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Jeton Records Radio Show: JRS158 TIMEKUBE

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The 158th episode of the Jeton Records Radio Show welcomes TIMEKUBE from California, USA.

 

Josh Fabian, known as TIMEKUBE , is an American Techno Producer/DJ from Los Angeles and San Salvador. Now based in the greater LA area, he’s emerging in the southern California electronic music scene. TIMEKUBE’s energetic, melodic, and dark productions draw from 90s and 2000s rave sounds, blending hip-hop, baroque, and cumbia influences. Supported by industry leaders like Spartaque and Amelie Lens, his music has gained notable local recognition.

 

Just before his debut EP “Beverly Pill$” out this month on Jeton, many thanks again to TIMEKUBE  for sending this exclusive mix for Jeton Records Radio Show. Enjoy!

 

Tracklisting

1. TIMEKUBE – Rebirth [Operandi]

2. TIMEKUBE – WNTR [Operandi]

3. TIMEKUBE – U&I [Jeton]

4. TIMEKUBE – Mammoth [SayWhat?]

5. TIMEKUBE – Parizz (Luis Miranda Remix) [KneadedPains]

6. TIMEKUBE – BeverlyPill$ [Jeton]

7. TIMEKUBE – Tunnel [unreleased]

8. TIMEKUBE – Feeling$ [unreleased]

9. TIMEKUBE – Freaks [Kneaded Pains]

10. Bluer & Mb1 – ID

11. Bleur & Mb1 – ID

12. Bruce Zalcer – Bonedust Avenue [Kneaded Pains]

13. Ramon Tapia – ID 

14. TIMEKUBE – ReFORM [Kneaded Pains]

15. TIMEKUBE – Lust [Kneaded Pains]

16. William Arist – Mars Attacks [Truncate]

Resident Advisor Podcast : RA.944 TSVI

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RA.944 TSVI : As a producer and DJ, TSVI is in the form of his life—which you can’t always say for an artist a decade in. He’s been an enduring presence through several underground cycles for a reason: the man knows how to flow.

TSVI’s RA Podcast features a solid number of new and forthcoming cuts from the current vanguard pushing club music forward, amongst them Verraco, Surusinghe, DJ Plead, Doctor Jeep, DJ JM, WOST and Dj Babatr—who just dropped a split 12″ with TSVI on TraTraTrax last month.

Alongside the names you might expect, TSVI also leans into a streak of personal history. On RA.944 you’ll hear fast, deep and percussive ’90s and ’00s cuts from Spain, Latin America and his native Italy, with a particular focus on the kind of playful progressive trance minted by the late, great Franchino. It makes for a truly dynamite mix.

@tsvisions @nervoushorizon

Resident Advisor Podcast : RA.943 Sofia Kourtesis

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RA.943 Sofia Kourtesis : Pure energy from one of electronic music’s brightest lights: Sofia Kourtesis. Clamour had been building around the Peruvian-born, Berlin-based artist’s poignant brand of house music following a string of EPs and 12″s, culminating in last year’s Madres—a passionate, vulnerable and excellent album that resonated widely.

Madres packed in rare specificity for a dancefloor record, combining paeans to the power of sound with direct tributes to the neurosurgeon who saved the life of Kourtesis’ mother. (Kourtesis even took him clubbing in Berlin as an additional thank you.) The album’s earworm melodies, sparkling production and approachable aura made it a snap favourite, helping launch Kourtesis from bubbling to breakthrough on the global stage. In both sound and impact, it mirrors another record: Swim, the 2010 classic made by Kourtesis’ friend and mentor, Dan Snaith.

Speaking of @caribouband: RA.943 kicks off with a brand new Sofia Kourtesis & Daphni collaboration, before powering through summer-ready cuts from LUXE, Floating Points, IceMorph, DJ ADHD and an old Oliver Lieb classic. Even as her reputation as a recording artist swells, this power-hour mix is a sharp reminder of Kourtesis’ DJing chops, teeing up a victory-lap summer ahead.

@sofia-kourtesis

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