NOT Anthony Bodzin
Thursday we have something special in store for you. Yessir parties showcase the finest in new and non mainstream music, for the discerning partier of today. Plus the bass will knock your socks off. Grab your crew and come by to enjoy the finest House/Footwork/Hip Hop around, plus a bunch of interesting live acts you’ve probably never heard of before. Trust us, it’s gonna be worth the Friday hangover.
Friday we have Berghain’s brightest new star joining us for the latest episode of our #5jahreturbo festivites. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Anthony Parasole has had a lifelong love affair with electronic music. Listening to radio shows playing the early dance tracks from New York, Chicago, and Detroit that really perked up his ears. His earliest experiences at the New York clubs and Storm Raves really blew his mind wide open. Not content to just be another party kid, Anthony began scouring the record stores for all of his favorite tracks. From the late-80′s to present day, Parasole is also huge into hip-hop. His engulfment in this gritty New York street-music is an influence on his style to this day, not only in his music but the entire culture. Recently have being taken on by Marcel Dettmann, the future definitely looks bright for this guy.
Saturday an old friend is coming back… Stephan Bodzin obliterated the club last year, and come to think about it, he pretty much destroys every club he plays. As the son of an experimental musician his career in the music industry was set from an early age. And it was only a matter of time before Stephan would fall in love with electronic music. Composing music for several prestigious European theaters was the ﬁrst successful platform for his chosen artform. At the same time he discovered his passion for club sounds and increased his efforts in this area. His mindblowing talent was soon discovered and producers such as Oliver Huntemann, Thomas Schumacher and Marc Romboy queued up to work with Stephan. The rest is history, this man needs no introduction. LEGEND