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22. 102 Chillax - Farruko Ft. Ky Mani Marley (Makz Ft. Roland) +Acapella [By. Martin'z · Piura(2k16)]

102 Chillax - Farruko Ft.  Ky Mani Marley (Makz Ft. Roland) +Acapella [By. Martin'z · Piura(2k16)]

Mas Info: https://www.facebook.com/NimaGuerrero Mas Info: https://www.facebook.com/MartinMusicas

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23. tape op podcasts

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25. 01 - Andre Crom & Martin Dawson feat. Roland Clark - Back to The Future - Exploited

01 - Andre Crom & Martin Dawson feat. Roland Clark - Back to The Future - Exploited

Andre Crom & Martin Dawson are back on Exploited. 3 Killercuts (including mixes by Beatport Top 10 Acts Flashmob & Monte) for the dancefloor. Featuring the almighty Roland Clark on vocals. Get it here: http://www.beatport.com/release/back-to-the-future-feat-roland-clark/952098 Early support from MACEO PLEX, HUXLEY, DJ SNEAK, SKREAM, DJ T, LUCIANO, RIVA STARR, JESSE ROSE, CLAUDE VON STROKE, LAURENT GARNIER, JEROME SYDENHAM, AUIOJACK, 2000 AND ONE, CHLOE, HOT SINCE 82, MUNK, TRICKSKI, ADANA TWINS, HOMEWORK, LARSE, THE GLIMMERS, DJUMA SOUNDSYSTEM, NTFO, DETROIT SWINDLE, BLACK VAN, ADRIATIQUE, LOVEBIRDS, ROUND TABLE KNIGHTS, AMINE EDGE, RUEDE HAGELSTEIN, CHAIM and many more. Selected Feedback by a variety of key-DJs: HUXLEY: Love the original mix! Good work. LAURENT GARNIER: Great House EP. Will play. SKREAM: The original is definitely gonna get played! Love it! Monte remix is slick as fuck too! CHLOE: Nice house! DJ SNEAK: Dope! TRICKSKI: Superb package once again. Exploited just knows how to cross between pop and underground without geting cheesy! Dope release! DYED SOUNDOROM: Awesome ep! Love the Flashmob Remix. Original is also good. KIKI: Dope shit! 2000 AND One: "Nice organ stabs!" HOT SINCE 82: Flashmob mix for me guys. Wicked stuff. THE GLIMMERS: Monte Remix is the one for us! ADANA TWINS: Like the whole release and loooovee the MONTE RMX - Banger! ADRIATIQUE: Dope EP. Will try them all! CHRISTIAN MARTIN: Monte Remix is doooope! ROUND TABLE KNIGHTS: Wow. Again a super strong release on Exploited! Love the original and the 2 remixes! BLACK VAN: Excellent Monte Remix. Works for Black Van. MUNK: Original is my fav! WAIFFS&STRAYS: Hard to pick a favourite here...all tracks are great. Will be playing them all! LOVEBIRDS: "Nice 90ies tune. Will try!" BROTHERS VIBE: "Strong Flashmob mix!" HOMEWORK: Been banging out the Flashmob remix for a while now. But all cuts on here are spot on and in our bag. CLAPTONE: Monte Remix is funkeeeyy and Flashmob Remix is dope! DOCTOR DRU: Yes! Great! Already playing Monte remix up&down. Solid original, too. Full support from Dru. DJUMA SOUNDSYSTEM: All mixes are really cool! Thanks! ACID PAULI: We met at a little circus. But after we were dancing all night long she had to go back to the future. I miss her. DETROIT SWINDLE: Solid EP. Flashmob remix fav, but only by an inch... DIRT CREW: Great package! SINDEN: OG is a joint ! Monte remix too NTFO: Holly shit! Super strong package! Flashmob dancefloor banger. Monte as always super good! But the original has the groove baby. BUBBA: Cool package!!! Monte remix kickng it for me!!! SASSE: Great song and great remixes - full support ! DJ FEADZ: The vocal is amazing. Big up guys. RUEDE HAGELSTEIN: So much fatness in here!! Dropping the Monte remix and the Original. TIGER STRIPES: "Hot! Will spin." JAMES TALK: "WICKED FLASHMOB REMIX!" KAISERDISCO: Very nice release! Will play for sure! Thanks! ALEX BARCK: You keep it coming and I keep playing it ! KASPER BJOERKE: Yeah! Monte Remix is fab!!! JACQUES RENAULT: Exploited= tuff to miss. Once again another solid release. and I'm pretty iffy when it comes to spoken word in 'house'. WILD KATS: Original and Monte remix are dope! CHRIS JAMES: Love It. Been Playing Flashmob Mix. Works A Treat. Monte Synths Are Unreal x Best Artists For That Analog Sound In My Opinion. COCOLORES: MONTE REMIX IS KILLLLLER !!! FUNKY FRESH + DANCY... WE LOVE IT !!!

