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Burn Slow
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APR
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Loveland van Oranje Loveland van Oranje 2019
Venue: Unknown venue (Amsterdam, Netherlands) Find tickets
APR
27
Chris Liebing at Perron (April 27, 2019)
Venue: Perron (Rotterdam, Netherlands) Find tickets
APR
30
Chris Liebing, Len Faki, Taucher, Dj Taucher, and 1 more… at Westfalenhallen 44139 (April 30, 2019)
Venue: Westfalenhallen 44139 (Dortmund, Germany) Find tickets
MAY
11
Chris Liebing, Anastasia Kristensen, and Jay Clarke at fabric (May 11, 2019)
Venue: fabric (London, UK) Find tickets
MAY
25
Movement Festival Movement Festival 2019
Venue: Philip A. Hart Plaza (Detroit, MI, US) Find tickets
JUN
01
Free Your Mind Free Your Mind 2019
Venue: Unknown venue (Arnhem, Netherlands) Find tickets
JUN
14
Off Week Festival Off Week Festival 2019
Venue: Parc del Fòrum (Barcelona, Spain) Find tickets
JUN
22
Decibel Open Air Decibel Open Air 2019
Venue: Unknown venue (Florence, Italy) Find tickets
JUL
03
Weekend Beach Festival Weekend Beach Festival 2019
Venue: Playa de Torre del Mar (Torre del mar, Spain) Find tickets
Chris Liebing Apr 21, 2019
Happy Easter! . . . . #thankstowhoevermadethatpic
Chris Liebing Apr 21, 2019
Edinburgh 🖤 #nofliter Thank you @terminalvfest @ Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Chris Liebing Apr 21, 2019
This is #AndrewWeatherall laying it down. What a legend! Never properly met him and had the honor last night 😊 at @terminalvfest in Edinburgh, which was an outstanding festival with so many amazing artists and a great vibe all around. @nastia.dj killed it, I got to meet and hear not only #HelenaHauff, but also @danielmarkavery for the first time, had loads of fun with @kobosil , who reminded me that preparation helps, but ultimately it is the moment that counts and that we never stop learning. I think I even made it in one of his infamous Instastories . @richiehawtin perfectly ended that day taking the roof down and super inspired and happy I even got to bed early. Thank you to everyone at the festival and all around Edinburgh .. I dedicate the next post to you, since I had the pleasure to walk around that City before my set. 🖤 Oh... and check out the Album “Swimming not Skimming” by #Thetwoloneswordsman, a project by #AndrewWeatherhall. It was released I think in 1995 and is one of #mybestpersonalalbumsever . Find the link in my best albums highlights. 🥳
Chris Liebing Apr 20, 2019
Michas Gracias everyone at @familyclub1995 last Thursday! What an amazing ride. Here is a short clip of @colinbenders playing live on his insane Modular. If u wanna see more than just these 15 sec, u gotta go and see him live. Mindbending! Also great to run into @slam_djs and @bensimsofficial, felt like old times! And got to meet and hear @paulatemple for the first time! She killed it! Me off to Edinburgh now for @terminalvfest ! See u there.. 🥳
Chris Liebing Apr 15, 2019
Hands up! Who wants a beer? Two Hands up for two. Swipe over for more pics. @deadcode_production Hyperspace was an amazing ride from start to finish. Thank you all! 🥳🙏 Btw... for those who are missing out on #AMFM shows. U currently can find them on my soundcloud and soon, yes, soon they will all be back downloadable and on Apple/Spotify and so on. We are slowly getting there ;) @ Budapest, Hungary
Chris Liebing Apr 15, 2019
Set Report AMFM 214 #SaveKompass ! This week´s AMFM is the fourth hour of my set at Kompass on March 8th 2019. I played for 5h at this fantastic venue and I was really psyched to get back to Gent, as my last year´s gig there was definitely one of the highlights of 2018 for me. It was once more quite amazing to play at that venue and to this great crowd, that lets you do things and go to places you normally would not go. Little did I know, that sadly for now, I was the last one to play at Kompass, as the government closed the club down the following week for who knows how long. There are many better ways to deal with the issues than to just shut a club down. It is 2019, everyone by now should understand that the so-called “war on drugs” failed and we need better and new approaches. There is material for a discussion our society should have. In the meantime, I urge you to sign this petition, so we get this beautiful place back up and running. https://bit.ly/2Eq7Azt #SaveBelgianNightlifeCulture Chris Liebing - Tracklist AM/FM 214 1. Jane Oak - Do Not Revenge (Original Mix) - FLASH Recordings 2. Bjarki - Promo 3. Benjamin Damage & Deapmash - Solar 909 (Original Mix) - Leisure System 4. Collabs - promo 5. Cleric - Tool 101 (Original Mix) - Projekts 6. Damon Wild - Rotary (Slam Archive Edit) - Soma Records 7. Mark Reeve - Temptation (Egbert Remix) - SubVision 8. Raiki - No More (Mark Broom Remix) 9. Dax J - La Haine (Original Mix) - Weekend Circuit 10. Dense & Pika, Melody's Enemy - From Nothing (Original Mix) - Kneaded Pains 11. Ike Dusk - Decoded Identity (Matrixxman Remix) - Codec 992 12. Modeselektor - I Am Your God feat. OVS - Monkeytown Records 13. 