After welcoming a brand new name to the label with the last EP, Moon Harbour now invites back someone who debuted on it in 2013. That man is Sabb, a tech house producer from Kosovo who has eight plus years of experience of turning out infectious club tracks. He has done so on labels like Noir and Saved, and here serves up a great single that comes with remixes by Dennis Ferrer and Detlef. Supported by: Joris Voorn, Paco Osuna, Yousef, Kiki, DJ T., Chris Wood, Maximiljan, Sable Sheep, Lexer, Tensnake, Kaiserdisco, Riva Starr, Pan- Pot, Karotte, Reboot, Lefteing & Kody, Reboot, &Me, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Amine Edge, Ralf Kollman, Santé, Gel Abril, Hector Couto, Martin Landsky, Arado, Rüde Hagelstein, Stacey Pullen, Supernova, Sasha, Marc Romboy, Acid Pauli


Not many labels make it to release number fifteen, let alone year 15, but that’s exactly the milestone the Moon Harbour family is celebrating throughout 2015. Headed up by esteemed DJ, producer, remixer and Circoloco/DC10 Ibiza resident Matthias Tanzmann and manager André Quaas, the Leipzig based label has lasted so long on account of it having always moved ahead of the times. Celebrated for its diverse output from tech house to minimal to deeper club sounds, the label’s ever evolving roster of artists is like a who’s who of the contemporary scene.It might have been around for 15 years then, but Moon Harbour and its ever evolving family still very much lead from the front. Supported by: Mathias Kaden, Ninetoes, Booka Shade, Clive Henry, Anja Schneider, Cuartero, Reboot, Andy Catana, Tim Green, Eddie Richards, Tensnake, Pirupa, Re.You, Davide Squillace, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Robert Dietz, Stacey Pullen, Robbie Akbal, 2000 And One, Riva Starr, Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y., Tiefschwarz, Tripmastaz, Martin Landsky, Yousef, Sasha, Hector Couto, Technasia, Richy Ahmed, Catz’n’Dogz, Los Suruba, Karotte, Arado, Joris Voorn, ONNO, Detlef


Deejay.de: bit.ly/MHR073_deejay Beatport: bit.ly/MHR073_Beatport MoonHarbourShop: bit.ly/MHR073_MHShop The next EP on Moon Harbour is one that continues to usher in a new wave of contemporary talent to the label. It finds Hector Cuartero hook up with wAFF, as well as contribute a solo track, then get remixed by Patrick Topping and Hector Couto. It will be the Spaniard’s second release on the label following last year’s Don’t Kill My Vibe EP, a collaboration with Sabb. This EP bristles with character and proves that Moon Harbour is still the leader when it comes to tech house, no matter who is making it for them. Supported by: Davide Squillace, Sasha, Paco Osuna, Sabb, Re.You, DJ W!LD, DJ T, Santé, Adana Twins, Sable Sheep, Sascha Dive, MEAT, Chris Wood, Tensnake, Felix Da Housecat, Kaiserdisco, Oxia, Mathias Kaden, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Shlomi Aber, Technasia, Todd Bodine, Detlef, Kiki


Deejay.de: bit.ly/MHR073_deejay Beatport: bit.ly/MHR073_Beatport MoonHarbourShop: bit.ly/MHR073_MHShop The next EP on Moon Harbour is one that continues to usher in a new wave of contemporary talent to the label. It finds Hector Cuartero hook up with wAFF, as well as contribute a solo track, then get remixed by Patrick Topping and Hector Couto. It will be the Spaniard’s second release on the label following last year’s Don’t Kill My Vibe EP, a collaboration with Sabb. This EP bristles with character and proves that Moon Harbour is still the leader when it comes to tech house, no matter who is making it for them. Supported by: Davide Squillace, Sasha, Paco Osuna, Sabb, Re.You, DJ W!LD, DJ T, Santé, Adana Twins, Sable Sheep, Sascha Dive, MEAT, Chris Wood, Tensnake, Felix Da Housecat, Kaiserdisco, Oxia, Mathias Kaden, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Shlomi Aber, Technasia, Todd Bodine, Detlef, Kiki


Just ahead of all the exciting 15 Years of Moon Harbour celebrations planned for later in the year, Matthias Tanzmann’s label continues to evolve with its next great EP. The man behind it is none other than influential German DJ, writer, producer, label boss and record collector, DJ T. The two excellent tracks he serves up mark his notable debut on this label, and the package is completed with a great remix from Emanuel Satie. This is another landmark EP for both DJ T. and Moon Harbour, and one that couldn’t have come at a better time as Moon Harbour celebrates 15 years at the top of its game. Supported by: Monika Kruse, Paco Osuna, Technasia, Super Flu, ONNO, Re.You, &Me, Kaiserdisco, Yousef, Riva Starr, Cuartero, Ida Engberg, Oliver Huntemann, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Amine Edge, Kiki, Karotte, Luna City Express


