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Ever since Artificial Moves, the first record under his own name, Vlad Arapasu took us by surprise with every cut he released. Same techy grooves, going deep into industrial sounds, have brought Vlad...
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Every now and then, when I get hit by some blue vocoders, filtered through metallic echo, one name pops into my mind: Basic Channel Few record labels come close to the status of being both influentia...
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With its calm pace, friendly inhabitants and the overall bourgeois vibe, Brussells seems like the perfect city from where the EU leaders can watch over the prosperity of our old and sometimes too cons...
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Too slippery and it could ruin your beatmatching. Too adherent and it could ruin your records. From time to time we become aware of the importance slipmats have in our vinyl setup, especially if we're...
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There is a strange connection between the loopy minimal house that’s buzzing around in the underground for a few years now and the beatless faded melodies that describe the ambient genre: they both...
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Batz and Borac know each other since forever. And their most beloved project, RotoPerCutoR, is nothing more than their common passion for collecting and playing good music on wax. By good music we mea...
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Yeah, we know it best: there's a jungle of record labels that have chosen to release exclusively on vinyl, all of them with amazing music! Yet, the budget to be spent on fresh wax is limited, even if...
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Regardless if you talk about some French pop from the 80s', some obscure 70s' funk music recorded on 7" records or mellow jazz made in Russia, the music collected on vinyl by Vlad Oscar has one thing...
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With billions of stream plays and millions of albums sold all over the world, it looks like hip hop is living its best times. Artists like Drake, Niky Minaj or Kendrick Lamar are followed by legions o...
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10 years ago I was caught in the deep house x tech house blend broadcasted on deepmix.ru. At that time, Andrey Pushkarev was the resident DJ of the Russian online radio station, the moment his name st...
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Anywhere you look, be it cars, snickers, headphones or notebooks, there is always a legendary product. Put this statement into the turntable world and everyone will point to one iconic device: the fam...
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After a long, hard working day and a proper meal, time to step into your favourite slippers, enjoy a glass of your usual vice and spend some time with your precious record collection, displayed nicely...
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Sometimes you feel like you had enough 4/4 beats bleeding from your turntables. Maybe it’s time for something smooth and silky, that kind of groove only downtempo is capable to bring down on your co...
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Beyond the agitated political context that tore Ukraine in many pieces in the last years, electronic music has proven to be a common language that caught our attention when looking to the Eastern part...
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You know it's going to be a classic when your design changes so little in so many years. Take the VW Beetle, for example: the car that rejuvenated the German post war society has kept its iconic shape...
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Deep House. Two words that were usually used to tag that type of electronic music with a special groove, impossible to describe in other words yet easy to feel it. Sometimes it is that Rhodes piano gi...
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Adam Longman Parker aka Afriqua is that kind of guy you’ll spend hours talking about music, regardless of genres, years or format. Afriqua received an extensive training in classical piano from a yo...
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There’s something unexplainable attractive when it comes to the eerie dusty atmosphere created around us every time we listen to dub techno.   With thick basslines originated in the dub culture, re...
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At some point in your journey through the realms of electronic music you feel the need to go deeper, to discover what the artists are using as inspiration to create timeless pieces of music, to unders...
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Living with your increasingly growing passion for records can turn itself into a crowdy business sometimes: records stacked all over your apartment, taking all the free space even in the kitchen, acum...
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With deep connections into Romania's underground culture and his unique meditative sound patterns entangled into simple and effective percussions, it's no wonder that Vincentiulian has released on lab...
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It's pretty difficult not to fall in love with Andu Simion's house textures, with cosmic themed chords engraved into his unique percussions, sometimes uber techy, sometimes deeply minimal. With releas...
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Ever been down the discogs.com spiral, jumping from record label to record label, from artist to artist and from vendor to vendor, adding a countless number of vinyl pieces to your wantlist and waitin...
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Every now and then you need to give yourself some time to relax and go into a introspective mood. For this reason we prepared a special ambient & experimental record selection, in our stocks for t...
