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PARTIES l RADIO l LABEL I PREMIERE'S https://soundcloud.com/joemorris https://soundcloud.com/nickjsmith https://soundcloud.com/iain_mac Promos, Premieres & Info - info@clandestino.co.uk Shows 2020 1.18 Wilde Renate, Berlin 3.7 Inner City Electronic, Leeds 3.14 Whisky Jar, Manchester 3.20 - Postponed 5.7 Cobalt, Newcastle 5.24 Refuge, Manchester (TBC) 6.5 Distrikt w/Longhair, Leeds 8.28 Distrikt w/Ruf Dug, Leeds Shows 2019 2.15 - Mint Club w/HUNEE, Leeds 3.09 - Hare&Hounds, Birmingham 4.06 - ...
 
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Pleased to welcome James Bright to the podcast this month with a slick, smoothe selection of languid beats. James has been in a rich vein of form these past twelve months, with two killer EPs for Quattro Music in quick succession. The latter entitled Zooniverse is out now, and some of which can be heard in the mix alongside other titles from Begin,…
 
Kristy has quietly been gaining our attention of late with a series of ever more sounding accomplished releases across an array of stellar labels. Her latest EP 'The System Is F*cked' drops on 24th August. Here she puts together a lovely, languid downtempo mix for us to soothe the current non summer we are all having. God bless you Kristy xhttps://…
 
Always great to feature some local talent on the 'cast and Leeds youth Adam Pits has had a hell of year with relentless, super high quality output across a myriad of discerning labels from Haŵs, Holding Hands and more recently Seb Wildblood's excellent Coastal Haze imprint. He has just been picked up by Adam Shelton's ONE Records for a release and …
 
Boot & Tax are comprised of Claudio Brioschi and Cristian Croce, two of the most popular and respected djs/producers of the Italian scene who share a great passion for analog synths and experimentation, and a deep knowledge of both clubbing and production.Alongside some of Milan's finest producers and other Italian friends they have come together t…
 
Although having your own podcast is very time consuming, podcasts are currently flooding the German market but hardly anyone can even compensate the costs for the production. The American podcasting scene is a few years ahead of us, having big production companies and an advertisement revenue that is expected to hit 1 billion USD by 2021. Meanwhile…
 
The Prima Norsk Compilation is back with volume 5. Celebrating all things about Norwegian House scene, which is still very much on the front foot with help from 25 years of service from Beatservice Records. With no less than 14 tracks on this compilation, you'll be spoilt for choice. We've been listening to the strong 4x4 kick and shuffling percuss…
 
Music streaming services like Spotify and Pandora have changed the way we discover new music. These services use algorithms to provide music recommendation. They suggests songs to listeners corrisponding to their taste. But who determines what kind of music these algorithms suggest? How will music streaming services improve in the future? What abou…
 
On March 26th, the European parliament has backed the new and much discussed EU copyright law. One main change is that internet platforms that offer users to upload their own content are now responsible of the right copyright permission for this material. While the law’s aim is to protect creators' rights to get paid fairly for their work, one majo…
 
Pleased to welcome Emil K & Chris C to the series this week who's nomadic Fade To Zaire gatherings have cropped up in various London back rooms, studios, garages and pubs since 2012. Last year they launched their own label that looks to reflect their house-not-house, weirdo disco, afro, whatever works style. Catch them this Saturday at Hoxton's ori…
 
Metropolitan Soul Museum are Londoner's Filippo Rocco and Nick Woolfson (ex Mock & Toof). Together they have been putting out floor shaking material since 2015, notably for Toy Tonics, RAWAX and Beats of No Nation. With a penchant for analogue drums and vintage keys; their unique style of house music carries a raw and vibey edge. Look out for a for…
 
For this milestone 150th episode it's a pleasure to present a mix from Shinichiro Yokota. During the late 1980's and early 1990's, Shinichiro and his cohort Soichi Terada produced a raft of rare US inspired house music gems through their Far East Recordings label, that despite catching the attention of a certain Larry Levan didn't reach the wider a…
 
