Blitzcast 016 comes from Berlin based Electro duo and Childhood associates CYRK, that are known for a thrilling blend of Electro and Techno and spherical textures reminiscent of Italo Disco’s characteristic bliss.
Their Blitzcast travels Disco, House and Acid, while being firmly rooted between the cornerstones of Electro and Detroit-inspried techno.
Our 15th Blitzcast comes from the local native and firm Blitz favourite 600–Cell. The mix proves 600–Cell’s capabilities as an acquired selector and, as always, spans a wide range of genres that showcase his unique approach to percussive drums & grooves as well as the charismatic understatement that we love about him.
Our resident habibi Bashkka is making waves all over Europe, dishing out muscular funk and queer club bangers and working on making nightlife more diverse and a safer space for LGBTQIA+ people, reminding people of dance music’s origins that’s rooted in queer POC, in Munich and everywhere else she commands the decks – and crowds.
Explorers is the title of the new format from our good friend and simply stunning Paul Krause aka DJ Spit, aimed at open-minded and contemporary audiences who are ready to embrace and discover its motto of > genre-fluidity <.
DJ Spit himself, undoubtably one of Germany’s current dance music shooting stars, is an avid promoter of genre-defying mixes and selections with a focus on high-energy bass-music hybrids that recalibrates the perception of what you’d call > Rave < through styles like Drill, Drum&Bass, Ghetto House and much more.
It’s no surprise our resident habibi Bashkka and our good friend and regular guest Nene H are very good friends. Now they’re joining forces!
Out on February 15, Maktub < marks Bashkka’s debut solo-EP and is filled with queer club bangers and at the same time kicks off Nene H’s new label UMAY, a non-profit orientated label aiming at promoting artists and music from underrepresented backgrounds.
Our Food Truck is now ready and serving lunch for your daily pleasure. Opening times are from Tuesday – Saturday from 12:00 – 15:00. Thanks to Süddeutsche Zeitung for the lovely review.
Von Franz Kotteder (SZ vom 12.01.21)
Im Innenhof steht dort seit Kurzem der “Blitz Food Truck”, der von Dienstag bis Samstag Mittagsgerichte ohne tierische Zutaten verkauft.
The restaurant will be closed from today until January 5th. The food truck will be closed from today until January 11th. The club will be closed for the foreseeable future.
We can’t wait to eat and dance with you again.
Last year our boy Muallem launched his long overdue label Childhood. Since our doors are still closed since March 2020, he decided to make use of his time and start a musical imprint in order to deliver the finest cuts to be enjoyed as off now as well as on our dancelfoors and beyond once we are able to party again.
Our girl Sandra talking to Süddeutsche Zeitung about the current state of affairs and more. Find the original article here!
© Süddeutsche Zeitung GmbH, München. Mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Süddeutsche Zeitung Content
Interview: Lea Hampel und Nakissa Salavati
Die Gittertür zu Lokal und Club na- mens Blitz ist verschlossen.
This Saturday, October 31st, Blitz continues its Radio 80000 Take Over series with 600-cell, Chris Cruse, Dee Diggs, JASSS, Muallem, Olive T, Partok, Ploy and XDB. All mixes will be streamed via www.radio80k.de from 3pm until midnight.
Cosmic Transmission is the name of the second album by the Zenker Brothers, released on their imprint Ilian Tape yesterday. The eleven track LP delivers a deep journey into sound, which is once more featuring their fine hands for floating and forceful elements.