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We thought of bringing a bit of grace and smoothness behind our decks so we started a fresh new series entitled "Girls Love Vinyl". Obviously, it's about girls and their passion for records, regardles...
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Be it under his Funk E alias or a variety of weirdly funny monickers, like Marvin Gain, Laurentiu has managed to push his lively take on tech house on the underground dance floors around the world. Ap...
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Yup, time for yet another crate digging session. This time we challenged Kashawar to reveal some of his favourite vinyl gems. You may know this guy from his amazing releases for labels like Autorepl...
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When he's behind the decks playing music, our good friend Kosta has this habit of walking our electronic souls from the sunny highways of house music to the jazzier back alleys. Don't take our word...
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We all love the long nights, when our emotions where driven into the deep lands of house & techno with the help of Arapu’s magical sets.Now it’s time to meet our friend’s alternate music...
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What's a more delightful experience for the music lover in you than taking a sneak peak into the DJs record collections for some nice gems? :)So, to mark up this year's Record Store Day we made up...
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Here is one of those rare occasions we were allowed to take a sneak peak onto one of our favourite record collectors that still sticks to his rules of buying vinyl to touch the vastness of the electr...
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Yeah, here is that smell of enthusiasm again floating in the air as a whole year of good music is lying in front of our eyes and in this particular case into our ears! :)So let’s buckle up for t...
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Some of the best moments at Misbits Record Shop are when our favourite artists spend countless hours squatting over our record crates and smiling, tired and happy, after they found a few records tha...
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First and foremost, a true DJ is a an avid record collector. It's not just about entertaining the crowds, it's about the hard work (if we can name it work :D) of digging out records from dusty crates...
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Celebrating the loooong nights spent digging into discogs.com virtual crates we thought it will be nice to show you 3 of our favourite records listed on Misbits’ Discogs account, an account filled w...
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Yeah, we know, not everybody buys records to carry them around and spin them in front of techno hungry crowds. Some of us buy vinyl for their home listening pleasures: sitting comfortably in your favo...
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Vinyl records have a life of their own: they break, warp, wear from playing them a lot or collect dust and dirt. But maybe that’s why we love them so much :) Now it’s time to show them a bit of l...
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Here, at Misbits Record Shop, we like summer. No, wait, actually we LOVE summer! The sheer pleasure of taking plunges into cool pools, the thrills of wakeboard riding, the satisfaction of crawling our...
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How to find your place in the ever expanding electronic music universe than constantly searching for new sounds & visions and trying to understand and accept even the oddest forms of audio trips f...
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Once a year a huge chunk of Arthur Verona street, hidden somewhere downtown Bucharest, between a coquette interbellic park and a dusty boulevard, is taken over by people. From skilful craftsmen, archi...
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If you’re a searching for the music quality rather than the hype at parties usually go under the radar, chances are you danced to Paul Popa’s selection for a few times. Avid collector and passiona...
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To understand the whole beauty of house music you have to embrace its hip hop roots. Borac started exploring electronic music from its ones and zeros, mixing and scratching hip hop tunes since 2000. G...
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A longtime record collector, UFe started his love affair with the mixing decks around 15 years ago. Now counting around 2000 12 inches and some 500 7 inches records, you can imagine the amount of fun...
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16 years from his debut as a DJ at some underground raves in Sibiu, his hometown, we found Jay Bliss launching the third release of his very own record label, Stomping Grounds, and also preparing a ne...
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Around 1889 this guy named Emile Berliner created these lateral-cut discs that served as a recording medium for sound. Yeah, they had a shitty quality and were mostly used for toys or weird hi tech st...
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As we’re celebrating 3 years since we sold the first record at Misbits Record Shop, we thought of finding out a bit more about our friends & customers from different corners of the world so we c...
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If you own a few pieces of vinyl then you’ve already experienced the mixed feelings in your love affair with records: the joy of finding some rare but a bit damaged records during your prolonged cra...
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Andrei Nechifor aka Batz started to develop his vinyl addiction years ago, supporting MCs and B-boys with his scratching and beatjuggling skills. The RotoPerCutoR project became his means of expressi...
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