Carlo Lio at BPM Festival this past January. Merry Tuesday !

CityFox Showcase at Treehouse Miami September 27, 2013 

Photog: Michal Ignition Imaging © 2013

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Happy Monday ! Who you’ll see this week ..

OCTOBER 9-13

WED, October 9- BLOW UP with Hugo Bianco | Mario Liberti
THUR, October 10- Carlo Lio | Hardline
FRI, October 11- SHONKY | Philipp Jung of M.A.N.D.Y. | Clarian
SAT, October 12- Solee | Fabio Giannelli | Chad Andrew | Randall-M
SUN, October 13- Gary Beck 

Tickets available 

RA: http://www.residentadvisor.net/club-detail.aspx?id=42030

Wantickets: http://www.wantickets.com/Venues/1390/TREEHOUSE/

Have a splendid week 

Hardline closing for Carlo Lio at Treehouse Miami February 8th 2013. We love our resident DJs. 

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Philipp Jung of M.A.N.D.Y. recorded at Tree House Get Physical night November 25th 2011

This sanctuary we call our home allows you to be as you are, dance the way you want to dance and feel any way you most desire. From the clear display of knitting sticks to nailed headboards on the walls, this safe haven is every thing and any thing out of the ordinary. Experience for yourself :) 
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This sanctuary we call our home allows you to be as you are, dance the way you want to dance and feel any way you most desire. From the clear display of knitting sticks to nailed headboards on the walls, this safe haven is every thing and any thing out of the ordinary. Experience for yourself :) 

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Adrian & Adrian, two guys from Zurich started off with music just like everyone else by trying several instruments and scratching on grandfather’s turntable, nothing special about that. Both were born in the mid 80’s when the techno and house community was rising tothe top.90’s dance, hip-hop & house stuff influenced one of them. The other half was more into melodic sounds and Europe based techno. On the road as solo artists they met in 2008, found mutual connection with their interpretations and became dj & production partners.Harmony between Dj-ing, performance and immediate contact with the people makes a good to a “better” dj. The self-proclaimed brothers have a sensible feeling for the Clubheads, dance-a-holics and all the others, for which “music” means attitude not just a word. They love to mix up different styles to make their sets intensive, diversified and unique. Almost poetic, comparable with an exciting story.Adriatique are also featured on the highly anticipated second Release from Diynamic’s Sublabel 2DIY4. Their groovy newinterpretation from Feist – Honey, Honey is considered as one of the summer tracks 2011. This was their kick-off to be also part of 2DIY4’s motherlabel Diynamic Music.In addition to their musical-work & busy club-schedule Adriatique have their monthly based event series „Moving Around Us“ in Zurich which has grown to a meeting point for international guests, local talent, music & art.

Adrian & Adrian, two guys from Zurich started off with music just like everyone else by trying several instruments and scratching on grandfather’s turntable, nothing special about that. Both were born in the mid 80’s when the techno and house community was rising tothe top.

90’s dance, hip-hop & house stuff influenced one of them. The other half was more into melodic sounds and Europe based techno. On the road as solo artists they met in 2008, found mutual connection with their interpretations and became dj & production partners.

Harmony between Dj-ing, performance and immediate contact with the people makes a good to a “better” dj. The self-proclaimed brothers have a sensible feeling for the Clubheads, dance-a-holics and all the others, for which “music” means attitude not just a word. They love to mix up different styles to make their sets intensive, diversified and unique. Almost poetic, comparable with an exciting story.

Adriatique are also featured on the highly anticipated second Release from Diynamic’s Sublabel 2DIY4. Their groovy newinterpretation from Feist – Honey, Honey is considered as one of the summer tracks 2011. This was their kick-off to be also part of 2DIY4’s motherlabel Diynamic Music.

In addition to their musical-work & busy club-schedule Adriatique have their monthly based event series „Moving Around Us“ in Zurich which has grown to a meeting point for international guests, local talent, music & art.

