A quasar speaks to nature in its church and subsequently undergoes a metamorphosis. This moves his soul so strongly that he gets into the middle of the fog (nebula) with a last step on the path. Have fun listening.
dj set tracklist
Carbon Voices (Extended Mix) – KhoMha Catarse – Wehbba Metamorphosis – Christian Smith Transfixion – Rudosa Talking to Nature – Ronnie Spiteri Kratos – Hanubis Rave Atlas (Original Mix) – Ilario Alicante Serenity – The Reactivitz My Church – Will Clarke & MK Truly – Sven Sossong Soul Movement – Spektre The Clear Path – Reform (IT) Quasar (Original Mix) – Black Acid Stamp – Joe Mesmar & Matt Mus Together – Vonda7 Early Reflections – The Reactivitz Nebula (Spada Remix) – Breccia & Ian O’Donovan Last Step – Ramon Tapia
Black Madonna unpacks her boots and saves us all. We follow her voice and walk to the disco. Then during the night we listen to the sounds from the Purple Disco Machine until the Smurf gets his Los Hombres and rudely brings us back to everyday life. Have fun listening.
Setlist He Is the Voice I Hear (Original Mix) – The Black Madonna Walking Boots – David Keno & ME & her Saved My Life – Inve & Forsi Propaganda (2018 Album Version) – Kevin McKay I Can Live – Lykov & Mironov Magic (Original Mix) – Zsak Vibes – Derek Armstrong Together (Original Mix) – Max & Sims, Sante Cruze Let’s Get Down (Bassline Remix) – Babert Disco Cool – Seb Skalski At Night (Purple Disco Machine Extended Remix) – Shakedown Don’t Stop – Gigamesh What U Want (J Paul Getto Classic Mix) – Kevin McKay Nobody (Club Mix) – David Penn Los Hombres (Babert 303 Mix) – Dinero, Babert & Ivan Jack Surf Smurf (Munk Version) – Munk & Rebolledo Changes – Woody Bianchi & Re-Tide Get Down Philly – Surgery Edits
The end is near. At home, we are fidgeting in small groups to seductive rhythms. Corona has not only (once again) closed the clubs, but also destroyed New Year’s Eve. We won’t let it get us down and make the last sacrifice of this year on the House altar. We will drink Liquid Spirit and then hang out drunk in paradise. Have fun listening.
Setlist River Deep – Andrea Oliva Grey & Black – No Hopes & Kinspin Turn Around – Gareth Walker More People ‘In Many Ways’ (Dub Mix) – Angelo Ferreri Boom Bada – George Morel & Matt Gill After Midnight – Sllash & Doppe Fluffy Clouds (Norty Cotto Classic Mix) – Oscar P & DJ Stingray Part of Love – MAKITO Drunk in Paradise – Luis Ormeño Liquid Spirit (Claptone Remix) – Gregory Porter All About Disco – Robbie Rivera & Angelo Ferreri I.S.L.U. (Original) – Local Options Can’t Stop Crying (Extended Mix) – Angelo Ferreri Clandestino (Crazibiza Remix) – Jude & Frank Whispers (feat. Lazarusman) [Gorge Extended Remix] – Karol XVII & MB Valence Santiago (Original Mix) – Klondique What We Gonna Do? (Kevin McKay Remix) – Vanilla Ace & dharkfunkh Honesty (Extended Mix) – Marc Volt
Söder gave it, Söder took it. In Bavaria, the dance floors are once again empty. Empty as a bachelor’s fridge. Empty like the canteen of the power plant in Chernobyl. Empty as a freshly dug grave. But Aunt Techno is not dead. She continues to play in the underground, in secrecy. Here is her last set. Have fun.
dj set tracklist
Violet Sky – Oliver Lieb Enchanted Mystery (The Reactivitz Remix) – Dok & Martin Medossa (Madtales Remix) – Soolver Under the Lights – Raffaele Rizzi Heyday – Skober In the Reds – Cirez D Renegade – Dominik Gehringer Somebody Tonight (Steve Mulder Remix) – Costantino Nappi & DJ Micky Da Funk Planet X – Space 92 & The YellowHeads Got Me (Original Mix) – Teenage Mutants, Soolver Real – Teenage Mutants Strange (Original Mix) – Konrad (Italy) Cycloops – Alen Milivojevic Wings of Desire – SAMA Black Sun – Alessandro Spaiani Set Back – Harvey McKay Terra Firma – Alan Fitzpatrick Deep in Love – Raffaele Rizzi
An old album. In 2013 it flew to me while I was hunting and collecting. It was immediately very trusting and wanted to build its nest in my collection. Why not? It was warmly welcomed. Perfect warm-up tracks (both versions) and they are long enough to go to the bathroom during the DJ set.
The pandemic is attacking our dance floors again. It wants to destroy our joy of partying, crush it and trample it in the dirt. But we won’t let it get us down and we will make a sacrifice on the House Altar. We will not sacrifice our dreams but start the Dopamine Machine and dance until our feet fall off. Have fun listening.
I Feel the Dream – Giaky Lucky & Inve Insomnia – Andrew Meller We Work so Good (Extended Mix) – Ben Remember Can’t Stop Crying (Brokenears Extended Remix) – Angelo Ferreri No Victim Song (feat. Hannah Williams) – ATFC The Number – Rescue & DJ Mes Bang Bang – Bohemien, Raf Parola & HouseBreakers Hold On – Gaby & Moodymann Dopamine Machine (Club Mix) – CamelPhat & Ali Love I Will Pray – Alaia & Gallo & DJ Rae Shut Your Mouth – Supernova It’s the Feeling – Demarkus & Lewis Honey – Eats Everything Dancin’ (Original Mix) – Peter Brown Hooked (Extended) – Martin Ikin Alors on Danse – Oscar L Dance Baby Dance – Simon Adams & Max Millan Bigger Than Prince (Siege Remix) – Green Velvet
Once upon a time, a very long time ago. The first festival of a not-so-young upcoming DJ. It was late at night and the dance floor was relatively empty. Up to that point, the program included a strange mix of reggae house and hip-hop. The frustration on the part of the up-and-coming DJ was quite high. So he thought, forget about the prepared set and let it rumble. And against all expectations the dance floor filled up. Shortly before the end of his set he played this track. The sound system was great, the bass was gigantic and the dance floor was full again. All’s well that ends well.
An old love, lost and then found again. Immediately before I fell in love musically with punk music, I was an enthusiastic reggae fan. At that time my hair was still long and my shoes not yet pointy. A highlight from that time is Bob Marley’s live album, Babylon by Bus.
I believe I once owned this record, but sold it as part of the musical purge of my record collection (a punk doesn’t listen to reggae). Somewhere in the last 15 years I got the idea to dive back into my musical past. The result of this dive was the insight that I still love reggae, so I bought this album as a CD again.
In my opinion, better than all the studio albums, because on stage Bob Marley could really let off steam and transport the energy of his music in an ideal way.