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Balance Selections 042: Ramon Tapia

Whether you are after a rolling techno set or an ice-breaker house set, Ramon Tapia is your man...

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Balance Selections 041: Omid 16B

The term 'legend' can get watered down in today’s climate of click bait headlines, but in this case it is extremely justified. They don’t come more experienced in dance music than Omid Nourizadeh aka Omid 16B.

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Balance Selections 040: Blond:ish

The Canadian duo from Kompakt deliver 60 minutes of mystical groove...

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Review: Booka Shade – Galvany Street

Booka Shade collaborates with Archive singer Craig Walker on their new album, taking listeners on a journey to a new musical landscape...

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Balance Selections 039: Jeremy Olander

Sweden's Jeremy Olander delivers a fluid and progressive journey filled with unreleased original productions...

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Balance Selections 038: Emanuel Satie

The Berlin-based Emanuel Satie has crafted an immersive tech-house workout which rolls and rumbles in all the right spots...

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Balance Selections 037: Enrico Sangiuliano

Enrico Sangiuliano delivers a nuclear techno bomb in this no-holds barred mix...

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Balance Selections 034: Just Be

Just Be has created a bumping house mix where he’s managed to squeeze 18 tracks into this one-hour set...

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Balance Selections 033: La Fleur

Swedish-born, but Berlin-based, La Fleur has been making waves in the dance world for almost a decade now. She has taken some time out of her busy schedule to deliver an excellent Balance Selections podcast.

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Review: Vitalic – Voyager

Vitalic's latest album (four years since his last release – ‘Rave Age’) maintains this melding pot sensibility; and whilst ‘Rave Age’ was more of an ode to the golden age of techno and rave music, ‘Voyager’ seems a bit more refined...

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