Face to face with Isac

Interview with “Catalunya” dj, ready with others house music smash hits

Born in Italy, Isac is back with “Catalunya” single track on Heartbeat. He’s finds its sound and its space in the house music, tech and deep house. Since 2014 he as menaged the Label Câblage Records in Italy. He is a dj in various Italian and foreign locations. Very important his presence as resident DJ at Club 80’s Haus in Courmayeur where he worked with international DJs including Claptone, Ellen Allien, Sven Vath and Solomun. Since these could be inspired for his productions and his DJ set. Now he is resident for the Rolling Stone 72 in Italy. His art is put in its productions and over time has created some very interesting tracks. His latest works in progress chasing a tribal sound and a rhythm that enters the heart and makes travel. Isac is a DJ who tries to convey with its productions emotions and sensations. He wants to offer tickets to a unique sensory journey for all his listeners.
How “Catalunya” single track is born?
“’Catalunya’ was born from a sound research: that came near to the Spanish latin sound. I wanted was transmitted rhythm and Spanish songs mood and that he could recreate those feelings what you perceive those places. Everything clearly arranged in tech-house key”.
With “Catalunya” you continue the path started with the previous track?
“The path move on sophisticated sounds and attempt to offer emotions and sensations details one who will listen to the song”.
Can you balance your first steps with heartbeat, Media Records house music son?
“The first balance it’s too positive. First, I was able to create the product in the full Heartbeat vibe; then, the results”.
What are your next goals?
“I wanna to create amazing tracks that which moves me and motivates me in big productions. I make a focus on more objectives and desires, in the same time. I wanna be a famous in more countries”.
How to achieve all goals?
“I follow a constant research for new innovative sounds. I think also the Heartbeat label support my capacity: it’s can be a determining factor. I will continue a work on me for more satisfaction me. I looking for a brilliant sound to entertain the Heartbeat fans around the world”.

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Davide Di Blasi and Carlo Cavalli with “Take You There” on Heartbeat Black…

Davide Di Blasi and Carlo Cavalli with “Take You There” on Heartbeat Black

A perfect techouse sound but enriched by typical British progressive influences from the 90’s

Last 6th January 2017 Davide Di Blasi & Carlo Cavalli shot with “Take You There” on Heartbeat Black, a dark side of the Heartbeat label. “Take You There” it’s a perfect tech-house sound with a typical British progressive 90’s influences mood. The track break in the Traxsource tech house chart.
After “Tartana” by Beatsabea and before Carlo Cavalli’s “Gravity EP”, “Take You There” by Davide Di Blasi & Carlo Cavalli spin the wheel.
Cavalli produce house Music. Di Blasi loves techno and tech-house. Both now work on a brand new single tracks and follow-ups. “What are your upcoming goals and what the most remote”, say Di Blasi. “We working on various singles with different sounds of house music. Our future is in the recordings studio”.
How to born “Take You There”?
“Together we found a groove that we liked, and from there we developed the project together. There’s no rule for us: we start from the sounds that we like, where maybe we find inspiration and from there we build the whole”.


6470 – No Mercy EP

6470 >> “No Mercy EP”

“No Mercy EP” is a brand new amazing project from 6470, a very techno and electronic music lover

Shadow and light together are a common sight. He’s 6470. It’s existence cast from the shadows of gifted producer Davide Piras mind. A new identity, not determined to express something artistically unusual, but as a personal platform to improve and investigate any possibilities of post-techno and experimental electronic music.

The concept 6470 is the latest addiction to the irresistible oblivion on the brink of house and techno. 6470’s sound is the result of a visceral approach from both genres furthest ends: distorted and radioactive soundscapes locked in a dance-floor lovely structure.

And 6470 is never final, taking shape day by day, evolving constantly, exploring and braving the regular. Noise crafted consciously as the sediment of long jam sessions and heavy electronic manipulations.

Has Media Records in some way changed or enriched your life as a producer?
“Media Records have been influenced the 90s scene and so I would say yes”.

