Treasure Chest



Treasure chest: Kraftwerk in 1970

Neither Berlin, nor Paris– the first live recording of a Kraftwerk performance dates back to a gig in Soest, North Rhine-Westphalia. Make yourselves comfortable, guys: 48 minutes of finest black-and-white material set in a former Rock palace.

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Treasure chest: Kraftwerk in 1970

Neither Berlin, nor Paris– the first live recording of a Kraftwerk performance dates back to a gig in Soest, North Rhine-Westphalia. Make yourselves comfortable, guys: 48 minutes of finest black-and-white material set in a former Rock palace.

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Don’t give interviews while you’re on drugs

A Dutch reporter was part of a hardcore Techno party where he wanted to capture the mood. What he met was euphoric people with wide eyes and runaway jaws telling him what food they like best. The video is the

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Don’t give interviews while you’re on drugs

A Dutch reporter was part of a hardcore Techno party where he wanted to capture the mood. What he met was euphoric people with wide eyes and runaway jaws telling him what food they like best. The video is the

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Oliver Koletzki’s “Music is Music”

Last week, German radio station “Fritz” hosted Oliver Koletzki. The music producer, DJ and head of record label Stil vor Talent played a two-hour mix called “Music is Music”. Tracklist: 01. Chilly Gonzales – Knight Moves 02. David Garcet &

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Oliver Koletzki’s “Music is Music”

Last week, German radio station “Fritz” hosted Oliver Koletzki. The music producer, DJ and head of record label Stil vor Talent played a two-hour mix called “Music is Music”. Tracklist: 01. Chilly Gonzales – Knight Moves 02. David Garcet &

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Treasure chest: Good Music I Dance, No Good Music I Not Dance

What is the outright horror scenario for DJs? A crowd refusing to dance according to the motto: “Good Music I Dance, No Good Music I Not Dance”.

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Treasure chest: Good Music I Dance, No Good Music I Not Dance

What is the outright horror scenario for DJs? A crowd refusing to dance according to the motto: “Good Music I Dance, No Good Music I Not Dance”.

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Treasure chest: “Electronic Dreams” and “French Touch”

On Saturday, February 9th, 2014, German-French cultural TV channel “ARTE” broadcasted multiple concerts and a documentary. The theme night started with French electronic music scene by showing five 30-minute live recordings (“Electronic Dreams”) featuring Laurent Garnier at Paris night club

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Treasure chest: “Electronic Dreams” and “French Touch”

On Saturday, February 9th, 2014, German-French cultural TV channel “ARTE” broadcasted multiple concerts and a documentary. The theme night started with French electronic music scene by showing five 30-minute live recordings (“Electronic Dreams”) featuring Laurent Garnier at Paris night club

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Minilogue: Jam session somewhere near Malmö

Swedish music producers Minilogue, founded in 2000, met for a jam session at a studio somewhere near Malmö. The short movie by Marcus Henriksson and Sebastian Mullaert is a 23-minute ride between Trance and Minimal Techno.

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Minilogue: Jam session somewhere near Malmö

Swedish music producers Minilogue, founded in 2000, met for a jam session at a studio somewhere near Malmö. The short movie by Marcus Henriksson and Sebastian Mullaert is a 23-minute ride between Trance and Minimal Techno.

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Flashback Friday – Dario G

In 1996, three Brits called Paul Spencer, Scott Rosser and Dance scene insider Stephan Spencer founded electronic music project Dario G in Crewe, UK. Their first single ranked high in Europe’s music charts and peaked at #2 in UK Single

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Flashback Friday – Dario G

In 1996, three Brits called Paul Spencer, Scott Rosser and Dance scene insider Stephan Spencer founded electronic music project Dario G in Crewe, UK. Their first single ranked high in Europe’s music charts and peaked at #2 in UK Single

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Flashback Friday – Stardust

Stardust was a French music project from the 1990s. The trio consisted of Daft Punk band member Thomas Bangalter, Benjamin Diamond and music producer Alan Braxe. Their only release was 1998 hit single “Music Sounds Better With You” which later

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Flashback Friday – Stardust

Stardust was a French music project from the 1990s. The trio consisted of Daft Punk band member Thomas Bangalter, Benjamin Diamond and music producer Alan Braxe. Their only release was 1998 hit single “Music Sounds Better With You” which later

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Flashback Friday – Underworld

Electronic music project Underworld was founded in 1988. After DJ Darren Emerson left the group in 2000, Karl Hyde and Rick Smith have been the only two members for more than 13 years now. Their 1995 hit single “Born Slippy”

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Flashback Friday – Underworld

Electronic music project Underworld was founded in 1988. After DJ Darren Emerson left the group in 2000, Karl Hyde and Rick Smith have been the only two members for more than 13 years now. Their 1995 hit single “Born Slippy”

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Flashback Friday – Jam & Spoon

Love Parade 1993 was more international than any other Love Parade before. They even had wagons from London and, for the first time, numerous Berlin parties sourrounding the event. Besides, there were many new music releases that year– Jam &

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Flashback Friday – Jam & Spoon

Love Parade 1993 was more international than any other Love Parade before. They even had wagons from London and, for the first time, numerous Berlin parties sourrounding the event. Besides, there were many new music releases that year– Jam &

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Flashback Friday – Laurent Garnier

Considering his impact on French House and Techno music scene, it is safe to say that Laurent Garnier may somehow be considered the French version of Sven Väth. Born in Boulogne-Billancourt on February 1st, 1966, Garnier is one of the

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Flashback Friday – Laurent Garnier

Considering his impact on French House and Techno music scene, it is safe to say that Laurent Garnier may somehow be considered the French version of Sven Väth. Born in Boulogne-Billancourt on February 1st, 1966, Garnier is one of the

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Flashback Friday – Kraftwerk

Past Friday, we posted our first track in our new category called Flashback Friday. And we had to go back 20 more years in time to find inspiration for the second edition: 1974. At that time a German music project

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Flashback Friday – Kraftwerk

Past Friday, we posted our first track in our new category called Flashback Friday. And we had to go back 20 more years in time to find inspiration for the second edition: 1974. At that time a German music project

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Flashback Friday – David Guetta

This Friday we are happy to start a new category page by introducing the most recent idea arisen from our pre-nightly creativity: Flashback Friday. We aim to post a chosen track, one-hit wonder or hit of the decade every week

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Flashback Friday – David Guetta

This Friday we are happy to start a new category page by introducing the most recent idea arisen from our pre-nightly creativity: Flashback Friday. We aim to post a chosen track, one-hit wonder or hit of the decade every week

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Treasure chest: Doc Brown’s bass speaker

Two University of Wisconsin students have realised the dream of every bass playing enthusiast. They have built a giant bass speaker inspired by Dr. Emmett Lathrop “Doc” Brown from the movie “Back to the Future”. The two young U.S.-Americans stated

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Treasure chest: Doc Brown’s bass speaker

Two University of Wisconsin students have realised the dream of every bass playing enthusiast. They have built a giant bass speaker inspired by Dr. Emmett Lathrop “Doc” Brown from the movie “Back to the Future”. The two young U.S.-Americans stated

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Treasure chest: Daft Punk’s biggest fan – Barack Obama

On May 17th, 2013, French electronica duo Daft Punk released their fourth album called “Random Access Memories” and reached the top of the charts in the U.S. as well as in most European countries. Many international musicians such as Panda

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Treasure chest: Daft Punk’s biggest fan – Barack Obama

On May 17th, 2013, French electronica duo Daft Punk released their fourth album called “Random Access Memories” and reached the top of the charts in the U.S. as well as in most European countries. Many international musicians such as Panda

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