Fri, 15 Mar 2013 / Post a commentThe Berliner music magazine celebrates with DJ Sprinkles' 13-minute remix of Hard Ton, Peaches' cover of the Rolling Stones and other exclusives, spanning all genres and genders.
Tue, 09 Mar 2010 / Post a commentCurtains up for Expatriarch Radio, a showcase of artists subverting gender expectations, from pansexual producers to D.I.Y. divas, with limp wrists and clenched fists in equal measure. Expect new and unreleased music from the likes of Maayan Nidam, Jahcoozi and DJ Sprinkles to provide the soundtrack of our macho-centric society crumbling away.
Tue, 19 Jan 2010 / Post a commentAmongst the acts pertinent to RA readers are LCD Soundsystem, Plastikman, Fever Ray, Aeroplane, Flying Lotus and Rusko.
|Getting interested in dance music while working for Ghostly International and catching rides to Detroit, Joey Hansom soon learned to mix vinyl himself. In 2007 he ditched the States for Berlin, rearing his passion for DJing but promptly overdosing on techno. Leading from this, he carved a more melodic style with an emphasis on songcraft, weaving together tunes from the last several decades, disregarding the mythical binary of underground versus mainstream. Aside from playing throughout Europe (London, Helsinki, Bucharest), Joey has DJed some of Berlin’s top clubs and parties (Watergate, Bar 25, Horse Meat Disco), sharing the bill with veterans who inspired him (Daniel Wang, Optimo) as well as live acts from the contemporary electronic realm (Little Dragon, Blondes, Maria Minerva). Meanwhil..|
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