We had an Interview with Ki Yera from Kiev, real name Kristina Yaroshenko. After winning a DJ Battle in 2007, she was invited to another musical battle in Greece that resulted in a dj set at Bora Bora Club in Ibiza.
It might be the right time to show some progressions and why it took me a few years to finally run 64bit plugins succesfully, so I write my ideas down. The Infinity 64bit development vst with JUCE seems to be the best option in C++ to launch the forthcoming 64bit release on Mac and Windows.
Infinity 64bit development vst for Free or comes Money first?
To be honest, in the past I tried to get donations to buy me a developer license, I collected 280$. Don’t get me wrong here but 700$ is a lot money for a “Free Plugin”. It’s not a joke, all I want to do is give everyone a very awesome Free plugin. Why this Juce framework costs so much is also my concern. https://shop.juce.com/get-juce/indie
Donations can push 64bit launch much faster:
On the official download page for the Infinity vst I added a donation button, these people all donated so far but I still miss 420$ so all help is welcome.
Special thanks to donators Craig Monroe, Jonas Jadeborn, Eric Dior, Alexander Hoffmann, Leo Peire and the smaller 1$ donations.
The ideas to collect some extra income would be some sound packages that can be used as a strategy to buy me the licence maybe? Or do you have a great idea?
Belgian based Driss Capone takes us into the phatness to eleven with bass hooks and crazy melodies. We had an interview with Driss Capone, someone that is fresh to the scene. With his latest EP Hype Groove on Stab Recordings, we gave Driss a few wings to start his career as musician with a debut on our label.
We had an Interview with Driss Capone. (BE)
We are happy to do this Interview with DJ LICIOUS, a Belgian master from Antwerp.
Interview with Frikardo (Sundries Label) Elista – RUSSIA.
The vinyl & digital label Sundries just released DC22.
Interview with Frikardo and why he released a new DC22 EP on the Sundries label, can you tell us a little about that?
My EP is consisting of two tracks with different vibes but both of them represent my vision and style of house music which I’m trying to bring.
The A side “DC22” is more deeper groove with bouncy rhythm and kind of psychedelic sound cuts.
On flip side you will find the track “Chance”, for which I used a sample from a Yugoslavian disco track, one of my favourite. Track’s have a little bit of dirty lo-fi feel I used in this production.
I’m Jakhira, a thirtysomething walking multinational with a love for beer and castles and the ability to write, produce and mix music in an ok fashion. I suppose the particular pigeon hole suiting what I make and play would be deep house, but I see it as my own thing really. My radio show ‘Unconditional’ for instance is quite dreamy, with lots of melancholy and an ethnic approach to the sound palate.
Interview duo Jack Avenue, a duo with Belgian roots.
Jack Avenue is a collaboration between two best friends, Nick De Meyer and Geoffrey Deltour.
Both working together on awesome Deep-House tracks.
Can it get any better? We are proud to do this Interview with Rogério Martins.
Piston Recordings reached its 10th birthday at the end of last year and now you’ve reached another milestone with 400 releases. How does that make you feel?
We Host Forest Festival and will be playing at the mainstage in Belgium. Feel free to buy your tickets on time and enjoy our headliner Alex Flatner.
Updated on August 8th 2014.
We had a serious party at Forest Festival!
Jeks started in the afternoon followed up by Mr.Phonic (Sunset Terazza). Muovo and Martin’s catchy set in the late afternoon kept the crowd going wild. Frederick Alonso did the warming up for Alex Flatner and we where actually really blessed with the good responses from the crowd.
Our complete line-up was a big step forward and we where part of an amazing experience with around 1200 party fans!
A Big Thank You to Forest Festival that gave us this chance!
Few funny stories about this party.
After picking up Alex Flatner at the hotel in my old Volkswagen Bora, more in detail becoming “a black rusty car”. Alex his first impression was funny of me as a label owner.
I drive a new car today but I kept my word to drive my Volkswagen until his 24th birthday.
At the festival drive in, some bodyguards don’t let me thru. Meanwhile Alex Flatner was still in my car. Keep in mind, no airco and 36°C outside. Sorry Alex 😉