Much like his character in Berlin Calling, German DJ Paul Kalkbrenner has been forced to cancel a series of upcoming gigs in NYC, San Francisco and Mexico City later this month.
The news arrives at a particularly inopportune time for the a much-loved artist, not least because he only recently announced the dates for the live show in question, Back to the Future, just last week.
Electric Zoo has revealed the first phase of its line-up, for the event that runs from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd September at Randall’s Island Park in New York City.
Deadmau5 & Eric Prydz, DJ Snake and Above & Beyond all headline, and are joined by Sasha & Digweed, Danny Tenaglia, Paul Kalkbrenner, Oliver Heldens, Claptone and many more across the weekend.
Electric Zoo is also taking European promoters Elrow and Awakenings back to the festival this year.
Check out the full Electric Zoo first phase line-up below.
Ushuaïa Ibiza has today announced that Paul Kalkbrenner will be debuting his brand-new concept ‘Back To The Future’ at the hotel's opening party.
Taking place on Saturday 27th May, Kalkbrenner will be joined by island favourite Steve Lawler, the larger-than-life Eats Everything and Davide Squillace.
Elsewhere, the line-up includes Ushuaïa regulars Andrea Oliva, Martin Buttrich and UNER.
Rounding off the line-up is Francisco Allendes and Raúl Rodriguez, who will no doubt demonstrate why they are two of the hottest rising stars in the scene right now.
Paul Kalkbrenner is taking his Back To The Future concept on a European tour that takes in stops in Germany, Sweden the U.K. and more.
The party will also hit Printworks over the May Day Bank Holiday weekend, running all-day on Saturday 29th April, with Kalkbrenner joined by Derrick May, DJ Pierre and KDA, with live sets from Extrawelt and Session Victim.
Based on Kalkbrenner's popular mixtape of the same name, each set is expected to explore house and techno from the past and present.
Paul Kalkbrenner has dropped the third installment of his ‘Back To The Future’ mixtape, which sees the German don charting the history of techno in Germany.
The latest installment of his mixtape series features 60 tracks that span the rise of techno in Berlin from 1987 to 1993.
Kalkbrenner went on the ultimate crate digging exercise sifting through over 5,000 productions to find the final 60 he used for the final part of his mixtape series.
The Social Festival has announced the third phase of its line-up for the event that will take place at Kent Country Showground in Maidstone on Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th September.
Solomun, Pan-Pot, Paul Kalkbrenner, Ellen Allien, Adriatique, Andhim, Jasper James, Richy Ahmed and Tom Trago have all been added to the third instalment of the festival. It will also host a strong programme of D&B, with Roni Size, LTJ Bukem, High Contrast and Icicle all now joining Goldie on the bill.
Get ready to float on a cloud and your Serotonin levels to rise even higher. Our new Ibiza Special, cover dude of DIYnamic, Solomun's remix of techno force Paul Kalkbrenner's 'Cloud Rider' is a guaranteed chills-inducucer that will have you begging for more.