Eelke Kleijn THUMP Mix

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Tonight Sound Nightclub welcomes Eelke Kleijn to play for the famous Monday Night Social party in Los Angeles. Eelke Kleijn has built up an impressive discography with releases on prominent labels such as Suara, Toolroom, and EMI, with no signs of slowing down this year. With an uncanny ability for fusing deep grooves and melodies, his sound has taken him on a journey all over the world, and Los Angeles is his next stop.

Eelke Kleijn’s mix for THUMP is a great showcase of his sound, especially on his bootleg of Hanging Tree feat. Jennifer Lawrence. The mix is clearly well thought out, and throughout the course of the hour all tracks feel as if they are perfectly in place. Tonight he’ll be accompanied by Plastic Love and Anton Tumas who will both be perfect support to set up the night for Eelke. Take a listen to Eelke Kleijn’s mix for THUMP below, and RSVP for free entry to tonight’s event.

Free entry before 10:30pm w/RSVP: Eelke Kleijn at Sound Nightclub


Noir & Caitlin – “Black Arp” (Dub)
James Newton Howard & Jennifer Lawrence – “Hanging Tree” (Eelke Kleijn Bootleg)
Thankyou City – “The Kizz”
Oliver Giacomotto – “Bipolar Star”
SBTRKT ft. Ezra Koenig – “New Dorp New York” (Eelke Kleijn Club Edit)
Ane Brun – “To Let Myself Go”
Three Drives – “Greece 2000” (Oliver Weiter Remix)
Fat Sushi – “Warehouse”
Eelke Kleijn – “Universal Soul”
Tim Cullen & Made By Pete – “Full English”

Luciano – Live At Cadenza Meets Planet E (Bpm 2015)


Throughout a week of events, some are bound to stand out more than others. Cadenza meets Planet E at Mamitas had a heavy lineup with Mark Fanciulli, Moodymann, Stacey Pullen, Carl Craig, and Luciano. The fusion of styles commonly associated with Cadenza was a perfect compliment to that of Planet E, and the house and techno grooves found in this set are serious dance floor material.

The atmosphere at this showcase seems to have been in great spirits judging from the selection of tunes from Luciano. The mix feels incredibly balanced as he weaves through deep tribal rhythms and open air house grooves, and the final moments of his set propel the dance floor into an absolute frenzy. Quality work from the Cadenza master mind capturing the essence of The BPM Festival. This mix is a great example of the quality music experienced in Playa del Carmen that week. Enjoy Luciano live at Cadenza Meets Planet E.

Nick Curly at Club4, Barcelona

You know a venue will be special when its vision comes to life through Paco Osuna, Christian Smith, Marco Carola, and Adam Beyer. Club4 in Barcelona was founded by this influential mix of DJ’s, and continually excels in bringing high quality parties to Barcelona. This past Christmas Nick Curly served up a strong selection of house and techno for the Spanish dance floor. In a city where nightlife and clubs thrive, Club4 ranks amongst the elite when it comes to nights like this week in and week out.

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Guy J – December Around the World

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When someone refers to “progressive” in regards to dance music, it often has a negative connotation towards more mainstream and festival “EDM”. But when we say progressive, we think of the beautiful and eclectic sounds from artists like Guy J, Hernan Cattenao, and Nick Warren. In his recent December Around the World mix, Guy J puts on the best showcase to the sounds of the progressive genre.

Lush pads and vibrant basslines start the mix off on a high note as the mix takes emotional turns through the various aspects of progressive house and techno. December Around the World stays true to it’s melodic and swaying elements, and it isn’t until the last 15 minutes that Guy J turns it up a notch with some jackin hats and driving basslines. If you have any friends with misconceptions about progressive house, this would be the ideal mix to convince them otherwise. Enjoy the final few days of 2014 as well as this phenomenal mix from Guy J.

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Robert Dietz Live at Robert Johnson, Germany

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When it comes to quality music, Robert Dietz needs no introduction. The Desolat staple had quite a year playing at some of the most esteemed clubs and festivals around the world, one of which being the iconic Robert Johnson in Offenbach, Germany. Robert Johnson is arguably one of the smallest, but best clubs in the world. The room holds just about 100 people, but that doesn’t stop it from hosting some serious parties. An intimate setting such as this is a special way to experience the sounds of Dietz.

Robert Dietz played Robert Johnson back in November, and THUMP has made part of the set available for streaming via Soundcloud. The set is loaded with house and tech that Dietz has become so well known for, and one can only imagine how pure it sounded on the sound system at Robert Johnson.

