We Share House Podcast 012 Mixed By K & K

We Share House Podcast 012 Mixed By K & K

Our next guest mix is from London’s powerhouse K & K.

K & K are a House music DJ/Production duo from London. Probably best known for their Ibiza anthem on Sleazy Tech “Peaceful Crowd” they have previous and scheduled releases on such labels as Get Twisted, Audio Rehab, Nervous, D-Vine Sounds, Simma Black and more.K & KWith future bookings lined up  and the many releases in the pipeline, we was very lucky the lads were able to make the time and be our next guest in our podcast series. Expect a few club classics, some of K & K edits and plenty good vibes for the next hour. Enjoy!

We Share House Podcast 012 – Mixed By K & K

Go to our music page for previous guest mixes or via the links below.

We Share House on Mixcloud – mixcloud.com/WeShareHouse
We Share House on SoundCloud – soundcloud.com/wesharehouse

Support K and K via the links below.

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/KandKmusicUK/
SoundCloud – https://soundcloud.com/kandkmusicuk
Beatport – https://www.beatport.com/artist/k-and-k/

We Share House Podcast 010 Mixed By Freddy Be & Savi Leon

We Share House Podcast 010 Mixed By Freddy Be & Savi Leon

A staple of the L.A. scene, Freddy Be and Savi Leon are keeping it strictly underground. 

Freddy Be and Savi Leon are true purveyors of the underground. The longtime friends and recent collaborators have been supplying the West Coast with fresh beats separately for the last twenty years as DJs, promoters and producers. Releasing tracks on some of the world’s most respected labels and playing equally credible sets at Coachella, BPM FestivalAvalon Hollywood, Exchange (LA), Audio (SF), Sound Nightclub and the Busan mega club Hive, in South Korea.

Since combining forces, the two talented producers have brought their deep, dark, late night style to a string of prominent UK based imprints, most recently the home-grown Liverpudlian label New Violence Records. We chat to Freddy and Savi about their music and carving out a career in L.A. in an exclusive interview, which you can read here.

We Share House Podcast 010 Mixed By Freddy Be & Savi Leon

Tracklist:

  1. Datar – B (Freddy Be & Savi Leon Remix)
  2. DAVI, Definition – Desole (Demo)
  3. Freddy Be & Savi Leon – Sands of Time (Late Night Dub) (New Violence)
  4. Freddy Be & Savi Leon – Habitual Ft. DNCN (Under No Illusion)
  5. Freddy Be & Savi Leon – Benevolence (Ki Creighton Remix)
  6. Danniel Selfmade – Don’t Call Me
  7. Ki Creighton – Free Me (David Herrero Remix)
  8. Collective Machine – Bodyhouse
  9. Gorge – Depth Of Silence
  10. Markus Homm – Dance With Me
  11. Freddy Be & Freaky Chakra – Give Me Your Love
  12. Inner City – Big Fun (Full Intention Remix)

You can listen to all our previous guestmixes here.

We Share House Podcast 009 – Mixed By Rustem Rustem

We Share House Podcast 009 Mixed By Rustem Rustem

We welcome back Rustem Rustem to bring us the next instalment.

Our saga continues with the latest episode to the ‘We Share House‘ podcast series with Rustem Rustem delivering our funkiest guest mix to date. 

Up until 2016, Rustem was part of DJ and production duo Electronic Youth but after 5 years decided to stand down from music and concentrate on other things. He has now come back with a whole new look on life and embracing his love with the sweet sound of disco! 

With ‘Tell Me‘ featuring the amazing vocals of PowerDress and his dancefloor mash-up between Mike Dunn’s ‘God Made Me Funky’ and ‘Roland Clark’s equally iconic ‘I Get Deep’ both doing the rounds, we can expect to see a lot more from Rustem. 

We spoke with Rustem about the past, present and the future in an interview, which you can read here.

