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: Dale Howard, Aaron Sevilla, Symphonix, Code 64 and Music News.
Music From Around The World Episode 75 Transcript
Intro: 00:00 to 0:14
Mason Paine here and this is episode 75 of Music From Around The World. In this episode I will be featuring music from: Dale Howard, Aaron Sevilla, Symphonix, Code 64 and Music News.
Dale Howard: Start – 0:16 and End – 4:15
UK Tech House DJ and Producer Dale Howard, is one of the most prominent House music figures in the industry today. He has seen a steady rise to prominence, garnering support from some of the biggest names in the industry, including Jamie Jones, Pete Tong, Carl Cox, Groove Armada, Hot Since 82, and Matthias Tanzmann. Here is a listen to his latest track “Tempo”.
“Tempo” is out now via Sink or Swim records and it’s available on all streaming platforms. Dale has built a reputation for quality and innovation that keeps fans coming back for more. For the latest on Dale’s upcoming appearance and other projects visit Instagram.com/dale_howard; that’s Instagram.com/D-A-L-E UNDERSCORE H-O-W-A-R-D
Aaron Sevilla: Start – 4:17 and End – 10:41
Aaron Sevilla is a Mexican DJ and producer who is quickly making a name for himself in the tech house scene. Hailing from Tulum, Mexico, Aaron’s music is energetic and versatile, appealing to a wide range of listeners. He has played at some of the biggest festivals in the world, including Ultra Music Festival, Burning Man and Medusa Festival, sharing the stage with legendary artists such as Carl Cox, Dubfire, Jamie Jones, Luciano, Marco Carola and Claptone. Take a listen to his latest track “Escorpia”.
“Escorpia” is out now via Afrodise records and it’s available on all streaming platforms. Aaron has been making waves in the electronic music scene, with his Afro House and Afro Latin tracks topping the charts on Beatport and Traxsource. He is considered one of the top Mexican underground talent, according to DJMAGmx. And Aaron is just getting started – he currently hosts a weekly radio show on Mexico’s Beat 100.9 FM, and is bringing his high-energy sound to dancefloors around the world. For the latest on Aaron’s projects visit: Instagram.com/AaronseVillamx; that’s Instagram.com/A-A-R-O-N-S-E-V-I-L-L-A-M-X
News Break 1: 10:42 to 11:25
We are going to take a brief break for some music news.
As die-hard Taylor Swift fans tried to buy pre-sale tickets, Ticketmaster crashed under the weight of demand. Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was quick to accuse Ticketmaster and Live Nation merger of monopolizing the industry. Ticket master did respond to AOC’s tweet and explained to her that the issues that fans experienced were due to an over whelming demand.
In other news
Scientists in Japan have found that rats can dance to music – and they seem to enjoy it too! The team of researcher observed the rodents moving their heads and bodies in time with the beat of various songs, showing that they are able to keep up with complex rhythms.
That’s it for this news break, now lets get back to the music.
Symphonix: Start – 11:26 and End – 18:03
Formed in Schwerin, Germany, Stephan and Sirko Wötanowski are the duo behind Symphonix. With a wealth of experience in the Progressive Trance scene dating back to the late nineties, they began DJing under the name Montagu & Golkonda. Nowadays, their cutting-edge sound has made them one of the most in-demand acts on the circuit. Take a listen to their latest track “Addiction”.
“Addiction” is out now via Blue Tunes Records and its available on all streaming platforms. 2006 was a big year for the electronic music duo True Lies. They formed their own label, Blue Tunes Records, and released their debut album, Amarasya Vol2. They also started work on their side project, a progressive house album with electro influences. This album was released later that year to critical acclaim. Visit Facebook.com/SymphonixMusic for the latest on Symphonix projects, that’s Facebook.com/S-Y-M-P-H-O-N-I-X-M-U-S-I-C
News Break 2: 18:04 to 18:59
Let’s take one final break for some music news.
A recent study has found that clubbing can have positive mental health benefits for young people. The research, which was carried out by Bristol hotspot Motion, found that ninety percent of respondents believe that clubbing helps improve their mental health, and ninety percent also feel that it helps them connect with people.
In other news
As Tomorrowland prepares to return to its two-weekend format in 2023, the festival has announced an all-new theme: Adscendo. To accompany this, attendees who pre-register for the event will be treated to a brand new digital experience in the form of a fantasy book. This is the first time Tomorrowland has done something like this, and it’s sure to be an unforgettable experience for all involved. Pre-registration opens on December 7th and you can sign up at adscendo.tomorrowland.com; that’s A-D-S-C-E-N-D-O DOT Tomorrowland DOT com
That’s it for music news, now let’s get back to the music.
Code 64: Start – 19:01 and End – 25:15
Code 64 is a Swedish synthpop electronica band that was formed in 2000. Its members consist of Christian Espeland, Hasse Mattsson, Bjørn Marius Borg and Henrik Piehl. There concept when it comes to the creation of music is “using no way as way, having no limitation as limitation” Their first album, Storm, was released in 2003 and contained nine original tracks. In 2005, the band signed a multi-release licensing deal with A Different Drum that saw their second album distributed in the U.S. North America. Recently they released a new, nine track album called “Broken Rhythm”. Take a listen to one of their latest tracks “Emotional Content”
“Emotional Content” is out now via Arrowland MG and it’s available on all streaming platforms. Visit instagram.com/code64music for the latest on the band’s latest music and other projects; that’s Instagram.com/C-O-D-E-6-4-M-U-S-I-C
Outro: 25:16 to 25:39
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