Mia Grobelny // Electronique Podcast

Mia Grobelny has a new podcast up on Italy's Electronique following the recent mix she made for Forward. Continuing to showcase her fluidity and grace, this mix keeps many of the tracks a secret.

In the meantime, those in Berlin can still catch her on a weekly basis at Panke on Wednesdays. She's also gigging frequently around Europe + Asia, and will be returning to Moscow to play at Gagarin Club on June 4th. If you are interested in this flightshare, please get in touch with - enjoy!

Mia Grobelny // Electronique Podcast, May 2011 by ForwardManagement


Video: Roberto Bosco (w/ Ben Klock) from Turin, 30 Apr 2011

At the end of April, Roberto Bosco played with Ben Klock at Savana Potente in Turin, Italy. Being a huge success, pictures and video are starting to spill out from the party, and below is the first look - enjoy!




D-Node 118 : Droid Behavior Podcast By Roberto Bosco

Roberto Bosco also hit hard last week with a new podcast for Droid Behavior in Los Angeles. D-Node 118 is part of a mix series by the West coast powerhouse that has brought the talents of Dustin Zahn, Jonas Kopp and Taimur Agha of Blkmarket in the recent past. Starting off with Paperclip People's Basic Channel reshape and straight into Gys' "Beep" from Zer0gsounds, it goes on to show a deep, dubbier side of Bosco, who is known more and more for his versatility as a producer, remixer and DJ.

You can listen to the podcast below, or download it via Droid's website, which includes a tracklist and Roberto's thoughts on a selected few of them.


Roberto Bosco Playing With Ben Klock In Turin (April 30th)

This Saturday, Roberto Bosco will be playing with Ben Klock at Chalet for Savana Potente. SV is the best party in northern Italy to hear the likes of Berghain + Panorama Bar residents, as well as the likes of Visionquest, Loco Dice, Roberto Hood, etc. Be sure to keep an eye out for pictures and follow-up!

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Forward Welcomes Juan Atkins (Detroit) To Its Roster

It is with great pleasure to announce the arrival of Juan Atkins (Detroit) to our artist roster. A true pioneer of electronic music for the last 30+ years, Atkins has worked as a producer + DJ under his own name as well as Cybotron, Model 500, Infinit, Channel One and a variety of other aliases.

Still touring with Model 500 as well as DJing around the world, Juan continues to produce and there are no signs of stopping. He recently released 3 new tracks for Scion A/V, featuring remixes by Terrence Dixon, Worthy and Oliver, and Model 500 are planning a new EP this year.

As a booking agency, Forward focuses its energy on the music we admire most, and Juan Atkins has been an inspiration to François K, its founder, for a large number of years. The variety of talent offered by the many agencies around the world is wider than ever, and we're happy to offer such a long-term topliner. Atkins' output has evolved and adapted over the course of the past three decades, but his style is still all his own.

For worldwide booking inquiries, please contact Aurelie at or Vicki at Be sure to check out Juan Atkins' artist pages, which feature a recently updated bio, discography links and a free download of the new Scion A/V project.


Hear Roberto Bosco's Track Off 'Flash' - The Aaron-Carl Tribute Album From Detroit

When Detroit producer Aaron-Carl passed away last September, the electronic music community around the world was overcome with sadness. He was regarded as a talented artist and beautiful human being, and, to honor his life, 6one6 recordings in Detroit has been putting together a tribute album featuring new tracks. 'Flash' is a compilation celebrating the life and work of Aaron-Carl, and all of the sales benefit his family.

Roberto Bosco is one of the select artists to be a part of this project, which also includes Santiago Salazar, Rennie Foster and Mark Archer (of Altern8). His contribution is called "Ambient In My Street," and can be heard below. If you are interested in purchasing the 'Flash' compilation, it's best to go through 6one6's online shop.

Roberto Bosco - Ambient In My Street by robertobosco


FRANCOIS K w/ DEEP SPACE in Nagoya, Japan / April 28th-April 30th

April 28 @ Decadent Deluxe, Fukuoka | 10pm onwards! For more details, visit:
April 29 @ Sound A Base Nest / Utsunomiya, Tokyo |For more details, visit:
April 30 @ Club Eleven, Tokyo  | For more details, visit:

FRANCOIS K at ELECTRIC FROG in Glasgow, Scotland / April 23rd


Electric Elephant: Francois K (Deep Space Set), Danny Krivit, Unabombers, Melting Pot

SWG3 (street & warehouse) GLASGOW

2011's Electric Frog is a collaboration of Liquid Events, SWG3, Slam Events/Pressure and Electric Elephant. Scotland's premier micro-festival takes place both indoors and out at the SWG3 complex and culminates around a massive covered street party featuring five bars a food court and the newly refurbished SWG3 venue and warehouse space. Add to this two of the best sound systems in the country, a comprehensive international and local talent bill, and you have this year's Electric Frog - easily accessible and experienced in the heart of the city.



Open letter from François K

Greetings to all of my dear friends in Japan,

Even though we are on the other side of the planet, we have watched in utter shock and disbelief, and now greatly concerned about the aftermath of this unspeakable catastrophe that happened in a few brief moments after Japan sustained the biggest earthquake ever recorded there, immediately followed by the giant tsunami which has caused so much devastation, taken so many lives or displaced hundreds of thousands; not to forget those who lost beloved family members as well as their homes and everything else they owned.

So to anyone who may have loved ones that have gone missing or who have lost their lives, please accept my most sincere condolences in these most difficult of times.

More than anything, I have been deeply moved by the way so many residents of the affected areas have reacted to this unprecedented tragedy, with a calm and disciplined show of unity in the face of such tremendous hardship.

Although we cannot be with you at this very moment, you should know that your plight is on our minds all the time, and we will contribute and do whatever we can to help ease all of this suffering. To that effect, in the last few days many of New York City's clubs and DJs have already organized several successful events and benefits which raised some funds that have been donated to the Japanese Red Cross or other relief organizations.

However more than this, what I feel is important is for all of us to send a message of hope and support, as it clearly will take a great deal of time, resources as well as much effort and sacrifice to rebuild. The strength of spirit that so many Japanese are showing in the wake of the ensuing nuclear nightmare gives me much confidence that in the end they will prevail.

As I will be coming to Japan in a few weeks, I am hopeful that the music I will play will bring comfort and solace to those who need it. To those who may find it helpful, I will make some DJ mixes available online for anyone to stream and download, in hopes that the message they contain can also help in soothing the souls of those in need of some more immediate spiritual relief.

I can't wait to be there soon in this time of need, and I hope that somehow I can also contribute a little something back for all that you've always given me.

All my love to Japan, my home away from home.

François Kevorkian

VISIT this link to listen to the mix

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