On the heels of down under, Perth, Australia is home to DJ/Producer Guy Contact, a stomping ground to augment and expand the “Sounds from the Ecosystem”.
He’s the founding father of one of the biggest and most relevant groups for electronic music-diggers, where people can dive into the beauty of hidden gems, from the early days of House Music up to the present.
There’s something about Mike and Joginda’s music that catches the attention right away – their flow’s probably stronger and faster than any river issues into the sea and there are quite some rivers in their hometown Rotterdam.
Maybe it needed a move to finally step into the limelight. Maybe it needed the width, ironically speaking, of a Stockholm apartment to finish his first EP.
It’s been a moment since Ponty Mython, Alex Pletnev’s anagram alias and one of the many monikers the artist calls his own, drops his first full EP, Onimano X991, after having taken some time off, at least from producing more housier music.
Southern Germany or Munich may not be the first area or city you think about when speaking of House music, but indeed one of the scene’s most interesting artists set up shops there and keeps on delivering one classic tune after another.
Perhaps the botanist and DJ/producer combination was mint to be actualized through Lawrence – a director of the tulip and the turn-up.
Releases on Desert Sound Colony’s Holding Hands and DJ Autumn’s Banoffee Pies have made Oliver Gallegos a driving force if not to say an innovator of the UK’s electronic music scene