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M.U.M & FLOW:MNGMNT Proudly Presents "Miami Sessions with F.Sonik-M.U.M Episode 108
Rod B. & Alvaro Garfunk bring you the Miami Underground Movement




F.SONIK

 

The name of F.Sonik continuously pops up on the wish lists of electronic music aficionados in the region. Launching career with the Ghettotek live-act, later joining SDJF initiative and Flow Management, he already established himself as an unique deejay who is not afraid of such challenges as combining Slovenia's landmark techno heritage with some progressive spices. He already transferred some of this who-dares-wins spirit in his own productions, Something New (ft. Tomy DeClerque) being the most successful so far. This track, which immediately gained support of Umek and was already played on BBC Radio 1, predicts the series of fresh releases in 2008. So you better watch out for this guy!

 

Aleš Furlan alias F.Sonik became involved in electronic dance culture on account of one very innocent occurrence in his youth. And it’s a sole fault of his brother that he ended taming the decks, mixers and effects night after night. “It all started when he brought home some studio mixer and Akai sampler,” remembers F.Sonik “Just a few days later I knew I wanted to produce electronic and become a deejay and I was hooked ever since. I started gathering information about the scene, artists, clubs, music and the whole electronic movement. Living on the Slovenian Riviera it was natural to be influenced by Ambasada Gavioli club as I started attending Valentino Kanzyani’s matinees and performances of leading electronic artists on the regular basis.”

 

It was his friend Alessio who helped him with the first steps: "He was caught by this bug well before me, so he already learned to mix and could thought me a thing or two. I still remember how I use to hang out at his parents house everyday struggling to beat-match the records. And after I started performing he even lent me his records." Shortly after that they teamed up for the live performances. "We've named ourselves Ghettotek. Alessio was mixing the records and I was in charge of putting in some effects. This way I got to perform in most of the hip Slovenian clubs even before my solo career really took off."

 

Thriving on a strong and globally accomplished techno heritage Slovenian electronic scene is still heavily directed by techno. But being influenced by the Global Underground music philosophy F.Sonik dared to go where only a few artists in the region dared before him – he decided he will combine the techno heritage with melodic progressive sounds: "Even Umek was there somewhere, but as he was pure techno deejay back then and I was more into progressive stuff, it were the likes of Sasha, Deep Dish and Steve Lawler that have inspired me the most," admits the young artist.


F.Sonik successfully transferred his unique vision of dance music, built on techno and blended with some emotionally rich proggy landscapes, into his own tunes. As a producer he gained the most attention with the track titled Something New, which he produced in collaboration with his musical guru Tomy DeClerque. “We’ve connected really good in the studio, so it was a really good feeling when Umek supported our first track including it in his Essential Mix even before it was officially released. That really inspired us and we already work on a bunch of new tracks,” announces F.Sonik...F.SONIK

 

The name of F.Sonik continuously pops up on the wish lists of electronic music aficionados in the region. Launching career with the Ghettotek live-act, later joining SDJF initiative and Flow Management, he already established himself as an unique deejay who is not afraid of such challenges as combining Slovenia's landmark techno heritage with some progressive spices. He already transferred some of this who-dares-wins spirit in his own productions, Something New (ft. Tomy DeClerque) being the most successful so far. This track, which immediately gained support of Umek and was already played on BBC Radio 1, predicts the series of fresh releases in 2008. So you better watch out for this guy!

 

Aleš Furlan alias F.Sonik became involved in electronic dance culture on account of one very innocent occurrence in his youth. And its a sole fault of his brother that he ended taming the decks, mixers and effects night after night. It all started when he brought home some studio mixer and Akai sampler, remembers F.Sonik Just a few days later I knew I wanted to produce electronic and become a deejay and I was hooked ever since. I started gathering information about the scene, artists, clubs, music and the whole electronic movement. Living on the Slovenian Riviera it was natural to be influenced by Ambasada Gavioli club as I started attending Valentino Kanzyanis matinees and performances of leading electronic artists on the regular basis.

