20.09.2019, 23:59

MOIRÉ - volker.live Invites Touch From A Distance

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The all new "volker.live invites" series sets off with a banger:

Touch From A Distance come to visit beautiful Hamburg the night before their label showcase at Panorama Bar/ Berghain. Along with the legendary founder Nick Höppner (Ostgut Ton Berghain) come the high flyers Donald's House from Melbourne for their first ever appearance in Germany.

As if that wasn’t enough, we’ll kick the night off with a fresh and funky volker.live Set.


0 - 2 volker.live (Mireia Zissou) (LIVE CLUBSET)
2 - 4 Donald's House (TFAD Melbourne)
4 - 6 Nick Höppner (Ostgut Ton TFAD)
6 - 10 volker.live B2B david bay & DJ DREAMS (Zissou)


To immerse oneself within Nick’s typically extended DJ sets rewards multifaceted discoveries. Always telling a tale, weaving an exciting path across his chosen musical spectrum – whether it’s a tough, raw and energetic House- party set, a dramatic big-room Techno adventure, or anything in between – Nick’s mature, confident approach and depth of character sets him apart from his contemporaries behind the decks. As a producer and DJ, Höppner displays all the characteristics of a lifelong music lover. Sensitive to the history, emotions, stories and situations that derive from this music, for Nick the scope and eclecticism available within the 4/4 rhythm allows him great freedom to express his tastes and musical instincts.


Hailing from Brunswick, Melbourne, James and Peter Isaacs are the brotherly duo Donald’s House. They’ve been making music for around eight years. Without fail, every lunch time when making music, they’ll go to Sesame & Soul on Lygon St and order a cheese pie and zaatar bread. James usually orders a coke zero as well. There’s a seven year age gap between the two. Pete got James into dance music by taking him to one of his parties that featured Pearson Sound and Mark Pritchard. After that, they started making music together. James is a trained Jazz guitarist, while Pete has been buying and playing records for about 15 years. They’ve released two tracks with Sydney label Ken Oath. One on their debut sampler and one on their ambient tape. They previously lived in London, where they regularly attended CDR. Taking influence from Paradise Garage styled disco, early 90s House, Italo and anything with a DMX drum kit, their take on dance dance music is as refreshing as it is familiar. You’ll often hear M1 solos, chords and stabs, juxtaposed against Phil Collins styled stadium drums, and groovy Seinfeld basslines that just beg your body to move.


According to Hamburg Elektronisch, volker.live are “the hottest sh*t right now”. Seeing themselves primarily as a disco boy band, the three members Julian, Robin and Micha add that raw energy to their live sets that House enthusiasts have been missing for far too long. With an all-hardware /no-computer setup, their sound would best be described as honest and rough 90s House, infused with elements of Funk, Disco and Soul. Deliberately moving away from clean computerized music, the three musicians are not afraid to pull out their instruments and play live in front of a club audience. It is this instant connection and uniqueness that regularly fills dancefloors all over Europe.

Thank you for the beautiful artwork Paulina Wetzel!!!!