We Share House Podcast 009 – Mixed By Rustem Rustem

Tracklist:

  1. Prince intro
  2. Chaka Khan – Fate (Todd Terje Edit)
  3. That Needs An Edit – GettingaRhyze (Original Mix)
  4. Felipe Avelar – Funky Lowdown (Original Mix)
  5. Daft Punk – Around The World (Original Mix)
  6. Chic – Chic – I Want Your Love (Dimitri From Paris Club Edit)
  7. Oliver Dollar – Doin’ Ya Thang (Original Mix)
  8. The Joubert Singers – Stand on the Word (DimitriDimitri From Paris Remix)
  9. Max Chapman – La Fiesta (Original Mix)
  10. Chesus – Special (Original Mix)
  11. Blaze feat. Palmer Brown – Do You Remember House (Bob Sinclar Club Mix)
  12. Debbie Jacobs – Don’t You Want My Love (Dimitri From Paris Classic Re-Edit)
  13. 100% feat. Jennifer John – Just Can’t Wait – Saturday (Club Mix)

Go to our music page for previous guest mixes or via the links below.

We Share House on Mixcloud – mixcloud.com/WeShareHouse
We Share House on SoundCloud – soundcloud.com/wesharehouse

Support Rustem Rustem via the links below.

Facebook – www.facebook.com/djrustemrustem/
SoundCloud – www.soundcloud.com/rustemrustem

Interview: Rustem Rustem

Interview: Rustem Rustem

We put the South London renaissance man in the hot seat.

Rustem Rustem, a DJ whose mix series is called ‘From Disco To House’, has an ethos that is exactly that! Playing original 70’s soul disco mixed with edits, remixes, 80’s soul, disco house, current new wave disco and everything else in between.

Up until 2016, Rustem Rustem was part of DJ and production duo Electronic Youth who’s biggest record was a cover of the Angie Stone classic, ‘Wish I Didn’t Miss You’. Along with his production partner Trevor King, EY travelled the world, held residencies in Ibiza and founded their successful label Sexy Trash Digital

After a five year journey Rustem decided to stand down from the music industry for a short while, but Trevor continued to fly the flag for EY and the label Sexy Trash. Now he is making a triumphant return to music and we have the lowdown.

Learning a trade in the music scene before Electronic Youth, Rustem worked in vinyl distribution and as a head of A&R. Putting together releases for many house and techno labels across the world, all the while building his own labels and dropping a few cheeky white labels.Rustem RustemWe have had a close relationship with Rustem since DJing during the early days of Dorringtons (now known as Studio 338) and couldn’t wait to ask him about what he has in the pipeline. He has also been kind enough to record an exclusive WSH guest mix for us as part of his ‘From Disco To House’ series.

You’ve been heavily involved in the dance music industry for some time now, DJing,  producing, promoting, running record labels and everything in between. Which cap do you feel most at home wearing?

First and full most I’m a DJ. I started DJing at 13 years old, starting running parties from 15 years old and I get most enjoyment out of DJing. Producing and creating music is an amazing feeling too. To create something from thin air and it give people an emotional response is an incredible feeling. But I also massively love running a label too, putting out music for myself and other artists, communicating with record stores and so on. I love it all!

You are best known as one half of Electronic Youth, what would you say was your biggest highlight under that name?

We had many highlights as EY. Two residencies in Ibiza, signed a single record deal to a major label, Pete Tong playing our track on Radio one, top ten records on Beatport and Traxsource, working with some incredible singer/songwriters. Just to name a few. But above all that working with Trev in the studio is always a lot of fun.

How does it feel moving from writing music as a duo to producing solo. Is it daunting not having someone to bounce off, or does it set you free creatively?

It’s different, exciting and frightening! Frightening in a positive way, one that makes me driven. Almost makes me want it more. Before when I’ve worked with people you share ideas, responsibility and mix agendas. Now as a solo artist it’s ALL ME…

You’ve been back in the studio recently with Trevor from Electronic Youth, can you tell us what this means for you as a team in future?

Trev still works as Electronic Youth, and as I just said I’m doing my solo stuff. But a few years ago when we were signed to a major label and we had our single forthcoming our management said we should write an album just in case the single blows up. The single didn’t do well, and we got dropped from the label. We moved on musically and shelved the album. So Trev and I decided to get back in the studio a re-work, remix and polish the album and put it under our new artist name MIXUS. Watch this space…

Tell us a bit about your new mix series ‘From Disco To House’. What prompted you to launch the idea?

