We are not sure how to describe the music we make, least the records played here. Is there a real point, beyond arrogance, to such descriptions anyway? We are sure you will be able to deal with the silent track list though: we did not want hide things, we just wanted you to look for them.
Imagine zapping through your memories, feelings, moments, events, just like switching the channels on your car radio. A night drive like a dream with memory flashes poured into the sounds of your soul and your cosmos. It starts off with some real recordings of the steelworks VÃ¶lklinger HÃ¼tte from my hometown, now a world cultural heritage of UNESCO, I heard these noises all day when I was a kid…pretty eerie…got freaked out when I saw Kraftwerk perform The Robots on TV, then I bought the first Depeche Mode album, then I heard underground Italo Disco at the club, bought “Psychocandy” from the Jesus and Mary Chain…then italo/shoegaze/synthwave history reinvented itself since 2005, adding a great creative edge to the old ideas….there was always this strong man-machine connection in my life, all about love vs. the robot, all about people and music, both, nailed down, simple wave functions, electromagnetic frequencies…resonating with each other…I really like the many ideas in all these songs…their energy, complexity, harshness and beauty…just like life itself, just like me. Listen to my soundtrack on a ride through the night.
The DJ set after the party is possibly as important as the DJ set at the party. While its less about technicality and more about song choice and flow, it can make or break a night. Enjoy our afterparty.