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A selected few of our labels are now also available at Traxsource!
One of the original pioneers of the digital download revolution, Traxsource is the ultimate underground music store. Created by DJs for those who desire to discover what lies beyond the mainstream. Traxsource provides the finest blend of upfront underground music downloads on the planet in high def WAV and MP3 formats. Traxsource is a music store with the attitude of an indie record label, “We are underground music”.
This week we got Daniele Kama on our Bonzai Basik Beats radioshow!
Tracklisting – Episode 139 – mixed by Daniele Kama:
1º Ugur Soygur – The Secret Buddah (Original Mix)
2º Satori – The Revolutionist (Original Mix)
3º MWS – Green Raisins (Original Mix)
4º Riva Starr & DJ Sneak – In Da House Tonight (Tripmastaz Plant 74 Remix)
5º Six Inch Voodoo – 2 Days In A Row (JUST2 Remix)
6º Romanthony – Let Me Show You Love (Oliver Dollar Remix)
7º Smoke Sykes – U Dont Understand (Darkrow Remix)
8º Sascha Riot – Cubraloco (Original Mix)
9º Philip Bader, Re.you – Super Bell (Matthias Tanzmann Remix)
10º Marshall Jefferson, House Of Virus – Give Me A Kick (Mihalis Safras Remix)
And here’s the second part of Victor Maximiliano’s 2 hour mix for Bonzai Basik Beats!
Tracklisting – Episode 138 – mixed by Victor Maximiliano:
1º OMB – Sea Air (Tvardovsky Remix)
2º Deep Science – Strings Talking
3º Fran Ottinger – Clubbing (Manila Beach Mix)
4º Paul Parsons, Tim Nice, Tom Leeland – From The Soul (Deep Bass Dub)
5º Hot Since 82 – Knee Deep In Louise (Shadow Child Remix)
6º Recommended By Friends (Mercurial)
7º Mass Digital – Metro
8º Fabrizio Costa – A Night In Miami
9º Hamza Vipul – House Music Soldiers (Kartech Remix)
10º 4 Da People – Jersey Jan
11º All Bradley – Bounce Strut (Rishi K. Uplift Mix)
12º Duke Dumont feat. AME – Need U (Joesky’s Warming Up Edit)
13º Robert Rodriguez – Dance Like Nobody’s Watching
Victor Maximiliano is back to Bonzai Basik Beats radioshow this week!
Tracklisting – Episode 137 – mixed by Victor Maximiliano:
1º Animellaz – Hyposomnia
2º Anton Lanski – Foreign Hearts
3º Bara Brost – My Mess Part 1
4º Paro Dion – All My Friends
5º Afreakwent – Sunday (Deep Science Remix)
6º Leoesco – Happy People
7º Igor Pumphonia – So Far Away (From Life)
8º Exaudio & Eivind JB – Nu Deashanti
9º Distortion – Music 24 Seven
10º Timothee Milton – Back In Time
11º Lakosta – Only You
12º Anthony Mea – Liquidia
This week we welcome back Sa.Du to our Bonzai Basik Beats radioshow!
Tracklisting – Episode 136 – mixed by Sa.Du:
1º Mirko Salomone – The Cat Chasing The Mouse
2º Astronivo – M Effect (Criss Source Remix)
3º Yann Solo & Baron – Like Time
4º Nice7 – Point
5º DJ Chus & Supernova – Movimiento
6º Rico Henchel – Downtown Groove
7º Jochen Pash – Rootz (Jacked Up Remix)
8º Wehbba – Bapho
9º Sean Collier – Soothfast
10º Micha Klang – Baby I Am For Real
11º Nick Curly – Cozumel
12º Pacho & Pepo – Dance With Me
13º Maya Jane Coles – What They Say
14º The Martinez Brothers – The Causeway
15º Alan Lockwood – Stand Up
16º Alex Cross – El Canigo
17º Amazonika – Essa Nega
18º Benjamin Shock – Can You Feel Me
19º Chandler Shortlidge – La Luna
Project KF on the decks this week for our Bonzai Basik Beats radioshow!
