For July’s podcast, Your Mom’s put together two DJs from different backgrounds and with broad musical tastes. Their mix ranges from poppy vocal house to disco and more serious sounds, but always with a happy summer feel, from sea, sex and sun to the grey-tinted days and beyond.
Obi Blanche is finishing up his second LP which will be coming out later this year, and… READ MORE
Electrosexual‘s debut album Art Support Machine has hit the shelves.
The album has received strong support from Laurent Garnier “Loving this, will play everywhere”, The Hacker “Fantastic”, David Carretta, Club Cheval, Alexander Robotnick, Hard Ton (Gigolo) and Acid Washed and the videos of Tempelhof and Crystal Flesh premiered on Local Suicide and Kaltblut.
The Art Support Machine launch party was held at Eschschloraque, Mitte’s last… READ MORE
After years of playing the world-over, from New-York to Tunisia, Tel Aviv, Barcelona and all the best dance-floors in Berlin, DJ duo, music industry insiders and hyped blog runners Local Suicide are releasing their debut EP We Can Go Everywhere on Bordello A Parigi (buy the vinyl here).
Melding synth-pop, disco-house and a vocal sample which will instantly nest into the listener’s head, the highly… READ MORE
Your Mom’s supports Satisfactory Factory, an international lab for alternative culture, art and rock’n roll curated by Australian band ME. After launching in New York and London, the monthly event was brought to Berlin’s Urban Spree on July 18th and September 27th 2014 with live bands, DJs, live art and live tattooing.
Your Mom’s was invited to host the basement floor on September 27th with… READ MORE
Run by duo Brax Moody & Vamparela - aka Local Suicide who, aside from DJing around the world and managing careers in the music industry, also run the ever popular webzine localsuicide.com, and Franz Underwear, head-honcho of nu-disco label Slow Motion and organiser of the Berlin via Italy parties Wrong Era.
The Go Bang! parties are a new addition to the Berlin party scene, a … READ MORE
Iconic house music figure Billie Ray Martin is back with a new single and video. After all, a cover of David Bowie’s 1970 song, sees Billie Ray Martin reworking the classic into a deep stripped back dancefloor ready track. The depth of the song brings to mind Billie’s work as part of Electribe 101 and the original gets an interesting treatment through the work of … READ MORE
Twist in My Sobriety is an art show named after the eponymous song (listen to a slow edit by Krach below). The first edition featured nine Berlin artists and was held from the 18th till the 20th of October 2013. It featured vernissages, DJ sets, photography exhibitions and installations on two floors right in the centre of Mitte in the gigantic setting of Kaufhaus Jandorf.… READ MORE