Testing Traktor for iPad

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Finally, Native Instruments released an app for the ipad called “Traktor DJ“. Since Traktor is the widest used DJ software and the ipad has so much to offer to manipulate music with its interface the expectations were extremely high. And they didn’t fail. The price of 18 EUR is ok for what you get and after reading the first reviews and I instantly had to download and try it.
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Bristol scene video

Bristol. City in the south of England. Home of so called Trip Hop and the drum n bass scene around Krust and Roni Size. Home of some of my favorite producers like Peverelist, Hyetal, Applebim or Pinch. In this video you’ll meet some of them. From 2011 but still good. Read more →

My best tracks from the Devorama party

The Devorama party was a big, packed, sweaty and joyful event. The guests showed their devotion with buying more beer after the 30 free crates were gone. I was superhyped and excited that everything went so well and sat at the terrace with lasts hardcore crew until the sun rose. And of course, I took my chance to play some tunes after Symbiz had finished the energy loaded show. Here are my favorites of this quite dark dubstep set. Read more →

Symbiz Sound


Probably the most entertaining bass music crew in Berlin, these two guys blow your mind when they play live. They go mental on their self built controller, sing, rap, play guitar, use the siren extensively and know exactly how to play with the audience. The first time I saw them, they managed to fill an empty tent with a raging crowd over the course of 30 minutes.

Symbiz’ ragga and tropical infused dubstep is densely filled with effect sounds, interesting changes, great vocals and funny ideas. Computer games get mashed in, a polka band, ironic shouts. It’s great fun, not too serious, yet with an attitude. These guys know what they’re doing and they never seem to run out of ideas. Read more →

Splash Festival happening now

Splash Festival is Germany’s most popular hip hop festival. I remember the first Splash in 1999, I was 19 and did an internship at Intro magazine. I travelled to more than 10 festivals in one summer (which is a lot but nothing compared to what Christine is doing this year) and Splash was one of them. I even got to go on stage and introduce artists to the crowd. I can’t quite remember why they let me do that but it was definitely a good time. Read more →