From time to time it feels like a dream. The big boys are playing his records and the party goes on and on. David Jach is no longer one of those DJs…He found his way, his style and works steadily on his magic. Since years, his records are lauded, and his tour schedule is heavy these days. Jach represents a new generation of musicians, who rely on their own feelings rather than on the “great hypes”. And still, his sound somehow manages to sneak in between the almost identical sounding tracks of the Beatport Top20. However, David Jach does not only count on his vinyl productions but also on his live qualities. The freshness of his performance is catching and evokes an almost romantic picture of perfect Open-Air-Days and Club nights. Colourful, slightly soaked with minimal-house and deep sound elements, always a bit nostalgic but at the same time several steps ahead of the usual bubbling techno-releases.
We welcome Miane to the Times Artists booking agency in GAS territory.
Miane is equal to evolution. Formerly known as Taty Munoz, Miane steps up to become a strength by own right in the electronic music scene. Based in Ibiza, Miane’s music has a distinct staple, unique and difficult to put in words. Miane’s story is one of hard work and DIY dedication. That, added to her immense talent, have managed to put her among the most interesting artist to keep an eye on by the scene. Without growing in a musical environment, Miane is the living incarnation of the DIY culture that is taking over the electronic music realm. A culture that has not stopped giving us some of the most incredible talents of the last few years.
To mark the 100th digital release on Moon Harbour, label founder Matthias Tanzmann tweaks one of his classic tracks from 2006, and the Robag Wruhme remix from the same original package also appears. This is a fantastic package that marks this milestone in fitting fashion.