List some of your last works, please.
“’No Mercy EP’ contains ‘No Mercy’, ‘Our Cognitive Dissonance’, ‘Introspection’ and ‘September 10’. Of course, there is some work in progress’s stuff going on. We don’t stop”.

Do you think your music style can be identified with a specific one? If yes, which one?
“I would say its basically techno filled with drama and influenced by my nightmares”.

Which is your favourite genre?
“Right now, ’14:17′ of a Tuesday, it’s jazz”.
How do you feel about the collaboration with Media Records?
“Excited and nervous. I feel the pressure of keeping quality high and people satisfied with what I do”.

How do you think the sound could evolve and be played during big live events?
“Producers becoming freaks of sound destruction while sound engineers keep on pursuing hi-end and hi-fidelity sound systems. I don’t know how, but it will be fun for sure. No goal. Just progress”.
Is there an artist that inspires you or that you particularly admire?
“Mike Dehnert, Kris Wadsworth, Yaleesa Hall, Stimming, Ricardo Villalobos”.

When was your first studio experience?
“In 2008 I was visited a recording studio but had no clue of how music has to be recorded.

It was like the first time I saw fireworks, something like ‘okay, wow, but how?'”.
When and which was your first live performing experience?
“A couple of years ago with my House project Davide Piras live”.

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6470 – No Mercy EP

After a 15 year break fabled Italian imprint BXR Records relaunches under the Media Records umbrella, headed up by Gianfranco Bortolotti . BXR ’s reincarnation focuses on capturing the modern techno s

Ten Words – EIGHTEEN EP – UMM / UMM001V

Media Records >> Vinyl Time …

UMM, Divergent and BXR are ready to climb the charts even in 12” size

After the Heartbeat releases, also labels as UMM, Divergent and BXR target the vinyl. The market is on the rise and Media Records always believed in supporting twelve inches.

So, we start with UMM label and Ten Words with his “Eighteen EP”, including “Satellite” and “Eighteen” feat. Ghost Wars (Original Mix, 10ws remix and End To End remix).

On Divergent with Bimas push on “Fragile EP” and “Fragile”, “Feeling Good” (Original Mix and Nikola Gala remix).

Finally, in the short time, a sale of BXR vinyl mix, which sign the return of big brand: 6470 with his “No Mercy EP” breaks with “Our Cognitive Dissonance”, “No Mercy”, “Introspection” and “September”.


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#gianfrancobortolotti #mediarecords #vinile #bxr #umm #divergent


Ten Words – EIGHTEEN EP – UMM / UMM001V

After a hiatus of more than ten years, one of house musics most essential and influential labels is back in the game. That label is UMM, originally from Naples in Italy, which is now re-launching with a fine EP from Milan based producer and DJ, Ten Words.

Media Records >> Underground > End To End…

Media Records >> Underground > End To End

Underground defines a large set of practices and identities with the common intent to be an alternative to the mass culture. End to End with the help of the mithic Media Records wants to be the answer.

End to End, a pseudonym of an expert dj and producer that in the recent past have worked with several labels.
They weren’t structured like Media Records but most of all they weren’t as wised as Underground, the most open label of the group.
At this is point the question is: if Heartbeat is house, BXR is techno,

Divergent is minimal techno, what will be the core sound of Underground?
“Electronic music. Even experimental electronic music. If possible a sound that still doesn’t exist, a sound that can be the fusion of different cultures. Those considered not ordinary countries for the traditional dance music business: for instance India, Turkey, China, maybe mixed by Italians remixers of course, or Europeans influencers, in any case, always the sound of the underground”.

How did you get to Bortolotti and Media Records?
“Since the beginning I followed Media Records and Gianfranco then, almost by chance, we met and we started talking about using. And there was the light. I understood why the called him guru”.

What’s your main commitment as to label manager of Underground?
“Mainly searching, listening, judging the tracks. Keep the label profile shining in order to attract new talents from anywhere”.

