Making a Beat: KYLE – iSpy (feat. Lil Yachty)


Logic X Session D/L link: http://blog.imamusicmogul.com/2017/05/making-beat-kyle-ispy-feat-lil-yachty/ IAMM PlayPack (includes MIDI + Samples) D/L link: http://blog.imamusicmogul.com/2017/05/making-beat-kyle-ispy-feat-lil-yachty/ Join and collaborate with other artists at: http://imamusicmogul.com ———————————————————————————— In the following video we’ll be remaking (from scratch) iSpy by KYLE featuring Lil Yachty. Logic X session, MIDI stems and samples included after the break. ———————————————————————————— SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c… ———————————————————————————— Thanks for watching! Leave your questions in the comments below and don't to share and thumbs up this video if you… liked it 🙂 ———————————————————————————— SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c… ———————————————————————————— SOCIAL NETWORKS:
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Jazzuelle, Card On Spokes Feat. LUMA – Circles


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Jazzuelle – Circles (Full Album): One of South Africa’s hottest production names, Jazzuelle steps up for the release of his debut LP on Germany’s Get Physical Music. The super talented artist was a highlight on the recent ‘Africa Gets Physical’ compilation and has built a solid reputation with releases on Atjazz and Lazy Days amongst others. „Circles“ – a timeless piece of music – is also the name of the album, coming up in June described by Jazzuelle: “Circles showcases a number of things and runs through many emotions, my experiences and interactions. Writing it was very challenging for me and I had a clear mission: Release forward-thinking, urban soul music."

Tube & Berger Live From #DJMagHQ


Subscribe to DJ Mag TV: http://bit.ly/Oduqwo School buses aren’t the usual catalysts for great musical achievements, but this was where Arndt Roerig and Marko Vidovic – now known around the globe as Tube & Berger – first started their musical journey. Now 15 or so years later they are two of the most seasoned house producers and in-demand remixers around, with an acclaimed studio album, releases on an array of prestigious labels, gigs at the world’s finest venues and over 25 million YouTube plays to their name. One of the biggest selling acts on Beatport in 2013 and 2014, Tube & Berger is already one of the hottest duos in the world; but this is only the beginning.
Never ones to follow in others footsteps, the duo inject spontaneity into their lives wherever they can; travelling to unusual destinations on a whim and deeply contemplating the end of the world are just two of the ways Tube & Berger gain creative inspiration.
From early experiments in the world of punk, the German duo’s first breakthrough came with their 2004 hit ‘Straight Ahead’, which featured the vocals of Chrissie Hynde and shot straight to the top of the Billboard Dance Radio Chart. Since this early success their output has evolved significantly, incorporating real-life recordings, samples and an intricate, emotion-laden production style to create records that are organic and evocative, without losing focus on packing that dancefloor punch essential for the modern-day DJ.
“We always say that it’s always important to change and we like to be dynamic” says Roerig of their current aesthetic. “When the deep house boom came around we were both pretty tired of the minimal, cold and non-melodic sounds that were around. Suddenly more vocal bits and more melodic parts came up and we felt like that was much more our thing.” If the “deep house boom” was the catalyst for the change in style, then Tube & Berger in turn have undoubtedly become one of the most celebrated proponents for it, crafting several of the scenes defining records in the last couple of years. More notably perhaps is ‘Imprint of Pleasure’, a heart-wrenchingly poignant dancefloor anthem released on Suara that was named as Beatport’s 9th Top Selling Track of All Time, racked up a hefty 13 million views on YouTube and has provided the soundtrack for festivals and dancefloors for over three years.
Perhaps one of the greatest strings to their bow has been the success of their own label Kittball Records, which they run along with friend and fellow DJ Juliet Sikora. As well as releasing their own music, Kittball has helped nurture the careers of Milan Euringer (alongside whom they wrote the huge underground hit ‘Lovebreak’), Jerome Robbins and Kolombo to name but a few.
It was on Kittball that Tube & Berger released their debut studio album ‘Introlution’ back in 2012. Aiming to “convey mood, great vocals and plenty of emotion”, the album boasted a collaboration with Chicago House legend Robert Owens as well as a further 14 tracks that moved from glitchy, jacking house to stripped-back Baleric vibes. This year Kittball celebrates ten years in the industry with a European tour throughout the year. Website: http://www.djmag.com
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