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1st Place winner from Russia

Categories: Industry news
7 February 2012

Pasha NoFrost (Soul Cola) I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate my friend, Russian DJ, producer and part of Soul Cola team, Pasha NoFrost with winning the 1st place in the Soulfuric Back Together Remix Competition help recently on Traxsource! This is really a big one for Pasha and for Russia :) and we’re all happy in here.

His Pasha NoFrost Spacy Remix is now released on Soulfuric as part of 27-tracks Back Together (The Re-Master Collection) along with other winners and number of official remixes. Pasha also delivered his Top 10 favorites in February 2012 chart. Check that out.

ADE 2011, day three

Categories: Industry news
5 November 2011

Amsterdam Dance Event 2011 Cont’d (see also: first, second). Lastly, the third day (ok, night) at ADE 2011 I was fully committed to the Purple Music Night, though there also was Soul Heaven event featuring Kenny Dope and Joey Negro (whom we wouldn’t mind to listen to). Anyway, Amsterdam’s Supperclub hosts Jamie Lewis’ friends for a number of years, on Fridays. There was a queue at the entrance even on 11pm, with a familiar producers’ faces. The cause was probably the large guestlist (incl. our names), and it obviously took a time to look up a name. read more »

ADE 2011, day two

Categories: Industry news
1 November 2011

Amsterdam Dance Event 2011 Cont’d (day 1). On my second day of ADE 2011 I only attended Sensative Soul invites Duffnote pre-party in the same Blinq. I joined our Russian crew in a restaurant upstairs earlier in the evening, and met a company of Richard Earnshaw and Natasha Watts at one of the tables nearby. In a meantime Mike Scot was opening the event with his set where soulful tunes were fused with a little funkier-techier stuff. Crowd at the bar started to fill up the space, we met Italian mafia (Souldynamic and Steven Stone) and a number of local producers. Lewis Ferrer recognised me after two years and I got his Stimulated Music CD (strong start for a label btw, gotta keep an eye on this one). read more »