99Letters - Lazer Beam (Len Faki Hardspace Mix) 14. Asymptote - Chain Reaction (Reeko Remix) 15. Robert Hood - Solid Thought 16. luca agnelli - 7oclock (mikail johannson remix) 17. Mark Broom - BLUEHOUR RMX 002 A1 Common Ground (Mark Broom Remix) https://soundcloud.com/chris-liebing/amfm-214
Chris Liebing Apr 13, 2019
Thank you Wroclaw and everyone at @projekt_pralnia for that real amazing time I had last night in Poland! What an energy in that room. 🥳🙏🔥 That was like a mini Time Warp 🤟 We continue that tonight here in Budapest at @deadcode_production Hyperspace. Playtime 3-5. 🔥🖤watch the story for more. Pics by @nowotniakfoto @ Wroclaw, Poland
Chris Liebing Apr 12, 2019
Here’s the English translation of Chris’ interview with muno.pl... enjoy! 1. Chris, your latest album "Burn Slow", for which we've been waiting for almost 8 years is a proposal in opposition to the current hype on the ubiquitous wild tempo. In my opinion, this music is suitable primarily for listening in intimate conditions, you can feel the great maturity and accretion of invited guests here. Where did the idea for such a long play come from? I had the idea to release a new album for quite a long time already and I knew that I don´t just want to collect ten club tracks and release this as an album with the obvious Electro/Ambient track in the middle to make it sound like an album. My idea was a pretty selfish one. I wanted to make an album that I would want to listen to when I am traveling, when I am sitting on an airplane. So you are right, it is primarily made for listening in those kinds of conditions, but my approach was sort of the same as the whole idea behind the album, and that is to live in the moment and to create something out of the moment. So when I went to the studio there was not really a big plan in my head yet. I rather did something that felt good in the moment I was in the studio and that I knew I would want to listen to over and over again when I am sitting - as I said before - on an airplane. �2. I would like to ask you about your current inspirations and everything that we can hear in your sets. It's hard not to notice that your music slowed down - can we look here for a connection with the fact that your life is not as fast as it used to be? Are the reasons strictly musical and this music is now closer to you? I do not really agree to your assessment here. Yes - for some people who know me since the late 90s and the early 2000s, yes - the music was really fast back in these days, but it was fast for everyone. Look at Marco Carola, look at Adam Beyer, we all played around 140 BPM and this actually slowed down, but not just for me, it basically did for everyone. It slowed down in the mid-2000s with the Minimal movement coming in and for me personally with the understanding that if I leave a little bit more space between the bass drums, there is more room for groove and vibe and for creating a certain energy that is not only relying on fast BPM. It opened up many more possibilities in production and in the DJ world. I actually played around 125 / 126 BPM in those 2000s years, but now in 2019 I have to tell you that I am playing whatever I think I like and whatever I seem to find suitable for a situation. For example just last weekend at Time Warp I was playing a set that was around 132 BPM. The week before I played in Miami on various events and I varied between 131 and 125 BPM, and that´s the beauty of it. It´s not that my music slowed down, it is that I just got so much a nicer variation of music to play and I feel comfortable when playing it. I put this due to the fact that your experience and your knowledge about music over all those years as a DJ has been growing and you find confidence in delivering different styles to different audiences. I don´t think any DJ needs to have a certain tempo. I think DJs who restrict themselves to certain tempos are limiting themselves. And limiting is not always a bad thing, but when it comes to tempos… I never really liked the definition over tempos when it comes to a DJ set. There are DJ sets that are softer and there DJ sets that are harder and a fast DJ set can be played in a soft way depending on the music and vice versa. To answer your second