Berlin is a city that’s always maintained an uneasy relationship with celebrity culture. It was here that David Bowie went to get away from the glare of the British press, a move that would have a profound creative effect both on his music and his personality. Its oft-brutalist architecture, dingy clubs, damp studios and derelict warehouse spaces might boast their own appeal, but they’re a far cry from the Hollywood Hills. While Berlin is a city that’s embraced techno like nowhere else on earth, it’s also not the sort of place that fosters hometown superstars.
Paul Kalkbrenner released his eighth album last Friday 18th May. We haven’t stopped listening to it since.
Paul Kalkbrenner has shared the third single from his forthcoming album ‘Parts of Life’.
The track, ‘Part Six’ is a deep, vocal house house featuring an unidentified singer recorded by Kalkbrenner in the late ‘90s.
To mark the 100 day countdown to Tomorrowland, the festival has streamed a live set from the mighty Paul Kalkbrenner from the Holy Grounds site.
Streaming via the festival’s Facebook, Paul Kalkbrenner can be seen playing his classic, peerless live set up on the lush grounds of the event which will be taking place in July. Check it out below!
Paul Kalkbrenner has shared another single from his forthcoming album ‘Parts of Life’. ‘Part Eight’ is the second single to be unveiled from the LP which is set to drop on 18th May.
Legend of melodic techno Paul Kalkbrenner will release his eighth album, ‘Parts of Life’ on 18th May.
Caprices has revealed the first phase of the line-up for its 15th anniversary edition, taking place from 12th-15th April in the ski resort of Crans-Montana.
The Swiss festival will feature Paul Kalkbrenner, Âme, Henrik Schwarz, Luciano, Ben Klock, Cobblestone Jazz, Dewalta & Shannon, Monika Kruse, Amir Javasoul, Archie Hamilton and more.
Caprices regulars Ricardo Villalobos, Sven Väth and Sonja Moonear are also set to play.
Tickets and information is available from the Caprices website.
Printworks London has revealed December performances from The Chemical Brothers, Paul Kalkbrenner and Richie Hawtin.
The December run starts with a 2nd December Bugged Out! Presents party headlined by The Chemical Brothers with a yet-to-be-announced collection of opening talent. Paul Kalkbrenner and company curate the vibes on 9th December.
The 10th December Closing Party will feature Richie Hawtin’s selected PLAYDifferently roster. Benjamin Damage, Chris Liebing, Luciano, Nicole Moudaber and Rebekah will also be performing during that 11-hour showcase.
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.