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Electronic Musician

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Check out the Simmons Stryke6 iPad drum controller, with 6 velocity pads and 2 pedals: http://emusician.com/news/1340/simmons-introduces-stryke6-ipad-drum-controller/48394

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Power tips: Tempo mapping in @motutech Digital Performer http://emusician.com/recording/1344/tempo-mapping-in-digital-performer/48128 #proaudio

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The @AESorg program is online. Who's going? http://emusician.com/gear/1332/aes-technical-program-now-online/48237 #proaudio

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Kobakant - via Phantom Chips lots of great wearable tech / textiles crafts & electronics - projects + a knowledge base http://www.kobakant.at

KOBAKANTwww.kobakant.at

Thursday March 27th, 19:00 at Bubi in Kadiöy, Istanbul (an amberPlatform talk) Mika and Hannah have been collaborating together since 2006 under the name KOBAKANT. In their work they merge electronics and textiles in order to explore topics ranging from wearable technology to future craftsmanship. I…

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Frantic Sydney presents Paul Glazby @ EMotion
Saturday 15th November 2014
In our 13th year Frantic Sydney & The E-Motion Boat Party will play host to one of the absolute biggest names inthe Hard House scene.

Paul Glazby

The man behind Vicious Circle Recordings.

A name synonymous with the global Hard House scene.

A legend within the UK Hard House and NRG scene? Paul Glazby has headlined at numerous events across the entire globe. With Australia being one of his biggest fan bases.

It has been 2 years since Paul Glazby tore the roof off with his closing set at the Hard Dance Icons Tour in 2012.

The requests and demands for his return have not gone unheard.

A legend within the UK Hard House and NRG scene? One not to be missed.

TICKETS ON SALE MONDAY 4TH AUGUSTSTRICTLY LIMITED 500 CAPACITY

http://www.trybooking.com/97487

http://www.moshtix.com.au/v2/event/frantic-sydney-presents-paul-glazby-the-emotion-boat-party/72556

ADD : www.facebook.com/frantic.sydneyLIKE : www.facebook.com/pages/Frantic-Sydney-and-the-E-Motion-boat-party/20279769285FOLLOW : www.soundcloud.com/frantic-sydney

Supporting Paul Glazby are locals Steve Hill, Yoshi, Micky D, The Lab Rats and Cheesey Jim.

The middle level will be cranking once again with local talent featuring? Nathan Flexx, JTS, Yev, Cayza, RobbieMuir, Leon Allen.

For all things Tech House, Electro and funk head to Catch 23 on the top floor with your favourites Torbynik,
Raissa, Scruby and Aron Chiarella.

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FRANTIC UPLIFTING DANCE ROOM

Paul Glazby (UK)
Steve HillYoshiMicky DThe Lab RatsCheesey Jim

CATCH 23 FUNKY ELECTRO ROOMTorbynikRaissaScrubyAron Chiarella

MIDDLE LEVELNathan FlexxYevJTSCayzaRobbie MuirLeon Allen

?ADRENALIZE?
The official "EMotion" - Free After Party @ the Burdekin Oxford St5.30pm- 12am

Adrenalize Dj Line up (The Viper Room)...
ChrisCoMTPGeoff Atlas
Dj IkkiCyberCaustic

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This event is strictly limited to 500 tickets on sale Monday August 4 from our usual outlets, ticket sellers and from Flight Centre Manly.

Early Bird Tickets $35 + bf until sold outSecond release tickets $40 + bf until sold out$50 + bf thereafter


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BLUES FUNK N SOUL CONNECTION
Wednesday 30th July 2014
Floridita, 100 Wardour Street, London, W1F 0TN, United Kingdom
FREE entrance into Bar.
For dining contact Floridita on 0207 314 4000- Restaurant opens from 5:30pm!!!

Live music from 8pm.

Each week featuring an up and coming artist in the UK.

Miss Hoodoo and The Delta Boys

10pm - 12am

http://www.medusa-management.com/index.php/bands/item/2237-miss-hoodoo-the-delta-boys

From New Orleans to Nina Simone to Ray Charles and Etta James, their addictive blend of rare and well loved blues and soul gems. and some originals, Miss Hoodoo and the Delta Boys have already built up a reputation as one of the hottest new Soul and blues acts around. Originally formed by Chris Webster, Kiris Houston and Matheus Nova, the band features a big sound with full horn section and super-tight rythm section, featuring some of the hottest, most in demand musicians on the circuit.

Currently fronted by the stunning, mesmerising vocals of Bridgitte Amofah, their joint credentials, to name a few have seen them perform and record with such legends as Paul McCartney, Jimmy Page, Jocelyn Brown, Tom Jones, and most recently Bens?s Brother, Jamie Cullum, Joss Stone and up and coming artist Paloma Faith.

Category: Live Music

Time: 5:30pm to 2:00am

Artists: Miss Hoodoo and The Delta Boys

URLs:
Booking: http://atnd.it/12356-0Facebook: http://atnd.it/12356-1


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Saturday Sessions: Tommy Trash
Saturday 12th July 2014
Ministry of Sound, 103 Gaunt St, Elephant & Castle, London, SE1 6DP,UK
The headbanging Australian is back to rock The Box this July.
The Box:
Tommy TrashWill SparksPatrick HagenaarShane Patrick

URL:
Tickets: http://atnd.it/12264-0

Category: Nightlife


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Death Guild
2014-06-23
DNA lounge, 375 11th Street near Harrison in SoMa, San Francisco
DEATH GUILD

gothic. industrial. synthpop.
9:30pm - after hours.
18+ with ID.

$3 < 10pm;
$5 after.

http://www.deathguild.com/

Main Room:

Decay Joe Radio Melting Girl

Lounge:

Sage Lexor

Ticket giveaways to The March Violets show on Wed, June 25.

Death Guild is the oldest weekly goth/industrial dance night in the country, and the second oldest in the world! Every Monday, six DJs in two rooms play a mix of gothic, industrial, synthpop, noise, ambient, and weird stuff for those who love the darker side of things.

Join the Death Guild group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/deathguild/

Tickets:
VIP Upstairs: $340: https://www.dnalounge.com/order/?item=54290 VIP Downstairs: $415: https://www.dnalounge.com/order/?item=54291 VIP Double: $680: https://www.dnalounge.com/order/?item=54292

Watch and listen:
Death Guild: 2009 Trailer: http://youtu.be/c9L2pOVeLHo

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Tuesday, 1st April 2014
2014 BE FIT CHALLENGE: JOIN TODAY& & On April 1st, BeUNIK will re-launch the \\\"Be Fit\\\" campaign. We are challenging... http://t.co/SEAIbskAH5


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Book Slam
Sunday 27th July 2014
The Tabernacle, 34-35 Powis Square, London, W11 2AY, UK
It's summer, people. So, summer people should join us as the charcoal glows and we throw another chook on the barbie/ chair leg on the fire, depending on the weather (and your grasp of esoteric, pre-internet pop cultural references).

