In our ongoing efforts of support the music community, we are launching a series of initiatives to empower black and LGBTQI+ artists.. We’ve teamed up with BEAUTIFUL and its founder SHERELLE to open a new studio space, academy & workshop programme, and exhibition series in London.
We have partnered with BEAUTIFUL to help fund a number of free activations for the BEAUTIFUL and wider black and LGBTIQI+ community. Since last year we have quietly worked with SHERELLE to refine a programme to tackle some of the recurring barriers and obstacles faced by some Black and queer artists at the early stages of their development in becoming professionals in the form of a pop-up HQ for all things BEAUTIFUL.
We are taking the TMA-2 Studio Wireless+ on tour, so you can experience how being wireless will change the game for you.
Join us for a series of events and workshops, share your creative experience and get inspired by artists, music brands and likeminded creators.
This May, we teamed up with Zaatari Radio and Refuge Worldwide to build a studio and deliver four weeks of workshops and talks at the 7Hills skatepark in the Jordanian capital.
A virtual festival spotlighting the future of the industry. Over the course of June, we will be bringing together the scene's leading trailblazers to share their unique vision of progression. From the communities paving the way to a more inclusive ecosystem to those breaking new ground in tech.
Today we launch the AIAIAI Discord server in an effort to expand our understanding and engagement with the music community. This is the latest in our continuous exploration for ways to further inspire empower and learn from the next generation of music creators.
In collaboration with Keep Hush, we recently ran our open decks series - Off Sight. This project set out to address the gap in opportunities that many emerging DJs face.
Freedom To Create is our new six-part talk show series, broadcasting live on Berlin-based Refuge Worldwide. The bi-monthly episodes will explore themes of identity, migration, and music creationthrough hour-long live interviews curated and moderated by Refuge Worldwide’s Editor, Chloe Lula.
Every Thursday during November, we will be streaming live from our Studio A store in Copenhagen, to showcase some of our favorite DJs in collaboration with Soundboks and Backtofuturesounds. Swing by the store, or tune in via the SOUNDSBOKS LIVE beta app.
The RP-01 was developed in collaboration with Benji B for the TMA-2 Deviation Music edition. After seeing all of your comments and requests, we decided to release the 3D file for printing.
Presenting our new short film series “My Process”, with creative direction from curator and producer Benji B. The series gives exclusive insight into leading artists’ creative process via interviews, performances & tutorial segments. First up: Nubya Garcia.
Before the release of Slowthai’s debut album ”Nothing Great About Britain”. We met with him at the recent JOURNEY fest. in Copenhagen to have a chat about what makes Britain great after all, his new music and taking off your clothes on stage.
To support anti-racist efforts worldwide we have joined forces with global music platform NTS and cult label Brain Dead to launch a limited edition TMA-2 model with all profits donated to anti-racist organisations.
"Music has been a part of it from the beginning. Places+Faces started as me and Soulz taking photos of the rappers that we like. We only take pictures of artists that we enjoy. Places+Faces is a curation of artists we enjoy who are current and also legends."
This is a free platform for you all to share the music you are working on, what you studio set up looks like, or other forms of inspiration to all the music makers out there.
With Boy Better Know star and London MC Frisco we were celebrating the fifth anniversary of his monthly music showcase The Den. The Den celebrates outstanding British talent in the music industry and has seen the likes of Stefflon Don, Ms Banks, Giggs, Ambush, Skepta and more take to its stage.
Before the new decade got out of bed, Men’s Fashion Week was on in London. One of many the next couple of months. We met withHead of Fashion at Dazed Digital, Emma Hope Allwood, in her East London home to talk about the relationship between music and fashion in the 2010s and the future.
In collaboration with music producer and composer TRAKGIRL, we have created an initiative to shine a light on and provide resources to future sonic visionaries among underrepresented music producers and creators.
We created the series to promote and compensate musicians with new weekly mix releases on Soundcloud and Mixcloud - all curated by Benji B.
In an increasingly uncertain business of being a musician DJ or performing artist we wanted to find a way to contribute to supporting the music and nightlife scene.
The effort intends to equip artists to advance their creative and performance opportunities on a global stage, as nightclubs and music venues have largely faced ongoing closures and other restrictions internationally as the COVID-19 pandemic persists.
Call-to-action vocals, hi-NRG synth riffs and ten-ton gabber kicks meet rave rinsers, scything electro, booming techno and even the odd rewind. Anastasia Kristensen is a poster-child for techno’s lean out of its associated black hole, and into a spectrum of colours, textures and light. After years of sharpening her reputation as a resident at Culture Box, and in particular Mainstream, one of the city’s few LGBTQ nights, her international tour diary has exploded, taking in small parties and major festivals the world over, making her a magazine cover star who remains driven by connecting communities and elevating fellow music geeks.
