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.
As a music enthusiast, a follower of the scene and arts one has certainly come across one of the many early aliases, like Transitive Elements, Riviera Kidz or Deep Choice, of Italian House music mainstay Enrico Mantini.
Appreciated for music that Len Lewis himself qualfies as Sinister Techhouse, shortly SiTh, the Londoner started to dedicate his life entirely to music a couple of months ago, after he had taken a break for nearly 15 years from the scene.
He’s been a mainstay of the electronic music scene for more than a decade, still or for this very reason his productions sound as fresh and innovative as they do in the present. He’s taken us on several voyages.
The Peruvian-raised and Berlin-grown artist, Sofia Kourtesis, puts her kiddy cats away for the hour to discuss her drive behind the cause, her musical upbringings, and the prospective threads she seeks.
Thanks to the pandemic it’s only four years from now until Hudd Traxx will celebrate its 20th anniversary even when the label of perfectionist Eddie Leader has its 15 year compilation called Here & Now these days.
Jexy is around the corner. Jexy or rather It’s Me, Jexy – the third album and successor of Jex Opolis’ ‘midlife crisis’ album Net Worth that came out on his Good Timin’ label in 2020.