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The Birds & The Bees

Im Club mit: The Birds & The Bees (Interview + Mix)

Keine Veranstaltungsreihe wurde in unseren bisherigen Interviews mit der Wiener Veranstalter-Szene dermaßen oft als Inspiration genannt wie The Loud Minority. Die existiert in seiner ursprünglichen Form leider nicht mehr – in den warmen Sommermonaten leben der Spirit, die Musik und der über die Jahre entstandene Freundeskreis jedoch weiterhin in Form von The Birds & The Bees fort. Liebhaber seelenvoller Tanzmusik können die Sommerabende unter diesem Brand wahlweise am Dancefloor, im Garten oder auf der Hollywoodschaukel verbringen. Mr. Guan, seit Beginn Resident und treibende Kraft sowohl hinter The Loud Minority als auch The Birds & The Bees hat uns mehr darüber erzählt und einen schönen Mix mitgebracht.

The Birds & The Bees
Erinnerungen an einen heißen Sommer: Mr. Guan (mi.) mit den Gast-DJs Janefondas

The Birds & The Bees – wer steckt hinter diesem Namen? Was macht ihr und wer ist bei euch wofür zuständig?

The Birds & The Bees soll eine Anspielung an die Gefühle des Sommers, des Erwachens, der Liebe und der Leichtigkeit sein. Ich veranstalte das wöchentliche Event seit letztem Jahr solo mit Hilfe von guten Freunden die sich um Konzept und Grafik kümmern, einem Promo Team und einer fixen Crew Vorort.

Seit wann ist The Birds & The BEes im Wiener Nachtleben aktiv, und wie ist es überhaupt dazu gekommen?

Vor fünf Jahren rief mich ein guter alter Freund an, der damals den Volksgarten Pavillon gemanagt hat, und fragte: “Warum machst du eigentlich nichts bei uns?”. Ich fand die Idee sofort gut, ein Abend von Freunden für Freunde guter Musik in einer großartigen Garten-Location. Die Veranstaltung war als lockere sommerliche Dj Residenz gedacht und ist aus dem Loud Minority Umfeld entstanden.

Und wie sieht es bei The Birds & The Bees aktuell aus – wo und wie oft macht ihr Veranstaltungen? Welche Idee und welches musikalische Konzept verfolgt ihr, und welches Publikum wollt ihr damit ansprechen?

Wir starten jedes Jahr ab dem 1. Freitag im Mai und bespielen die Location wöchentlich bis Mitte September. Unser Publikum ist großartig, bunt durchgemischt, von Szene-Kennern, Musikern, Tänzern und Künstlern bis hin zum Städtereisenden, Expat und Anzugträger ist alles dabei. Genauso abwechslungsreich ist die Musikalische Auswahl mit dem gemeinsamen Nenner qualitativer Dance Music.

The Birds & The Bees
Bei The Birds & The Bees hat man die Wahl: Gemütlicher Garten – oder volles Haus…!

Wie ist es aktuell, in Wien Partys zu veranstalten, könnt ihr davon leben? Was motiviert euch, damit weiter zu machen, was macht euch eher zu schaffen, welche Probleme seht ihr?

Finanziell geht sich alles unterm Strich aus, die Motivation ist aber in erster Linie leidenschaftlicher Natur.

Wenn ihr auf eure bisherige Laufbahn als Veranstalter zurückblickt: Was waren die Highlights, woran erinnert ihr euch gerne?

Highlights waren zum Beispiel die “The Loud Minority” Konzert-Reihe im Porgy & Bess mit Künstlern wie Bilal, Thundercat, Aloe Blacc
Die familiären Abende damals im Roxy.. da werde ich ganz nostalgisch wenn ich daran denke. Sa-Ra Creative Partners im Planetarium!!!! Es gibt so viele…

Und welche Momente waren für euch am schwierigsten?

Nach viel Vorbereitung, Einsatz und Herzblut eine Veranstaltung mal nicht so gut gelaufen ist und man am Ende völlig erschöpft und müde Resümee ziehen muss.

Gab es bei euren bisherigen Partys auch Bookings, die ihr definitiv nicht mehr machen würdet? Und wenn ja, wieso?

Nope.

Wenn Geld und sonstige Ressourcen keine Rolle spielen würden – wie würde die Party eurer Träume aussehen, und wer würde dort auftreten?