Remixes for artists like Special Request and Daniel Avery laid the path for deals to Warp offshoot Arcola and renowned label Houndstooth, extending the range of what Kristensen brings to the dancefloor, both as a DJ, and a producer putting records in DJ’s hands. By taking that vital first flash of energy and making it relatable, accessible and utterly infectious, Anastasia Kristensen has rapidly clicked with a great deal of people across all walks of dance music – and why she is set to keep doing so for years and years to come.
Anastasia's own words on the mix:
"This is my first mix of the year and it reflects the sounds that I’ve been digging recently and playing at my shows. Tracks full of textures, wonky rhythms and pure dance floor energy."
Issabassi - Screw Disclocation
MÔHNE - ret In (Amour Noir remix)
Unreleased - Unreleased
Paul Laurens - Klatsch
Tomash Gee - Bug
Alt8 - Mind Control
Marcal - Moritsune
Fish, Sherry S - You Get Bun
Roes - I think You’re Lost
Stelmakh - Misha
Voicedrone - Darkness
Vertical67 - Dry Land
Amby Iguous - Freqy
u.r.trax - atom heart
Der Dritte Raum - Alienoid
Selec - Brickwork
Kashpitzky - Midrange
Militia - Self Affiction
Vsadniki ZHKH - Mery
Shy One lives and breathes the eclecticism and diversity of her DJ sets and productions. Having started off DJing on pirate radio at 13 years old, She has been exposed to and influenced by the full spectrum of sounds her hometown of London has birthed and nurtured over the years.
Hailing from the Beverly area on the South Side of Chicago, Jamie 3:26 has garnered recognition in his own right as a master selector capable of lighting any dance floor on fire.
K15 has been making music for more than ten years and releasing it for just over half that, drawing his influences from everything from jazz, hip-hop, broken beat and soul, to house and techno.
Staying true to house music, Djing for Djing’s sake, Kai Alce isalways pushinghimself, and us on the dancefloor. Whether it’s behind the turntables or through his label NDATL Muzik, he’s a force to be reckoned with.
Sadar has been digging for records all of his life. In s time where Chicago was filled with DJ’s who played house and disco sounds, Sadar chose a different direction, playing rare, hard-to-find grooves.
Honey Dijon's brazen style blends all genres without looking to the past. She captivates with her instinct, versatile sound and dazzles the club and fashion circuit in London, Paris, Berlin and New York.
DJ Spinna is something of an anomaly in music. A humbling example of what it takes to truly succeed within the framework of multiple fields. Turning heads throughout the industry, Spinna’s sonics soon infiltrated numerous genres. Tapped by everyone from Mary J. Blige, to Motown Records.
Oneman is a club DJ through and through. Stephen Bishop hopscotches through his hard drive playing the best in UK club music and well beyond. His playful presentation style is carried over from the pirate radio stations he grew up listening to in South London.
Riobamba is an Ecuadorian-Lithuanian producer, DJ and cultural activist based in Brooklyn. She’s on the Discwoman roster, and is known for her rowdy and deeply researched live sets, reflecting back nightlife’s power as a site of joy and resistance.
Based out of Montreal, producer/DJ Lunice has always been a disciple of hip hop. Crafting his early education listening to masters like Dilla, Madlib, and 9th Wonder, his outlook completely changed when he got his first break DJing legendary parties, in the then-budding Montreak Bass scene, circa 2007-2008.
Founder of record labels Bling 47 and Dirt Tech Reck,Waajeed, emerged from the birthplace of soul driven hip-hop underground music - Conant Gardens in Detroit. Today, a force to be reckoned with, Waajeed continues to push the envelope as a producer and with hiseclecticDJ sets.
Lauren Andrew aka. La La began her musical journey getting her first set of decks from local Glasgow institute Rubadub, and it wasn’t long before she took to DJing across the city. Her signature sound has carried her across Scotland and she is now setting her sights on the rest of the UK and beyond.
Based out of London, Jamo Beatz is the DJ for South London rap collective House of Pharaohs. He has worked with the likes of Migos and Sheck Wes, just to name a few, and is known for his unpredictable style and ability to spot emerging talent. We're happy to announce him for the 17th edition of our Mix series.
Tokyo-based Techno DJ and Producer Masayoshi Anotani, also known as MARS89, gives us his prescription for inner city pressure - works anywhere from Tokyo to Copenhagen.
Producer, DJ and Partyfine label boss Yuksek is a vital force in the electronic music scene, releasing a string of albums, EPs and remixes on various labels and his own, much lauded imprint. His latest long-form offering, ‘Nosso Ritmo’ is no exception.
Universally respected DJ and producer Alan Fitzpatrick provides the next edition of the AIAIAI mixtape. The ‘We Are The Brave’ label boss continues to transition rapidly from techno underground artist to global headliner.
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