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A decade ago, the landscape of club music was an entirely different one. 2005 saw the breakthrough of Oliver Koletzki and Trentemoeller, labels like Get Physical, M_nus and Border Community were essentials in every youngster's record bag. Soulful, jazz-infused house music was clamouring for attention beyond the fringe while being widely ignored by the general public. It's hard to imagine such circumstances considering today's sustained deep house hype, but back in 2005 there were hardly any young DJs invested in the music of Theo Parrish or Ron Trent. In fact, those DJs are the ones who are currently jonesing hardest for their deep house fix – despite having broadly discarded the genre as wimpy-house way back when.Elevate News, Music + Arts, musik_buehnen
This year, the Vienna-based experimental label Editions Mego is celebrating 20 years of existence. Tokyo, London, Barcelona, Berlin and many other cities have put on showcases to celebrate the occasion, and it's only logical that Elevate follows suit. After all, dissident club culture is best celebrated in good company.Elevate News, Music + Arts, musik_buehnen
By way of their ongoing weekly concert series and annual festival, chmafu nocords' Interpenetration showcase their picks covering the bases “music, experiments and video games”.Music + Arts, musik_buehnen, Elevate News
This year's opening night will be brought to you by VICE's music channel, Noisey.Music + Arts, musik_buehnen, Elevate News
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