When speaking of electronic music in Serbia or Croatia the name Kristijan Molnar is mentioned in the same breath. The Belgrade resident runs one of Serbia’s most important radio shows, ‘Christallization’, hosts events at famous nightlife institutions such as Klub 20/44, Drugstore in Belgrade or Masters in Zagreb.
Buenos Aires resident Santiago Garcia’s name resounds throughout the land ever since renowned artists from the Innervisions crew discovered his rhythmical driven and melodically touched music.
Copenhagen resident Denis Horvat might like to sweep the floor but certainly not the dance floor and with his latest top10 the Afterlife artist will not let that happen.
Raphael Ripperton just released his third album called ‘Sight Seeing’ on ESP Institute. Therefore the Swizz DJ and producer chose a different approach in terms of music and came up with a rather laid back sound.
Paris resident BOg has made a name for himself in the electronic music scene over the past years. With releases on Innervisions, Bedrock or his very own label Atlant the DJ and producer could place his music in the record bags of nearly anyone connected to the more melodic and club-oriented sound.
‘The Last Dance’ in its name alone carries weight – a last dance, danced by every music-loving party-goer on the planet, rises to the surface of our memory.
After releasing his debut EP ‘Consciously Isolated’ on ATLANT last year Impérieux returns to BOg’s label with a four tracker called ‘Culture Mess’ that emphasizes his exquiste taste in selecting soundscapes and piecing them together to extraordinary compositions.
When speaking of House-Music the name Charles Webster is inevitable, but that only depicts one musical side of the British DJ and producer who currently lives in South Africa and loves to dedicate himself to downtempo and jazz music as well.