For this episode of our feeder sound podcast series we invite Ayzk Rovshan to deliver the proper weekend vibes, so adjust the volume of your speakers and get ready to dance.
Ayzk Rovshan is one of Azerbaijan’s electronic music scene pioneers, having more than 10 years of experience as a DJ and producer under his belt. Throughout time he enjoyed several residencies in Baku and performed at numerous events across his country as well as abroad, in countries like Georgia and the Russian Federation, while releasing some of his productions on labels like Zebra Records, Tip Tap, Soblazn, HardCutz, Urban Garden Recordings, MK837, Kief, Irregular Musik and MNML4U, among others. His style incorporates sounds coming from the minimal techno, microhouse and deep house universe, always carefully selected in order to keep the audience in a good mood.
feeder sound 377 mixed by Ayzk Rovshan delivers an inspiring and engaging sonic journey crafted with smooth transitions that create an organic flow of minimal, microhouse, deep tech and breakbeat rhythms and textures. The selection includes tracks by Miroloja & Swoy, DubluD, Octave & Gabi.B, Mikhu and Electricano. Enjoy the ride!
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Words by AndreiB
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This article is published in the October-November 2022 edition of the feeder.ro online magazine.
ISSN 2734 – 5637 | ISSN-L 2734 – 5637
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