Jamaican house music duo, Echomatik’s new EP Hanover is out today exclusively on Beatport – grab a copy today and help them chart the lead track “Realise”. Click here to buy on Beatport: Beatport Echomatik gives you techno – funky, deep, dark, acid, melodic and minimal. Echomatik is Jeremy Harding and Christopher Edmonds.
Listen to the radio premiere of two brand new Echomatik tracks – “Realise” & “Stamma” – on London’s Flex FM on The London Techno show with Dj Ben Lauder. An unlikely sound from an unlikely duo from an unlikely place describes Echomatik. Echomatik gives you techno – funky, deep, dark,
Jamaica has no shortage of interesting musical efforts- starting with reggae but spanning the entire spectrum of conceivable (and beyond) genres. Echomatik is the latest project to emerge – the duo of Christopher Edmonds and Jeremy Harding – who together produce funkier techno and house. Resonation is their podcast/mix series,
Kingston’s hippiest DJ duo STEREO MASSIVE (Engineroom + Mister Harding) had the large Devon House Pub crowd up on their feet rocking to their house grooves last week Thursday. Hands were in the air, the room was dark, and dancing was the order of the evening.
House music lovers and dance floor fiends, be on your guard – Stereo Massive, Jamaica’s premiere house music production and dj duo, will be at your service this Thursday, May 19th 2011, at Nowhere at the Devon House Pub!
Video highlights from the Red Bull Music Academy Bass Camp (more here) – fabulous production for Red Bull by New Caribbean Cinema (Storm Saulter, Nile Saulter & Michelle Serieux).
Producer and manager Jeremy Harding, songwriter and producer Mikey Bennett and producer Sawandi Simon shared two days of musical knowledge with twenty-five aspiring musicians and music industry practitioners at the Red Bull Music Academy Bass Camp this past week.
Legendary Jamaican dancehall producer, manager, EMI-signed writer and musician Jeremy Harding has returned to the studio after a long hiatus, and the result is a quality release that will remind all of us of the potential of Jamaican music- no slackness, no almshouse, no guns or gangsterism, just party fun