Corinda, Rancido‘s moniker for deeply influenced African music, and Afrotura make their appearance to the scene with a homage to rhythm-based deeply rooted House music that goes back to the origins of mankind.
The six-track ‘Hurricane EP’ gives a platform to Alex Niggemann’s alter ego, The Shadow Self. In addition to vocals by Fabian Kuss, the collection includes remixes by heavyweights Deetron and Denis Horvat.
Having an obsession with Sushi, Toto Chiavetta does not only have an exquisite taste in quality dishes, but also has a hand for tasty electronic music. With an album on Osunlade‘s label Yoruba Soul as well as an EP at the end of last year on Innervisions the full time musician has shortly moved into the scene‘s spotlight.
Both Guy Gerber and Deniz Kurtel are no strangers to the underground electronic music scene, so it is to be expected that after two years of circulation, music lovers are anxious for the release of their most recent single, ‘Here Comes the Rain’.
Conquering the scene in no time Eagles & Butterflies is currently LA‘s finest export when it comes to contemporary electronic music. The Brit has released on imprints such as Innervisions, Bedrock Records and set up his own label ‘Art Imitating Life‘.
Steffen Berkahn alias Dixon – the Innervisions label-head – made his appearance at Day Zero – Damian Lazarus’ groundbreaking BPM-Festival off-event – right before the sunrise, delivering a quite powerful and drum-fueled set.
Kristian from Âme (Innervisions) joined Damian Lazaros’ BPM Festival off-event ‘Day Zero’ on Friday 13th and delivered a set in the heart of a Tulumian cenote, setting a much darker tone for the laser-fueled Day Zero Event.