bckp Party with Dead Disco / Dennis Calmer / Zine / Thomas Stieler

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DEAD DISCO has been active in the German indietronica scene for nine years. Their music is a mix of alternative dance, electro and pop. DEAD DISCO have played during the aftershows of Kakkmaddafakka, Frittenbudde and Egotronic.
As part of the tour “God Save the Queen” & “Indie Heroes”, DEAD DISCO played in various German clubs such as Berghain Kantine in Berlin, Übel und Gefährlich in Hamburg and Atomic Cafe in Munich.

Dennis Calmer was born in 1990 in Flensburg. He began taking guitar lessons as a teenager and played in several school bands. In 2006, Calmer discovered his passion for electronic music. Seeing artists interacting and playing in a Berlin club awakened his interest in vinyl and DJ culture.
At the End of 2013, Calmer met Luigi Rossi, founder of “Together in the Dark”. The two began to promote this concept around Europe, creating several events.

Born and raised in rural Saalfeld, Thomas Stieler has been making a nationwide name for himself as DJ since 2005. In 2014 he signed a contract with the Jena music label ‘Freude am Tanzen’. Today he plays his House and Electrobeats regularly all over Germany and also releases his tunes as a part of the label’s podcast.

The best way to completely and unbiasedly capture Zine’s sound without being partial to any possibe description is a morphological analysis of his journey through different Deep-House and Techno sounds. This analysis uses the morphological box, a vivid picture of a multidimensional matrix. While one moment the frequencies are dark and boost the bass through the box easily, but with an adamant groove, the next the lighter House sound gives the Zwicky-Box a lighter shade . “How deep can Deep House be and how housy can Techno be ?” The creative method of the morphological box and Zine himself give us the answer: Deepno.