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363 – Oliver Deutschmann


This year Anglo-Japanese event Holic decided to go all out at East London’s 1001 and welcomes Panorama Bar’s own Oliver Deutschmann to the fold, to ensure that the new year is inaugurated — with the proverbial shutters opened — complete with fresh techno to blow away the cobwebs and fill the dancefloor with optimism for the year to come.With this in mind we thought we’d nab the considerable talents of Oliver for our exclusive podcast to give all of our followers a hearty dose of full blooded techno this Christmas.

For those of you less than familiar with the Berlin based DJ and producer Oliver Deutschmann has made his mark in recent years by running and releasing on the imprints Falkplatz and Vidab, delivering  extended memorable sets at Panorama Bar / Berghain, and numerous releases and remixes for the likes of Soma, AIM, and JackOff to name but a few. His uncompromising selections range from deep dubby house to big room techno, keeping the pulse on new sounds while always paying respect to the past, which can also be heard in productions on his collaborations with Ed Davenport, or monikers Gowentgone and SubBroomAssosciation.

Tracklisting:Wire – Edge – MordRuskin & Broom – Bites – BlueprintPsyk – Eclipse – CLROliver Deutschmann – Downstairs – tbaDJ Funk – Run (UK Extended) – Funk RecordsMr Jones – BAR (Bas Mooy Mix 1) – The Public StandRecondite – Cleric – DystopianOliver Deutschmann – Cat Crew Cut #3 – SlimDJ ESP – Body language – CommuniqueThe Persuader – What is the the time, Mr Templar – SVEKMark Broom – Two – TokenMagic Mountain High – Untitled A1 – Workshop

Tickets to catch Oliver alongside fellow DT favorite Dan Curtin at 1001 this New Years Eve can be purchased below:

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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