Skatebård, real name Bård Aasen Lødemel, is a producer and DJ from Norway who rose to prominence in the early noughties. His catalogue “oscillates between emotional techno, neo-italo, electro from an alternative future and a Scando-cosmic reinterpretation of pure Detroitian house”. In 2006 he founded Digitalo Enterprises, an imprint that he has exclusively been using to put his own material out.
Carrot Green aka Carlos Gualda is a young Brazilian producer and DJ based in Rio de Janeiro. He first came to prominence in 2014 with a remix on the first volume of the Brazilian Shakedown series, and converted the try the following year with the second volume, entirely produced by him.
Bill Converse is a DJ and producer currently living in Austin. Originally from Lansing, Michigan, he started DJing at a very young age, drawing inspiration from techno figures such as Claude Young and Traxx. Since relocating to Texas in 1998, he’s been collecting records and gear, as well as recording tracks in a studio he set up in his bedroom, experimenting with analog techniques in genres that range from abstract techno to ambient, acid, and weird electronics. Committing himself to his passion and slowly but surely building a cult following over the years, he then gathered together in 2013 an assortment of tracks and digitized it all on tape. The result was a perfect fit for a C-90 cassette and was released as such by Austin and Denver based cassette and VHS label Obsolete Future, specialized in underground techno and experimental synthesis. Going by the name of Meditations/Industry, Bill Converse’s debut album has just been reissued on vinyl by the essential San Francisco based imprint Dark Entries. His future projects involve more solo production and collaborations, DJing, as well as keeping up with his show on Intergalactic FM. Bill Converse is an atypical and dedicated musician, and we’re very pleased to give you LYO#59, a mix that will give you a glimpse of his current influences. Télécharger / Download LYO#059 / Bill Converse
Maciej Zambon is a Polish DJ and producer based in Berlin, widely known as the head honcho of The Very Polish Cut-Outs and Transatlantyk. In 2009, the Polish electronic scene is almost non-existant at an international level. Inspired by a Baris K mix heard on Beats In Space, Zambon starts editing obscure 70s and 80s tracks from the Polish underground. One year later, the New-York based imprint Bumrocks releases his first edits EP entitled The Very Polish Cutouts, which sells quickly and is now highly sought after. It’s under the same name that Zambon co-founds that year with Kacper Kapsa an edits label in order to promote the new Polish house scene, consisting of young talents such as Old Spice, the duo Ptaki (LYO#043), Jazxing and Selvy (LYO#055). With the support of Todd Terje, Eddie C, Bill Brewster, Andrew Weatherall and a few other established DJs, The Very Polish Cut-Outs quickly becomes a reference and establishes the Polish scene on an international scale. In 2014, Zambon launches Transatlantyk, a label this time dedicated to original productions of his protégés. As of now, totting up six EPs, one LP by Ptaki and the acclaimed Polo House compilation released in 2015, Transatlantyk is constantly rising and creating a stir. Zambon is also a DJ with remarkable eclectism, and has just given us an exclusive raw mix of old-school house with no frills, enjoy ! Télécharger / Download LYO#057 / Zambon (Transatlantyk)
Chaque mois, en présence d’un guest, Les Yeux Orange vous présentent des nouveautés et avant-premières électroniques, ainsi que leurs meilleures perles oubliées.
Selvy, aka Wojciech Grynko, is a young DJ and producer from Poznan in Poland.
It’s that time of the year. Time to make an assessment, figure out which tracks from 2015 will be remembered amongst the shedload of releases.
Stuart Robinson alias ASOK est un DJ et producteur britannique né dans la région de Liverpool. Il découvre la musique électronique dès le plus jeune âge et se met rapidement à collectionner les disques et à mixer sans se limiter à une période et un genre précis : electro funk, drum and bass, disco, techno, house, la liste est longue et atteste un éclectisme peu courant.
Les Yeux Orange vous présentent chaque mois, détendus et dans la bonne humeur, leurs trouvailles musicales du mois précédent, sous forme de podcast via SoundCloud ; dernières nouveautés, oldies dégotées en vide grenier ou ailleurs dans le monde de l’internet. Il y en aura pour tous les goûts. Voici le septième épisode de la série. Bonne écoute!