Recent posts: Efron
After a great run of releases in labels like Cecille, Paulatine, Brise Records, Inmotion Music, Sphera and others, Piek is back to Piston Recordings with a smashing new single, Susurros, featuring remixes from Cosmic Cowboys, Efron, Lights Electronika and Muk.ti.
Support from: Support from Alex Flatner, Chaim, GarcyNoise, Ka§par, Michel de Hey, Nic Fanciulli, Olderic, Patrick Zigon, Paul Hazendonk, Rui Vargas, Slam, Toni Rios, etc.
End of the year compilation, including all the best tracks released in Piston Recordings in 2011.
Includes original tracks and remixes from Rob Small, Mute:, Accatone, Efron, Brett Lawrence, Charles Ramirez, Piek, Tish, Villa Gombao Inc., Daniele Kama, Adrian C, Lights Elektronica, Thinaik, Valeria Croft and Rodrigo Soria.
Piston Recordings was born in 2007 out of the hands of Rogério Martins, Managing Director, A&R and Artist, to fill the void in Portugal’s independent dance music labels dedicated to young and fresh new talent.
In Piston Recordings it’s not all about the music. It’s also about growing and nurturing a family of artists with their music and establishing strong bonds with them. Does not matter if its Deep House, Techno, Chillout or whatever you want to call it, to us what matters is the people behind it.
Today Piston continues to deliver it’s promise and is always looking out for new and uprising talent who need a solid platform to release their music!
The new instalment in the Deep Worx series is here!
Featuring original tracks and remixes by Victor Maximiliano, Accatone, Ishek & Thian, Patrik Prelovsky, Solartoff, Ehsan Zadegan, Mory Yacel, Luciano Nieto, Ittai Barkai, Efron, Agrande, Bastiq2ooo & DenneBerg, MiniTech Project, Fabio Scalabroni, Gr-oy, OneMenWork, diSapia, Jamez & Soulboy, Kosmorama, Nick Pheomotion, Citizen 42, Chantola, Johny S, Pedro Goya and Alkalino.
New instalment of the Tech Groover series, including original tracks and remixes by Fab Code, Dennis Franchi, Paul Edge, Rogerio Martins, Ehsan Zadegan, MiniTech Project, Oz Romita, M62, Joal, Fragoso, The French Connection, SoulWave, Piekfein, Accatone, Lucio Grandi, Andrea Saenz & Milton Channels, Ugur Yurt, Savino, Rodrigo Soria, Efron, Jamez & Soulboy, Alfa Rhythm Boys, OneMenWork, Zas & Sanze presents Mindgamers and DJ Smiler.
Volume 3 of the Tekhauzen compilation series on Bonzai Basiks.
This compilation comes with original tracks and remixes from Ecco, Oz Romita, Del Horno, Rodrigo Soria, Efron, Mass Digital, Sander Bongertman , Jamez and Soulboy, Rob Small, Mute:, Ed Lee, Project KF, Joal, Charles Ramirez, Piek, Tofke and Peker, Fab Code, Zas & Sanze presents Mindgamers, The French Connection, Kernel Key, Fragoso, MiniTech Project, Lucio Grandi, M62, Santon and Ugur Yurt.
New compilation series on Bonzai Progressive, with original tracks and remixes by Hilal Tekschneider, Luca Lombardi, Dennis Franchi, Jamez & Soulboy, Ran Salman & Nir Azilov featuring Lee Kashir, Uriel, Code Duello, Dyron, diSapia, YokoO & James Hunter, Accatone, Jay Tripwire, Piekfein, Lucio Grandi, Efron, Iker Undersound, John Manning & Matt Silver, Daily Dose, Louie Cut, Soundmodul & Moffous, Joal, Fragoso, Santon, SoulWave, Victor Maximiliano and Beatblenderz.
New concept compilation from Piston Recordings.
Collected Works reflects the last year of Piston Recordings with some of the most influential tracks released in the labels catalog, including tracks from Efron, Accatone, Villa Gombao Inc., Lights Electronika, Charlez Ramirez, Rodrigo Soria, David Ekenback, and Rob Small.
All of this tracks have had feedback support and plays from top DJ’s like Laurent Garnier, Joris Voorn, Alex Flatner, Anthony Pappa, Toni Rios, Hector Couto, Nils Nuernberg, Sasch BBC, DJ Sneak, Nic Fanciulli, Danny Serrano, Bloody Mary, Mihai Popoviciu, Chaim, SIS, Aitor El Txef A, Iván Ramos Coyu, UNER, Felix Feygin, Garcy Noise, Paul Hazendonk, Slam and many others.
In fact, the Mute: Remix of Rob Small – Bad Wednesday that we include in this compilation, was picked by Maya Jane Coles for her debut at Radio 1 Essential Mix.
What else can you desire from the music industry other then partners recognition?