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arrowNew label “heiter bis wolkig“ launches with EP and video by Alban Endlos

06.03.15 by Anna
alban endlos heiter wolkig jan herz onebeat berlin
Photographer and director DAVI.IN took a trip to India – the amazing images he captured obviously are the perfect match for the weird but beautiful blend of sounds that Alban Endlos creates with his debut on heiter bis wolkig. The new german label promises to showcase open-minded, characterful and even neurotic sounds – and delivers with this first release: Alban Endlos dances at the border between club-aesthetics and almost jazzy grooves that combine acoustic instruments and little sound toys in a very unique way. He makes his living as a foley artist and sound designer – and you can hear that in every inch of his productions. You have to dive deep in and listen to this EP a couple of times to uncover all the little gems that are hidden in there! Finally, the EP opens up the spectrum with Remixes by Powel, Dolph and Jan Hertz who all have their own ways of interpreting the material. The EP is available now via Bandcamp and through Beatport, iTunes, Juno and other download platforms.
New Video by DAVI.IN:

ALBAN ENDLOS – UMDA (Official Video) from David Aufdembrinke on Vimeo.

The EP @ Bandcamp:


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arrowTime To Love with Jan Hertz!

10.04.14 by Anna

Jan Hertz Jonas Saalbach OneBeat Berlin

Immer in Bewegung. Heute veröffentlicht Jan Hertz ganz frisch seinen neusten Mix “Time To Love”, der gemeinsam mit seinem Label-Companion Rocko Garoni für Jonas Saalbach entstanden ist. Mit dem Mix bleiben die beiden Berliner dem Deep House Techno treu und lassen die Füße nicht still stehen. Rein hören unbedingt empfohlen!

Released by: symbiont-music play

Release date: 10. April 2014

Artwork: Format Ce 

Wer Lust auf mehr hat, kann sich gleich noch den kürzlich auf dem französischen Online-Magazin Felfelosophy veröffentlichten Podcast “Exclusive Podcast 006” runter laden.

“The man is keeping the groove and continue to expand his «schizophrenic» creativity skills. As lot of talented artist, Jan is constantly experimenting different way of creating without focusing on a proper musical style.”,

heißt es bei Felfelosophy – zu recht, wie wir von OneBeat findenJan veröffentlicht mit dem Podcast gleich eine Reihe bisher unveröffentlichter Remixe, wir sind begeistert, aber hört her:


1. Holy Other – In Difference
2. Gold Panda – Back Home
3. Four Tet – Love Cry (Joy Orbison Remix)
4. Uschi & Hans – 33 Degrees (Jan Hertz Remix)
5. Powel – I’m Talking Quietly
6. Miramode Orchestra – The Story Of The Fisherman (Jan Hertz Remix)
7. Nutia – Play On
8. Helmut – Holiday
9. Hauschka – Radar (Michael Mayer Remix)
10. Mathew Jonson – Body In Motion (Akufen Remix)
11. Michael Gracioppo – Creep (Recondite’s Blue Train Ride Remix) [feat. Wayne Tennant]
12. Karocel – It’s Me (Wareika’s Hot Summer Night Remix)
13. Avatism – Planetario (Feat. Mind Against)
14. Bon Homme – The Hill
15. Stephan Funkmann – Dünensand
16. Jonas Saalbach – Time to Love (Jan Hertz & Garoni Remix)
17. Parasite Single – You Know
18. We Need Cracks – Telescopium
19. Tom Trago – Lost In the Streets of NYC


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arrowOneBeat Podcast #3 by Jan Hertz

24.09.13 by Lukas


We’re proud to present our latest podcast 03 from our electronic music series by Berlin-based producer Jan Hertz, member of the OneBeat collective and part of the label Mischpoke Bln. Jan gains his inspiration from different electronic music styles between house, techno, electronica and idm as well as from classic rock and indie music. Here’s an eclectic deep selection mixed by Jan bringing those summer feelings back. May the sun be with us one more time. Thanks Jan!

Follow Jan Hertz on www.soundcloud.com/janhertz

Moderat – Clouded (Interlude)
Four Tet – Angel Echoes
Toro y Moi – Rose Quartz
Cascandy – Goodbye Darling
Fritz Kalkbrenner – Ruby Lee
Jonas Mantey – Sie ist Schön
Joasihno – Dream of a disappearing Friend (Vimes Remix)
Günther Lause – Spiralkiemer
Yoko Duo – Close these Curtains (Stimming Remix)
Minotaur Shock – Four Magpies
Rising Sun – Lift Up Your Faces (Julius Steinhoff Remix)
Lake People – Point In Time
Robert Heel – Die Quantifizierung der Irrelevanz (Jan Hertz Remix) (Demo)
Jan Hertz – Knuckle Beach (Demo)
Phonique – Vincent Prince
Computer – You Said
Chaim & JAW – Robots on Meth
Kyson – Remi (Sina Remix)
Pazul – Pace (Instrumental Version)
Fairmont – Pavilion
Nils Frahm – For

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arrowJan Hertz – Tenderfoot EP, out now on Mischpoke!

08.08.13 by Lukas


Released precisely today, OneBeat artist Jan Hertz debuts on the new label collective Mischpoke with his Tenderfoot EP. Congrats Jan, the 4 track EP has it all, from warm smooth mid-tempo tales to the techie peak time remix by Fuchsberg from Symbiont Music. Jan’s been busy and also published the first Mischpoke podcast with a broad selection of underground techno and a great summery vibe (below)!

Grab your copy on Beatport or Juno Download!
Catch Jan Hertz LIVE on the 17.08 at Sisyphos and 07.09 at Lupita.


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arrowJan Hertz & Robert Heel LIVE @ Lupita // 08.03

07.03.13 by Lukas


The boys from Mischpoke Berlin are back to Lupita tomorrow night. OneBeat artist Jan Hertz will be performing live alongside Rocko Garoni and Kombiteller on the decks. Robert Heel is in charge of the  opening of the night, he’ll be showing “Märchenstunde”, a “trippy, entertaining and informative live performance”. Robert was already featured with a light installation on one of our showcases at Brunnen70, the man’s got skills. We’ll leave you with Jan Hertz’s recent promo live set.. one great way to start the day.

Come early, Robert Heel starts at 23h. We’re looking forward to it!

Lupita at Kotti
Friday, 08.03.2013
23:00 3€
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