Musik Matters presents FRANCOIS K (NYC) @ Goldfish – Sat 9th June


After hosting the main stage at The Spice Ibiza festival and the side room at Bedrock with John Digweed, Musik Matters returns to Goldfish to bring you Francois K on Queens Birthday Long weekend.

Includes support from Our House Sydney DJ Phil Toke, Garry Todd
Matt Cahill, Ben Ashton and Alan Thomas.

Limited $30 tickets available from Resident Advisor at http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?363817

LOCAL SUPPORT FROM OUR HOUSE SYDNEY DJ’S – DOWNLOAD BELOW

MIX: Magda Bytnerowicz – Nobody gets to meet the Duke – May2012


May 2012 promo mix
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Old E 800 (Omar-S remix) – Big Strick
Shadow Figures – Grey People ft Lee Crowe
Fort Green House – N.Y. House’n Authority
Liquid (Original Mix) – Dream 2 Science
Spray Paint – Gene Hunt
Anthony Shake Shakir Meets BBC
Glorious World – Johnwaynes
B1 – Appointment 004
Impressions of a Rainstorm – Levon Vincent
Braiden – The Alps
Soundscape (Intricate mix) – Kosmic Messenger
Meeting da Duke – DJ Duke
Rubick’s CubeDrexciya
A Fish Scene – DJ Du Jour
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“Nobody gets to meet the Duke – May2012” by Magda Bytnerowicz is licensed under a Creative Commons License

CLASSIC DISCO HOUSE MIX: LARRY LEVAN LIVE @ MINISTRY OF SOUND1991 PART 2


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via CLASSIC DISCO HOUSE MIX: LARRY LEVAN LIVE @ MINISTRY OF SOUND1991 PART 2.

My Boo (CeCe Peniston song)

My Boo (CeCe Peniston song) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Playlist :
Ce Ce Peniston – Finally
Rare Earth – Happy Song Or Dance (Edit)/Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams (Victor Rosado Tracks Live Mix)
Virgo – Mechanically Replayed
Mission Control – Outer Limits
PM Dawn – Watcher’s Point of View (Todd Terry Mix)
Voyage – Lady America
The Prince Of Dance Presents Sunday Adams – (Oohh Ohh Ah Ha) I Wanna Feel It!
Petra & Co – Just Let Go (Dub)
?? – ??
Moby – Go
Moby – Mobility
Adamski – Killer
Urban Soul – Alright
Toxic Two – Rave Generator
Smallage – Together

CLASSIC DISCO HOUSE MIX: LARRY LEVAN LIVE @ MINISTRY OF SOUND1991 PART 2


Essential (CeCe Peniston album)

Essential (CeCe Peniston album) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

Playlist :
Ce Ce Peniston – Finally
Rare Earth – Happy Song Or Dance (Edit)/Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams (Victor Rosado Tracks Live Mix)
Virgo – Mechanically Replayed
Mission Control – Outer Limits
PM Dawn – Watcher’s Point of View (Todd Terry Mix)
Voyage – Lady America
The Prince Of Dance Presents Sunday Adams – (Oohh Ohh Ah Ha) I Wanna Feel It!
Petra & Co – Just Let Go (Dub)
?? – ??
Moby – Go
Moby – Mobility
Adamski – Killer
Urban Soul – Alright
Toxic Two – Rave Generator
Smallage – Together

 

Thanks (again) to Rico for this one

 

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SOULFUL HOUSE: Seb Skalski + Masta P Feat. Michelle Weeks – Dancin’ For My Life (Pasha NoFrost Disco 4 Your Life Rmx) by Soul Cola


http://soundcloud.com/soulcola/seb-skalski-masta-p-michelle

Not minding this new release we just got featuring Legendary Soulful House vocalist Michelle Weeks..