part of the question, my life is actually faster than it ever used to be. The intensity of touring is higher than it has ever been and additionally I have two little children that require a lot of my attention. That means that times you used to waste on couches just lying around are more productive now. You think more about what you do and the steps you take. And the reasons are not really musical or whatever is closer to me, it´s just going with the flow. Over the past 25 years I have basically just been doing what I enjoy and I never really thought if I had to play faster now or slower now. It´s about how you feel the music. At the moment, you might have noticed that the music has become more Techno again, which I really enjoy too, but at the same time I really enjoy to release an album like “Burn Slow” as well. It is actually kind of funny how some people react to it and see that as a negative thing, but I think that´s a matter of taste. 3. Seeing you as an observer of the scene for over 3 decades and a voice with which generations count, I would like to ask what is your assessment of the current condition of the entire techno scene? How do you find in it? Many people recall last years with face-baked products as the best in history - do you think in such terms at all? Maybe you are currently meeting something that you could not have experienced before? Exactly, first of all I think that there has never been that much music out there - good and bad - as ever before. The variety of music is huge. There is so much talent out there, which is absolutely fantastic and amazing. Of course there are always things you could start arguing about, festival promoters always booking the same DJs, not taking any risk and booking new talent, but it has always been this way. People need to make money with what they are doing, DJs need to make money with what they are doing and it´s always about you personally and individually, how far you are willing to sacrifice something in order to have more success, become more famous or make more money. I think how to deal with this is left to each and every one of us individually. I am actually quite happy about how I dealt with this over the last thirty years. You have to find a good balance between things you need to do in order to survive financially and things you love to do. You gain your experiences and you start to understand that decisions you are taking have quite some consequences. I have been pretty happy with all the decisions that I have been taking in the last thirty years while being a DJ and selecting the music that I want to play. I would say currently, the phase we are in right now leaves me so much room to experiment and so much room to play. The crowds out there, the long-term fans are trusting you way more, so that you can take them on crazier journeys and can experiment at some point, while at the same time you know that at certain gigs you just have to deliver so that everyone can have an amazing time without any experimental side kicks. I think that´s a matter of experience and routine you gain over the past decades of DJing, and I really love that fact. 4. I will never forget the years when with friends we traveled by following CLR's showcase - it was a fantastic time, we had the impression that we were touching the musical sky. I do not recall any official position on your part, but it seems that CLR is a closed topic in your life. No, it´s actually not, I would say that CLR is a “frozen” topic. I had to make some space to start to work on my own music again, that´s why back in 2014/2015 I made the conscious decision to basically tell all my CLR artists that they should go out and find new platforms to release their music on. Primarily the reason was that I needed more time, not only for my family and my children, but also for my own productions and my DJ career. If you run a label you have the responsibility for artists and you want to fulfill their expectations and needs. This requires a lot of time and energy and I thought at some point that I had done this enough for now and that I needed more space for myself to be creative. The result is basically my album “Burn Slow”, among many other things that I have been working on. But that does not mean that there won´t be another chapter of CLR, maybe with some of the same artists, maybe with some new artists, opening up sooner or later again. It was an amazing time that I would not want to miss, but as I said in an earlier answer, I have always tried to go with my instincts and my instincts told me in 2014/2015 that I had to change the direction of what I am doing and concentrate on my own music, on my own journey and my own DJing. 