O.live.R’s “Best Of 2014″

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Indie / Gitarren:
Wanda – Amore
The War On Drugs – Lost In The Dream
Temples – Sun Structures
The Notwist – Close To The Glass
Damon Albarn – Everyday Robots

POP:
Chet Faker – Built On Glass
Ja Panik! – LIBERTATION
Erlend Oye – Legao
Jungle – Jungle
SOHN – Tremors

Beats:
Cuthead – Total Sellout
Caribou – Our Love
The Acid – Liminal
DJ Koze – Reincarnation Pt.2
Lone – Reality Testing

World:
Lucas Santtana – Sobre Noites e Dias
Mestre Cupijó e Seu Ritmo – Siriá
Thievery Corporation – Saudade
Blixiga 70 – Ocupai
Jorge Drexler – Bailar en la cueva

Outstanding Album:
Lambert – Lambert

Und das ganz als handliche Playlist.
Die Hits des Jahres:
All Killers! No Fillers!!

Balance presents Kölsch (Preview Edit)

Tracklist:
1. Galaxy 2 Galaxy – Journey Of The Dragons
2. Pional – It’s All Over (John Talabot’s Stripped Remix)
3. Danny Daze – Freeze (Frozen mix)
4. Patrice Bäumel – Mile High Gang
5. Henrik Schwarz – Lockstep
6. Minilogue – Endlessness
7. Radiohead – Videotape
8. Dhumen – No More
9. Kölsch – Punchbuggy *
10. Adrian Hour – Chordgresion
11. Odd Parents – Learn To Fly (Maceo Plex Flight Home Remix)
12. Stephan Hinz & Phillipp Ruhmhardt – Panther
13. Kölsch feat Waa Industry – Papageno
14. Kenny Larkin – Plankton
15. Caribou – Can’t Do Without You (Tale Of Us & Mano Le Tough Remix)
16. Karl Friedrich – Bodies
17. John Norman & Dantiez Saunderson – Stuck In My Mind (Soukervalli Remix)
18. Coldplay – A Sky Full Of Stars (Kölsch Remix) *
19. Audion feat. Troels Abrahamsen – Dem Howl (Joris Voorn Mix)

Tremor – Proa Remixed

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……BIG EPIC INSANE MANIAC…..

DJ Badre – hhv.de mag Artist & Partner Vinyl Charts 2014

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My hhv.de mag Artist & Partner Vinyl Charts 2014:

#1 Grandbrothers – Ezra EP (Film)
#2 Pional – It’s All Over Remixes (Hivern)
#3 Be Svendsen – Alchemie EP (3000° Records)
#4 Konfetti Klub Ensemble – Leussow EP (Acker)
#5 Sebastian Mullaert – Chant De Paris EP (Ovum)
#6 Lana del Rey – West Coast (Solomun Remix) (2DIY4)
#7 Jamie XX – All Under One Roof Raving (Young Turks)
#8 Mop Mop – Isle Of Magic (Agogo)
#9 Andy Stott – Faith In Strangers (Modern Love)
#10 Caribou – Our Love (Merge)

DJ Badre – hhv.de mag Artist & Partner Vinyl Charts 2014

hhv.de mag Artist & Partner Vinyl Charts aus 2014

Aero Manyelo – Herbs Abroad

Aero Manyelo is one of the most promising South African house music producers of his generation. He has steadily stuck to his own musical path, contributing greatly to expand the musical horizon of house music in SA.

Born in Limpopo and raised in the Ivory Park township of Johannesburg, Manyelo started messing around with Fruity Loops as a teenager. After years of refining his productions, Manyelo’s trademark sound draws as much from South African folklore as it does from heavy hitting electro basslines and synths.

“When it comes to house music, a lot of people in SA are so easy to turn on to good sound,” and so it has become Manyelo’s mission to keep pouring out his own version of what he calls electro township house. “I think there is room for a lot of stuff, especially when you bring something interesting. Whether it’s deep house or commercial or electronic, people adopt new sounds.”

Lungu lungu

Konfetti Klub Ensemble – Leussow EP (ACKER046)

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Listening to the sound of Konfetti Klub Ensemble creates associations of those sparkling drops that run down the side of an ice cold drink on hot summer days. It’s a very refreshing and delicious listening experience, it’s both stimulating and soothing. If you think the formula brass players + club groove is somewhat worn-out, you will be pleasantly surprised. Pomelo comes with bouncy offbeat rhythms, and when the trombone hits in there’s clearly an air of Balkan sound. However, around the middle of the track it turns into a joyful freestyle session. Mollono.Bass puts a bit more emphasis on beats, bass and pressure in his version, in other words: Even a bit more emphasis on the dance floor. Rotwein Und Sommerverbot gives a groovy hint why Konfetti Klub Ensemble describe their sound as Live Brass House – it’s extremely jazzy and casual, a live session rather than a programmed arrangement. Even more so Schwankel, as it vibrates effortlessly between intricate musical d eepness and sheer to-the-floor euphoria. Last but not least there is a track exclusively for the digital release: Stranddub – Beach Dub. Let’s put it like that: There’s a damn good party happing at this beach.’

Written by KONFETTI KLUB ENSEMBLE (Fabian Jung, Julius Gabriel, Tim Reichelt, Maximilian Wehner)
Produced by TIMBOLETTI (Tim Reichelt)

Remix by MOLLONO.BASS

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