Break the Silence Event-extended!

Editors' Picks

Probably Shouldn't

by: J.Lang
J.Lang mixes super dry drums and pumps up the bass in Mr. Yesterdays track. All the sudden it becomes a hip hop funk with a super smooth sax and super cool and decently used e-piano. Tap tap makes the foot. Funk it.
Siobhan Dakay

The Reuse of Noise (Angel Mix)

Magical downtempo trip-hop spoken word featuring vocals by SackJo22 and samples by Reusenoise. Siobhan Dakay’s pristine mix is an emotionally mesmerizing odyssey…
Kara Square


Light and lovely ambient lullaby. Airtone’s instrumental remix of mwic is an absolutely perfect soundtrack for film or games.
Kara Square

Spies' Girls

This remix will make your Camry feel like a Austin Martin. A must for your James Bond playlist.

Material girl

I’m digging Material Girl. It’s got a beat and a rhythm that’s quiet infectious. From nodding along to the beat to eventually get up and dancing around the room (while my dog looks at me thinking I’ve gone crazy).
This is good stuff!
Mana Junkie


Snowflake’s Beautiful voice and great samples from Apoxode makes this a powerful combination. Powerful message, we all need to Unify.
Play Unify

Year dot

Reiswerk knows how to play the accordeon. Since years he is doing magick with that instrument and with the Song from Robert Warrington it all the sudden sounds like theater piece played in a bar in Paris. Wonderful and a must listen
Siobhan Dakay

Clock - Black to the Night

In this dynamic and richly developed electronic remix, Scomber’s vocals come to life admidst shimmering arpeggios, a funky drumbeat, and backing vocals from Fronz Arp. Best moment is arguably when the hypnotic, engulfing bassline peaks.

Oh, Love

BAM! TRF combines a classic vocal with session quality musicianship and Nashville/Galveston quality production to produce this radio ready hit. The in-the-pocket groove is an infectious soundstage for Lynn’s wonderful song.


Come Inside

A magical Europop journey indoors from the cold. Clear and smooth, Snowflake hews all the rough edges off Cold Ears, adds a spectacular set of backing vocals (from herself, Kara Square, and spinningmerkaba), and takes us on a dreamy lyrical trip through the great indoors.
Admiral Bob

Kalte Ohren ( Remix )

Dysfunction_AL floats Kara Square’s invitation to “come inside” over masterful use of Kalte Ohren’s stems. Listeners and dancers alike are enticed to navigate a journey that at times is exquisitely enticing, and at others hints at the dangers of the night.

I'll Never Grow Old

Highly danceable house track. Leading with a Snowflake promo, Tarida Gaol takes us into this elegant house production featuring the vocals of kizzylotus. Though the subject matter is about coping with loss, the track is about bringing people together through dance.

Soul Searching

Folk ballad in the vein of Johnny Cash. With the tender string work of Aussens@iter as accompaniment, Radioontheshelf shares this deeply touching and romantic ballad. Universal in its message, let this touch your heart and lift your spirit.


by: Dagon
Dynamic synthpop with a rock attitude! Let Dagon take you on an EDM journey from synthpop to trance, featuring the vocals of Dirk Hackenberg, Vera, and Gerd Kohlmeier. Keep this one on repeat, you won’t be disappointed!
Play Kiss

Black Butterflies Bleeding

Dan Mantau’s musical collaboration with Stefan Kartenberg and Ivan Chew is an acoustic guitar driven pop rock wall of sound that delivers an excellent rendition of Minwen’s Ballad of Black Butterflies.