PIET VAN NOORD
DJ | RADIO HOST | PROMOTER | PRODUCER
ED 127 WITH MORITZ BUTSCHEK
About Moritz Butschek:
"Probably one of the best-known names on the Munich club scene at the moment," was a common sight.
Moritz Butschek is resident DJ of the club Bahnwärter Thiel and Wannda Circus. Two unique institutions that he also supports in booking. In his hometown Munich you can often find him in other venues like Harry Klein or once the MMA - Mixed Munich Arts. In addition, he makes regular trips to Berlin to make guest appearances in Sisyphos, Ritter Butzke or Wilden Renate, for example. He also made further stops in Hamburg at the South Pole and the Circolo degli Artisti in Rome.
Alongside acts like Black Coffee, Einmusik, Kerala Dust, Mira & Chris Schwarzwälder, Rampue or the Kater Blau DJs his music found the perfect complement.
As initiator of the online magazine Two In A Row, Moritz Butschek not only deals with the curation of cultural tips for the Munich scene, but also regularly invites aspiring and well-known artists to enrich the associated podcast series with electronic music. In the meantime, Two In A Row also stands for successful parties, which Moritz Butschek organizes in changing locations with selected DJ colleagues.
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KICKING OFF 2020 WITH JAN OBERLAENDER
About Jan Oberlaender:
The Germans say that lies have short legs. Meaning, they don't go very far. Does this make them bad dancers, too? Well, luckily this isn't one of Jan's problems, because he is an honest country boy with very long legs. And skilful hands; that keep everything in place and everyone on the dance foor. Which is pretty much exactly how he settles things. He strides forth upon this world and into the club.
He knows what we require for late night delight when our day is done. His long arms reach out to us and present us with a fresh, artfully arranged bouquet of grade-A data; indeed, its circular wreath of splendour, set atop a tightly bound bushel of lows is what brings us back to life at the end of the day. Sleep when you're dead.