Deejay.de: bit.ly/MHR073_deejay Beatport: bit.ly/MHR073_Beatport MoonHarbourShop: bit.ly/MHR073_MHShop The next EP on Moon Harbour is one that continues to usher in a new wave of contemporary talent to the label. It finds Hector Cuartero hook up with wAFF, as well as contribute a solo track, then get remixed by Patrick Topping and Hector Couto. It will be the Spaniard’s second release on the label following last year’s Don’t Kill My Vibe EP, a collaboration with Sabb. This EP bristles with character and proves that Moon Harbour is still the leader when it comes to tech house, no matter who is making it for them. Supported by: Davide Squillace, Sasha, Paco Osuna, Sabb, Re.You, DJ W!LD, DJ T, Santé, Adana Twins, Sable Sheep, Sascha Dive, MEAT, Chris Wood, Tensnake, Felix Da Housecat, Kaiserdisco, Oxia, Mathias Kaden, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Shlomi Aber, Technasia, Todd Bodine, Detlef, Kiki


Ahead of the release of his first full-length album on the label, Moon Harbour regular Sven Tasnadi serves up a first single from it. As well as his original, globally recognised DJ and producer Doorly and Danish talent Christian Nielsen both turn out compelling remixes. This is irresistible dancing music that more than augurs well for the forthcoming full length from Sven Tasnadi. Supported by: Nic Fanciulli, Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y., Tensnake, Anja Schneider, Riva Starr, Luna City Express, Martin Landsky, Superflu, Sabb, Hector Couto, Monika Kruse, MEAT, Kaiserdisco, Karotte, Zohki & Roozlee, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Amine Edge, Reboot, Ralph Lawson, Technasia, Sasha, Oliver Schories, Yousef, Cuartero, Detlef


For Moon Harbour’s next top tech house trick they invite studio and dance floor wizard Marco Faraone to serve up two great originals and then have Santé and Mathias Kaden remix them to perfection. This fine coming together of old and new Moon Harbour associates is another testament to the label’s ability to evolve ahead of the times. Supported by: Paco Osuna, Adam Beyer, Matthew Dear, DJ T., Tom Novy, Ralf Kollmann, Brothers’ Vibe, Lexer, Robbie Akbal, DJ W!LD, Re.You, Yousef, Detlef, Hector Couto, Gel Abril, Martin Landsky, Maximiljan, Reboot, Tensnake, Super Flu, Luciano, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, ONNO, Sable Sheep, Russ Yallop, Riva Starr, Arado, Zohki, Chris Wood, Anja Schneider, Cuartero, Luca Bacchetti, Karotte


A year after he made his debut on Moon Harbour alongside wAFF, Spanish house force Cuartero is back with a firing new EP featuring three tracks full of heavyweight dancefloor dynamite. It is an EP that proves Cuartero really knows how to make his sounds jump out of the speakers. Supported by: Paco Osuna, Los Suruba, Nick Curly, Kaiserdisco, Maximiljan, Sasha, Arado, Catz ‘n Dogz, Robbie Akbal, Martin Landsky, Yousef, Hector, Santé, MEAT, Gel Abril, Zohki, Marco Carola, Karotte, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire


Not many labels make it to release number fifteen, let alone year 15, but that’s exactly the milestone the Moon Harbour family is celebrating throughout 2015. Headed up by esteemed DJ, producer, remixer and Circoloco/DC10 Ibiza resident Matthias Tanzmann and manager André Quaas, the Leipzig based label has lasted so long on account of it having always moved ahead of the times. Celebrated for its diverse output from tech house to minimal to deeper club sounds, the label’s ever evolving roster of artists is like a who’s who of the contemporary scene.It might have been around for 15 years then, but Moon Harbour and its ever evolving family still very much lead from the front. Supported by: Mathias Kaden, Ninetoes, Booka Shade, Clive Henry, Anja Schneider, Cuartero, Reboot, Andy Catana, Tim Green, Eddie Richards, Tensnake, Pirupa, Re.You, Davide Squillace, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Robert Dietz, Stacey Pullen, Robbie Akbal, 2000 And One, Riva Starr, Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y., Tiefschwarz, Tripmastaz, Martin Landsky, Yousef, Sasha, Hector Couto, Technasia, Richy Ahmed, Catz’n’Dogz, Los Suruba, Karotte, Arado, Joris Voorn, ONNO, Detlef


The 75th EP on Moon Harbour is one that connects the past with the present: the release is made up of three remixes and re-edits of classic tracks by label boss Matthias Tanzmann. Charged with serving up these goods are one third of Apollonia, namely Frenchman Shonky, Saved Records boss Nic Fanciulli and his brother Mark and, finally, Matthias himself updates one of his own cuts. Proving that Moon Harbour have evolved on their own terms whilst always staying true to their roots, this EP is yet another modern tech house masterclass. Supported by: Sasha, Paco Osuna, Roger Sanchez, Davide Squillace, DJ W!LD, M.A.N.D.Y., ONNO, Nick Curly, Tensnake, DJ T, Tripmastaz, Simon Baker, Gregor Tresher, Santé, Tuccillo, Luc Bacchetti, Detlef, Kaiserdisco, Robbie Akbal, Kiki, Pirupa, Sabb, Karotte, Riva Starr, Felix Da Housecat, Martin Eyerer, Ralf Kollmann, Marco Carola, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Amine Edge, Joseph Capriati, Rampa, Lauhaus, Tiefschwarz, Pan-Pot, Cuartero, Gavin Herlihy, Chris Wood, MEAT, Todd Bodine, Reboot, Hector Couto, Pilip Bader, Jimpster, Brothers Vibe, Yousef


