Trushmix 151:Cato Canari

Cato Canari is back to welcome the new year! In our now good tradition here on Trushmix!
Mr Canari will provide the sound to swings in the new year.The old is gone the new will come! 2020 here we come in full effect!
As always a mix full of surprises in true Cato style, UK dance sounds from the 90's, house, techno, commercial sounding tunes, deep grooves, and some fun stuff to keep the mood on top! A true mood mix as always! 100% from the top!
A perfect start of the year on Trush!
The new year is coming in full effect. And again, a better year for everybody we hope. And as always let's keep peace and unity in mind and let the good vibes take over for 2020! 100% and more!



Trushmix 150: DJ Fett Burger

Trushmix celebrates 150 mixes! And we do it with nothing else than style!
For this very special occasion it is a six hour live recording from DJ Fett Burger's own residency Moist Liquid Sunrise! The monthly Thursday club he resides at Paloma in Berlin.

A true trip odeo into the future of sound of the underground.
Starting with a long and easy buildup for the brain and going into rhythm.
Then we are in HOUSE! Disco and surprises, smashers and hits, to create the best grooves for the dancers that fill these Thursday nights with vibes and passion every Month!

Like always, the mixing is on the rougher side of life, in true Burger style.
Vinyl skips, misses and bops, overly passionate transitions. But always giving more than 100% for all of you that love music and underground DJ'ing, We do it for the MUSIC, we do it for love, openness, unity and we celebrate underground, dancing, positive vibes, creativity  and good style!

That's what Trushmix is about, and that's what Moist Liquid Sunrise is about!

Music is the key, love is the message!

Sincerely yours!

DJ Fett Burger


Trushmix 149: DJ Slyngshot

For Trushmix 149 we got special guest DJ Slyngshot outta Offenbach.
The house producer with the old-school hip hop attitude has made a one hour in the mix for us at Trush. A proper way to start the week and keep it going to the weekend!
Also DJ Slyngshot just released a new 12" on his label Yappin.
This time under the moniker Designer. Worth a check out for all the party people out there that think vinyl is cooler than mp3!
Enjoy this mix!



Trushmix 148: Øyvind Morken

Oslo's own Øyvind Morken is back with us at Trushmix. No need for further introduction of this guy. Still going strong with his weekly Jæger residence in Oslo, and doing his thing. DJ'ing!
This time Morken put together a one hour and a bit more of house and various music in the mix.  Going up and up in energy and mood, but keeping things in an old-school style.

Keep it real and simple! Enjoy one hour of Øyvind Morken in the mix!


Trushmix 147: Kompressorkanonen

Oslo underground man Kompressorkanoen is back again on Trushmix.
Another spot on mix from the avid record collector, passionate music head and under the radar secret party DJ!

This is another full on energy mix, techno, electro, acid, jungle and some classy rave elements. Mostly obscure old-school records. Mixed with 100 % style and amazing energy level! This is a mix for the books!

Enjoy another mix from the very top!

Rock it!


Trushmix 146: Tatjana

For Trushmix it's a real pleasure to have Tatjana back again. For her third Trush instalment she has made a pure 90's jungle and drum and bass mix. Non stop and pure quality from beginning till the end!

This mix is massive form an experienced collector and DJ!

Roll it from the top!

Enjoy Massive!


Trushmix 145. Mark Murphy

Trushmix 145 presents Mark Murphy straight outta Dublin!
The Flipside man serves up a house mix ready to go!
Over one hour of house music is life, that is the message.
Get ready for a vibey way to start your weekend!

Music form the top!


Dublin 23.08.19 Mark Murphy together with DJ Fett Burger will play
at Hang Dai in Dublin all night long. Come early, very limited tickets!
Do not miss out, or you miss out!


Trushmix 144: SJ Tequilla presents Teknobusker with Aaty Live

Trushmix 144 this time a live set, with SJ Tequilla's project Teknobusker.
A one hour live Acid session recorded at OHM 12.07.19 at the Grafiti Tapes party in Berlin.

Teknobusker is a acid project, where SJ Tequilla together with good friend Aaty do sporadic outdoor live sessions on the streets and subway stations of Berlin. Raw  303, 606 plus EFX and a lot of passion inn the mix!
This recording is their first club gig to date! And will  to be the last!

Check out some videos of Teknobusker live here:

Can you handle the Acid in the streets?


SJ Tequillas new 12" will be out on Shot OF T the next week!
SOT 303 will be in good record stores near you and online!
Bu sure not to miss it!