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Martin Landsky is mobilee’s longest-serving newcomer, bringing more than a decade of musicianship to his burgeoning partnership with the Berlin label.Landsky’s extensive discography reads like a chronological guide through electronic music’s hottest sounds, and through Germany’s most vital labels; from deeply chilled dub house for his own Efforil/Intim imprint, through sampladelic disco-influenced sounds for Dessous, to his long association with Poker Flat that journeyed with him through electro experiments, driving techno, and flirtations with minimal. Whether uplifting and anthemic, dark and contemplative, or somewhere in between, Landsky’s unwillingness to be pigeonholed has taken him to the uppermost echelons of Berlin’s club scene, and higher still to a new association with mobilee records, which will see a solo release in 2011.Landsky immersed himself in music from a young age; he grew up tinkering with cassette tape edits and breakdancing to funk and hip hop, and soon took up DJing, flexing his budding talent at school parties and local youth clubs. His discovery of acid house drew him to Hamburg’s legendary Front Club, which will eternally hold a place in Landsky‘s musical heart, having provided him an early DJ residency, and brought him together with future Poker Flat boss Steve Bug.Impressive work on Effortil/Intim lay the groundwork for DJ appearances in key clubs like E-Werk and Tresor/Globus in Berlin, until he eventually moved to the city in1999. It was a momentous year for Landsky as he developed a deeper appreciation of house and techno. Invigorated by his new surroundings, he sought to add his own voice to Berlin’s thriving music community and founded a Poker Flat Night with Steve Bug and Clé at the Sternradio Club.By 2000 the first Martin Landsky productions had appeared on Poker Flat, and the following year his debut longplayer In Between, cemented his position as a producer to be reckoned with. Early, heady inspirations nestled beneath the surface, and moved within his warm and future-leaning sound aesthetic. He followed the album with the cheeky Mission Upskirt EP, vocal stylings on Reject, and the classic titular tropes of Housed - all of which diversified the Martin Landsky sound and confirmed him as a pivotal part of Poker Flat. After the rousing tones of FM Safari in 2005, the hit “1000 Miles”, with its hazy, hypnotising slow-burning feel, stood as a landmark work for the producer and a new benchmark in his repertoire.Landsky additionally proved himself as a remixer of note, following 2008’s huge re-rub of D.H.S‘s “House Of God” with his rework of Pan-Pot‘s “Confronted” for mobilee, casually combining his love of deep, atmospheric techno with classic, hands-in-the-air moments. Last year he also put his special touch to John Tejada‘s well renowned hit ‘Sweat On The Walls‘ on Poker Flat. Outside of the studio, Martin regularly graces the DJ booths of world renowned clubs like Watergate and Fabric, with sets that nod to the legacy of Front Club, maintaining its deft balance of escapism and musical discovery.The future continues to be bright for Martin Landsky. As he forges into 2011 — taking inspiration from those early days of rave within modern, finely-tuned electronics — he continues to explore the shared vision, passion, and love of music that continues to drive him and the extended mobilee team in all that they do, and all that will come.
 

Martin Landsky is mobilee’s longest-serving newcomer, bringing more than a decade of musicianship to his burgeoning partnership with the Berlin label.

Landsky’s extensive discography reads like a chronological guide through electronic music’s hottest sounds, and through Germany’s most vital labels; from deeply chilled dub house for his own Efforil/Intim imprint, through sampladelic disco-influenced sounds for Dessous, to his long association with Poker Flat that journeyed with him through electro experiments, driving techno, and flirtations with minimal. Whether uplifting and anthemic, dark and contemplative, or somewhere in between, Landsky’s unwillingness to be pigeonholed has taken him to the uppermost echelons of Berlin’s club scene, and higher still to a new association with mobilee records, which will see a solo release in 2011.

Landsky immersed himself in music from a young age; he grew up tinkering with cassette tape edits and breakdancing to funk and hip hop, and soon took up DJing, flexing his budding talent at school parties and local youth clubs. His discovery of acid house drew him to Hamburg’s legendary Front Club, which will eternally hold a place in Landsky‘s musical heart, having provided him an early DJ residency, and brought him together with future Poker Flat boss Steve Bug.

Impressive work on Effortil/Intim lay the groundwork for DJ appearances in key clubs like E-Werk and Tresor/Globus in Berlin, until he eventually moved to the city in1999. It was a momentous year for Landsky as he developed a deeper appreciation of house and techno. Invigorated by his new surroundings, he sought to add his own voice to Berlin’s thriving music community and founded a Poker Flat Night with Steve Bug and Clé at the Sternradio Club.

