Intro: This month on Uniquely Yours, Dave kicks things off with a new mix featuring some new and upcoming MK837 releases including Bence K!SS’ “No 9-5” which recently broke into Beatport’s Tech House Top 100. In the second half of the show, Samuel Zamora returns to the decks of plastic and aluminum and delivers a […]
The Company Line: If you like techno and you missed Yered’s original mix a few weeks ago, here’s your chance at the remix. Building on the power and force of the original, Samuel Zamora comes in and takes The Beginning up to an 11. From the Tastemakers: “Great remix with Zamora on deck; straight solid […]
The Company Line: Last month we reintroduced you to a name we’ve been following and working with for years, Coco Street. When it comes to house vocals, she’s one diva you need to know about. She recently teamed up with our man Samuel Zamora to produce Warrior – a bold new house track with massive […]
What happens when a vocal house diva named Coco Street teams up with Samuel Zamora? You get a war cry of a techno track. That’s what. Play this one loud and proud. It’s coming at you like flood waters from a breaking dam in a canyon. Ain’t nothin’ gonna stand in this one’s way.
In this month’s show, Dave introduces you to the upcoming
MK837 releases for February and then slides into a groove featuring tracks from
Total Freedom, Moscow Tunes, Brain Pain, Slightly Sizzled and more.
Hour two features a set from Barcelona’s own Miguel Montez
aka Teckaiser. As an artist, he’s been releasing with us since almost the very
beginning. His sound ranges from the deep and techie to progressive sides of
house and techno. As a Dj, he’s shared the stage with Trentemoller, Danny
Howells, Andy Moor, Steve Lawler and more.
Last month, Samuel Zamora’s Keep Alert hit stores. This time we reached out to Amuse for his take on this techno monster. Amuse took things into a deeper dubbed out world. This slow groover has a low end that will melt faces and vibrate places you didn’t even know existed. Genre-bending is a great way to describe the over all vibe. Part breaks, part deep tech house and all dub, Amuse’s take on Keep Alert is everything the word unique implies.
For our first episode of the year, Dave decides he’s the guest DJ and runs amok. Well… sorta. He’s feeling nostalgic, so he’s gone back 20 years into his archives to construct a classic progressive house set that would have melted faces back then and should continue to do so today. Come join Dave for a 90-minute romp through the past.
After that romp, Dave takes the last 30 minutes of the show to reveal some of MK837’s upcoming tracks including a remix from Noel Sanger, a new track from Micfreak and then two from Dave Richards himself and more.
The Company Line: Set the alarm and post the guards! Nothing’s gonna break through Samuel Zamora’s line. Keep Alert is punctuated with pulsating synths, never ending percussion and a haunting vocal sample. It’s techno the only way Samuel Zamora could deliver it. It’s 2020 and we are MK837. Welcome to our 10th year. From the […]
Intro: It’s our final show for the year. 2019 is almost gone and we’re looking forward with fear, trepidation and hope toward 2020, which has always either been a news show on TV or science fiction. Let’s face it, the dude’s getting up there in age. Our guest this month is Monterey, Mexico’s own Samuel […]
THE COMPANY LINE 2019 has been a massive year for MK837. It was our 9th year in existence and a year where we saw several of our artists spread their wings to work with some larger names and labels. We’ve always been proud of our music and this year is no different. MK2019 showcases the […]
The Company Line: Venture deep into the jungles of the dancefloor with the artists of MK837. The crowd is packed in and dripping with sweat. The temperature is constantly on the rise and the mist in the air isn’t from hazers, foggers, or CO2 cannons. The bass is unforgiving, and the highs are soaring. The […]
The Company Line An early influencer of Dave Richards was Steve Lawler. His Dark Drums 2 mix compilation was in Dave’s CD player for several years. That sound greatly influenced his own dark sound from his earliest productions through today. Love and Grace is a loose reflection of that early 2000’s influence. The driving toms, […]