Tracklisting – Episode 135 – mixed by Project KF:
1º Rishi K. – Galaxies (Deephope Remix)
2º David Kassi – Everybody (Original Mix)
3º Replika – Coincidences (Original Mix)
4º Project KF & Jey Fever – Show Me Your Love (Original Mix)
5º Nic Green – Never Say Never (Original Version)
6º Sensoreal – Salama Hezek (Original Mix)
7º Murat Uncuoglu – Smile (Original Mix)
8º Rene Bourgeois – Joaquin (Original Mix)
9º Jose Zaragoza – Doing It (Original Mix)
10º Ivan Picazo – Be Myself (Original Mix)
11º Maertz – Progressions (Original Mix)
12º Davidson Ospina ft. Rainy Payne – Night Vision (Ospina Main Mix)
13º Nancy Burrello & Digital Angel – Time X (Original Mix)
14º Alex Roque – Disco Tech (Hector Couto Dub Remix)
We caught up with M.I.K.E./Push as he took time out of his very busy schedule to answer a few questions. With a lot of projects on the go and the owner of many different monikers we get an exclusive reveal on some of Mike’s best known guises as he resurrects them for the 21st century along with an insight into the man himself.
Hi Mike, thanks for taking the time to have a chat, how are you today?
Mike: Hi thanks. Can’t complain, just finished a remix and a brand new track, happy days!
You’ve been based in New York for a few years now, how have you been adjusting to life in a new country?
Mike: About three years now, yes. Life is MUCH different in New York City. I did visit many times before, but living is a totally different experience. My first time here was back around 2000 when I played for what was back then, The Limelight, it was a great experience.
You’re a very busy man right now, producing under different monikers and DJing across the globe what do you do in your downtime?
Mike: Messing about in my studio still is a downtime for me. But family is important to me and we do special things as much as possible. I also love training my oldest boy for football, I know he appreciates that. I’m a huge follower of Barcelona FC, so there you go.
How would you define your sound and what are your inspirations?
Mike: My main heroes and reason for my love for synth is Depeche Mode. Although very different sounding, they are the main reason why I am here doing what I love, which is music. I grew up in the 80ties when Acid House and Belgium made New Beat conquered the Club scene back then, and the first time I put my hands on a synth, I knew it was love at first touch.
You have many guises that you produce under and a few in particular that you focus on, how do you switch from each project and still maintain the creativeness for each of them?
Mike: Well, sometimes it starts out by me just walking into the studio. I get into a few sounds, tweaking here and there, and a track comes out of it, either during or after, I decide this is X alias. Nowadays my most used aliases are M.I.K.E. , Push and Plastic Boy, and I know when I want to produce something under those aliases, so I just take it from there.
And speaking of projects, we hear that you are returning home to Bonzai and bringing back a couple of your Bonzai monikers, can you tell us which ones and why you choose now to revamp those?
Mike: Oh really? Haha, well, my connection with Bonzai will never fade, and there is a reason for that. We’ve recently discussed about releasing a new Tribal Warriors and Sector 7, its more darker progressive yet with that M.I.K.E. touch. It all started after our 20 years of Bonzai reunion last year, we all felt good meeting up and from one came another. And of course there’s Push… will it be back? watch out for that one!
Rumour has it that you are creating a new album for Bonzai, can you tell us anything about that?
Mike: One word – 4 letters. Can you guess? The rest I say no more!
Do you prefer DJing or producing, and why?
Mike: I prefer BOTH! producing is a HUGE privilege and passion, and having the power to share my music with the world is a blessing and I take FULL advantage of that with my DJing.
Just last year you were part of Bonzai’s 20 year party, how was that for you?
Mike: It was awesome, I had a blast! gathering together with all the guys was a real trip, more like this please.
You’ve worked with so many great artists over the years, particularly within Bonzai’s realm, do you have any favourite collaborations?
Mike: There are some many great people I collaborated with, in and out of Bonzai. I hold a special place for these experiences! Armin, Moby, Rank 1 ,Fred Baker, Airwave .. and so on.
Apart from Tribal Warriors and Sector 7, what are your plans for the future, can you let us in on any secrets?
Mike: Tribal Warriors and Sector 7 are once a year spin-offs. More Live shows for Push! Yes, something that’s on high demand from my fans! And I will bring it back as long there is a demand for it. The bookings are flying in for this coming summer, so keep an eye out! and this time it will go globally!
Well Mike thanks for taking the time to speak with us, best of luck to you and your family in whatever you do, thanks.