Review: Once described as 'the Andy Warhol of techno', DJ Hell is a legend, a reputation he recently sealed with both the release of acclaimed new LP Zukunftsmusik and his four day Berlin rave to mark the 20th anniversary of his Gigolo label. The aforementioned album wowed most with its noirish 70s sci-fi electro vibes. A highlight of the record "Anything, Anytime" is now released in a new 14 minute(!) extended version, allowing the listener to get lost even further in its dreamy Kraftwerkian clouds. Remix-wise "Argy's Straight Outta Hell Mix" delivers good Lasergun-style electro-disco, but it's Solomun's much-celebrated ghostly electro-pop remix that everybody's talking about.
Review: Munich Machine DJ Hell made a staunch comeback in mid 2017, with his impressive Zukunftsmusik LP. The lead single "Anything, Anytime" was a wicked downbeat electro number, accompanied by a fantastic leather bar inspired video. After the success of the Solomun and Argy remixes that accompanied the release, the International DeeJay Gigolo boss has decided that it's high time for another series of renditions - and these do not disappoint either. Bristolian rising star Dubspeeka delivers a cavernous and glacial dub techno perspective, while Italian house hero Flashmob delivers a euphoric main room progressive house stormer - guaranteed to work the floor as always