5. By appearing in the line-ups of the largest brands in the world you are in close contact with fresh blood, strongly entering into an environment. Could you name a few artists who have recently made the biggest impression on you? Maybe some of the first ones that come to mind are Charlotte de Witte or Amelie Lens who have been coming into the scene like big wrecking balls in a great way. I mean, looking at the examples of these ladies, and I could name many more who paved their way, like Nina Kraviz and other artists, shows that you can make it in this scene if you have enough discipline, you know what you are doing and you´ve learned your stuff. I strongly believe that in this Techno scene you will not survive over a longer time if you are faking it or if you are not authentic, doing what comes out of yourself, and that is a great thing to see. Maybe it takes some people a long time to make themselves heard in the Techno scene, but the great thing about our scene is that it´s very reliable. It has a very solid foundation of music that is not underlying any hypes and it lets you develop and it lets you thrive, even though this sometimes means that it takes longer to get to a point. But in a case like for example Charlotte de Witte or Amelie Lens it sometimes even goes a little bit faster - the rise to be a so-called “Techno star”. 6. It seems to me that you can have a problem with counting how many Depeche Mode shows you've been in the last few years. What are you discovering in this music that you still do not get enough? As far as I know, when they visited Frankfurt, you took your two daughters with you - how did you announce them that performance? Oh yeah, Depeche Mode for me is a band I kind of grew up with. It was my first memory of really like going to a party at a friend´s house when I was fourteen or fifteen and there was blasting Blasphemous Rumours out of the speakers. It touched me so deeply and that always stayed with me. Depeche Mode is one of the few bands that basically managed to stay relevant up to this day and to still always redefine themselves, yet staying very true to their sound. It is a phenomenon that we rarely have in the music world and Depeche Mode is seriously on the very top of any band out there. I am even talking about the Beatles. What Depeche Mode has achieved in the past thirty / forty years has absolutely no comparison anywhere in the music world. Their last tour has been the biggest selling tour in history. They sell more tickets than Beyoncé and Jay Z combined when they go on tour. The fan base is huge and of course there is a reason for it. The music is not only accessible for random music lovers or listeners, it´s also somehow so deep that you can´t get enough of it. You are right… well as a matter of fact I counted it - I was on eleven concerts on their last tour. I actually took my daughters to four of them. We had the pleasure to visit them in the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles last October even twice. They know my obsession with Depeche Mode and both girls have met the band already. They understand, they sing along, they know the lyrics of some of the tracks by heart already and I think their music also touches them quite a bit. And a funny side story, it is that Depeche Mode was discovered by Daniel Miller who I consider a good friend by now and who actually signed my album to his label Mute, which was the label where Depeche Mode had their biggest successes on. That´s how you can see how close I feel to this kind of music direction / style, what that means to me and that I have always tried to implement this vibe into my Techno. I think with my latest album I sort of made a first step into this direction and I am very much looking forward to do that even more. 7. You are vegan, you meditate, you do extreme sports - what else does Chris Liebing do? How do you manage to keep the balance between life on the road and "ordinary" everyday life? Well let´s skip the “ordinary” everyday life, I don´t think that it is really happening besides me going to the supermarket. And you already mentioned it in your question, this is actually how I balance it. I think most part of the first twenty years of my life I was doing sports and I didn´t really do any music. I was kind of like DJing on little parties when I was fifteen, sixteen years old, but as a hobby. The main thing I did was sports and that is still with me and keeps me kind of grounded. Going up in the mountains to go skiing under all these crazy conditions that I am looking out for, kind of gives me the balance to this crazy DJ life. Having a vegan lifestyle over the past ten years has given me - I would estimate - about 30% extra energy that I can use for the touring and for the sports that I am doing. Meditation is something that you could never really do enough, it is something that I would even consider one of the most important things to do in life, maybe next to eating food. It really helps you to keep the balance, to keep focused and most of all to stay passionate about what you are doing. 