Music Around The World is a music segment featuring various artist and music. Some of these artists are from the United States, while others are from other countries across the globe. In this episode we will be featuring: Luigi Madonna, Ritzi Lee, Ben Sterling and Miguel Bastida, and Music News.
Intro: 0:00 to 0:12
Mason Paine here and this is episode 66 of Music From Around The World. In this episode I will be featuring music from: Luigi Madonna, Ritzi Lee, Ben Sterling and Miguel Bastida, and Music News.
Luigi Madonna: Start – 0:13 and End – 7:25
Luigi Madonna is one of the most renowned DJs and producers of deep minimal techno music. His work has been celebrated by fans all over the world, and he is considered to be a true pioneer in the genre. He has been making waves in the electronic music scene since 2008, with releases on prestigious labels like Material Series, Adam Beyer’s Drumcode and Richie Hawtin and John Aquaviva’s Plus 8. Take a listen to his latest track Contempo 3.0.
Contempo 3.0 is out now vial Contempo records and it’s available on all streaming platforms. In addition to being a DJ and producer, Luigi is also a skilled remixer, he is much in demand, having worked his magic for artists and labels including Trapez, Hidden, Analytictrail, Mauro Picotto, Markantonio, The Advent, Sasha Carassi, and Spektre. For the latest information on Luigi Madonna’s projects visit Facebook.com/LuigiMadonnaBeat; that’s Facebook.com/L-u-i-g-i-M-a-d-o-n-n-a-B-e-a-t
Ritzi Lee: Start –7:26 and End – 13:28
Hailing from Amsterdam, Ritzi Lee is a renowned industrial DJ and tech pioneer. After winning a local DJ contest, he quickly made a name for himself on the international scene, playing at renowned events like Dance Valley and the FFWD Dance Parade. With many successful techno tracks under his belt, Ritzi has cemented his place as a leading figure in the global dance music community. Here is a listen to his latest track “Detonation”.
“Detonation” is out now on Loose Club Naples records and its available on all streaming platforms. Ritzi’s technique is impeccable and his signature straight techno sound has made him one of the underground stars of techno music. Things started to really take off for him when he began to gain recognition from fans and critics alike. For the latest on Ritzi projects vist Facebook.com/RitziLee; that’s FACEBOOK.COM/R-I-T-Z-I-L-E-E.
Shaquille O’Neal is no stranger to breaking records. The legendary basketball player-turned-DJ is now setting his sights on breaking the world record for the largest mosh pit at a music festival. O’Neal is gearing up for a performance at Excision’s Lost Lands and is confident he can break the record. Back in 2007, heavy metal band DevilDriver claimed to have broken the Guinness World Record for “Largest Circle Pit.
In other news
As the world slowly emerges from the pandemic, many artists are reflecting on their experiences of isolation, loss and grief. For Australian DJ and producer Alison Wonderland, these feelings have become the inspiration for her third studio album, Loner.
Now, Wonderland is taking her album one step further by turning it into a graphic novel. Co-written with Sridhar Reddy of Z2 Comics, the novel will explore the themes of mental health and survival against all odds.
That’s the end of this news break; now let’s get back to the news.
Ben Sterling: Start – 14:30 and End – 25:06
Ben Sterling is a UK-based tech house DJ and producer who draws influence from his family’s collection of disco music from the ’70s and ’80s, as well as modern electro. He has a deep passion for the history of Chicago house and Detroit techno, which is reflected in his sets and productions. Here is a listen to his latest track “Uno Dos Tres“
“Uno Dos Tres” is out now via Solid Grooves Records and it’s available on all streaming platforms. Since he first burst onto the scene, Ben has been championed by some of the biggest names in the industry, including Marco Carola, The Martinez Brothers, Eats Everything, Patrick Topping, and even Calvin Harris. Visit Facebook.com/bensterlingmusic for the latest on upcoming projects and even appearances. That’s Facebook.com/B-E-N-S-T-E-R-L-I-N-G-M-U-S-I-C
In October there will be a four day event called the Amsterdam Dance Event; taking place in Amsterdam from October 19th to the 22nd. ADE Lab Passes are available now. With your pass, you’ll gain access to Martin Garrix’s STMPD Studios, where you can learn all about mixing spatial sound in Dolby Atmos. Plus, the legendary DJ and techno producer Carl Cox will be speaking about his new album Electronic Generations. For more information visit: Amsterdam-dance-event.nl/en
In other news
Steve Aoki is a world-renowned DJ and passionate adopter of new technologies like NFTs and Web3. He’s now an official ambassador for DraftKings Marketplace, a site that allows users to collect digital player cards and use them to draft lineups. Aoki is excited about the potential of this technology to change the way we interact with our favorite sports.
And that’s it for music news, now lets get back to the music.
Miguel Bastida: Start – 26:13 and End – 33:23
Based out of Barcelona, Miguel Bastida is a DJ and producer who got his start in the music industry at just 14 years old. He was featured on his local radio station in his hometown of Alhama de Granada, and quickly gained popularity for his unique sound and style. His musical influences come from a range of genres, including the likes of The Prodigy, The Chemical Brothers, and hard techno. Miguel is a hugely popular Spanish artist, thanks to his versatility, great song choices and charisma on the dancefloor. Take a listen to his latest track “Tipys and Tipys“
“Tipys and Tipys” is out now via Be One Records and its available on all streaming platforms. At just 16 years old, Miguel was already a master of mixing. After a few nights out at clubs, he began to think about music production. He quickly realized that he had a natural talent for it and pursued it further. For the latest information on Miguel’s projects visit: Instagram.com/miguel_bastida; that’s Instagram.com/M-I-G-U-E-L UNDER SCORE B-A-S-T-I-D-A
Outro: 33:24 to 33:46
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