I’ve always been a massive disco fan. So a couple years ago when I had to have a break from music I started listening to all types of music except dance music. I kept going back to disco. I started buying loads of it and really crate digging. As I was buying I realized the direct relationship between disco and house. The samples, energy, stories and vocals. I’ve never had the chance to play disco before and now starting again I can play what I like and tell my story in my mix series ‘From Disco To House’.

Recently you’ve been exploring your love for disco music. Is that a path you’d like to stay on musically?

YESSSSS! I really love disco and its relationship it has with the dance floor. I’ve got one track with K&K who features the amazing vocals from PowerDress forthcoming, Working with Trevor on a separate project of a remix of a classic house track, I’m writing a solo EP as well as another collaboration with the K&K boys, And some new MIXUS music too.

If you could eternally be stuck in one year’s music scene, which year would it be?

This is a really hard question for as I’m a fan of music in different times of history. But for me it would have to be late 70s early 80s. It was a time of the DIY ways, creativity was incredible, open minds and hearts, fashion and all that with new technology. It was the birth of some of the most important musical statements that we still look at today. punk, new wave, hip-hop, disco, house, garage and loads more…

And finally… Favourite superhero?

I don’t really care for superheroes. But if I had to choose one it would be Wonder Woman. She is a great heroin and beacon of strength for women and that’s the type of superhero I want my daughters to admire. Much better then all the macho male superheroes…

We Share House Podcast 009 – Mixed By Rustem Rustem

You can follow and support Rustem Rustem and his music below. 

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/djrustemrustem/
SoundCloud – https://soundcloud.com/rustemrustem

We Share House Podcast 006 Mixed By Kalyde

We Share House Podcast 006 Mixed By Kalyde

London based DJ & producer ‘Kalyde’ takes control of the WSH guest mix. 

2017 has been a break-out year for Kalyde. This year has seen the London based producer deliver a steady stream of well received releases on solid underground labels like Kerri Chandler’s ‘Madtech and Hector Couto’s ‘Roush. As well as Toolroom, CR2, Twisted Fusion and, most recently, a smash EP on ‘Sense Traxx‘ which has gained support from big names across the board, including BBC Radio 1 DJs Monki and Annie Mac.We Share House Podcast 006 Mixed By KalydeAll indications point to a stellar future for Kalyde so were are super excited to have an exclusive guest mix from this highly talented DJ. 

Expect a deep, eclectic and hypnotic journey through house and techno. Enjoy!

We Share House Podcast 006 – Mixed By Kalyde

Go to our music page for previous guest mixes or via the links below.

We Share House on Mixcloud – mixcloud.com/WeShareHouse
We Share House on SoundCloud – soundcloud.com/wesharehouse

Support Kalyde via the links below.

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/djkalyde/
SoundCloud – https://soundcloud.com/djkalyde
Beatport – https://www.beatport.com/artist/kalyde/444941

jason bye wsh005

We Share House Podcast 005 Mixed By Jason Bye

We return with the next installment of our We Share House podcast.

With our previous guest mix from Tom Frankel still doing damage, we are super excited for the next edition of our podcast series, coming straight from Ibiza, courtesy of Café Mambo resident and Clockwork Orange regular, Jason Bye.jason byeSince starting his career as one of the first resident DJ’s for Cafe Mambo, Jason has held a 4 year residency at Amnesia, 12 years at We Love Space, and 3 years as the main room headliner DJ for Home nightclub in Sydney and London.

Expect, pounding tribal grooves, rolling baselines and some slick, classic house vocals for the next hour as we welcome Jason Bye for the next We Share House guest mix. Enjoy.

We Share House Podcast 005 Mixed By Jason Bye

Go to our music page for previous guest mixes or via the links below.

We Share House on Mixcloud – mixcloud.com/WeShareHouse
We Share House on SoundCloud – soundcloud.com/wesharehouse

Support Jason Bye via the links below.

Facebook – www.facebook.com/jason.bye
SoundCloud – www,soundcloud.com/jason-bye
Beatport – www.beatport.com/artist/jason-bye/

Tom Frankel podcast 004

We Share House Podcast 004 Mixed By Tom Frankel

The latest guest mix in the WSH podcast series.

