014: 2015 2Q Review, Steve Mulder

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2015 2Q Review, Steve Mulder.

In the first hour, I review some of my choices for the best tracks of the Spring of 2015.  I present newish music from Michael Badal & Ellie Lawson, Friends of Mayday, Oliver Heldens, Alexander Popov, Arjuna Schiks, Manu Delago, the 16 Bit Lolitas, Phaeny, Diversa, Vandera, Biome, Mind Vortex & Daniela, Urbandawn and Bensley.

And note that I said I was presenting just some of my choices for the best of this quarter.  I’ve got another hour-long mix comprising the rest of my choices aired on Frank Ramos’ Maximum Insight show on BBox Radio out of Brooklyn, New York on June 26, 2015 from 8:00PM – 10:00PM EDT (5:00-7:00PM PDT).  If you missed it, you can listen right here:

Mongo’s 2015 2Q Review Part 2 for Maximum Insight on BBoxRadio.com by Djmongo on Mixcloud


Meanwhile, in the second our of this episode, DJ Mongo Presents DJ, Producer, and Founder and CEO of Orange Records, Steve Mulder of Amsterdam, Netherlands, delivering a set of pure Techno for your listening and dancing pleasure.

Part 1: The EDM Hour: 2015 2Q Review

Set 1: 2015 2Q Review Part 1

CloserMichael Badal, Ellie LawsonNow That We're HumanBlack Hole RecordingsTrance128201504:10
Making FriendsFriends Of MaydayMaking FriendsKontor RecordsqProgressive House125201506:07
MelodyOliver HeldensMelodySpinnin RecordsHouse126201502:44
Born To Love (Intro Mix)Alexander PopovInterplayArmada Music BundlesTrance130201504:48
New23Arjuna SchiksNew23/LungoParquet RecordingsElectronica125201506:49
Drumheart (Instrumental)Manu DelagoDrumheartTru ThoughtsBreaks128201504:08
You Are An Astronaut16 Bit LolitasThe Rise/You Are An AstronautBits And PiecesProgressive House125201507:29

Set 2: 2015 2Q Review Part 2

MissingPhaenyAiya EPInfluenza MediaDrum & Bass173201505:16
Water For Your SoulDiversaOf The Mysterious VoiceInspectedDrum & Bass170201504:59
Ring The AlarmVanderaMake Believe EPFokuz RecordingsDrum & Bass176201505:55
SerenityBiomeBiome On Deep HeadsDeep HeadsDubstep175201505:39
Stand HighMind Vortex, DanielaAgainst The Grain EPRAM RecordsDrum & Bass174201504:32
Neon NightsUrbandawnNeon NightsHospital RecordsDrum & Bass173201505:34
AftermathBensleyNext GenerationRAM RecordsDrum & Bass175201503:47

Part 2: DJ Mongo Presents: Steve Mulder of Amsterdam, Netherlands

2015 2Q Review, Steve Mulder

Steve Mulder, of Amsterdam, Netherlands.

“One of the most exciting new dj’s / producers out of Holland”, and “Producer of 2008 Carl Cox (DJMag Top 100 Poll).

“Producer of 2010” – Eddie Halliwell (DJMag Top 100 Poll)

Steve Mulder is the one to watch out for in 2015. The talented, driven and focused dj / producer has supported some of the biggest and most respected names in the industry like Carl Cox, Umek, Paul van Dyk, Christian Smith, Michel de Hey, Cristian Varela, Carlo Lio, Steve Rachmad, Dimitri, Joel Mull, Secret Cinema to name a few.

As a producer, his continues efforts in the studio have paid off. Steve has been releasing numerous quality hits, which have received global support. His unique signature style that’s driven by a funky, sexy, techy groove is sure to leave you mesmerized.

Steve has over 90 releases out and his tracks to date have received heavy support from Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Dubfire, Marco Bailey, Cristian Varela, Nicole Moudaber, Carlo Lio, Slam, Umek, and many many more. He has released tracks & remixes on major labels as Toolroom, MB Elektronics, Pornographic, Nervous, Cr2, Bush, Respekt, Global Underground (release featured on Global Underground mix compilation by Carl Cox), Incorrect and more. In 2008, 2009 and 2010, 2012 and 2013 tracks were licensed to the last 7 mix compilations by Carl Cox (including the latest Global Underground – GU38 – Black Rock Desert) and Carl Cox’ – Space Ibiza 2012 and 2013 album, Paul van Dyk’s Cream Ibiza 2008 CD, and Eddie Halliwell’s Cream Ibiza 2010 CD.

It goes without saying that Steve Mulder is spinning at all the hottest places around the world: Space – Ibiza, Womb – Tokyo, Matter – London, Sankeys – Manchester, Ministry Of Sound – London, Privilege – Ibiza, Escape – Amsterdam, Dance Valley to name a few.

He also records his own radio show called “Technation” which is aired globally on DI.FM and syndicated worldwide, and has done guest mixes on Carl Cox’ Global Radio Show, Marco Bailey’s Electronik Force Podcast, Cristian Varela’s Pornographic Radio Show, Eddie Halliwell’s Fire It Up Radio Show, Paul van Dyk’s Vandit Sessions plus many others.


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