Not much is known about Love Ape, other than his natural habitat is somewhere in Amsterdam and he's impressed us recently with well crafted mixes that deftly move between emotive textures, deeper moods and classy house business. Naturally we had to ask for a mix for Clandestino. Love Ape plans to break cover later this year with a couple of origina…
 
Should musicians and producers be scared of AI? That’s a question we hear often around here. But seeing as we already have our feet firmly planted in a future where many aspects of our lives are complemented by various forms of AI, we do believe there are reasons to embrace it. Today on Hello, Audio! Helen has a chat with Rock Trembath, Director of…
 
As technology and new media are changing at the speed of light, so do the means for marketing and promoting of anything and everything. Music is obviously no exception. These days, musicians have the freedom to experiment with novel marketing methods such as free distribution, while relying on alternate avenues to generate revenue, such as touring …
 
One thing we work tirelessly towards at The Venue Berlin is finding the best scalable startup ideas in music and audio tech. More than just a coworking space, a recording studio and a venue, we’re also here to offer support and create synergies through mentoring, access to our network and facilities, and investment opportunities. And this couldn’t …
 
London’s eclectic party collective Good Block craft our latest podcast. Recorded in the early hours at an undisclosed office space in South East London, Good Block’s Richard Foe and A.Watson deliver a B2B mix of balearic, chug, street soul, synth pop and a couple of original productions and edits. A couple of notable London dates coming up are Sat …
 
The use of blockchain as a problem-solver to some of the current issues faced by the music industry is a hot topic. From blockchain-streaming services to the use of smart contracts, everyone wants a piece of what may well revolutionise the music business in the years ahead. Or will it?One key player in this matter caught our eyes for integrating ma…
 
We all have a soundtrack to our memories. Happy time, sad time, coming of age, falling in love, travelling abroad. Have you ever wondered why? Why does music evoke so many different emotions and memories? Studies have found that different parts of the brain are activated while listening to music, they even vary with different genres. However, the l…
 
Andy is an old spar of ours from way back when we were all young scoundrels on Leeds effervescent club circuit. A consummate record selector with impeccable taste, Andy spent many years as label manager for 2020 Vision Recordings before heading South to run R&S, a label at the forefront of electronic music for well over 20 years. Andy has had a piv…
 
Podcasting is certainly the buzzword on the audio tech and digital marketing scene at the moment. Originating from the US over 10 years ago, the first podcasts were live radio programs rebroadcasted on websites. With technological advancements, people who were not associated with radio stations could start making podcast themselves, and progressive…
 
Welcome to another episode of Hello, Audio! This week, we discuss haptic feedback, wearables in music, starting a hardware company and the future of music tech. Soundbrenner Pulse is a smart vibrating metronome that allows musicians to feel the beat, rather than hear it. Did you know that traditional metronomes can be damaging to your hearing healt…
 
In 2017 the global revenue coming from synchronization licenses of music to film, games and TV has increased by 10% - a trend we hopefully see continuing through 2018 as well. However, substantial collaboration between film and music artists and producers - especially at early project stages - remain exceptions. In this episode of Hello, Audio!, we…
 
ZEBRALUTION was founded in 2003 as the first digital distributor for independent music labels in Europe. From having ringtones as their main source of revenue (don’t we all remember Crazy Frog!) to providing distribution and marketing services to over 450 music labels and audio publishers from around the world, needless to say ZEBRALUTION has seen …
 
Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft’s core mission is to foster cross-sector collaboration in the creative industry in Hamburg. With music at the heart of it, their publicly funded Music WorX Accelerator is aimed at startups and young entrepreneurs in the music industry (our very own startup Groovecat was accelerated there!) to help develop their ideas. K…
 
Here's part two of a set of mixes showcasing our guests for this Saturday's party with Alfredo, Feelings and Field of Dreams. The latter being Al Mackenzie and Chris Kentish, a duo with a long history of being in the acid house trenches. Recently they announced their musical intent with a solid EP on Pleasure Unit, quickly followed by a release on …
 
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