In the year that Leipzig label Moon Harbour celebrates 15 years in operation, it is not slowing down its new release schedule. Here comes the third in as many months, and it is another stunner from Re.You, aka German talent Marius Maier with a remix by Butch. Once again here Moon Harbour have unearthed some fresh tech beats that are sure to soundtrack your summer in memorable style. Supported by: Monika Kruse, Paco Osuna, DJ W!LD, &Me, Sabb, Supernova, Detlef, Robbie Akbal, Jimpster, Super Flu, Oliver Schories, Gel Abril, Maximiljan, Mathias Kaden, Gregor Tresher, Forrest, Timo Maas, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Amine Edge, ONNO, Technasia, Riva Starr, Hector Couto, Cuartero, Pirupa, Chris Wood, Joris Voorn, Arado, Luna City Express, Kaiserdisco, Acid Pauli, Adana Twins, Alex Niggemann


Supported by: Paco Osuna, Tiefschwarz, Tripmastaz, Rampa, Kiki, Robbie Akbal, Tom Novy, Sneak, Tim Green, Cuartero, Monika Kruse, MEAT, Davide Squillace, Hector Couto, Pan-Pot, Ralf Kollmann, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Amine Edge, ONNO, Peter Kruder, Detlef, Paul Ritch, Amir, Marco Carola, Leftwing & Kody, DJ W!LD, DJ T, Sasha, Riva Starr, Martin Eyerer, Sabb, Catz n’ Dogz, Technasia, Uner, Adana Twins, Yousef, Karotte, Sable Sheep, Sneak Next up on Moon Harbour is a pair of label debutants in the form of prolific German Turk producer Butch, and Be As One label regular Gel Abril. Together they cook up a pair of enticing tech house cuts that get remixed by Re.You, who himself released on the label back in 2014. With this excellent EP, Moon Harbour once again widen their sonic remit and welcome some truly tastemaking talents to the label.


The 75th EP on Moon Harbour is one that connects the past with the present: the release is made up of three remixes and re-edits of classic tracks by label boss Matthias Tanzmann. Charged with serving up these goods are one third of Apollonia, namely Frenchman Shonky, Saved Records boss Nic Fanciulli and his brother Mark and, finally, Matthias himself updates one of his own cuts. Proving that Moon Harbour have evolved on their own terms whilst always staying true to their roots, this EP is yet another modern tech house masterclass. Supported by: Sasha, Paco Osuna, Roger Sanchez, Davide Squillace, DJ W!LD, M.A.N.D.Y., ONNO, Nick Curly, Tensnake, DJ T, Tripmastaz, Simon Baker, Gregor Tresher, Santé, Tuccillo, Luc Bacchetti, Detlef, Kaiserdisco, Robbie Akbal, Kiki, Pirupa, Sabb, Karotte, Riva Starr, Felix Da Housecat, Martin Eyerer, Ralf Kollmann, Marco Carola, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Amine Edge, Joseph Capriati, Rampa, Lauhaus, Tiefschwarz, Pan-Pot, Cuartero, Gavin Herlihy, Chris Wood, MEAT, Todd Bodine, Reboot, Hector Couto, Pilip Bader, Jimpster, Brothers Vibe, Yousef


After welcoming a brand new name to the label with the last EP, Moon Harbour now invites back someone who debuted on it in 2013. That man is Sabb, a tech house producer from Kosovo who has eight plus years of experience of turning out infectious club tracks. He has done so on labels like Noir and Saved, and here serves up a great single that comes with remixes by Dennis Ferrer and Detlef. Supported by: Joris Voorn, Paco Osuna, Yousef, Kiki, DJ T., Chris Wood, Maximiljan, Sable Sheep, Lexer, Tensnake, Kaiserdisco, Riva Starr, Pan- Pot, Karotte, Reboot, Lefteing & Kody, Reboot, &Me, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Amine Edge, Ralf Kollman, Santé, Gel Abril, Hector Couto, Martin Landsky, Arado, Rüde Hagelstein, Stacey Pullen, Supernova, Sasha, Marc Romboy, Acid Pauli


Moon Harbour is proud to announce the imminent arrival of a new artist album from one of its core members. Sven Tasnadi’s 12 track long player All In will be released in spring 2015 and is a second full length statement from one of the scene’s most consistently on form producers. All in all this album is a complete and perfectly realised world that lays out Sven’s trademark sounds in all their glory. Deep and meaningful, danceable but equally as good just to listen to, All In is another fine success for both artist and label.