Will you bet on one-shot operations?
“Only if the one I pick is adding value to us or to the group. Mainly my commitment will be to grow artists, djs or producers”.

Next releases?
“Soon we will release an EP, an Indian dj where I made a remix of the main track”.

An EP of yours?
“I am working on it. Meanwhile a couple of my remixes will be released on UMM and on Underground for the artists Ten Words and Askat Joshi”.

Underground always been… underground, more a lab than a label: is it stimulating for you?
“Actually, what’s better?”.


DVRG1001 – Bimas – Fragile EP…

DVRG1001 – Bimas – Fragile EP

Divergent is the hotly anticipated new label from Belgium born DJ and producer Bimas, who also releases music on labels like Desolat and Truesoul.

‘Feeling Good’ opens this EP with a wild-style techno aesthetic, featuring hulking great drums, wailing diva vocals and nerve jangling stabs.

It’s energetic and fiery and cannot fail to arrest the attention of the dance floor. ‘Fragile’ is deep and rolling, with big glistening hi hats and a deep looping bass sucking you into the the track. Building to a high octane peak, rueful synths add a tender touch to the visceral drums.

Nikola Gala’s remix of ‘Feeling Good’ is a tense and rolling affair, with no let up from start to finish, as cut up vocals and drilling synths demand you move your body.

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Ryuki > Believe on EDMedia (Media Records)

Ryuki is a talented and eclectic Japanese dj who likes living a fashionable lifestyle, EDM and house music

Ryuki Nakada loves EDM and House music, but hip hop and Italian dance sound, too. He recently released “Believe”, a remake of “Un Giorno Credi”, the Gigi D’Agostino’anthem, out now on Media Records. ‘Believe’ is an energetic EDM track, with the distinctive drop and a strong super bass, and it can drive the dancefloor crazy.

Born in Tokyo in 1994, Ryuki took part in various fashion shows in Tokyo and he had his graduation in Komatsu Otani High School.

What are you working on now?

“I’ve a lot of projects at this time and a new EDM track is ready to be released. I’m really busy with my fashion shows and gigs in the Tokyo clubs, but I always find time for a studio session”.

What do you think about the collaboration with Media Records?

“Media Records started a collaboration with Japanese producers. It’s a great opportunity for Japan to join European EDM scene”.

In your opinion, who’s the next top influencer artist on the dance scene?

“Justin Bieber”.

Techno or House: which genre do you throw out of the window?

“I save techno”.

Who is the artist you admire most or the one who inspires you?

“Diplo and Skrillex”.

Your opinion about your “Believe”?

“Low frequencies are the distinctive element of this track, like in the future house of the beginning and in the contemporary bass music”.

Available on:

Spotify → http://spoti.fi/2dJ4LOW
Beatport → http://btprt.dj/2dJ4Mm2
iTunes → http://apple.co/2dJ6xj9
Traxsource → http://bit.ly/2dJ5G22

Cammy “Komodo” on EDMedia

He loves EDM and he imagines its ‘Komodo’ to repeat the success of the famous 90’s hit, produced by Gianfranco Bortolotti

Born in Tokyo in 1991, Masaki Kaminaga aka Cammy is not only a dj, but a dancer and a fashion model too. During the latest 10 years he joined important events together with the famous influencer Toshinobu Kubota. He loves EDM and he imagines its ‘Komodo’ to repeat the success of the famous 90’s hit, produced by Gianfranco Bortolotti.

In the track you released for Gianfranco Bortolotti and Media Records, your Japanese touch is easy recognizable.

“My experience comes from my life. When I think to my short but intense career, I smile, because I rushed into things. Here in Japan promotion is a particular matter, it can appear chaotic but it often has a slow start”.

Any future collaboration?

“We’d like having our own project here in Asia, joining in a great team all together. Thanks to Media Records we are now in contact with Jamaster A. another Media Records artist”.

What’s your favourite music genre?

“I love house music, but I’m fascinated by some hip hop sounds”.

In your opinion, what kind of elements can influence dance music industry today?

