Posted: March 21st, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

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After smashing 2013 with ‘Requiem‘ and ‘Gotham‘ the mysterious Ten Walls producer returns with another massive tune entitled “Walking With Elephants”. This songs title is absolutely spot on; it captures the slow, majestic nature of the animal, as well as the sublime sensation of walking with such a creature!

It’s getting released on new label called Boso that seems like it will be the home for forthcoming Ten Walls releases. Join their Facebook to be the first to know about the mysterious artists new projects in what is surely to be a forward thinking electronic music imprint.


Posted: March 19th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: GUESTMIXES, music | No Comments »

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VinylAddicted provides us with #4 in our guestmix series.

We’re big fans of Greece born, VinylAddicted, or Akis to his friends. He has been a lover of all things disco, funk, jazz and soul from a young age and has built up a massive collection of vinyl records over the years (hence the name!).

As well as collecting and playing out his massive collection, he has been producing edits, which have seen releases on the likes of Editorial, Disco Dat and Los Grandes.

He has also rumoured to be the man behind the mysterious Editors Kutz imprint, which boasts disco heavyweights, Late Night Tuff Guy, Get Down Edits, Disco Tech and Fingerman. Impressive!

So as you can see, Akis certainly knows a thing or two about great records; both new & old. This exclusive mix he has put together for us, showcases his talent. A perfect blend of disco, soul & house, with a few unreleased gems for good measure! If you haven’t had a chance to listen over on our soundcloud channel, then it’s time you got involved.

01. Sleazy McQueen – Teeny Lovin’ (Back To The Roots EP) (Whiskey Disco)
02. Cat Miller – I Want You (VinylAddicted Rework) (Love, Peace And Freedom EP) (Funky Town US)
03. VinylAddicted – Your Life (Graceful Edit) (Tales From The City Vol 4) (DiscoDat Records)
04. LTJ – Nass Funk (Disco Tech Edits Vol 2) (DiscoDat Records)
05. Disco Tech – Don’t Let Go (Disco Tech Edits Vol 2) (DiscoDat Records)
06. MAW – Everything She Wants (Leighton Mix) (Dobro Pobedit Bablo EP) (Funky Town US)
07. Jay West – Now That You Know (Editorial #7) (Editorial)
08. Four Walls & Funky Jaws – Love Train (One Night In Grodno EP) (Kolour LTD)
09. Luvless – Deluvation (Editorial #7) (Editorial)
10. Unknown – Untitled 1 (New York Edits Vol 4) (White Label)
11. Noema – The Shake (African Shakedown Vol 2) (African Shakedown)


Posted: March 19th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

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FINA Records marks its fifteenth release this April with Borrowed Identity’s ‘Bang Bang Boogie’, a four-track single of rugged house and disco grooves. Romanian born now Germany based Borrowed Identity has been releasing gradually creeping out his electronic compositions since late 2011.

Title cut is the stand out here – ‘Bang Bang Boogie ft. Mechanical Soul Brother’, a stab fuelled Chicago house number, employing organic piano chords and soulful vocal snippets to create a classic house piece. Nice!

Check out the full EP here, before it’s official release next month.


Posted: March 19th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

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Belgian producer, Lex Newton steps up for a mighty release of 2 originals & 3 remixes. The second original “Take On Me” is the stand out for us, as Mr Newton nails down a chilled out yet incredibly groovy piece. Old school keyboard progressions, similar sounding to Toni Lionni, help to decorate this tune and give it the status of a must-listen sensuous funky house cracker.

In fact, the entire release has a top notch sound and worth listen through. Released on Electronical Reeds. Give it a spin & grab your copy here.


Posted: March 18th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

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The Lithuanian Space Disco Masters Downtown Party Network are putting out a special release on Dirt Crew. The A-side track “In The Air” is a glorious ecstatic dance floor burner with it’s fragile female vocal sample and funky bass line. The B-side “Call On Me” sounds like it could be taken from a mid 80’s cosmic release. We’re loving the laid back Italo groove. Out now, get your copy here.


Posted: March 16th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

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I came across this great little Berlin label called Aim via Moomin late last week. It’s run by DJ and producer, Tristen. Born in 2010, Aim delivers music on record for the sole purpose of its uniqueness and individual beauty. Having released gorgeously crafted house music from the likes of Moomin, Lowtec, Christopher Rau & Oliver Deutschmann, it’s now time for their  12th release. And this one comes from label owner himself. These three tracks are pure quality and out soon. Get involved!



Posted: March 16th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

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This is one of my favourite releases at the moment. It captures the strand of laid-back, atmospheric deep house I’ve been rinsin’.

