JetLagDigital label from Germany

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Last night I searched the term “DJ” on Twitter and returned approximately 350 pages of profiles containing the term. I ended up adding about 150 or so new follows to my Twitter profile. One of them was Hyline, a DJ, radio presenter and A&R Manager at Jetlag Digital, an all-digital progressive house label based in Germany.

They’ve got a great roster of global progressive house DJs, including the legendary Trance producer/DJ, Taucher (Germany), as well as Killfish (Spain), Facundo Romano (Argentina), Nacho Casco (Argentina), Federico Manachesi (Argentina) and Tobia Hoppe from Germany).

Taucher and Hyline host a radio show on every 4th Thursday.

Shane – The Arrival is the first EP release from Jetlag Digital, with mixes from Killfish and Facundo Romano.

The Original and Extended mixes are house driven with a haunting female vocal that has a bit of a romantic middle eastern twist to it. Killfish brightens the levels a bit with a progressive mix and Facundo Romano takes it frighteningly deep and dark, for a late night sounds that is sure to send chills up any clubbers spine. A nice first EP from Jetlag, who associate their music with the sounds of global travel–sans the name, Jetlag. Check it out at
Jetlag Digital 01 - The Arrival

Track Listing:

Shane – The Arrival (Original Mix)
Shane – The Arrival (Extended Mix)
Shane – The Arrival (Killfish Remix)
Shane – The Arrival (Facundo Romano Remix)

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