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Bereits das Artwork vermittelt eine Idee von Sommer, Sonne und good vibes…

Ein The Birds & The Bees New Years Eve / Full Moon Special in Mexico am Strand von Tulum mit DJ Jazzy Jeff, J Rocc, Karriem Riggins. Alle Gäste werden VIP mässig eingeflogen und verpflegt 😉

Nachdem sich das Jahresende mit großen Schritten nähert: Was darf man 2016 und darüber hinaus von euch erwarten?

Ich freue mich jetzt schon auf The Birds & The Bees Summer Season 2016 jeden Freitag im Volksgarten Pavillon.

Und zum Schluss natürlich die obligatorische Frage – wie gefällt euch die neue Play.fm-Seite, was würdet ihr euch als Veranstalter davon wünschen?

Mir gefallt das schönes übersichtliche Design, die Suchfunktion über Städte ist ein nettes Feature.

Auch wir freuen uns schon auf weitere wahlweise ausgelassene oder gemütliche Freitag-Abende im kommenden Sommer – am 6. Mai 2015 geht es wieder los! Etwas Sonnenschein für die kalten Wintermonate findet ihr anbei im Mix von Mr. Guan, mitgeschnitten bei der diesjährigen Closing Party von The Birds & The Bees!

Noch nicht genug? Mehr Mixes aus Wien findest du in unserem Vienna City Channel!

Double D.

Interview with: Double D. from Frankfurt am Main

Today, we’d like to introduce you to yet another of our loyal power uploaders, one that has been keeping our feeds funky fresh since 2009: Double D. from Offenbach near Frankfurt/Germany! For six years already, Double D. has been using Play.fm as an archive for his radio show named Funky Fresh – and this has been growing ever since, counting almost 100 uploads by now and attracting an increasing audience. He kindly took his time to chat with us about his show, his hood, his two decades of DJing experience and lots more…

You’re host of the show Funky Fresh, broadcasted live on Frankfurt based Radio X bi-weekly and available within the Play.fm archives later on. When did you start the show, and what was the initial idea?

Back in March 1997, the federal state of Hesse developed first plans on launching a frequency for a non-commercial local radio station. At that time, two applicants in Frankfurt started a week of test broadcasts. That was when the first Funky Fresh show was broadcasted on Radio Tox. Radio Tox, however, was a bunch of unorganized hippies with autonomous structures, and so, after that week, the better organized team of Radio X received the license. A few weeks later however, they asked me to start a Hip Hop show on their frequency, as they were told that my test show on Radio Tox had been pretty good. Ever since, I’ve been doing up to three shows per month (each first, third and fifth Saturday from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM) as well as a monthly DJ night (each third Tuesday from 11:00 PM to 2:00 AM) up to this very day. In total, that’s seven to nine hours of radio each month. At Play.fm, a former editor named Dr. Glocke opened the door for me – which I’m still very thankful for.

The title Funky Fresh tells pretty much of the concept, still: To someone who hasn’t heard your show yet, how would you describe the musical bias?

Double D.True, the name says it all: The music has to be funky and fresh. FUNKY stands for a reference to Funk music, the musical structures of broken beats and fat, groovy basslines. FRESH means, that the songs have to be “new”, at least to the show – in all the years since 1997, I’ve never played a song twice. Each show is being freshly prepared with music that I’ve come across within the last weeks. The musical bias, thus, is “new” and “funky”, yet hailing from various genres: Funk, Soul, Downbeat, Reggae, Easy Listening, Dubstep, Drum & Bass, House, Disco, Boogie, Rap and Hip Hop might pop up on the show as well as mashups, remixes or edits of old classics, or – I don’t even know what they call it these days? Trap, Ghetto Funk, Neo Funk, Nu Soul…? It simply has to kick me and have a groove of some sort. Furthermore, I’m strongly involving myself as a DJ on the show, so it might get hard to even tell the borders between the single tracks. Funky Fresh, that’s it – a term that’s rooted in a Hip Hop context, appearing in a lot of songs from the 80ies and defining something that’s new, fresh, cool and hip.

How can we imagine a Funky Fresh show being produced? Do you select the music spontaniously fitting to your current mood, or are the whole two hours planned in advance?