 

It was his friend Alessio who helped him with the first steps: "He was caught by this bug well before me, so he already learned to mix and could thought me a thing or two. I still remember how I use to hang out at his parents house everyday struggling to beat-match the records. And after I started performing he even lent me his records." Shortly after that they teamed up for the live performances. "We've named ourselves Ghettotek. Alessio was mixing the records and I was in charge of putting in some effects. This way I got to perform in most of the hip Slovenian clubs even before my solo career really took off."

 

Thriving on a strong and globally accomplished techno heritage Slovenian electronic scene is still heavily directed by techno. But being influenced by the Global Underground music philosophy F.Sonik dared to go where only a few artists in the region dared before him he decided he will combine the techno heritage with melodic progressive sounds: "Even Umek was there somewhere, but as he was pure techno deejay back then and I was more into progressive stuff, it were the likes of Sasha, Deep Dish and Steve Lawler that have inspired me the most," admits the young artist.


F.Sonik successfully transferred his unique vision of dance music, built on techno and blended with some emotionally rich proggy landscapes, into his own tunes. As a producer he gained the most attention with the track titled Something New, which he produced in collaboration with his musical guru Tomy DeClerque.
Weve connected really good in the studio, so it was a really good feeling when Umek supported our first track including it in his Essential Mix even before it was officially released. That really inspired us and we already work on a bunch of new tracks, announces F.Sonik...

Direct download: Miami_Sessions_with_F.Sonik_1.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:06pm EDT

M.U.M & 1605 Sessions Presents Miami Sessions with Umek_Live@Awakenings_Amsterdam-M.U.M Episode 107
Rod B. & Alvaro Garfunk bring you the Miami Underground Movement

DJ UMEK

Uroš Umek is internationally acclaimed music producer from Slovenia, seducing the masses with his own music blend for more than a decade. Always on the look for new sounds and determined to challenge every existing cliché in music industry, he managed to define his own vision of vanguard techno. Sure, this would not happen without the support of his loyal peers who’ve joined him on the production platforms such as Recycled Loops, Consumer Recreation and Astrodisco, with which they defined “Slovenian techno sound and successfully invested it as an important driving force on the global club scene.

The year 2007 marked the beginning of new chapter in Umek’s music career. After spending enormous amount of time and artistic energy bringing his characteristics sound to the whole new level, he presented new international music therapy called 1605 – Sixteenofive. No doubt this was a very risky move for such an established artist as DJ Umek. But it was the only way for him to stay on top of the game. And it seems he picked up the right decision at the crucial time: the response to his new vision of electronic dance music from his peers, critics, media and most importantly his fans is great and his productions are supported by some top dogs in the industry.

Umek recent productions include highly acclaimed club releases such as Overtake & Command, Ricochet Effect, Another Matter Entirely and Faithful Nights, but it were MTV supported hit singles Posing as Me and Carbon Occasions that stirred the most media attention and crossed over to the daily radio stations. Umek’s releases were lately included on the premiere club compilations mixed by artists such as Sander Kleinenberg, Judge Jules, Eddie Halliwell, John Digweed, M.I.K.E. or Carl Cox. He was amongst the headliners of esteemed summer music festivals such as Primavera, Monegros or Dance Valley and he conquered the South America on the joint tour with Valentino Kanzyani and Marko Nastić once more. And this was only the introduction in the Umek’s year 2008, when he plans to finally present long expected new artist album and his own live band.


Intro
01. Umek vs. Ramirez - Hablando "1605"
02. Dennes Deen - Break It Up "MB Elektronics"
03. Kevin Gorman - Insomnia  (Joseph Capriati remix) "Mikrowave"
04. Umek - Destructable Environet ( Loco & Jam remix ) "1605"
05. Alex D Elia & Nihil Young - Aurality (Sinisa Lukic remix)
06. Tom Sawyer - Dictator (DJ Cyberx remix) "Atsuo"
07. Flex - Hydrometrik (Piatto remix) "Italobusiness"
08. Adam Beyer, Par Grindvik - Living Weel "Drumcode"
09. Khainz - Low Frequency Oscillator "Plastic Park"
10. Wehbba and Ryo Peres - Us On Tape
11. Umek - 5
12. Electric Rescue - Astropolis "Skryptom"Division Virtuel"
13. Kemko - One Pirate On The Way "Division Virtuel"
14. Volta, Salvatore Freda - Tiramisu "Area Remote"
15. Christian Smith, Reset Robot - Elixir
16. Secret Cinema - Jazz Me "Cocoon"
17. Gideon - Do Not Leave The Tap Running "Lessismorerecordings"
18. Egor Boss - Tricked (Andrea Roma remix) "Italobusiness"
19. Unknown - Superstrobe
20. Dubfire - Rabid "Sci+Tec"
21. Compact Grey - The Game (Christian Fischer remix) "Definition Records"

Direct download: Miami_Sessions_with_Umek_LiveAwakenings_Amsterdam_1.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:48am EDT

M.U.M Presents "Miami Sessions with MARSHALL aka Luigi Rocca "-M.U.M Episode 106
Rod B. & Alvaro Garfunk bring you the Miami Underground Movement



About MARSHALL aka Luigi Rocca


Luigi Rocca, Also Knowed as Marshall, is an internationally renowned and respected DJ/producer With Over Then 30 Releases, Mostly Ranging From Techno To Tech House, He Is Supported, Playlisted And Charted By Many Djs Around The Globe. Danny Tenaglia, Tiesto, Richie Hawtin, Dubfire, Ricardo Villalobos, Steve Angello, Funkagenda, Oliver Koletzky, Audiojack, David Amo & Julio Navas and More.

In the last year he gained the Beatport Overall 1st Place with “Swahili Song” And 6 Beatport Top Ten In Tech House, Techno, Minimal and Deep House Genres (“Keep It Real” in Beatport Minimal Top Ten, “Turin Quality Clubbing” In Beatport Tech House Top Ten, “Caribean (Marshall & Libex Rmx)” In Beatport Techno Top Ten, “Something Good” in Beatport Deep House Top Ten, “Black Conga” In Beatport Tech House Top Ten, “Swahili Song” Beatport Overall 1st Place)

Outside The Club, He Is The Co-Owner Of 303Lovers And Hotfingers Music Labels With Alex Kenji And Marshall And Since Their Launch (August 2007) They Have Sold More Than 50000 Units In Digital St
Direct download: Miami_Sessions_with_MARSHALL_aka_Luigi_Rocca_1.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:18pm EDT

M.U.M & FLOW:MNGMNT Presents "Miami Sessions with Roman Gertz"-M.U.M Episode 105
Rod B. & Alvaro Garfunk bring you the Miami Underground Movement






Who is ROMAN GERTZ...

The Main winner of Global Gathering contest...
The owner of TOPDJ rating award "Best Release" 2008/2009 (2nd place)...
Winner of Urban Wave All Stars competition...
Resident DJ of "Madness TECHNOlogy" parties at "Saxon Club"...

After his 1st year of producing music Roman has successful releases and upcoming production on labels Stereo Seven Plus (IT), Italo Business (IT), Piso Records (UK), Cubism (UK), Physical Gravity (UK), Perfect Groove (UA), Speca Records (UA)

DJ Download wrote:
"Roman Gertz is a fresh talent from Ukraine, he has been pleasing the dance music lovers for over 2 years. And his recent releases on Speca records are gaining big chart success, so watch out this fast rising talent..."

Playlist:

01 Loco & Jam - Code Red (Original Mix) [1605]
02 Roman Gertz - Jam Signal (Original Mix) [Frequenza Promo]
03 Piatto - Evil Live (Original Mix) [1605]
04 Anderson Noise - Deputamadre (Nihil Young & Alex D'Elia Remix) [Sleaze Records]
05 Tomy DeClerque - Planned History (Roman Gertz Remix) [1605 Promo]
06 Squoid & Alex D'Elia - Statler (Original Mix) [Frequenza]
07 Yammy Yammy Toyz & Topspin - Arizona (Special Kind Remix) [Vibra Macz]
08 Soliquid - Taipei Pocok Salata (Dub Mix) [Baroque Records]
09 Khainz - Low Frequency Oscillator (Original Mix) [Plastik Park Records]
10 Roman Gertz - Shadows Master (ThreeSixty & Hauswerks Remix) [Binary404.com Promo]
Direct download: Miami_Sessions_with_Roman_Gertz_1.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:13pm EDT

 



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