DJ-Set – Matthias Meyer – DJ MAG Radio Show

Hallo Freunde der electronischen Tanzmusik. Wie ihr sicher schon wisst, ist heute Freitag. Freitags gibts immer etwas besonderes. Ich muss aber euch jetzt schon mitteilen, dass in naher Zukunft es hier keine Sets mehr geben wird. Dafür gibts dass dann auf lovetronic.at ergo keine Bange, es geht trotzdem weiter.


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Heute habe ich was von Matthias Meyer für euch –

Dj, Producer and Liebe*Detail key artist Matthias Meyer hails from the quiet town of Lueneberg, near Hamburg, Germany. As a young, excited music lover, the hi-tech sounds of Detroit and Chicago spoke to Matthias, and encouraged him to seek the excitement and hustle of nearby Hamburg’s diverse club scene. From here he let music take control, actively promoting this newfound scene in his local towns with the Sfunkt DJ collective, organising parties that would bring the electronic message to an otherwise dance-less area.

Together with the Sfunkt crew and his close friend and future production partner Patlac, Matthias began to play bigger and better venues, to more and more acclaim. His horizons began to broaden, and his production skills sharpened, seeing the release of his debut track, ‘Reichenbach’, on Hamburg’s much-loved Liebe*Detail label in 2006. A tough and powerful, big-room bomb, Reichenbach summed up the Meyer’s broad mixture of influences, from Detroit’s technical wizardry to the musicality and experimentation of Germany’s fresh faced electronic movement.

‘Voltage’, his second release was to follow with yet more hit potential, carrying a beautiful, resonating melody across a positively uplifting techno backdrop, but it was his release in the summer of 2008, ‘Tout Va Bien,’ that really defined Matthias Meyer’s current musical direction. A long, meandering, deeply spaced percussive journey, full of intricate detail and raw, organic textures, the track received huge support and quickly brought the young musician’s name even more into the light.

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