A year after he made his debut on Moon Harbour alongside wAFF, Spanish house force Cuartero is back with a firing new EP featuring three tracks full of heavyweight dancefloor dynamite. It is an EP that proves Cuartero really knows how to make his sounds jump out of the speakers. Supported by: Paco Osuna, Los Suruba, Nick Curly, Kaiserdisco, Maximiljan, Sasha, Arado, Catz ‘n Dogz, Robbie Akbal, Martin Landsky, Yousef, Hector, Santé, MEAT, Gel Abril, Zohki, Marco Carola, Karotte, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire


After the success of All In, Sven Tasnadi’s latest album on Moon Harbour, the label is now delighted to offer up a selection of remixes from it. Those enlisted to add their take on the fine originals are the internationally acclaimed talents of Nick Curly, Map.ache, Kaiserdisco, Simon Baker and Cristian Viviano. Each one of these remixes breaths fresh new life into the originals and adds a personal spin on things. They all make for fine listening and are sure to make their way into plenty of top DJ record bags this summer. Supported by: Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y., Cuartero, MEAT, Forrest, Karotte, Tensnake, Chris Wood, Kiki, Pirupa, Sasha, Philip Bader, Gel Abril, Robbie Akbal, Mathias Kaden, Anja Schneider, Los Suruba, Hector Couto, Davide Squillace, Martin Eyerer, Ralph Lawson, Monika Kruse, Shinedoe, Reboot, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, ONNO, Technasia, Adam Beyer, Zohki & Roozlee, Maximiljan


After welcoming a brand new name to the label with the last EP, Moon Harbour now invites back someone who debuted on it in 2013. That man is Sabb, a tech house producer from Kosovo who has eight plus years of experience of turning out infectious club tracks. He has done so on labels like Noir and Saved, and here serves up a great single that comes with remixes by Dennis Ferrer and Detlef. Supported by: Joris Voorn, Paco Osuna, Yousef, Kiki, DJ T., Chris Wood, Maximiljan, Sable Sheep, Lexer, Tensnake, Kaiserdisco, Riva Starr, Pan- Pot, Karotte, Reboot, Lefteing & Kody, Reboot, &Me, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Amine Edge, Ralf Kollman, Santé, Gel Abril, Hector Couto, Martin Landsky, Arado, Rüde Hagelstein, Stacey Pullen, Supernova, Sasha, Marc Romboy, Acid Pauli


To celebrate the fact that they have now been operating for an impressive 15 years, Moon Harbour is to release three very special digital compilations over the course of the next few months. As well as a huge party at Sonar to kick it all off, this second compilation revisits the label’s highlights between 2010 and 2015.


Sometimes there are tracks which cause quite a stir long before their release date, and „Hold Home“ by the Italian producer Santos is one such track. For almost a year now ‚Hold Home’ has been causing mayhem in the sets of Djs like Luciano, Ricardo Villalobos, Loco Dice and Timo Maas, and now the track is being finally released officially by Moon Harbour. Luna City Express add their very own brand of funk to their remix on the B side. The two Berliners add percussion, their own vocal sample and a heavy portion of deepness, giving the track a new flow - less loop-orientated, but more soulful and more geared to the dancefloor.


Deejay.de: bit.ly/MHR073_deejay Beatport: bit.ly/MHR073_Beatport MoonHarbourShop: bit.ly/MHR073_MHShop The next EP on Moon Harbour is one that continues to usher in a new wave of contemporary talent to the label. It finds Hector Cuartero hook up with wAFF, as well as contribute a solo track, then get remixed by Patrick Topping and Hector Couto. It will be the Spaniard’s second release on the label following last year’s Don’t Kill My Vibe EP, a collaboration with Sabb. This EP bristles with character and proves that Moon Harbour is still the leader when it comes to tech house, no matter who is making it for them. Supported by: Davide Squillace, Sasha, Paco Osuna, Sabb, Re.You, DJ W!LD, DJ T, Santé, Adana Twins, Sable Sheep, Sascha Dive, MEAT, Chris Wood, Tensnake, Felix Da Housecat, Kaiserdisco, Oxia, Mathias Kaden, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Shlomi Aber, Technasia, Todd Bodine, Detlef, Kiki


Not many labels make it to release number fifteen, let alone year 15, but that’s exactly the milestone the Moon Harbour family is celebrating throughout 2015. Headed up by esteemed DJ, producer, remixer and Circoloco/DC10 Ibiza resident Matthias Tanzmann and manager André Quaas, the Leipzig based label has lasted so long on account of it having always moved ahead of the times. Celebrated for its diverse output from tech house to minimal to deeper club sounds, the label’s ever evolving roster of artists is like a who’s who of the contemporary scene.It might have been around for 15 years then, but Moon Harbour and its ever evolving family still very much lead from the front. Supported by: Mathias Kaden, Ninetoes, Booka Shade, Clive Henry, Anja Schneider, Cuartero, Reboot, Andy Catana, Tim Green, Eddie Richards, Tensnake, Pirupa, Re.You, Davide Squillace, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Robert Dietz, Stacey Pullen, Robbie Akbal, 2000 And One, Riva Starr, Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y., Tiefschwarz, Tripmastaz, Martin Landsky, Yousef, Sasha, Hector Couto, Technasia, Richy Ahmed, Catz’n’Dogz, Los Suruba, Karotte, Arado, Joris Voorn, ONNO, Detlef


