Apparently LA producer (thee) Mike B, French maestro of club music Teki Latex and French multiproductive mastermind Guillaume Berg bonded over a dinner in Paris consisting of escargots and decided to form The Escargot Brothers.
Here’s a booming mix of bassy goodness they made exclusively for Dazed Digital. The mix – according to the trio – is: “Next level shit from France, Paris Bass guide for beginners, L’ami Louis de la musique” with tracks from Sam Tiba, Canblaster, French Fries, Bobmo, Strip Steve, Para One, Das Glow and Brodinski etc.
Three months ago, the Babylon radio show started going on air on the italian national radio, RAI Radio 2. Since then, every week our Martin has been in charge of selecting a track for the show. As we proceed to give you what you need for 2011, we offer you a selection of MiniPartyMixes created exclusively for the show available for download on their Soundcloud page.
Take it as Christmas gift courtesy of the Babylon famiglia, Discobelle and all the featured dj’s!
Babylon is written by Carlo Pastore and Gianluca Quagliano, directed by Marta Tripodi and curated by Lorenzo Lucidi and Renzo Ceresa.
Resident dj: His Majesty Andre
Here are all the minipartymixes that have been featured on the show:
Scuola Furano, Jaymo and Andy George, Nic Sarno, Urchins, Lazy Ants, Ghosts of Venice, Kill Frenzy, NT89, Keith & Supabeatz, Symone, Crookers, Tom Staar, Greenmoney, Strip Steve and last but certainly not least Brodinski.
Melbourne producer GLOVES used to be part of now defunct duo Damn Arms and he has been much talked about on the behalf of his remix workings for quite some time now, now we find his efforts on the newly released “P.Y.X” EP which just happened to be have been put out by the best label from down under, Bang Gang 12 Inches. On the EP, french wunderkind and Boys Noize Records signing Strip Steve gives us a 90’s house flavoured/discoish dub version that puts a smile on your face all while it makes you dance into the wee hours of the morning.
Our favorite Australian synth rockers Van She meets the young talented French house wizard Strip Steve for a remix of single “Strangers” and sweet chopped up electro music is the result. (Thanks to Boys Noize Records)