Podcasts are plentiful. Speakbuis.nl, a media platform that allows users to choose their favourite podcasts each week, can help you navigate. Today: Jochem Hamerling’s top five podcasts.
Jochem Hamerling, music manager audio at JUKE DJ at SLAM!He has also released music on labels like Armada and Adesso as well as Mea Culpa Records, Manual Music, and Mea Culpa Records. He will be performing at three events of the Amsterdam Dance Event.
Joris Volorn is one of the most prominent dancers in the Netherlands for many years. He is the mighty gas holder on Saturday at ADE. He podcasts weekly does he play a lot of live setswhich he played recently. This series gives a great picture of the current international techno and house sound.
Surprise! this series from DekmantelThe bomb. From gritty house to obscure Drum ‘n Bass and Reggae SeventiesEverything passes with synthpop. This is dance music in its broadest meaning.
If it goes through or not, then what is permissible and what isn’t. ADE continued this year in a different form than it did last year, but no one knew that until a few weeks ago. How do organizers tackle this and what kind of sentiment are they generating? Atze de Vrieze and Niels Aalberts discuss it on the September 28 episode.
It’s kind of crazy to have a podcast. From myselfIt is recommended but I cannot ignore the numbers. We were nominated last year for a radio gold ring, which is a rare honor for a program that revolves entirely around music. In The Boom RoomWe play every genre of techno and house every week. Gijs Alkemade’s program is worth a look. His texts are also worth a look.
A DJ set that is good is a story. Someone can be a good DJ set. can tell beautiful stories is it Eelke Kleijn? His sets are full of gems that I play on my radio shows. You can dance on a floor or in a hammock with these cinematic grooves. Eelke performs the Saturday of ADE in the Mystic Garden Festival.