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2013 Aug. 31 – Cirque Du Son (Purgatory/HH) – feat. Daniel Bruns, Betalife, Electric Kool Aid, Ingo Vogelmann, Till Maurice, Jochen Korn
(incl. Betalife & Electric Kool Aid remixes) ELECTRIC KOOL AID – DAYS LIKE THIS – REMIXES 1. Days Like This (Betalife’s Underwater Dub) 2. Days Like This (Electric Kool Aid’s Spooky Gomera Beach Edit)
we will have a guest-show presenting the latest stuff from our label, as well as give some exclusive insights on what to expect from us in the next months – and trust us – there is some hot shit in the pipe! deepdub recordings – radiocast – may 10 2013 featuring Electric Kool Aid and Daniel Bruns hosted by cirque du son on www.stromkraftradio.fm more infos soon
First and foremost, H.O.S.H. considers himself to be a DJ, someone who prises the art of mixing records and sequencing journeys – preferably long ones – over anything else. Ask any of the people who have been lost in one of his residencies at the likes of Watergate in Berlin, Studio 80 in Amsterdam or Ego in Hamburg over the last few years, and they are unlikely to disagree.
Silky smooth and musky sweet is the closest you get to describe the honeysuckle vibe of Betalife’s deephouse blend of timeless harmonies romancing these irresistable grooves of cool.
Daniel and Peer have been close friends since their time in school. Together they shared a deep excitement about the early techno years, that they already experienced in their (pre-)teen times – it was also together, that they did their first experiments with synths, samplers and sequencers.
bastian heerhorst and patrick meissner from hamburg first met each other in the end of the 90’s by their common love for graffiti. inspired by the hamburg nightlife, they decided creatively to work together in both streetart and music productions. because of bastians long time experience in electronic music and the revolutionary development of the virtual instruments, the two guys quickly obtained quite dancable results on their small budget.
Daniel’s love for electronic music developed in his late teenage days of germany’s early nineties techno birth-era. Quickly acquiring the skills of both beatmatching and finding the right vinyls he made a name of himself as a dj playing the most respected clubs in northern germany. Numerous acclaimed residencies and radio appearances fortified and further expanded his fanbase over the years.
after big audio’s highly acclaimed debut gem “big knob” by the hamburg based duo the project will be getting further momentum very soon. originally a sideproject offspring of smith & burns – it is now continued by only peer schmid as an outlet for the bigroom side of things.