Olaf Stuut releases his 3rd orginal EP on MNL (Manual Music) with two tracks bathed in his own style.
Over The Hill
Olaf Stuut performing a live set at Magneet Festival.
Nice vibes all over, check it out!
This remix by Olaf Stuut is more a vibe statement, enjoying life.
Enjoy with us.
Joris Voorn opens with Olaf Stuut’s track I See on a Cocoon Heroes mix making direct impact.
Our new release it’s a family affair. Two well know faces of Rhapsodic records, Olaf Stuut and Landmark and a new entry, Might at Night.
All of them to remix THE LOVE YOU TAKE, our Kres’s last song release.
After I SEE ep, Olaf Stuut, the young Dutch creative came back on Rhapsodic with a remix in his own style, techno with deep and melodic influences. A record that don’t have to be missed in all Dj’s bags.
TRAUM V147 – MINILOGUE – LET LIFE DANCE THRU YOU (THE REMIXES)
Olaf Stuut’s remix of “Let life dance thru you” is definatly new school. It incorporates ambient music, house elements, dub structures, arranged all in a spacious way… very relaxed and cool… a perfect flow… this will be good with music lovers and tastemakers worldwide.
The remix will be released with other great names like:
Rhapsodic Records enters 2012 by presenting you with a magnificent and innovative musical talent who goes by the name of Olaf Stuut. Olaf debuts on Rhapsodic with 4 beautifully crafted tracks, a return trip in innovation that will be hard to forget. His Ep is a symbolic story about the weirdness of life itself, to accept it blindly, because if you don’t you wind up in dark places, which are very interesting but nobody has the stamina to stay there and be happy. So there will always be a turning point where you consciously decide to be naive and more unconscious, and start at the beginning of the circle again.
The package opens with ‘I see’, an electronic masterpiece driven by a splendidly deep dark voice, fused with pads that do no less than transmit infinite love.Sissyphus is a funky electronic manifesto, cyclical keyboard riffs that intertwine perfectly with guitar, accompanied by a distant voice that reminds us inevitably of “The Great Gig in the Sky’ by a psychedelic Pink Floyd.
The versatile Olaf hits a more techno vein with ‘Up’, an aircraft lifting off towards space and a trip amongst the stars. We hear the circle close in Walking Stairs where this Dutch producer plays with a leading bass line and hypnotic pluck synth.Some advice: keep your eyes on this boy.