DJ Feedbacks on Falling Beats EP: The Black Madonna | Tensnake | Bushwacka! | Demuja and many more!
Check out the DJ Feedbacks of well-known artist about the Falling Beats EP of Lu York & Ufuk K including an Arie Mando Remix.
The Black Madonna
DJ and producer who became known as the first ever creative director at the renowned Chicago based club Smart Bar. She is best known for her labels including Argot and Stripped & Chewed as well as tracks "Exodus" and "A Jealous Heart Never Rests."
"Thanks, groovy , love it!"
Born in Hamburg in 1975, Marco grew up listening to disco, soul, boogie, funk and 80s pop. As he grew older he went through a brief Mod phase before finding and embracing more dancefloor-inspired influences from Larry Levan to Junior Boys Own, Romanthony to Masters of Work. After starting the Mirau Musik label with friends in 2005, Marco released his first record "Around The House." He made his commercial recording debut on the Mirau Musik label with his Restless EP in 2006, which he followed up with I Say Mista in 2007. In addition, he released EPs on the labels Players Paradise (Dust, 2007), Radius Records (Fried Egg, 2007), and Endless Flight (Keep Believin’, 2008). In 2007 he also founded the label Glossy Edits, which quickly gained a great reputation amongst music collectors.
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Matthew Benjamin (Bushwacka! / JustBe)
"Great tunes! will try it out!"
Ever since playing under the stars at Amnesia in 1989 Ibiza has become a special place for JUST BE. He has continued to play at Cocoon, DC10, and Carl Cox’s revolution parties at Space, his sound becoming synonymous with the White Isles summer hedonism. Ibiza aside, he still retains his roots in the London scene. The London based Shake It! warehouse parties which he curates and promotes with Layo are some of the biggest in the UK. 2011 saw them taking Shake It! to Ibiza for ten dates alongside MTV in the main room at Amnesia, as well as hosting an arena at the SW4 festival in London.