Over the course of her 14-year career, Alinka has played alongside a wide array of artists, including: Mark Farina, Jesse Rose, Claude VonStroke, Jackmaster, Derrick Carter, DJ Heather, Peaches, Kim Ann Foxman, Julio Bashmore, and countless others. In 2013 she and Shaun J. Wright started their monthly residency Twirl at Berlin Nightclub in Chicago. The party has since featured guests such as: Derrick Carter, DJ Heather, Eli Escobar, Lauren Flax, JD Samson, and The Carry Nation. In addition Alinka is currently a resident at Primary Night Club in Chicago along with Gene Farris, Henry Saiz, and John Mork to name a few.
The last three years have been particularly fruitful and rewarding for Alinka, due in large part to her friendship and musical partnership with singer, producer and DJ, Shaun J. Wright. Wright, whose rich, resonant voice has lended soul to music by Hercules and Love Affair, and Stereogamous, met Alinka in 2012 and the two instantly bonded over their love of Chicago House music. It wasn’t long before their evolving friendship resulted in what would be the first of many musical collaborations. Their first EP, “Twirl Vol.1,” was promptly signed to Derrick Carter and Luke Solomon’s esteemed house label, Classic Music Co. The EP went on to be lauded by the likes of Chris Duckenfield, Tensnake, Joyce Muniz, Hannah Holland, Doc Martin, Simon Baker, and many more. The release was followed by a 12” remix compilation with remixes from Derrick Carter, Neville Watson and Chris E. Pants. The EP’s lead single, “Love Inspired,” was featured on Defected Records Compilation “Defected Presents The Closing Party Ibiza 2013,” as well as Defected’s In The House Radio show. In addition, Alinka and Wright have collaborated on a plethora of remixes for Hi Fashion, The Carry Nation, JD Samson & MEN, and Baby Alpaca. The pair also recently completed “Twirl Vol. 2” for Classic Music Company which will be out early 2015.
Wright and Alinka recently launched their label Twirl Recordings. Their first release titled “Journey Into The Deep” featured remixes by Kim Ann Foxman, and Stereogamous, and received support from a wide variety of artists including Groove Armada, Danny Tenaglia, Kenny Glasgow, Annie Mac, Robert Owens, Matt Toldfrey, and many more. The EP got DJ Mag’s approval with a 9.0 rating, and was also featured on Annie Mac and Heidi’s shows on BBC Radio 1 dance radio.
Their second release Wait For Love featured remixes from Eli Escobar and Newbody. The release was featured on Sinden and Tough Love’s shows on Kiss FM UK, as well as Anja Schneider’s Dance Under The Blue Moon Radio. Eli Escobar’s remix was also featured on Bargrooves Apres Ski 4.0 on Defected Records.
Beyond her collaborations with Wright, she has a multitude of new releases and remixes in the works. Alinka’s ‘Basic’ EP which features remixes from Lil’ Mark, and Lauren Flax, was released on Get Up Recordings. The EP won approval from artists Tyree Cooper, Terry Francis, Brett Johnson, Justin Harris, and Inland Knights. The Lil Mark remix of Reaching was also featured in the Baseware Presents ADE Essentials 2014 compilation. Her most recent remixes include Eli Escobar’s track Anotha Luv for Get Up Recordings, Sharper Image’s Full Of It for Get Up Recordings, and Joshua Iz’s Like Gold for Vizual Records. Her remix of Anotha Love was featured in Roger Sanchez’s Release Yourself Podcast #211 and #213, and was chosen into the Beatport Staff Picks as well as Top Exclusives of Week 22. The remix also got a mention in Beatport’s Decade In House article, and was chosen as one of the top House tracks of 2014 by Beatport.
Out of the “island of the calm” called Palma de Mallorca, arrives this master of the good taste and “know how” Isaac Indart, a veteran dj and producer. His styles transcend from House music and Deep House music to Tech-House.
He started spinning the desks 25 years ago, crossing the best clubs on the island, such as Luna, Villario, Zorba’s, Pacha. He was resident DJ for BCM for many years playing alongside the finest internacional djs. The high profile BCM residency took him to several places such as Space, El Divino, Monza and Privilege (Ibiza), Deep, Goldfield, Luxe, El Divino, (Madrid), On, Zulu (Murcia), Metro (Alicante), Kisth, Kwm, Auditorio, Oasis, Trax, (Zaragoza), Blau (Girona), La Rocca & Chic (Las Palmas De Gran Canaria), Danzatoria, Kgb, Fellini, City Hall, Catwalk (Barcelona), and many others. Also, he had several international “gigs” in locations such as: Ministry of Sound, Heaven, The Cross (London), Tarm Center (Bochum, Alemania), H90 (Dusseldorf, Germany), Azimuth (Torino, Italy), Club Q (Switzerland), Prinzip (Munich), Ministry of Sound (Taiwan).
His producing career is very extensive and between their records Isaacs produced with people like Wally Lopez , Chus & Ceballos and Cesar del Rio, remixed people like Pig & Dan, Kyodai, Tania Vulcano & Tato, Elmar Schubert (Satin Souls), Le Vinyl & Mani Rivera, already released tracks on labels like Dowbledown, IRecords , Stereo Productions, Hypnotic, Plastic People, InDeep-Pendent(Purple Music), Pressed for Time, whit is own name and his new more deeper Aka Tatsu, all running at once and taking references on his own label Malo Records.