Trushmix 134: Ollie Koponen

Trushmix 143 this time with special guest from Helsinki. Record digger, house music spotter, DJ and nice guy Ollie Koponen! Providing a four hour mix for trush. A listening experience from beginning till the end. Easygoing start, old-school house, house, into a more early progressive and to trance sound, and ending on a high funky note.
Mr Koponen is always the man to spot the obscure house records when I meet him, and always a pleasure to exchange record and musical knowledge with him.
A perfect mix to give you the surprises and summer fun!
Music from the top once again!


Trushmix 142 - Camdaze

Trushmix 142 back on track. This time San Francisco resident Camdaze, part of party crew Bruhaha and local to local DJ.
Also the man who saved the Burger man big time with NY friends and living in the night connection. Massive!
Here, an hour plus mix into the groove from the SF man. House music with a mellow touch, a west coast thing some would say. Perfect for a evening listen, for a car ride, or even when working on a computer!
Enjoy to the top!


Trushmix 141: Finn Johannsen

Finn Johannsen is back on Trush for his yearly dub, reggae, dancehall and Jamaican musical exursion! Better than good as always. Over five hours to enjoy from beginning till the end!
Music from the top as always!


Trushmix 140: Telephones

Telephones is back for his third mix at Trushmix. And we are happy for that!
A mix in the world of house in the style of the Telephone man. A listening pleasure and a groovy affair. With several tracks from the man himself, from his two last releases on the brand new label European Carryall.
Telephones now in the making and soon to release the third record on his label! Busy these days revitalising his old productions with a new and up to date sound and adding the extra good vibe and twist. Exciting and productive times.

Enjoy this mix as always!

Great music from the top!


Trushmix 139: Madteo

Trushmix 139 presents Italian to New York eccentric Madteo. A man who needs no further introduction. Known for his unique take on production and sound. non  conformist, curious and always on the look out for one dollar bin records, in the various markets and second hand stores in the streets of Queens, NY.
Madteo has become a master digger for very cheap but exciting records.
And this time he provides an all in jazz mix.

Enjoy! Music from the top!


Trushmix 138: PST

Trushmix 138 with Porn Sword Tobacco in the mix! A one hour special music quality trip by the Swedish producer, hardware studio man, record collector and selector.
A maximum vibe mix, genre blending experience. Dub, roots, old-school dance hall, funk, oriental sounds, disco, jungle and more. Never predictable, always exciting and quality from beginning till the end.

Music from the top by a top guy!
In the mix!



Trushmix 137: Paula Tape

For Trushmix 137 we welcome Paula Tape! Chilean now Milano based artist and DJ has made an one hour and two minute slo-mo, eighties, chugging to the left keep the energy high and dance to the house mix, for this edition of trush! This makes it a perfect mix to play every day a week, especially before the house party starts, and also good for a groove now that the spring kicks in on this side of the planet.

Music from the top as always! Check it out for real!


May the 3rd 2019!

Paula Tape alongside Kennedy and Fett B will play the one and same party at Claire in Amsterdam. Be sure to get your tickets now, so you don't miss out, or else you'll start to cry!

3rd of May
Claire in Amsterdam!


Trushmix 136: Kennedy

Trushmix 136 in the house! Amsterdam's own Kennedy dishes up a nice one hour down to the chill-organic percussive to house mix. A great way to start this week. No blue Monday just house Monday! It will make you feel good and give energy!

Kennedy has his regular show at Red light Radio in Amsterdam, plays wax at Redlight Light Records check that out, and a full time member of the Music for Memory crew, also he is producing music, that will be out on wax and DJ'ing regular around the clubs and pubs!

A real pleasure!

Music form the top! Hope you enjoy!


Trushmix 135: Amichay Matyas

Trushmix 135 with special guest Amichay. Tel Aviv's own in the mix for two hours! Mr Amichay, behind the label Bauhaus, and just ended his ten year long residency at the Bloc. Now operating around different venues, and in the mix like a proper resident DJ in the house!
I had the pleasure to play after him and meet him in Tbilisi, then he offered a pure down to earth perfectly live mixed house set.
On Trush, he delivers a real proper balearic set, early nineties grooves, street soul, hip hop infused tunes, and some dash of house, plus more. Easy going, laid back, and groovy.

Thanks for another great mix on Trush!
Music from the top as always!


Trushmix 134: Double Dancer

Trushmix 134 with Rebound Lounge boy Double Dancer!

Happy to have him here for his first ever Trushmix entry. It comes in shape of a live recording from the excellent Tuff Disco party at Noon in Osaka 13th October 2018. This was the last stop of the Underground tour in Japan together with  SJ Tequilla and DJ Fett Burger.

A fast full on party mix so hold on to your hat. Good vibes all the way and party lasted all night and more. Go fast or go home! Or as they say in Japan! Psychooooooooooo!

Party music form the top! Enjoy!