Not many labels make it to release number fifteen, let alone year 15, but that’s exactly the milestone the Moon Harbour family is celebrating throughout 2015. Headed up by esteemed DJ, producer, remixer and Circoloco/DC10 Ibiza resident Matthias Tanzmann and manager André Quaas, the Leipzig based label has lasted so long on account of it having always moved ahead of the times. Celebrated for its diverse output from tech house to minimal to deeper club sounds, the label’s ever evolving roster of artists is like a who’s who of the contemporary scene.It might have been around for 15 years then, but Moon Harbour and its ever evolving family still very much lead from the front. Supported by: Mathias Kaden, Ninetoes, Booka Shade, Clive Henry, Anja Schneider, Cuartero, Reboot, Andy Catana, Tim Green, Eddie Richards, Tensnake, Pirupa, Re.You, Davide Squillace, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Robert Dietz, Stacey Pullen, Robbie Akbal, 2000 And One, Riva Starr, Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y., Tiefschwarz, Tripmastaz, Martin Landsky, Yousef, Sasha, Hector Couto, Technasia, Richy Ahmed, Catz’n’Dogz, Los Suruba, Karotte, Arado, Joris Voorn, ONNO, Detlef


Despite the fact Moon Harbour is celebrating 15 years in action this summer, they still have plenty of time for new music. Next up is label regular Sable Sheep with three brand new cuts that all continue in his fine tradition of serving up surefire dancefloor bombs. This EP proves Sable Sheep has a lot of variation in his arsenal, and for that reason is one of his best offerings yet. Supported by: Martin Eyerer, Paco Osuna, DJ W!LD, Matthew Dear, Philip Bader, Joris Voorn, Sven Tasnadi, Re.You, 2000 And One, Sabb, Michel De Hey, Catz ’n Dogz, Gregor Tresher, Reboot, Robbie Akbal, Hector Couto, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Tiefschwarz, Stacey Pullen, Riva Starr, Cuartero, Kasierdisco, Anja Schneider, Karotte, Roger Sanchez, Lexer


A year after he made his debut on Moon Harbour alongside wAFF, Spanish house force Cuartero is back with a firing new EP featuring three tracks full of heavyweight dancefloor dynamite. It is an EP that proves Cuartero really knows how to make his sounds jump out of the speakers. Supported by: Paco Osuna, Los Suruba, Nick Curly, Kaiserdisco, Maximiljan, Sasha, Arado, Catz ‘n Dogz, Robbie Akbal, Martin Landsky, Yousef, Hector, Santé, MEAT, Gel Abril, Zohki, Marco Carola, Karotte, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire


Not many labels make it to release number fifteen, let alone year 15, but that’s exactly the milestone the Moon Harbour family is celebrating throughout 2015. Headed up by esteemed DJ, producer, remixer and Circoloco/DC10 Ibiza resident Matthias Tanzmann and manager André Quaas, the Leipzig based label has lasted so long on account of it having always moved ahead of the times. Celebrated for its diverse output from tech house to minimal to deeper club sounds, the label’s ever evolving roster of artists is like a who’s who of the contemporary scene.It might have been around for 15 years then, but Moon Harbour and its ever evolving family still very much lead from the front. Supported by: Mathias Kaden, Ninetoes, Booka Shade, Clive Henry, Anja Schneider, Cuartero, Reboot, Andy Catana, Tim Green, Eddie Richards, Tensnake, Pirupa, Re.You, Davide Squillace, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Robert Dietz, Stacey Pullen, Robbie Akbal, 2000 And One, Riva Starr, Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y., Tiefschwarz, Tripmastaz, Martin Landsky, Yousef, Sasha, Hector Couto, Technasia, Richy Ahmed, Catz’n’Dogz, Los Suruba, Karotte, Arado, Joris Voorn, ONNO, Detlef


Not many labels make it to release number fifteen, let alone year 15, but that’s exactly the milestone the Moon Harbour family is celebrating throughout 2015. Headed up by esteemed DJ, producer, remixer and Circoloco/DC10 Ibiza resident Matthias Tanzmann and manager André Quaas, the Leipzig based label has lasted so long on account of it having always moved ahead of the times. Celebrated for its diverse output from tech house to minimal to deeper club sounds, the label’s ever evolving roster of artists is like a who’s who of the contemporary scene.It might have been around for 15 years then, but Moon Harbour and its ever evolving family still very much lead from the front. Supported by: Mathias Kaden, Ninetoes, Booka Shade, Clive Henry, Anja Schneider, Cuartero, Reboot, Andy Catana, Tim Green, Eddie Richards, Tensnake, Pirupa, Re.You, Davide Squillace, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Robert Dietz, Stacey Pullen, Robbie Akbal, 2000 And One, Riva Starr, Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y., Tiefschwarz, Tripmastaz, Martin Landsky, Yousef, Sasha, Hector Couto, Technasia, Richy Ahmed, Catz’n’Dogz, Los Suruba, Karotte, Arado, Joris Voorn, ONNO, Detlef