I plan everything just as much as I find the time 🙂 Basically, I prepare the show in several steps. I’m continously scanning new music – if I like something, it ends up in my crate. Once it’s in there, I analyze the BPM, sort the songs by genres and score them using a five star rating. That helps me filtering the tracks and getting to know them better. Indeed, it may happen that a song that already made it into my crate will disappear again. Within two weeks, I usually check out between 200 and 300 songs, of which a maximum of 80 finally gets into the Funky Fresh crate, where I once again sort them by tempo and mood. I usually start the show rather slow and mellow, getting increasingly faster within the two hours. I usually drink one or two 0.5l bottles of coke during the show, which makes me ever more pumped and hectic. You have to keep in mind, it’s Saturday noon and mostly, I’m still tired and hungover from Friday night. It’s sort of a mutual process – the music boosts me and I, accordingly, choose the music within my prepared track pool. Usually, I mix up between 45 and 60 songs within 120 minutes.

Double D.As discussed, you’ve been hosting your show on Play.fm since 2009. What is it that you like about Play.fm generally and the new site particularly?

First of all, I like that I get listened to a lot. I’ve always digged Play.fm, yet, the new player is lovely and the layout is even better arranged and up to date now. I’m having fun putting up mixes on Play.fm, it’s self-explaining and easy to do. Back then, I was looking for a appropriate platform to host my mixes online permanently, as Radio X only broadcasts terrestrially, via cable and live stream, but does not offer any downloads or online archives due to legal reasons. I have to state though that all Funky Fresh shows on Play.fm are edits of the original broadcasts. I cut all the moderation, add an extra intro and might do a few additional edits, making place for new, distinct mixes to emerge.

You’re living in Offenbach am Main, a direct neighbour city to Frankfurt. That area has been a European stronghold for Techno for a long time, with legendary clubs like Dorian Gray, Sven Väth’s Cocoon Club or the Robert Johnson, which is still in business. How do you feel about the local scene, and what is going on besides Techno and Trance?

A big question. I was born in 1972 and fell in love with Hip Hop in the early 80ies. Back then, there was no Techno, but instead, a lot of GIs and US Americans living in the surrounding area. As a consequence, besides Berlin, we used to have one of the most vibrant Hip Hop scenes in Germany. However, as Frankfurt is a rather cold city with a huge focus on money and economics, the scene went commercial pretty soon (remember Snap and such?). In the early 90ies, Techno emerged and of course, I had a few blasts at the Omen or left some graffitis at the Dorian Gray. I’m still going to Robert Johnson every once in a while – rather not because of the music though, but because latenight, it’s often the last spot where there’s still something going on. The local scene, however, is very diverse. It’s true that electronic music is pretty dominant, but within the whole area, there are way more things going on. We have a vivid underground representing all imaginable musical genres. The area around Central Train Station is very hip, as well as a few other spots within the inner city. The harbour of Offenbach is definitely hot, you’ll find anything going on from mainstream to underground. There are three clubs within 75 metres right along the Main riverside: MTW, Robert Johnson and Hafen 2. That builds a narrow, tense atmosphere.

Double D.You’ve been busy as a DJ since the late 80ies. In which ways has being a DJ changed ever since – in positive aspects as well as negative?

For those who are willing, the technique has changed a lot. Of course you can still rock a party with nothing more than two turntables and a simple mixer, that was and still is a wonderful thing to do. However, I’m honestly happy that these days, we have long durable crossfaders and the chance to adjust Highs, Mids and Lows for each channel individually. As a trained radio and television engineer, I’ve always followed the technical progress and supported new developments. Each time has it’s evolution, and today, we’ve almost overcome the analogue vs. digital debate. The progress goes on and Native Instruments’s Traktor software, for instance, comes up with one innovation after another. That makes room for new creative ideas and expands your options. Personally, I prefer the DVS option as I like to keep the feel of vinyl, but don’t feel too much like carrying all my 12.000 vinyl records to each single gig.

Your DJ career took you to quite a lot of places, as part of cultural exchange programs with China and Russia for instance, or as an instructor for Vestax DJ School and VibrA School of DJing. Currently, what does your everyday life look like besides hosting the radio show, and what projects will you be focussing on in the near future?

I’m currently self-employed and do a lot of work with kids and juveniles. According to the motto “Eachoneteachone”, I’m continously trying to help people escape from their everyday frustration and let music and the according emotional perception shine on them, encouraging them in their creative abilities and self-confidence. I’m active in the field of prevention of violence, but also willing to be booked for well paid jobs at a fair occassionally. Anything can, but nothing has to happen. I try to keep the fun in my work and only do what I really feel like. That doesn’t always pay with cash, but mostly with appreciation. I’m still involved with international exchange programs, we try to accomplish with likeminded artists what politics don’t: Equality and exchange of positive minded people to overcome the fear of the unknown, the reduction of prejudices and appreciation for foreign cultures and lifestyles. Those are our goals.