Guests include our new favourite novelist, KAMILA SHAMSIE, introducing us to our new favourite novel, 'A God In Every Stone'. NIKESH SHUKLA shows us that even old friends have the capacity to surprise with his truly remarkable new fiction, 'Meatspace'. We will also be joined by extremely talented VIV ALBERTINE, who will be reading from her memoir 'Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys.'

Come along. Even if the weather sucks, we won't be Angry Anderson.

Website: http://atnd.it/12198-0


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DORKBOT-SYD: JUNE 2013 : CAMPBELLTOWN ART CENTRE
WHEN: Thursday 20th June, 6-9PM
WHERE:
Campbelltown Art Centre, One Art Gallery Rd, Campbelltown www.campbelltownartscentre.com.au PH: 4645 4100
WHAT: People doing strange things with electricity
RSVP: Edwina.Hill@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au

We are super excited about our awesome excursion to Campbelltown Art Centre this month. In conjunction with the ISEA2013 exhibition Catching Light in which Campbelltown Arts Centre has brought together 5 creative innovators from the analogue and early digital eras to mentor, collaborate and exchange ideas with 5 ‘new generation’ artists from various disciplines – art, sound and performance – who have chosen these technologies as the most appropriate channel of enquiry for their current work, or have a practice reliant on engagement. The focus is on conversation, participation and interaction as a means of informing us, the audience, how we communicate, or respond to art. Collaborators include: Linda Dement & Kelly Doley, Tom Ellard & Paul Greedy, Troy Innocent & Benjamin Kolaitis, Stephen Jones & Pia van Gelder, Wade Marynowsky & Michael Candy (Many of whom have presented at Dorkbot before!!!).

This amazing show and Dorkbot, all in the same building on one day!!! What will happen???!!!

PRESENTERS

ROBO DOJO : CAMPBELLTOWN MAKERSPACERobo Dojo are a group of individuals that have teamed together to create, build and work on each others projects! Their projects are open to anything that your creative mind can imagine. They try to make things happen! Their team members have expertise in electronics, arts and craft, and woodwork. They are always keen to learn more skills.
Check Robo Dojo out on Facebook here



DAVID LYON : SOUND & LIGHTDavid is a Dorkbot Sydney officionardo who is also known for his WaterDuino project: an open source water injection for Arduino. This month he is going to present a project he has been working on which drives sound and light from a computer video port!



YOU : SHOW & TELLAs per usual, we have an open slot at the end of every Dorkbot for anyone to present something. Bring something along you have made and show us!!! Could be anything! Could be broken, or unfinished or even just an idea or theory.


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2 years ago
Making a Single-Tab Peripheral Board
The first step to making a peripheral board is to take some standard 2.54mm prototyping board, and cut out the board with a cutting tool.

We’re making a Single-Tab board in this case.


Using a Template to cut the board

Once the board is cut, we add 2.54mm connectors to the bottom of the pcb and then solder them on. They need to be soldered to the bottom, not the top as the circuitry mostly sits hidden on the bottom side of the board.


Adding the connectors

After the connectors are added, two for power, two for input/output, all you need to do next is to add the rest of your circuit. That’s done by dropping the components onto the board and soldering them on the bottom as you would normally do.


Add your circuitry

This particular circuit ended up being an InfraRed receiver made with a cheap IR-Receiver sensor that I picked up when an electronics store was having a sale.

Using this process, it’s possible to make up circuits for pretty much any part you can find. If the part is too big, then you can use a double-tab board which is twice the size and gives more space.


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Omen
Nennat Omen
, Wed 20 Aug 2014 @ 12:00 http://www.nennatomen.com/ #gigs
Nennat Omen



Nennat Omen’s beginnings in his DJ-ing career start in 2003, with his first resident DJ parties. First, he shows off his skills at playing electro and acid house in Trac Café. After the great success of his parties, other clubs come in line for him. Scream Club, Square Pub, Logo Café, Fashion Café, Ice Café, Club Ice and Angels Café are those places and here, Nenad’s DJ-ing skills come to light and the audience gets to hear him playing.
In the beginning, Nennat Omen plays on CD, but from 2008, Nennat Omen decides it’s time to go old school with vinyl and timecode vinyl. From acid house and electro, Nennat Omen continues to progressive and electro house. As the years went by, his sets became more minimalistic and represent a mixture of minimal, techno minimal, deep and tech. His sets sound unique every time he plays, because he loves to experiment with samples, live editing and one of a kind effects from programs like Traktor Pro and Ableton live.
Besides being a DJ, Nennat Omen has been involved in various music projects. His first collaboration is with Dalibor Dadoff for the radio show “Night Vibes” which aired on “Street FM” back in 2005. During this partnership, Dalibor transfers his passion for playing on turntables to Nennat Omen. After “Street FM”, the radio show “Night Vibes” continues on local radios “UGD FM” and “Angels FM”. At the time, “Night Vibes” is the only radio show that goes live both in audio and in video format, something that is new for the audience not only in Stip, but in the whole country. Since then, “Night Vibes” has remained the synonym of a cult show that urban people enjoy listening. Many Macedonian DJs have been guests in the radio show, but a lot of foreign DJs have also showed what they know best. They were coming to play live sets from the studio.
Aside from Stip, Nennat Omen\ has been guest DJ in clubs and part of many music festivals like GreenFest, VelikDance, 5th Dimension, KaleFest etc. which are in some of the largest cities. The highlights of his whole career are the gigs in Chicago and New York, US (2012) and thanks to the success of his gigs in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) he has booked gigs for 2014 in various cities in Serbia.
He has shared the DJ Booth with a lot of local and worldwide famous DJs like Tomcraft, Marko Nastic, Mladen Tomic, Saso Recyd, Gramophonedzie ,Milos Vujovic, Vladimir Acic, Loco Baby, Lady Dee, Kerkez, Dadoff, Flooder, Nikifor etc.


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4 weeks ago
Looking for #RaspberryPi B+? We have them in stock and ready to ship!

MCM Electronics | Raspberry Pi at MCM Electronics

Working in partnership with our sister company element14, we’re delighted to say Raspberry Pi units are now available right here at MCM.


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No justification for society-wide mandatory data retention scheme
EFA is alarmed that Cabinet’s National Security Committee has signed off on the fast-track implementation of a mandatory data retention scheme, apparently citing the ‘rising threat of home grown terrorism’.