We are back with the fourth installment for our We Share House podcast series and we are chuffed to have, Tom Frankel onboard to deliver this easy blend of house and tech for our latest guest mix.Tom FrankelTom has played alongside industry greats such as Steve Lawler, Art Department, Dubfire, Nina Kraviz, Chus & Ceballos, Darius Syrossian, Russ Yallop and Move D, His productions are fresh, forward thinking, and always with the dance floor in mind, creating his own unique fusion of house music where he has releases and remixes on labels such as Warner Bros USA, Freakin303, Bloxbox and Incognitus Records.

Tom Frankel is definitely one to watch for in the future.

This Guest mix includes tracks from Subb-an, Archie Hamilton, Enzo Siragusa, Secret Cinema and Egbert as well as a couple that have been produced by Tom Frankel himself for good measure. 

We Share House Podcast 004 – Mixed by Tom Frankel

Tracklist:

  1. Barush – Laico (Giacomo De Falco Remix)
  2. Fabe – Square Walk (Original Mix)
  3. Subb-An – Self Control (Original Mix)
  4. Serge Devant, Damiano C – Thinking of You feat. Camille Safiya (Serge Devant’s Floor Cut)
  5. Tripio X – Over And Over (Original Mix)
  6. Notches – We Got This (Flavio Martini, Joseph Mancino Remix)
  7. David San – Psicofronico (Original Mix)
  8. Enrico Bellan – In The Meantime (Original Mix)
  9. Archie Hamilton, Enzo Siragusa – Ricochet (Original Mix)
  10. Tom Frankel – Temple (Original Mix)
  11. Arado – Anything (Original Mix)
  12. Archie Hamilton – What’s In Your Head (Ali Nasser’s Timeless Remix)
  13. Toman – Solanas (Original Mix)
  14. Mathew Johnson – Decompression (Konrad Black’s Decompresha Remix)
  15. Tom Frankel – Stampede (Original Mix)
  16. Secret Cinema, Egbert – Maximaal (Original Mix)

Go to our music page for previous guest mixes or via the links below.

We Share House on Mixcloud – mixcloud.com/WeShareHouse
We Share House on SoundCloud – soundcloud.com/wesharehouse

Support Tom Frankel via the links below.

Facebook – www.facebook.com/TomFrankelDJ/
SoundCloudwww.soundcloud.com/tomfrankel
Beatport – www.beatport.com/artist/tom-frankel/

WSH003 - Mixed By D Jaw

We Share House Podcast 003 Mixed By D-Jaw

D-Jaw‘ aka Dan Bartholomew has been a regular face on the London club scene for a long time, regularly playing at some of the capital’s best known venues and most loved parties, while solidly supporting some of the biggest artists in the world.

We got the chance to ask Dan a few questions about the journey so far and plans for the future. Read the interview here: http://bit.ly/2vxMIT5

We Share House Podcast 003 Mixed By D-Jaw

Tracklist:

  1. UNKNOWN
  2. Work (Rowen Clark remix) by Jake Twell
  3. UNKNOWN
  4. Mighty Bad by Sp1der, Joe Red
  5. In A Minute (Overtracked remix) by James Dx
  6. Music All Night by Sp1der, Joe Red
  7. Wrap Me Up (feat. Mari M – extended mix) by Kisch
  8. UNKNOWN
  9. Unity (Up mix) by Oxia
  10. UNKNOWN
  11. In Time (Sidney Charles remix) by Toni Varga, Sante
  12. Raptor by Russ Yallop
  13. Good Wine Makes Good Blood by Luca Donzelli
  14. Repent by Dead Space
  15. UNKNOWN
  16. Repent by Dead Space
  17. UNKNOWN
  18. Dark Walls (feat Lazarusman – Paul C & Paolo Martini remix) by Nice7
  19. 6AM (Acappella) by Juliet Fox

You can catch D-Jaw and a whole host of special guests on the BYBL show on Hoxton FM the second Sunday of every month at 3pm.

Go to our music page for previous guest mixes or via the links below.