It comes from Germany producer, Luvless on Tsuba – which is fast becoming an unstoppable force in house music. The 3 track, vinyl only release leads out with “Luv Maschine”. Goosebumps, that’s all I’m going to say! “Down With You Baby” is the one I keep going back to –  solid bassline, full of atmosphere and soft vocals.

It’s out now kids, grab your copy here.


Posted: March 12th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

We’ve teamed up with our blogging buddies adamNOTeve to bring you 10 artists we think you should check out in 2014 (if you haven’t already!). We’re from Europe; they’re from Australia, so we thought we’d bring together the best of both worlds. Givafizz vs. adamNOTeve. Europe vs. Australia. Northern vs. Southern hemisphere… you get the idea! Check out the adamNOTeve blog right here. It’s awesome!

Givafizz’s Top 5 Artists (European selection) 

1. Bicep

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Bicep are two dudes from our hometown, Belfast in Ireland. They are behind the top notch Feel My Bicep blog that has a reputation for blogging only the finest quality electronic music.

As well as the blog, they produce music; everything from house, disco, funk & techno. Over the last year, the duo have gone from strength to strength. They’ve started their own label, had a huge hit with “Vision of Love”, collaborated with Simian Mobile Disco and toured all over the world (including Australia over New Year). Lots more music, collaborations & blogging to come from these boys, so get involved!


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HNNY debuted in 2011 on Studio Barnhus and has quickly caught the attention of Local Talk and Let’s Play House labels who hosted his following releases. Along with his outputs on these labels, he has single-handedly revived more than a dozen 90′s pop idols through his outstanding one-of-a-kind edits. His original and unique style is gaining massive traction and we think he is going to have a big 2014. Let’s hope he decides to come to Australia sometime soon!

3. Todd Terje

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Norwegian Disco legend, Todd Terje or as we like to call him, Todd the God is one man that is sure to have a big 2014. His debut album, It’s Album Time, is due out on April 7th and will feature four of his recent huge hits – “Inspector Norse,” “Strandbar” and “Swing Star” parts 1 and 2 – in addition to eight unreleased cuts. Although the album will contain the producer’s signature blend of humour and colourful disco-indebted tunes, it’s been tailored for listening at home. Watch this space!

4. Medlar

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Over the last few years Medlar, aka South Londoner Ned Pegler, has honed a reputation for creating a distinctly warm, funk infused strain of house music. Amidst a scene, which is becoming increasingly swamped by endless new producers, it’s rare to find a name who stands out so far from the crowd. Medlar is also part of the Wolf Music pack, which is a label you guys should definitely keep an eye on too. Artists include KRL, Greymatter & James Welsh, who are all nailing it right now.

5. Waze & Odyssey

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Bonding over a bloody burger at the end of 2011, Waze & Odyssey have, in just over 2 years, gone from little more than an anonymous soundcloud account to be one of the most exciting, and talked about acts around. Along the way Waze & Odyssey have released several critically acclaimed singles for the likes of Wolf Music, Disco Bloodbath and Throne of Blood, remixed acts such as Disclosure and T.E.E.D. and DJ’ed all around the world. If you haven’t come across these guys yet, it’s time for you to get involved. Enjoy!

adamNOTeve Top 5 Artists (Australian selection)

1. Movement 

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Movement represent a new era for their record label, Modular People a tastemaker of the early 2000′s which has until recently fallen out of the spotlight. Despite having only released three tracks, Movement are going stratospheric with their soulful vocals and heavy use of steel-drums reminiscent of Jamie xx. So far it’s been a sure-fire way to success so check them out.

2. Yujen 

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If  you were told about a label that Chet Faker started called Detail Co. and said label then shared a track, would you be interested? Is that a yes? Well, the track is called Try It Over featuring guest vocals from Chet Faker himself. Just listen and bathe in it’s beauty.

3. Bon Chat, Bon Rat

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Bon Chat, Bon Rat are an innovative powerhouse in their own right. A very loose translation of their name from French comes out as, ‘Good Cat, Good Rat’ which really tells you nothing about the duo but listen below and perhaps you will come away with some more knowledge…

4. Rat & Co. 

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If you were to name some of the premier electronic groups in Melbourne, alongside Yujen, you would include Rat & Co. They share the world their unique ambient electronica, of which is encased in their debut album, One, Uno, Ein (I have not included the characters that are in the title of the album) and you can also download the whole thing for free. Download it, listen to it and appreciate the work these young men have done because you will not find something else like this in Australia.

5. Rainbow Chan

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To round off we have Rainbow Chan, she slips into a slightly different category compared to the rest of the acts listed above. Obviously one, she is a woman, she also produces her work and her works contains a certain vibrancy that the rest of the works do not share. She is causing a stir in Sydney, so check her out.

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