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29. 4) Andre Crom & Martin Dawson - Back To The Future feat. Roland Clark (Flashmob Remix)

4) Andre Crom & Martin Dawson - Back To The Future feat. Roland Clark (Flashmob Remix)

Renaissance warmly welcome a true master, François Kevorkian aka François K, to ‘The Masters Series’. Regarded as one of the forefathers of house music, his career started in seminal clubs such as the Paradise Garage and Studio 54 before developing into a remixer (Prelude Records), producer and record label owner (Wave Music). However, DJing is François K’s first love and this ‘Masters Series’ brings together the many styles and genres of club music he represents over two perfectly mixed discs. “Over the years, my approach in putting together a DJ-mixed compilation has been to use it as a way to share and express where my head lies musically. Instinctively feeling that this would be giving the listener an intimate look at what has me truly excited at that particular moment, but also with a view to create something that can be appreciated for a long time. As I often do, and rather than trying to remain monochromatically fixed on one specific genre, the aim here has been to take the listener through a condensed version of the same kind of musical journey that I naturally go on when playing an extended all-night set at a club. Most of the songs I have selected here are ones that I have been steadily playing and getting good reaction on, which gives me confidence that they will stand up to repeated listening. As well, a select few of them have not been heard anywhere else yet and are exclusive to this package. I came to fall in love with a number of these when first hearing them played by some of my uniquely talented fellow DJs; others came as recommendations from friends who work at record stores, all of whom I have to thank for the inspiration and kindness. Such is the power of today's electronic music: constantly evolving, recombining into new forms, then being shared and celebrated on dance floors across the entire planet. I hope that you enjoy this musical trip as much as I did while creating it.” - François K. New York City, March 2013 The first mix moves effortlessly from soulful Berlin production/DJ outfit Jazzanova to deeper dub-inflected sounds by Anton Kubikov via no-nonsense house and into dubstep escapism by A Made Up Sound, Objekt, Blawan and (an as yet unreleased track by) Scuba. The second mix dives deeper into classic house vibes before exploding with percussive techno and deep, punishing 4/4 featuring tracks from Luca Bacchetti, Delano Smith, Adam Beyer & Alan Fitzpatrick. It closes in blissful Balearic style with Chronophone’s ‘Eiffel Love’. The mix also includes two new, exclusive tracks by Mr Kevorkian himself: ‘Mystic Lady’ and ‘Dark Magic’. François K’s career has spanned NYC clubbing history: from the seminal days of disco, playing with Larry Levan, house institution Body&SOUL and - having just celebrated its 10th anniversary in March - his weekly Monday night Deep Space NYC. It’s extremely eclectic format ranges from spaced-out techno to the deepest reggae, dubstep, hip-hop as well as drum & bass, house music and disco. In 2005, he was inducted into the Dance Music Hall of Fame as both a remixer and DJ. Kevorkian now tours the world, taking part in many music gatherings, such as the Sónar, Global Gathering, Exit Festival, Bestival and Electric Picnic. With over 35 years experience of creating magic on the dancefloor to draw on, François captures his most recent flavours of inspirational club music in Renaissance’s latest edition in ‘The Master’s Series’.

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30. Podcasts

Podcasts

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32. Martin Luther King: De man, de moord, de erfenis

Martin Luther King: De man, de moord, de erfenis

"Het eindigt abrupt met een schot in zijn hoofd. Het is 4 april 1968." - Volgende woensdag 4 april is het 50 jaar geleden dat de zwarte dominee Martin Luther King werd vermoord in Memphis, Tennessee. King was één van de leiders van de Amerikaanse burgerrechtenbeweging. Onze correspondent Björn Soenens blikt terug.

