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Ohrenschmaus Podcast #049 – Glenn Arkton

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Glenn Arkton is a very talented dj from South Africa. To be more exact from Johannesburg. He follows the series for quite a long time and we kept in touch for quite a bit of time. Always impressed by his kind and positive vibes we connected months ago and that’s when we felt how enthusiastic he is towards music. He really digs deep and soaks it all in. That deeply impressed us and so we checked his mixes and what can we say they are great. So is he and that’s why he is now contributing the 49th mix. Enjoy his superb selection and the brilliant vibe, your OP.

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Glenn Arkton is a very talented dj from South Africa. To be more exact from Johannesburg. He follows the series for quite a long time and we kept in touch for quite a bit of time. Always impressed by his kind and positive vibes we connected months ago and that’s when we felt how enthusiastic he is towards music.

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The nicely done and modern house EP "Vicmari" with 3 original tracks by Vicmari and a superb Cab Drivers remix on the great Eclipser Chaser imprint.

Review: Vicmari – Vicmari – Eclipser Chaser

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Vicmari is an up and coming artist from Durban, South Africa. South Africa’s vital house scene should be known by almost any of us with it’s love for deep and highly emotive house tracks. On Eclipser Chaser Vicmari not just releases his first vinyl he also releases a full album which goes by the name “Audiodidact”. While the LP comes out in digital form there will be an album sampler on vinyl, which is the one we will talk about in this review. The sampler will be the 7th release by Eclipser Chaser and Vicmari follows up artists like Warten Borgmann, DJ Honesty and Tommy Vicari Jnr. A nicely done and modern house EP with 3 original tracks and a superb Cab Drivers remix. Keep reading

Jazzman hosts the "Deep Inspiration Show" for quite a while now. We talked about podcasting in general and his strong connection to South Africa.

Interview: Jazzman – “Fake likes won’t generate plays, downloads, shares or whatever. It’s a waste of money!”

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These days you get flooded by a large amount of podcasts, radio shows and much more. Soundcloud, Mixcloud, Hearthis.at and many platforms offer simple hosting, upload, download and playback for mixes. This circumstances in combination with low prices for homepages and social media like Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and many more seduce people to start their own show. Due to this a lot of competition is going on, but what divides a good podcast from a bad one? What do you need to start? Which problems could occur? To answer all those questions we invited René “Jazzman” Wolski, the host of the “Deep Inspiration Show”, to give some advice. On top we will talk about the vivid house scene of Africa, where a warm, jazzy and soulful house sound seems to work perfectly on the dance floors. Keep reading