)
Bassnectar – West Coast Lo Fi Rides Again (J-Boogie remix f. Aima the Dreamer)
J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science – Leave It All Behind f. The Rebirth & Aima the Dreamer
Sola Rosa – All You Need f. Aima the Dreamer (Jboogie SOS rmx)
Aima the Dreamer – Step Back
The Mamaz – Scandalous
Crown City Rockers – Bom Bom f. Aima the Dreamer
The Mamaz – Therapy (Jboogie Izza Kizza rmx)
DJ Vadim – Talk To Me (JBoogie rmx f. The Mamaz)
Aima the Dreamer – Rattle (JBoogie Concumbia rmx)
DJ Emancipacion – What’s My Name? f. Aima the Dreamer
Fred Everything & JT Donaldson Memories f. Aima the Dreamer
Bunny Mack – Let Me Love You f. Aima the Dreamer (JBoogie Step Now Leftism rmx)
J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science – Type of Girl f The Mamaz (JBoogie Zombie Jerk rmx)
Dj Moar Love f. Aïma the Dreamer
We first set shore in Delphia Anartica which is known for its 5 star restaurants and very exclusive nightlife. Staying at the the Snow Hotel we ventured our way down the spiral staircase carved out from glacial ice venturing in a dark tunnel that connected to a lush red lounge. The lounge was full of the mysterious; a sense of uniqueness that was unidentifiable to the naked eye. I looked up and realized i was listening to the sounds of Pezzner. Was this just a dream?
Dirty Vegas just passed us an exclusive “Electric” podcast. Representing their eclectic taste, the Dirty Vegas mix is an all around party mix featuring pop tunes along side dance anthems by Robyn, Shit Robot, Underworld, Groove Armada and many more. They even throw down some Hall & Oats!
The new album, “Electic Love”,comes out in April. Steve, Ben, and Paul will be hitting the road including dates at SxSW, WMC, and UMF Week. UPCOMINGDATES
March 10th – Miami, FL @ GUESS Lincoln Road
(Acoustic In-Store) | 5pm-7pm | Free w/ RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
March 10th – Miami, FL @ The Setai
An Intimate Evening With Dirty Vegas | Free with RSVP.
March 16th – Austin, TX @ The W Terrace
Om Showcase | Invite Only
March 24th – Miami, FL @ The New World Center
Performing with a 30 Piece Orchestra. Tickets Available here
Before there was the recent wave of Dubsteppers, there was Ming & FS. The group fused hip hop, breaks, electro and dub beats to create a genre mashup (early dubstep) with titles like, “Hell’s Kitchen”, “Uncle Bubble”, “Hijack Disco” and many others. Ming has been recently doing remixes for people and looks like FS is also back now on the bass scene with this big dubstep remix of Nicki Minaj “Massive Attack”.
Download the track and pick up his new EP “Yup / Touch O Klass” out now.
It has been a interesting month in the Rocket Empire camp…lots of changes, all good, and perhaps this is why the mix is more upbeat, and full of color…as compared to the usual mixes that Dave Dish puts together. Starting off with a classic by Soulstice, and then covering more ground with artists like K&D, Telepopmusik, and Mono, this mix is made for the early mornings or late nights. Having run a contest on his Facebook page, Dave decided to let the fans have a go at naming the mix, the best title was supplied by Alberto Ferrante based in London,England. It’s nice to give something back to the fans, and allow them to be a part of the creative process.
Soulstice “Fall Into You”
Nightgrooves Sao Paulo “I Know”
Telepopmusik “Love’s Almighty”
Nightgrooves Sao Paulo “Urban Sounds”
Tiefschwarz “Bye Bye Baby”
Kruder & Dorfmeister “Shakatakadoodud”
Rocket Empire “Burr Dub”