The Daily Telegraph reports [paywalled]that the government is believed to be seeking “an interim data retention measure…to be introduced as early as September to meet what spy agencies claim is an immediate need in the face of heightened fears of potential terrorist attacks on Australian soil”.

There is however absolutely no basis whatsoever on which these potential threats can be used to justify a mandatory, society-wide data retention scheme.

ASIO and the Federal Police already possess broad powers to issue data preservation notices to ensure that communications data (metadata) relating to persons of interest is retained. It is likely that such notices have already been issued in relation to those persons of interest that are of such current concern to the government.

EFA is strongly opposed to the introduction of any mandatory, society-wide data retention scheme. Such a scheme would amount to a massive invasion of the privacy of all Australians, as well as undermining the presumption of innocence, treating everyone as potential suspects, rather than citizens.

As Bernard Keane points out [paywalled]in Crikey today, such a scheme also carries with it very serious threats to media freedom and to the ability of whistleblowers to highlight areas of government overreach.

A mandatory, society-wide data retention scheme would involve very significant technical challenges and security risks as well as substantial costs that will inevitably be passed on to consumers through higher internet access charges. The burden of implementing such a scheme would also result in diminished competition within the telecommunications sector as smaller providers will be less able to cope with the demands of complying with such a scheme.

Attorney-General Senator George Brandis has recently been quoted as saying that mandatory data retention is “very much the way in which western nations are going”.

The reality however, is quite the opposite.

The EU data retention regime was recently ruled as unconstitutional by the European Court of Justice (ECJ). The United States’ congress is also currently considering legislation (the USA Freedom Act) that would impose significant restrictions on the collection and retention of metadata US agencies. While it is true that the United Kingdom government is seeking to rush through data retention legislation, this is only happening because their current regime has been ruled illegal by the aforementioned ECJ decision.

Necessary and Proportionate
EFA is a signatory to the International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance, and believes these principles should be adhered to in relation to all mass surveillance activities.

These principles are available at: https://en.necessaryandproportionate.org/text
EFA calls on the government to resist the urge to act reflexively and with undue haste to implement any mandatory, untargeted data retention scheme, and to allow serious, unhurried, objective consideration of a properly detailed proposal.

As the Parliamentary Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) stated in its report abled in June 2013,

“If the Government is persuaded that a mandatory data retention regime should proceed, the Committee recommends that the Government publish an exposure draft of any legislation and refer it to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security for examination.”

It should be noted that Senator Brandis was a member of the Committee at the time this report was published.

EFA also calls on the opposition and other parties to strongly resist any moves by the government to subvert proper parliamentary process and oversight in relation to any mandatory data retention or other mass surveillance scheme.

Support our campaign
EFA is organising a range of activities and events to make our concerns heard. But we can’t do it without you – our members and supporters.

Together we can make sure we’re Citizens, Not Suspects.

Join EFA today and help amplify all of our voices against the Government's mandatory data retention scheme.

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Check out the Simmons Stryke6 iPad drum controller, with 6 velocity pads and 2 pedals: http://emusician.com/news/1340/simmons-introduces-stryke6-ipad-drum-controller/48394

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GigaTools

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1 month ago
Egbert is playing @ #Decadance #Gent #Belgium, Sat 13 Sep 2014 http://www.decadance.be/ #gigs

Decadance - Underground club in Belgium
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Uploaded "Mijk van Dijk DJ Mix July 2014" to http://www.Mixcloud.com/ http://www.mixcloud.com/mijkvandijk/mijk-van-dijk-dj-mix-july-2014/ listen now!

Mijk van Dijk DJ Mix July 2014

This is the DJ mix of music 4 the microglobe #16, the July 2014 edition as heard live on BLN.fm, cuebase-fm and XLTRAX on Thursday, July 17th. r
music 4 the microglobe is a one-hour-show featuring Mijk’s favourite music in a DJ mix. Deep House, Boogie, Tech House and Electronica are the sounds of Mijk’s musical microglobe. r
More info and playlists in the radio section of Mijk's website: r
http://microglobe.de/radio/m4tm/


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Mijk van Dijk

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1 month ago
Here's my DJ Mix for July 2014, just right in time.... Pfff....

Mijk van Dijk DJ Mix July 2014

This is the DJ mix of music 4 the microglobe #16, the July 2014 edition as heard live on BLN.fm, cuebase-fm and XLTRAX on Thursday, July 17th. r
music 4 the microglobe is a one-hour-show featuring Mijk’s favourite music in a DJ mix. Deep House, Boogie, Tech House and Electronica are the sounds of Mijk’s musical microglobe. r
More info and playlists in the radio section of Mijk's website: r
http://microglobe.de/radio/m4tm/


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Mijk van Dijk

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1 month ago
Here's my DJ Mix for July 2014, just right in time.... Pfff.......

Mijk van Dijk DJ Mix July 2014

This is the DJ mix of music 4 the microglobe #16, the July 2014 edition as heard live on BLN.fm, cuebase-fm and XLTRAX on Thursday, July 17th. r
music 4 the microglobe is a one-hour-show featuring Mijk’s favourite music in a DJ mix. Deep House, Boogie, Tech House and Electronica are the sounds of Mijk’s musical microglobe. r
More info and playlists in the radio section of Mijk's website: r
http://microglobe.de/radio/m4tm/


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Pitchfork

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3 weeks ago
Flaming Lips prog-inspired alter ego the Electric Würms' Musik, die Schwer zu Twerk, reviewed by @stuberman

Electric Würms: Musik, die Schwer zu Twerk

The Flaming Lips’ prog-inspired alter-ego act the Electric Würms promotes redoubtable multi-instrumentalist Steven Drozd to bandleader and reduces Wayne Coyne to background noisemaker. The Würms' six-song LP could easily be considered the (slightly) sunnier follow-up to the blood-red-skied electro-psych of 2013’s The Terror.


