|EPM Podcast #79 - Rebekah
||[Apr. 16th, 2016|04:35 pm]
Пополнение в моей техно коллекции. На этот раз никак не атмосферная, а наоборот, работа от Rebekah. Rebekah демонстрирует отличный, танцевальный материал. Настоящий бум, бум, бум)|
Following Ben Sims pres Ron Bacardi house party mix this time we find techno star, Rebekah taking the reins of the EPM Podcast. For the EPM mix Rebekah capture’s the raw energy from her recent Wildnoize set in Eindhoven as she brings the fire from artists as diverse as Jonas Kopp, Ansome, Paul Birken, Antigone through to Sawf and Kangding Ray to deliver the dancefloor business.
Rebekah’s emphasis will always be techno, having been inspired from her early teens by growing up in Birmingham and being exposed to Atomic Jam and House of God which held long standing parties within the city. Inspired by Dave Clarke, Derrick Carter, Richie Hawtin and Billy Nasty in those early days gave Rebekah a true insight to 90s techno with a good measure of jackin’ Chicago thrown in!
The past few years has seen the rapid rise of Rebekah’s profile by showcasing her own style of modern techno, which has been accepted by her peers as well as techno fans around the world. This reflection of the studio work and passion fueled sets has lead to a busy schedule of gigs. Playing at established venues, parties and festivals such as Berghain, Tresor, Cocorico, Fabric, Awakenings, Tomorrowland, Studio 80 to name a few.
Previously part of the CLR family, Rebekah has steadily grown in stature, culminating in her dropping the superb Distant EP featuring remixes from Sterac for Chris Liebing’s imprint. Now armed with a full release schedule and a packed tour diary, the future is definitely bright for this lady of Techno. Having recently released her ‘Confined Heart’ EP on Soma, plus the ‘Beginnings EP’ for Decoy, and with a remix of Cindy for Vent plus an original track for Sleaze forthcoming and an album in the pipeline, 2016 is looking bright for the Birmingham native. Anyone that has seen her play out live knows first hand that there are no gimmicks or clichés about this Producer/DJ, just unadulterated raw talent and a passion for the music she plays and creates. You can catch that devotion in the heart of the new EPM Podcast and also at Claydrum presents Driehoek on 26 March where Rebekah plays alongside Pfirter and Trish van Eynde.