On June 9th, PollerWiesen Festival will hit again Revierpark Wischlingen park in Dortmund, for a journey through various genres on 4 Stages (Main, Beach, Hilltop and Hidden).
Some recommendations from our side:
13:00 – 15:00 MATRIXXMAN (Beach Stage)
15:00 – 17:00 IDENTIFIED PATIENT (Hidden Stage)
16:00 – 18:00 JOB JOBSE (Hilltop Stage)
17:00 – 19:00 LENA WILLIKENS (Hidden Stage)
18:30 – 20:00 DJ STINGRAY (Beach Stage)
19:00 – 20:00 GIANT SWAN live (Hidden Stage)
20:00 – 22:00 NINA KRAVIZ (Main Stage)
You can check the complete line-up here.
This week we will be travelling through Georgian landscape, visiting some mountains, rivers, vineyards, ancient ruins and old town, but also some partying in Tbilisi. During this time there will be less activity around here.
Perfectionist comprehensive Techno compilation coming from the Ben Klock collective. Dance music of the highest calibre, from a collection of artists who have truly crafted a neat and elegant vision of techno music. There’s a mixture of old and new faces all coming together to showcase the sound they’ve been so close to over the years: Etapp Kyle, Jon Hester, Sterac, DVS1, Trevino, Heiko Laux, Ritzi Lee, Adam Craft and others.
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Three new solid, hook heavy, DJ and dancefloor friendly tracks from Dax J as well as 2 centralized locked grooves and additional, extremely slick remix work from ARTS label boss Emmanuel.
Deeply Rooted (previously know as Deeply Rooted House) comes with a strong unpolished 4 track ep with tracks that will get the roof off! Another strong look for label with this debut of Dax J, For those who’ve been following Dax J and EarToGround Records know they can expect some outstanding straight forward tracks. Function combined with form, deeply rooted in our techno culture since 20 years.
The 1st release from London label Monnom Black is a vinyl only affair that sees 3 original tracks from EarToGround’s Dax J with a remix from UK techno legend Mark Broom. A set of peak time weapons. Planet X, tough driving beats and hard soundscapes that lead into soothing echo chords. Mark Brooms remix keeps it in the same vein, peak time, hard hitting drums and driving bass in typical Broom fashion. The traditional sound of Alpha Rhythm strips things back with huge subs and eerie piano riffs, big kicks drums and gentle chords. The amen infused Dreamscape finishes off the EP with its old school rave vibes.
Volume 2 in the ‘Compiled Pleasures’ series, featuring some underground key figures and tastemakers. ‘Aim Vinyl’ labelhead Tristen delivers an ultradeep and rolling deephouse track in his very own tradition. Dario Zenker’s ‘Dining’ is an uncompromising lecture in clever simplicity, straight in your face and stomach. Freestyle Man, the finnish oldschoolmaster drops a big synth-peaktime bomb. And British newcomers Dax J and Chris Stanford deliver a dubby and deep dancefloor shaker.