Mudd.Zed is a 25 year old techno producer from Göttingen, Germany. By the age of eight he started playing the guitar and explored his love for music. He was into almost every genre from Reggae to Hip Hop to Hardcore Punk, but for a long time he had an aversion to electronic music. Only at the age of 21 he discovered clubbing and a whole new world opened up to him. Inspired by artists like Ben Klock, Marcel Dettmann, Steric, Shifted etc. he got into dark atmospheric techno and started djing by 22 and producing by 23. In 2018 he made his debut on Beatport with ‘Vinyllover Recordings’ and ‘blackaud.io Recordings’. As his friend and roommate Kreissystem took care of the Label blackaud.io Recordings, he started supporting him organizing parties and digital releases. In 2019 He got in touch with Labels like Pure Dope Digital, Technological Records, Torchmood Records, Deadgroovymusic and many more.
Nach jahrelangem klassischen Musizieren als Orchesterquerflötistin versucht sich Flotte Motte jetzt an den Turntables. Mit verschepperten Beats und verträumten Melodien will sie das technoverwöhnte Göttingen ein paar bpm herunterfahren und lädt zu entspannten Schunkeln und Stampfen ein - Frei nach der Downtempo -Facon "Der Bass muss atmen". Mit Einflüssen lateinamerikanischen Rythmen, dem 80er und 90er Elektro und allem, was irgendwie verbimmelt ist, kommt ein bunter Mix zustande, der durch eigene Produktionen abgerundet wird.
Born and raised in Kenya with loads of love for music. I started making mixtapes at an early age, and over the years, I developed a passion for DJing. Deep African sounds with drums and vocals combined with deep house and electronic components define my artist's name. The interplay between Afro-House, Afro-Beat, with that funky soul, is what to expect in this beautiful series of unapologetically house music. Welcome to my house!
Open collective for deep electronic music. The origin of the word hakawati حكواتي lies in the arabic terms hekaye حكاية (story) and haki حكي (talk). The hakawati was the one who told stories in times before radio and newspapers existed. In ancient times a hakawati came to a coffeehouse to tell his tales about love, hate, tragedy and hope. Every night he stopped at the most exciting part, so that his audience came back the next day until the day he finished and moved on to the next city. The culture of storytelling survived the changes of past centuries and until today people come together curious to know how the story continues.
Growing up with classic musical education, including percussion, piano and organ, Fritz Direktor discovered his love for deejaying at the age of 14. Two years later he bought his first set of turntables and started playing a mix of digital and vinyl sounds. Since then, he developed an own style for his sets, fast-and-forward house, a combination of deep- and tech-elements on mainly phat ass house beats. After some years of absence, playing only some small and underground events in his mid twenties, Fritz Direktor came back to the scene, to share his love for good dance music with the crowd.