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Old 09-13-2012, 05:24 AM   #36
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Ha ha... many people have stories about trying to get into Berghain. The huge mean-looking guy with the shaved head is pretty intimidating huh! I'm always with people so haven't had issues yet.

I have had many a good night there and also seen some crazy **** up at Panorama bar too... and that huge picture on the wall of the **** always catches first-timers out.


Nice one. That era was good time for techno when you could avoid the cheesy rave stuff which was happening at the same time.

I've always loved the guys who a mixed bag style like Tenaglia and Danny Howells as well - playing long sets which have disco, house, tribal, techno etc all in one. It takes way more skill to do it well over a 6+ hour period than it does to play a bunch of hits for 90 minutes like most of the cheesy guys do nowdays.
Actually there's a new wave on the techno scene with new american dj and producers rising. If you like dj's mixing very different styles you're gonna love Seth Troxler, a true detroit product.

Also, there's still the king richie hawtin
Wanted to go to space ibiza this summer to attend one of the "enter" parties but couldnt make it. I really like minimal actually
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