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Nastia launched new label NECHTO Records

Have you heard? NECHTO has seven releases planned, mostly by “unknown names” the Kyiv label says with 4 of them out there. Most of the producers hail from Nastia’s native Ukraine, such as Splinter UA, Voin Oruwu, Recid and Vitaliy Symonenko, while others like Knigi and Ben Khlifa are from Russia and Tunisia. Nastia herself will release music on the label under a new alias, SHEIS.

“NECHTO is an open platform for everyone, it’s a label with no pretences,” Nastia told Resident Advisor. “I want to use all of my power to push other artists who are new to this. I want make the process simple for them, and make everyone see how easy it is to release music if you just make good stuff.”

The first EP NECH001, a four-track EP credited to an unknown artist, is out December 13th last year.

Via: RA

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Two People Hospitalised In Stabbings At Mexico’s Esto Es Tulum Festival

Two people were taken to hospital after being stabbed at an ANTS party during Mexico’s Esto Es Tulum festival in the early hours of Monday morning. One has been left in a critical condition with a knife wound to the neck.

The two Mexican nationals were reportedly attacked by local cartel members who mistook them for drug dealers, according to Quadratin Quintana Roo.

The party was taking place at the Cenote Casa Tortuga venue, as part of the multi-event Esto Es Tulum festival, which started on December 27 and is due to the close of January 11.

In the wake of the attack, the festival canceled the Vatos Locos event which was scheduled to take place on Tuesday night, January 7

Read Esto Es Tulum’s statement below.

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Sven Väth’s 30 years old Top Chart from 1989

Sven Väth, the German DJ legend and three-time DJ Awards winner who’s career in electronic music spans well over 30 years! “Electrica Salsa” with OFF launched his career in 1986. Lovingly referred to as “Papa Sven” by his fans, Sven Väth has made his mark in the music community by being one of Germany’s “pop stars” in the nineties, running two famous night clubs in Germany, and starting his own company Cocoon, which encompasses a booking agency, record label, and a branch for events.

Sven Väth is a major proponent of vinyl, using only two decks and a mixer for his extensive DJ sets, his longest set having been 30 hours.

Here’s how Sven’s playlist looked like 3 decades ago, thanks to groove.de