Look out for this one dropping soon

DEEP HOUSE EVENT: CO-OP’s 3rd Birthday feat. San Soda + Bill Brewster


CO-OP PRESENTS SAN SODA (WE PLAY HOUSE / FCL – BERLIN) & BILL BREWSTER (DJHISTORY.COM – LONDON) AT ONE22 IN SYDNEY ON SATURDAY 19TH MAY FOR CO-OP’S THIRD BIRTHDAY, AS PART OF THEIR DEBUT TOURS OF AUSTRALIA

TICKETS ON SALE NOW FROM RESIDENTADVISOR.NET
http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?360294

According to commonly accepted knowledge, a three year old should be able to follow basic directions, sort objects by shape and colour, imitate the actions of adults and playmates, and express a wide range of emotions. Ah well, CO-OP’s always been something of a ‘special’ case.

Hard as it may be to believe, given our sluggish development, we are soon to celebrate our third birthday. The last two have seen the CO-Operative get loud and loose in fine style with our good friend Harri, however we’ve never been content to partake in any laurel sitting and so we’re doing things a bit differently to mark the occasion in 2012.

We’ve only engaged in a single headline show in the last twelve months for one reason or another, but it was a good one – Prosumer in late March. Good because of him, you and them (the venue, the staff, the other DJs et al), so we’re hoping that lightning can indeed strike twice as we host the forthcoming CO-OP birthday party at One22 on Saturday 19th May. The place is appropriately sized, appropriately late licensed and appropriately armed with an A-grade Klipsch sound-system, all of which makes it appropriate for another visit from us lot.

And so to the business of the musicism – amongst the aforementioned ‘lot’ will be a pair of international talents, both of whom will be shaking down exclusively for CO-OP in Sydney on their debut tours of Australia…

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SAN SODA (WE PLAY HOUSE / FCL – BERLIN)
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First up is a young man hailing from Belgium via Berlin – Nicolas Geysens AKA San Soda. Mainstay of the revered We Play House label and one half of production duo FCL with his friend, recording partner and WPH label owner Red D, San Soda’s DJing and production prowess have been in high demand across Europe and beyond over the last few years. Anyone who’s come across any of his mixes will know he effortlessly blends contemporary deep cuts with crate-dug joints from back-in-the-day to present a forward-thinking history of House that presses all the right buttons. With releases and remixes from his San Soda and FCL projects finding homes on leading labels including Freerange, Dessous, Delusions Of Grandeur and 20:20 Vision (who are soon to release the latter’s album), Mr Geysens is on fire in the booth and studio right now.

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BILL BREWSTER (DJHISTORY.COM – LONDON)
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Our second headliner is probably as well known as an author as he is a DJ, having co-scribed a pair of best selling books on the art and form of the disc jockey – Last Night A DJ Saved My Life and How To DJ Properly. Ladies and gentleman, Bill Brewster Esq. Whether he’s removing the roof from a club with his unique selection of deep and devastating ‘Ouse (he was one of Fabric’s first residents don’t you know), enchanting a backroom with a genre-bending set of Disco, Balearic, Rock and Hip Hop or playing perfectly judged chill-out tuneage by a pool in Ibiza, The Brewster is a man for all occasions. Allegedly, what he doesn’t know about DJing isn’t really worth knowing. A bloke of many talents, Bill also runs the highly regarded DJHistory.com website out of the UK, which has become THE go-to online destination for those with definite symptoms of dance music OCD. Likewise, his legendary Low Life parties (now in their 15th year, having started in NYC) continue to deliver substance and spectacle in equal measure every few months in London. Yes, he’s been a label head, yes, he’s produced records, yes, he’s got a family and a dog, but its as a DJ that he continues to inspire and practice what he writes/preaches most regularly and rapturously.

Support on the night will come, in some form, from the CO-OP DJs and possibly a couple of extra guest spinsters, and there may be a pleasant surprise or two still to be revealed for the assembled throng on 19th May if all goes to plan (i.e. we don’t oversleep and can remember our PIN number).

Resident Advisor, unsurprisingly, hold the keys to advance tickets to CO-OP’s third birthday uprising – show them what you’re made of.

Two’s company, three’s a crowd…

CO-OP.