One half of Eddy meets Yannah. Eddy Ramich lays down some very beautiful mixes for us. Exclusive to Straightup.

Playlist Eddy Ramich

1. il dave van glorious
2. domu drift
3. art bleek broken sky
4. broki mi guaguanco
5. seiji todo mundo
6. simbad knock on my door
7. landslide yemp booty
8. yellowtail untitled
9. barakas albert
10. domu & pete simpson comming back around
11. restless soul and i know it
12. eddy & yannah u & i ( karizma dub )

One half of Eddy meets Yannah, Eddy Ramich has a lively history and is far from being a no-name in the music business. Being born in the Netherlands but of semi-Slovak / semi-Croatian nationality, Eddy spent his childhood alternating in the Netherlands, Slovakia, Libya and Germany before settling down in Croatia in the early 90s to study at the Faculty of Business Economics in Zagreb. Before teaming up with Yannah in 2003 he has released already a long list of productions with his former partner Dus under the alias of Eddy & Dus. Their album “High Life” as well as the remixes of international acts like Ennio Morricone, Sun Ra or Nicola Conte were causing a stir in the future jazz world.

Spinning records since the late 80s Eddy has become a global player DJ with unbelievable technical and musical skills always creating a positive party vibe. Since 9 years he is hosting the clubnite Kontrapunkt at the Aquarius in Zagreb featuring guest DJs like Gilles Peterson, Jazzanova, 4Hero, Carl Craig, IG Culture, Bugz In The Attic, Rainer Trüby and many more. A huge success for this kind of music in Croatia! The Eddy Ramich One Man Radio Show on Radio 101 ist getting bigger and bigger too! It is one of the few shows in Europe that are presenting underground soul, hiphop, jazz broken beats and soulful house at daytime on a major radio station. In 2006 he was voted “Master of the Mastermix” by the radio show “Modaista” on the Japanese station J-Wave. His radio mix was picked as the best among other mixes by big dogs like Gilles Peterson, Bugz In The Attic or Darren Amerson!!!

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Andrew Ross Stamiris said:
I really Like the smooth breaky groove and
the flow of your tracks, very nice.
its got sole and that what I like, plus its phat!!

keep it coming


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