This has got to be one of my all time favorite tech house sets and not only because it seems like a cast member of the Big Bang Theory is having the time of his life right behind Steve Bug 🙂
The first track got me hooked right from the start. It’s a perfect opener. These are the kinds of sets you hope to end up at when you go out to party.
Check out the entire tracklist (thanks to YouTube user spiscHiPs):
01 Detroit Swindle Feat. Mayer Hawthorne – 64 Ways (Detroit Swindle’s 65th Way Dub)
02 Oxia – Earth Sound
03 SHOW-B – Dem Atmos
04 Genius Of Time – Juno Jam
05 Manuel Tur – Ara Anam
06 DJ Pierre & Supernova – The Beat 27min
07 Affie Yusuf – Rinse & Dry 33min
08 Anaxander – Song For S (Saturday Love) 36min
09 Norm Talley – The Reworks (Part 1) 40min
10 Mihai Popoviciu – Time 44min
11 LTJ X-Perience – Cry (LTJ Rework Edit) 48min
12 Wil Maddams – Handle The Change 53min
13 Dungeont Meat – The Hairy Axe Wound
14 Anthony Acid – Gimme Da Music 62min
If this doesn’t motivate you as a DJ then I can’t help you any further 😉
I was never really gone. Over the last few years I’ve just been involved in behind-the-scene projects. The Coachella Mixes, for example and the managing of my own labels.
I do however want to concentrate more on my own music again. I restarted my website and drafted a weekly schedule of music activities. Because if the board says I have to do something, I won’t find an excuse not to 🙂 I got myself a shiny logo to go with the new year as well 😀
I started off by making a kind of a trippy hip hop instrumental. It ended up sounding like something out of Stranger Things and so I dubbed it “Stranger Beats”. The intention here is see if I can enter the world of beat selling. Why the fuxk not? 😀 I don’t mind the challenge. You can take a listen to the track here:
I’m also pretty far into a new tech house type track, which I will be looking to get signed.
That pretty much wraps up my “return”. I’m not sure if I’ll do regular weekly updates on my progress but I’m planning on posting my Digital Wax Choice of the Week Mix regularly. I’m definitely super excited about 2018 😀
Oliver Huntemann has been an inspiration since back in the day where we hadn’t even focused on techno, yet. After the electro/mash up parties we’d have the after-after parties in places like hotel rooms or where ever there was an option to connect equipment and continue playing.
During these parties all the minimal, deep house and techno gems came out of the bag, which wasn’t very popular in California. Our usual crowd wasn’t ready for it back then. I’m personally glad to have made the move from the US to Germany. Now these private techno parties are the main event!
This is what this set, uploaded by radio intense, and most of the other sets I post remind me of. Techno fans don’t have to hide 🙂
If you have any cool live sets I should check out, please drop me a line.
I know, I know… this may not be as “techy” as some of you like, but Erick Morillo is an idol and just an all around fun DJ to jam out to. If you’ve ever had the pleasure of attending one of his shows you know what I’m talking about.
Thanks, MixMag for bringing him out and now go get ’em, Erick.. I’m gonna shut up and dance through the office 😉
Matthias Tanzmann… the name says it all. At least if you know a bit of German 🙂
This set had me dancin’, man 😉
Please, send me sets you’d like to have featured, preferably as Video otherwise it won’t look all that cool in the post, cool? Sweet… now go tanz, man!