The death of my brother. Unfortunately a drug overdose. The title ‘Knowing’ and the repetitive lyrics I sing ‘I could have known” can be interpreted in many ways though, and that’s why I love making music. The artwork is a painting by Mum – Gilles Bernies.
It has been a big 2019 for us and now it is time for a well earned break. We hope you are having a great holiday season and have a happy and safe New Year. Thanks for all your support and we look forward to joining you in 2020!
We sign off the year with Heath Renata’s remix of Market Memories ‘A Good One’. Without question our biggest release of the year, Heath’s summer vibes remix has been a feature of his morning sets at Melbourne institute Tramp bar.
Never wavering in his mission to push song and dance beyond the conventions of genre, Mike’s taste is broad and doesn’t stick to one sound. His music takes on otherworldly tones and textures, bending mood and energy, with both drive and melody.
Deep and emotive at the core, Feelin’ Good & Keep Dreamin’ meander through states of contemplation, determination and euphoria. Unafraid to blur his own boundaries, Mike’s bold march towards the ultimate experience is evident in this wonderfully written and produced two track EP, delivering what we think is his most exciting, compelling and defining release to date. Mount Mike 2020, watch his space.
Market Memories debut track ‘A Good One’ continues to rock party goers around the world. Support from Patrick Topping, Camelphat, Christoph and Rex The Dog saw the pair’s music played at some of the biggest European festivals, clubs and radio networks including Tomorrowland, Kappa Futur Festival, DC10, Glastonbury & BBC Radio 1. Market Memories followed up with two track EP ‘The Charm’. Offering us a deeper insight into their sound, our attention is directed to a more intimate and emotive state, while still maintaining a powerful and driving dance floor presence.
The E.P’s lead track ‘The Charm’ is remixed here by Elliot Adamson, the super-prolific producer from North East England who has flexed his muscles on labels like Weapons, Me, Me Me, Edible Beats and Hot Creations as well as Melbournite Rory Marshall who showcases his very own style of late night house music.
Still sitting in the ARIA Top 50 Club Charts after 14 weeks, Market Memories debut track ‘A Good One’ continues to rock party goers around the world. Support from Patrick Topping, Camelphat, Christoph and Rex The Dog saw the track played at some of the biggest European festivals, clubs and radio networks including Tomorrowland, Kappa Futur Festival, DC10, Glastonbury & BBC Radio 1.
Market Memories follow up is two track EP The Charm. Offering us a deeper insight into their sound, our attention is directed to a more intimate and emotive state, while still maintaining a powerful and driving dance floor presence.
The Charm immediately conjures a familiar sense of hypnotic intensity and energy. Its catchy rhythmic lead synth and intriguing female vocal tell the story of the night. A well executed arrangement ensures a wave of appreciation over the chordal exposition before dropping back into the serious body moving elements.
It feels like you are at an open air festival or a half moon jungle party on Koh Phangan as birds, toms and shakers set the mood for Two Good. The swell of emotion rises quickly into a thematic interplay as Bells and Acid exchange the lead Motiv role. As the track builds momentum a sense of freedom and good will washes over and reminds us that life is indeed too good 😉 Much love MM xx
Gilles Bernies’ debut release ‘Abstract’ captured the attention of some notable DJ’s and tastemakers around the world. Argentina’s premier online radio station Futur Rock dropped ‘Abstract’ on their “Argentina Electronica’ Program while the release featured in the Beatport Hype Melodic House & techno Hype Charts.
His next release is a two tracker which defines another chapter in his musical journey. ‘Signals’ is a powerful melodic track that washes you away into a dream like state. A wonderfully warm and balanced composition with more space in between sounds, the track recedes into a magical breakdown from which the melody emerges. ‘Breakwater’ is almost tribal in nature, both epic and bold. Gilles atmospheric vocals cry out in the background conjouring an almost mystical presence from within.