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307 – Daniel Steinberg


Where to start when introducing you to this weeks podcast artist Daniel Steinberg. A prominent figure in the German club milieu, Daniel has been crafting a combination of classic house sounds to the more cutting edge minimalist beats that so often provide the soundtracks to a warehouse on a Sunday morning.  Mixing it up are within the core of Daniel’s production values, from quirky playful concotions to tracks that deliver darker flavors it seems important that his productions retain a human element and reflect the many facets of his personality. His distinct approach to club sounds, as both a DJ and a producer, has piqued the interest of discerning listeners and dancers worldwide, along with a certain Jesse Rose, who signed Steinberg to his Front Room label. After a string of acclaimed release on Front Room he then delivered his debut LP in 2011 before championing a more techno orientated sound throughout 2012 as he continued his musical development and established himself as one of the scenes most forefront taste makers.  Check out the latest stage of evolution for Daniel on this weeks podcast. Enjoy.What’s your personal favourite track on it?Depeche Mode ‘Heaven’, I’m so excited about their new album. Depeche Mode have a special place in my heart, my first ever record was Depeche Mode ‘Greatest Hits’. I saved my pocket money for weeks and waited in line for two hours to buy it. It was one of the most exciting moments of my childhood.What’s the special ingredient in this mix?Well if you think about this mix like cooking a cake, it’s not one particular ingredient that makes it tasty but all the very different ingredients working well together. What’s the best gig you’ve played recently? I recently played in Italy and we flew into Venice then travelled to a small village in the mountains. I didn’t expect much to be honest, but it was very emotional. At the end of my set I played some classic old Italo-disco tracks and everyone freaked out, it was such a magical vibe. What have you got coming up?I just released my new album ‘Treptow’ and next up I’ll be releasing a remix album of our Arms & Legs imprint from some producers I really admire, exciting times. And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?Hunter S Thompson said it best “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming “Wow! What a Ride!”. Thanks for listening. Tracklisting 1.Catuss  – Vice  City 2.Natcho  Marco feat . Sais  – Let´s  Go  Silly (Fabiani  Aihki  Remix) 3.Daniel  Steinberg  – Is  This  The  Story? 4.Pier  Bucci – Tita 5.Miroslav  Pavlovic – Simic  Sisters 6.Mr.  Federick – My  Art 7.Depeche  Mode – Heaven (Blawan  Remix (DS-CUT)) 8.Maetrik – Paradigm  House (Maetrik  Dub  Edit) 9.Andy  Martin  – Oscillator  (Terry  Whyte  Remix) 10.Richie  Dane  – My  Color 11. Yves  de  Ruyter  – Calling  Earth (Harry   Axt  Remix  2012) 12.Cricco  Castelli & The Cube  Guys  – 2  Days  In  Copacabana (M.  Picotto  &  R. Ferri   Remix) 13.Kris  Wadsworth – Showtime 14.Subb-an   feat.  Beckford – Take  You  Back 15.Daniel  Steinberg – Mechanics 16.Minimal  Rockers  – My  House  Machine  17. Laidback – Beautiful   Day (Banzai  Republic  Mix) 19.Daniel  Steinberg – Can´t  find  My  Baby (Braemer  &  Caster  Remix) 20.Sebastian  Faure – Au  Large  

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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