The Demolator – Rough – break/rave/rap – new music

Olivier Abbeloos was born and raised in Belgium, he is active as composer, producer, DJ, remixer.Step backward, Olivier Abbeloos a familiar name? That depends on when you first started buying house music.He shot to fame in the early 90’s producing classics such as T99’s ‘Anasthasia’ (which was on Sony Music and XL Recordings around the Prodigy era) and Quadrophonia’s ‘Quadrophonia’. Two huge records, number ones in many territories worldwide and records that alongside records by The Prodigy et al. kick started the dance music and in particular the “rave” scene. No small feat. He also produced Technotronics Second Album.Fast forward and Olivier has struck gold with C-MOS – the “2 million ways” record (rmx by Axwell) signed to Lowered Rec. / Universal Music (UK), cue Motivo Italy. But this time its not a rave anthem – this is a raw yet slick house record. So what else is Olivier doing ? Olivier runs his own labels Holographic & EPOS (Earth Parking Orbit Station), two club labels based in Belgium that bring you a fusion of clubbeats and disco/soul loops in a style outfit. Over the past 20 years, he has developed a typical sound that is like no other in the house scene. He produces several projects under the names C-MOS, Conga Squad, Cloud 9, Nu-matic, Bio-nic, Dynetic, Warp Factor One, Souldraft, Kretek, Soul Patrol, Trigger, Neon, Jarvic 7,…His hot and spicy sequences have appeared on mix compilations of Hed Kandi, Ministry of Sound, and many others. Companies like Universal, Subliminal, Motivo, Sony, Striclty Rhythm, Skint, JBO licensed his productions.

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Zeno was born as Zénon Zevenbergen in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.This rapper/songwriter started out back in 1987!After a couple of years of doing shows in the hip hop scene in The Netherlands, he got his break when he auditioned for the techno group T99. As their lead vocalist he toured the world from New York to Tokyo and released an album and three singles.After T99 he got involved in dutch hardcore gabberhouse. He became the MC for The Ruffneck Alliance and Dye Witness. These groups were very popular in the UK and sold out every venue they played.The next project he undertook was Devnull. This was a collaboration with Maurice Steenbergen of Rotterdam Termination Source fame. Devnull was a rap/rock project with live instruments.Reaching the semi-finals of the most prestigious dutch music contest The Grand Prix Of Holland. This was an artistically successful project but no songs were released.Now the time has come to reboot and start something new.In 2013 Zeno has reconnected with one half of the producers of T99, Olivier Abbeloos. They are currently working on a new project / album “The Demolator”.

The Partysquad ft. Maikal X – Bombshell

Clean Bandit & Jess Glynne – Real Love (BLAKLYTE & ALMOND Remix)

Janet Jackson – Got Til It’s Gone (DR. MaD REMIX)

Andrew Rayel feat. Jonny Rose – Daylight

Ellie Goulding – Love Me Like You Do (Gazzo Remix)

Atlas Bound – Landed on Mars

Noisey Talks with the Cholo Goth Pioneers Prayers in New Episode of “Noisey Meets”

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LOS ANGELES, CA (May 20, 2015) – VICE’s music and culture channel Noisey is excited to release “Noisey Meets: Prayers.” The latest installment in the “Noisey Meets” series, the episode features an in-depth interview with the pioneering electronic/industrial “cholo goth” duo Prayers.

Formed in 2013, Prayers have spent the last two years transforming the sound and look of modern goth music with vocalist Leafar Seyer and producer Dave Parley at the helm. Both Mexican immigrants, the duo explain how they don’t fit into the cholo or goth scenes, how they ended up joining their San Diego gang, and how their music is about brotherhood.

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Listen to Claptone’s new single “Dear Life”

‘Dear Life’ is the next chapter for Claptone and the second glimpse of his first full-length set for release in Autumn 2015. The mysterious enigma with the golden mask has gone from strength to strength of late, following an acclaimed BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix, a Beatport chart-topping smash remix of Gregory Porter and an incredible live show at the Miami Ultra Music Festival.

The single breaks new ground for Claptone as he delves deeper into songwriting. This time he is reunited with French singer Jaw (1/3 of production trio dOP) with whom he previously worked on ’No Eyes’, a big record for him back in 2013 on the notorious Berlin House label Exploited. In the new offering ‘Dear Life’ Claptone has created a spellbinding dance floor ready anthem that’ll sound just as good on your home stereo.

The masked figure recently shared teaser ‘The Music Got Me’, the first taste of the album and a track which went on to reach the top 5 on Beatport’s deep house chart, as did B-side Forest of Love. For the club heads, Claptone and Jaw deliver a second cut ‘Secret Lover’, a track packed with raw funk and a highlight of his recent Essential Mix.

‘Dear Life’ is available for purchase from May 22nd.

Max Graham says goodbye to Rebrand Records and launches new label, Cycles

It is after much thought that I’ve decided to say goodbye to my record label, Rebrand Records, and Armada as its distributor.

Conceived in 2004 with the idea of creating a family of like-minded artists, I can look back and say it was an amazing experience and we achieved exactly that. Huge thanks to the entire team at Armada for backing the label and helping it grow and the talented artists we featured, specifically my great friends Protoculture and Solid Stone who helped create the sound that Rebrand was so known for.

With that, I introduce the next step: my new imprint, Cycles.

Like its successful namesake Cycles Radio, Cycles the record label will encompass a much broader sound with a wide variety of true Progressive House and Techno with melodic influences–almost a return to the days when Trance had an underground groove and genres were not as defined as they are today. I’m very excited to showcase so much more amazing music from guys like Solid Stone (whose sound has evolved considerably since the earlier Rebrand days) and the incredibly talented Tim Penner, as well as many others already lined up for releases.

Along with the label, we are planning “CyclesLive” events which will be designed to celebrate the talent the show has to offer. I’m very excited to move forward with this new phase and bring everything under the one banner of Cycles.

The label’s first release in spring 2015 will be my own new single, “Redemption,” which carries amazing remixes by Alex Di Stefano, Tim Penner and Solid Stone who each premiered their version during Cycles 200 Live back in April in New York City.

I cannot wait to share this new song with you–along with the many other amazing releases we have on deck– as we embark on the next chapter of the Cycles journey together. – Max Graham