Weloficast vol. 16 with Scruscruthat is it, that's all Tracklist1. ?-?2. Torben - Der Lappen der Erleichterung3. Manuel Nie - Brasilholzschlaeger4. Hodini - Chronic Gangsta Boogie5. Le Grand Detournement - Ouich Lorraine6. Sonzeira - Brasil Pandeiro (Max Graef Remix)7. G2S - Cosmos 708. Peter Clamat - Ultralax9. ? & ? - ?10. Cody Currie - Movin Smoke11. Scruscru - Finding All Your Love**upcoming on Minor Notes Recordings [instagram-feed id="261940345"]

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Weloficast vol. 16 by scruscru

Weloficast vol. 16 with Scruscru
that is it, that's all


Tracklist
1. ?-?
2. Torben - Der Lappen der Erleichterung
3. Manuel Nie - Brasilholzschlaeger
4. Hodini - Chronic Gangsta Boogie
5. Le Grand Detournement - Ouich Lorraine
6. Sonzeira - Brasil Pandeiro (Max Graef Remix)
7. G2S - Cosmos 70
8. Peter Clamat - Ultralax
9. ? & ? - ?
10. Cody Currie - Movin Smoke
11. Scruscru - Finding All Your Love*
*upcoming on Minor Notes Recordings

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Weloficast by Marco LazovicMoscow basement to Saint-Petersburg community Tracklist01 Ex-Terrestrial - Dance Of The Nymph 02 Volta Cab - Another Day03 Lauer - Sheldor 04 Precipitation - 渋谷05 Pascal Viscardi - La Hess 06 Intimacy - Montezuma M1 07 D - Vocal Drift 08 A Romezz - Dancing Birds 09 Earth Boys - Big Time (Khotin's Omega Trek Mix) 10 Bastien Carrara - You Are My (XTC) 11 Syracuse x Epsilove - Scubatomic Love 12 Der Zyklus - Formenverwandler Some discography info ------------------------------------------V/A Slam City Jams Vol 1 Is Out Now: Juno - bit.ly/2Bc5H4kDecks - bit.ly/2ERW2CoOYE - bit.ly/2DBCMgqDeejay - bit.ly/2mRsGO7Bandcamp - bit.ly/2Fk8XxeRedeye - bit.ly/2mQTpu6------------------------------------------Life Without Love EP: Juno - bit.ly/2dx28OH Clone - bit.ly/2dx2Jjn ------------------------------------------Spring Tape MiniAlbum: Bandcamp - bit.ly/2FOxuvr------------------------------------------MV x ML EP: Bandcamp - bit.ly/1Vx5sJF------------------------------------------

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Weloficast vol. 15 by Marco Lazovic

Weloficast by Marco Lazovic
Moscow basement to Saint-Petersburg community


Tracklist
01 Ex-Terrestrial - Dance Of The Nymph 
02 Volta Cab - Another Day
03 Lauer - Sheldor 
04 Precipitation - 渋谷
05 Pascal Viscardi - La Hess 
06 Intimacy - Montezuma M1 
07 D - Vocal Drift 
08 A Romezz - Dancing Birds 
09 Earth Boys - Big Time (Khotin's Omega Trek Mix) 
10 Bastien Carrara - You Are My (XTC) 
11 Syracuse x Epsilove - Scubatomic Love 
12 Der Zyklus - Formenverwandler

Some discography info

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V/A Slam City Jams Vol 1 Is Out Now:

Juno - bit.ly/2Bc5H4k
Decks - bit.ly/2ERW2Co
OYE - bit.ly/2DBCMgq
Deejay - bit.ly/2mRsGO7
Bandcamp - bit.ly/2Fk8Xxe
Redeye - bit.ly/2mQTpu6
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Life Without Love EP:

Juno - bit.ly/2dx28OH 
Clone - bit.ly/2dx2Jjn 
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Spring Tape MiniAlbum:

Bandcamp - bit.ly/2FOxuvr
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MV x ML EP:

