WE return for another session on The Night Bazaar and this one is a very special instalment from an artist with a pedigree spanning three decades, one of house music’s true legends, Joeski. The Maya Records boss is enjoying another huge summer and has just finished touring New Zealand and Australia. He is currently in Canada playing at his Stereobar residency on August 11th and then in his hometown of New York City on August 12th before a jaunt down to Colombia before heading back to Europe to play Paradise at DC10 in Ibiza on August 22nd. With upcoming...Read More
STEFAN Braatz has long been an important guru on the German house scene. He first started producing and DJing way back 2000 after discovering – and subsequently becoming obsessed with – acid and Chicago house, and formed his own Adapter label way back in 2004. Over the years he’s released on house staples like King Street and Nite Grooves, while his latest addition to his prolific discography is a fresh cut on Steve Bug’s evergreen Poker Flat Recordings. On ‘Realize’ his affinity for groovy Chicago house is in full effect as he enlists the vocal talents of Merwyn Sanders,...Read More
Boris Brejcha: ‘Music helped me get through hard times, it was always a passion’ We caught up with Germany's High-Tech Minimal, electronic music powerhouse to find out more about the man behind the mask ahead of Sonus Festival in Croatia this weekend.
NOT many electronic music artists from the last few years have invented their own sound but German DJ and producer Boris Brejcha claims to have done just that. Boris’ High-Tech Minimal sound has swept through clubs and festivals across the world over the last few years winning armies of fans along the way with flamboyant DJ sets full of positive energy whether he’s wearing his instantly recognisable mask or not. This weekend Boris will be heading to Sonus Festival in Croatia which starts on Sunday. You can catch Boris playing next Tuesday at the week long spectacular in the...Read More
THESE MACHINES heralds a new era and direction for one of UK dance music’s most prolific artists, Steve Mac. Best known as one half of Rhythm Masters, the Brighton-based DJ and producer released debut single ‘Martina’ last month featuring the vocal talents of Pollito Boogaloo singer Rafael Berrio. The track has become an instant classic with many of the world’s leading tastemakers including Carl Cox, Dubfire, Carl Craig, Hot Since 82 and Irvine Welsh all lining up to heap praise on the intoxicating summer groove. We caught up with Steve to find out more about These Machines and what...Read More
These Machines: ‘I really love what I do and changing the way I do things just makes you fall in love with it all over again’ Steve Mac recently unveiled his new project with single Martina featuring Rafael Berrio. We caught up with him to find out more about his new direction and working with Danny Rampling and Irvine Welsh.
THESE MACHINES heralds a new era and direction for one of UK dance music’s most prolific artists, Steve Mac. Best known as one half of Rhythm Masters, the Brighton-based DJ and producer released debut single ‘Martina’ last month featuring the vocal talents of Pollito Boogaloo singer Rafael Berrio. The track has become an instant classic with many of the world’s leading tastemakers including Carl Cox, Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Dubfire, Carl Craig, Hot Since 82 and Irvine Welsh all lining up to heap praise on the intoxicating summer groove. We caught up with Steve to find out more about...Read More
LUNACY Sound Division is the production alias of The Night Bazaar and Cubism boss Mark Gwinnett. As the Cubism label fires up its summer releases starting with the Lunacy Sound Division track Proper Gander featuring Terry Francis, Mark has put together a mix featuring many new and exclusive tracks from his extensive digital crate digging and promo pool dropping Terry Francis own remix of Proper Gander towards the end of this hour long session and also an exclusive bootleg he has made of the track mashing Saeed Younan and Rub a Dub’s superb Back to the Freak track with...Read More
SAYTEK has sky rocketed to become one of the electronic music scene’s most in-demand live acts. It is with great pleasure we welcome him back to The Night Bazaar Sessions with this exclusive, very special 2 hour session which was recorded on June 29th 2018 at Golden Times vs Parallel in Copenhagen. Aside from Saytek’s spell binding live show, his production output is prolific. After releasing his acclaimed Machine Jams album on Cubism 2 years ago he has also released multiple EPs, all recorded live on Superfreq, Kevin Saunderson’s KMS and Darren Emerson’s Detone label where he about to...Read More
BACK with another session, it is with great pleasure we welcome Brighton’s Nick Hook to The Night Bazaar for the 37th edition. Nick is a DJ and producer with a rich history having released over 160 tracks and remixes over the years on a variety of tastemaker labels including FFRR, Zulu Records, Whartone, Hed Kandi, Renaissance and his own Jeepers! imprint. He has also plied his trade behind the decks all over the world alongside some of the biggest names in the scene including Sasha, John Digweed, Timo Maas, Seb Fontaine and Dave Seaman to name a few. Nick...Read More
Don Letts: ‘In the 21st century, reggae is part of the fabric of contemporary music and that’s a testament to Jamaica’s gift to the world’ We caught up with the Grammy award winning director, BBC 6 Music presenter and Reggae authority to chat about 50 years of Trojan Records and his podcast Reggae 45
GRAMMY award winning documentary Director, BBC 6 Music presenter and all-round musical magician Don Letts has been heavily involved with the reggae scene since the 70s. He’s worked with Bob Marley, The Clash, The Sex Pistols and many others of punk and reggae’s heaviest-hitters. In 2017, Don started a new podcast with the Caribbean food chain Turtle Bay to delve deep into the genre, it’s music and its incredible impact as a culture. His latest episode of ‘Reggae 45’ celebrates 50 years of Trojan records and we caught up with the Rebel Dread to discuss things further… Hi Don,...Read More
Claptone: ‘I’ve never felt the curse of the second album’ An exclusive video interview with the enigmatic DJ and producer on the making of his second album
THE mysterious, masked DJ and producer Claptone continues to delight house music fans across the world while keeping his identity shrouded in secrecy. He released second album, ‘Fantast’ at the beginning of this month. The album brings together a diverse group of collaborators such as Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke, Blaenavon, Tender, Jones, Zola Blood, Austra’s Katie Stelmanis, The Boxer Rebellion’s Nathan Nicholson, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Joan As Police Woman and Matt Simons. ‘Fantast’ demonstrates Claptone’s breadth of skill more so than debut album ‘Charmer’ which has scored over 60million streams and counting, but it’s in ‘Fantast’ that the...Read More