2015 saw the brothers swinging to new trees, retiring their previous labels to focus on their new label ‘Hommage.’ It has been the year of transformation for the German producers, developing and tailoring a sound suited perfectly for the unique club nuances while still keeping the core elements of melodic chords and grooves synonymous with the duos productions. 2015 unveiled Monkey Safari’s remix for Marc Houle’s “Pepper” on Richie Hawtin’s label Minus and their hugely successful “Cranes” and “Walls“ EPs that presented opportunities for Monkey Safari to work with some exciting musicians, such as Wolf + Lamb and Kölsch, techno heavy weights Guy Gerber and Josh Wink, as well as one of dance music’s most iconic producers, Moby.Read More
Cameroonian father, Ukrainian mother, blessed with innate energy and trained as a classical, modern, hip-hop and salsa dancer, the Amsterdam-based William Djoko is blessed with an enviable framework for a prosperous career in music.Read More
Perill, one of Claydrum’s long-standing resident DJ’s, is known for his finely crafted sets that span anything between house, electro and techno. This vinyl-lover is part of the Seventy Eight Records family and a member of Maastricht’s Wax Boutique collective, which exists of some of the finest DJ’s and collectors our city has to offer. In 2014, under his previous moniker ‘Bob Caro’, he was handpicked by Dutch DJ-legend Michel de Hey as the first winner of his nationwide DJ contest ‘Kweekvijver’, after which he released two EP’s and played at clubs like Amsterdam’s legendary Studio 80, scheveningen’s Karavaan and numerous festivals including Groove Garden, Graefenthal and Solar Festival. Last year he decided to switch to his new moniker Perill, undertaking a completely new work-ethic in both studio and DJ-booth, and preparing to release some proper underground electro, house and techno in the coming years. For this year’s edition of Summer Deejays he’ll be bringing a big stack of vinyl that will fit our sunny vibes perfectly.Read More
In the first hours of SummerDeejays 2017, a crew of old and new residents will start spinning some summer vibes to ensure everybody will get in a summer mood! Steven Kesler, Dusty Nation and others will mix all sorts of music to get ready for the ultimate summer experience for the rest of the day!
Did you miss the performance of Steven Kesler 3 years ago? No problem: