• New mix for Fall. Some of my fav tracks right now plus a new unreleased Bear Mountain Remix. Come see me and Donné DJ our new monthly Sundays at 303 Columbia in Vancouver.

    Tracklisting //

    N’to - Every Wall Is A Door (Original Mix)
    Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs - Waulking Song
    Kill Frenzy - All Night Long (Original Mix)
    Ghostea - Breathing Room (Original Mix)
    Kill Frenzy - No Panties (Original Mix)
    Kill Frenzy - For The Ladies (Original Mix)
    Claude VonStroke - Sugar And Cinnamon Feat. Barry Drift (Justin Jay Remix)
    Gregor Salto, Mokoomba - Messe Messe (Original Mix)
    Rampa - Everything Feat. Meggy (Original Mix)
    Doorly, Shadow Child - Piano Weapon (Instrumental)
    Nina Kraviz - Ghetto Kraviz (Amine Edge Edit)
    Blackbird Blackbird - Tangerine Sky (Bear Mountain Remix)
    Doorly - Don’t Worry About It (Original Mix)
    Tiga - Bugatti (Original Mix)
    Claude VonStroke - CaliFuture Feat. Barry Drift (Original Mix)
    Caribou - Our Love (Original Mix)
    Hermanez - Innersphere (Original Mix)
    Hot Since 82 - Harmon (Original Mix)
    Few Nolder - Clouds (Boso Reversion)

  • Nadia Nair´s debut single - Bon Voyage.

    Written by:
    Nadia Nair, Victor Rådström

    Music Prod:
    Victor Rådström

    Adam Salomon-

  • What began as a solo project for songwriter Max Greenhalgh has since evolved into a 4 piece psychedelic indie pop outfit, filled out by the San Diegan boys Bryce Outcault (guitar and keys), Zach Elliot (drums), and Ryan Linvill (tenor sax). Focusing on rhythm and melody, Greenhalgh’s loop-based ideas are reworked through collaborative effort into full-band, groove-based pop tunes. The Inspired and the Sleep name was originally kindled by the dissonant nature of insomnia, “Inspired” being the exciting, creative experience nurtured by late night anxieties, and the “Sleep” representing the stagnant, depressive aftermath of a disrupted balance. Focused on continuous reinvention, the San Diego band is moving towards a refined approach to constructing tunes with enhanced production while hinting towards Greenhalgh’s previous lo-fi ponderings.

  • Brand new song from Close Talker’s upcoming album “Flux” available in North America on November 4th!

    October 16 – The Slice, Lethbridge, AB
    October 25 – Prairieland Park, Saskatoon, SK
    November 12 – Piano’s, New York, NY
    November 13 – Spikehill, Brooklyn, NY
    November 14 – The Garrison, Toronto, ON (http://on.fb.me/1suMbYa)
    November 17 – The Casbah, Hamilton, ON
    November 18 – Clark Hall Queens University, Kingston, ON
    November 19 – Mavericks, Ottawa, ON*
    November 20 – La Source, Quebec City, QC
    November 21 – O Patro Vys, Montreal, QC (M For Montreal)
    November 25 – Hotel Café, Los Angeles, CA
    November 26 – Hotel Utah, San Francisco, CA
    November 29 – Biltmore Cabaret, Vancouver, BC
    November 30 – White Eagle, Portland, OR
    December 01 – Rendezvous, Seattle, WA
    December 02 – Lucky Bar, Victoria, BC
    December 03 – Habitat, Kelowna, BC
    December 05 – The Palomino Smokehouse, Calgary, AB
    December 06 – The Starlite, Edmonton, AB
    December 11 – The Exchange, Regina, SK
    December 12 – Capitol Music Club, Saskatoon, SK
    * w/ High Ends



    Thanks to the 2012 Oscar-winning documentary ‘Searching For Sugarman’, the incredible tale of American recording artist Sixto ‘Jesús’ Rodriguez has been heard by millions of music fans worldwide.

    Unheard of, forgotten, virtually ignored in the US, Rodriguez was revered and idolized in South Africa, where his censored ‘Cold Fact’ album became a political touchstone for thousands of South Africans fed up of apartheid and racial inequality in their country.


    Themselves one of the most successful recording artists in South African history, live electronic band and MTV winners Goldfish have chosen to celebrate Rodriguez’ work ahead of their US tour by remixing ‘Sugar Man’ from ‘Cold Fact’.

    The pair’s reworking is as sensitive to the original subject as it is beautiful. For those fearing an EDM revamping, nothing could be further from the truth. The deep, dreamy remix is testament not only to Goldfish’s high-end production and composition skills, but also their close affinity to and understanding of the track. The hazy, heady, almost hallucinogenic spirit of Rodriguez’ ‘Sugar Man’ is still very much intact, in parts stripped down to a few lush piano chords, other times sweeping the listener up in a warm envelope of sound and emotion, Rodriguez’ haunting vocals guiding the single the entire time.

    Dave Poole and Dominic Peters, who fly out to Rodriguez’ home country after their sold out ADE Special with Bakermat this Thursday, (available to view live on Be At TV here) spoke about why they decided to pay tribute to one of South Africa’s highest grossing artists.

    “Going over to America as South Africans, it made sense to highlight the biggest connection for us between the two countries.” Poole said. “For any South African, Rodriguez is as legendary as they come and we all grew up knowing his music. He’s an icon.”

    For decades, South African fans thought the folk singer had committed suicide. Wild rumours circulated varying from him shooting his brains out on stage, to setting himself on fire in front of a horrified audience. The truth, it turned out, was that the man ‘Cold Fact’ co-producer Mike Theodore deemed “better than Dylan” was working as a construction worker in Detroit. A curious and enigmatic figure, he had absolutely no idea of the impact or commercial success he’d enjoyed thousands of miles away on another continent.

    “It’s kind of crazy thinking about just how influential Rodriguez has been on generations of South Africans – including us,” Peters said, “and he never knew a thing about it. For us there was no better way to show our love and appreciation for a man that really was only about the music, than to put our twist on one of his greatest tracks. We hope people enjoy it and we hope that it introduces his music to a whole new audience in the process.”

    For more information on Goldfish and to find out how to buy tickets to dates across the tour, visit www.GoldfishLive.com
    [Mixed by www.facebook.com/MixedbyNikodemMilewski]

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    James Bay:

    Original: James Bay - Let It Go

  • Cello performed by Yoshi Oshiro

  • Children of the sun, here comes our latest musical creation. An edit of Angus & Julia Stone’s brand new song „Grizzly Bear“ from Australia. Perfect for enjoying the summer with a cool drink and relaxing the human mind. On the rooftop, in the park or at the lake…

  • Dot Major Remix of Ásgeir’s track ‘King and Cross’ from the deluxe limited edition of the album ‘In The Silence’, set for release in Europe 24 November 2014.

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    Triple pack CD: http://bit.ly/asgeir-itsde-oli
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    Google Play: http://smarturl.it/Asgeir-Deluxe-Google

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