The BPM Festival Podcast: Sharam


Listen to The BPM Festival‘s new podcast from Sharam and get in the BPM groove! He’s going to help end #BPM2015 with a bang at Yoshitoshi’s Showcase (an official BPM closing party) at Blue Parrot Sunday, January 18!

From underground classics like Texi, Get Wild and Don’t Say A Word, to scoring international chart toppers, like PATT (Party All The Time) and The One, Sharam’s musical credits are as dynamic as his DJ sets. His production collaborations include artists such as Kid Cudi, Shakira, Patsy Cline, Chris Martin and Daniel Bedingfield just to name a few. He seamlessly navigates between hypnotic underground sets rooted in his rich history of house and techno, while entertaining younger dance enthusiasts of today with laser like focus and dedication to quality. His motto remains ‘entertain while educate’. His sound is Ibiza in Vegas. His style is limitless.

The BPM Festival Podcast 29 - Sharam by The Bpm Festival on Mixcloud

At Miami Music Week (WMC) 2014 he once again scored one of the most sought after records with his new outing ‘Tripi’ on Seth Troxler’s new labels inaugural release, garnering support from all sides of the industry. Tripi follows his rich history of seminal records like 2013’s On & On featuring the long time collaborator Anousheh that ended up being the #1 Miami Buzz record. He followed that release with “My Way” taking a more techy vocal approach — all part of his upcoming 2nd artist album.

During the Miami conference Sharam rejoined his old buddy Dubfire as the legendary duo “Deep Dish” and performed their first show in over 8 years setting the industry abuzz once again with their set as well as their new single “Quincy”.


Soundwall Mag: Best of 2014 Podcasts



We’re huge fans of the Soundwall mix series, featuring exclusive music from top producers and DJs around the world. To show our appreciation for their incredible taste as curators, we asked them to pick their 10 favorite mixes in 2014.

In no particular order:

Soundwall Podcast #190: Kevin Saunderson by Soundwall Mag on Mixcloud

Soundwall Podcast #228: DJ T. by Soundwall Mag on Mixcloud

Soundwall Podcast #204: Kenny Dope by Soundwall Mag on Mixcloud

Click here for the full list on their website.

Ellen Allien’s BPitch Control Showcase at The BPM Festival 2015

The BPM Festival welcomes back Ellen Allien’s BPitch Control showcase with Camea, DJ QU, and Jesse Perez at La Santanera on January 9. Warm up for the fiesta with The BPM Festival Podcast 28 – Ellen Allien Podcast on Mixcloud here, featuring Ellen Allien’s own brand of “happy freaky electric tech-allien-acid-house.” Tickets for the showcase are available while supplies last here.


Ellen Allien is constantly exploring new aural worlds, most recently on her ‘Freak’ EP released in September (check out the track “Butterfly” here), with the “Butterfly” Remixes from Radioslave, LA Williams, Aux88 and a new track “Hope” due out in 2015. Ellen Allien is also giving fans the opportunity to remix “Butterfly,” with the winning tracks to be rocked on dancefloors worldwide during her sets, and the top three winners scoring a one-year LANDR Pro unlimited account and prizes from Native Instruments — see details here!

The BPM Festival Podcast 28 - Ellen Allien by The Bpm Festival on Mixcloud

Wherever you find Ellen Allien, you find movement. Born in Berlin, living and working in Berlin and Ibiza, one of the planet’s most dynamic party scenes, her artistic home stands for one thing above all: freedom, in every aspect. DJ, musician, label manager, t-shirt designer and creative all-rounder – Ellen Allien has carved out her own space in all these roles, creating a unique universe.


Since 1999 she has managed the label BPitch Control in Berlin, as well as the t-shirt range ellen allien. As a DJ she rocks clubs and festivals all around the world. She is a resident at DC10 in Ibiza, Nitsa in Barcelona and Robert Johnson in Offenbach, as well as at major festivals such as Melt in Germany and Name in France, and tours worldwide with BPitch Control events. Her productions have even been performed at temples of modern art such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris.


Most importantly she shares her enthusiasm with others: her creative base and label BPitch Control, her fellow musicians and of course her audience. For a long time now, Ellen Allien has been regarded as a fixed star in the electronic music galaxy. She is an extraordinary creature, a one-of-a-kind artist without whom Berlin’s vibrant electronic club landscape wouldn’t be the same. Fortunately someone thought of a suitably extraterrestrial name for her right at the start of her career: Allien. No name will ever suit her better. Ellen Allien will also be performing at The BPM Festival Circoloco showcase at Mamitas on January 16.


The BPM Festival: BPitch Control Showcase
Friday, January 9, 2015
Ellen Allien
Jesse Perez
La Santanera
10th Street & 10th Avenue
Tickets available at

Bleep × XLR8R: 100 Tracks Mix Competition


To celebrate this year’s 100 Tracks Bleep have teamed up with XLR8R to find out your what your favourite tracks from the year are.

