September 16th, 2009 // 2 Comments // Posted by Matthias
Ok Fellas, the summer-session passes by and like every year in Germany, the end of the summer comes too fast. The Picture couldnt say it better – this little wishfully house mix was exactly powered by emotional moments like this. Beware of the Deepness and enjoy.
Perfect for the summer here´s a proper house mix to get your groove on. Vinyl only with both classics and fresh tunes, my brother Benny made me think of the good old days in Portugal, where he´s probably having the best time playin these. Way to go…great stuff!
So this might be a reason for me to head over to Bristol this Summer to visit some Friends, go to some nice Dubstep parties and to check out the Banksy exhibition at the Bristol Museum.
He did an Interview with Times Online (rare thing to have Banksy on the Press)… read it here.
Plus there is a nice little Video by the BBC with an Interview with the director of the Museum. Full Press Coverage!!!!
By the way… the exhibiton lasts till the 31st of August and entrance is free!
This guy is German. He really is, trust me! Looking at his tour calendar, you wouldn´t think he is. Because D-Nox spends more time abroad, captivating huge crowds worldwide with his genre defying sets between Techno, Electro and Progressive House, than in his motherland. About 95 percent of the time he is busy somewhere between Mexico, Israel, China, Australia, Russia, Japan or God knows where. Often playing in front of 20,000 and more party-goons at the most renowned venues.
Also known as a DJ in the Progressive House scene and a good friend of mine, Koszki (blue tunes records) hooked up with Christian Wedekind aka D-Nox for a little talk. During his placement at www.freshmilk.de he had the chance to come up with an Interview.
Several years ago, back then deeper in the Goa-Trance scene, i listened to his sets on many festivals and partys like the voov experience. We’ve never been very trancy and where more into the progressive and groovy stuff. Most times i get real inspired by the sets and sounds of D-Nox and his musical diversity. And also nowadays i can find similarities between our musical taste.
As a little old Fan of him and his mate Beckers now i proudly present this little chat with a man who became a worldplayer.
Redaktion: Krzysztof Macikowski / Marie-Sophie Rudolph
Camera: Krzysztof Macikowski / Alejandro Bernal
Postproductionsoftware: FinalCut, Photoshop, Soundtrack Pro
Editor: Krzysztof Macikowski for www.freshmilk.de