We Share House on Mixcloud – mixcloud.com/WeShareHouse
We Share House on SoundCloud – soundcloud.com/wesharehouse

Support D-Jaw via the links below.

Soundcloud (D-Jaw): https://soundcloud.com/d-jaw
Soundcloud (BYBL Records): https://soundcloud.com/byblrecords

We Share House Podcast 002 mixed by Timo Garcia

We Share House Podcast 002 Mixed By Timo Garcia

We return with the second chapter in the series.

Episode two of the We Share House podcast series comes from one of the hardest working and consistent DJ/ producers on the scene…

Anyone tapped into the pulse or keeping score of modern electronic music has probably heard of Timo Garcia. Straddling the fine line between underground darling and big room, big tune dance floor arsonist, his numerous releases on the circuit’s biggest and best labels include Exploited, Leena Music, Noir, OFF Recordings, Compost Records, Skint Records, Southern Fried Records, Great Stuff Recordings, Stealth Records, Yoshitoshi Recordings, Nervous Records, Dieb Audio, Cr2 Records, Toolroom Records & even Hed Kandi.

Expect unreleased jackin’ and rolling beats, flawlessly mixed, in this seventy minute journey through Tech House & Techno!

We Share House Podcast 002 Mixed By Timo Garcia

Tracklist:

  1.  Voodoo Cheeks (Marcellus Wallace Remix) by Nolan & Bjorn Maria
  2. 6 AM by S Man ft Mr V
  3. All My Life by Acim
  4. No One Hears You by Camelphat
  5. Danza Danza by Kaiserdisco
  6. Oscillator 2 by Timo Garcia
  7. Neon Gods (feat. Daudi Matsiko) by Booka Shade
  8. Fibonacci by Timo Garcia & Wagstaff
  9. Hana by Fat Sushi
  10. Remember by Matador
  11. Wir by Stephan Bodzin

Go to our music page for previous guest mixes or via the links below.

We Share House on Mixcloud – mixcloud.com/WeShareHouse
We Share House on SoundCloud – soundcloud.com/wesharehouse

Support Timo Garcia via the links below.

Web: – www.timogarcia.com
Resident Advisor – www.residentadvisor.net/dj/timogarcia
DJ BOOKINGS – Lindsay@mn2s.com +44(0)207 234 9468

We Share House Podcast 001 Mixed By Electronic Youth

We Share House Podcast 001 Mixed By Electronic Youth

First in a new series of guest mixes.

With the new year well underway We Share House are launching our monthly podcast series with the aim to be your soundtrack to 2016. Our exclusive mixes will feature some of the biggest names in the business, up and coming talents and a host of our industry pals, so keep your eyes peeled on our channels for each instalment.

This month we start things off the way we mean to go on with some chunky, rolling Tech House beats from Sexy Trash Digital label bosses and Select FM residents, Electronic Youth. This DJ/ Producer duo have been steadily building a solid reputation for quality house music with their faultless DJ sets and releases on the likes of Leftwing & Kody’s Lost Records, CR2, Cubism, Lapsus Music and, of course, their own imprint Sexy Trash Digital.

Listen out for a few unreleased tracks from the boys themselves.

We Share House Podcast 001 – Mixed By Electronic Youth

  1. Synchronicity by Martin Buttrich, Mathew Jonson
  2. Melifluo by Rafa Barrios
  3. UNKNOWN
  4. Misuse (with Shosho) by Gallya
  5. UNKNOWN
  6. Despina by Electronic Youth
  7. Raw House (Paul C & Paolo Martini remix) by Stefano Noferini
  8. Hot Fella (original mix) by Supernova
  9. UNKNOWN
  10. Velvet Zone by Riva Starr
  11. The Owl by Natch!/Dothen
  12. UNKNOWN
  13. Bright Star (Sunrise mix) by Stimming & Ben Watt & Julia Biel

Go to our music page for previous guest mixes or via the links below.

We Share House on Mixcloud – mixcloud.com/WeShareHouse
We Share House on SoundCloud – soundcloud.com/wesharehouse

Support Electronic Youth via the links below.

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Electronicyouthmusic/
SoundCloud – https://soundcloud.com/electronicyouth
Beatport – https://www.beatport.com/artist/electronic-youth/215205