Now in its 6th annual instalment, Bleep’s The Top 100 Tracks of 2014 is the definitive guide to the best music of the year available as a high quality download, an ideal gift or for your own listening pleasure.

Submit a mix of your favourite tracks from 2014 for the chance to win prizes listed below.

How to enter:

  • Record a mix of your favourite tracks from 2014, regardless of style or genre here
  • Title the mix “Title the mix: “Bleep x XLR8R 100 Tracks Mix Competition: [Your Name]”
  • Tag the mix: “Bleep x XLR8R 100 Tracks Mix Competition“. If you fail to tag the mix correctly, your entry may be missed.
  • Add the full track listing in the typical Mixcloud format: Track Number – Artist – Track Title.
  • Use the cover art provided here. If you fail to use this cover art, your entry may be missed.


Your mix will be included in the Bleep podcast series and you will also receive:

  • AIAIAI TMA-1 DJ Headphones
  • 100 Tracks Gift Card
  • Mixcloud Pro Account for life
  • Warp + Bleep Merch
  • Technology Will Save Us Kit
  • White labels from Ninja Tune + more TBA
  • Test Pressings from Night Slugs + more TBA
  • The forthcoming Nozinja x Tessela 12″ on Bleep
  • All Saints + InFiné Vinyl
  • Bundle of stickers, merchandise, vinyl and CDs from the artists and labels included in The Top 100 Tracks of 2014

For more info go here.

Early Christmas presents from Standard Hotels: DJ sets from Blond:Ish, Clarian, and Seth Troxler

Good news: Christmas came early this year! And we got you sounds: Standard Sounds, that is.

This past September, Standard Sounds & Emporio Armani Sounds teamed up on a special series of events at The Standard, High Line that brought together renowned talents and created magical musical conversations on the roof at Le Bain. The results were equal parts inspiring and ecstatic.

And now, you can hear what we heard: Blond-ish, Clarian, and Seth Troxler’s sets are streaming now, exclusively on their Mixcloud channel. Enjoy.

SETH TROXLER - Standard Sounds X EA Sounds Vol. 3 by The Standard on Mixcloud

CLARIAN Live - Standard Sounds X EA Sounds Vol. 3 by The Standard on Mixcloud

BLOND:ISH - Standard Sounds X EA Sounds Vol. 2 by The Standard on Mixcloud

DJ Sneak’s “I’m A House Gangster” Showcase Returns to The BPM Festival 2015

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The BPM Festival is proud to present the newest instalment of its official podcast series featuring DJ Sneak’s “I’M A HOUSE GANGSTER LIVE,” showcasing three hours of his signature underground house.

DJ Sneak returns to The BPM Festival 2015 with his “I’m A House Gangster” showcase featuring DJ Heather, Doc Martin, Jesse Perez, Josh Wink, Mark Farina and Paolo Rocco at Mamita’s Beach Club on January 11, 2015. Tickets are available while supplies last at

The BPM Festival Podcast 25 – DJ Sneak – BPM Exclusive Mix by The Bpm Festival on Mixcloud


One of house music’s true pioneers, DJ Sneak has the passion and drive to keep house music alive. Self-proclaimed House Gangster, Sneak has helped shape the course of dance music since the early 90s; his early music influencing the likes of Daft Punk, Basement Jaxx and Armand Van Helden. His signature sounds – funky filtered disco-influenced house and tough, jacking beats – have revolutionized and redefined house music for well over 15 years.

Having begun his DJ’ing career in 1983, Sneak continues to be at the top of his game: non-stop beat bumpin’ sets are a one of a kind experience in the electronic music circuit, and a barrage of top quality releases over the last 20 years have culminated and just keep on coming. Meanwhile, “House Gangster” is a concept that was inspired from a hotline that in turn created a motive to inspire and increase followers specifically to house music, with “gangster” used in referenced to those who have that undying commitment and passion for house music, bottom line.

The BPM Festival: I’m A House Gangster
Sunday, January 11, 2015
DJ Sneak
DJ Heather
Doc Martin
Jesse Perez
Josh Wink
Mark Farina
Paolo Rocco
Mamita’s Beach Club
28th Street & The Beach
Tickets available at
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5 Years of Mixcloud


We’d like to take a moment and thank all of you without whom we wouldn’t be here: our small team hard at work every day and the incredible community that makes Mixcloud a family and a place for good music.

To celebrate, we put together this short timeline to showcase some of the most important moments since our launch:

As of now:

  • Over six million shows have now been uploaded by a 650,000 strong community of DJs, radio presenters and curators.
  • A record 200,000 were uploaded in the last month alone, and with each averaging 45 minutes
  • Nearly four hours of content is being added every minute to our massive catalogue of radio shows and DJ sets

It’s been an incredible 5 years, and we’re looking forward to the next 5!