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GigaTools

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4 weeks ago
Nennat Omen is playing @ #No Name Beach #Ibiza #Spain, Fri 08 Aug 2014 @ 12:00 http://www.nennatomen.com/ #gigs

Nennat Omen

Nennat Omen’s beginnings in his DJ-ing career start in 2003, with his first resident DJ parties. First, he shows off his skills at playing electro and acid house in Trac Café. After the great success of his parties, other clubs come in line for him. Scream Club, Square Pub, Logo Café, Fashion Café, Ice Café, Club Ice and Angels Café are those places and here, Nenad’s DJ-ing skills come to light and the audience gets to hear him playing.
In the beginning, Nennat Omen plays on CD, but from 2008, Nennat Omen decides it’s time to go old school with vinyl and timecode vinyl. From acid house and electro, Nennat Omen continues to progressive and electro house. As the years went by, his sets became more minimalistic and represent a mixture of minimal, techno minimal, deep and tech. His sets sound unique every time he plays, because he loves to experiment with samples, live editing and one of a kind effects from programs like Traktor Pro and Ableton live.
Besides being a DJ, Nennat Omen has been involved in various music projects. His first collaboration is with Dalibor Dadoff for the radio show “Night Vibes” which aired on “Street FM” back in 2005. During this partnership, Dalibor transfers his passion for playing on turntables to Nennat Omen. After “Street FM”, the radio show “Night Vibes” continues on local radios “UGD FM” and “Angels FM”. At the time, “Night Vibes” is the only radio show that goes live both in audio and in video format, something that is new for the audience not only in Stip, but in the whole country. Since then, “Night Vibes” has remained the synonym of a cult show that urban people enjoy listening. Many Macedonian DJs have been guests in the radio show, but a lot of foreign DJs have also showed what they know best. They were coming to play live sets from the studio.
Aside from Stip, Nennat Omen\ has been guest DJ in clubs and part of many music festivals like GreenFest, VelikDance, 5th Dimension, KaleFest etc. which are in some of the largest cities. The highlights of his whole career are the gigs in Chicago and New York, US (2012) and thanks to the success of his gigs in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) he has booked gigs for 2014 in various cities in Serbia.
He has shared the DJ Booth with a lot of local and worldwide famous DJs like Tomcraft, Marko Nastic, Mladen Tomic, Saso Recyd, Gramophonedzie ,Milos Vujovic, Vladimir Acic, Loco Baby, Lady Dee, Kerkez, Dadoff, Flooder, Nikifor etc.


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Nennat Omen is playing @ #No Name Beach #Ibiza #Spain, Sun 10 Aug 2014 @ 12:00 http://www.nennatomen.com/ #gigs

Nennat Omen

Nennat Omen’s beginnings in his DJ-ing career start in 2003, with his first resident DJ parties. First, he shows off his skills at playing electro and acid house in Trac Café. After the great success of his parties, other clubs come in line for him. Scream Club, Square Pub, Logo Café, Fashion Café, Ice Café, Club Ice and Angels Café are those places and here, Nenad’s DJ-ing skills come to light and the audience gets to hear him playing.
In the beginning, Nennat Omen plays on CD, but from 2008, Nennat Omen decides it’s time to go old school with vinyl and timecode vinyl. From acid house and electro, Nennat Omen continues to progressive and electro house. As the years went by, his sets became more minimalistic and represent a mixture of minimal, techno minimal, deep and tech. His sets sound unique every time he plays, because he loves to experiment with samples, live editing and one of a kind effects from programs like Traktor Pro and Ableton live.
Besides being a DJ, Nennat Omen has been involved in various music projects. His first collaboration is with Dalibor Dadoff for the radio show “Night Vibes” which aired on “Street FM” back in 2005. During this partnership, Dalibor transfers his passion for playing on turntables to Nennat Omen. After “Street FM”, the radio show “Night Vibes” continues on local radios “UGD FM” and “Angels FM”. At the time, “Night Vibes” is the only radio show that goes live both in audio and in video format, something that is new for the audience not only in Stip, but in the whole country. Since then, “Night Vibes” has remained the synonym of a cult show that urban people enjoy listening. Many Macedonian DJs have been guests in the radio show, but a lot of foreign DJs have also showed what they know best. They were coming to play live sets from the studio.
Aside from Stip, Nennat Omen\ has been guest DJ in clubs and part of many music festivals like GreenFest, VelikDance, 5th Dimension, KaleFest etc. which are in some of the largest cities. The highlights of his whole career are the gigs in Chicago and New York, US (2012) and thanks to the success of his gigs in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) he has booked gigs for 2014 in various cities in Serbia.
He has shared the DJ Booth with a lot of local and worldwide famous DJs like Tomcraft, Marko Nastic, Mladen Tomic, Saso Recyd, Gramophonedzie ,Milos Vujovic, Vladimir Acic, Loco Baby, Lady Dee, Kerkez, Dadoff, Flooder, Nikifor etc.


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GigaTools

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4 weeks ago
Nennat Omen is playing @ #No Name Beach #Ibiza #Spain, Tue 12 Aug 2014 @ 12:00 http://www.nennatomen.com/ #gigs

Nennat Omen

Nennat Omen’s beginnings in his DJ-ing career start in 2003, with his first resident DJ parties. First, he shows off his skills at playing electro and acid house in Trac Café. After the great success of his parties, other clubs come in line for him. Scream Club, Square Pub, Logo Café, Fashion Café, Ice Café, Club Ice and Angels Café are those places and here, Nenad’s DJ-ing skills come to light and the audience gets to hear him playing.
In the beginning, Nennat Omen plays on CD, but from 2008, Nennat Omen decides it’s time to go old school with vinyl and timecode vinyl. From acid house and electro, Nennat Omen continues to progressive and electro house. As the years went by, his sets became more minimalistic and represent a mixture of minimal, techno minimal, deep and tech. His sets sound unique every time he plays, because he loves to experiment with samples, live editing and one of a kind effects from programs like Traktor Pro and Ableton live.
Besides being a DJ, Nennat Omen has been involved in various music projects. His first collaboration is with Dalibor Dadoff for the radio show “Night Vibes” which aired on “Street FM” back in 2005. During this partnership, Dalibor transfers his passion for playing on turntables to Nennat Omen. After “Street FM”, the radio show “Night Vibes” continues on local radios “UGD FM” and “Angels FM”. At the time, “Night Vibes” is the only radio show that goes live both in audio and in video format, something that is new for the audience not only in Stip, but in the whole country. Since then, “Night Vibes” has remained the synonym of a cult show that urban people enjoy listening. Many Macedonian DJs have been guests in the radio show, but a lot of foreign DJs have also showed what they know best. They were coming to play live sets from the studio.
Aside from Stip, Nennat Omen\ has been guest DJ in clubs and part of many music festivals like GreenFest, VelikDance, 5th Dimension, KaleFest etc. which are in some of the largest cities. The highlights of his whole career are the gigs in Chicago and New York, US (2012) and thanks to the success of his gigs in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) he has booked gigs for 2014 in various cities in Serbia.
He has shared the DJ Booth with a lot of local and worldwide famous DJs like Tomcraft, Marko Nastic, Mladen Tomic, Saso Recyd, Gramophonedzie ,Milos Vujovic, Vladimir Acic, Loco Baby, Lady Dee, Kerkez, Dadoff, Flooder, Nikifor etc.


