Old skool from these old fools
► MARCO V & BENJAMIN BATES BRENGEN EERBETOON AAN DE DANSSALON ◄
Halverwege de jaren ’90 werd de toon voor de housescene gezet in de Randstad. Toch waren er uitz...onderingen en De Danssalon was daar de bekendste van. Sterker nog, vanuit het gehele land kwamen de dansliefhebbers naar de Eindhovense club om daar te genieten van de beste house gebracht door de beste DJ’s.
De residents Marco V & Benjamin trokken elke week weer de zaal vol. Speciaal voor 40UP draaien ze tijdens 40UP Zomerfestival - Eindhoven weer eens samen en brengen een drie uur durende tribute aan die mooie tijd! Was je er toen bij en wil je weer eens ‘terug naar toen’ dan mag je dit niet exclusieve optreden missen!
Kaarten zijn verkrijgbaar via www.40upfestival.nl! ☀️
Two(!) gigs this weekend so needed some new tunes:
I feel confident enough now to share with you all that after a decade of fooling around with single (mainly dance-floor oriented) tracks, I am currently working on a new full length artist album. Yay! - more info soon
Oh damn this looks so futuristic... Bas Amro remix of "Simulated" being printed.
The Simulated remix vinyls are being UV printed as we speak! Pre-orders are available now via the link below. Shipping will start on the 14th of July.
New and important work by Joey Lawrence
Portrait of Sara and Malak at home in Owsijah, Iraq. 🇮🇶
New work for Oxfam GB.
Sara and Malak's family lived under ISIS occupation for over two years. During... that time they had no access to adequate medical care and their mum Aisha gave birth to their sister, Amal, at their home with help from relatives and neighbors.
During the fighting to retake their village from ISIS Sara and Malak managed to escape with their family, but not before their home was destroyed by a bomb, leaving them to live in their chicken barn when they returned.
Sara and Malak are living in an empty house in Owsijah with their parents and brother and sister until they are able to repair their own. Oxfam is working in the area alongside local partners to revitalize the town's infrastructure, so that people can return to their lives and spend less time in refugee camps.
I am proud to work alongside such an organization.
*Names have been changed to protect identities