It’s only been March when Christian Löffler released his album Lys, but these days it feels like eternity.
Nine and a half months ago Permanent Vacation co-label founder Benjamin Fröhlich released his nine tracker Amiata, music to ease your mind or to drift away on the dance floor and around.
Raynor de Groot and Emiel van den Dungen better know under their Tunnelvisions moniker remained true to their tropical influences and released their six track comprising album ‘Channel Tropico’ on Atomnation in September.
When Kristian Rädle and Frank Wiedemann announced their debut album ‘Dream House’ on Innervisions last year critiques, music enthusiasts as well as artists collectively jumped for joy eagerly awaiting the eleven-track-comprising musical ‘earthquake’ emphasizing the gentle side of electronic music’s prolific duo.
Blast from the past Scottish sensation Franz Ferdinand came back to the present after a five year hiatus, with ‘Always Ascending’ – an electro-discoesque, pop-rock album that very much holds on tight to what made Franz Ferdinand Franz Ferdinand.
Living in the South of Italy, Catania based DJ and producer Toto Chiavetta returns to Osúnlade’s label Yoruba Records and releases the ‘Nagnu Jubo Remixes EP’.
With an impressive list of releases from Nous’Klaer audio, it’s no surprise that Maarten Mittendorff’s remix is no different.
Not long after the original’s release in early March, Howling’s ‘Phases’ is remixed by Toto Chiavetta and Alex.Do. Already a staple in both Dixon and Ame’s sets, Chiavetta’s remixes are a unique reinvention.