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Boris Brejcha jets in to Egg London this Weekend



Boris Brejcha returns to Egg LDN, this Saturday 17th March.

Following seven years of production work, four albums on Sven Väth’s ‘Harthouse’ imprint and building his reputation as a respected DJ, Brejcha launched his own platform (the very tongue in cheek titled) ‘Fcking Serious’ to underline the depth and strength of his studio output.  He’s joined on the night by Deniz Bul and Mirror Statesyou can grab tickets here

To celebrate the party, Boris has given us his top 5 tracks for this week:

1. Omnibus – Time To Time
I am glad that I found this one on Youtube. Because this was the very first Techno Track I was listening to in the Radio, when I was a little child. When I heard this Track, I was totally flashed by all these new electronic sounds.

2. Hymn – Music Instructor
I remember this one really good. This was my first Single CD I bought when I was a child. I had an portable CD player at this time, was walking to the streets and were listening to this Track something like 500 times in a row. Was a crazy and funny time.

3. Iguana – Mauro Picotto
This was one of the Tracks which blew my mind to another Galaxy. I was totally flashed from the strong and hard beat. I really wanted to find out how to produce something like that. My plan was to produce Trance music and get well known.

4. Hale Bopp – Der Dritte Raum
This Track was one of the most important Tracks when I switched from producing Trance music to Minimal music. That´s a fantastic classic one. It is so simple and catchy in the same time.

5. Lost Memory – Boris Brejcha
I need to name this one because music is like a medicine and this Track helped me to focus on my dreams being a DJ&producer all the time. So many emotions are in this Track. I think I can never produce a track like this again.

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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