Keen to know what Funky Fresh sounds and feels like? Take a digital slide through memory lane from last week back to 2009 right here – and be sure to follow Double D.‘s profile right here on Play.fm to stay current with way more yet to come!

Further links:
http://www.double-d.dj
http://www.radiox.de/sendungen/funky-fresh.html
https://www.facebook.com/FunkyFreshShow

Mixes by Double D on play.fm

Gerald van der Hint - one of 30 DJs from Vienna you should know!

Spot on Vienna – 30 DJs you should know

Vienna – does that ring a bell? The reference of this town probably brings up thoughts of classical music, old emperors with white beards, art nouveau buildings and Schnitzel in first place. However, Austria’s capital also offers a lively, diverse electronic music scene to discover, which not only brought up worldwide renowned artists like Dorian Concept, Patrick Pulsinger, Kruder & Dorfmeister or Camo & Krooked, but dozens and hundreds of creative, devoted individuals pushing things forward as DJs, producers, event and club promoters or operators of labels or record stores, and making it a shiny, little gem for music lovers.

Album covers of Austrian artists
You probably own at least one of those, don’t you..?

How do we know? Simple, we live here – Play.fm was founded by people from and having its headquarters in Vienna since 2004. Thus, as a kick-off for our new city channels, nothing more obvious for us to do to showcase some (thirty to be exact) of the Vienna’s most talented, demanded, interesting, forward-thinking or in any other way influential players and have them chatting about life in Vienna and the local scene as well as do what they do best: Mix up magnificent music!

So throughout the recently passed months of May and June, we did thirty interviews (in German only yet, any translation tool of your choice shall give you the overall idea though), each coming along with an exclusive mix – a collection that showcases the wide range of Vienna’s club scene, from Hip Hop, Reggae and Funk via all shades of House and Techno to Dubstep, Drum & Bass and other styles of Bass music – here’s the full list of links to the many-faceted sound of Vienna:

 

#1: Emil Berliner

Part of Junge Wilde collective and a splendid producer with releases on Great Stuff, Schönbrunner Perlen or My Best Friend.

Read the interview


 

#2: Shroombab

Initiator of Junglistic Sistaz, a worldwide network of female Drum & Bass artists, and operator of High Tension Records.

Read the interview


 

#3: Olinclusive

Part of DSTYCRTS, a collective of dedicated DJs and beatmakers, one half of DJ team Scooby Duo and band member of Captain Hot Dog Sauce.

Read the interview


 

#4: DJ Mogli

Part of Treasure Isle, Vienna’s longest running sound system in regards of Roots Reggae, Dub, Rocksteady and any other authentic Jamaican sounds.

Read the interview


 

#5: Joja

Former radio host on Superfly FM and operator of V ARE, a local initiative to blend music, visual arts, design and other disciplines of arts.

Read the interview


 

#6: Nicole Jaey

An up and coming multi-talent (DJ, producer, live-performing artist and singer) rooted in Vienna’s leading audiovisual festival sound:frame.

Read the interview


 

#7: Makossa

One of Austria’s longest serving DJs, head of music at nationwide public radio FM4, one part of Makossa & Megablast (with releases on Gigolo Records and G-Stone) and innovator of the term Swound Sound.

Read the interview


 

#8: Ken Hayakawa

One of the head honchos at the Schönbrunner Perlen label and one of the most renowned Techno producers with releases on liebe*detailMusik gewinnt Freunde or Goldmin Music.

Read the interview


 

#9: Trishes

Devoted music journalist and host of FM4’s Hip Hop show Tribe Vibes, beatmaker on Duzz Down San and curator of this year’s popfest.

Read the interview


 

#10: Doree

One of Vienna’s freshest and already most demanded Drum & Bass DJs, representing Switch! and City Warriors Vienna.

Read the interview


 

#11: Roman Rauch

Our town’s number one export regarding deep, analogish House these days, with a discography including releases on PhilpotEndless Flight/Mule MusiqQuintessentials and an album on klamauk.

Read the interview


 

#12: Mia Rabe

Part of Viennoise, an artist collective combining their passion for electronic music with concerts, visual arts and exhibitions.

Read the interview


 

#13: Laho

Vienna’s jack-of-all-trades, record dealer at Tongues, event promoter and, not least, a dedicated DJ daring to explore sounds off the beaten track.

