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JAXX DE LUXE- I’m taking you high: Most SEXY Tune Of This Spring!

Jaxx De Luxe-I’m Taking You High – Feat. Aphra

JAXX DE LUXE is one of the latest releases on Nervous Records, currently one of the longest standing underground record labels. Nervous Records is known for early productions by notables including Armand Van Helden, Mood II Swing, Masters At Work and Josh Wink. It also involved in producing some of the biggest nightclub events with artists including Oscar G, Chus+ Ceballos, and DJ Boris.

This fresh, clubby and sexy Disco House Track tastes like a sweet like a sweet honey pie with a cherry on top. 

Add a strong and funky bassline and seductive vocals and you get an uplifting track that will make you want to shake your booty till the early dawn… And booty is exactly what you get to see in the aesthetically beautiful and sexy video. I’m Taking You High – Feat. Aphra.

The man behind Jaxx De Luxe is no one less than Mathieu Gendreau, best know for the acclaimed and awarded indie-electronic duo Plastic Operator. 

The track is already available on Tracksource, Beatport, and Itunes.

If you like booties, whip cream, strawberries, and honey check out the Sexyyy Video (UNRATED version only on VIMEO)


Mat Gendreau is a Philadelphia- based music producer, composer and recording artist. He started Audio Production at the University of Westminster in London where he met Pieter Van Dessel to form the electro-indie duo Plastic Operator. Their music collaboration started in 2001, just after they graduated their MA. The band caught the attention of BBC Radio 1 DJ Rob Da Bank with the song “Folder” in 2005 and the single was signed to Sunday Best Recordings.

In 2007, Mathieu launched his own label, Fine Day Records, and released Plastic Operator’s album “Different Places” to critical acclaim. The band performed live in many of Europe’s largest clubs, events, and festivals including Bestival (Isle of Wight), Razzmatazz Club (Barcelona), Petrol, Culture Club (Belgium) and Paris Fashion Week.

Mathieu has produced numerous remixes, including “Chains of Love – Plastic Operator remix” for chart-topping band Erasure (Mute/EMI) and his music productions have been released by labels such as EMI, Mute, Virgin, Sony, Tommy Boy, Ministry of Sound and Universal, and artists including Goldfrapp, New Order, Arthur Baker, Tommie Sunshine, CLIENT, Erasure and King Britt.

He also works on different projects such original music and sound design for tv commercials, film, television, and video games. His work as a composer has been featured in films and videos, television programs, advertisements, and video games for Ubisoft, Autodesk, MIT, WYBE, Coca-Cola, Radio-Canada Television and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Games Awards.




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Studio albums

  • Different Places (2007)
  • Before The Day Is Out (2012)


  • Folder single (2005)
  • Why Don’t You? EP (2007)
  • Home 0207 single (2008)
  • Peppermint EP (2009)
  • Parasols Remixes (2010)
  • Singing All The Time Remixes (2011)
  • Sometimes It’s Easy (King Britt Nightrider Mix) (2012) 


  • 2007 Pajaro Sunrise – Automatic (Plastic Operator Remix)
  • 2008 Hermanos Inglesos – Komodo (Plastic Operator Edit)
  • 2008 Cato Canari – We Are Together (Plastic Operator Remix)
  • 2009 Erasure – Chains of Love (Plastic Operator Remix)
  • Frost – My Plastic Heart (Plastic Operator Remix) (2009)
  • Booka Shade vs Plastic Operator – Won’t Back Down (2009)
  • 2010 Winter Gloves – Let Me Drive (Plastic Operator Remix)


Ghost producers list – the shocking truth about your favorite producers

Ghost producers list

The EDM scene and it’s ‘puppets’… Not only are they producing crappy music that brings the electronic music industry into shame, but their most famous and best-selling producers are just as full of s***t as the EDM industry itself. And I have a ghost producers list to prove it!

It’s been years now that we have to endure the rise of pseudo-music producers with their redundant big room sounds and other ear damaging bass drops.

In addition to damaging our ears and brains, they even got the guts to lie to their fans! Enough is enough!

The EDM industry is lying to us and people deserve to know the truth!

When I see people like Like Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike on the number 1 position of DJ Mag’s top 100 of 2015 and that the top 10 exists essentially of pseudo producers that have never written a track of their lives, it just makes me want to throw up…

These people that are considered the best DJ’s in the world  don’t even produce their own crap! ‘You gotta be kidding me!’

