Funkerman’s ‘Ready For Spring’ Mixset
Dj Licious’ ‘House Of The Rising Disco’ Mixset
Beauriche’s ‘Can You Feel It’ Mixset
|Funkerman, known to his postman as Ardie van Beek, is an internationally appreciated DJ/producer and founder of Can You Feel It Records and Flamingo Recordings. From his first love of pioneering US hip hop, crate digging for classic funk, to riding on the first waves of US house; he has always been on a quest to find new and exciting music.|
He partnered with Raf Jansen to found Can You Feel It Records in spring 2011. This label was quick out the blocks to begin releasing high quality music. Tracks like Paperbag Revolution, Everyday Getaway and La Sirena/Smoking Blue show us a producer who is constantly changing up his game and redefining the boundaries of house music.
|This Antwerp based DJ and producer might have lost his heart in Ibiza, but keeps spreading the love of house all over the world with a blend of funky rhythms, killer synths and smooth vocals.|
Dj Licious started his mission several years ago by founding the celebrated clubbing concept SHOMI in Antwerp’s notorious club Stereo Six. His DJ career directed him to the Belgian ‘Defected in the house’ parties, proudly pushing house music on a national level. Spinning his favorite tunes at tons of clubs and festivals worldwide such as Tomorrowland, Privilege Ibiza, Extrema Outdoor, Laundry Day, City Parade, La Rocca, Versuz & Summerfestival. Dj Licious does what he loves most: let the music to do the talking.
|Up and coming dj and producer Beauriche has already turned a lot of parties upside down.
He’s bringing the Bumping housemusic which makes it impossible to stand still With releases on recordlabels as Can You Feel It Records, Flamingo Recordings, Revealed Recordings and Cloud9 Music.|
Beauriches Main feature is his ability to feel the room and knows how to get a crowd moving!Releases “Diss” and “Riviera” supported by EDM artists Axwell, Fedde le Grand and Erick Morillo gave him a good start, but with his release “Stereo Can Provide” on Funkerman’s creative label “Can You Feel It” Records, he saw his records picked up and supported by ATFC, Prok and Fitch, DMC World Mag and BBC Radio 1.