24:7 is an exploration of what it means to be addicted to the music -- To live in a world where the way life sounds defines how it looks and feels. Every second of the day, we are bombarded by elements of media in such a way that many of us can't help but need to be "connected", to require that we stay "plugged in", twenty four hours a day and seven days a week. The series w...(展开全部) 24:7 is an exploration of what it means to be addicted to the music -- To live in a world where the way life sounds defines how it looks and feels. Every second of the day, we are bombarded by elements of media in such a way that many of us can't help but need to be "connected", to require that we stay "plugged in", twenty four hours a day and seven days a week. The series will reflect this obsession.
Now the world's most revered electronic music label, launches a brand new series entitled 24:7. The first installment is a radical mix by current scene man-of-the-moment, Danny Howells. A ten-year veteran, with an unearthly ability to connect with his audience, Danny is set for world domination this year, a fact exemplified by his #12 ranking in DJ magazine's recent Top 100 DJs poll.
Danny has transitioned his monthly residency at New York super-club, Arc (formely Vinyl and Twilo) into an almost cultish state-side fan base. When Danny Howells is coming to town, the buzz is palpable and people come out to see what all the hype is about. His fist GU release, the second mix in the NuBreed series (NuBreed 002, 2000), is hailed as a landmark edition to the world's most esteemed dance music catalog. In addition to recognition as a headlining DJ, Howells is also gaining notoriety as a ground breaking producer and remixer. His credits include remixes for Robbie Williams, BT, David Morales and production collaborations with the likes of Deep Dish.
Musically, the concept is as boundless as the day is long. Danny approached each disc with an amazingly unique and fresh sense of sound. On Disc One, the "Day" disc, he effortlessly smokes through a collection of the most cutting edge down-tempo and experimental music to ever grace a Global Underground CD. Disc Two, the "Night" disc is equally as groundbreaking, as Danny drops a warbling set of dub-drenched house that is so meticulously programmed and mixed that it is clear upon first listen why he is dance music's new favourite son and why his name will be inescapable for some time to come.
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Starshine - Honeyroot
Desert Storm - Nor Elle
Headman - Headman
Invisible Things (Mescalito's Mix) - The Black Dog & Black Sifichi
Promesse De Bonheur - Static
Cruising - Static
Noir - Funckarma
Electricite De Nuit - Subtonal
Sound In A Dark Room - Telefon Tel Aviv
Fast Lane (Fink Remix) - Will Saul
Sound Of Today - Sideshow
Price - Fresh Moods
Release Your Body - Kaito
You Can't Go Home Again - DJ Shadow
An Ordinary Day - Bent
Into Africa - Sam Paganini
Love It Remix It (Fred Everything Remix) - Iz And Diz
Harijan - Celestial
Bubbles (Loudeast Mix) - Vince Watson
Keep It Real / Do It Like A Robot (Acapella) - Princess Superstar