8. As a great fan of the Collabs 3000 project as I am, I would like to ask you about your relationship with Jochem - both on and off the stage. Do you remember the moment when you thought that you could do something together? And the most important thing – can we expect another performance in the near future? In the couple of days, you’ll both playing together in Berghain for the first time, so… Yes, going back to around 2001 is when I met Speedy J for the first time. He was one of my heroes in Techno and in 2000 / 2001 we played together when I booked him for a night in Frankfurt. I remember that he was playing a live set and I DJed right after him, transitioning into his live set. I mixed into his live set, which he agreed for me to do and while I mixed into it he decided to stay on for a little and I remember we kind of played together for around fifteen or twenty minutes until he stopped. I think that was the moment for both of us when we kind of thought “that could be a thing, let´s do something like this”. Shortly after he started his Collabs series on Novamute and asked me to do track with him, because he also had other artists coming to his studio to produce tracks. That was the first time when I visited Jochem in his studio in Rotterdam around 2002 / 2003 and we made our first EP together, resulting in more gigs we started to do together. We called it Collabs and in 2005 we decided to start working on an album. So I visited him very regularly in his amazing studio in Rotterdam and we produced the “Metalism” album that was released on Novamute in 2006. Over the years our connection has always been strong. We are good friends of the music scene. We are not speaking about a daily basis, sometimes we don´t hear from each other for half a year or something like that, but we always played Collabs gigs. Sometimes maybe only two in a year, sometimes some more, but what I can tell you now, just about a month ago I was back in the studio with Jochem in Rotterdam, at his lab, and we had a four day studio session, which resulted in I think six or seven tracks that are sooner or later going to be released on various labels. I am currently sitting on the mix-down for the first release. It was really exciting to be back in the studio with him and we do have some shows coming up as Collabs in summer. We are also currently planning one for the next ADE in Amsterdam. The gig we are playing at Berghain we will not play together, we are playing individual sets, but I am very much looking forward to that night. 9. You announced work on the new album this year - what can we expect? I have already started working on the next album and you can basically expect “Burn Slow 2”. So far I have the feeling that it´s kind of a really nice follow up to “Burn Slow 1”. “Burn Slow 2” is a working title, I am not sure if it´s going to be called like that, but who knows, maybe that might even be the title. 10. After all those years spent by performing on the stage, producing music, running a label, releasing several hundred radio podcasts, collaborating with the best artists in the world - is there any area in music you have not experienced yet? Do you still have any dreams, goals related to your profession? Yes I do, and most of it has to do with the label Mute that signed me, because Mute gives me the opportunity and the possibility to even venture out more into that field of music that you don´t necessarily dance to but you want to listen to. It gives me the opportunity to work together with even more artists that I admire, vocalists in particular. So my next album is basically my next dream and my next goal and with it comes the hope that the Techno fans out there, just like myself, start to think not only in terms of BPMs and dance floor functionality, but more in terms of an electronic music listening experience, if it is dancing to it, if it is sitting to it, to create worlds, atmospheres and sound sculptures that take you to other places while you are listening or dancing to them. I think that has always been my goal and the longer I have been doing it, the more I think I can define where I wanna take it. See you soon in Wroclaw 😉 Thank you very much and see you soon!
