Live continuous mix of Ibiza classics from 1990 to 2023. Volume 1. Watch full mix on Youtube or listen on Spotify
Dive into the golden era of Ibiza with this one-hour mix of classic anthems that defined a generation of clubbers mixed by Ibiza legend Simon Field. Whether you experienced the magic of Ibiza firsthand or are discovering these tracks for the first time, this mix promises to transport you to the sun-soaked beaches, legendary clubs, and unforgettable sunsets of the White Isle. Relive the memories or make new ones, and let the iconic sounds of Ibiza take you on a journey. 🎶🌅
Storm Queen – Look Right Through (MK Vocal Extended) That’s The Way_(Original Mix) Kiesza – Hideaway [Gorgon City Remix] [SM] Kideko – The Jam Erick Morillo, Eddie Thoneick – Live Your Life feat. Shawnee Taylor (Original Mix) Otto Knows – Million Voices The Shapeshifters – Lola’s Theme (VIP) Technotronic – Pump up the Jam (Nightfunk Remix) Artful Dodger – Moving Too Fast Majestic, Boney M. – Rasputin (Extended Mix) Raye, Jax Jones – You Don’t Know Me (Original Mix) Lokee – The Power Nora En Pure – Come With Me
Simon Field releases Handle That (Drip, Drip, Drip) ft Ragdoll on Perfect Havoc Oct 13. 2023. Simon Field is back on Perfect Haoc, this time with a bass heavy banger with spoken word topline by newcomer Ragdoll.
Announcing the release of the very first Simon Field album “Need No Music” on Basement records August 25th.
The album will contain about 20 tracks, all written and produced by Simon Field. 2 collabs already revealed Blichfeldt and Monojack. Watch this space for more info soon.
“We are thrilled to announce the upcoming release of Simon Field’s highly anticipated debut album “Need No Music” on August 25th, 2023. The talented artist has been working tirelessly on this project and we are confident that it will exceed all expectations. Stay tuned for a journey through Field’s signature blend of house music, which promises to be a mesmerizing experience for all music lovers. Don’t miss out on the release of “Need No Music” this summer! “
Oslo, the capital of Norway, is known for its stunning architecture, beautiful fjords, and a vibrant cultural scene. However, the city also has a unique underground house scene that is gaining popularity. In recent years, a growing number of underground house music events have been popping up in various locations across the city, attracting a diverse crowd of music lovers.
One of the reasons for the popularity of underground house in Oslo is the city’s rich musical heritage. Oslo has a long-standing tradition of electronic music, with artists such as Lindstrøm, Finnebassen, Ost & Kjex and Todd Terje paving the way for the genre in Norway. The city’s vibrant nightlife also provides the perfect setting for underground house events, with numerous clubs and bars offering a platform for both established and upcoming DJs.
One of the most significant players in the Oslo underground house scene is the club JÆGER. Situated in the city center, Jaeger has been at the forefront of electronic music in Oslo for over a decade, hosting regular events featuring some of the best local and international DJs. The club has a reputation for its excellent sound system and intimate atmosphere, making it a favorite among club-goers. Among the resident DJs at Jæger you´ll find: Ole HK, G-Ha, Olefonken, Prins Thomas, Vinnie Villbass and Charlotte Bendiks.
Another venue that has been instrumental in promoting underground house in Oslo is The Villa. Located near the fashionable Grünerløkka district, The Villa is known for its cutting-edge music programming and rough underground interior. The club has hosted some of the most significant names in underground house, including Dixon, Âme, and Tale of Us, cementing its reputation as one of Oslo’s premier electronic music destinations. Among the resident DJs at at the decks at THE VILLA you´ll find: Julie Reistad, Monojack, Ost & Kjex, Nils Noa og Normann.
Skaugum is another venue that has made a significant contribution to Oslo’s underground house scene. Located in the trendy neighborhood of Sollie Plass and the Royal Palace, Skaugum has become a favorite among the city’s partygoers thanks to its unique setting and excellent music programming. The venue, which is housed in a converted train station, boasts a large dance floor, top-of-the-line sound system, and an outdoor terrace. Skaugum also has a great list of names from the underground scene, including Amelie Lens, Solomun, and Nina Kraviz, cementing its position as a must-visit destination for electronic music fans in Oslo. Events to look out for at Skaugum are clearly the Skaugum Express – deep house Wednesday normally packed! Among the resident DJs at SKAUGUM you´ll find: Blichfeldt, Eyvind Alnæs
Apart from these established clubs, Oslo’s underground house scene is also fuelled by a growing number of pop-up events and parties. These events, often held in unconventional spaces such as warehouses, art galleries, and abandoned buildings, provide a unique setting for underground house music and attract a diverse crowd of music enthusiasts. They offer a more intimate and immersive experience, with DJs and party goers alike united by a shared love of house music. Events to look out for: Basement Sessions, Det Gode Selskab, Epiphany, Pils & Plater,Øya Natt
In recent years, the Oslo underground house scene has gained recognition beyond Norway’s borders, with international DJs and promoters taking notice of the city’s thriving electronic music scene. This has led to an increase in the number of international acts performing in Oslo, further fueling the growth of the scene.
The underground house scene in Oslo is thriving, thanks to a combination of the city’s musical heritage, vibrant nightlife, and innovative venues. The scene is continually evolving, with new clubs and events popping up regularly. Whether you’re a local or a visitor to the city, exploring Oslo’s underground house scene is a must for any electronic music lover.
LISTEN TO THE OSLO UNDERGROUND AT SPOTIFY
Oslo’s underground house scene is not only defined by its venues but also by its roster of talented artists. There are several local DJs who have been making waves in the city’s electronic music scene. Get a taste of some of them here:
“Bringing together like-minded DJs and music enthusiasts to celebrate the sound that inspired us all, I believe that music is more than just a commodity; it’s an experience that should be shared and enjoyed together. A space where artists can express themselves freely, and you can immerse yourself in the music without any distractions.” Simon Field
Read the full interview from the chat I had with Soundrive not long ago from my collaboration with Jame Hurr and Georgia Meek on Vibe Like That to my vision for Basement.