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GigaTools

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4 weeks ago
Nennat Omen is playing @ #No Name Beach #Ibiza #Spain, Fri 15 Aug 2014 @ 12:00 http://www.nennatomen.com/ #gigs

Nennat Omen

Nennat Omen’s beginnings in his DJ-ing career start in 2003, with his first resident DJ parties. First, he shows off his skills at playing electro and acid house in Trac Café. After the great success of his parties, other clubs come in line for him. Scream Club, Square Pub, Logo Café, Fashion Café, Ice Café, Club Ice and Angels Café are those places and here, Nenad’s DJ-ing skills come to light and the audience gets to hear him playing.
In the beginning, Nennat Omen plays on CD, but from 2008, Nennat Omen decides it’s time to go old school with vinyl and timecode vinyl. From acid house and electro, Nennat Omen continues to progressive and electro house. As the years went by, his sets became more minimalistic and represent a mixture of minimal, techno minimal, deep and tech. His sets sound unique every time he plays, because he loves to experiment with samples, live editing and one of a kind effects from programs like Traktor Pro and Ableton live.
Besides being a DJ, Nennat Omen has been involved in various music projects. His first collaboration is with Dalibor Dadoff for the radio show “Night Vibes” which aired on “Street FM” back in 2005. During this partnership, Dalibor transfers his passion for playing on turntables to Nennat Omen. After “Street FM”, the radio show “Night Vibes” continues on local radios “UGD FM” and “Angels FM”. At the time, “Night Vibes” is the only radio show that goes live both in audio and in video format, something that is new for the audience not only in Stip, but in the whole country. Since then, “Night Vibes” has remained the synonym of a cult show that urban people enjoy listening. Many Macedonian DJs have been guests in the radio show, but a lot of foreign DJs have also showed what they know best. They were coming to play live sets from the studio.
Aside from Stip, Nennat Omen\ has been guest DJ in clubs and part of many music festivals like GreenFest, VelikDance, 5th Dimension, KaleFest etc. which are in some of the largest cities. The highlights of his whole career are the gigs in Chicago and New York, US (2012) and thanks to the success of his gigs in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) he has booked gigs for 2014 in various cities in Serbia.
He has shared the DJ Booth with a lot of local and worldwide famous DJs like Tomcraft, Marko Nastic, Mladen Tomic, Saso Recyd, Gramophonedzie ,Milos Vujovic, Vladimir Acic, Loco Baby, Lady Dee, Kerkez, Dadoff, Flooder, Nikifor etc.


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Nennat Omen is playing @ #No Name Beach #Ibiza #Spain, Sun 17 Aug 2014 @ 12:00 http://www.nennatomen.com/ #gigs

Nennat Omen

Nennat Omen’s beginnings in his DJ-ing career start in 2003, with his first resident DJ parties. First, he shows off his skills at playing electro and acid house in Trac Café. After the great success of his parties, other clubs come in line for him. Scream Club, Square Pub, Logo Café, Fashion Café, Ice Café, Club Ice and Angels Café are those places and here, Nenad’s DJ-ing skills come to light and the audience gets to hear him playing.
In the beginning, Nennat Omen plays on CD, but from 2008, Nennat Omen decides it’s time to go old school with vinyl and timecode vinyl. From acid house and electro, Nennat Omen continues to progressive and electro house. As the years went by, his sets became more minimalistic and represent a mixture of minimal, techno minimal, deep and tech. His sets sound unique every time he plays, because he loves to experiment with samples, live editing and one of a kind effects from programs like Traktor Pro and Ableton live.
Besides being a DJ, Nennat Omen has been involved in various music projects. His first collaboration is with Dalibor Dadoff for the radio show “Night Vibes” which aired on “Street FM” back in 2005. During this partnership, Dalibor transfers his passion for playing on turntables to Nennat Omen. After “Street FM”, the radio show “Night Vibes” continues on local radios “UGD FM” and “Angels FM”. At the time, “Night Vibes” is the only radio show that goes live both in audio and in video format, something that is new for the audience not only in Stip, but in the whole country. Since then, “Night Vibes” has remained the synonym of a cult show that urban people enjoy listening. Many Macedonian DJs have been guests in the radio show, but a lot of foreign DJs have also showed what they know best. They were coming to play live sets from the studio.
Aside from Stip, Nennat Omen\ has been guest DJ in clubs and part of many music festivals like GreenFest, VelikDance, 5th Dimension, KaleFest etc. which are in some of the largest cities. The highlights of his whole career are the gigs in Chicago and New York, US (2012) and thanks to the success of his gigs in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) he has booked gigs for 2014 in various cities in Serbia.
He has shared the DJ Booth with a lot of local and worldwide famous DJs like Tomcraft, Marko Nastic, Mladen Tomic, Saso Recyd, Gramophonedzie ,Milos Vujovic, Vladimir Acic, Loco Baby, Lady Dee, Kerkez, Dadoff, Flooder, Nikifor etc.


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GigaTools

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4 weeks ago
Nennat Omen is playing @ #No Name Beach #Ibiza #Spain, Tue 19 Aug 2014 @ 12:00 http://www.nennatomen.com/ #gigs

Nennat Omen

Nennat Omen’s beginnings in his DJ-ing career start in 2003, with his first resident DJ parties. First, he shows off his skills at playing electro and acid house in Trac Café. After the great success of his parties, other clubs come in line for him. Scream Club, Square Pub, Logo Café, Fashion Café, Ice Café, Club Ice and Angels Café are those places and here, Nenad’s DJ-ing skills come to light and the audience gets to hear him playing.
In the beginning, Nennat Omen plays on CD, but from 2008, Nennat Omen decides it’s time to go old school with vinyl and timecode vinyl. From acid house and electro, Nennat Omen continues to progressive and electro house. As the years went by, his sets became more minimalistic and represent a mixture of minimal, techno minimal, deep and tech. His sets sound unique every time he plays, because he loves to experiment with samples, live editing and one of a kind effects from programs like Traktor Pro and Ableton live.
Besides being a DJ, Nennat Omen has been involved in various music projects. His first collaboration is with Dalibor Dadoff for the radio show “Night Vibes” which aired on “Street FM” back in 2005. During this partnership, Dalibor transfers his passion for playing on turntables to Nennat Omen. After “Street FM”, the radio show “Night Vibes” continues on local radios “UGD FM” and “Angels FM”. At the time, “Night Vibes” is the only radio show that goes live both in audio and in video format, something that is new for the audience not only in Stip, but in the whole country. Since then, “Night Vibes” has remained the synonym of a cult show that urban people enjoy listening. Many Macedonian DJs have been guests in the radio show, but a lot of foreign DJs have also showed what they know best. They were coming to play live sets from the studio.
Aside from Stip, Nennat Omen\ has been guest DJ in clubs and part of many music festivals like GreenFest, VelikDance, 5th Dimension, KaleFest etc. which are in some of the largest cities. The highlights of his whole career are the gigs in Chicago and New York, US (2012) and thanks to the success of his gigs in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) he has booked gigs for 2014 in various cities in Serbia.
He has shared the DJ Booth with a lot of local and worldwide famous DJs like Tomcraft, Marko Nastic, Mladen Tomic, Saso Recyd, Gramophonedzie ,Milos Vujovic, Vladimir Acic, Loco Baby, Lady Dee, Kerkez, Dadoff, Flooder, Nikifor etc.


