Archive for October, 2009

BOO”JACK”A FINALLY MY MATES DBN ON # 1 OF THE GERMAN DANCE CHARTS!

Posted in Uncategorized on October 26, 2009 by djmarkbale

DBN ON TOP! “JACK IS BACK” on #1 @ DDC (German Dance Charts) – FINALLY! CONGRATS BOYS. IT WAS ABOUT TIME! VIDEO OUT NOW! …GO!

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OUT TODAY! NEW REMIX BY BALE & VOLTAIRE FOR DANIEL MAHUAD ON SILK DIGITAL!

Posted in Uncategorized on October 22, 2009 by djmarkbale

[silk018] cover 1000pxCHECK OUT OUR BALE & VOLTAIRE REMIX WE DID A LONG TIME AGO – RELEASED TODAY! BESIDES US, MONOJOKE DELIVERD A REMIX! OUT ON SILK DIGITAL RECORDS!

SUPPORTED BY THE LIKES OF:  SPIRITCHASER / DARIN EPSILON / SUZY SOLAR / JOHAN NILSSON SONIC UNION / DEZZA / AND MANY MORE!

BEATPORT

OUT NOW ON BEATPORT. SHORELINERS – SANDCASTLES (BALE & VOLTAIRE REMIX)

Posted in Uncategorized on October 9, 2009 by djmarkbale

OUT NOW @ BEATPORT! LINK TO BEATPORT

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This past summer, in honor of its first full year in existence, Mango Alley launched a special remix competition of its celebrated first release, Mango Pres. Shoreliners – “Sandcastles.” Numerous artists from around the globe submitted their unique interpretations, so the label was faced with the enormous challenge of picking just three winners, all of whom are featured in this collection. Bale & Voltaire are no strangers to the imprint. The dynamic German duo have captured the beachside essence of the original tune, if not the label in general, with a breezy, melodic progressive rendering. The second remix in the package comes from newcomer Oleg Izergin, whose “cafe” remix provides an even more chilled, downtempo vision. The track opens with the sounds of a gentle surf and the distant voices of a playful group of beachcombers. A familiarly “Balearic” rhythm section is gradually introduced, eventually developing into a quintessential end-of-summer house groove. Finally, Russian outfit “Teeth & Stuff” provide a much more aggressive remix. The “stormy” mood extends through the break, as the bass energy continues to crescendo and a newly added vintage trance synth rains down overhead.