I think it’s clear that I am using EDM in the pejorative sense since they forced us to accept this term to design the most awful music that has ever been generated by mankind.

Long gone is the time when EDM stood for Electronic Dance Music … now it’s just a term to design Electronic Music’s most unrespected and hated genre in the electronic music scene. 

I am not trying to be a Major Music Snob here but people that listen to EDM clearly have never listened to quality electronic music before.

Maybe they don’t care about the music or they are too wasted to even make a difference… anyways, the reasons why someone would listen to EDM go way beyond my understanding.

The fact is that the industry has pushed it so hard to make you believe that it’s crap is good that some people even started to believe it…

Anyways, before my emotions and hatred towards EDM take over, let’s get back to the real subject here…

You have been sold lies by puppets in the hands of the EDM industry for too long now…’

It’s time to unravel EDM’s dirty secrets once and for all!  


What the music industry doesn’t want you to know

Ghost producers listBefore we dig deeper into the world of ghost producing, let me explain to you what ghost producing is.

It’s pretty simple.  ‘Artists’ use known or unknown producers to make their tracks and they get all the credit for it while the real artists only get a financial compensation for their work ( sometimes less than 100 $!) but are never mentioned in any way to have even participated in the making of that track.

An unethical  marketing strategy that worked quite well before a Ghost producers list has been tweeted by Mat Zo (and almost cost him his career!).

The list revealed some of the biggest names in the music industry such as David Guetta and Steve Aoki.

The revelation of Ghost producing created a snowball effect the electronic music scene and more names have been revealed since. Most of them being the best paid Star Dj’s in the world.

Now, what really hits me is that the ones using ghost producers are just the ones selling the most ‘easy’ music to make…

How can you claim to be 1 of the world’s best-paid DJ’s if you are not even capable of creating a beat or a melody in a DAW?

Ok, DJ-ing and producing are two separate things but where is the passion for music if you are not even responsible for the s****t you are selling us?!

So without further ado, let me present you the list of EDM puppets that have been lying to us for too long. (I am sure this is only a fraction of what’s really happening there but it’s a start)


The Ghost Producers list

David Guetta: Joachim Garraud

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, DVBBS, Danny Avila, Quintino: Maarten Vorwerk

Tiesto: Dennis Waakop Reijers and team

Diplo, Major Lazer: Derrek Allen

Armin Van Buuren: Benno De Goeij

Steve Aoki: Justin bates

Benny Benassi: Alessandro Benassi

Nervo: Zrog

Quintino: Laidback Luke

R3HAB: Fabian Lenssen

Quintino, Sander Kleinenberg, Marc Benjamin: Thomas Helsloot

Borgeous, DVBBS, Carnage: Niles Hollowell-Dhar ( KSHMR)


And the list will probably grow…

When DJ Mag asked producers to give their opinion about ghost production, 67% of the winners said they had no problem with it.

Funny thing is that most of them are the same ones that use ghost producers, so no wonder they don’t have a problem with it … but none of them confessed, though.

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike #1:

“There seems to be a lot of confusion around the topic. Sometimes artists get help in mixing, songwriting or additional production; it’s not exclusive to electronic music or any other genre for that matter. Ultimately, if that extra pair of hands makes the final sound of the record better, then it’s in everybody’s best interest to go down that avenue. But what’s important is clarity around how that collaboration works, and everybody involved properly credited and paid for their efforts.”

David Guetta #6:

“There’s a big difference between having ‘ghost producers’ or working as a team. It’s totally cool to work as a team and everyone should be credited. And paid. Bit like being in a band.” 

Steve Aoki #10:

“I don’t really have a problem with it so much…”

The truth revealed

This revelation hasn’t been bad for everyone because some Ghost producers could finally express themselves openly about it.

Ghost producing platforms like and  even gained in popularity.

Ghost producers list

Recently, Maarten Vorwerk, the ghost producer behind Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike’s hit tracks has written a book about music production tips. Small revenge I’d like to say….

Did you ever hear of the guy? Probably not! He is the mastermind behind some of the bestselling Beatport singles since 2011 and has never left the charts since.


Others are starting to give interviews and it became clear that Ghost Producing has been around for a LONG time and that most people don’t even seem to care.

An argument that some list in the debate around Ghost producing is that Ghost Producing exists outside EDM.

Artists like Britney Spears, Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga have never written a song of their lives. Ok, I get it but we don’t ask them to do so…

Isn’t that a false debate?

