Meda - Rescue Me (Johannes Heil Trueschool Rework) [Badam Music]
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IG: https://www.instagram.com/johannes_heil/Four Four Magazine --------------------------- FB: www.facebook.com/FOURFOURDANCE/ IG: www.instagram.com/fourfourmagazine/ Web: www.fourfourmag.com/Today we a premiere a remix from arguably one of the most influential techno producers of all time, the legendary Johannes Heil. The German producer is on remix duties for Meda, Heil puts his stomping dance floor ready stamp on ‘Rescue Me’.Since its 2018 inception, Parisian imprint Badam Music has served as an outlet for consistent quality music hosting artists such as Art Of Tones and Matthias Vogt with releases backed by Annie Mac, Jamie Jones, Honey Dijon, Alinka, Luciano, Mousse T and more .Now, techno-wizard Johannes Heil of Cocoon fame and Pooledmusic boss Ian Pooley arrive on the imprint to reinterpret two tracks from label favourite Meda on ‘Remixes From the Vault’.Johannes Heil needs very little introduction as one of the most important German techno producers off all time. Johannes’s early works have long since become part of the long term memory of Techno history and his currant music is constantly evolving and pushing new boundaries. Tracks such as ‘Paranoid Dancer’, ‘From Within’, ‘Exile 007 B2’ and many more have rocked dance floors for decades.Pounding drums and ravey stabs fuel Johannes Heil’s fibrous techno reshape of ‘Rescue Me’ as anthemic keys rain down on cavernous basslines. This is a dance floor ready bomb of the highest order.
Prof. Dr. Johannes Heil ist Professor für Sportmanagement, Studiendekan an der Macromedia in Stuttgart und ein riesen Podcastfan - drei gute Gründe also für ein Interview. Welche Funktion er als Studiendekan erfüllt, wie er es schafft, seine täglichen To-dos zu erledigen, wer dieses Jahr die Champions League gewinnt und welche Podcasts er empfehlen kann, erfahrt ihr in dieser Folge.
Johannes Heil doesn't fit in conventional patterns. His thoughtful character manifests itself in his music, every album is a reflection of his personality with musical experiences as diverse as Techno, Electro, Dub or Ambient. His tracks are ranging from pure dancability to complex musical journeys, dark and mysterious on one hand, but bright and full of life on the other.https://www.facebook.com/johannesheilofficial/ https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/johannesheil facebook.com/Slam.soma instagram.com/slam_djs twitter.com/slamdjs slam-djs.com Subscribe on Spotify: bit.ly/SlamRadioOnSpotifySubscribe on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/slam-radio/id584845850Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk For syndication or radio queries, email email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
TRACKLIST + INTERVIEW > inverted-audio.com/mix/johannes-heilJohannes Heil's 10th studio album 'The Black Light' is an album composed of 10 scenes consisting of hard-hitting techno. To celebrate the release of the album we caught up with Johannes to discuss the concept of the album and what he has lined up next.inverted-audio.com/artist/johannes-heil inverted-audio.com/label/exile
The fifth night at indigo brough with it a short sweet set of dark live electro from Johannes Heil from Kanzleramt Records in Frankfurt, who has worked with Dave Clarke, Sven Vath, and Legowelt. After starting real late, his live set was about 50 minutes that kept the house moving to his fat electro minimal funk traxx. Opening for Johannes was Fuchs, one of the owners of Dinamo FM. As always, he grooved the house (Ali Fuchs is one of the first DJs michael met when he came to istanbul, and also the promoter of the John Digweed show earlier in the year) with up to date trax that crossed genres and kept everyone dancing till the early morning hours. Ali was also the first local DJ to come up to the booth at the end of the night and thank us for the visuals. One of the nicest guys there are in the business. We have 2 and a half minutes of the gig with sound...the opening images from the set, which are a combination of original material Michael got from Johnny DeKam mixed with Todd's input of classic material from Oskar Fischinger.