This Thursday Moist Liquid Sunrise with DJ Fett Burger and Double Dancer
at Paloma in Belin. In residence all night long with the best music possible!
Be sure not to miss out.

Moist Liquid Sunrise
With DJ Fett Burger and Double Dancer
Thursday 28th of February 2019
Paloma, Berlin


Trushmix 133: DJ Candle In THe Wind

Trushmix 133 with no other than original underground mastermind DJ Candle In The Wind, from Helsinki Finland! We are very happy to have him in the mix! As
always truly original style with more personality then any others out there.
Mr Candle or as he is better known as Vilunki 3000, has been heavy involved in and in the forefront of almost everything in Helsinki's underground scene the last 20 years. Multiple bands, Radio shows at Radio Helsinki, and not to forget an endless amount of design work, posters, flyers, record sleeves magazines, T-shirts etc.
Voted as designer of the year in Finland in 2017. And with out doubt one of the worlds absolute best and most original visual designers ever! With his truly unique style, drawings and humor, a lot based in local community and the Finish language. An uttermost inspirational artist in every way. 1000% and more.

In the mix, a live recording from Tanner Bar in Helsinki, half of the mix made without proper working headphones. Sliding through genres and styles, a lot of Finish music, and obscure tunes. A special listening experience for sure.

1000% and more! Roll it! From the top of the pops!



Trushmix 132: Vakho

Trushmix 132. With Vakho!
The man know for operating the Tbilisi based multi operation, label and record-store Vodkast. Spreading the good vibes and connecting Tbilisi's underground music scene with the rest of the world.
He made a great selected mix for us here at Trush. Starting off easygoing and transfers into deep organic, esoteric wave based modern to old disco in house. With a slow chug vibration in the mix.

An absolute listening experience for a great start to an amazing night.

Check it out folks!


Saturday 2nd of February.
Vodkast Records party in Tbilisi.
Vakho, Zurkin and DJ Fett Burger in the mix
At Bassiani, Horoom

Be there and not be square!


Trushmix 131: Giovanni Turiaco

For Trushmix 131 we have a special interesting mix by Italian DJ, former record store owner and deep music digger Giovanni Turiaco from Padova. And exciting musical peek into old-school Italian club culture, during the mid eighties till early nineties, when Italy had a strong, influential and also a very interesting period of electronic music and strong club scene, with the super clubs providing a room for an experimental approach, but yet danceable party culture for the bigger masses. Before it all went away. Giovanni Turiaco was part of this and playing alongside the big ones from that era. But he never went along the later commercial club scene, he kept it underground and his passion for good music, deep digging and vinyl never faded away.

A long but interesting introduction by New York residing Italian Madteo. A great and informative read!Thanks to Madteo for providing this mix and also writing a letter for Trush!

Pure Enjoyable mix!

*Sound quality is unfortunately not perfect. But hope you still enjoy this mix!*


I stopped buying vinyl soon after CD's became The Thing in the mid to late 80's and since moving to the USA in the early 90's it took me until the end of that decade to start digging for records on vinyl again. In many ways my approach to digging and love for certain eras of records is rooted in that fact that I did not buy any records from the late 80’s to late 90’s. A ten year hole which correspond to the most important decade for the development of electronic dance music. I love finding old disco, house, techno or even pop records I danced to so much from that magic era in the Veneto and Emila-Romagna regions after-hours but also songs I heard from the radio while staying at my grandfather’s house while my aunts did house chores. That mission to find those same tracks, whether pop or underground hits-not-really-hits comes likely from an unconscious innate desire to melancholically tracing and reliving my own childhood and teenage years by getting my hands to these recordings which soundtracked so many days, nights and 48hrs straight of provincial weekend hedonism. It also helped me realise that many of the records I danced to in the clubs from 90 to 93 were not all from the US, England or other foreign places as I assumed but were actually Made in Italy. In the past few years I was able to experience a live set by Giovanni Turiaco with his 8 to 10 crates where I could see him disappearing into his records crates to pick his next cut with which to create a flawless blend every couple of minutes. What I find invigorating about DJ’s’ like him is that their knowledge of music is so much wider than the typical holds on records histories dance DJ’s have of funk, disco, then electro, hip hop, house, techno etc.  I can't count how many times I'll be putting a house or techno record on his deck and all it took would be one maximum two bars for him to spot the sample used to build that track with. Safe to say most of them I would not know. My only excuse for not knowing them, even after three decades plus of buying music, is that at least I didn't grow up in a record store and neither my dad nor grandpa were avid record buyers, let alone merchants.