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Nennat Omen is playing @ #No Name Beach #Ibiza #Spain, Fri 22 Aug 2014 @ 12:00 http://www.nennatomen.com/ #gigs

Nennat Omen

Nennat Omen’s beginnings in his DJ-ing career start in 2003, with his first resident DJ parties. First, he shows off his skills at playing electro and acid house in Trac Café. After the great success of his parties, other clubs come in line for him. Scream Club, Square Pub, Logo Café, Fashion Café, Ice Café, Club Ice and Angels Café are those places and here, Nenad’s DJ-ing skills come to light and the audience gets to hear him playing.
In the beginning, Nennat Omen plays on CD, but from 2008, Nennat Omen decides it’s time to go old school with vinyl and timecode vinyl. From acid house and electro, Nennat Omen continues to progressive and electro house. As the years went by, his sets became more minimalistic and represent a mixture of minimal, techno minimal, deep and tech. His sets sound unique every time he plays, because he loves to experiment with samples, live editing and one of a kind effects from programs like Traktor Pro and Ableton live.
Besides being a DJ, Nennat Omen has been involved in various music projects. His first collaboration is with Dalibor Dadoff for the radio show “Night Vibes” which aired on “Street FM” back in 2005. During this partnership, Dalibor transfers his passion for playing on turntables to Nennat Omen. After “Street FM”, the radio show “Night Vibes” continues on local radios “UGD FM” and “Angels FM”. At the time, “Night Vibes” is the only radio show that goes live both in audio and in video format, something that is new for the audience not only in Stip, but in the whole country. Since then, “Night Vibes” has remained the synonym of a cult show that urban people enjoy listening. Many Macedonian DJs have been guests in the radio show, but a lot of foreign DJs have also showed what they know best. They were coming to play live sets from the studio.
Aside from Stip, Nennat Omen\ has been guest DJ in clubs and part of many music festivals like GreenFest, VelikDance, 5th Dimension, KaleFest etc. which are in some of the largest cities. The highlights of his whole career are the gigs in Chicago and New York, US (2012) and thanks to the success of his gigs in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) he has booked gigs for 2014 in various cities in Serbia.
He has shared the DJ Booth with a lot of local and worldwide famous DJs like Tomcraft, Marko Nastic, Mladen Tomic, Saso Recyd, Gramophonedzie ,Milos Vujovic, Vladimir Acic, Loco Baby, Lady Dee, Kerkez, Dadoff, Flooder, Nikifor etc.


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GigaTools

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4 weeks ago
Nennat Omen is playing @ #No Name Beach #Ibiza #Spain, Sun 24 Aug 2014 @ 12:00 http://www.nennatomen.com/ #gigs

Nennat Omen

Nennat Omen’s beginnings in his DJ-ing career start in 2003, with his first resident DJ parties. First, he shows off his skills at playing electro and acid house in Trac Café. After the great success of his parties, other clubs come in line for him. Scream Club, Square Pub, Logo Café, Fashion Café, Ice Café, Club Ice and Angels Café are those places and here, Nenad’s DJ-ing skills come to light and the audience gets to hear him playing.
In the beginning, Nennat Omen plays on CD, but from 2008, Nennat Omen decides it’s time to go old school with vinyl and timecode vinyl. From acid house and electro, Nennat Omen continues to progressive and electro house. As the years went by, his sets became more minimalistic and represent a mixture of minimal, techno minimal, deep and tech. His sets sound unique every time he plays, because he loves to experiment with samples, live editing and one of a kind effects from programs like Traktor Pro and Ableton live.
Besides being a DJ, Nennat Omen has been involved in various music projects. His first collaboration is with Dalibor Dadoff for the radio show “Night Vibes” which aired on “Street FM” back in 2005. During this partnership, Dalibor transfers his passion for playing on turntables to Nennat Omen. After “Street FM”, the radio show “Night Vibes” continues on local radios “UGD FM” and “Angels FM”. At the time, “Night Vibes” is the only radio show that goes live both in audio and in video format, something that is new for the audience not only in Stip, but in the whole country. Since then, “Night Vibes” has remained the synonym of a cult show that urban people enjoy listening. Many Macedonian DJs have been guests in the radio show, but a lot of foreign DJs have also showed what they know best. They were coming to play live sets from the studio.
Aside from Stip, Nennat Omen\ has been guest DJ in clubs and part of many music festivals like GreenFest, VelikDance, 5th Dimension, KaleFest etc. which are in some of the largest cities. The highlights of his whole career are the gigs in Chicago and New York, US (2012) and thanks to the success of his gigs in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) he has booked gigs for 2014 in various cities in Serbia.
He has shared the DJ Booth with a lot of local and worldwide famous DJs like Tomcraft, Marko Nastic, Mladen Tomic, Saso Recyd, Gramophonedzie ,Milos Vujovic, Vladimir Acic, Loco Baby, Lady Dee, Kerkez, Dadoff, Flooder, Nikifor etc.