Currently is the resident dj of Garito Café for more than 10 years, and Puro Hotel & Puro Beach in (Mallorca). Isaac’s combines his residency with his several gigs around the world.
Born and raised in a small village in the south of Italy, Scalea (Calabria). ItaloBros are two DJs, producers, remixers in an ongoing musical evolution. Their main objective is looking for new goals and stimuli , exploring and experimenting new paths, as well as reinventing new musical languages. Eclectic, creative, inquiring, they own a unique style which spreads adrenalin and passion and at the same time makes people dream. They do not like setting limits and categorizing their sound in a conventional music genre, but their “old school” roots, as well as their techno and Deep influences can be easily detected.
The Italian duo immediately got noticed for their remixes uploaded on “Free Download” and“ Soundcloud”achieving thousands of downloads worldwide. They remixes are hugely supported by national and international djs, such as Azari & III , Luciano,Reboot,Josh Wink , Tony humphries , Hector Romero , Robert Owens ,Hector Couto,Cuartero ,Sharam Jey,Phil Weeks, Darius Syrossian, Tapesh, Arado, Ramon Tapia’s, Richy Ahmed, Simina Grigoriu , Luca Agnelli, ,David Moreno Sarah Main, Federico Scavo, Alfred Azzetto ,Simone Vitullo ,Manolaco, Danny Fernandez. Their strength, their charge, their determination is the result of their passion, it gives them the right and courage to dare to be experimental, but above all to be different.
Marijan Raskovic is better known as “Jelly For The Babies’ and has had a fetish with synthesizers, guitars and drums for as long as he can remember. There was no transition into dance music as his parents were always listening to electronica so it was perfectly natural to continue in the tradition and attended prestigious music schools in Belgrade where he learned a variation of instruments including the piano.
Once he earned the much needed skills it didn’t take him long before he started producing hits. His early releases were collaborations with great international artists and signed to labels such as Crystal Sound Records, Frisky Records and Stained Music. Fans were quickly attracted to his unique take on dance music which fused further relationships with other record labels including the Balkan Connection, Portuguese Exklusive Records, VIDISCO, Kontor Records, Procon Records, Grapevine Grooves, Dbeatzion and the list goes on and on
The Jelly For Babies vibe is centred heavily around deep melodic sounds with plenty of vocals which he calls a ”Candy flavour club sound” and who can argue with him as he gained the respect of Mark Knight, Groove Armada, Roger Sanchez and Stefano Noferini, whom have dropped his tracks in their sets all around the world circuit.
His accomplishments to date are the tracks “Close Your Eyes (with Ulysses Nunes) (Vlada Asanin Remix)”, which was placed on position no.28 on Beatport TechHouse Top100, While the track “Yeah Yeah” positioned itself at no.64 And “Be What U Wanna Be” went straight in at no.52 on Traxsource House Top100
Jelly has also been in the TOP10 Must Hear Progressive House charts on Beatport, with the highly regarded tracks “Too Deep Or Not Too Deep” and “Johannesburg” signed to The Balkan Connection.
With this strength and quality of material its no wonder Jelly has gained such a massive following amongst discerning clubbers, Dj’s and other producers. With future Planet Acetate releases already stacking up Jellies career looks incredibly bright.
As a teenager Dick Johnson (Magik J) landed a residency DJing at Manchester’s legendary Hacienda club, before long he was producing tracks for Cream’s Olympic label, New Order’s Pleasure Recordings and Manchester’s Paper Recordings collective. From there he launched his own highly respected label Shaboom, releasing artists such as UBU, Joeski & Onionz, Fred Everything, Doc Martin and DJ Sneak. In 2001 he made the move from the Northern Hemisphere to Auckland, New Zealand where he produced albums for NRK and Underwater.
Magik J has a discography of over 100 releases for labels such as Jesse Roses’ Made to Play, Nic Fanciulli’s Saved, Southern Fried, OM and Pooled, plus a catalogue of remixes including The Crookers, Spektrum, Worthy, Ian Pooley, Crazy P, DJ Sneak, Joey Negro, Q-Burns, Human League, Nick Holder, Bassnectar.
Content with confinement to his Auckland studio? No. It’s a rare weekend that Magik is not behind the decks electrifying a crowd of dedicated followers, testing his tunes on dancefloors from Russia to Argentina and most points in between.
S. Jay comes at you with a fresh groovy flavour of House music heavily inspired by his upbringing… From his parents’ love of Northern Soul, RnB and Motown which meant that he was never too far away from the all-time classics, to the excellent variety in the nightlife of the City of Leeds. He began collecting music from across the board in his teenage years gradually leading to him flirting with creating his own sounds. His talent soon shone through in early productions and bootlegs with their dirty bass and sexy grooves…under the alias Sweet Beat.
Fast forward to 2013; armed with a complete understanding of the flexibilities in the House music genre due to countless hours and late night sessions in the studio….the alias S. Jay was born. The year ended with S. Jay beating off more than 600 applicants to win 1st prize in the Groove Armada & Brodanse Beatport remix competition. Also recently starting his own label – Domino Effects Records with studio partner Nick Ostertag, S. Jay will be causing havoc in a club near you in 2014.