Je m’appelle Vincenzo Sessa, DJ et producteur français, avec une passion pour la house et la musique de club. Discjockey de 1987 à 1996, j’ai eu l’opportunité de travailler dans une vingtaine de discothèques entre la France, la Suisse, la Corse … Maintenant je travaille en vidéo, mon hobby je produis des podcasts pour les radios. Dans le futur je voudrai créer mes propres sons. Contacts: https://www.facebook.com/sessavincent https://www.mixcloud.com/vincent-sessa/uploads https://www.instagram.com/sessavincent https://hearthis.at/vincent-sessa-2x
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This exclusive show was featured on Underground Kollektiv global radio. It keeps on building in energy and rhythm until you feel your feet are getting off the ground. You’re a floating on SEBB’s musical journey. Enjoy!
Olejo Russian DJ from Moscow started his career on pirate radio in 1996 and plays at various events throughout Russia. Prefers progressive house. Always glad to new acquaintances and invitations. He is resident DJ at Underground Kollektiv.
It has been 35 weeks since the first episode of the After Hour Show. Throughout this journey, we have discovered top emerging artists of the underground world from Canada and around the globe. All shows are available on SoundCloud.
Coming up to the show we have a huge line up of talented producers and DJs.
Nov 20: André Yenski Nov 27: Olejo Dec 4: Vincent Sessa Dec 11: Twilight Music Sculpture – Canadian Series Dec 18: Opposite DireKtion – Canadian Series Dec 25: Steve Finney – Canadian Series Jan 1: NYE SURPRISE Jan 8: MIRAC Jan 15: Carl Higson Jan 22: Jordan David – Canadian Series Jan 29: SEBB – Canadian Series Feb 5: Kay Becker – Canadian Series Feb 12: Bjorn Salvador – Nordic Voyage Special Feb 19: Leon S Kemp – Nordic Voyage Special Feb 26: SEBB – Canadian Series Mar 5: Darcy Dogan Mar 12: Shar-K
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His musical journey started in his youth, where he toyed around with some old keyboards and instruments. At the age of 14 he bought his first decks, and started to organize the first parties at his school and around his neighbourhood. Pretty soon he also discovered the joy of producing his own sounds and tracks.
In his twenties he got the chance to spend a few summers on the White Island, Ibiza. This was a big influence, as he got exposed to a lot of different musical styles that formed his musical taste.
After a few years he found his base at the techno capital of Europe, Berlin. This left also a mark on his music, bringing forward the raw and dark sounds that he so enjoys. Currently still bases in Berlin.
He was behind the decks at venues like Spindler & Klatt (Berlin), AVA (Berlin), Chesire Cat (Berlin), Sauer Mutter (Berlin), Edelweiß (Berlin), The Nest (Cambodia). He gathered a lot of experience spinning records at various corporate events, bars and hotels in Budapest, London, Corfu, Ibiza, and of course Berlin. He is a regular dj at the Fashion Week in Berlin.
He is the co-host of the Berlin based club night, Don ́t Let Your Mother Know, and the host of his podcast called Hypnotic Illusions & House Foundations on several Radio stations; like PURE, Underground Kollektiv and Global FM.
As a producer he released his own original tracks and remixes on various labels, like Stellar Fountain, LuPS Records, Vision 3 Records, Findike Records and Embliss Records just to mention a few.
He balances between few genres, like organic and deep house, but also enjoys darker genres like progressive and melodic techno.
What the fans say about this set « Great dark progressive vibe… Awesome » – Wolmy Balmart « Top and quality mix of SeBB… thanks for the journey! » – Diana Emms
A big thank you to all my followers. Over the weekend, I have talked to several talented DJs over the world. I filled up the After Hour Show calendar up to end of March in less then 24 hours. I’m very humble for the trust you give me. The After Hour Show is a platform to promote non main stream DJ, producers and disc labels. If you want to be part of the crew, hit me up on Facebook or Instagram.
This set is a musical thank to all my fans and supporters. Check out the feature tracks
« My name is Mats aka GOMF . I’m from Sweden. A music freak that Follow my Dreams to be a Dj after like 40 years of listening to the worlds best DJs and electronic music. I have my own Radioshow on UK based Beach Radio called Deeper Departures with two friends ( Johan Loubser & Dj Rocinante) all I wanna do is sharing fantastic music around the globe. »
Have been playing music some years ago in the best discotheques, clubs and events in Gran Canaria, some clubs in Madrid and Bilbao (Spain), and after having been away from the music world for many years, he returns to the music scene as a producer as well., having signed his first arrangement with Irma Records and GNE music. In this moment he regent two channels in Soundcloud and Mixcloud, his B2B space and his Superdeep channel. He is also superior technician in creativity and advertising techniques and Art Director.
« I started Djing in my mid teens, around 13 as I recall. My Dad was a mobile DJ for many years and ran a youth club, which is were I started. Working with my Dad and before I became of age to legally attend clubs we had several residencies as wedding & party DJs. Heard my first House tune in 1986. I remember it like it was yesterday. Marshall Jefferson House Music Anthem, Adonis No Way Back and Mr Fingers Washing Machine. I was immediately hooked. Saved up and got my first set of Technics shortly after turning 18, started in the clubs very soon after that. My first club residency was a small place called 5th Avenue, it was a proper little sweatbox in the middle of nowhere (a place called Market drayton). It soon became packed, people travelling some distance to come. Great times. I moved around and guest DJd a few places before landing main residency at The Buttermarket in Shrewsbury. Massive club with capacity of 1800 – here I started my own night called Essence – it was a success from the first night and by night 3 we were locking out at full 1800 people capacity. After a couple of years I was offered the job as general manager as well as main DJ and became the youngest licencee at that time. During this 9 year period (1994-2003) I worked with many of the bigger club nights and A list DJs, from Cream to Gatecrasher, Sundissential to Gods Kitchen, Manumission to Mixmag Tour. It was a great time and it was my full time career. I stopped when my first wife got pregnant, which I promised I would do. When my daughter was born I turned my back on the industry, it was also around the time vinyl stopped and this broke my heart to a degree. At that time it seemed to me the real art of DJing was dying and rudely being replaced by auto-sync digital button pushers. Of course I was wrong but thats how I saw it at the time. Therefore decided that was that and followed a business career path. Many years later a friend of mine’s brother, who owned a pub, asked me to dust off my turntables and play some old skool stuff for NYE. I said no to start with but my second wife, who had never heard me play insisted I did this gig. So I grabbed a handful of classics, dusted off my SL1210s and did the gig. I had a drummer on with me and we just jammed. The reaction and love was amazing, people had a great time and I immediately got the buzz again. That was about 10 years ago now. I’m turning 50 next year, I love the music, the art of mixing, the craft and energy it brings. I will never stop again, love it far too much. Before Covid I played out weekly, however now I play just once a month which suits me better. Having the chance to play on the Radio and be part of the Kollelktiv has rekindled the spark even more. Now I am on a quest to make the best listening experience and journey I can, as I know you are too. Due to family commitments and an all encompassing weekly job I cant put as much time into my music as I would like, however I spend almost all of my free time doing music to some degree. I plan to start producing next year. I’m using my time now to research, watch you tube vids and understand more about that side of our craft. »