Giovanni Turiaco is a third generation music merchant from Padova, Veneto where both his father and grandfather owned record shops, first his grandpa in 1957 opened the shop “I Boss del Disco” then his father his “Dischi Arcella” 1962, around Giovanni’s birth.  The shop closed the day before Christmas of 2012 and Giovanni practically grew up in, working in the shop along his father, literally all his life till his passing weeks before the shop’s closing. His dad was also a local Radio DJ and a photographer who did passport and ID photos in the shop. Although dance music was the specialty, they sold a wide range of sounds. Including popular music, CD comps etc.

I re-discovered the shop 10 years ago and visited him regularly, eagerly and happily every time I was in Padova visiting family. I visited the shop for the last 4-5 years of its life. But I’ve been visiting as often and as eagerly his attic of his home where he lets me listen to and buy some of the old stock filling a 5m high wall to wall library of records.
What I love about it is that its an hodgepodge of many different genres and eras, and they got shuffled heavily so every stack he hands me can have huge varieties, altho mainly within the ‘dance floor’ range.
It often happen that while there I see a record sitting close by the deck that looks ‘rich’, very curious, so I would put it on, be blown away since it more often than not consists of records I wouldn't easily categorise, even today where we have books with titles like : “Appetite for Definition : The A to Z Guide to Rock Genres” Or maybe shoulda been “Sub-Genres”. But back to the obscure records I sometimes pick from the  “wrong pile” and put on the deck : they’re Giovanni’s ‘personals’, stuff that can be rare but whatever they are they are connected by a thread, and defining that thread can be as elusive as said records sound stronger, deeper, trippier, and slower than the gamut of dance music genres and sub-genres. In such an event he would usually runs to tell me : “ No not that one that’s mine !”   So I put it back in that ‘wrong’ pile , his pile, the secret-not-so-secret pile that he’s not gonna sell, ever!

In the history of that niche DJ specialist music digging sub-culture, and short lived “scene” known variably as Afro-Funky but more widely known as Cosmic, there are a few names who always get mentioned by the connoisseur and casual fans alike Daniele Baldelli and Beppe Loda, the only two DJ’s of that era who have enjoyed a decades delayed profile boost in the international DJ circuit. Others like Claudio Moz-Art Rispoli have had a prolific career as producers of classic Italian House and sundry other projects thru the decades, some quite successful. Turiaco’s has worked in the studio with a few regular collaborators but is mostly known as a local DJ and passionate records archivist who started age 13 in 1975 playing proto-disco funk cuts from the likes of Jimmy Castor, Bohannon etc..  By 1979, when most DJs played upbeat disco, Turiaco, like Moz-Art, Baldelli, TBC, Ebreo etc. played from a much larger and more adventurous pool of sounds. He was a resident at historic Padova discotheque, local Afro Club and former cinema the Boomerang Club from 1979 to 87. After a few years playing at a different venue by the early 90s he was diving deep into Brasilian sounds, took record digging trip to Brazil for many years billing himself as Joao Bahia but his input and often uncredited ‘assists’ given by his vast knowledge of anything funky made it so that his and his father’s shop “Dischi Arcella” was one of those go-to places for local and out of town Dj’s passing thru.
After over a decade of playing Brasilian sounds, from the jazz fusion of Azymouth to MPB, Bahia’s Tropicalia, Forro', Axe etc.. in the late 2000s early 2010s he decided to bring back the original Afro-Funky sound from his days as resident at Boomerang Club.. As far as I know, he is the only DJ from that era and that style who’s been doing 100% vinyl sets. And given that LP cuts are the bulk of his sets he’s used to bring an average of 8 to 10 full crates of records for 3 hour sets when he does his Afro G.T. Tours.

As a creative collaborator he’s worked in the studio of producers known as the Smania Brothers and another Padova radio DJ and producers called Christian Hornbostel. Not the type of artist to aim fame and fortune, Giovanni, while behind the counter at his shop with his dad, has given ideas for productions to a number of DJ’s and producers who only acknowledged his input by hints in naming their projects, like Don Pablo’s Animals or J.T. & the Big Family. Don Pablo was Giovanni’s dad’s nickname, J.T. stood for Joao Turiaco and The Big family meant their Dischi Arcella shop family enterprise. Frustratingly his name does not appear on those records credits but with the Smania Brothers around 2000 he produced an upbeat Brasilia-infused Latin house record with live guitar titled “Voices of Los Angeles” under the alias JOSMA (As in Joao + Smania). The Afro Cosmic era and its deep digging torchbearers have been written about by specialist publications like Brooklyn based Wax Poetics which did a long feature on it back in ’05 in their issue #12 although as usual it focused on the story of Daniele Baldelli, the Baia degli Angeli club in the Romagna Riviera and then Baldelli’s residency at a new venue on the shores of Lake Garda called Cosmic Club.

If you want to get in touch with him here’s his email : joao.bahia(a)tiscali.net