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34. TV One's Roland Martin Keeps African American Community Informed

  • Published: 2014-06-09T00:46:19Z
  • By linwoods
TV One's Roland Martin Keeps African American Community Informed

Roland Martin, Host of TV One's multi-platform news program, NewsOne Now talks candidly with family entertainment reporter Lin. Woods about the lack of African American focused news programs, the news desert and what makes NewsOne Now different.

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35. Love Bade Me Welcome (Roland Martin)

Love Bade Me Welcome (Roland Martin)

A live recording of Roland Martin's "Love Bade Me Welcome", sung on Easter morning by the Cathedral Choir of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Detroit, Michigan. To learn more about music at the Cathedral, visit www.detroitcathedral.org

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36. Burrell Communication's Fay Ferguson on the Tom Joyner Morning Show

Burrell Communication's Fay Ferguson on the Tom Joyner Morning Show

Burrell Communication Group's Co-CEO Fay Ferguson was a guest on the Tom Joyner Morning Show where she was interviewed by CNN anchor and political commentator Roland Martin. She shared her insights into the importance of race, culture and identity from the perspective of the consumer.

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38. Pratyoush Onta ~ Some Aspects of Nepal Studies in the Current Moment of Academic Globalization

Pratyoush Onta ~ Some Aspects of Nepal Studies in the Current Moment of Academic Globalization

6 June 2017 (Sunday, 3 pm) Some Aspects of Nepal Studies in the Current Moment of Academic Globalization Pratyoush Onta, Martin Chautari .......... २१ जेठ २०७४ (आइतबार, दिउँसो ३ बजे) प्राज्ञिक भूमण्डलीकरणको वर्तमान अवस्थामा नेपाल अध्ययनका केही बान्कीहरू प्रत्यूष वन्त, मार्टिन चौतारी Details: http://www.martinchautari.org.np/

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39. Onlyyou Podcast 038/ Martin Anacker

Onlyyou Podcast 038/ Martin Anacker

MARTIN ANACKER... Mit einer ausgeprägten Leidenschaft für Musik, dem Rhythmus im Blut und einem Talent für das Organisieren verschiedenster Projekte, war dem aufmerksamen Beobachter eigentlich schon früh klar, wo die Reise bei Martin einmal hingehen musste. So wurden bereits im zarten Alter von 18 Jahren, mit großem Engagement und Interesse, die ersten privaten Technopartys organisiert, und wenige Jahre später die ersten Schallplatten aufgelegt. Zu dem wohl nennenswertesten Projekt aus dieser fruchtbaren Zeit voller Energie und Tatendrang mauserte sich schließlich das Tanz+Klangkombinat, welches im Jahre 2007 zusammen mit ein paar Freunden aus der Taufe gehoben wurde und dessen Organisation und Weiterentwicklung für Martin zur absoluten Herzensangelegenheit avancierte! Seitdem geht es mit dem mittlerweile diplomierten Berufsschullehrer aus Jena und seinem Kombinat eigentlich nur noch bergauf. Als DJ besuchte er neben der Muna in Bad Klosterlausnitz, der Distillery in Leipzig, dem Kassablanca in Jena oder dem SonneMondSterne – Festival in Saalburg, einige der bedeutendsten Veranstaltungsorte Mitteldeutschlands. Hinzu kommen mehr und mehr Auftritte außerhalb seiner Heimat, darunter regelmäßige Besuche in der Technostadt Berlin. Im Frühjahr 2009 landete Martin zudem beim Jenaer Label Freude am Tanzen, wo er ein fester Bestandteil der hauseigenen Bookingagentur wurde. Tracklist: Hunter/ Game - Ice - Innervisons Atequ - Sig - Giegling Silky Raven/ snad Met Ignatius Camilo & Deep Toddler - Siesta In Mehrauli - Liebe Detail &Me - After Dark - Keinemusik Rampa - Stare - Moon Harbour C.P.I. - Proseco (Barnt rmx) - Hivern Junior Boys - Like A Child (Carl Craig rmx) - Domino Records Talaboman - Sideral (Matt Karmil Rmx) - Studio Barnhus Lawrence - Blue Mountain Mule Musiq Atequ - Tempr - Giegling Martin Anacker on Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/martin-anacker Booking: [email protected] Web: www.tanzundklangkombinat.de/?page_id=12

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