Read the interview


 

#14: Matt Mor

One of the town’s most demanded DJs regarding true, uncompromising Techno, promoter of Wechselstrom events and co-running the label Panterre Musique.

Read the interview


 

#15: pocketful of g:ld 

One of the local DJs and promoters most likely to dare and deal music that’s off the public radar, running the BLVZE nights and the home-made events at Das Werk.

Read the interview


 

#16: Mann & Klamm

A young duo fully dedicated to House, with DJ appearances between Barcelona and Istanbul and releases on Houseology, Piston Recordings and My Little Dog.

Read the interview


 

#17: Joyce Muniz

One who has been steadily touring the world throughout the past few years, while still dropping releases on internationally aknowledged labels as 20:20 VisionTop Billin’ and Exploited.

Read the interview


 

#18: B.Visible

One of the city’s leading beatmakers, a regular on Duzz Down San and with releases on Cosmonostro.

Read the interview


 

#19: Simonlebon

Founding father and co-operator of internationally aknowledged Luv Shack Records and one half of the production duo Burnin’ Tears.

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#20: Pezo Fox

One of the godfathers, being busy as DJ, promoter and record dealer for 25 years, responsible for bringing artists like KRS-OneMos Def or the Wu-Tang Clan to town.

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#21: Gerald van der Hint 

Promoter of events like Meat Market and Mutter and a fully dedicated Techno- and House-DJ himself.

Read the interview


 

#22: Christoph Wagner

Long-term host of the Jazzdination Radioshow, doing regular interviews and live-sessions with artists like Dorian ConceptLouie Austen or Brenk Sinatra.

Read the interview


 

#23: Jay Rome

Head of Blu Saphir Records and it’s several sublabels, home for international Drum & Bass artists like BungleSyncopix and Bassface Sascha.

Read the interview


 

#24: Slack Hippy

One of our town’s longest serving and still most demanded DJs and a regular at FM4 La Boum deluxe.

Read the interview


 

#25: Zanshin

Part of Affine Records, as both a solo artist as well as one half of Ogris Debris, also appearing on Compost RecordsNurvous Records and disko404.

Read the interview


 

#26: Austrian Apparel

Probably the most hyped Techno liveact Vienna has to offer at the moment, pulling their analogue synths and drum computers through all relevant clubs and festivals.

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#27: Bono Goldbaum

Mastermind behind booking and event agency Instinkt Music and booker at Die Kantine, the latest addition to Vienna’s club scene that’s booming the city with a massive Function One system.

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#28: Moogle

Music journalist at music magazine The Gap and the regional edition of Noisey and part of the Bebop Rodeo collective, that’s brought artists like Moodymann and Theo Parrish to town, as well as hosting a 100+ mixes strong podcast series.

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#29: Beware

Two-times DMC championship participant, co-host of the daily mixshow FM4 Unlimited, co-operator of critically acclaimed Klasse Recordings label and an illustrious House producer himself under his Mr. Ho moniker.

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#30: Antonia

One of Austria’s most up-and-coming talents in forward-thinking Bass music and part of the Canyoudigit collective, that’s already brought Mount KimbieHudson Mohawke or Lil Silva to town.

Read the interview


Find those and a few thousand more mixes, radioshows and live recordings from Vienna, ranging back to our initial period in 2004 and even before, from long-time established artists, up-and-coming talents, dedicated record collectors and passionate bedroom DJs, in brief: music lovers, within our Vienna city channel:

https://www.play.fm/city/vienna – it’s on!

Also, be sure to stay connected for more city features to come as well as more input from our beloved hometown – as a matter of fact, it has waaaayyyyy more to offer than just those thirty…!

Tell us what´s going on in your town & upload your own mixes

If you feel there are things happening just around your corner that the world needs to learn about, feel welcome to let us know! Just write a few lines to feedback@play.fm or on our Facebook page and tell us where you live, what’s going on music wise there and which DJs, clubs and promoters are constantly changing the game there – we will surely check your hints and if we feel the same way, there’s a good chance your hood might appear within our sitemap soon with it’s very own neat city channel. And in the meanwhile: Be sure to rep your hood by uploading your own mixes!