“Dance music needs to have an irresistible rhythm, but a melodic element, too. That’s why Alesso is one of my favourite artist. I can’t imagine dance music without rhythm, energy and especially melody”.

Techno or house?

“House music, with no doubts”.

And you play EDM…

“My sound is a mix of electro and energetic prog big room. If you want people move their asses, you should make them dance”.

Who is the artist you admire most or the one who inspires you?

“Michael Jackson. I love his powerful expression, his sense of rhythm and his groove”.

Kazuya “Torpedo” on EDMedia

His passion for EDM and European sound drove Kazuya to EDMedia

Kazuya is a young and talented dj, born in Japan in 1998. He started releasing electronic music when he was just 15. His latest single ’Torpedo’ is a perfect example of EDM anthem and it shows the skills of the new Oriental rising star.

You were still underage at the beginning of your career, right?

Well, in Japan it’s not fair if you start working in the clubs when you’re underage, so at the beginning music was just a passion for me, then I started looking for my ideal club.

Do you have a dream?

“I’d like djing at great events”.

What do you expected from ’Torpedo’? Do you think that Media Records can change your career?

“I think so, working with this brand is a big opportunity for my growth, a step forward for my career in music. There’re too many dj’s in Japan, that’s why I chose Europe”.

There’s a sign outside your studio door that says: ‘Work in progress’.

“Yes, music production is always like a work in progress”.

What’s your favourite music?

“Bass House and dubstep”.

Do you think it’s hard today making some significant fast progress on music scene?

“It depends on you. I want producing, composing, mixing and working in my studio, because producing my own music is the logical consequence of my work in the clubs. It’s the right way to reach people”.

Who’s the future EDM star?


Do you think that EDM is an established concept?

“No, and it won’t be. EDM is more than a music genre, it represents the sound of the new generations and the perfect soundtrack for festivals”.

Well, music is fine, but music industry needs a rebirth: do you agree?

“Yes of course. Music should help music industry to regenerate itself”.

Available on:

Spotify → http://spoti.fi/2bK9o9X
Beatport → http://btprt.dj/2bVwpSA
iTunes → http://apple.co/2bK9qOU
Traxsource → http://bit.ly/2bK9Y7l

The men behind T.B. Project …

The men behind T.B. Project are Andrea Paladini and BJM known for few years as the True Beat

Enthusiastic about to give their contribution to the Media Records rooster, reveal that T.B. Project has been properly done for the clubs supporting a very specific and refined sound. A way to go behiond their own limits also thanks to their large djing experience. And here we’re, they reached their goal with “Maka Movin” (out next 8th August 2016), an obsessive tech-house sound enriched by tribal arrangements, with a feminine vocal hook leading the entire track.

And now the powerful couple landed on the dark side of the Moon of Heartbeat Records: Heartbeat Black. From their recording studio the duo reveals that the first production was realized with DJ Luca Cassani for “Safe From Harm” track.

In the past Media Records it has certainly given great music at all.

“Not only has been exporting products and DJs worldwide. Now we hope to make our contribution with this new partnership”.

The T.B. Project is just a… side project?

“In the past we have already released products like True Beat. T.B. Project will be a relief to the dancefloor, with sounds too house and deep. With this name we will give more voice yo new fields through our experience”.

You don’t have limits to your sound?

“The inspirations are important”.

The DJs become like a real rock stars, now?

“It shows must go on: that we must dare more. Those who continue to do research immersing the new styles, new mood, or more than anything call into question the sound, he wins. we must not rest on success”.

Only a series of outputs may build a profile of a big artist?

“With a very demanding audience you can not work in a standardized manner or think in the old style, to make follow-up nonsense. Today you have to dare, experiment, always keeping an eye on the taste of those who still listen to music”.

Everything is evolving?

“We believe only in what we do and as long as the thing we have fun, we will continue. There are no specific targets in progress but only the desire to contribute to the success, bringing something catchy and good in the current music market”.

Your inspirations come from?

“From rock, pop, dance, techno”.