Those people are ‘entertainers of the pop industry’. Everybody knows how it works there and only a few pop artists are capable of writing, signing and producing at the same time.

You will never ask them to master a song would you? Why would we even ask them to even do so?

If you read some interviews you will learn that most of the Ghost producers never produced Dubstep, Techno, Minimal or Electronica because that would be much too complex to do and they just never are asked to… What a surprise!

Let me make things clear. I have nothing against the people that are actually doing the Ghost producing.

I mean, I could easily be a Ghost producer for someone if they asked.

Some people don’t like to be in the spotlight and have a real passion for the creating music without wanting to become a Super Star Dj/ Producer.

Another thing is that some people are great at composing but suck at mixing and mastering. In that case, it is ok to call for someone to master the song for you as long as it is only a phase of the process, that’s just fine.

What makes me so angry are the lies that they are selling us! Where is the time when the Electronic Music scene still meant something?!

Not only do I hate the commercializing of EDM and the bad name EDM has given to the Electronic Music Scene but it also destroyed our underground nucleus of sincerity and the real passion for music that our little scene had before they destroyed it with their ‘Big Money making machines and other crap’


‘Their Big Money making machines destroyed what the Electonic Music Scene is all about ‘


What’s your opinion?

I can already see some of you frown their eyebrows. Do You disagree with what I said? that’s OK!

I’d like to hear your opinion on Ghost producing!

If you have something to add ( maybe a name or 2 to add to my Ghost producers list )

Or you are Ghost Producer yourself and you think I am telling crap,…

Or you like David Guetta and you feel like you should support him…?!

Feel free to open a discussion or debate in the comment section or in my forum 

You can also send me an email to [email protected]


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Shortest post ever —-I’d like your feedback on this track…. 😉


Be honest !

Thanks and much love



Worakls ‘La Parisienne’

This week I decided to dedicate my Artist of the week page to French DJ/producer Worakls.

Worakls is probably one of the few producers capable of bringing real emotions into electronic music and deliver an instant ‘goosebump’ effect in all his productions.

With sophisticated beats and powerful melodies, his style is difficult to define .

It can be categorized into melodic minimal techno but has a lot of deep house influences as well and his ability to bring together different sounds like classical, violin, percussions,…make him one of the most ‘complete’ artists of his generation.


worakls 2


Kevin Rodrigues was born in 1988 and has grown in Paris in a family with musical background. He started to play the piano at the age of 3 and in his teens he experimented with different styles like Rock, Bossa Nova but turned exclusively to electronic music at the age of 18.

He has been quoted as the best newcomer into the minimal techno scene in 2009 and it is his encounter with Eric Prydz that lead him into becoming a DJ.


He created the label Hungry Music with his friend N’To which who he collaborated on different tracks. The most famous probably being ‘Bleu’. The were joined by Joachim Pastor later on and the trio started to develop several live performances through projects like ‘Worakls Band’, ‘N’To live perc’ or ‘Hungry band’ with the participation of artists and live instruments like the violin, guitar and percs.




‘La Parisienne’

The reason why I choose to dedicate my post to Worakls is not only because he is one of the artists that I respect the most but also because he released  a song ‘La Parisienne’ as a tribute to the victims of the attacks in Paris.

I wanted to contribute in some way and the only way I can do so is by creating or sharing ART….

The song is absolutely mind blowing and can be downloaded for free. It is a beautiful tribute to all those who vanished too soon…


Download ‘ La Parisienne’ for free here 



Bleu 2015 (Le rythme abstrait by Raphaël Marionneau, Vol. 2)

Adagio For Square 2015

Chemin 2015

Flocon De Neige 2014 (Coco Beach Ibiza, Vol. 3 – 10TH Anniversary (Compiled by Paul Lomax

Cerisier Blanc 2015

Question Réponse 2015

Good Night My Love 2014 (Issaya Siamese Club, Vol. 2 by Ravin)

Porto 2014

I Forgot My Last Night 2014

Et la pluie tomba 2013 (Soleil de plomb)

Siehst Du nicht 2013

Metaphore 2012 ( Chroniques variees EP)

Insolence 2012  (Chroniques Variees EP)

Souvenir 2012 (Chroniques Variees EP) 

004 2012 (Jane) 

Stripped 2011

Tension 2011

Future 2010

Roadtrip Ep 2010

Dark Issues 2010

Street Ep 2010 ( Dark issues, Street)

Pain Forest 2010

Ahuha 2010

Eibrab 2009 (All Night Long!)

