Pharaohz is back with more new music for 2020. New single ‘Nynetjer’ is an uplifting feel good dance track that is ready for the club scene.
Take a listen and add this ‘Big Tune’ to your playlist today!
You can stream or buy this track from all online digital music stores via the link below:
Launching the new Techno series by DJ Pharaohz
New Techno series ‘Amulet’ by up & coming electronic artist Pharaohz is a fresh mix series of the latest Techno sounds around bringing out the darker side of Techno.
Kicking off with volume 1 this mix is full of brand new music to indulge in and to dance away into the early hours with another dimension of sound.
Stream right here:
or via DJ Pharaohz mixcloud here.
DJ mix for promotional use only.
September 2019 DJ mix by DJ Pharaohz
Brand new mix by DJ Pharaohz available to stream on Mixcloud featuring artists:
Namara, Soul Divide, Ferreck Dawn, Leo Moreno, Alex Mills, Luigii Nieto, Pharaohz and more.
Have a listen to this electric mix of pure House music!
DJ mix for promotional use only.
The club has raised £50,000 for charity in just over a year
London club The Cause has announced it will be closing when its tenancy ends in January 2020.
Initially opened as a temporary venue last March, it extended its lease this April and announced its first, and last, birthday party a month after.
It will be throwing a number of high-profile parties to round out its time in Tottenham, including a Tribes night on September 24 (in collaboration with neighbours Grow Tottenham) that will feature sets from Jennifer Cardini, Axel Boman, A Guy Called Gerald, Truly Madly, Subb-an, Adam Shelton and Silverling, and a Whities takeover on August 31, which will be headlined by label mainstay Avalon Emerson.
London party Faith celebrates two decades with Byron The Aquarius and Maurice Fulton on September 7, with Lil Louis heading to the club on September 13.
Joy Orbison and Will Bankhead’s Hinge Finger label takes over the club on September 20, followed by Mr Ties and Kiwi’s “sex-positive rave” Crossbreed on September 27.
There’s a bunch of parties happening around Halloween, with Alienata, Ben Sims and Kirk Degiorgio’s Machine all playing. Queer party Adonis is also locked in for November 1.
Known for its fundraising angle, The Cause has already raised £50,000 for charity – the bulk of which has gone to CALM and MIND in Haringey – over its short lifespan.
(Peggy Gou, Zip and Marcel Dettmann are amongst the names revealed)
Shelter in Amsterdam has announced its giant program for this year’s ADE.
Amsterdam Dance Event is just months around the corner and the Dutch capital is once again gearing up to welcome hundreds of thousands of ravers to the city for a week of dancing.
With that in mind, Shelter has announced its bumper run of events during ADE and they are as stacked as ever.
Wednesday will kick things off with an AUS Music event that welcomes Floorplan, Cinthie and label-boss Will Saul to the venue while Thursday sees Rush Hour and Rainbow Disco Club invite Antal, Danny Krivit, Jayda G and Wata Igarashi b2b Sandrien to play.
Friday is the big one, with Detroit-hero DJ Bone hosting his all-day Homeless Homies fundraiser. The likes of Peggy Gou, Dubfire, Ben Sims, Deetron and KiNK will all lay down sets to raise money for charity before Marcel Dettmann leads a 20-hour spectacular with Umfang, Miss Kittin, DJ Stingray and more.
Saturday we’re Cooking With Palms Trax before Zip, Margaret Dygas and Sammy Dee Get Perlonized on Sunday to close off proceedings.
That’s a lot to take in, we know, so head over to Shelter’s Facebook page for information on all the events.
Pharaohz – The Tempest Stele
Fresh Techno for all you rave fans. This track depicts in a very vivid way the colossal ancient storm, one of the seven plagues of Egypt that devastated many millennia ago.
Download today here
New single ‘Internal Peace’ by Pharaohz is out now and is a free download.
Get your copy here
The first EP of 2019 for DJ Pharaohz has landed! Two special tracks with one that is the second collaboration with DJ Sax London this one being called ‘Sun Down’ intended for that Ibiza warm summers evening turning gently into the night time embracing the island’s beach shores. Plus the title track ‘DEN’ a blistering synth/bass sing along track paying homage to the ancient Egyptian pharaoh Den.
Grab this amazing EP today HERE
Kevin Saunderson is celebrating 30 years of his and vocalist Paris Grey’s chart-topping Inner City project with a brand new tour.
The Good Life tour, named after the pair’s hit 1988 single, will kick off in Europe this spring.
As Inner City celebrates the next chapter in its influential journey, Saunderson’s set-up will now feature his son and creative protégé Dantiez as a full-time member. The new set-up was first premiered at 2018’s Movement Detroit.
“We have an enormous catalogue of classics from our previous years and now we are moving and shaping a new sound for a new generation. It’s been 30 unforgettable years of Inner City,” says Saunderson. “Thinking back to when I first started the group, I could never have predicted how it would transform, now with my son Dantiez by my side, leading us into the future with great music for years to come. It’s going to be exciting for sure!”
The European leg begins on April 18 in Amsterdam, before hitting up Leeds, London, Barcelona, Glasgow, Belgium, Lyon and more. Other guests announced for the tour include vocalist Steffanie Christi’an.
Check out the tour flyer below and grab tickets here.
As we grow older we suffer a decline in mental and physical fitness, which can be made worse by conditions like Alzheimer’s disease. A new study, published in the open-access journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, shows that older people who routinely partake in physical exercise can reverse the signs of aging in the brain, and dancing has the most profound effect.
“Exercise has the beneficial effect of slowing down or even counteracting age-related decline in mental and physical capacity,” says Dr Kathrin Rehfeld, lead author of the study, based at the German center for Neurodegenerative Diseases, Magdeburg, Germany. “In this study, we show that two different types of physical exercise (dancing and endurance training) both increase the area of the brain that declines with age. In comparison, it was only dancing that lead to noticeable behavioral changes in terms of improved balance.”