Whatever it may be that one looks up when it comes to electronic music, wherever one may search to gather information about the worldwide music phenomenon called Techno, you will come across the name Roman Flügel at some point.
Currently residing in Brooklyn, New York Justin Van Der Volgen has become well-known for his eclectic approach to electronic music and his musical playground ‘My Rules Records’.
It’s the authenticity and the reflected way to express himself as well as he perceives himself as a person, an artist and also how he observes his surrounding that make you want to find out more about Ricardo Tobar.
Whatever ‘theme’ he focuses on, it turns to something profound. German producer and New-Berliner Roman Flügel’s vita not only reads well, it reads like the history of electronic music.
In the last twenty years, Flügel has embedded himself into underground society, well-known yet still alternative, his name now synonymous with leftfield, independent creations.
‘We Love…’ at Space marked Ian Blevins’ entry into the electronic music circus and ever since the British DJ and producer has spoilt its crowd with few but meaningful music.
Raphael Ripperton just released his third album called ‘Sight Seeing’ on ESP Institute. Therefore the Swizz DJ and producer chose a different approach in terms of music and came up with a rather laid back sound.
Benedikt Frey has come a long way with his new album ‘Artificial’. The Berlin based DJ and producer worked more than two years on it before putting together the 13 compositions.