A few months ago the Emues blog wrote about this new producer Slackin’ Beats. Read what Maja said about the young, Swedish producer here.
With his Jersey Club-influensed sound, Slackin’ Beats has made fresh remixes of already great tracks such as Mack Beats – ”Lägg dig ner” and Destinys Child – ”Cater 2 U”.
Today he released a video teaser with the caption: ”Make Love EP and the video to Make Love out soon!! / SLACKIN”
We look forward to see the result of an EP that he describes as a ”soulful trip thru instrumental hip hop-beats”.
Meanwhile, take a look at the video teaser below.
I want to hear and see more of this guy, so shouldn’t we book him together? Do you want to have Slackin’ Beats DJ at your club?
Make it happen, by following these three steps:
Sign in to Emues.com using Facebook or your email and click ‘Suggest new concert’
Once the suggestion is accepted by Slackin’ Beats and the venue, buy your ticket and start promoting the potential gig to other fans and friends
When enough tickets are sold the gig is booked and successfully financed!
Don’t be shy, contact us if you have any questions.
Funked Up played live at the Emues Showcase in November 2013 at Mitt Möllan in Malmö, Sweden. Funked Up have been dear friends of the Emues Crew since Emues took its first steps a few years back. The band has been booked by the people through Emues several times, and in this video and interview, they tell us a bit more about their experience with Emues.
KICK-START is a live music club in Malmö, Sweden, that showcases the best up and coming local bands. The club has enabled many strong acts to take the stage throughout the years, including The Ark, Sahara Hotnights, MF/MB, Tingsek, and many more. This spring, KICK-START will be engaging fans to take part in booking some of the best, new, local bands around, through Emues.
In other words, KICK-START is inviting YOU to be a part of ensuring bands get to play live at Babel, Malmö, for an audience that loves them.
The KICK-START season premier is this Thursday, February 27th, at Babel, with Stars in Coma, Poplöst, The Camisards and The Valottes. The latter two bands have been successfully booked by the people through Emues! Don’t miss out, and get your tickets here. Below is the whole season’s line up.
2013 passed quickly, as we’ve worked to expand our network, strengthen our internal processes, gain partners for the year ahead, and just have a lot of fun. The events below are listed chronologically – the numbers don’t necessarily indicate order of importance.
1. Poplöst & Funked Up at Babel
2013 kicked off with an amazing show completely crowdfunded by fans through Emues with Poplöst and Funked Up.
Emues was thrilled to be one of the finalists at midemlab, where the Emues Crew had the possibility to pitch the Emues business model for business partners and investors at midem, the world’s music market in Cannes, France at the end of January 2013. Markus, Founder of Emues explains:
We want to put millions of people in the position to book concerts, shows, gigs and tours around the world, focusing on the live music experience. We want artists to be able to perform wherever they have fans without any geographical boarders and financial risks. We want to make the live music business fun, transparent and cost-efficient.
Emues.com is an open social platform connecting artists, venues and audience by providing a service to set up, promote and sell live music events on their own terms. Emues.com enables anyone to suggest, promote and book live music events through crowd-funding and customer-driven models to secure successful tours and shows for all parties. Emues brings you the opportunity to decide who’s on stage in what city and when, utilizing brilliant open-source technologies and social networks that you enjoy.
Midem was also a fun space for us to meet many new and interesting people.
3. Diving with Malaysian Super Star and Hitting KL’s Underground Scene
Emues crew did Southeast Asia, and had a great time in Kuala Lumpur, the bustling and hip capital city of Malaysia. Markus hit the underground scene in KL, and among other locations, digged hip hop at The Venue.
Oh, and did we mention that we had the chance to go diving Riz Zaizizi, winner of Malaysian Idol? We’ll keep you posted when the video is released (yes, it will be broadcast on Malaysian national tv).
2013 has been a year of hard, hard work, but it was wonderful to invite our intern Maja Goffe on board! This DJ extraordinaire and comms girl made a fabulous entry into the Emues Crew in 2013 and has contributed with a lot of great work. Read Maja’s blog posts here!
Minc Malmö is the hub for innovators and entrepreneurs in Malmö, Sweden, one of the world’s most innovative cities. It has been an honor being a part of Minc and it’s a fabulous place for an office. Our Founder, Markus, is now hanging on the wall of Minc Malmö, although he’s not there in person, he’s sending y’all a friendly “hello” and “go for it!”.
CMJ Music Marathon takes over New York City every year as the most important showcase festival in the world, with over 1400 bands playing around the city in 5 days and nights. Emues hit the streets this year and attended several gigs during CMJ. Read Julia’s post with 2 of her highlights.
9. New York City
Besides Social Good Summit, Global Citizen Festival and CMJ, we spent some great weeks in New York City. Yes, it is the best city in the world.
At the end of the year, Emues arranged a showcase, with 3 local bands (Funked Up, Anna Jadéus and tontine) at MittMöllan – a hip marketplace in the middle of Malmö, Sweden. Photographer Inez Dawczyk took some fabulous photos.
We’ve been asking folks where they find their new music inspiration online, so we thought we’d create a mini-blog series to share their Swedish blog tips with you! (Did you miss the first post, featuring Martin Thörnkvist? Check it out.)
Ladyfest Malmö holds the mic
Next up in our “What’s bloggin’ in Sweden?”-series is Ladyfest Malmö – a feminist cultural association that promotes gender equality within music, culture and the arts. Ladyfest is a global movement, with groups of activists in cities around the world, working to ensure that women get as much representation as men in the local and global cultural landscape. Follow these ladies on Facebook and Instagram.
Emelie Veide of Ladyfest Malmö shares her destinations for her online new Swedish music shot (originally written in Swedish):
On Thursday this week, Emues is hosting a showcase in Malmö, Sweden featuring three amazing local bands and fabulous Konstprettton will DJ. You’ll have the opportunity to learn more about Emues – we’ll be there to answer any questions you may have about booking your dream concert, how it works, and how to mobilize your friends or fans to make it happen!