Recent posts: Diego Alvez
Best of Eyepatch 2012 comes with twenty-five original and remixes from Ittai Barkai, Victor Maximiliano, Dimitry Liss, Wonji, Aiemo, Accatone, Murat Uncuoglu, Diego Alvez, Daniel Ray, Jimmy Galle, Gr-oy, Jamez & Soulboy, Kentaro Kaji, Active Line Six, Van Czar, RV, Unnamed, Project KF, Davide Marchesiello, Rob McCarthy and Pablo Gael.
New installment in the My House Is Your House series with original tracks and remixes by Accatone, Piek, Lights Electronika, Wonji, Alex Agore, Charles Ramirez, GarcyNoise, Diego Alvez, Solunamanalia, Dimitry Liss, Daniele Kama, Murat Uncuoglu, Frank Storm, Joal, Rogerio Martins, Evren Ulusoy, Nick Devon, Oliver Maier, Tiago Ribeiro, Joao Teixeira, Brett Lawrence, Submantra, Jon Sweetname, Pablo Gael, Costas Papa, Davide Marchesiello and Maertz.
Fourth installment in the Deep Worx series comes with original tracks and remixes by Charles Ramirez, Ecco, Lucio Grandi , Accatone, Dimitry Liss, Diego Alvez, Solunamanalia, Victor Maximiliano, David Kassi, Evren Ulusoy, Nick Devon, Murat Uncuoglu, Pablo Gael, Costas Papa, Qmusse, Maertz, Brett Lawrence, Mastercris, Wonji, Baltj_More, GarcyNoise, Piek, Gary DF, Jimmy Galle, Project KF and Anton Lanski.
Superb Bonzai Progressive debut for the very talented Dee Brown with Juanto backed up with a couple of brilliant remixes.
Belfast born producer and DJ, Dee got the EDM bug at young age, he started to collect seven inch vinyls from the likes of 2 Unlimited and Eiffel 65. Soon after he got into Hardstyle and due to its infectious nature Dee found himself wanting to become a DJ. At 14 he got his first set of Soundlabs and then eventually a set of the iconic Technics. Lots of clubbing followed and Dee was able to experience many other genres in EDM and then he found House music. It was Dee’s love for House that he then decided to go into production and he equipped himself with Ableton Live and taught himself all the ins and outs of this software. Now Dee is ready to unleash his sound to the world and after a well received remix of Project KF – Hold Me, I’m Burning on Bonzai Basiks we are treated to something special in Juanto.
The original mix has a cool prog tech vibe with the opening focusing on light percussion and a vox sample, big swirling FX lead into a powerful kick and bass combo, building on to include some nice housey stabs. On the break is a very familiar vocal sample for the oldskool listeners with lots of brilliantly crafted sweeps and synth. An overall consistent grooving track destined for a lot boxes.
Portuguese producer and remixer Diego Alvez provides the first remix and he does an awesome job. Focusing more on the House side of the tracks Diego adds in a suave and sophisticated rhythm, pure house vibe with crisp hats, beautiful synth work and a bouncing bass with great FX on the vocal.
Turning up the heat is prog master Kintar with his remix. Big sound created with beefed up basses, killer kicks and super percussion, again the vocal is used to great effect and a very simple yet effective melody ties this whole track up nicely.
Another great release for Bonzai Progressive and a lot of DJ’s will pick this up for sure.
Deep house vibes on the ever expanding Eyepatch imprint from Diego Alvez.
This Portuguese producer and remixer has wide ranging musical tastes including Classical, dark tech house, minimal and ambient. With a slew of remixes under his belt and learning piano from an early age Diego is fro sure one to watch. Pulling those tastes together we get intimate melodic deep grooves and Frgt.10 is no exception.
The original mix is a melancholic dark journey through house with eerie pianos and an awesome heavy bass, sweeping FX over some nice percussion works very well on this.
Solunamanalia’s West End Deep Touch stays true to the original and utilises those brilliant sounds well. Not as dark as the original but still a pumping groove throughout. Very cool added layers bring this to life with a tribal feel, very well constructed.
Ibiza 2K12 – Deep House Frequencies comes with original tracks and remixes from Accatone, Wonji, Ed Lee, Brett Lawrence, Dimitry Liss & Nasrawi, Sa.Du, Unnamed, Jimmy Galle, Valeria Croft featuring Stoletov, Middle Rhythm, Qmusse, Maertz, Rishi K., Jamez & Soulboy, Guido Durante & Mattia Evo, Baltj_More, Submantra, Jon Sweetname, Iker Undersound, Charles Ramirez, Vasco, Diego Alvez, Ittai Barkai and Solartoff.
