ADE FAMILY AFFAIR @ BAUT
Finally we can announce our ADE showcase! We've been waiting to tell you this for a while now, but now our full line up of releasing artists is complete, it's time to let the dogs out.Read more...Past summer we've been working on a collaboration of local talents representing the sound of young and vibrant Amsterdam. Together they tell their deep, dark, groovy and melodic stories on our first morgen.lp. It's been a great project and we can't wait to share the previews..
On the 19th of October we release the following artists at BAUT Amsterdam. We hope you all pay a visit and party the sunday away with us.
- Anton Kuertz
- Arjuna Schiks
- Francesco Robustelli
- La Vondèl
- LIFE on MARS
- Olaf Stuut
- Some Chemistry
MORGEN.EP 142 BY OLAF STUUT
This morgen.ep is musically our most ingenious release produced by our family’s newest addition Olaf Stuut. His originals are all strong main characters in this 3-track story with a riveting retouch by Ryan Davis and a deep adaptation by Some Chemistry.Read more...
This morgen.ep is musically our most ingenious release produced by our family’s newest addition Olaf Stuut. His originals are all strong main characters in this 3-track story with a riveting retouch by Ryan Davis and a deep adaptation by Some Chemistry.
Honoured to have an inspirational artist like Ryan Davis on the remix, he added great value to the ep. He introduces a strong drive and some mysterious elements in the beginning of his remix. When it looks like the dark is taking over halfway, Ryan reveals his dreamy trademark and brings back the harmony of Olaf’s original idea.
In between the complexity of this music story telling, Some Chemistry’s remix is a deep and intense interpretation that stripped Sovenance into a tantalizing piece. With a bass line that makes you vibrate and a sweet slapped snare, the break builds to a climax that might leave you with less than hoped for, but more than you need.
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MORGENAVOND @ LUX UTRECHT
After hosting numerous nights and mornings in Amsterdam, Berlin, Groningen, and Rotterdam we now turn to Utrecht. It’s funny that after all the places we’ve been, we didn't pay our friendly neighbours a bonafide visit yet. This showcase brings one of morgen.am's strongest lineups with the officiel premiere of Doppler LIVE, long sets by our residents, and the artist responsible for our next morgen.ep: Olaf Stuut. Local support by Florinsz Janvier, can't go wrong with this one.Read more...
MORENAVOND: morgen.am showcase
After hosting numerous nights and mornings in Amsterdam, Berlin, Groningen, and Rotterdam we now turn to Utrecht. It’s funny that after all the places we’ve been, we didn't pay our friendly neighbours a bona fide visit yet.
Our next label night is taking place by the canals of Utrecht at Club Lux, where we will transform the place to create the personal atmosphere we always hold up to at our events.
This family showcase features the strongest line up we’ve had up to now and hits Utrecht on Friday the 9th of May:
ø Doppler Live (Francesco Robustelli & Rauwkost)
ø Some Chemistry
ø Hubert Kirchner
ø Olaf Stuut. Live
ø Florinsz Janvier
pre-sale €7,50 // 4 for €25,- // door €10,-
MACEDONIA TOUR 2014
On the 1st of May the 2014 Macedonia tour is planned for four days. Last year we drove through the beautiful home country of ME.N.U. with La Vondèl and Francesco Robustelli and a bunch of friends. This year its once again Francesco Robustelli and ME.N.U., only this time supported by friend of the family Robert Ferdinand.Read more...
Macedonia is the Balkan country lying right above Greece and in between Albania and Bulgaria. It is populated by 2 million people living on a vast country characterised by ancient looking cities, clear lakes and mountains. The food is incredibly good for the price you pay and the Macedonian people are more than friendly. You feel right at home, meeting so many new friends everywhere you go. We had an amazing time visiting Macedonia and promised to come back every year.
So for 2014 we're going back to the mediterranean country and show them our improved sounds. Francesco Robustelli is bringing his fresh DJ sets and ME.N.U. is definitely testing some of his new made tracks. Instead of La Vondèl, the third sport is for Robert Ferdinand, who was already there last year and gets a well deserved chance to share his music too. As long as the guys don't drink too much Rakija, this tour is set to be an even bigger succes than last year.
2 years ago Some Chemistry, La Vondèl and ME.N.U. were asked by AWAKENINGS to do a live b2b2b session on their NYE party Amsterdam United. Their show was a huge success and their Be-at.tv performance has been viewed nearly a 100.000 times! The combination of their personal styles transcended into a new unexpected fresh sound. After a few prominent gigs, including Awake Fest and warming up 3 hours before Extrawelt in the Melkweg, it was time to give it a name.Read more...
Playing together with the morgen.am family for a while now, DJ's and producers Some Chemistry, La Vondel and ME.N.U have united to form a ménage a trios under the aptly named Studio.Morgen.
Each of these talented man have developed their own musical career based on their own culture, their own passions, their own musical flavours, and mixed together you get a harmonic performance so intricate and full of spice and exotics that they transcend their personal boundaries.
Their sound is best described as an eclectic mix of energetic rhytms with a dark but groovy undertone that keeps the crowd dancing as if hypnotized. It’s their specific track selections that form the basis for their vibrant DJ sets, also containing live edited samples and effects giving it a raw edge. By uniting as Studio.Morgen they complement and challenge each other to fuse their musical spirits into a strong style that represents them all.
