Satori’s The Band from Space at Cercle + New EP on DGTL

Satori has been extremely busy this springtime, with a new EP out on DGTL, Yam, while also generating a lot of excitement with some great performance with his new live act he is doing with The Band from Space. In the beginning of May, he had a Live performance with the aforementioned band at a very special and unique venue, Fort Louvois in Bourcefranc-le-Chapus, France, for Cercle. The over 1-hour long performance was recorded live and is viewable on YouTube. Make sure to stay tuned for the interview at the end of the perfomance.

3voor12 also ended up premiering Satori’s new Yam EP on DGTL. The article talks about his upcoming shows at the time, including a private party for fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent in the Alps, a gig in Basel, then closing a stage at DGTL Amsterdam. The article then goes into detail about the special story of the inspiration of the Yam EP.

You can read the full article, in Dutch, by clicking here.

Satori then also did a personal interview with Deep House Amsterdam, the popular Amsterdam electronic music publication, where he talks about the inspiration and starting point of his recent DGTL EP, Yam. He talks about the story behind all the songs on the EP, explains why he remixed the final track “Magharibi”, originally by the artist Sahale, and his use of STEMS. He then goes into talking about his close relationship with DGTL,  the Band from Space and his plans for the next few months .

You can read the interview with Deep House Amsterdam by clicking here.

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