A couple of weeks ago, we were visitors to Glade Festival @ Houghton Hall, Norfolk, 14-17 June 2012. It was luck that brought us there for the first time, together with help from our fantastic, generous friends and we will 100% be going back next year! We were actually the first public people let into the festival.
With nearly as many Funktion One speakers as there were blades of grass, you know it’s gonna be a good one with the lineup like a dream come true for us. We partied hard, met some amazing new friends and were surrounded by kind, open minded people. The festival’s friendly, feel good vibe completely won us over with plenty to do and lots of random things happening at any one time. We couldn’t have asked for more to be honest, even the weather turned out pretty damn good considering we were expecting 3 days of heavy rain.
I decided to start recording some videos, then that turned into a lot of videos and I’ve compiled some of our favourite snippets from this awesome festival. We hope you enjoy watching them as we did experiencing them.
– Jack! Who?
You can view all 41 HD videos on the Death Techno YouTube page.
F R I D A Y – 1 5 t h
S A T U R D A Y – 1 6 t h
S U N D A Y – 1 7 t h
The Sonic Manipulator
June 28, 2012 | Categories: Messages/News | Tags: dark, death techno, deep, dj sets, Extrawelt, Function, Funktion One, Glade, Glade Festival, Glade Festival 2012, live, Marc Romboy, Marcel Dettmann, Max Cooper, minimal, Namito, Oliver Huntemann, Robert Babicz, Stephan Bodzin, Sven Väth, tech house, techno, The Sonic Manipulator, twisted, Vitalic | Leave a comment
I can now officially announce our new partnership with soe.fm, a high quality, independent, 24/7 internet radio station based in Hamburg & Berlin, Germany that share our ideals and hunger for quality electronic dance music where everything broadcast is hand picked.
They, like us, started out in events and progressed into a new avenue with a worldwide audience. Playing phenomenal mixes by some of our buddies and putting together a high calibre squad of talent that we are proud to be a part of…
– The insane Dark-Material Podcast
– The devastating Splatter
– A soe.fm exclusive by Daegon
– The mastermind that is Rocco Caine
– A live set from Gregor Tresher at Berghain
– A DJ mix from legend Stephan Bodzin
and some of the finest house I’ve ever heard!
To launch this new venture will be my “Xmas Minimal 2011” mix that was held back due to sickness over the Christmas period, so I’m very happy to finally release it!
We will be premiering each new mix on the “Death Techno Show” I guess you could say, programmed for soe.one every other Friday, starting January 20th at 9-10pm | 10-11pm CET.
They will be available in high quality mp3 to listen and download on our SoundCloud shortly after.
We’ve already had a banner on their site for a couple months now and stats are 26,876 views with 215 clicks, which is fantastic!
A massive thanks to Dextar & Ronny Gee for getting us involved!
Keep up to date…
S O E . F M
Another taster of the mix to come…
MISS SUNSHINE : unmold [Bondage]
January 14, 2012 | Categories: Messages/News | Tags: Berlin, Daegon, death techno, Dextar, Gregor Tresher, Jack! Who?, minimal, Miss Sunshine, news, radio, radio station, Rocco Caine, Ronny Gee, soe.fm, soe.one, soefm, Splatter, Stephan Bodzin, techno | Leave a comment