By 2000 the first Martin Landsky productions had appeared on Poker Flat, and the following year his debut longplayer In Between, cemented his position as a producer to be reckoned with. Early, heady inspirations nestled beneath the surface, and moved within his warm and future-leaning sound aesthetic. He followed the album with the cheeky Mission Upskirt EP, vocal stylings on Reject, and the classic titular tropes of Housed - all of which diversified the Martin Landsky sound and confirmed him as a pivotal part of Poker Flat. After the rousing tones of FM Safari in 2005, the hit “1000 Miles”, with its hazy, hypnotising slow-burning feel, stood as a landmark work for the producer and a new benchmark in his repertoire.

Landsky additionally proved himself as a remixer of note, following 2008’s huge re-rub of D.H.S‘s “House Of God” with his rework of Pan-Pot‘s “Confronted” for mobilee, casually combining his love of deep, atmospheric techno with classic, hands-in-the-air moments. Last year he also put his special touch to John Tejada‘s well renowned hit ‘Sweat On The Walls‘ on Poker Flat. Outside of the studio, Martin regularly graces the DJ booths of world renowned clubs like Watergate and Fabric, with sets that nod to the legacy of Front Club, maintaining its deft balance of escapism and musical discovery.

The future continues to be bright for Martin Landsky. As he forges into 2011 — taking inspiration from those early days of rave within modern, finely-tuned electronics — he continues to explore the shared vision, passion, and love of music that continues to drive him and the extended mobilee team in all that they do, and all that will come.

 

Good things come in pairs and this duo has become one of the closest watched newcomers in house music, Adriatique ! These two young European DJs with an appetite for open minded dance-music make their debut on this massive first Friday of October. 

Good things come in pairs and this duo has become one of the closest watched newcomers in house music, Adriatique ! These two young European DJs with an appetite for open minded dance-music make their debut on this massive first Friday of October. 

COLOMA KABOOMSKY from the Link team at our Subb-An party ! 
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COLOMA KABOOMSKY from the Link team at our Subb-An party ! 

