世界中のクラブでプレイしているFabeだが、近年ではベルリンのClub der VisionäreやFUSEロンドンのクラブでよくプレイし、フランクフルトのFlash Artist Bookingに所属している。
また、2014よりマンハイムのクラブ、Parker Lewis でレジデントを務める。
Born in Berlin, raised in Mannheim. From his roots in the 90s HipHop, he found his way to the electronic music. Since 2010 he appeared in several projects and made his success, after dedicating completely to the underground music. With the vinyl release Sketch EP (2015), on Mannheim based label “Valioso”, he left his first sustainable footprints and received a great reputation on this.After this remarkable moment, Fabe continuously evolves himself, based on a mix that combines his talents and ambitious work . Even in 2016 he successfully start to run his own label Salty Nuts. His swinging sound includes complex beat structures paired with a classic house drive andtechno grooves. His sound even attracts Non-Mannheim based labels like Einzelkind´s “La Pena” or London based label
“FUSE”. After several club experiences all around the world, nowadays he is a well seen DJ at Berlins“Club der Visionäre” or the infamous “Fuse London” parties and a fix part of Frankfurts artist agency Flash Artist Booking. Since the end of 2014, Fabe is an official resident at Mannheims nightclub Parker Lewis.
Cinthie is a Berlin based DJ and producer, and the creative mind behind the Beste Modus and Unison Wax record labels. A well-known figure in the German capital’s house scene, Cinthie’s career began as a teenager spinning records at clubs in the 1990s, before going on to sign with Low Spirit Recordings at the turn of the century and finding herself in demand at parties everywhere from Moscow to Mexico. These days Cinthie is a resident at [IPSE] and Humboldthain Club, where her vinyl-only DJ sets and intuitive ability to weave deep-yet-bassy mixes have seen her become a figurehead amongst the next generation of German house music virtuosos.
Along with Diego Krause, Ed Herbst and stevn.aint.leavn, Cinthie represents the Beste Modus / Beste Freunde collective. Linked by a shared penchant for good house music and a love of Berlin’s unending parties, the crew have already pressed four eagerly-sought-after white label 12″s together and been snapped up by Watergate for a residency at the famous club. Along with Krause, Cinthie also runs Unison Wax, a vinyl-only label dedicated to unpretentious, floor-ready house music. Launched in 2014, the imprint’s inaugural record gained international press attention and went onto become one of the year’s word of mouth successes.
If that wasn’t enough, Cinthie also owns and runs the ‘Stasi Studios’ complex – so called because the building once functioned as a Stasi office. Now home to figures such as Rødhåd, Ben Klock, Roman Lindau, Gebrüder Teichmann and others, the studio has established itself as one of the city’s most singular corners of dance-music creativity and is set to expand its space in 2015 to accommodate an increase in demand. With nearly two-decades of expertise, Cinthie’s talents as a DJ, producer, label owner and studio boss position her as one of the German capital’s most consistent house music figures. What’s more, with Beste Modus, Beste Freunde and Unison Wax all positioned to enjoy their biggest year yet, Cinthie’s status as one of Berlin’s foremost dance-music innovators shows no sign of letting up anytime soon.
名門 !K7からリリースされた処女作『You Make Me Real』が世界中で話題騒然となり、その後、総勢11人編成となったThe Brandt Brauer Flick Ensembleを展開、新曲も含め、出世作”Bop”のほか、”You Make Me Real”、”Mi Corazon”、”Caffeine”、”Teufelsleiter”といった『You Make Me Real』収録の人気曲の再構築、Emika”Printend”とJames Braun”A 606 N Rock N Roll”のリメイク、メンバーの増強でさらに可能性が広がったThe Brandt Brauer Flick Ensembleが、前作以上にダンス・ミュージックの無限の可能性を追求し表現している。
ダンスミュージックのアイコンとして知られる、A Guy Called Geraldは、躍進的で妥協をしない突出した存在である。
彼は88年のクラッシック”Voodoo Ray”、そして808 Stateの一員としての”Pacific State”でヨーロッパのアシッドハウスに熱狂を巻き起こした。そしてそれは、jungle・D’N’Bへの青写真へと続く。
そして彼はDavid Bowie, Cabaret Voltaire, Black Uhuru, Finley Quaye, Lamb, Tricky and The Stone Roses等のリミックスも行っている。
A Guy Called Geraldはだれもが知っているとおり、イギリスのダンスミュージックの責任者であり、そして今日も彼のライブセッションパフォーマンスはスタジオ・クラブにての可能性を模索している。
An iconic name in dance music, A Guy Called Gerald stands out for consistent innovation, excellence and refusal to compromise. A Guy Called Gerald kick started Europe’s acid house frenzy with his ’88 classic ‘Voodoo Ray’ and ‘Pacific State’ (as part of 808 State) and went on to lay down the blueprint for jungle / drum n bass. Nine albums and 25 years of independence later, he continues to push the boundaries of electronic dance music touring worldwide bringing his “true school” flavour to a world overloaded with pop pap.
Although his remixes are relatively enviable including the likes of David Bowie, Cabaret Voltaire, Black Uhuru, Finley Quaye, Lamb, Tricky and The Stone Roses, it is Gerald’s own productions and refusal to plough anyone’s furrow but his own which has marked him out. A Guy Called Gerald is responsible for the birth of British dance music as you know it today and continues to explore what is possible both in the studio and in the club with his “Live in Session” performances.
“I have decided the only way to give music to the people is raw and straight from the true school. I don’t have to hide behind any trend or gimmicks. ie. analogue equipment and vinyl fetishism. I’m sorry to say but I still feel like I’m blazing the way forward only because everyone seems to be stuck in “retrogression” mode. Maybe they need a stop / start to get them out of the loop? I refuse to compromise when it comes to my sound. I realised that I’m the only real deal within dance music when I found it was impossible for me to sell out. This is the True School.”
A Guy Called Gerald
A trio of guitar, bass and drums, Elektro Guzzi overcome the boundary between analogue versus digital, performing techno live with the drive of a machine and the sonic detail of an instrument – without any computers or loopers.
The unparalleled appeal of their unique, energetic live performance – you see how every sound is created, right there, on the spot – has made them a primary choice for cutting edge dance music festivals like Roskilde, Sónar (2x official program), Mutek, Melt!, Stop Making Sense, C/O Pop, Eurosonic, Extrema, Iceland Airwaves, Sziget, Dancity and many more across Europe, North and Latin America and Japan. In addition to that, their journey has taken Elektro Guzzi to most of Europe’s clubs, including performances at Fabric and every single floor at Berghain.
A collaborative EP with KiNK here, an audio-visual live show there, a Resident Advisor podcast or an album with a full trombone ensemble in between – Elektro Guzzi are always on the move.