Bio Gregor Welz special guest @ Heart Beat turns 1 From house to techno in Saigon

Gregor Welz

Bio Gregor Welz special guest @ Heart Beat turns 1

Bio Gregor Welz special guest @ Heart Beat turns 1

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October 19th, 2013

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Gregor Welz // 3000°  (14 dec.’13 Heart Beat 6 @ Cargo Bar)

Gregor, also known as one part of DJ duo German Lachs, is a guarantor of frisky party nights that have become loved also beyond his home pastures. Lots of imagination and a certain feeling for the right sound at the right moment combined with a proper portion of cheeky charm make him creating very special musical sceneries to tune in, turn on and drop out.

Biography of Gregor Welz nick named Banny — The rascal of the local Tango scene

For those who are familiar with the nightlife of the Hanseatic town Rostock, home town of our own Chris Wolter,  it is not big news that there are quite some opportunities to keep oneself amused with electronic music. Countless DJs court the audience’s favour. But there is this one man standing out of the masses.

Gregor is a guarantor for frisky party nights that have become loved also beyond his home pastures. Lots of imagination and a certain feeling for the right sound at the right moment combined with a proper portion of cheeky charm make him creating very special musical sceneries to tune in, turn on and drop out. It all started with a record called “Zauberbaumtraum” (The Dream Of The Magic Tree), still his favourite tune. Today one can find quite everything which is fun in his record case. A certain affinity for House can not be denied but also sounds from very different genres frequently find their way into his colourful sets. His golden thread is a very distinct bounce that makes hips swinging and heads nodding excessively and frequently provokes total departures on the dance floor. Gregor is also known as 50% of “German Lachs”, a young and uprising duo that is part of the popular travelling circus “3000°”.

“Music is the satisfaction of desires” – accordingly, Gregor demands pretty high standards from the sound. It doesn’t necessarily have to be loud, but has to be brilliant. He has been fascinated by the duration of electronic parties and their excessive nature from the very beginning. But the time of day is rather secondary because “every music has its time (of day)”.

links:

www.3000grad.com

www.waterkantsouvenirs.com

videos:

http://www.studior.tv/#/shows/3000-with-german-lachs/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiXCiMgVEKw

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9hb3NMZWG8

 

Mix Cd:

http://www.kompakt.fm/releases/waterkant_souvenirs_flatfish_01

 

//FORTSCHRITT3000 ::::: 3000GRAD ::

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