Chris Liebing Apr 12, 2019
Here is another one. Like many others I am still flashed by last weeks @time_warp_official 🥳 And happy to be on the road again, tonight you can find me in Wroclaw, Poland for @projekt_pralnia and tomorrow I am back in beautiful Budapest for the @hyperspacefestival See u there! Thanks @arteconcert for the sneak peaks and snippets. There will be an after movie on ARTE soon... stay tuned 😎📢🤟🔥 Track ID: SVRD - Yard Man. (@rekids_official )
Chris Liebing Apr 12, 2019
Ahead of Chris' show tonight in Wroclaw, here's an interview he did for his Polish fans on muno.pl! 🇵🇱
Chris Liebing Apr 09, 2019
Still buzzing of that @time_warp_official weekend. @loft_club Friday was a bomb🥳 what a great pre party! Then had a nice talk at the @popakademie Mannheim Saturday afternoon and did double shifts at night as I was also (trying my best to) guiding through the night for @arteconcert . Check out their Instagram for more info on streamed sets and a TV special that is coming up... #talkingaboutanintensiveweekend 😅 Thank you all for the great vibes once more. @ Time Warp
Chris Liebing Apr 09, 2019
The moment, Steffen (one of the founders and promoters of the incredible @time_warp_official , hidden behind the 📢 ) gave me the honor to countdown to the opening of the 25th anniversary of the best techno festival (yes, not one of.. the best..) in the World. What a night that was. I have honestly no words for that last weekend! So happy to be able to share the stages with so many amazing artists. But most of all playing to this fantastic crowd, coming from all over the world. The @time_warp_official crew did such a fantastic job 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏! Thank you all! 🥳 #nowwegottawaitanotheryear
Chris Liebing Apr 08, 2019
Set Report AMFM 213 #SaveKompass ! This week´s AMFM is the third hour of my set at Kompass on March 8th 2019. I played for 5h at this fantastic venue and I was really psyched to get back to Gent, as my last year´s gig there was definitely one of the highlights of 2018 for me. It was once more quite amazing to play at that venue and to this great crowd, that lets you do things and go to places you normally would not go. Little did I know, that sadly for now, I was the last one to play at Kompass, as the government closed the club down the following week for who knows how long. There are many better ways to deal with the issues than to just shut a club down. It is 2019, everyone by now should understand that the so-called “war on drugs” failed and we need better and new approaches. There is material for a discussion our society should have. In the meantime, I urge you to sign this petition, so we get this beautiful place back up and running. https://bit.ly/2Eq7Azt #SaveBelgianNightlifeCulture Chris Liebing - Tracklist AM/FM 213 1. DJ 3000 - Illyrian (Michael Klein Remix) 2. Daniel Avery - Diminuendo (Patrick Russell Remix) 3. Phasor - B2.Refracted-Phasor_MASTER_DIG 4. Truncate - 03 Reflections (Truncate Remix) 5. Albert Chiovenda - Changing Front (Stanislav Tolkachev 4x4 Remix) - © Music From Exo-Planet 6. Amber Rotary - Be As One 7. Pfirter - Coherence (Original Mix) - Stockholm LTD 8. Planetary Assault Systems - Screen (Rework) 9. Heiko Laux - Self 10. Adv709 - Broken Tape (Original Mix) - Anemone Recordings 11. Introversion - Allies And Enemies - radio elevate 12. Sleeparchive - Dividing The Catch 13. Flug - Echoes (Original Mix) 14. D.H.S. - House of God - WRPM 15. Collabs - promo 16. Flug - Rave (Matrixxman Remix) 17. Sleeparchive - Monochrome - Mord Records 18. Truncate - A1_Truncate_Multiply https://soundcloud.com/chris-liebing/amfm-213
Chris Liebing Apr 05, 2019
The third electronic music day at the Popakademie Baden-Württemberg dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Time Warp is this weekend. Participation is free with registration: bit.ly/2UJhMZA
Chris Liebing Apr 05, 2019
Chris launches into the Time Warp 25 weekend festivities at the annual Loft Club pre-party tonight! 🚀
Chris Liebing Apr 04, 2019
Chris will host a special Mixing Lab session discussing his trusty Orion 32+ sound interface for Antelope Audio at Prolight + Sound today in Frankfurt. If you're in the area, stop by!
