Well, folks, it’s almost the end of 2018 and it’s time for us all to reflect back on the year that was. I’m a big future guy so I don’t like to look in the past, but for music, I feel you hear SOOO much new music that it’s easy to forget a track or
Can you believe that we are it’s already July 1st!? Its full-blown summertime here in the US and with summertime comes tons of new music. Artists love to release music around this time of year in hopes to be that festival or summer anthem. With that being said, June was a month LOADED with new
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Can you believe that we are already in the month of June!? Its full-blown summertime here in the US and with summertime comes tons of new music. Artists love to release music around this time of year in hopes to be that festival or summer anthem. With that being said, May was a month LOADED
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It brings me an ample amount of joy to make the following statement; 2018 is the best year dance music has had in a long time. Since the EDM bubble blew up in the late 2000s and the commercial and mainstream takeover we’ve seen in the 2010s, there has been a noticeable decline in the
Turning 15 years old marks a huge milestone for Toolroom. Since their inception in 2003, they have released some era-defining club records; built a roster of artists house fans truly believe in; and brought the Toolroom brand across the world with residencies, one-off shows and festival stages. Over the last 15 years Toolroom have remained
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Welcome to April everybody, it is now officially FESTIVAL SEASON. With Ultra wrapping up last weekend, things are starting to go into overdrive in the EDM world. With new music, new festivals, live sets, there is a TON of EDM to consume over the past 4 weeks and the upcoming months. With that being said,
In electronic music, songs can get a bit confusing. Many times artists will support others by playing their music in sets. If a song truly goes off, sometimes it can be attributed to the person playing out the tune rather than the artist which created it. In some cases artist side projects can also make
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As 2017 comes to an end, one of my favorite things to do is go back and listen to all the music from 2017 that I saved on my Spotify. Being a huge fan of progressive house and progressive trance, my playlist was loaded with over 40 songs from my personal favorite label, Anjunabeats. Below
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Having just turned 30, I have a ton of nostalgia for the ’90s, part of that is due to the incredible music that I got the chance to grow up listening to, especially ’90s dance songs. Now in 2017 we don’t have to try and sit by the radio and record on tape our favorite songs,
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There are transformational music festivals, and there is Costa Rica’s Envision Festival. Held annually deep in the Latin American jungles, just off the beaches of the Pacific, the Spring time gathering boasts thought-leading workshops, world class yoga, and cutting-edge music. What better place then for a burner like Josh Mayer to pull out a rare solo performance as his downtempo alter ego, Of Porcelain.
Josh Mayer is a man of many talents. As Ooah, Mayer makes up one-third of The Glitch Mob (alongside ediT and Boreta) and one-half of PANTyRAiD (alongside Marty Party). Yet, the music from his long-dormant solo project, Of Porcelain, hadn’t seen the light of day in over four years, for which the multi-talented producer told LA Weekly, “The thing with the Of Porcelain music is that it just hits me at certain times where I have to write it.”
Nearly 10 years have passed since Of Porcelain‘s first album release. Now Mayer has broken his estrangement from his downtempo moniker with a stunning performance at Envision. The set is soothing, entrancing, and ethereal, featuring a track list from the likes of Sasha, Aphex Twin, and Christian Löffler. Additionally, Mayer includes a few of his own productions, such as his newest original track, “And Here I Am Free,” which was premiered here at DA earlier this year.
Listen to Of Porcelain’s solo performance at Costa Rica’s Envision Festival earlier this year.
1. 2814 – Before The Rain
2. Brutalist – He Was A Great Man
3. Of Porcelain – And Here I Am Free
4. Of Porcelain – Shadows In The Sand
5. Schneider TM – Take Me Out Tonight
6. Lusine – Flat (Lusine Remix)
7. Of Porcelain – Awake With Your Eyes
8. Jon Hopkins – Abandon Window
9. Aphex Twin – Avril 14th (Murcof Remake)
10. edIT – Laundry
11. Of Porcelain – Light In Your Eyes
12. Halo – Green & Blue (Koan Sound remix)
13. Holographic Field – Afterglow
14. Jon Hopkins – Sun Harmonics
15. Sasha – Time After Time
16. Christian Löffler – Swim
17. Sasha – Rooms
18. Kiasmos – Swept
19. Holographic Field – Afloat
20. Kiasmos – Bent