Next Idea 2010

Salope 2010

Folie 2010

When The Birds Go In The Wrong Way 2010

Germany 2010 (Roadtrip Ep)

Deeply infected 2009 (Deeply Infected EP)

Keep my Lips 2009


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Charlotte De Witte alias Raving George: The rising star of the Belgian Techno Scene

Charlotte De Witte alias Raving George: The rising star of the Belgian Techno Scene

Children of the electronic revolution is an electronic music website dedicated to electronic music producers but first of all dedicated to music!

Discover the best music and top electronic music producers of the moment in this new rubric Artist of the week.

To introduce our artist of the week section I’d like to be a little bit chauvinistic and feminist and introduce you to a young Belgian artist, from my hometown Ghent, who’s notoriety is growing in the Techno scene.


Raving George 

Raving George alias Charlotte De Witte is a 23 year old DJ/Producer born and raised in Ghent (Belgium) . Known for several years Ghent’s Techno scene, she caught the attention on international level with her remix of  an other upcoming rising star Oscar and the Wolf’ ‘You’re mine’.

She discovered her passion for techno as a teenager , frequenting the most avant-garde underground clubs of the belgian electro scene. She  started to mix herself when she was 17 and soon gained notoriety. Her dark, melancholic techno sets were respected in the scene it didn’t took her long to catch the ears of professionals and to get the mainstage in festivals such as Pukkelpop and Tomorrowland.

Lat update is that Charlotte De Witte killed Raving George… No, actually she decided to continue with her real name (Charlotte De Witte). She had choosen the name Raving George at fist because she didn’t want people to know she was a girl and to avoid clichés.

”Raving George is no more..

I started with the masculine name “Raving George” because I didn’t want people to book me because I am a woman, I wanted to put the emphasis on what mattered most to me: the music.

By picking Raving George as an artist name, I had the feeling that I avoided cliché thinking in people’s minds. Or at least, that’s what I was trying to accomplish.

Today I’m in an other place. I know where I’m going and most importantly, I know where I want to be. So I decided to continue this adventure under my real name: Charlotte de Witte.

I honestly believe this is the right decision to make and I can only hope I can still count on your love and support, which I’m very grateful for.

It’s time to stop hiding. This is who I am.”

(Credits go to Charlotte : Taken from Charlotte De Witte’s FB Page)


Or read article on the STUBRU website ( Dutch)


In a recent interview with Resident Advisor she explained  :

“I love the darkness you find in electronic music,” explains de Witte, “especially within Techno. I find melancholic music so much more interesting and dark sounding Techno really attracts me. When I look at the main stages of some of the world’s most famous festivals and I see everyone dancing to this commercial, happy music, I don’t really understand it.”

“Dark music contains much more emotion. When I’m DJ’ing I want to try and touch the crowd and tell a story with the music. Of course I want them to party, get loose and have fun but at the same time I want them to remember the music long after the lights go up.”


Raving George


Her mixing talents not having to be proved anymore, she could concentrate on producing tracks herself. She produces music that might be more accessible to a wide audience, although she admits herself that her preferences go to techno when she goes to clubs, she discovered a softer side of herself in producing and likes to remix different genres.

Her collaboration with Oscar and the Wolf ‘ in ‘ You’re mine’ was released on international level and was the starting point of an international career. She also performed  at several occasions on Studio Brussel in the ‘Switch Playground’ show and has a residency at Fuse Brussels.




Future looks bright for Charlotte and she a true artist that deserves to be discovered!



You’re Mine EP (Pias Recordings / Spinnin’ Deep – 2015)
JoeFarr – Confide (Raving George Remix)(Origami Sound – 2014)
Monodon Monoceros EP (Bad Life – 2014)
Obverse EP (Crux Records – 2013)

BRNS-Void( Raving George remix)




Charlotte De Witte Switch Playground ( Studio Brussel)  17-10-2015

Raving George @ Decadance Ghent 05-04-2014


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Kraftwerk Home Computer

To celebrate the existence of my website dedicated to electronic music and electronic music production I wanted to post a track that’s a tribute for those who inspired me in the name of my website. because Electronic Music would have never existed if there hadn’t be KRAFTWERK. 

I had the opportunity to see their 3D concert lately and believe me , they didn’t get a wrinkle ! The name of my website refers to Kraftwerk’s documentary ‘ The electronic revolution’




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