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GigaTools

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4 weeks ago
Nennat Omen is playing @ #No Name Beach #Ibiza #Spain, Tue 26 Aug 2014 @ 12:00 http://www.nennatomen.com/ #gigs

Nennat Omen

Nennat Omen’s beginnings in his DJ-ing career start in 2003, with his first resident DJ parties. First, he shows off his skills at playing electro and acid house in Trac Café. After the great success of his parties, other clubs come in line for him. Scream Club, Square Pub, Logo Café, Fashion Café, Ice Café, Club Ice and Angels Café are those places and here, Nenad’s DJ-ing skills come to light and the audience gets to hear him playing.
In the beginning, Nennat Omen plays on CD, but from 2008, Nennat Omen decides it’s time to go old school with vinyl and timecode vinyl. From acid house and electro, Nennat Omen continues to progressive and electro house. As the years went by, his sets became more minimalistic and represent a mixture of minimal, techno minimal, deep and tech. His sets sound unique every time he plays, because he loves to experiment with samples, live editing and one of a kind effects from programs like Traktor Pro and Ableton live.
Besides being a DJ, Nennat Omen has been involved in various music projects. His first collaboration is with Dalibor Dadoff for the radio show “Night Vibes” which aired on “Street FM” back in 2005. During this partnership, Dalibor transfers his passion for playing on turntables to Nennat Omen. After “Street FM”, the radio show “Night Vibes” continues on local radios “UGD FM” and “Angels FM”. At the time, “Night Vibes” is the only radio show that goes live both in audio and in video format, something that is new for the audience not only in Stip, but in the whole country. Since then, “Night Vibes” has remained the synonym of a cult show that urban people enjoy listening. Many Macedonian DJs have been guests in the radio show, but a lot of foreign DJs have also showed what they know best. They were coming to play live sets from the studio.
Aside from Stip, Nennat Omen\ has been guest DJ in clubs and part of many music festivals like GreenFest, VelikDance, 5th Dimension, KaleFest etc. which are in some of the largest cities. The highlights of his whole career are the gigs in Chicago and New York, US (2012) and thanks to the success of his gigs in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) he has booked gigs for 2014 in various cities in Serbia.
He has shared the DJ Booth with a lot of local and worldwide famous DJs like Tomcraft, Marko Nastic, Mladen Tomic, Saso Recyd, Gramophonedzie ,Milos Vujovic, Vladimir Acic, Loco Baby, Lady Dee, Kerkez, Dadoff, Flooder, Nikifor etc.


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GigaTools

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4 weeks ago
Nennat Omen is playing @ #TBA #TBA #Macedonia, Thu 28 Aug 2014 @ 22:00 http://www.nennatomen.com/ #gigs

Nennat Omen

Nennat Omen’s beginnings in his DJ-ing career start in 2003, with his first resident DJ parties. First, he shows off his skills at playing electro and acid house in Trac Café. After the great success of his parties, other clubs come in line for him. Scream Club, Square Pub, Logo Café, Fashion Café, Ice Café, Club Ice and Angels Café are those places and here, Nenad’s DJ-ing skills come to light and the audience gets to hear him playing.
In the beginning, Nennat Omen plays on CD, but from 2008, Nennat Omen decides it’s time to go old school with vinyl and timecode vinyl. From acid house and electro, Nennat Omen continues to progressive and electro house. As the years went by, his sets became more minimalistic and represent a mixture of minimal, techno minimal, deep and tech. His sets sound unique every time he plays, because he loves to experiment with samples, live editing and one of a kind effects from programs like Traktor Pro and Ableton live.
Besides being a DJ, Nennat Omen has been involved in various music projects. His first collaboration is with Dalibor Dadoff for the radio show “Night Vibes” which aired on “Street FM” back in 2005. During this partnership, Dalibor transfers his passion for playing on turntables to Nennat Omen. After “Street FM”, the radio show “Night Vibes” continues on local radios “UGD FM” and “Angels FM”. At the time, “Night Vibes” is the only radio show that goes live both in audio and in video format, something that is new for the audience not only in Stip, but in the whole country. Since then, “Night Vibes” has remained the synonym of a cult show that urban people enjoy listening. Many Macedonian DJs have been guests in the radio show, but a lot of foreign DJs have also showed what they know best. They were coming to play live sets from the studio.
Aside from Stip, Nennat Omen\ has been guest DJ in clubs and part of many music festivals like GreenFest, VelikDance, 5th Dimension, KaleFest etc. which are in some of the largest cities. The highlights of his whole career are the gigs in Chicago and New York, US (2012) and thanks to the success of his gigs in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) he has booked gigs for 2014 in various cities in Serbia.
He has shared the DJ Booth with a lot of local and worldwide famous DJs like Tomcraft, Marko Nastic, Mladen Tomic, Saso Recyd, Gramophonedzie ,Milos Vujovic, Vladimir Acic, Loco Baby, Lady Dee, Kerkez, Dadoff, Flooder, Nikifor etc.


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GigaTools

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4 weeks ago
Nennat Omen is playing @ #TBA #TBA #Macedonia, Fri 29 Aug 2014 @ 22:00 http://www.nennatomen.com/ #gigs

Nennat Omen

Nennat Omen’s beginnings in his DJ-ing career start in 2003, with his first resident DJ parties. First, he shows off his skills at playing electro and acid house in Trac Café. After the great success of his parties, other clubs come in line for him. Scream Club, Square Pub, Logo Café, Fashion Café, Ice Café, Club Ice and Angels Café are those places and here, Nenad’s DJ-ing skills come to light and the audience gets to hear him playing.
In the beginning, Nennat Omen plays on CD, but from 2008, Nennat Omen decides it’s time to go old school with vinyl and timecode vinyl. From acid house and electro, Nennat Omen continues to progressive and electro house. As the years went by, his sets became more minimalistic and represent a mixture of minimal, techno minimal, deep and tech. His sets sound unique every time he plays, because he loves to experiment with samples, live editing and one of a kind effects from programs like Traktor Pro and Ableton live.
Besides being a DJ, Nennat Omen has been involved in various music projects. His first collaboration is with Dalibor Dadoff for the radio show “Night Vibes” which aired on “Street FM” back in 2005. During this partnership, Dalibor transfers his passion for playing on turntables to Nennat Omen. After “Street FM”, the radio show “Night Vibes” continues on local radios “UGD FM” and “Angels FM”. At the time, “Night Vibes” is the only radio show that goes live both in audio and in video format, something that is new for the audience not only in Stip, but in the whole country. Since then, “Night Vibes” has remained the synonym of a cult show that urban people enjoy listening. Many Macedonian DJs have been guests in the radio show, but a lot of foreign DJs have also showed what they know best. They were coming to play live sets from the studio.
Aside from Stip, Nennat Omen\ has been guest DJ in clubs and part of many music festivals like GreenFest, VelikDance, 5th Dimension, KaleFest etc. which are in some of the largest cities. The highlights of his whole career are the gigs in Chicago and New York, US (2012) and thanks to the success of his gigs in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) he has booked gigs for 2014 in various cities in Serbia.
He has shared the DJ Booth with a lot of local and worldwide famous DJs like Tomcraft, Marko Nastic, Mladen Tomic, Saso Recyd, Gramophonedzie ,Milos Vujovic, Vladimir Acic, Loco Baby, Lady Dee, Kerkez, Dadoff, Flooder, Nikifor etc.