Bandcamp - bit.ly/1Vx5sJF
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we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the music we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the music we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the music we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the music we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the music we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the music we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the music Lo-fi house (also referred to as outsider house) is a genre of electronic music combining elements of house music, techno and noise. The music is often rough-sounding and "lo-fi", in contrast to the "polished cleanliness" of other contemporary electronic music genres. The term "outsider dance" was first coined in 2012 by DJ Ben UFO and music journalist Scott Wilson, referring to different producers and record labels "operating at the fringes of the fringes" such as Laurel Halo and labels including L.I.E.S., Opal Tapes, Future Times, 1080p, and Lobster Theremin. Outsider house is also closely related to technoise, a fusion of techno and noise music Lo-fi (originally typeset as low-fi [from the term "low fidelity"] and alternately called DIY [from "do it yourself"]) is an aesthetic of recorded music in which the sound quality is lower than the usual contemporary standards, or which highlights imperfections of the recording for artistic effect. These standards have evolved throughout history, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi only began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s. Harmonic distortion (or "analogue warmth") is sometimes wrongly suggested as a core feature of lo-fi music. Its aesthetic is actually defined by the inclusion of elements normally viewed as undesirable in professional contexts, such as misplayed notes, environmental interference, or phonographic imperfections (degraded audio signals, tape hiss, and so on). Some Wiki info

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we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the lo-fi music

we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the music

we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the music

we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the music

we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the music

we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the music
we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the music
we are just trying to look at the dynamic in the music
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Lo-fi house (also referred to as outsider house) is a genre of electronic music combining elements of house music, techno and noise. The music is often rough-sounding and "lo-fi", in contrast to the "polished cleanliness" of other contemporary electronic music genres. The term "outsider dance" was first coined in 2012 by DJ Ben UFO and music journalist Scott Wilson, referring to different producers and record labels "operating at the fringes of the fringes" such as Laurel Halo and labels including L.I.E.S., Opal Tapes, Future Times, 1080p, and Lobster Theremin. Outsider house is also closely related to technoise, a fusion of techno and noise music

Lo-fi (originally typeset as low-fi [from the term "low fidelity"] and alternately called DIY [from "do it yourself"]) is an aesthetic of recorded music in which the sound quality is lower than the usual contemporary standards, or which highlights imperfections of the recording for artistic effect.

These standards have evolved throughout history, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi only began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s. Harmonic distortion (or "analogue warmth") is sometimes wrongly suggested as a core feature of lo-fi music. Its aesthetic is actually defined by the inclusion of elements normally viewed as undesirable in professional contexts, such as misplayed notes, environmental interference, or phonographic imperfections (degraded audio signals, tape hiss, and so on).

