Monnom Black signee and Techno & Cans favourite Remco Beekwilder is the latest to be featured on DSNT’s star studded podcast series.

The hour long mix contains the usual pounding kicks we’ve come to expect from him as well as the catchy rave and acid melodies with a healthy dose of vocal loops for good measure. You can listen to it here:

After releasing one of the biggest EPs of the year previous which featured notorious tracks like ‘Rave Mood’ and ‘LSD’ the Dutchman has shone during the recent period with shows in the likes of Gashouder as well as Corsica Studios and sharing lineups with the esteemed likes of Clouds, Umfang, British Murder Boys and plenty more.

His rise to fame began with the popularity of his ‘Irregular Acid’ track and then his reputation skyrocketed after multiple videos surfaced of Dax J playing out his unreleased material.

With former guests such as regular DSNT act Myler, as well as an all star lineup of Clouds, Neil Landstrumm, Ayarcana, I Hate Models and Keepsakes the podcast is one of the most consistent and well represented mix series worldwide, featuring multiple podcasts from residents such as Nez and Ryan Dallas too.

DSNT continue their impressive string of LUMEN raves with possibly the biggest techno club show the island has ever seen to celebrate their 6th birthday. After bringing Perc & Truss over for their debut Irish back to back along with Randomer and Myler as well as heading to Hangar with D.Carbone and Myler, they’ve totally outdone themselves with a lineup that could well and truly pack out a festival stage on any given day.

Paula Temple, Sunil Sharpe, Altern8, I Hate Models, Stranger, Myler, Cave DJs, Nez & Dallas will all be taking the stage at the Queens student union venue at the end of this month for what will be an impressive show, both in terms of music and production, something DSNT are particularly good at. We’re giving away two tickets via our Facebook page, you can enter here.


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