Monday, November 20, 2006

New DJ in town

Some people like to go out in weekends, to a bar, club, movie, theatre with their friends. Others choose to leave the boring, cold city for other friendly destinations. It doesn't matter which kind of person you are, sometimes it's nice to just relax and chillout in a club where a new DJ made his appearance. It's interesting and fresh to witness his first event in that city, no one knows him there, the audience is not used to this music genre and therefore he may be a little nervous, not knowing what will happen. I kept hearing people forming opinions about clubbing days, the good old ones and the mainstream present times. Even though they are bragging about their "underground" culture, when the moment of listening to virgin sets comes, they don't like the music because it's not what they were used to, or fall down due to alcohol and who knows what else, thus laying on couches and sleeping. Forget about the "music" you like to hear, the one you are pasionate about, being the only reason you drive for 3 hours to go in a different city clubbing.
This weekend I have met this type of people and listened to great sets of a fresh DJ mixing trance. Even though I am not a trance fan, I enjoyed his music a great deal, because of the various slow and fast beats changing and therefore not becoming boring, new rythms and even old tunes mixed so that anyone can enjoy the sets.

This new DJ is Oliver Auerbach and the club where the afterhours event took place is Karma in the city of Constanta. The audience in this city still have to learn about quality music and the first condition to achieve this is to have an open mind. This German DJ has mixed before not only in Germany but also in Cheers club, Bucharest. One of his sets was played at Radio21.
I hope we'll hear about his new sets in the near future and who know, maybe he'll have a website where we can find out about his new club gigs, sets and post our comments.
Weiterhin viel Erfolg!

What DJs/bands/artists do you like and would like to see in a concert/clubbing?

Tags: Oliver Aurbach in Cheers, DI Trance channel , Trance



  • I've had a live presentation of the event, but I also like this one. :) You make me feel bad about missing the event, although I have no real interest in trance, as you know. However, I am surprised that people who state have an interest in this still lack any knowledge about it...

    By Blogger Alina, at 11:17 AM  

  • Yes it seemed surprising for me as well. However, considering the fact that Romanians are in general a bragging nation, we shouldn't be surprise.

    By Blogger Cristina Banu, at 4:29 PM  

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