For Moon Harbour’s next top tech house trick they invite studio and dance floor wizard Marco Faraone to serve up two great originals and then have Santé and Mathias Kaden remix them to perfection. This fine coming together of old and new Moon Harbour associates is another testament to the label’s ability to evolve ahead of the times. Supported by: Paco Osuna, Adam Beyer, Matthew Dear, DJ T., Tom Novy, Ralf Kollmann, Brothers’ Vibe, Lexer, Robbie Akbal, DJ W!LD, Re.You, Yousef, Detlef, Hector Couto, Gel Abril, Martin Landsky, Maximiljan, Reboot, Tensnake, Super Flu, Luciano, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, ONNO, Sable Sheep, Russ Yallop, Riva Starr, Arado, Zohki, Chris Wood, Anja Schneider, Cuartero, Luca Bacchetti, Karotte


Moon Harbour is proud to announce the imminent arrival of a new artist album from one of its core members. Sven Tasnadi’s 12 track long player All In will be released in spring 2015 and is a second full length statement from one of the scene’s most consistently on form producers. All in all this album is a complete and perfectly realised world that lays out Sven’s trademark sounds in all their glory. Deep and meaningful, danceable but equally as good just to listen to, All In is another fine success for both artist and label.


Supported by: Paco Osuna, Karotte, Tensnake, Anja Schneider, Tom Novy, Federico Molinari, Daniel Dreier, Zohki & Roozlee, Rozzo, Dan Ghenacia, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Amine Edge, ONNO, Booka Shade, Riva Starr, Shinedoe, Sasha, Chris Wood, Rüde Hagelstein, Felix Da Housecat At the end of 2014, Moon Harbour celebrated their decade long association with Luna City Express in the form of a fine compilation of hits. Featuring all the German duo’s greatest tracks, the label has now enlisted some serious talents to remix them for this new Ten Years Remixed compilation. All in all this compilation offers up lots of heat for DJs and dancers alike and proves that as well as Luna City Express being an unstoppable force, that Moon Harbour also have their finger on the pulse when it comes to the next generation of stars.


Just ahead of all the exciting 15 Years of Moon Harbour celebrations planned for later in the year, Matthias Tanzmann’s label continues to evolve with its next great EP. The man behind it is none other than influential German DJ, writer, producer, label boss and record collector, DJ T. The two excellent tracks he serves up mark his notable debut on this label, and the package is completed with a great remix from Emanuel Satie. This is another landmark EP for both DJ T. and Moon Harbour, and one that couldn’t have come at a better time as Moon Harbour celebrates 15 years at the top of its game. Supported by: Monika Kruse, Paco Osuna, Technasia, Super Flu, ONNO, Re.You, &Me, Kaiserdisco, Yousef, Riva Starr, Cuartero, Ida Engberg, Oliver Huntemann, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Amine Edge, Kiki, Karotte, Luna City Express


To celebrate the fact that they have now been operating for an impressive 15 years, Moon Harbour is to release three very special digital compilations over the course of the next few months. As well as a huge party at Sonar to kick it all off, this first compilation revisits the label’s highlights between 2001 and 2005. This compilation shows that Moon Harbour was way ahead of the curve when it came to deep, emotive and soul warming house music, and now stands as a fine testament to a label that is still going strong, many years later.


Beatport: Deejay.de: Supported by: Anja Schneider, Paco Osuna, DJ W!LD, ONNO, Alex Niggemann, Tuccillo, DJ T, Cuartero, Super Flu, Hector Couto, Federico Molinari, Oliver Schories, Tensnake, Sven Tasnadi, Kaiserdisco, Sascha Dive, Chris Tietjen, Timo Maas, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Amine Edge & Dance, Sasha, Tiefschwarz, Felix Da Housecat, Karotte, Pascal FEOS Chris Wood and MEAT are a formidable studio duo that team up once again for a new EP, that offers two originals and a remix by label boss Matthias Tanzmann as well as Moon Harbour artist Maximiljan. This is a varied but consistently on point EP from Moon Harbour and Chris Wood & MEAT that will bring together lovers of everything from tech to acid, deep house to techno.


Supported by: Paco Osuna, Karotte, Tensnake, Anja Schneider, Tom Novy, Federico Molinari, Daniel Dreier, Zohki & Roozlee, Rozzo, Dan Ghenacia, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Amine Edge, ONNO, Booka Shade, Riva Starr, Shinedoe, Sasha, Chris Wood, Rüde Hagelstein, Felix Da Housecat At the end of 2014, Moon Harbour celebrated their decade long association with Luna City Express in the form of a fine compilation of hits. Featuring all the German duo’s greatest tracks, the label has now enlisted some serious talents to remix them for this new Ten Years Remixed compilation. All in all this compilation offers up lots of heat for DJs and dancers alike and proves that as well as Luna City Express being an unstoppable force, that Moon Harbour also have their finger on the pulse when it comes to the next generation of stars.