Not afraid to incorporate live instruments into their DJ sets either, as Some Chemistry took the guitar at their successful debut at the Gashouder for Amsterdam United New Years Eve. After this unprecedented performance, Studio.Morgen continued to rock stages at ADE 2013, warming up 3 hours before Extrawelt at Wunderbar in Melkweg, as well as playing one of the largest techno festivals in the Netherlands: Awakenings Festival.
As the new saying goes.. “A Bolivian, a Macedonian, and a Moroccan walk into a club…” what happens next is musical mystery.
MORGEN.EP 141 BY HUBERT KIRCHNER
After releasing a few singles on renowned label Traum it is now time for his first full EP on morgen.am. The resulting two originals have different grooves but share the true Hubert Kirchner sound. With two beautiful remixes and very personal interpretations by the gifted Applescal and Zwaan, the party with all of the releasing artists at DOKA was a blast after already receiving amazing support on the release.Read more...
morgen.am presents their next morgen.ep 141 > Buy on Beatport
I. Hubert Kirchner – Jules (Original)
II. Hubert Kirchner – MSTRDM (Original)
III. Hubert Kirchner – Jules (Applescal Remix)
IV. Hubert Kirchner – MSTRDM (Zwaan Remix)
Support: 10dens, Blond:ish, Daniel Avery, Daniel Zuur, David Dorad, Dimitri, Eelke Kleijn, Fairmont, Hernan Cattaneo, Isaac Tichauer, Micrologue, Midland, Mira, Miss Melera, Nuno Dos Santos, Olaf Stuut, Olivier Weiter, Petar Dundov, Reinier Zonneveld, Some, Chemistry, Spada, Talul
Hubert Kirchner is a true studio beast and perfectionist. After releasing a few singles on renowned label Traum it is now time for his first full EP on morgen.am. For this big step he wanted to broaden his musical boundaries by showing both his warm and cheerful and his more serious and deep side. The resulting two originals have different grooves but share the true Hubert Kirchner sound.
The first original, Jules, is a track made in contrast to the more deeper emo music we know from Hubert. Inspired by his grandfather Jules’ art, the track has a touch of hope. It starts energetic with a rolling beat accompanied by gentle chords. During the break a catchy and lazy melody is introduced that sticks after listening. A feel good anthem well suited to dance floors throughout the upcoming spring and summer.
MSTRDM, the second original, refers to the inspiration his hometown Amsterdam provides to producers. It first takes you away with different pads following up on each other which then linger into a cohesive composition. It is far deeper and much more melancholic than Jules, showcasing the diversity in Hubert Kirchner's developing sound. Further down the track an urge rises to free some of the built up energy. After the break the bass takes over with the melody only subtly remaining in the background.
Applescal remixed Jules and added his some personal mystique. His version is almost an original of its own: much deeper and almost hypnotising, perfect as the opening track of a night or during a never-ending after hour. Hubert’s studio buddy Zwaan stepped in to remix MSTRDM. Musically his and Hubert's sounds fit perfectly and Zwaan is showing some big steps in his music production with this remix. He set the track to his hands by adding new elements and more energy while keeping its composition spherical.
MORGEN.EP 134 BY ANTON KUERTZ
Anton Kuertz is an Amsterdam based producer accompanied by an electronic accordionist and vocalist. Their sound, with grooving 115-120 kicks a minute, lies within the deep house spectrum but entails a certain roughness and originality you won’t come across often. On stage they perform as a live ensemble proving once more that clubbing and live music can go hand in hand. Through this ep a truly original sound is released with strong remixes by ME.N.U. and Camiel Daamen.Read more...
morgen.am presents their next morgen.ep 134 > Buy on beatport
I. Anton Kuertz – The Jungle Issue (Original)
II. Anton Kuertz – Phatty (Original)
III. Anton Kuertz – The Jungle Issue (ME.N.U. Remix)
IV. Anton Kuertz – Phatty (Camiel Daamen Remix)
Support: Florian Meindl, Mira, Rahaan, Olivier Weiter, Satori, Man Zonder Schaduw, Dave Seamen, Rich Curtis, Saso Recyd, Mike Ravelli, Sandeep, Malbetrieb, Cinematique, Logiztik Sounds, Maximiljan, Some Chemistry, La Vondèl, Francesco Robustelli and Quentin van Honk
Antonz Kuertz is an Amsterdam based producer accompanied by an electronic accordionist and vocalist. Their sound, with grooving 115-120 kicks a minute, lies within the deep house spectrum but entails a certain roughness and originality you won’t come across often. On stage they perform as a live ensemble proving once more that clubbing and live music can go hand in hand.
For our fifth release we took two of Anton Kuertz most solid and vibrant productions. The combination of analog bass and acoustic elements like the piano and guitar provides an easy listening perspective that is greased up by the suggestive leading vocals. They have you slowly wade trough the jungle of your consciousness, hence The Jungle Issue. Phatty is a result of house weirdness with a new direction as homage to Bob Moog's most recent invention. The playful clarinet tune tops it off and makes it suitable as opening track for a house musical.
ME.N.U. experimented by not listening to the original before making the remix. He took inspiration from the piano and vocals and went from a mellow dreamy feeling to a dark percussive ride on the bass line express. It seems to end after the main break, however it extends to an unexpected snare and clap fiasco. Camiel Daamen wanted to keep all the elements and stay true to the original idea of Phatty. However he did his trick and made it deeper, mesmerizing and a true Daamen of its own.