Basing House Live 006 – Casino Time @ House of Disco

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

House of Disco hosted their 20th party, and also showcased Retrofit’s 20th release, which was their good friend Jay Shepheard’s eagerly anticipated new album ‘Seeing Sound’. Long term collaborators Casino Times were first up and started the night off suitably deep. It was the perfect start to a memorable night.

This mix was recorded live at Basing House for House of Disco on Friday 5th December 2014.

Enjoy.

Casino Times Soundcloud -
@casino-times

Casino Times Facebook –
www.facebook.com/CasinoTimesMusic

House of Disco Website
www.facebook.com/groups/47490912761

House of Disco Soundcloud
@thehouseofdisco

House of Disco Facebook
www.facebook.com/houseofdisco

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Yakine – Temptation

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

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Varoslav & Yakine · R2P Pod 29 · July 2013

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

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The Mole Boiler Room Berlin DJ Set

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

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The Mole – If I Had A Nickel (MAYBE TOMORROW 001)

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

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Friday 30th January – Synopsis with Yakine

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

-Yakine (Eklo / Rue de Plaisance)
-Greg Brockmann (Half Baked / Synopsis)
-Mouloud (Circle)
-Sami Daik (Synopsis)

Yakine, who comes from Paris, is interested by music since his early age…During his teenage, he played metal guitar and toured all over Europe concert to concert..
In this period his encounters brought him to discover de djaying world and it became his new passion. Thus, for the next 5 years he practices turntablism at the side of great dj’s.

Thanks to his brother, who brings him to the parties Batocool (Logistic/Telegrpah) at Batofar in Paris, he really discovers the greatness of electronic music.
From this point on Yakine enriches his music library with unique references such as Daniel..

Yakine, who comes from Paris, is interested by music since his early age…During his teenage, he played metal guitar and toured all over Europe concert to concert..
In this period his encounters brought him to discover de djaying world and it became his new passion. Thus, for the next 5 years he practices turntablism at the side of great dj’s.

Thanks to his brother, who brings him to the parties Batocool (Logistic/Telegrpah) at Batofar in Paris, he really discovers the greatness of electronic music.
From this point on Yakine enriches his music library with unique references such as Daniel Bell, Fumiya Tanaka, Matthew Dear, Pantytec…He then slowly leaves hip hop for house, house music where he founds his inspiration. Due to his will to continuously evolve, Yakine starts to work on producing.

After a couple of months in November 2008, his first ep comes out on the label Esperanza followed by other releases on the labels Eklo, Je t’aime records and Circus Company. At the same time, he begins his residency for the Weirdo Magnet parties at Rex Club. In only a short period, Yakine improved his style consequently what brought him to being part of the new emerging hopes for the Parisian scene.

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Saturday 31st January – Bread & Butter with The Mole

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

The Mole
(Perlon / Maybe Tomorrow / Ostgut Ton)

Alex Font
(King Street / Multi Vitamins)

Jamma & Max.

Colin de la Plante AKA The Mole hails from the fair city of Montreal. He has been on the scene since the early 2000′s, in 2005 his collaboration with long time friend and band mate Mathew Jonson, on Kompakt’s Speicher, was received with critical acclaim. As were his releases that year on Philpot, Musique Risquée and Revolver.

Since then The Mole has gone on to release on a many of house and techno’s top labels, including standout collections with Perlon, Illusion Recordings, Ghostly International, Vitalik, Ostgut Ton, and recently with Apollonia.

His music traversed many genres, taking in elements of disco, house, acid and techno, but always came across sounding like the producer was having a lot of fun making them. Aside from his own productions, he is a member of the Modern Deep Left Quartet and Cobblestone Jazz, ran the 7 Inches of Love label with Koosh and now has his own label Maybe Tomorrow, which so far has been a new outlet for his own material.

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Basing House Live 005 – Stevie T & Danny Langan @ Werk

Sunday, January 18th, 2015

Having booked the likes of John Morales, Citizen, Session Victim, Severino, KRL, Hesseltime, Wolf Music, Alex Nut, Maurice Fulton, Josey Rebelle, and Fabio Monesi, Werk’s Xmas party belonged to residents Stevie T and Danny Langan and they took us on an 8 – hour ride of soul, disco and house. This portion was recorded at around 5am, and at the back of their 8 hour set, where they dropped a number of disco bangers

For their next event on Friday 13th February they have lined up the legend that is Joey Negro.
Tickets: www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?658367

This mix was recorded live at Basing House for Werk on Friday 12th December 2014.

Enjoy.

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VARIOUS ARTIST – DEEPENDENCE VARIOUS VOL. 2 [DEEP020]

Sunday, January 18th, 2015

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