Stream Kant’s remix of Elderbrook x Andhim’s – ‘How Many Times’

After spending the best part of 12 months building serious momentum in the clubs, Andhim x Elderbrook’s ‘How Many Times’ is now available to buy via taste-making imprint Black Butter.

A twisting, percussive masterclass built around Elderbrook’s hazy, dreamcast vocals, German producer duo Andhim’s take on ‘How Many Times’ is as abstract as it is infectious, proving that their work has the guile to be appreciated both in and away from the dancefloor. Having amassed nearly 900,000 streams organically via Soundcloud too (and a further 1.7 million via Spotify) and topped the Hype Machine chart, it’s a track that’s clearly connected – as further evidenced by the news that ‘How Many Times’ also ended the summer as one of the ‘Top 10 Most Shazam-ed Tracks in Ibiza’.
With fresh remixes from both Kant – who turns a deeper, darker hand to his dub edit – and Saved Records boss Nic Fanciulli also forecast as part of the release package, ‘How Many Times’ is shaping up to make a real impact at the back end of 2015.

About Andhim
With releases spanning labels like Terminal M, Monaberry and most recently Get Physical – for whom they have released a trio of EPs over the last three years – German producer duo Andhim are a force to be reckoned with. Pioneering their own brand of house music, a sound they simply refer to as ‘Super House’, Andhim have built a reputation for being some of Europe’s most revered party starters – as evidenced by numerous Ibiza appearances at Ushuaia, Sankeys and Amnesia this summer. The duo also recorded their debut BBC R1 Essential Mix earlier this year.

About Elderbrook
20 year old London-based singer/producer Elderbrook has quickly made a mark on the wider landscape with his own brand of down-tempo, hip-hop inspired beats. A keen musician to boot – he plays the guitar, bass, piano and drums – his hazy, whimsical vocal style has drawn admirers too, including key London imprint Black Butter, to whom Elderbrook is now signed.

Andhim – Spayce EP

VERBOTEN NYE: All That Glitters with Lee Burridge, Andhim, Matthew Dekay & more

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December 31, 2014

NEW YEAR’S EVE AT VERBOTEN
All That Glitters: Lee Burridge, Andhim, Matthew Dekay, Bedouin & Mike Khoury

Special New Year’s Eve Dinner Party in Cabaret Bar
New Monthly Supper Club Series

8PM Dinner | 10PM Dancing
$60-80 Advance Tickets while supplies last here
$150 Dinner / Party Combo Ticket
21 + and over

Lee Burridge at Verboten / Photo by Oliver Correa for VerbotenNewYork.com

Verboten is proud to announce the lineup for its massive New Year’s marathon “All That Glitters” with Lee Burridge, Andhim, Matthew Dekay, Bedouin and Mike Khoury. The festivities kick off on December 31 with Andhim, Bedouin and Mike Khoury to usher in the New Year, then swings into the late night with Lee Burridge and Matthew Dekay, providing a marathon of the finest underground house and techno to ring in 2015. For this very special event, Verboten is upping the ante on the production it has become known for, transforming their raw, industrial space into a glittering, futuristic wonderland for “All That Glitters.” Two rooms of over-the-top decor, interactive performers, aerialists, panoramic video and tons of giveways kick off 2015 in true shimmering style. Guests are encouraged to dress in theme in their best silver, mirror or disco ball inspired outfits, and some comfy dancing shoes as Verboten will be staying open extra late for this NYE Marathon.

Verboten also presents a special New Year’s Eve dinner party by Chef Chris McLaughlin as part of its monthly Supper Club series in the Cabaret Bar. Dinner includes a three course meal from Verboten’s new dinner menu, complimentary cocktail pairings, and admission to the party afterwards. 8 pm dinner, 10 pm dancing. Tickets are available at VerbotenNewYork.com.

Lee Burridge’s illustrious DJ career has spanned at least three continents and seen him work alongside some of the England’s most revered DJ’s, and he’s been featured on DJ Mag’s Top 100 poll for 9 consecutive years. When asked what kind of music he plays, he usually doesn’t have an answer but explains: “The records that can’t really be described. Those are the ones that always interest me. Wonky, Wobbly, bassline driven, trippy, melodic, mean, nasty, gentle, deep, spacious, distant and rocking.interesting not obvious.“

Dutch DJ and composer Matthew Dekay’s label All Day I Dream, is responsible for pushing some of today’s most romantic, melancholic and emotional house music. Since breaking out into the scene with his first official release on One Star Records in 2001, Matthew Dekay has completed a metamorphosis through many styles and sounds, and has now returned to where he feels the most comfortable expressing his creativity – in underground music.
Made up of Simon Haehnel and Tobias Müller, Andhim have been honing their musical skills since their teenage years, drawing influence from a background in hip hop to create an energetic and soulful style of electronic dance music. Their unique, party-proven sound, which they describe as “super house,” has become its very own genre built from their soul and passion. The duo continues to hold up their reputation of transforming the decks into instruments themselves to create an extended sphere of music. Listen to their latest track, a remix of The 2 Bears’ “Not This Time” here.
Brooklyn’s own Tamer Malki and Rami Deejay are staples on the East Coast, but together they create the unstoppable Bedouin. The duo’s debut EP ‘Mirage’ is available now on Beatport, and has been dubbed “brilliant” by Pete Tong.

Mike Khoury’s sets continually blur the lines between techno, minimal, and tech-house. His fresh grooves, driving basslines, and dancefloor funk keep the late night revelers on their toes. He draws inspiration from the cutting edge sounds coming out of Berlin without forgetting his Chicago roots.

Super Flu & Andhim – Hasoweh (Official Video)

With all the contentious rhetoric circling around the quality of productions lately we think it’s worth giving “Hasoweh” a listen. Super Flu — while not for everyone — produces with passion and certainly doesn’t create anything listeners might deem “sell out music.” The video features synchronized swimming and provides the perfect backdrop for the ambient and unique track. Even if you aren’t feeling “Hasoweh” we suggest you try “Shine”  – also by the duo — on for size.