Thursday, January 15, 2015


Making his first appearance on FlatSideWays is Klangkuenstler. Had never heard of this guy until 3 weeks ago, but I have seen his name every day since. The opening 30 minutes of this set has been played at every opportunity, and shows no signs what so ever of fading. With tracks from Andrea Olivia, Super Flu and Klangkuenstler himself, I hope you enjoy this as much as I have...

Monday, January 12, 2015

Kolsch - Punchbuggy (Original Mix)

Sunday, January 11, 2015

Mike Mago - The Gift (Mark Knight Remix)

Latest remix from Toolroom Records head honcho Mark Knight. Have always been a huge fan of Mr. Knight and all things Toolroom and this is no exception...another quality production.

Elderbrook - How Many Times (Andhim Remix)

Quality remix of Elderbrook's 'How Many Times' from German duo Andhim...we are loving this. Enjoy!

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Oliver Koletzki meets HR Sinfonie Orchester - Der Mückenschwarm Live

Kolsch Live @ District 8, Dublin 1/1/15 (Der Alte)

It would of been hard not to as you can see from the video but I can confirm that FlatSideWays had a f**king outstanding night in District 8 for Kölsch

Der Alte was a massive track for the FlatSideWays crew collectivley, and to hear it from the man himself for 12 bells was just perfection. Thankfully someone has uploaded a short clip of midnight, much appreciated.

Luciano - Rise Of Angel (Andrea Oliva Remix) (DC10)

DC10 Terrace + Luciano - Rise Of Angel (Andrea Oliva Remix)
Great track, great video. So...what have you got planned this year? :)


Dusky's latest release 'Yoohoo' is without a doubt one of my favourite tracks from 2014, but as for the official video (above) they really have outdone themselves. 
Little did I know when I heard 'Lost Highway' (below) quite some time ago, how huge these guys were going to be, going from strength to strength with every release they show no signs of slowing and I for one could not be happier about it. Keep them coming, Enjoy!

Blamma! Blamma! feat. Kristina Train - Zsa Zsa (Cato's Retouch)

Introduced to this masterpiece late December and first thoughts were..."Where has this been all my life"!? Its got that real Miami Vice feel to it and just promotes smiling and positive vibes. 
Beautful track, but I have come to expect nothing less from anything Andy Cato touches, or retouches in this case. Right at the top of my recently played list.