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Simon Field establish Basement Records

House music legacy start Simon Field, has recently launched his new boutique house label, Basement Records. This label is set to release a hand-picked selection of funky tech house and Jackin house tracks, showcasing the unique sound that Simon has become known for.

Simon Field is a DJ and producer from Norway who has been making waves in the house music scene for the past few years. With releases on top labels such as Perfect Havoc, Ultra Music, and Astralwerks, Simon has proven himself to be a talented producer and DJ.

Basement Records is a new venture for Simon, and it is one that he is incredibly passionate about. The label is focused on showcasing the best of funky tech house and jackin house, genres that Simon is particularly drawn to. The tracks released on Basement Records are hand-picked by Simon himself, ensuring that each one is of the highest quality and fits perfectly with the label's unique sound.

The first release on Basement Records is a track called "Gack Gack", which perfectly embodies the label's sound. The track is a funky, groovy number with a driving bassline and catchy vocals. It's the kind of track that will get people moving on the dancefloor and is a perfect example of the kind of music that Simon wants to showcase on his label.

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Simon has big plans for Basement Records and is excited about the future of the label. He plans to release a steady stream of high-quality tracks from up-and-coming artists in the funky tech house and jackin house scenes. Simon believes that these genres have a lot of potential and that there is a growing audience for this type of music.

One of the things that sets Basement Records apart from other labels is Simon's commitment to supporting new and emerging artists. He believes that there are a lot of talented producers out there who are not getting the recognition they deserve, and he wants to help change that. By giving these artists a platform to showcase their music, Simon hopes to help them reach a wider audience and advance their careers.

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In conclusion, Simon Field's new boutique house label, Basement Records, is set to make waves in the house music scene. With a focus on funky tech house and jackin house, and a commitment to supporting new and emerging artists, this label is poised to become a major player in the genre. Keep an eye on Basement Records and Simon Field, as they are both sure to make waves in the coming years.

We wish him luck on his new Funky Tech House advnture.

Funky Tech House artists

Other Funky Tech House artists worth mentioning: David Penn, Mark Knight, Armand Van Helden, Crazibiza, Alemany, Frank Caro, Charles J, DJ Wady, Patrick M, David Herrero, David Tort, Markem, Yas Cepeda, Ella Loponte, Robbie Rivera, Elizabeth Gandolfo, Soul Speech, Richard Grey, Lissat, Diver City, Rene Amesz, Divine, Ant Brooks, Zander Club, Stefano Noferini, Metodi Hristov, Oscar L, Matt Sassari

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Yoga music Mp3 – free download

Our artist Young Jing has compiled a continuous mix of Yoga Music for a full 10 minutes session. Perfect transition and variation in mood and sounds. Many yoga music mixes are way too slow and simple in nature. The 10 min yoga music mix is perfect variation, enough to keep you on your toes as well as find your flow

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How to make a Yoga music playlist?

There are many views on music during Yoga. Some are against it, some are only looking for instrumental background ambiance, while others take it to the next level—using music to create a unique and personal feeling to their classes building their own playlists or even composing their own music. We do think there are some guidelines to follow to make the perfect yoga music playlist for your session classes or your home practice.

Nomade Records specialises in Yoga music. Please look around the site for Yoga Music playlists, yoga artist and more yoga music content.

If it’s for your yourself it’s easy. You pick what works for your program. On the other hand, if you are also a teacher, there may be a bit more to it. It is important to know the energy of the class. Here are 5 tips that you might find useful to make your yoga music selection for a yoga class:

Start slow and easy

Think of your music like a fish. You need to give time and space at both the beginning and end for breath. Music with too fast of a beat early on may inspire you to move too quick and skip the connection you need with your breath. Music with too active instrumentation or even lyrics may make Savasana difficult.

Young Jing "Sunrise" is a great starting point

Keep it in Major key

Avoid sad songs or songs with a sad undertone. You want an uplifting feel when you began. Typical for staring songs is that they are in Major key and a relatively slow tempo. Some might have chants but mostly humming if any vocals.

Adam G is a great example of a Major Key song well suited to start a Yoga cass

Mix from one song to another

Make sure you listen to your playlist in context. The flow from one song to another should be smooth and ideally not noticeable. A trick here is to chose music from the same artist, a well curated Yoga Music playlist or use music analysis tools to check for Key and BPM. In most cases you will hear if the transition goes smoothly. The yoga music artists on Nomade Records are all specialist in this and are for that reason booked for sessions around the world to perform with Yoga instructors.

Check this Yoga Flow playlist and how well it flows from one song to another..

Don’t use hits for Yoga Music classes

Lyrics creates images in people’s mind. That will distract for focusing during class. Pop songs also might carry different meaning to people – especially if they had a bad experience with that particular song or simply don’t like it. Try to use instrumental covers instead if you really want to use a particular song.

Franz Schrõder is a great pianist doing lots of modern covers. A great place to start.

Have a few extra just in case

Keep in mind that there is a time before and after the session that can be used to get the class into the mood even before you start or easing them out after the session. So having another 4-5 songs would never hurt. This will also be good to adding variation for the next session.

Our artist Bo Degas curates a great Yoga Music playlist that might serve some inspiration for more songs.

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Nomade Records on Beatport

We are now on Beatport under our own label page. Please visit and follow us on Beatport.

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Nomade records open for business. Page will soon be up and running with info on our music and artists

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