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Gewölbe IPSO residency 5 Hour Set - Nov 17 2017
Kölsch

I always enjoy playing long sets and one of my favourite times of the year is playing my IPSO residency at Gewölbe where I tend play up to 9 Hours. The long sets I think are important, because it gives so much freedom musically and Gewölbe is an incredible club to do that. From the only bespoke built Martion horn soundsystem in the world, to the extended opening hours, there is no place like it.

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Circoloco DC10 - Aug 8 2016
Kölsch
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KIR (snippet)
Kölsch

Exclusive release here: https://KompaktRecords.lnk.to/speicher93Ar

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Grey (snippet)
Kölsch

Exclusive release here: https://KompaktRecords.lnk.to/speicher93Ar

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Kölsch & Michael Mayer "Dogma 1" (snippet)
Kölsch

For the debut release on my own new label IPSO with Kompakt Records, I wanted to try something different. The new label, IPSO is for me to invite a friend or a hero, - someone I admire musically to do a collaboration. I’ve long been a fan of limiting myself in the studio. Sometimes working with less equipment brings out the best in you, so for the first release I figured it would be interesting to experiment with this. Inspired by the danish dogma films, I decided to make a rule. As I’m not one for overdoing things, the rule is very simple. We are only allowed to use one instrument. I reached out to my friend and all time hero Michael Mayer to do the first collab. Other than being co-founder of the mighty Kompakt records, and signing me in 2009, he is a genius in a dj Booth and a great producer. He has always been a great inspiration to me, so we agreed to start of my new Label with a bang. I set out the challenge, that Michael should choose the instrument. As I arrived in Cologne, Michael had chosen an old Yamaha Organ. Funny side note, is that it is actually Jörg Burgers organ. Jörg is actually quiet the legend himself, but that is another story. Michael and I spent 1 day in the studio, and we had a blast. The outcome is 2 great pieces of music that I'm very proud to share with you. RELEASE DIGITAL & VINYL - MAY 20

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Kölsch & Michael Mayer "Dogma 2" (snippet)
Kölsch

For the debut release on my own new label IPSO with Kompakt Records, I wanted to try something different. The new label, IPSO is for me to invite a friend or a hero, - someone I admire musically to do a collaboration. I’ve long been a fan of limiting myself in the studio. Sometimes working with less equipment brings out the best in you, so for the first release I figured it would be interesting to experiment with this. Inspired by the danish dogma films, I decided to make a rule. As I’m not one for overdoing things, the rule is very simple. We are only allowed to use one instrument. I reached out to my friend and all time hero Michael Mayer to do the first collab. Other than being co-founder of the mighty Kompakt records, and signing me in 2009, he is a genius in a dj Booth and a great producer. He has always been a great inspiration to me, so we agreed to start of my new Label with a bang. I set out the challenge, that Michael should choose the instrument. As I arrived in Cologne, Michael had chosen an old Yamaha Organ. Funny side note, is that it is actually Jörg Burgers organ. Jörg is actually quiet the legend himself, but that is another story. Michael and I spent 1 day in the studio, and we had a blast. The outcome is 2 great pieces of music that I'm very proud to share with you. RELEASE DIGITAL & VINYL - MAY 20

Techno
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DerDieDas
Kölsch

pro.beatport.com/release/speicher-84/1496226 When i was around 6 my favorite show in Germany was Sesamstrasse. It was a German adaptation of the American Sesame Street. I was really crazy about the show, and I used to always watch it at my Grandparents in Germany. The intro song was very dear to me. The lyrics went Der Die Das, Wie Weshalb Warum. Which ruffly translates to He She It, How, For what reason, Why. The intro song spawned this Childish Curiosity in me. I had to explore everything around me. I would bang on lids in the kitchen to hear what they sounded like. It was this song that made we want to make sounds with different objects, and experiment with early rythms. From this moment on i was engulfed in anything that made a sound.

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