2015 has been the year that Moon Harbour turned 15, but rather than focus on the past, Matthias Tanzmann’s label has continued to serve up fresh future sounds. The next artist to do so is Lewis Boardman, a long time UK talent who has released on a clutch of fine labels in his time. This is a classy and cultured EP that is one of Moon Harbour’s deepest and headiest for a while. Supported by: Marco Faraone, Forrest, Paul Ritch, Gel Abril, Tom Novy, Robbie Akbal, Riva Starr, Santé, Hector Couto, Pirupa, Arado, MEAT, Anja Schneider, Maximiljan, Reboot, Tiefschwarz, Robag Wruhme, Marco Carola, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Adam Beyer, Karotte, Ida Engberg, Chris Wood, ONNO, Yousef, Luna City Express, &Me, Los Suruba, Detlef


The 75th EP on Moon Harbour is one that connects the past with the present: the release is made up of three remixes and re-edits of classic tracks by label boss Matthias Tanzmann. Charged with serving up these goods are one third of Apollonia, namely Frenchman Shonky, Saved Records boss Nic Fanciulli and his brother Mark and, finally, Matthias himself updates one of his own cuts. Proving that Moon Harbour have evolved on their own terms whilst always staying true to their roots, this EP is yet another modern tech house masterclass. Supported by: Sasha, Paco Osuna, Roger Sanchez, Davide Squillace, DJ W!LD, M.A.N.D.Y., ONNO, Nick Curly, Tensnake, DJ T, Tripmastaz, Simon Baker, Gregor Tresher, Santé, Tuccillo, Luc Bacchetti, Detlef, Kaiserdisco, Robbie Akbal, Kiki, Pirupa, Sabb, Karotte, Riva Starr, Felix Da Housecat, Martin Eyerer, Ralf Kollmann, Marco Carola, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Amine Edge, Joseph Capriati, Rampa, Lauhaus, Tiefschwarz, Pan-Pot, Cuartero, Gavin Herlihy, Chris Wood, MEAT, Todd Bodine, Reboot, Hector Couto, Pilip Bader, Jimpster, Brothers Vibe, Yousef


To celebrate the fact that they have now been operating for an impressive 15 years, Moon Harbour is to release three very special digital compilations over the course of the next few months. As well as a huge party at Sonar to kick it all off, this first compilation revisits the label’s highlights between 2001 and 2005. This compilation shows that Moon Harbour was way ahead of the curve when it came to deep, emotive and soul warming house music, and now stands as a fine testament to a label that is still going strong, many years later.


To celebrate the fact that they have now been operating for an impressive 15 years, Moon Harbour is to release three very special digital compilations over the course of the next few months. As well as a huge party at Sonar to kick it all off, this second compilation revisits the label’s highlights between 2010 and 2015.


Not many labels make it to release number fifteen, let alone year 15, but that’s exactly the milestone the Moon Harbour family is celebrating throughout 2015. Headed up by esteemed DJ, producer, remixer and Circoloco/DC10 Ibiza resident Matthias Tanzmann and manager André Quaas, the Leipzig based label has lasted so long on account of it having always moved ahead of the times. Celebrated for its diverse output from tech house to minimal to deeper club sounds, the label’s ever evolving roster of artists is like a who’s who of the contemporary scene.It might have been around for 15 years then, but Moon Harbour and its ever evolving family still very much lead from the front. Supported by: Mathias Kaden, Ninetoes, Booka Shade, Clive Henry, Anja Schneider, Cuartero, Reboot, Andy Catana, Tim Green, Eddie Richards, Tensnake, Pirupa, Re.You, Davide Squillace, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Robert Dietz, Stacey Pullen, Robbie Akbal, 2000 And One, Riva Starr, Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y., Tiefschwarz, Tripmastaz, Martin Landsky, Yousef, Sasha, Hector Couto, Technasia, Richy Ahmed, Catz’n’Dogz, Los Suruba, Karotte, Arado, Joris Voorn, ONNO, Detlef


Not many labels make it to release number fifteen, let alone year 15, but that’s exactly the milestone the Moon Harbour family is celebrating throughout 2015. Headed up by esteemed DJ, producer, remixer and Circoloco/DC10 Ibiza resident Matthias Tanzmann and manager André Quaas, the Leipzig based label has lasted so long on account of it having always moved ahead of the times. Celebrated for its diverse output from tech house to minimal to deeper club sounds, the label’s ever evolving roster of artists is like a who’s who of the contemporary scene.It might have been around for 15 years then, but Moon Harbour and its ever evolving family still very much lead from the front. Supported by: Mathias Kaden, Ninetoes, Booka Shade, Clive Henry, Anja Schneider, Cuartero, Reboot, Andy Catana, Tim Green, Eddie Richards, Tensnake, Pirupa, Re.You, Davide Squillace, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Robert Dietz, Stacey Pullen, Robbie Akbal, 2000 And One, Riva Starr, Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y., Tiefschwarz, Tripmastaz, Martin Landsky, Yousef, Sasha, Hector Couto, Technasia, Richy Ahmed, Catz’n’Dogz, Los Suruba, Karotte, Arado, Joris Voorn, ONNO, Detlef


To celebrate the fact that they have now been operating for an impressive 15 years, Moon Harbour is to release three very special digital compilations over the course of the next few months. As well as a huge party at Sonar to kick it all off, this second compilation revisits the label’s highlights between 2010 and 2015.