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At this point, Berlin and techno are inextricably connected, and though the city’s techno history contains all sorts of important figures, few would question that Marcel Dettmannhas played a key role in the music’s growth and development. Best known for his long-running residency at Berghain, Dettmann actually started DJing in the mid ’90s; still, it’s within Berghain’s walls that he’s been able to spend the better part of a decade fine-tuning his sleek brand of propulsive hard techno. At the same time, though he’s an essential component of the Berghain/Ostgut Ton stable and will likely always be tied to its legacy, Dettmann’s reach isn’t limited to a single corner of the electronic landscape. (He does run a label of his own, the simply titled Marcel Dettmann Records, and has also dropped records in recent years on the 50Weapons imprint.) It’s no exaggeration to say that Dettmann is one of today’s techno giants, which is why we were thrilled when he accepted our invitation to put together a mix for the XLR8R podcast series. As one might expect, his podcast is rather direct; Dettmann isn’t one to bother with a lot of bells and whistles, and here, he’s assembled a compellingly effective tapestry of house and techno cuts unified by a single purpose—moving the dancefloor. It all sounds quite simple, but it’s not meant as a sleight—Dettmann is the kind of artist who’s capable of making a virtue out of mere functionality.
This ability helps explain why Dettmann is one of techno’s most in-demand DJs, and is frequently beckoned to spin around the globe. Even the sun-soaked isle of Ibiza is clamoring for his services, as he’ll be paying a visit to the island’s Cocoon party on July 15 and September 9. (Just FYI, other Cocoon Ibiza guests this summer include Carl Craig, Ben Klock, Ricardo Villalobos, Dixon, Seth Troxler, Ame, Planetary Assault Systems, and Kink, to name a few—check the complete line-up here.) That said, for those of us who can’t make it to Ibiza, we’re confident that this mix will go a long way toward satisfying the need to hear Dettmann at work.
01 Black Deer “Chief Big Thumb” (No ‘Label’)02 Floorplan “Let’s Ride” (M-Plant)03 I “Percussion Overdose” (Pod Communication)04 Unknown “A Side (from TFE XX 01)” (TFE XX)05 DJ Qu “Liquid Beats” (Strength Music)06 XDB “Frocks” (Sistrum)07 Baby Ford “Normal (Is It Normal? Club Mix)” (Rephlex)08 Container “Application (MD Edit)” (Spectrum Spools)09 Vedomir “Music Suprematism (Marcel Dettmann Remix)” (Dekmantel)10 Alex Cortex “Aitiai Part 1” (Source)11 Marvin Dash “B2 (from the Uncut EP)” (Force Inc. US)12 Anthony Parasole “Off the Grid” (Marcel Dettmann)13 Other Lives “Tamer Animals (Atoms for Peace Remix)” (50Weapons)
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At this point, Berlin and techno are inextricably connected, and though the city’s techno history contains all sorts of important figures, few would question that Marcel Dettmannhas played a key role in the music’s growth and development. Best known for his long-running residency at Berghain, Dettmann actually started DJing in the mid ’90s; still, it’s within Berghain’s walls that he’s been able to spend the better part of a decade fine-tuning his sleek brand of propulsive hard techno. At the same time, though he’s an essential component of the Berghain/Ostgut Ton stable and will likely always be tied to its legacy, Dettmann’s reach isn’t limited to a single corner of the electronic landscape. (He does run a label of his own, the simply titled Marcel Dettmann Records, and has also dropped records in recent years on the 50Weapons imprint.) It’s no exaggeration to say that Dettmann is one of today’s techno giants, which is why we were thrilled when he accepted our invitation to put together a mix for the XLR8R podcast series. As one might expect, his podcast is rather direct; Dettmann isn’t one to bother with a lot of bells and whistles, and here, he’s assembled a compellingly effective tapestry of house and techno cuts unified by a single purpose—moving the dancefloor. It all sounds quite simple, but it’s not meant as a sleight—Dettmann is the kind of artist who’s capable of making a virtue out of mere functionality.

This ability helps explain why Dettmann is one of techno’s most in-demand DJs, and is frequently beckoned to spin around the globe. Even the sun-soaked isle of Ibiza is clamoring for his services, as he’ll be paying a visit to the island’s Cocoon party on July 15 and September 9. (Just FYI, other Cocoon Ibiza guests this summer include Carl Craig, Ben Klock, Ricardo Villalobos, Dixon, Seth Troxler, Ame, Planetary Assault Systems, and Kink, to name a few—check the complete line-up here.) That said, for those of us who can’t make it to Ibiza, we’re confident that this mix will go a long way toward satisfying the need to hear Dettmann at work.

01 Black Deer “Chief Big Thumb” (No ‘Label’)
02 Floorplan “Let’s Ride” (M-Plant)
03 I “Percussion Overdose” (Pod Communication)
04 Unknown “A Side (from TFE XX 01)” (TFE XX)
05 DJ Qu “Liquid Beats” (Strength Music)
06 XDB “Frocks” (Sistrum)
07 Baby Ford “Normal (Is It Normal? Club Mix)” (Rephlex)
08 Container “Application (MD Edit)” (Spectrum Spools)
09 Vedomir “Music Suprematism (Marcel Dettmann Remix)” (Dekmantel)
10 Alex Cortex “Aitiai Part 1” (Source)
11 Marvin Dash “B2 (from the Uncut EP)” (Force Inc. US)
12 Anthony Parasole “Off the Grid” (Marcel Dettmann)
13 Other Lives “Tamer Animals (Atoms for Peace Remix)” (50Weapons)

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Best known for his long-running residency at Berghain, MARCEL DETTMANNwill be debuting on Thursday, ladies night !

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 lineup !!

WED, Oct 2- Blow Up 
THUR, Oct 3- MARCEL DETTMANN
FRI, Oct 4- Martin Landsky | Adriatique
SAT, Oct 5- Pelvic Thrust
SUN, Oct 6- Alberto Ruiz | Gonzalez | Alex Poxada

Advanced tickets available on RA :

http://www.residentadvisor.net/club-detail.aspx?id=42030