Some Wiki info

18th feb 2017 WILSON RECORDS NIGHT w/ FABIO MONESI, OL, LOW808, ELLIPSE, MICHURA, LOL123 (Наука и Искусство, Moscow, 105120) A few days ago Moscow's house lovers had the opportunity to hear Fabio Monesi's live vinyl set during Wilson Records Night which held a place at NII (Sciense and Art). Welofi caught Fabio for a couple of words. Your tracks have a quite specific sound and it's so nice! We want to ask you about technical aspects: what kind of devices you prefer to use? Maybe you have your favourite one? I have many different machines, for example Roland TR-909, TR-707, R-8 MK II, but Akai s950 is absolutely my favourite piece in the studio. Talking about your label (name and logo), does it have some allegorical sense or you're just a "Cast Away" film fan? When I was about to launch my label I was looking for a strong logo easy to remember. Suddenly, "Wilson" came to my mind and I thought: «Oh, yeah, this would look so good on a record!». I also love the movie but that's another story. The formation of the musical taste is a very delicate and long-term process. Can you mark out figures, albums (of any genres), maybe specific party which made a great impact on you or which are very special to you? I don't have specific albums or tracks, in some way I can say that the way I dj is also due to a series of great parties we had in Italy back in the days, where music, animations and many small details were all at the same level to guarantee a unique experience. I started to dream about that magic world very young proper because of the atmosphere. It was not just about the music, it was about the experience. Nowadays we have lost some of those components giving more importance to the music, so I try to give a good experience to the crowd just with my own taste of music. Nowadays we observe that many musicians draw their attention to such things as analogue systems, vinyl, cassettes etc.. Do you think that musical trends have a cyclic character (like history for example)? It's good to see that people understood the importance of investing money in what they believe. Trends are always cyclic of course but some machines really make the difference if used with a good knowledge. Those people who buy a machine or press records just to follow a trend, they will also disappear as soon as the trend changes. This thing is not for everybody. If you want to follow trends it's better to dedicate your time to fashion maybe. What about your cooperation with Gene Hunt and his release on Wilson Rec. How did you come to this? I've always been a big fan of Gene. When we finally met in London we had so much fun and later we decided to release something on my labels. Got you. And the last question: in your interview for Mixmag you feel very excited about British music scene. What do you think: what places (not necessarily European) have the greatest influence in shaping the direction of musical trends in our time? For me London has always been one of the most influential cities in our time, as well as Berlin, Tokyo and New York. Moscow during Wilson Records Night at Наука и Искусство: Moscow, Wilson Records Night 18/02/2017 from Vimeo More news at welofi

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FABIO MONESI'S interview for Welofi //WILSON RECORDS NIGHT 18th feb 2017

18th feb 2017 WILSON RECORDS NIGHT

w/ FABIO MONESI, OL, LOW808, ELLIPSE, MICHURA, LOL123 (Наука и Искусство, Moscow, 105120)

A few days ago Moscow's house lovers had the opportunity to hear Fabio Monesi's live vinyl set during Wilson Records Night which held a place at NII (Sciense and Art). Welofi caught Fabio for a couple of words.


Your tracks have a quite specific sound and it's so nice! We want to ask you about technical aspects: what kind of devices you prefer to use? Maybe you have your favourite one?
I have many different machines, for example Roland TR-909, TR-707, R-8 MK II, but Akai s950 is absolutely my favourite piece in the studio.


Talking about your label (name and logo), does it have some allegorical sense or you're just a "Cast Away" film fan?
When I was about to launch my label I was looking for a strong logo easy to remember. Suddenly, "Wilson" came to my mind and I thought: «Oh, yeah, this would look so good on a record!». I also love the movie but that's another story.
The formation of the musical taste is a very delicate and long-term process. Can you mark out figures, albums (of any genres), maybe specific party which made a great impact on you or which are very special to you?
I don't have specific albums or tracks, in some way I can say that the way I dj is also due to a series of great parties we had in Italy back in the days, where music, animations and many small details were all at the same level to guarantee a unique experience.
I started to dream about that magic world very young proper because of the atmosphere. It was not just about the music, it was about the experience. Nowadays we have lost some of those components giving more importance to the music, so I try to give a good experience to the crowd just with my own taste of music.

Nowadays we observe that many musicians draw their attention to such things as analogue systems, vinyl, cassettes etc.. Do you think that musical trends have a cyclic character (like history for example)?
It's good to see that people understood the importance of investing money in what they believe. Trends are always cyclic of course but some machines really make the difference if used with a good knowledge. Those people who buy a machine or press records just to follow a trend, they will also disappear as soon as the trend changes. This thing is not for everybody. If you want to follow trends it's better to dedicate your time to fashion maybe.

What about your cooperation with Gene Hunt and his release on Wilson Rec. How did you come to this?
I've always been a big fan of Gene. When we finally met in London we had so much fun and later we decided to release something on my labels.


Got you. And the last question: in your interview for Mixmag you feel very excited about British music scene. What do you think: what places (not necessarily European) have the greatest influence in shaping the direction of musical trends in our time?
For me London has always been one of the most influential cities in our time, as well as Berlin, Tokyo and New York.

Moscow during Wilson Records Night at Наука и Искусство: