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Timo Maas – Crossing Wires 002 (Various Artists)

Timo Maas – Crossing Wires 002 (Various Artists) Comments

My Favorite Robot Records has just released the full preview of Timo Maas' Crossing Wires 002 compilation and it's HUGE! Take a look at the MFR 102 press release to get more insight into the prowess of highly coveted deejay, selecta and underground mogul. Following on from the inaugural Crossing Wires compilation by Toronto trio My Favorite Robot, next to mix it up for the exciting series is global electronic music icon Timo Maas. Still riding high off the success of his latest and greatest CONTINUE READING
GIVEAWAY || The BPM Festival Releases Its First Compilation ‘BPM001 Mixed By Art Department’ On No. 19 Music

GIVEAWAY || The BPM Festival Releases Its First Compilation ‘BPM001 Mixed By Art Department’ On No. 19 Music Comments

The BPM Festival and No.19 Music are proud to announce the release of the first official compilation album from Mexico’s hugely successful annual electronic music festival, compiled & mixed by the one and only Art Department. The compilation is the first chapter in a planned series that will see two editions a year from some of the festival’s favorite artists and who better to kick things off than the BPM linchpins Art Department, who draw their close bond with the festival to deliver CONTINUE READING
BPM Showcase Spotlights – No. 19 Music Social Experiment – 01.05.14

BPM Showcase Spotlights – No. 19 Music Social Experiment – 01.05.14 Comments

On January 5th No. 19 Records presents The No. 19 Music Social Experiment, an all-day music extravaganza that offers some of the finest blocks of talent The BPM festival has to offer. It all begins at Mamitas with Art Department, My Favorite Robot (Live), Nitin,  Louie Fresco feat. Aquarius Heaven (Live), Brohn, as well as special guests. Art Department will provide the always delectable headlining set but I am most excited to witness a rare live performance from My Favorite Robot, who CONTINUE READING
FRAME^WORK- Halloween Night with Art Department and Lauren Lane

FRAME^WORK- Halloween Night with Art Department and Lauren Lane Comments

There isn't much I need to say about the best Halloween option in all of Los Angeles, besides that it is  freaken Art Department !!!. The No. 19 label bosses are in town and I couldn't think of a more appropriate booking for Sound on Halloween. This will be a deep and dark set, so be sure not to half ass the costumes and don't be afraid to get a little weird. Warming things up is the lovely Lauren Lane and she will be sure to set the vibe right. Art Department are heavy hitters on labels such CONTINUE READING
Word With | My Favorite Robot

Word With | My Favorite Robot Comments

The Toronto based trio My Favorite Robot has risen through the musical ranks since their 2009 debut to become one of the most highly respected production outfits around. The pairing of James Teej, Jared Simms and Voytek Korab seems to be a match made in heaven with the MFR team running a highly successful label, touring the world with label showcases at the likes of The BPM Festival, Winter Music Conference and Sonar Festival, and creating stunning original music and remixes for labels CONTINUE READING
Sound – Frame^work & LED | Jesse Rose and Jon Charnis

Sound – Frame^work & LED | Jesse Rose and Jon Charnis Comments

Born and raised on Motown Soul, Jazz and 80’s funk, Jesse Rose is a name that is well established throughout the music industry. Originally based in London, Jesse made his way to Bristol playing alongside fellow friend/artist Jamie Anderson, where he was able to develop his true passion and understanding of music Later moving back home to London, Jesse found his position among the music industry supporting and representing his particular blend of Chicago house and early Detroit techno sounds. CONTINUE READING
Maxxi Soundsystem | La Cave | Modern Disco Ambassadors

Maxxi Soundsystem | La Cave | Modern Disco Ambassadors Comments

  Hope everyone had a fantastic weekend; Modern Disco Ambassadors has another phenomenal act by the name of Sam Watts a.k.a. ‘Maxxi Soundsystem’, for their next session of La Cave Wednesdays. This U.K. phenomenon first began his career with the club banger ‘Criticize’, which was immediately blown up after being supported on Annie Mac’s Radio 1. His first was released on Nurvous Records based in NYC, followed by another magnificent piece of work called ‘Open Your Eyes’, on Jamie Jones’ CONTINUE READING

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