Christoph Wagner (Jazzdination)

Vienna Players #22: Christoph Wagner (Jazzdination Radioshow)

Unter dem Titel Vienna Players porträtieren wird derzeit dreißig der interessantesten Künstler der lokalen Musikszene – etwas, was Christoph Wagner bereits 2009 regelmäßig macht: Als Host der Jazzdination Radioshow hat er so ziemlich alle namhaften Acts ans Mikrophon und/oder hinters Mischpult geholt, deren Musik tief im Jazz wurzelt. Dorian Concept und Louie Austen haben auf der Interview-Couch bereits ebenso Platz genommen wie die Waxolutionists, Brenk oder die Sofa Surfers. Was Wien für ihn zu einem speziellen Ort macht erzählt er uns in den nächsten paar Zeilen – nebst einem exklusiven Mix mit einigen seiner aktuellen Lieblingstracks!

Was hat euch ursprünglich in die Musik-/Clubszene verschlagen?
Mein großes Interesse an Musik und dem daraus wachsenden Wunsch meine Leidenschaft mit anderen Menschen zu teilen. DJ-Sets von Peter Kruder, DSL und den Waxos waren sehr einschneidende Erlebnisse und weckten den Wunsch nach mehr! Neben meiner DJ-Tätigkeit tauchte ich als einer der Initiatoren der Jazzdination Radioshow (PLAY.FM) tiefer in die Wiener Club- und Musikszene ein.

Was macht gerade Wien zum idealen Mittelpunkt für deine musikalischen Aktivitäten?
Wien hat eine überschaubare aber trotzdem breitgefächerte Musiklandschaft, welche mich immer wieder neu inspiriert.

Christoph Wagner (Jazzdination)Ein Freund aus Übersee kommt zu Besuch nach Wien und hat den festen Vorsatz, eine unvergessliche Nacht zu erleben. Welches Abendprogramm stellst du für ihn zusammen?
Wir beginnen den musikalischen Streifzug mit einem Konzert im Jazzclub Porgy&Bess. Danach geht es je nach Stimmung und Programm in das Celeste oder Cafe Leopold und dann weiter in die Grelle Forelle. Zum Ausklang genehmigen wir uns ein „Würstl“ im Donau.

Du kommst unerwartet zu 100 Euro. Wo in der Stadt wirst du sie wahrscheinlich ausgeben und wofür?Ich werde meine zwei Lieblingsplattenläden, das Rave Up und Das Market besuchen und mit einer Tasche gefüllt mit neuem Vinyl zufrieden nach Hause gehen.

Du hast die Chance, für einen ganzen Abend ein Line-Up ganz nach deinem Geschmack zusammenzustellen, einzige Voraussetzung: Es darf nur aus Wiener DJs bestehen. Wie sieht dein Line-Up aus?
DJ Zuzee
Chester Rush & Stoney the Flute
Mr.Guan & Luis Figueroa
DJ DSL
7 Citizens & Kido Soon
TJ Hicks
Patrick Pulsinger
Electric Indigo
Peter Kruder

Womit verbringst du deine Zeit, wenn du nicht gerade auflegst?
Christoph Wagner (Jazzdination)Auf jedem Fall mit meiner Familie und Freuden. Die restliche Zeit mit Musik, Bewegung in sämtlichen Formen oder einer Lektüre. Vor meiner Musikkarriere war ich im Leistungssport aktiv.

Lass uns zum Schluss noch folgendes von dir wissen:

  • Erster Gig – wann und wo? Mein erster erwähnenswerter Gig in Wien war am 13. Mai 2005 in der damaligen Kunsthalle am Karlsplatz im Rahmen einer Bujaka Live-Session gemeinsam mit Thomas de Martin. Meine ersten DJ-Erfahrungen machte ich 1997 in meiner Heimat Neunkirchen im Lokal Kuckuck.
  • Vinyl, Digital oder ganz was anderes? Vinyl und Digital
  • Größe deiner Musiksammlung? Ein 5×5 Meter großer Raum voll gepackt mit Platten und CDs.
  • BpM-Range: Von – bis? 70 – 135.

Anbei der versprochene Mix – noch viel, viel mehr von Christoph Wagner gibt es im Play.fm Archiv zu hören, wo seit inzwischen sechs Jahren (so gut wie) jeden Monat eine neue Ausgabe seiner generell sehr empfehlenswerten Jazzdination Radioshow dazu kommt. Wer in Wien weilt, kann das Spektakel übrigens auch live in wechselnden Locations beobachten – folgt am besten der Facebook-Page von Jazzdination, um über kommende Termine am Laufenden zu bleiben!