La música house es espiritual: Inside 5 Mag #210

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🔴 Sacred rhythms: Levon Vincent, DJ Disciple, Gehno Aviance aka One A and more inside the new issue of 5 Mag, out now!

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🔴 CONTENT — INSIDE 5 MAG #210:

🔴Levon Vincent: Sacred Geometry. According to its creator the story behind Levon Vincent’s latest album, Sacred Geometry, is not complicated. “For me, 2023 is not about narratives,” he says. “Just tracks. I’m just making tunes for DJ.” 5 Mag spoke to Levon about the making of his latest record and all the rest.

🔴 Cover mix: One A. The version of this issue is the work of Gehno Aviance, a DJ and producer with deep roots in the US electronic music scene.

🔴 Remembering Teri Bristol. Every city should have their own Teri Bristol. Chicago was lucky and selfish because they kept her for us.

🔴 Breaking Bandcamp. The music industry is reeling after new ownership took over and fired 50% of the staff. A look inside three chaotic weeks that transformed the music’s most beloved platform into an empty shell.

🔴 The rhythm The scene The sound. Harold Heath on the inside look by DJ Disciple at “The rise, fall and rebirth of house music in New York City.”

🔴 Gehno Aviance / One A: Behind the rhythm. 5 Mag profiles Gehno Aviance, a Hispanic-Caribbean DJ and producer, witness and contributor and tireless stimulant of this scene (and several more) since he started spinning in 1992.

🔴 The Last Pirates. Other file sharing sites are shutting their lights off, but The Pirate Bay is celebrating 20 unlikely years of annoying the industry.

🔴The Great De-Mooging. The new owners outline their vision for Moog’s future as their founder rolls in his grave.

🔴 Another Ticketmaster competitor is on the ropes. Even with a 10 billion dollar parent company, See Tickets couldn’t compete against a monopoly.

🔴 One guy built his own LM-1 drum machine. Born out of love for the machine and the music created with it, Joe Britt’s Luma-1 will be produced in very limited copies to mirror the original magic box from Roger Linn.

🔴Introducing Beatport Studio. The retailer bundles sample and plugin services for producers from its growing corporate portfolio.

🔴 The least boring firmware update ever. Roland introduces a new instrument in the TR-8S and TR-6S software updates.

🔴Music Reviews #210. Home of in-depth reviews of modern dance music, featuring records by Fred P (Syncrophone), Black Sjuan (Fresh Meat Records), Pittsburgh Track Authority, Brandon Markell Holmes and Shawn Rudiman (Pittsburgh Tracks), Session Victim (Night Time Stories), Cody Currie (Lucas Records), Norm Talley and Delano Smith (Upstairs Asylum), KiNK and Perc (Hypercolor), Hollden, R 417, Yoikol and Empath (Kuiper Noise), Mudd (Claremont 56), Crooked Man, Mass Density Human, Staccatoman (Vice Citizens), Lea Lisa, Javonntte, Black Loops and Dan Only (Selections).

🔴In Rotation #210. New, old, deep, and upfront tracks we can’t get enough of from Malik Hendricks (The Djoon Experience), Kai Alce (Short Attention Records), Jorge C and Javonntte (Ojo de Apolo), Planet Detroit. (Nice’N’Ripe), Maxime Dangles (Salvavidas) and Leonard Part Sixx.

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