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Meet the artist | Arkanzas |Portugal 🇵🇹

Carlos Ourives aka Arkanzas is a Portuguese Techno producer with tracks Released on Underground Road Records, Oxytech, and others…

Next Release, soon on Underground Road Records, with the Track “Up & Down We Go”Don’t forget to follow the artist: https://www.facebook.com/ArkanzasDjproducer/


Thierry Vercouter aka Chip Verco is a Belgium based Dj/producer well known across the Europe, for his recently released on STROHM RECORDS track “Ein, Zwei, Drei”

“Ein, Zwei, Drei” was played on “STUDIO BRUSSEL” National Radio of BELGIUM.

In ’95 he started his career as a DJ among with Noseda Frank playing live sets at local clubs events. Inspired by Dave Clarke, Jeff Mills and Luke Slater, he got involved into his own passion for producing. Currently he is about to release his first EP- Abstructional Danger Buzzer(pre-order on Beatport) on STROHM RECORDS, April 3.

CHIP VERCO is Resident Dj at Boccaccio Beach

Bookings chipproducer@gmail.com

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeatgJYYP_o&w=560&h=315%5D


Athens & Epidaurus Festival 2018 kicks off with a huge music event that will take the industrial complex of Peiraios 260 by storm! What to expect? Live and DJ sets across three different stages by more than ten internationally acclaimed artists of the contemporary dance music scene, along with accomplished artists of the thriving Greek scene. On the heels of similar events that have been happening for years in major European cities, Athens finally has its own feast of contemporary electronic music.


13 acts will play at this festival.

The Electronic Music Industry and Social Media Self-Destruction | 6AM

Social media self-destruction seems to be a trend in the electronic music industry as of late.

Ten Walls is perhaps the most known victim of self-induced career suicide, a result of homophobic remarks posted to his Facebook account just over two years ago. Despite a number of apologies, canceled gigs, getting rebooked and then dropped again and then launching a brand-new tour, he has yet to come remotely close to the level of popularity and career trajectory he was enjoying prior to his now infamous statements.

If we rewind a few years you might remember UK producer Boddika taking to Twitter in May 2014 to tell those who work in the service industry in the UK and “can’t speak English” to “FUCK OFF!” Wolf + Lamb recording artist Tanner Ross attacked RA’s Andrew Ryce with a string of homophobic abuse during the same year. Read more…http://www.6am-group.com/electronic-music-industry-social-media-self-destruction

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