DESTACADO: Club Quinto Sol Presenta FESTIVAL 2009 Encuentro Latinoamericano. Desde su primera versión en 2005, Festival Club Quinto Sol Chile, nació promoviendo el concepto de festival de música electrónica en Muelle Barón Valparaíso, una propuesta que rápidamente extendió su convocatoria reuniéndonos anualmente por la cultura electrónica junto a nuestro embajador Ricardo Villalobos y belleza de Muelle Barón, Patrimonio Nacional. Lugar: Muelle Barón Fecha: 9 y 10 Enero 2009 Line Up: Viernes 9: - Franco Cinelli (Argentina) - Argenis Brito (Venezuela) - Oscar Bohorquez (Perú) - Renato Ratier (Brasil) - Pablo Britos (México) - Invitados. Sábado 10: - Ricardo Villalobos (Chile/Alemania) - Pier Bucci (Chile/Alemania) - Raresh (Rumania) Valores: Viernes Puerta: $10.000 Sábado Puerta: $15.000 General Festival: $25.000 Venta: - A través de Feriaticket (Almacenes París y Feria del Disco) - Café del Patio (Providencia 1670, Local 8) - Café Journal, Viña del Mar (Alvarez esquina Agua Santa, viña del Mar).

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Tiefschwarz / Strictly : : .

Artist: Tiefschwarz
Title: Strictly
Released: Sept. 2007

Format: Unmixed Audio 3 CD's
Label: Strictly Rhythm Defected
Genre: "Vintage" house


German minimal/maximal uber-producers Tiefschwarz are to release a mix compilation of retro house for old school label Strictly Rhythm next month based on tracks culled from 1990-1993. The collection represents a back to basics return for the brothers, who ironically became huge after ditching soulful house in the late 90s. Chatting to Japanese website Higher-Frequency in 2002 they described moving on from deep house saying ‘we crossed the border, we said ‘OK, we are not deep house anymore’, a line they maintained in a Skrufff interview last year.

Their choice as selectors is a canny one for Defected, given the duo’s current popularity amongst audiences far outside their norm, plus their near obsessive interest in Strictly Rhythm. Launching their careers in 1990 throwing house parties, the brothers based their entire vibe around the New York house sounds of then unknown in Germany producers like DJ Pierre and Masters At Work, despite the prevalence of techno and trance in Germany’s then nascent rave scene.




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