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Nennat Omen is playing @ #TBA #TBA #Macedonia, Sat 30 Aug 2014 @ 22:00 http://www.nennatomen.com/ #gigs

Nennat Omen

Nennat Omen’s beginnings in his DJ-ing career start in 2003, with his first resident DJ parties. First, he shows off his skills at playing electro and acid house in Trac Café. After the great success of his parties, other clubs come in line for him. Scream Club, Square Pub, Logo Café, Fashion Café, Ice Café, Club Ice and Angels Café are those places and here, Nenad’s DJ-ing skills come to light and the audience gets to hear him playing.
In the beginning, Nennat Omen plays on CD, but from 2008, Nennat Omen decides it’s time to go old school with vinyl and timecode vinyl. From acid house and electro, Nennat Omen continues to progressive and electro house. As the years went by, his sets became more minimalistic and represent a mixture of minimal, techno minimal, deep and tech. His sets sound unique every time he plays, because he loves to experiment with samples, live editing and one of a kind effects from programs like Traktor Pro and Ableton live.
Besides being a DJ, Nennat Omen has been involved in various music projects. His first collaboration is with Dalibor Dadoff for the radio show “Night Vibes” which aired on “Street FM” back in 2005. During this partnership, Dalibor transfers his passion for playing on turntables to Nennat Omen. After “Street FM”, the radio show “Night Vibes” continues on local radios “UGD FM” and “Angels FM”. At the time, “Night Vibes” is the only radio show that goes live both in audio and in video format, something that is new for the audience not only in Stip, but in the whole country. Since then, “Night Vibes” has remained the synonym of a cult show that urban people enjoy listening. Many Macedonian DJs have been guests in the radio show, but a lot of foreign DJs have also showed what they know best. They were coming to play live sets from the studio.
Aside from Stip, Nennat Omen\ has been guest DJ in clubs and part of many music festivals like GreenFest, VelikDance, 5th Dimension, KaleFest etc. which are in some of the largest cities. The highlights of his whole career are the gigs in Chicago and New York, US (2012) and thanks to the success of his gigs in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) he has booked gigs for 2014 in various cities in Serbia.
He has shared the DJ Booth with a lot of local and worldwide famous DJs like Tomcraft, Marko Nastic, Mladen Tomic, Saso Recyd, Gramophonedzie ,Milos Vujovic, Vladimir Acic, Loco Baby, Lady Dee, Kerkez, Dadoff, Flooder, Nikifor etc.


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4 weeks ago
More of the most recent releases added to 4PLAY.fm

4PLAY.fm
[Continued]New Music Just Added to 4PLAY.fm:

SLAVE TO THE MUSIC (Audien Remix) - Michael Jackson
CORE - RL Grime [Trap]
REGGAE BASS (feat. Ragga Twins) - Vodge Diper [Dubstep/Reggae Bass]
3-6-9 - Stickybuds, Featurecast [Breakz]
ALL GOOD (Division 4 Remix) - De La Soul feat. Chaka Kahn
STRONG - Arno Cost & Norman Doray [Trance]
SHAKE THAT (Tom Staar Remix) - Marlon Hoffstadt & Dansson [House/Electro]
GET UP, STAND UP (Tonic Remix) - Public Enemy [Breakz]
COLLEGE DROP - Sage The Gemini [Urban]
FIVE HOURS - Deorro feat DyCy [Mainroom Electro]
RUMBLE (Original / Blackwhited Remix) - Rave Radio [AUS][Mainroom Electro]
GOLDEN EYE (BASS TONE Remix [AUS]) - Star X, Broz Rodriguez [Safari Music] [Mainroom Electro]
BE KIND (Federico Scavo / Atilla Cetin Remixes) - StoneBridge [House]
SUPERSTITION (C2C Remix) - Stevie Wonder
WE-R-SUPERSTARS - Sander Kleinenberg [Jackin' House]
WORD CRIMES / TACKY / FOIL (from the "Mandatory Fun" Album - "Weird Al" Yankovic [Pop]
VOGUE (Safety First Remix) - Madonna [Deep Swedish House Mafia]

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Jimmyz Fourplay

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4 weeks ago
Most recent releases all added to 4PLAY.fm

4PLAY.fm
New Music Just Added to 4PLAY.fm

PUGS ON DRUGS - Smile on Impact [Xelon][Trap]
AMSTERDAM TRAP MUSIC VOL 2 - Yellow Claw [Mad Decent] [Trap]
OWN UP (Terace / POOLCLVB emixes) - Motez [AUS][Deep House]
PUMP THAT BEAT - Alaia & Gallo [Tactical Records] [House]
BRING YOU HOME - Dennis Sheperd feat Chloe Langley [Trance]
SUGAR MAN - Yolanda be cool & DCUP [AUS][House]
STILL ALIVE / LET'S TURN IT UP / ABOUT TO GO DOWN - Bobby Neon [Dance]
A SKY FULL OF STARS (Syn Cole Remix) - Coldplay [EDM]
TAKE ME EP - Danny T [AUS][Deep House]
BICEP - Jam Xpress & Navaho [House]
PING PONG (Dani Deahl emix) - Armin van Buuren [Trap]
RECESS (feat Fatman Scoop & Michael Angelakos) [Flux Pavilion Remix] [Dubstep]
ONE LIFE - Dada Life [Mainroom Electro]
WELCOME TO THE DARK SIDE - Djs From Mars vs David Puentez [Mainroom Electro]
BACKLASH (Martin Garrix Edit) - DubVision [Mainroom Electro]
IN AND OUT - Mark Knight [House]
Music Is the Answer Pagano Vocal Remix 2014 - Danny Tenaglia DJ & Celeda [House]
BOMBACLAT - Firebeatz [Mainroom Electro]
FADED (KLP Cover) - ZHU [Vocal/Chillout]
GET DOWN (Re-Rub) - JaPetto Music / Basement Jaxx [Breakz]
DEEPER UNDERGROUND (Dj B-Side Remix) - Jamiroquai [Breakz]
CIGARETTES - Spenda C, OTiS CLaPP & Amy Lee [Trap]
BLACK WIDOW (Vice Extended) - Iggy Azalea (feat. Rita Ora) [Trap]
HAVING SEX (Ookay Remix) - Juicy J [Trap]
IF WE'RE TOGETHER (Miller Brothers Remix) - 95 Royale [House/Electro]

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4 weeks ago
Glasgow’s queen of bass @iamnightwave with a ferocious mix from @MovementDetroit

Nightwave - Live at Movement 2014

Glasgow’s queen of bass with a ferocious mix of acid house, electro, juke and bouncin’ ghetto tracks. Live from Movement in Detroit.


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