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Posh and Scott Palmer – Project London Radio


The vinyl resurgence is alive as ever, and as a result more boutique vinyl only labels seem to be coming up. One of these vinyl only labels is Project London Records, and their radio series is a great representation of their sound. Here’s a mix from Posh back-to-back with label owner Scott Palmer to get started on the right track today. If hypnotic house grooves are something you enjoy then this mix will be perfect for you. Take a listen below and start the Monday journey.

The label specializes in proper house music with moments of deep hypnotic grooves. Very appropriate for a vinyl only label that delivers such quality music for the mind and dance floor. This particular back-to-back session with Posh and Scott Palmer showcases their deep sound, and it’s so smooth that the 58 minutes really isn’t enough. For a vinyl only label I’d like to think that the mix is all vinyl as well, however they don’t make that specification in the info.

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D’Julz at Womb, Tokyo

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When it comes to getting the dance floor wild, leave it to non other than French house star D’Julz. To get our Monday started on the right foot here is D’Julz live from one of our favorite Japanese clubs, Womb. He brought the finest blend of house and techno to the clubbers at Womb for quite a journey on Halloween night this year.

The mix starts with classic house pads and atmospheres, and it sets the mood perfectly for the remainder of the mix. After the first track I was hooked. The groove transforms as a single percussive hit changes everything, and moving forward it is a true house music experience. To be honest, quite envious of those who were on the dance floor for this one.

The event was promoted and organized by prominent music group Tresvibes, and included Point G (Live) and many Japanese residents to complete the lineup. Japan is starting to become a focal point for the ever growing house and techno scene in the world, and nights like these show that there is an incredible amount of promise moving into the future.

Guti & Martin Buttrich Live @ Mixmag Lab LA

Mixmag LAThis past weekend Los Angeles was graced with some incredible music courtesy of Guti and Martin Buttrich. Prior to playing at Sound Nightclub for Buttrich’s 20 Year Celebration Tour, the two put down an incredible set for Mixmag’s Lab LA stream series. Armed with a TR-8, Allen & Heath mixers, and what appears to be a double-barreled tequila dispenser, Guti and Buttrich flowed seamlessly between house and deep tech grooves to warm up the evening.

Every Friday Mixmag hosts incredible artists to take over the decks and deliver quality music for the weekly web broadcast. This week the vibe was intimate, and the music selection couldn’t portray that more accurately. If you missed them at Sound or missed the live stream, you can see Guti and Buttrich’s full back-to-back set from LAB: LA below. Listening to these two amazing artists go back-to-back is the perfect way to start the last month of 2014. Enjoy!

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Edu Imbernon – Deep House Amsterdam Mix

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Edu Imbernon has become a rising talent over the past few years providing a healthy blend of house and deep/indie on labels like Get Physical, Suara, Noir, and Culprit. The Spanish artist has the perfect sound to get us ready for the holiday week, and his Deep House Amsterdam Mix sets the vibe perfect for his appearance at Monday Night Social tonight at Sound in Hollywood. As the title states, the mix is a collection of deep house tracks that will get your Monday started off on the right foot.

Tonight, he’ll be alongside one of LA’s favorite local group Droog to rock the famous Monday night party. Every time he comes back into town it’s guaranteed to be a night of beats and good vibes. Enjoy this mix from Edu Imbernon, and get ready for a great night of beats from the Spaniard. Check out our events tab to RSVP for tonight’s festivities.

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Marc Antona Dissonant World Podcast

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Today we kick start Monday with a mix from Marc Antona (Dissonant) that redefines open-air vibes. Playing to a vibrant crowd of snakes, hawks, and desert wildlife, Antona delivers the minimalistic rolling grooves that Dissonant is so well known for.

This edition of the Dissonant World Podcast took their team into the desert of Arizona, creating a backdrop of pure beauty for the set. Dissonant and all of the artists on their roster have the ability to craft electronic music in a way that seems so effortless, but produces a result that can satisfy the mind and body alike. This mix by Marc Antona is no exception.

Antona follows through with all the ingredients that make for a well-rounded mix. His ability to layer multiple sounds and percussions in the frequency spectrum allows him to take the listener on a journey through music and sound. While the mix is mostly groove oriented, there are those perfect moments of filtered chord stabs and analog leads that make this mix feel very sophisticated. If you’re in the mood for some deep techno from the Dissonant crew, take a listen to the full open air session below.