Tapes are dead so we’re elevating them to the clouds. Listen to the third episode of The Delorian Tapes, our not-purely-electronic podcasts with which we’d like to pay tribute to everything and everyone that inspired us to keep walking. This episode is in celebration of Black Music Month.
Tapes are dead so we’re elevating them to the clouds. Listen to the second episode of The Delorian Tapes, our not-purely-electronic podcasts with which we’d like to pay tribute to everything and everyone that inspired us to keep walking.
It is a relatively unknown fact that during all of Elvis Presley’s successful career, he never wrote one song. In fact, there’s a small number of musicians who were actually the masterminds behind the hits that marked Elvis’ legend status in history. This fact doesn’t deny Presley’s power as a singer and as a performer. He had the power to turn any song into an Elvis song, and elevate it to levels that rightfully gave him the nickname “king”. Since many of his big hits are actually covers – Hound Dog was originally performed by Big Mama Thornton – we take
Tapes are dead so we’re elevating them to the clouds. Listen to the first session of The Delorian Tapes, our not-purely-electronic podcasts with which we’d like to pay tribute to everything and everyone that inspired us to keep walking. This first episode is a mix of what we don’t like to call World Music in addition to ambient, acoustic, and gospel music.
@LineOrcircle started small as a musician since the age of 12 and developed his knowledge in music while growing up to escape the reality he was in, and evolved afterwards into a DJ & a producer specialized in Electronic Music. His influences include: Gramatik, Poldoore, Akshin Alizadeh, Art of Tones, Synapson, DafunkeeTomato, David August, Nicolas Jaar, JADE, Fouk! , Junktion, Claptone. Tracklist: Visions Of You (Original Mix) – Junktion Cine – Man Power The Stoop – Nebraska Estrelar – Dirtytwo Look What You’ve Done To Me – Nebraska Come Together (David August Reconstruction) – The Beatles Married On The Moon
Before I even reached the age of 10, I knew Omar Rahbany as a curious and musically obsessed kid. And of course as the grandchild of one of the Rahbani Brothers. It was clear that a musical future was written for him, but the symphony hadn’t been composed yet. He would talk about the sophistication and genius of Jazz when our innocent Y2K souls were dancing to Britney Spears, and proclaim Sean Connery as the best James Bond when Pierce Brosnan was the king of the millenium. Jump to adult life, I was never sure how I would hear again about Omar, but I
“Since a very young age, I was captivated by sound, it always interested me, the ways sound waves moved, it was completely beautiful and full of mystery and mystique. My mother introduced me to a variety of artists at a very young age. I started off old school hip-hop and such, until that purifying day came and I stumbled upon Electronic music, I was instantly transformed as a person and as an artist. Starting off with my sheer curiosity I was astoundingly happy to simple be aware of the basic existence of the possibilities in electronic music, the endless creativity
Lebanese DJ & producer @vinceaoun has been around the scene since 2010, when he started his online radio show “Catalepsy”, which continued to run for 5 years. Over those years, he grabbed the attention of many top jocks like Paul Van Dyk, Judge Jules, and Paul Oakenfold; & his tracks appeared on many labels around the globe, until one got a notable release in May 2015 on Paul Van Dyk’s Vandit Records, entitled “Cygnus”, alongside Bilal El Aly. Vince Aoun decided to explore new horizons with his sound by debuting on Bonzai Progressive, in November 2015, with his fantastic track
Munaqresh (aka @dubSnakkr), born Ahmad Khouja, is a Syrian dj, producer, percussionist and founder of Stronghold Sound. After moving from Kuwait to the US as a kid, Ahmad picked up drumming began gigging in high school bands in the suburbs of New York City. As a dj he soon began exploring sampling random vinyl he could find from street vendors, old cassettes and his parents old Arabic 45s and mashing them up and finding hybrid sounds. It was that eclecticism and love of tasting several genres in a single mix that gave him the handle, dub Snakkr. After moving to
Born in Santa Clara, California to a Lebanese family. From middle eastern music, to Afro . Classical to heavy metal. Rock to RnB. Funk to Jazz. Each genre resonated with me in someway at a very early age. It wasn’t until the Summer of 2004 that the art of DJing and electronic music was introduced into my world. Ever since that day, it has been an ongoing, constant, musical journey full of new discoveries, new lessons, and new techniques daily. Safe to say that the amount of pleasure I get from creating and mixing will be the reason that I