Singer/song writer Esskell once again brings his signature brand of music to the people. He continues to create waves locally and internationally, showcasing his inspirational musical talents that have disc jocks,Selectors and fans anxiously waiting for more.
Esskell’s new radical song is called “ANGEL”. The real life lyrics of this song talks about a man who chooses to take to the streets doing the wrong things to survive because he feels he lives in a hopeless society. The negative influences in the environment that he grew up in, scars his mind and influences the choices made for a better life for him and his family. The conscious mind will always prevail, as through his struggles he still hopes for a better tomorrow, guidance and protection, so he cries out “ Father God send an angel to watch over me”.
This song will touch the hearts and minds of many, as we all hope for better opportunities and better choices, with the help of Father God.
“ANGEL”, produced by Paul Christie of Ultra Beam Records is available across all digital platforms.
Penthouse Recording Engineer/Producer, Paul Christie aka Pablo, teams up with international recording artiste Levantay on the smash single Shy Guy. Levantay is the first female artist on Christie’s Ultra Beam Records. The roots, rock, reggae soulful song Shy Guy is sure to be the song of the winter with its sultry vocals and easy vibes.
Paul Christie has worked with such industry giants as Sly and Robbie, Rorey Baker, Donovan Germain, Shane Brown, Tony Rebel, Dean Fraser and Tarrus Riley to name a few. Now branching out with his label he is introducing his first female artiste Levantay to the world with her premiere single ‘Shy Guy’.
Levantay is an international singer/songwriter known for her music with a message. She has opened stages for artists such as Marcia Griffiths, Beres Hammond and Beanie Man.
“Blast Tone” – Belarusian duet founded in 2019 by two DJ’s Artemiev and Curera. Both began their musical career in 2003. During this time, they managed to visit many clubs and cities in the Republic of Belarus and neighboring countries. The main musical direction: Progressive House, Big Room, Electro House, Future House.
Track: Blast Tone – Elements
Track: Blast Tone feat Yasmin Palmer – Till The Night
Track: Blast Tone feat Narjisse Meziani – Lost In Silence
Marco Carola’s Ibiza residency, Music On, is moving to Pacha.
Since launching in 2012, the house and techno event has dominated the White Isle, occupying the Friday night slot at Amnesia, a club Carola has ties to stretching back more than ten years. Yesterday, a Facebook post confirmed that the party will switch to Thursdays at Pacha. Dates and lineups are still TBA.
Music On will join former Amnesia rival Cocoon at the iconic super club. Sven Väth’s party, which turns 20 this year, made the switch last summer.
Primavera Sound reveals 2019 lineup, featuring more than 50 percent women
Robyn, Richie Hawtin, Nina Kraviz and SOPHIE are among those booked for the Barcelona festival next spring.
Primavera Sound 2019, going down from May 30th through June 1st, has announced its lineup.
Among the headliners for the Barcelona festival are Robyn, Erykah Badu, SOPHIE, Charli XCX, James Blake, Stereolab, Richie Hawtin (performing his CLOSE live set) and Modeselektor. In terms of DJs, they’ve lined up Joy Orbison, Helena Hauff, Yaeji, Laurel Halo, Avalon Emerson, Jayda G and a back-to-back from Eris Drew and Octo Octa. Live sets will come from Objekt, Anastasia Kristensen, Apparat, Tim Hecker and his Konoyo Ensemble, Veronica Vasicka and plenty more.
This year, Primavera seeks to highlight “equality, eclecticism and audacity” in their lineup, according to a press release.
“Equality in the lineup between men and women, a stylistic eclecticism that is patently obvious and the drive to constantly take risks to connect to the times we live in are central concepts of the Primavera Sound 2019 lineup,” the statement adds. “All of this without abandoning the presentation of a lineup that is absolutely unique in the world, risky and convincing, as it is every year.”
For the full lineup, check out the flyer and event listing below.
The venue has been dismantled after running into financial difficulties, though there are plans for it reopen under a new name in 2019.
Popular Paris boat club Batofar has closed for good.
Moored in the 13th arrondissement since 1999, the red tugboat ran into financial troubles earlier this year, according to daily newspaper Libération. It was initially due to shut for renovations, though they never materialised. A 17-hour closing party, scheduled for February 3rd, also never happened. More recent photos show the red boat being dismantled. (See right.) Libération also reports that the venue will reopen in summer 2019 as a salsa club under a different name, Faro Faro.
For almost 20 years, Batofar was a vital and trusted spot for underground house and techno fans. Recent guests include Tin Man, Xosar and Djrum.
The US DJ was reportedly detained in Fukuoka on Saturday afternoon after customs officials found 0.3g in his possession.
David Morales was reportedly arrested in Japan over the weekend on “suspicion of smuggling” 0.3g of MDMA.
According to national newspaper Asahi Shimbun, the Grammy Award-winning artist was travelling from Hong Kong to Fukuoka on Saturday afternoon when customs officials found a small bag containing the class A drug in his carry-on luggage. Morales denied it was his, claiming that someone else put it there. “He was arrested for allegedly violating the law on narcotics and psychotropics control,” a police spokesman told news agency AFP.
Japan has a zero-tolerance policy on drugs. The penalty for possession of class A substances for personal use, however small the amount, carries a maximum prison sentence of seven years and a fine of ¥3 million (£19,821).
Morales was due to perform at Fukuoka club Bijou on October 6th, followed by an appearance in Tokyo the following day. On Saturday evening, the promoter of the Fukuoka show posted on Instagram saying that Morales wouldn’t be attending because he was “sick.” Resident Advisor reached out to Morales’s team, who said they’re “unable to comment at this time, but will share further information with you as and when we’re able to do so.”
SKYE ENERGY DRINK will never contact you & offer to you Car Wraps.
Car wraps and fake checks.
This year, one of the biggest scams around is the car wrap or car advertising scam.
And if you aren’t careful, it could cost you thousands of dollars…
Here’s how the scam operates:
In a nutshell, you were looking for a legitimate work from home job and you received an email asking you if you’d like to make some money by having your car wrapped in a well-known brand logo (e.g.,SKYE Energy Drink).
Once you respond, you are sent a check for several thousand dollars and asked to deposit it.
You are also asked to keep some money for yourself and wire the remaining cash to a graphic designer. This designer is then supposed to come and decorate your car.
The only problem with this plan is that the check is fake and bounces after a few days of sitting in your bank account.
However, the bank is legally required to make the funds available to you immediately. The scam artist will tell you to you then forward the cash via money order to a third party.
Now, you just sent away thousands of your own dollars to an overseas criminal. The check IS going to bounce and you will be held liable for the missing money.
Typically, you will lose between $3,000-$4,000 on average.
And that doesn’t even include any headaches from having to explain to the bank why your are depositing fake checks into your account.
The scammer walks away with a fat stack of your money and you are left footing the bill.