EPISODE 175: Ultimate Breakers – Chika_go (Mint & Mustard Recordings)
Ultimate Breakers was born thanks to Seb Sanchez and Oris D at the terrace of a Parisian cafe.
Playing in different universes of electronic music, both of the DJs decided to put their experiences together through a common project: ULTIMATE BREAKERS.
It was in the South of France, by playing in Pyramids nights of Juan Les Pins and in the first Rave Party organized on la Côte d’Azur that Seb Sanchez plays his first Electro set in front of a conquered audience.
DJ with an efficient and personal style, both accessible and specialized, his range goes from the Deep, the House and the Tech-House, and appears in French and European nightclubs (le Warhol, Bar 25, Factory Club, le Wax Club, H2O) also in various private parties (L’Oreal, Privaty).
In 2005, he arrived at Paris and very quickly, make his style known in most of important nightclubs of the capital (la Loco, le Duplex, le Metropolis, les Coulisses, le BatoFar). He appeared in the Gay Pride 2010 and was the honored guest of the Beirut In The Mix float for the Technoparade 2010 and got a permanent place on MixFeever Radio.
Also, Seb Sanchez became a journalist in the famous magazine Only for DJs.
Every month, an exclusive podcast Fly With Me To Tech-House Music is available on Itunes.
Oris D is considered as a rising star of the house electro scene.
Famous thanks to his productions and remix played by numerous DJs in Europe, and also by the radio rotations in France (FG, Vitamin) and in Belgium (Funradio BE), he has been for 8 years carrying on with many students parties and french but also european clubs (Spain, England, Germany, Belgium).
Every week, the mixed selection entitled Radioshow by Oris D is podcast on dozens of FM radios, on the web, and also on podcast version on itunes.
The Ultimate Breakers concept opens a new road on the international electronic scene. Other than Djs, the group offers a real concert in which the tech-house tracks are played in live. This performance is relevant by its visual aspect and its program which already conquered lots of festivals and clubs all over the world.
Ultimate Breakers creates a new path into the Tech-electro House style, a mix between the tech-house minimalist underground and the electro-house. Their unique live in each appearance lead the audience into a travel in which several electronic sounds are gathered, producing a contagious energy of partying.
EPISODE 176: Diego Alvez & Solunamanalia – Rocbouquet (Bonzai Progressive)
The Portuguese producer Diego Alvez has a solid musical base that he started to build up already back in 1998 by playing the piano. He started to produce music himself in 2010 and has already quite a carreer to look back at as he has already remixed Unik (Portugal), Solunamanalia (Japan), Eco Do Ego (Portugal) and many others yet unreleased. His producing style has been influenced by names as Jared Leto (30 Seconds To Mars), Trentemoller, Fernando Fragoso and many more.
His personal taste ranges from Classical Music to Electronic Music including Minimal, Tech-House Dark and Dark-Tech but also Ambient Music.
The music Diego Alvez brings us is highlighted by sentimental melodies, intimate pianos and glitches.
EPISODE 177: Active Line Six – Silent Dream (Eyepatch Recordings)
Active Line Six first showed interest for rhythm and music in 1994. As a 17 year old he became resident at “KULUSIC”, a popular club in Zagreb, Croatia. Afterwards, he was also a resident dj at club “88” (diva futura night), which made him the youngest electronic music DJ at the time.
During the next five years he was a guest at all major clubs and parties around Croatia.
In the beginning, Active Line Six played trance and progressive music. A testament to that was the VIVID – BONZAI LABEL PARTY (Fly, Franky Cherrymoon, Kiki, Frajman, Active, Umek, Mary) he organized held at Dom Sportova on 21.01.1995.
In 1998 he became resident in club “EX” in Varazdin, where he stayed till 2000. Around that time, a new club opened in Zagreb – the “NO1″ club, where he held residence for a full 8 years with his friend DJ Nikkola. In parallel, he also did work on the “Bodywork” programme in “OTV” club Zagreb.
Soon afther that, with a team of 5 fellow DJs, he founded “Body&Soul” – a cult house programme in the famous zagreb club “THE BEST”, where many famous names of the global electronic scene came to play, such as: David Morales, Shapeshifters, Barbara Tucker, Miguel Migs, Phats&Small, Claude Monnet, Silicone Soul etc. There he stayed till 2005.
Now, 15 years later, Active Line Six does producing and arranging.
EPISODE 178: Corrado Bucci – Trip To Forest (Bonzai Elemental)
Corrado Bucci (04/08/1988) one of the duo called The Chocolates, is a young Italian musician, producer and DJ.
His music is a mixture of different elements ranging from classical piano to multiethnic instruments with some chill & trip hop and downtempo influences.
Corrados first release was a remix he did in January 2012 of the song Boys & Girls published on Melodica Records.