Martin Buttrich and Mousse T’s collaboration on Session 1 EP is the result of two legendary producers meeting eye-to-eye for their first original material in over two years. The German production heavyweights are veterans in every sense of the word, with Martin Buttrich acting as the co-head of Desolat with Loco Dice, and Mousse T producing #1 hit singles like the release of “Sex Bomb” on Tom Jones’ Reload LP from 2000. “Sunseeker” kicks off the joint venture with a focal guitar riff that gives off a warm and resonating melody. “Smack Back” on the flip side is another primed dance floor cut, featuring a punchy percussion and gritty chord sequences, throughout. The EP is out now on vinyl, and digitally October 21st.Posted by
With Miami Music Week now in full swing, there is never going to be a shortage of parties. None, however, are quite as unique as Tuesday’s 2GTHR event, hosted by BPM. The concept: nine back to back sets from a selection of some of the best veterans and promising young talent in the underground scene today. The Surfcomber Hotel is hosting parties all week, but this was truly one of a kind.
Thanks to our friends over at Be-At.TV, you can spend an entire masochistic week watching and listening along to the live streams from all times of day at the BPM Festival going on right now through January 13th in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. You can explore the site directly, or check out schedules on BPM’s Facebook page. Dubfire‘s Sci + Tec, Toolroom, Loco Dice and Martin Buttrich’s Desolat, Sasha‘s Never Say Never, and Guy Gerber‘s This Is The End are just a few of the parties you’ll have to drool over in coming days.Posted by
At Electric Zoo 2010, Martin Buttrich, Matthias Tanzmann, and Davide Squillace came together to put on an exclusive back-to-back set in the Sunday School Grove. Before we knew it, a fun project between friends gave way to Better Lost Than Stupid. The three curate some of the biggest labels on the underground scene and maintain residencies at some of the world’s most famous clubs. In terms of house and techno, where one lacks, the other flourishes. They all bring a unique attribute to the table; and talks of the trio producing tracks together have us on edge for their return to New York.