Hot Since 82 redefined what it might mean to ‘swab the deck’ during his live streamed set aboard a pirate ship in Ibiza.
The near two-hour effort transported the house music heavyweight from the Balearic clubs that so commonly provide the platforms for DJs’ live performances on the White Island, and onto the sea, where the waters plunged as deep as the beats that Hot Since 82 doled out. With the producer’s family and friends aboard the intimate vessel, it’s safe to say that no mutinies transpired.
Though Morocco’s Oasis Festival is less than a month away from its Atlas mountains descent, the festival’s continuing to pull from its bag of tricks, and has recently announced yet another new wave of artists for the September 14-16 edition. The festival’s rounded out its bill with the addition of Sasha, Hot Since 82, Joy Orbison, Cinthie and more, who are joining a bevy of legendary acts like Carl Cox, DJ Koze, Peggy Gou, The Black Madonna and many, many more.
Alongside the Grammy-nominated producer Sasha and Knee Deep in Sound label head Hot Since 82, comes the addition of Joy Orbison, who’s revered in the UK for his sensational bass and techno. Additional adds include Alex Niggemann, who will be joining Amine K and Denis Horvat for a b2b2b set, as well as the Chicago house hero. Boo Williams, a special b2b set from Berlin’s own Cinthie, and more.
Along with the lineup additions, Oasis Festival has announced the inaugural “Welcome to the Kingdom” program, which intends to create a cultural, creative, and immersive space and will be curated by the acclaimed Moroccan fashion designer, Amine Bendriouich.
Anyone remotely interested in dance music has probably heard of Deep Dish at some point. Though the duo — made of Dubfire and Sharam — went their separate ways in 2006 and have since evolved drastically in style, they were easily one of THE most iconic duos in dance music history, and largely credited for helping bring dance music into the mainstream when they were at the top.
They had a brief reunion in 2014, but have remained firm in their decision to continue on as separate entities. That’s why fans of the legendary group will be happy to know that the chance has risen once more to see these two behind the decks as one come July 13. Hot Since 82 has managed to reunite Deep Dish for a special edition of his Labyrinth night at Pacha, where they will be headlining.
The appearance comes at almost the exact two-decade mark since Deep Dish made their debut at the famed Ibiza superclub.
One of Britain’s most decorated producers, Hot Since 82, has just shared a collaborative track, “Buggin’” with London-based Jem Cooke, foreshadowing his new album, 8-track, with gusto.
While the HS82 project officially hatched in 2011, the artist was formerly known in smaller circles by his real name, Daley Padley, playing 10+–hour DJ sets around Leeds and London since he was just a teenager. HS82 drove his way to deep house stardom with chart-topping releases like “Knee Deep In Louise” and his remix of Green Velvet‘s “Bigger Than Prince.” Since 2014, the producer has been releasing his music via his own label, Knee Deep In Sound—his newest album notwithstanding.
“Buggin’” explores the early 2000s “noughty” house Padley was initially enamored of: atmospheric, sensuous, and downright intoxicating. Cooke’s desirous, rippling vocals float over the track like an incantation, followed closely by its ambient melody and stuttering hi-hats.
The full club-inspired 8-track album is set for release in late 2018.
After an extended period writing in the studio amongst a global touring schedule, Hot Since 82 is back with new original music in the form of Buggin’, along with the official announcement of his 8-track album project, due out this autumn. Buggin’ is released on Hot Since 82’s very own Knee Deep In Sound label
Miami Music Week is here in full force and as parties are being held left and right, BE-AT.TV is helping those who couldn’t make it to the beach to see some of those events. Whether you are heading to Miami today or if you can’t make it altogether, BE-AT.TV has announced its 2018 Miami Music
Swiftly becoming an Ibiza powerhouse, Knee Deep In Sound label boss Hot Since 82 is set to return to Ibiza’s storied Pacha for a second season of Labyrinth. The Yorkshire native will host a staggering 21 weeks of “A Labriynth Story” from May 25–October 12, each Friday at the club.
Last season, Hot Since 82 welcomed a wide range of guests into the Labyrinth. From newcomers like Eats Everything to Ibiza legends like DJ Harvey and Erick Morillo, or even techno heavyweights Adam Beyer and Dubfire, Labyrinth’s celebrations were a tribute to life and color in full.
As a new image of Ibiza emerges, one thing is for certain: events like Labyrinth will continue to ensure travelers they need not worry about finding the party.
Diynamic label boss and global tastemaker Solomun is officially taking his +1 tour to North and South America at the end of this year.
Fresh off another mighty season in Ibiza, Solomun’s bringing his party to the US for the first time this December with shows inLos Angeles, New York, and Miami where he’ll be performing with the likes of Hot Since 82, Âme, and Adriatique, respectively.
After his brief excursion in the US, he’ll head down to Tulum for another + 1 party where he’ll be joined by Tale of Us.
November 09, Complejo Forja, Cordoba, Argentina
November 10 Metropolitano, Rosaria, Argentina
November 11 Mandarine Park, Buenos Aires, Argentina
November 14, Hush, Sao Paolo, Brazil
November 17, Warung, Itajai, Brazil
November 18, Milk, Florianoplis, Brazil
November 23, Club Hipico, Santiago de Chile
November 24, Royal Centre, Bogota, Colombia
November 25, TBC, Mexico City
December 02, Paaladium/Solomun +1, Los Angeles, USA
December 08, TBC/Solomun +1, New York City, USA
December 09, Space/Solomun +1, Miami, USA
January 05, Uruguay, Punta del Este (UY) January 06, Mar del Plata (AR) January 13, Solomun+1, Tulum (MX)
San Diego’s famous CRSSD Festival has partnered with the world’s leading file transfer platform, WeTransfer, to gift fans with a free batch of exciting content in lead up to the festival’s fall installment. Since its inception in 2009, WeTransfer has been committed to working with some of the world’s most creative minds to produce innovative and engaging content for their users.
This offering contains music from some of CRSSD’s hottest artists such as Hot Since 82, Lane 8, and Patrick Topping, but it also gifts a few unique pieces like Alex Wax’s signature vegan Pasta al Pomodoro recipe and a sake cocktail recipe from Richie Hawtin’s own ENTER.Sake brand. All of this content is available to download for free through the WeTransfer platform.
The CRSSD Fall 2017 WeTransfer Bundle includes:
Hot Since 82 KCRW Mix
Lane 8 Fingerprint (Anderholm Remix)
Richie Hawtin’s ENTER.Sake X Marks the Dot Drink Recipe
Patrick Topping Dr. Vibes EP
Phantoms Vodka Soda Recipe
Elohim Don’t Feed The Baby Tigers (Vol. 1)
Prok & Fitch Truth Be Told – AFTRWRK (Prok & Fitch Remix)
Lee K Lee K’s When We Dip Mix
Hito BBC Radio 1 : Hito b2b B.Traits XLR8R Podcast 505: Hito
Cooper Saver Cooper Saver’s XLR8R Mix
Alex Wax AIVI – HyperActiveMind iPhone Background Alex Wax – Vallarta (Original Mix) Pasta al Pomodoro Recipe (Vegan)