My Favorite Robot will release their first official mix, Crossing Wires 001, on June 10th. Included with the original is an additional 15 new and exclusive tracks from the Robots themselves as well as the likes of Fairmont, Timo Maas, Alan Fitzpatrick, Inxec & Droog and plenty of others. The album will be released on both CD and digital, but in the mean time here is "They Wos's" a track made by Culprit head men Droog and Munich based Tech House producer Inxec. This is the perfect CONTINUE READING
Culprit LA has been producing some amazing work since its launch in 2009 and has definitely been attracting attention Southern California’s way. As a Los Angeles based label, Culprit LA has done an incredible job of making their mark with new and innovative sounds. As they search the globe to seek undiscovered and creative talent, they have come upon Nicolas Abalos aka Shall Ocin/Paneoh in Europe on their most recent trip. Nicolas began his career in Valencia, Spain where he began to produce CONTINUE READING
After the huge success of last year’s Soul Clap Social Experiment compilation, electronic music heavyweights and No. 19 Music label owners Art Department compile and mix the latest installment in the label's vinyl album series. Here we have a Sunday morning taster of the album, a new track featuring original material from My Favorite Robot & Art Department together. From the start of the teaser I get thrown into a very dark place with a deep bassline that overpowers all other sounds CONTINUE READING
My Favorite Robot Records can do little wrong at the moment: whether it be their foray into album releases with Jori Hulkkonen (to be followed by Fairmont), their string of stellar singles this summer or their much hyped label showcase parties all eyes are certainly on this consistently excellent Canadian based label. Now the MFRR team look to join forces once again with Berlin based Puerto Rican producer Jonny Cruz, the man who provided the superb ‘Street Disco EP’ for the label CONTINUE READING
The zenith of the summer season is upon us, which means open-air parties are all the rage, with enticing events popping up everywhere (MS/DS being just one of them). Upholding their commitment to only top quality al fresco entertainment, the Culprit team is back at the Standard next Sunday with a very worthwhile group of Djs plotting to set the rooftop ablaze (not literally, of course).
Continuing their obvious affection for Canadian talent is the fast-rising My Favorite Robot trio. Very CONTINUE READING
Following the smash hit Summer Beach Edition Compilation and Dinkys positively carnivalesque Time to Lose EP, Visionquests latest collection showcases the label at its curatorial best. Offering up three elegant tracks from across the broad spectrum of dance-oriented electronica. The inspiring juxtaposition of David K, My Favorite Robot and Mirko Loko together on the Fall/Winter Collection works to create a remarkably unified whole, a versatile remarkable collection for the ensuing darkening months. CONTINUE READING