Hamburg based artist Henrik Twardzik, better known as Neelix started to produce music in the early 1998. After DJing for some years he finally decided to create his own sound.
His first track he recorded was “Neelix – The Fourth”, released on a NOVA TEKK compilation called Maverixx in 2002 which was followed by numerous releases on different labels from all around the globe.
Untill now Henrik has released 3 albums and many singles. The third album “Same thing but different” is already released on Millennium Records. Besides Henrik also belongs to the founders of the hamburg based label Glamour Studios.
DJ Neelix has already played at many big open air and indoor events in Germany and in countrys like Sweden, Hungary, Denmark, Greece, Swiss, Austria, UK, Belgium, Netherlands, Israel and México. Review At TheDjList
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A powerful cut from beginning to end, ‘Dancing Together’ isn’t just brimming with a dominant bassline and empowering percussion, but also sends an important message with the vocal topline: “people of all nations, dancing together.”
Demonstrating the Dutch superstar DJ’s innate ability to produce a range of different genres, ‘Dancing Together’ flirts with a tribal, tech-house vibe and will go down a treat in Fedde’s upcoming live performances.
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Even with its extraordinary appearance, The HouseKaspeR from Leipzig conjures a smile to every face. His crazy style and his experimental style of clothing and various other gimmicks are unique, just like his musical style.
He finds himself in the House genre. Sometimes harder, sometimes softer, he also crosses any creative boundaries and tries to celebrate a cool, crazy and unique journey together with the audience in his sets.
Whoever expects to have an everyday House-Act behind the Booth is a great mistake! With his show packed with many crazy highlights, such as His trademark “KasparR Mask” or his Hello Kitty floats, Robby Bubble champagne, confetti cartons and and and it will definitely not be boring with him.
The HouseKaspeR has already been able to collect more than a large amount of references.
The WeekEnd in Berlin, the Diamond Factory in Magdeburg, the Music Park in Dresden, the Nightlfy in Schwarzenberg, the Club Velvet, the Nachcafe, the Alte Hauptpost and the Leipzig Volksspalast are only a small excerpt of his club references. He has also recorded various major events such as the SonnenMondSterne Festival, the Sputnik Springbreak Festival, the StereoCity Festival. Even in the international arena, the HouseKaspeR was able to convince itself of the Dinxperlo arena in the Netherlands.
The HouseKaspeR is therefore on the way to become a top number in the national and international regions!
It’s hard to believe an entire decade has gone by since Claude VonStroke first released ‘Who’s Afraid of Detroit”. But believe it or not, we’ve reached the 10 year mark of one of the biggest hits of Claude’s career, and we felt it’s about time for some fresh takes on the track that helped launch VonStroke and Dirtybird.
For the 10 year anniversary, we tapped into the Motor City’s outstanding talent pool and enlisted an amazing lineup of Detroit artists to help us celebrate. Besides Claude VonStroke’s brand new 2016 remix, we also included mixes from techno icons Octave One, minimal techno pioneer Marc Houle (Windsor is close enough!), and the accomplished trio Visionquest.
Not limiting the Detroit based artist package to just the music, the haunting release artwork comes to us from Michigan illustrator Dan May. In addition, a dark David Lynch style music video comes from award winning Detroit director, Anthony Ernest Garth.
“Who’s Afraid of Detroit Remixes” will be released on the 10th anniversary of the Movement Festival in what city?. Detroit, of course.
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Production: Les Tribuns
Chef opérateur: Jerôme Berthier
Chef décorateur: Arnaud Lebasnier
With the support of NightShift (Renaud Coulon & Alice Syrakvash)
Performers: Lenny aka Ghöst (singer), Soa de Muse, Tiggythorn, Humberto Fernnades, Corbeille Dallas, Canelle Doublekick. Thanks to le Bal Con, Rebeka Warrior & Jeanne Added, Charlie le Mindu, Florentin Glemarec, Matthieu Guerrin, Aurelien Delaeter, Joseph Malerba & Henri Coutant
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The bi-annual San Diego event has been charted as one of California’s top electronic music occasions, taking place across the San Diego Bay Waterfront for two days of warm weather bliss.
The spring series featured Dusky, Jackmaster, Seth Troxler back-to-back with Eats Everything, Peggy Gou, Josh Wink, Claude Vonstroke, Mija, Heidi, Cassy, Moon Boots, Skream, Horse Meat Disco and more.
Claude VonStroke Birdhouse set at CRSSD Festival, March 2017 in San Diego, California.
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Italian DJ/producer Franz Costa releases his first EP on the label Feb 10. The package includes remixes from Neverdogs and LEON, Natch & Dothen. Our premiere is the original which has been getting serious love from the don that is Marco Carola.
TECH-HOUSE: Franz Costa – Somebody [Deeperfect]
Hip hop vocals and techy beats
From his first solo EP on the label. Out Feb 10.
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