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Set times for the weekends are published every Friday noon at www.blitz. club.
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23:00 – 02:00 Glaskin
02:00 – 04:00 Robert Hood
04:00 – 06:00 Efdemin
06:00 – END DJ Mell G
00:00 – 02:00 Sam Goku
02:00 – 04:00 HAAi
04:00 – END Byron Yeates
Join us for a thrilling party featuring some of dance music’s key figures from past, present and tomorrow.
Robert Hood, the Underground resistance alumni, is one of the seminal players of Detroit’s rich dance music legacy, credited as the pioneer and inventor of minimal techno. From all the influential artists hailing from Detroit, his music might arguably be the closest to techno in its current form: glistening and sleek, psychedelic and sweeping. But Robert Hood has never rested on his well deserved accolades and achievements and we’ve not even started on his various monikers such as Floorplan, Monobox or The Vision. Driving sounds and relentless rhythms and not a single sound or kick drum too much, that’s Robert Hood‘s magic!
Efdemin from the Ostgut Ton crew reliably elevates us into unexplored parallel worlds and sensory states with hypnotic techno of the most sensual kind, fueled by a spirit that can best be describes as alchemistic! DJ Mell G and Glaskin represent two young and exciting perspectives within the German techno scene: Melina Gausmann has made herself a name for potent Electro with cues from Ghetto Tech, Jungle and Booty Bass. Her upcoming debut album ISSUES, out in July on her own imprint Juicy Gang Records, will open up and showcase her sound’s potential to reflect on personal struggles such as her own borderline personality disorder. The two Bockelmann brothers, better known as our very own residents, Glaskin, share a rich musical history that ranges from metal bands to studying classical guitar. All these experiences shape sibling’s sleek, highly polished and refined breaktechno-goodness they play and produce as Glaskin.
The effervescent HAAi, the luminous Byron Yeates and Munich’s striking Sam Goku return for a drive on our PLUS floor with the dark walls. “Baby, We’re Ascending” is the name of HAAi’s debut album and fittingly describes experiencing one of her elevating sets, that brim with colourful and bubbly, trippy sounds that are grounded in a seemingly neverending joy of experimentation with sounds and styles. Byron Yeates plays a fluorescent blend of Trance and 90’s progressive house to raise the spirits and lift the roof off the house! Playing the opening set is Munich-based Sam Goku. The leftfield-house whizz-kid is the riding the wave of his recent releases such as the stunning LP > The Things We See When We Look Closer < and > Glistening Club Music Vol. 2 < and spins beautifully nuanced and coloured, blithe grooves.