Chris Liebing Apr 03, 2019
I had seriously ridiculously amazingly good time in Miami. Thanks @damian_lazarus for having me at your fantastic @getlostexperience , @spacemiami was some 3 deeply moving hours and @petetongofficial, thanks for having @charlottedewittemusic and myself at your party, we both had so much fun at our first ever b2b. And most of all you all, who came out and danced so nice... I am now running out of superlatives. Well wait maybe not. An outstanding wild and full on fun weekend is ahead first Friday at @loft_club in Ludwigshafen for our annual @time_warp_official pre-party and then of course the ultimate Saturday/ Sunday at the 25th anniversary of this ... well u know.. if these were too many superlatives for you, calm down and check out the link https://open.spotify.com/track/1ZCmXWbYTpR2hmiiSwSd5M?si=sxHg3DqLQ42PVlcPD_iiKw for my latest remix for @lostunderheaven just out on @muterecords . How did I manage to put so much info in one post? if you are still with me, leave a comment 🥳
Chris Liebing Apr 03, 2019
#SaveKompass ! This week's AMFM is the second hour of my set at Kompass on March 8th 2019. I played for 5h at this fantastic venue and I was really psyched to get back to Gent, as my last years gig there was definitely one of the highlights of 2018 for me. It was once more quite amazing to play at that venue and to this great crowd, that lets you do things and go to places you normally would not go. Little did I know, that sadly for now, I was the last one to play at Kompass, as the government closed the club down the following week for who knows how long. There are many better ways to deal with the issues than to just shut a club down. It is 2019, everyone by now should understand that the so-called “war on drugs” failed and we need better and new approaches. There is material for a discussion our society should have. In the meantime, I urge you to sign this petition, so we get this beautiful place back up and running. https://bit.ly/2Eq7Azt #SaveBelgianNightlifeCulture Chris Liebing - Tracklist AM/FM 212 1. Juan Trujillo - Mono Sequence 2. Rvde - Path Line (VSK remix) 3. Christian Morgenstern - Miscellaneous 12 4. Sebastian Cohen - Promo 5. Ellen Allien - Körpermaschine 6. Robert Hood - Focus (DJ-Kicks) 7. Amotik - Tin 8. Dave Tarrida - Are You Real (Original Mix) - Mindcut Music 9. Ellen Allien - Mind Journey (Amotik Remix) - BPitch Control 10. Amotik - Bat 11. Alex Bau VS Lathe - Deeprushin - Be As One 12. Andre Crom - Ready To Jack (Original Mix) - Tronic 13. SC - Promo 14. Shifted - B1. Spitzer (Shifted Rmx) 15. Modeselektor - Bronko - Monkeytown Records https://soundcloud.com/chris-liebing/amfm-212
Chris Liebing Apr 01, 2019
Thank you Miami for all the fun! It was a blast. Can’t wait for next year. In the meantime, to calm you all down after a heavy weekend, check out the #burnslow remix I did together with @ralfhildenbeutel for @lostunderheaven “Breath of Light”, just released on @muterecords ... find it on @spotify or follow the link in the bio up there... 🎶
Chris Liebing Mar 30, 2019
Such a fantastic time with @charlottedewittemusic and our very first b2b at the Surfcomber Pool in Miami last night. Thank you @petetongofficial for having us. What a blast. U can re-listen on @bbcradio1 .. check the other pic 🥳 @charlottedewittemusic .. u rock! @ Miami Beach, Florida
Chris Liebing Mar 28, 2019
Chris' remix of "Breath of Light" by Lost Under Heaven is premiering now on Magnetic Magazine! https://www.magneticmag.com/2019/03/premiere-chris-liebing-remix-for-lost-under-heaven-the-breath-of-light/ Mute Records
