Robot Koch – Hard To Find 

I know him since a long time, he released like me on Ellen Allien´s Bpitchcontrol and we were playing together sometimes with his band jahcoozi. Now i´m super impressed from his new music, very modern and beautiful.

Robot Koch – Hard To Find [HD]


J Dilla – So Far To Go (Feat Common & D’Angelo)

Relaxing with a spliff and J.Dilla. 

J Dilla – So Far To Go (Feat Common & D'Angelo)


Nightmares On Wax – Nights Interlude

One of my favorites from them.

Nightmares On Wax – Nights Interlude


A Tribe Called Quest-Steve Biko(Stir it up) [1993]*

Old school hiphop is the shit!

A Tribe Called Quest-Steve Biko(Stir it up) [1993]*


Mounika – Sleepy Walker

This one I heard first time at the Kater Blau restaurant in Berlin. I had to go to the bar and ask for the track name and discovered Mounika.

Mounika : Sleepy Walker


Mathew Jonson – Dayz

Good to dance and good for home! He made many good tracks. 



Do Piano – Again (Extended Video Remastered)

Even if I’m too you young, but I feel like a kid from the 80’s. Lets make love again!

Do Piano – Again (Extended Video Remastered)


The Alchemist – Back Again

The complete album ‘Rappers best friend’ instrumental is amazing, I´ve listened 1000 times.

The Alchemist – Back Again


The Human League – Things That Dreams Are Made Of

Another 80s classic instrumental single version where I still get goosebumps.

The Human League – Things that dreams are made of


Pascäal – Drowning In You

Very modern. I love it.

Pascäal – Drowning In You


Pulshar – The Price You Pay

This album from pulshar you can play in a loop in the sun on the beach forever!

Pulshar – The Price You pay


Housemeister – Stand Up! EP

Housemeister is a Berlin staple, a career DJ and producer whose works always reflect the city itself, and with his latest offering, the “Stand Up!” EP, he brings us the blueprint for 2018 in the techno capital. The 5-course menu presented here with “Stand Up!” brings elements of Dance Mania, EBM, dizzying 90’s techno and hot tape lo-fi minimalism that alone seem deceptively different, but as a whole create a darkly harmonious flavour for the season.
Deftly edited by Boys Noize, title track “Stand Up!” finds firm footing in Detroit and Chicago from which it winds, shifts, builds and surprises, trading the repetitiveness of its influences for an evolving 6 minutes of club weaponry. “BØDYMVS1K” has Housemeister dropping a tough as nails, EBM arpeggio-led stomper into the mix, the only track lacking the percussive groove found on the rest of the EP, but also marking a certain energetic peak.
The remainder of the EP takes us to the later hours and is also where Housemeister’s drum sequencing really shines. “Anark” departs into delirious, cavernous, and maddening techno, while “TAKE1BAB3” is a minimal lock-groove built around a hypnotizing and haunting vocal sample. The Dance Mania influence returns with the closer, “Come Back,” which also serves as a synthesis of the EP’s wider vision. Three minutes in, a single synth and some open hats lift the track to unanticipated dancefloor heights; the night, apparently, is far from over. This is Housemeister’s Berlin, after all.

Housemeister – Stand Up! EP (Boysnoize Records) Release: 22nd June 2018 Cat. No. BNR178