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Revolucion Records Podcast 016 // JUAN ARCHILA and MARK ELLISON
May 24, 2013 01:06 PM PDT
150 minutes of quality underground tech house beats brought to you direct from the Revolucion HQ featuring mixes from monthly host Mark Ellison and exclusive guest mixes from artists on our roster. This month welcoming our recent signing from Miami Juan Archila to the show with a superb 60 minute mix of that deep underground house music which includes several of his own productions including a couple of tracks from his forthcoming Revolucion debut release "States Of Elements ep" which will be in stores later this summer, before Mark takes over on the decks for the final 90 minutes with his own blend of quality tech house beats.
REVOLUCION RECORDS Podcast
part one: JUAN ARCHILA
part two: MARK ELLISON
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REVOLUCION RECORDS : BIOGRAPHY
It now seems such a long time ago since their debut release "Pain Killing Pills" by Malta based Dj/Producer Malcolm Abdilla first brought Revolucion Records to everyone`s attention back in the summer of 2007.
Now well into their third year all their hard work and long hours in the office certainly seem to be paying dividends with their success not only measured by their ever expanding back catalogue of quality music which now boasts a new release every 2/3 weeks, but also by the overwhelming support their music has received from a whole host of leading Dj's such as Roger Sanchez, Ricky Ryan, Simon & Shaker, Ricky Stone, Thomas Gold, Disciples Of Sound, Fergie and Eric Entrena amongst others.
While mostly concentrating on showcasing the many varied sounds of their hand picked team of highly talented young producers from their own artist rosta they do occasionally work alongside more established names within the industry, but its their fine choice of artists that really defines that undergound sound that Revolucion have become known for. A team assembled from as far afield as South America, the US, Europe and the Uk, each one known for pushing forward new ideas with their music, costantly looking to break to down some of the barriers that exist within the underground music scene today...
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