Chris Liebing Mar 28, 2019
While I am on my way to Miami 🏝 , you should take a close look at this. 25 Years of Time Warp 🥳
Chris Liebing Mar 28, 2019
While I am on my way to Miami 🏝 , you should take a close look at this. 25 Years of @time_warp_official 🥳
Chris Liebing Mar 25, 2019
#SaveKompass ! This week´s AMFM is the first hour of my set at Kompass on March 8th 2019. I played for 5h at this fantastic venue and I was really psyched to get back to Gent, as my last years gig there was definitely one of the highlights of 2018 for me. It was once more quite amazing to play at that venue and to this great crowd, that lets you do things and go to places you normally would not go. Little did I know, that sadly for now, I was the last one to play at Kompass, as the government closed the club down the following week for who knows how long. There are many better ways to deal with the issues than to just shut a club down. It is 2019, everyone by now should understand, that the so-called “war on drugs” failed and we need better and new approaches. There is material for a discussion our society should have. In the meantime, I urge you to sign this petition, so we get this beautiful place back up and running. https://bit.ly/2Eq7Azt #SaveBelgianNightlifeCulture Chris Liebing - Tracklist AM/FM 211 1. Ancient Methods - AM-1 A1 2. Franz Bush - Terraforma (Original Mix) - Die Sekte 3. Flug - Logic Gates - Odd Even 4. Gardens of God - Spirits 5. Planetary Assault Systems - Give It Up 6. Keith Carnal - Rolls 7. Heiko Laux - German Turbine 8. DEAS - Inverter 9. Greiss - Kill the Neighbours 10. Secluded - Black Sky (Robert S (PT) Remix) - Secluded 11. Nematic - Scalar (Original Mix) - Micro.fon 12. Oleg Mass - credo56 13. Michel Lauriola - Equable - Gynoid Audio 14. Secus - Elevation 15. Sad Girl - Oizys (Keith Carnal Remix) 16. Edit Select & Teste - Ascend (Amotik Remix) 17. Clark Davis - Profan (Myk Derill Remix) - Translucent 18. Kobosil - Avernian (Original Mix) - Ostgut Ton 19. Planetary Assault Systems - Born Anchors
Chris Liebing Mar 19, 2019
This week´s AMFM is the second and last hour of a set that I played at Dclub Lausanne in beautiful Lausanne Switzerland, very near from another amazing place I like to visit a lot for my ski trips, Verbier. I think this area is one of the most beautiful on the planet. I am always excited to be there and D! Club is an amazing space where I have been playing on a regular basis for many years now. I hope you enjoy the show. Chris Liebing - Tracklist AM/FM 210 1. Luca Agnelli - 7oclock (Mikail Johannson Remix) 2. J.C. - The Rebellion Of The Overmane (Jonas Kopp Remix) - Cabrera 3. Kwartz - Show Me That Light (Cleric Remix) 4. Truncate - Machine Jack V2 5. Sleeparchive - Dividing The Catch 6. Alex Bau VS Lathe - Deeprushin - Be As One 7. Ellen Allien - Innocence (Truncate Remix) - Bpitch Control 8. Collabs - Promo 9. Psyk - Voiceprint 10. Michel Lauriola - Phoneme (Original Mix) - Affekt Recordings 11. Tension - Dos 12. Modeselektor - I Am Your God feat. OVS - Monkeytown Records 13. Robert S - Angels Of Acid (Original Mix) 14. Electric Rescue - Gazoline (Ø [Phase] Rmx) - Obverse Records 15. 99Letters - Lazer Beam (Len Faki Hardspace Mix) 16. Mark Reeve - Temptation (Egbert Remix) - SubVision 17. Dax J - La Haine (Original Mix) - Weekend Circuit 18. Floorplan - Never Grow Old (Mark Broom Dubplate Mix) 19. Amber Rotary - Be As One 20. DAF - Mash