Tag Archives: Visionquest

Glastonbury reveals 2013 lineup
• Go behind the scenes on Justice‘s world tour
The Do LaB Presents the Magic of The Great Convergence; The Polish Ambassador, Papadosio, and Thriftworks in LA Tonight
Visionquest Thirteen hits the road
• Kompakt to release classical reworkings of Michael Mayer, Gui Boratto, and more

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Calvin Harris confirms new Las Vegas residency
• Nas to headline new dance area at Glastonbury Festival
Maceo Plex tapped for DJ-Kicks
Visionquest reveal world tour
Flume Announces National ‘Infinity Prism’ Tour (Australia)
Marquee Las Vegas This Weekend

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After successfully collaborating on Gerber’s acclaimed Fabric 64 compilation, Clarian North (1/2 of Footprintz) called upon the Israeli producer to join him on “Claire” — one of six tracks from his forthcoming Chemical Gardens EP out on Visionquest later this month. “Claire” illuminates the true emotion that can be found in good Deep/Tech House, taking the listener on a poignant journey throughout all seven minutes. A very fitting track for this lovers’ holiday…

• SPIN Magazine halts print publication
• Visionquest launch 13
Benoit and Sergio prepare Hot Creations EP
• Miami’s Mansion Nightclub apologizes for cutting DJ Shadow‘s set short
• Machinedrum: “There’s a lack of underground in the USA but I’m not giving up on it”

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Since it’s inception in 2010, Detroit label, Visionquest, has made waves throughout the underground dance community. Founded by the supergroup consisting of Seth Troxler (biggup on getting the #1 spot on the RA Poll today), Ryan Crosson, Lee Curtiss, and Shaun Reeves, the independent imprint has played home to EPs from some of the best names in Deep/Tech House including Benoit & Sergio, Guy Gerber, Tale of Us, and more, but last month saw the first album release as a collaboration between VQ’s Ryan Crosson and Cadenza‘s Cesar Merveille.

In my chat with Crosson about the DRM project, he talks about how the partnership came about, struggling through 27 versions of one song on the album, and how its good to be unrestrained in the studio… Continue Reading