I got this album a couple of weeks ago from my friend nd_baumecker. I really like it a lot and listend to it many times already. It sounds brilliant on the Blitz sound system. The artwork is stunning as well.“
We’re taking a trip to the Olympic Lake – or more precisely to the beautiful Capri Bar – for a very special one-off event.
DJ extraordinaire, producer and Innervisions boss Dixon, label lynchpin Marcus Worgull and rising DFA cohort Perel will step up for two unerring sets; at Capri in the evening, followed by Blitz at night.
„A classic I simply never ever get tired off!“
– Delta Funktionen
„To be honest I slept on this until I heard the first track of the album played by upsammy (who by the way is an amazing DJ you should definitely check out) at Robert Johnson a few months back. It completely blew me away so I had to ask what it is.
Since ten years David Goldberg has been composing and writing music within the electronic spectrum. As part of the bustling SVS collective and also doing his studies of conceptual art and sculpting at the academy of fine arts, he’s always been moving beyond borders and disciplines.
Once again, we hung out at BLITZ club during the week and listened to our favourite music together. And yeah, this session was definitely one to be shared!
Have fun listening to our second podcast with music selected by Julietta, Lara, Muallem, Roland Appel, Skee Mask and Stenny.
In March 2017, Daniel Brandt, co-founder of Germany’s electro-acoustic ensemble Brandt Brauer Frick, released his solo debut album “Eternal Something” on Erased Tapes.
What has started as a simple idea in the Taunus region, in his father’s forest hut – equipped with some drum cymbals – finally became much more complex than imagined; it eventually turned into a trip to Joshua Tree National Park in California and a car full of guitars, resulting in Daniel’s first solo album.
Laurie Spiegel is a composer from my home city Chicago. For years, her pioneering work on the GROOVE synthesizer went largely unheard. In 2012, these works were included on a 2-cd edition of The Expanding Universe (1973-8). It contains over 2½ hours of music created at Bell Telephone Labs during the 1970s.
It wasn’t until he turned 21 that Berlin’s piano newcomer Johannes Mergarten found his destiny in playing piano. After an intense period of jazz studies in Munich, a desire to immerse himself in Berlin’s rich music scene initiated a move to Neukölln.
„Always coming back to listening to this album by Sade. It calms me down and it always sets a good vibe no matter what’s happening. All the beauty of music in this one.”
– Etapp Kyle
„Simply one of my favorite techno albums. The incredible sensibility and equilibrium between harmony and pulsating drum patterns, makes Strike a record capable to guide you through a really immersive journey. A true masterpiece!“
Within the next few days, Munich’s festival summer season finally starts into its hot phase with the much sought-after (and completely sold out) Back To The Woods Open Air at Garching Forschungszentrum.
After a striking cast of international acts and local heroes perform during daytime “Am Waldrand” and “Im Unterholz”, the party continues at Blitz until the early morning.