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Wankelmut - Interview
Sometimes things unfold fast, very fast. In autumn 2011 Jacob Dilßner aka Wankelmut was a young 24-year old student and part-time dj who had just relocated to his hometown Berlin to study philosophy and political science. Then one night he started playing around with one of his favourite songs in Ableton Live, cutting, filtering and adding a simple 4/4 groove until Asaf Avidan & The Mojos’ bitter-sweet folk song „One Day/Reckoning Song“ turned into what has now become one of house music’s biggest anthems of 2012. But back then, Jacob was totally unaware of the impact his groundbreaking remix would have. Today we have the chance to interview the hottest producer of the moment in Europe.
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Steve Bug - Interview
Germany‘s very own taste-maker, trend-setter, mover-shaker-extraordinaire Steve Bug is a multi-faceted artist who refuses to back down from the limelight. A dedicated, energetic and constantly surprising talent, Steve is nothing less than an electronic music ambassador, a much-loved spokesman to the people, and for good reason. Growing Up in Germany’s techno and acid-house heyday, Steve Bug’s love for a perfect groove is as apparent now as it was back then. From the very early days DJjing in Bremen and Hamburg it was clear there was a strong talent waiting to be nurtured.
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Catz N Dogz - Interview
If you don’t know them by now, their full Polish names are Grzegorz Demiañczuk and Wojciech Tarañczuk but you can call them Greg and Voitek. As DJs you are likely to find them playing disco/deephouse at the small parties they organize frequently in Berlin and Szczecin as well as tech-house and techno at festivals and big clubs all over the world. Soon after that, they began to produce records together as the techno centric “3 Channels,” eventually evolving into Catz n’ Dogz - a grooving, category-free mixture of modern music. The interview followed notably the ones of other famous producers like DJ Hell, Extrawelt, Marc Romboy, or M.A.N.D.Y..
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Fritz Kalkbrenner - Interview
It’s no secret that Fritz Kalkbrenner is a full-fledged soul boy. But with a voice like his, how could things have turned out any other way? Soul music is the foundation of all his musical endeavours. And like an emotional and aesthetic thread that he weaves through his music, soul, in fact, holds together his diverse musical influences such as hip hop, techno and house. At the beginning of the 1990s his older brother Paul and his best friend Sascha Funke went crazy for techno beats, while hip hop artists such as Eric B. & Rakim, KRS One and Wu-Tang Clan were Fritz’s heroes who could do no wrong.
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John Dahlback - Interview
John Dahlbäck is further testament to the theory that when it comes to overly talented musical homelands, there could indeed be something in Sweden’s water. Born in 1985, in a small village near Stockholm, he landed his first record deal aged just 15 while most of his peers were just discovering clubs. A few years later he was already the proud owner of a worldwide respected label, had a string of well-known productions to his name like “Blink” and a reputation for quietly turning out some of the best house melodies you could hope to hear! Today we have a huge chance to interview one of the finest Swedish producers.
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Kiko - Interview
We are sure you have all heard of Kiko... Since his debut in 1992, Kiko is considered one of the very influential players from the French scene. The first important project was Phunky Data (duo with Oxia) during the 90's. This formation, in combination with some other artists, made Grenoble the French electronic city at this period. He has actively produced for several labels among which, Signature By Kiko, Material Series, Break New Soil, Great Stuff rec, Definitive Rec, Blu Fin ,Pias, Goodlife to name a few. Today we have a chance to interview one of the best French DJs thanks to Form Music.
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Max Bett - Interview
Born and raised in Moscow, Max Bett (Arthur Antonov) is a cheerful and motivated young techno, tech-house and minimal DJ and producer. Having always felt an urge to create music, he started producing in 2004. By 2008 he had already released his first EP “Murder” on Royal Tracks. Soon after, his music gained increased international recognition to the point of topping the download lists of online music shops. His music is both played and supported by some of the world’s most renowned DJs such as Sharam, Richie Hawtin, Umek, Marco Bailey, Format:B, Popof and many more.
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