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NU PROGRESSIVE 2 (PROGREZ)

 

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Second installment in the Nu Progressive series, this time around with original tracks and remixes by John 00 Fleming, Planisphere, Pierre Zamyatin, Diego Alvez, Michael & Levan and Stiven Rivic, Noa Romana & Deersky, Samotarev, Moshic, Manu Riga, Kintar & Rex, Tom Conrad, Andre Bonsor, Van Bellen, Stefan Djordevic, Sonsez, Audio Noir, Frangellico, Soundmodul, Moffous & Francesco Parla, Lemonchill, Kliment, The Revolving Junkie, The Idem, Kevin Vega and Loquai.

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19 June 2013 FEATURED  RELEASES Read more

THE IDEM – 12CHIC MASTERTIMER (BONZAI PROGRESSIVE)

 

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Progressive fuelled beats from Bonzai Progressive with The Idem.

Non Bis In Idem has had an amazing journey through music up until now. Starting at just 18 she quickly developed her own style of hard techno and tech house. After some early disappointment with record deals that never came through she got signed with Bonzai Progressive and the results are already beginning to look amazing.

12Chic MasterTimer is a sexy look into the world of prog with tech influences. The original is a very erotic groove with cool synth stabs and sexy spoken vocal, on the break with a simple melody and very descriptive words will surely get anyone going!

The awesome Mindgamers join in on remix duties and create a powerful tech house monster, stripped down sounds with a brilliant bassline and drum section, this will get a lot of support.

Planisphere drop by with a simply brilliant remix, prog trance at it’s best, consistent groove and some very well placed sounds, the original vocals are used very well and that keeps the sexy vibe alive.

This gifted artist deserves full support with a lot more to come.

18 July 2012 FEATURED  RELEASES Read more

BONZAI PROGRESSIVE PODCAST – WEEK 09 – 2012

EPISODE 134: The Idem – Non Bis In Idem (Progrez)

The Idem had her first contact with electronic music production at the age of 18 with the well-known Reason and quickly noticed that this was a wide and wonderful world, beginning to create her own rhythms and grooves in the styles Hardtechno and Techno-house which was what she liked at the time. Of course all beginning is difficult and good results need time and a long learning process, a road which she embarked all by herself.
Then she bought some turntables to play music and gain knowledge, taste, and start getting into the world of music.

Age 20 she created several Hard-Techno tracks and sent them to various record companies. The spanish label Jaxx Records was the first to respond positively to the music and showed interest in publishing her creations. Unfortunately the deal never happened due to the bad situation in which the music market was in at the time.

Age 23 she begins to build a small studio and buys the famous Ableton Live and some powerful synthesizer and starts again to create many tracks an loops that remained unfinished as she was not satisfied of their sound.

Now, age 25 after long and hard work to get the sound to be what she wants it to be her first EP gets released referring to her stage name: Non Bis In Idem

The Idems style when creating music ranges from Progressive House, Deep Tech-House, Minimal Tech-House, Electro House always with a personal touch from Deep Electronic Music.

Influences: Jean Michelle Jarre, Hernan Cattaneo, John Digweed, Sasha, Fedde le Grand, Paul Oakenfold, Deadmau5, Marco Bailey, Radio Slave, Trentemoller, Booka Shade, Mauro Picotto, Cristian Varela, Deep Dish, Steve Lawler, Danny Tenaglia, Ben Sims, Henry Saiz, Marc Marzenith, Paco Osuna, Oscar Mulero, Loco Dice, Richie Hawtin, Ricardo Villalobos, Guy Gerber, Robert Babicz, Dave Clarke, Chris Liebing, Aril Brikha, Axwell, Alex Under, Timo Maas, Clode and many more.

EPISODE 135: Rishi K. – Neon Jungle (Howz Choonz)

For the last 13 years, Rishi has been extremely passionate about electronic music in one form or another. Since moving to San Francisco 2 years ago he has DJ’d at several venues such as Supperclub, Apartment 24, and Project One as well as hosted his own event brining some of the hottest Bay Area trance DJs together.

Although still relatively new to the electronic music scene, Rishi has put in hundreds of hours behind the decks already, recording his weekly mixes in multiple genres which can be accessed at www.djrish.podomatic.com.
Rishi is a versatile and stylish DJ, and plays many different genres including tribal, house, progressive house and trance. His love for each of these genres is equal.

He has recently begun producing music and has been working feverishly over the last few months on many different styles. July 2011 saw the release of his first EP on Colombian Records and release on Aenaria Tribal. Since then he has released on prestigeous labels such as System Recordings, TheSounds, Spring Tube Recordings, Green Martian and others. He continues to release quality tracks so expect to hear much more from him in the coming months.

His passion for productions range from deep and classy sounds, to tribal, to tech house, and more.

EPISODE 136: Abi-Q & Raw-E – Jerome (Bonzai Progressive)

New release from Abi-Q & Raw-E in Bonzai Progressive. The single comes with the original track Jerome plus a Crocy Remix on top.

 

2 March 2012 UPDATES Read more

THE IDEM – NON BIS IN IDEM EP (PROGREZ)

 

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The Idem had her first contact with electronic music production at the age of 18 with the well-known Reason and quickly noticed that this was a wide and wonderful world, beginning to create her own rhythms and grooves in the styles Hardtechno and Techno-house which was what she liked at the time. Of course all beginning is difficult and good results need time and a long learning process, a road which she embarked all by herself.
Then she bought some turntables to play music and gain knowledge, taste, and start getting into the world of music.

Age 20 she created several Hard-Techno tracks and sent them to various record companies. The spanish label Jaxx Records was the first to respond positively to the music and showed interest in publishing her creations. Unfortunately the deal never happened due to the bad situation in which the music market was in at the time.

Age 23 she begins to build a small studio and buys the famous Ableton Live and some powerful synthesizer and starts again to create many tracks an loops that remained unfinished as she was not satisfied of their sound.

Now, age 25 after long and hard work to get the sound to be what she wants it to be her first EP gets released referring to her stage name: Non Bis In Idem

The Idems style when creating music ranges from Progressive House, Deep Tech-House, Minimal Tech-House, Electro House always with a personal touch from Deep Electronic Music.

Influences: Jean Michelle Jarre, Hernan Cattaneo, John Digweed, Sasha, Fedde le Grand, Paul Oakenfold, Deadmau5, Marco Bailey, Radio Slave, Trentemoller, Booka Shade, Mauro Picotto, Cristian Varela, Deep Dish, Steve Lawler, Danny Tenaglia, Ben Sims, Henry Saiz, Marc Marzenith, Paco Osuna, Oscar Mulero, Loco Dice, Richie Hawtin, Ricardo Villalobos, Guy Gerber, Robert Babicz, Dave Clarke, Chris Liebing, Aril Brikha, Axwell, Alex Under, Timo Maas, Clode and many more.

29 February 2012 FEATURED Read more

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