Despite the fact Moon Harbour is celebrating 15 years in action this summer, they still have plenty of time for new music. Next up is label regular Sable Sheep with three brand new cuts that all continue in his fine tradition of serving up surefire dancefloor bombs. This EP proves Sable Sheep has a lot of variation in his arsenal, and for that reason is one of his best offerings yet. Supported by: Martin Eyerer, Paco Osuna, DJ W!LD, Matthew Dear, Philip Bader, Joris Voorn, Sven Tasnadi, Re.You, 2000 And One, Sabb, Michel De Hey, Catz ’n Dogz, Gregor Tresher, Reboot, Robbie Akbal, Hector Couto, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Tiefschwarz, Stacey Pullen, Riva Starr, Cuartero, Kasierdisco, Anja Schneider, Karotte, Roger Sanchez, Lexer


Moon Harbour is proud to announce the imminent arrival of a new artist album from one of its core members. Sven Tasnadi’s 12 track long player All In will be released in spring 2015 and is a second full length statement from one of the scene’s most consistently on form producers. All in all this album is a complete and perfectly realised world that lays out Sven’s trademark sounds in all their glory. Deep and meaningful, danceable but equally as good just to listen to, All In is another fine success for both artist and label.


To celebrate the fact that they have now been operating for an impressive 15 years, Moon Harbour is to release three very special digital compilations over the course of the next few months. As well as a huge party at Sonar to kick it all off, this second compilation revisits the label’s highlights between 2005 and 2010.


For Moon Harbour’s next top tech house trick they invite studio and dance floor wizard Marco Faraone to serve up two great originals and then have Santé and Mathias Kaden remix them to perfection. This fine coming together of old and new Moon Harbour associates is another testament to the label’s ability to evolve ahead of the times. Supported by: Paco Osuna, Adam Beyer, Matthew Dear, DJ T., Tom Novy, Ralf Kollmann, Brothers’ Vibe, Lexer, Robbie Akbal, DJ W!LD, Re.You, Yousef, Detlef, Hector Couto, Gel Abril, Martin Landsky, Maximiljan, Reboot, Tensnake, Super Flu, Luciano, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, ONNO, Sable Sheep, Russ Yallop, Riva Starr, Arado, Zohki, Chris Wood, Anja Schneider, Cuartero, Luca Bacchetti, Karotte


After the success of All In, Sven Tasnadi’s latest album on Moon Harbour, the label is now delighted to offer up a selection of remixes from it. Those enlisted to add their take on the fine originals are the internationally acclaimed talents of Nick Curly, Map.ache, Kaiserdisco, Simon Baker and Cristian Viviano. Each one of these remixes breaths fresh new life into the originals and adds a personal spin on things. They all make for fine listening and are sure to make their way into plenty of top DJ record bags this summer. Supported by: Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y., Cuartero, MEAT, Forrest, Karotte, Tensnake, Chris Wood, Kiki, Pirupa, Sasha, Philip Bader, Gel Abril, Robbie Akbal, Mathias Kaden, Anja Schneider, Los Suruba, Hector Couto, Davide Squillace, Martin Eyerer, Ralph Lawson, Monika Kruse, Shinedoe, Reboot, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, ONNO, Technasia, Adam Beyer, Zohki & Roozlee, Maximiljan


To celebrate the fact that they have now been operating for an impressive 15 years, Moon Harbour is to release three very special digital compilations over the course of the next few months. As well as a huge party at Sonar to kick it all off, this second compilation revisits the label’s highlights between 2005 and 2010.


Supported by: Paco Osuna, Tiefschwarz, Tripmastaz, Rampa, Kiki, Robbie Akbal, Tom Novy, Sneak, Tim Green, Cuartero, Monika Kruse, MEAT, Davide Squillace, Hector Couto, Pan-Pot, Ralf Kollmann, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Amine Edge, ONNO, Peter Kruder, Detlef, Paul Ritch, Amir, Marco Carola, Leftwing & Kody, DJ W!LD, DJ T, Sasha, Riva Starr, Martin Eyerer, Sabb, Catz n’ Dogz, Technasia, Uner, Adana Twins, Yousef, Karotte, Sable Sheep, Sneak Next up on Moon Harbour is a pair of label debutants in the form of prolific German Turk producer Butch, and Be As One label regular Gel Abril. Together they cook up a pair of enticing tech house cuts that get remixed by Re.You, who himself released on the label back in 2014. With this excellent EP, Moon Harbour once again widen their sonic remit and welcome some truly tastemaking talents to the label.


Supported by: Paco Osuna, Tiefschwarz, Tripmastaz, Rampa, Kiki, Robbie Akbal, Tom Novy, Sneak, Tim Green, Cuartero, Monika Kruse, MEAT, Davide Squillace, Hector Couto, Pan-Pot, Ralf Kollmann, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Amine Edge, ONNO, Peter Kruder, Detlef, Paul Ritch, Amir, Marco Carola, Leftwing & Kody, DJ W!LD, DJ T, Sasha, Riva Starr, Martin Eyerer, Sabb, Catz n’ Dogz, Technasia, Uner, Adana Twins, Yousef, Karotte, Sable Sheep, Sneak Next up on Moon Harbour is a pair of label debutants in the form of prolific German Turk producer Butch, and Be As One label regular Gel Abril. Together they cook up a pair of enticing tech house cuts that get remixed by Re.You, who himself released on the label back in 2014. With this excellent EP, Moon Harbour once again widen their sonic remit and welcome some truly tastemaking talents to the label.