For March we have a killer mix from Craig Williams. This is a recording from a show recently where he opened for MSTRKRFT. Craig opened the night with some underground fidget style electro. He went back and forth on the decks between his own remixes and some underground house, lighting the fire to heat up the night.
Fresh to MK837, the “Your Part of Space” EP by Rikki draws from a variety of sounds from around the globe. Paying tribute to classic sci-fi, club life and maybe even a touch of a Reggae vibe, “Your Part of Space” is an unforgettable blend of deep tech house sounds and modern progressive breaks.
Tastyfresh.com has just launched their new podcast, Labels, where they will feature the labels run by the members of Tastyfresh.com. We’re very happy to be the first Label featured. The …
J&M are not ones to be trifled with when it comes to love. Leaving/Left fully embodies this simple truth proving that William Congreve was correct. “Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned / Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned.”
In light of the release of Dave Richards’ debut full length album, The Thyme Gatherer, we sat down with him to discuss his new release and his experience leading up to now.
This month we have a sweet mix from Jeremy Kadinger. Based near the Wisconsin/Minnesota border, Jeremy Kadinger works as an event VJ/DJ. For the past 5 years he has worked with Kevin Oneel and Dave Richards as the lighting expert and VJ for the annual Afterhours stage at the Cornerstone Music Festival.
Dastardly Kuts is donating 100% of proceeds he earns on his afrobeat remix of Tommie Boy’s “I Love Your Beat” to the Queensland Flood Relief. The Premier’s Disaster Relief Appeal has been launched to help Queenslanders affected by the recent floods. Many communities have been devastated. Some families have lost everything.
We’ve known that the tribal tech master, Dave Richards, has been working on a new project for a while but we were still surprised when he emerged from his secret hideaway with his debut full length album.