Posts Tagged ‘Robag Wruhme’

Track of the Week: Coma – Lora (Robag Wruhme Remix)

I Love Robag Wruhme

Last night I saw DJ Koze and Robag Wruhme at Blkmarket Membership. I had seen both play before in Paris, but it was unfortunately at Social Club (a club for the most part full of underage “socialites” who are more concerned with their bottle service than the music). I enjoyed the music, but part of Robag’s appeal is creating a really personal connection with the dance floor. That’s what made seeing him last night so fulfilling. The location was great, the crowd was awesome and the tunes were incredible.

He came on at 5AM after Koze. Robag’s like the jolly Santa Claus of DJs. Music aside, there’s just something deeply satisfying about watching him hop around to his favorite songs sipping on champagne from the bottle (which he passed to my brother at one point). And yes, he does put the bottle on the spinning turntable. I guess it’s just great to witness someone so profoundly content with what they do. It’s impossible for that smile to not rub off on you! Combine his joy with the energy of the music and I guarantee you no other dance floor in the world can compare! Thanks for the great night. Photo cred to my brother and his unfortunately low res phone.

Robag Wruhme’s Donnerkuppel

Robag Wruhme has just released an incredible EP on Kompakt. I’ve been hearing “Donnerkuppel” for quite some time in his live sets, and am relieved to finally know what it is! It’s tech-house at its best: melodic, upbeat and grooving. Can’t wait to see him and Koze in two weeks.

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Rohin’s Guest Mix Is Finally Up!

Rohin’s awesome mix is finally up! Glad I got him in the studio, really enjoying the time-warped feel of everything. LISTEN

Andy Stott – Posers [Modern Love]
Lawrence – Treacle Mine [Dial]
Alex Smoke – Make My Day (Ryan Crosson Remix) [Soma]
Conforce – Vacuum [Delsin]
Iori – Grit (Skudge Remix) [Phonica White]
Gerd – 1 In the Morning (DJ Koze Remix) [Philpot]
Sepalcure – Every Day Of My Life (Jimmy Edgar Remix) [Hotflush]
Martyn – Masks [Brainfeeder]
Rhythm & Sound – Mango Drive [Rhythm & Sound]
Fenin – None of Them (Robag Wruhme Remix) [Shitkatapult]
Shlomi Aber -Taped and Gorgeous [Ovum]
Floating Points – Vacuum Boogie [Eglo]
George Fitzgerald – Silhouette [Aus]
A1 Bassline – Buoyancy [Dirtybird]
Shed – Keep Time [Ostgut Ton]
Conforce – Lonely Road [Delsin]
Xhin – Mind [Stroboscopic Artefacts]
Sei A – Flicker (Rudy Tishan Remix) [Turbo]
Peter Van Hoesen & Donato Dozzy – Dock [Time To Express]
Mark Henning – Collider [Cityfox]
Guy Gerber – Nothing Can Be True [Supplement Facts]
Axel Boman – Esteban Peligro [Glass Table]
Nine Inch Nails – Closer [Interscope Records]

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Pantha du Prince – Im Bann
Boards of Canada – Oirectine
Move D – Computer Flop
Pional – In Another Room
Ron Deacon – Tune In (Ingo Sanger & Henry L’s Dirty Disco Dub Mix)
Pional – We Have Been Waiting For You
Session Victim – We Want To Thank All Our Friends
San Soda – Let’s Go
Rah Band – Clouds Across The Moon (Kasper Bjorke Intergalactic Dub Version)
Ron Deacon – Secret Garden feat. The Kat
Miguel Campbell – Baby I Got It
Tiger & Woods – Time
Mr. Flagio – Take A Chance (Vocal Version)
Robert Hood – The Dancer
Je Davu – Chaos At The Dam (Vocal Version)
Ellen Allien – The Kiss
Trevor Loveys – Stay In Love
Greenville Massive – Lost
Stimming – Challenge The Air
Wild Beasts – Two Dancers (II) (Jon Hopkins Remix)
Julien Chaptal – Asthma Bird
John Tejada – Sucre feat. Qzen
Christian Burkhardt – Doubledub
Luna City Express – Mr. Jack (Robags Edna Mompf Remix)

Good Night From Robag Wruhme

As if I haven’t been loving the man enough lately, Gabor has just done an absolutely stunning mix for XLR8R’s podcast series. It’s a follow-up mix to his morning mix for RA (I didn’t post it, but definitely check it out, a perfectly eclectic mix to get your day going). This XLR8R mix is the “good night” mix. As XLR8R puts it: “In short, this isn’t a session for the dancefloor. Instead, Wruhme pieces together soothing, melodic pieces pulled from the far corners of the musical spectrum, be it experimental ambient works, film scores, or symphonic classical pieces.” It’s an incredibly powerful and emotional journey, an orchestra for your dreams.

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