LÜTZENKIRCHEN "Dumm Dumm" Blufin - OUT SOON
BluFin has been an active part of the electronic label scene since 2005. And by the occasion of their 100th Release BluFin presents an outstanding 3 track EP to showcase some of the very unique styles that their artists represent.
Tobias Lützenkirchen is without doubt a key artist of BluFin and part of the family from day one.
No wonder BluFin asked him to provide the sound track for the BluFin 100 release.
Beatport Links will follow soon.
VA "13" Platform B - OUT AUGUST 1
Lützenkirchen's Platform B imprint is back on the map with its 13th release, aptly titled "#13".
First up is Lutzenkirchen himself with "Nightcutz", a tense groover with a bubbling bassline. Otherworldly stabs and tight percussion lead the way through the tunnel, while the hi-hats provide the frantic momentum.
Gilbert Martini takes over with "511", featuring some sample goodness and monster drums. Add some rave stabs and you're ready for the clinic.
Closing up the EP is Pierre Deutschmann and his "Booya Tribe" track, whose menacing bassline grabs you by the throat before the chugging drums take over.
Beatport Links will follow asap.
Dema & Paride Saraceni "Alarm The Remixes" Feierkind (incl. Lützenkirchen Remix) - OUT NOW
Fresh ammunition for your next attack on a serious Techno dance floor.
Check out Lützenkirchen's bomb remix of Dema & Paride Saraceni "Alarm" below...
Pierre Deutschmann "Yankin The Chain" (incl. Lützenkirchen Remix) XLR1507 - OUT NOW
XLR1507 is a new Berlin based techno label, established in January 2011.
The second release on XLR1507 is produced by PIerre Deutschmann, a rising star in German Techno-Land.
"Yankin The Chain" incl. a fantastic remix by Platform B head honcho Lützenkirchen.
"Remixes at 16:05" (incl. Lützenkirchen Remix) 1605 - OUT NOW
It's been another fantastic season for 1605, with releases spanning all across the Techno and Tech House board.
So what better way to celebrate a prolific year than with a remix pack of some of our hottest tracks?
As always, there's a plenty to choose from, whether it's Umek's interpretation of Hertz's "Shockz" or LÜtzenkirchen's rendition of Christian Gambas' "Fireball".
Covering all bases, from groovy Tech House to rumbling Techno, this collection gives yet another perspective on the sounds that shaped our listening pleasure.
Tom Wax "It's our Future" (The Updates incl. Lützenkirchen Remix) - OUT NOW
1995’s Berlin Love Parade anthem It’s Our Future gets resurrected for the latest edition in the series of lovingly-reconstructed Great Stuff Roots Edition releases.
Tom Wax started making music under the name AWeX in 1994 with the aim of making experimental electronic music without boundaries, and created this landmark banger without knowing what was on his hands.
A huge slice of acid-fuelled groovy techno. Nu-NRG and shuffling hi-hats, it was rather ahead of its time and makes for excellent remix fodder – as these 3 reworkings ably demonstrate.
Holland’s DJ Madskillz shows why he’s so highly in demand with a jacking rework that stays true to the original, giving the percussion a cutting-edge shuffle and teasing the acid in and out of the foreground tantalisingly. It threatens to explode but never quite does, instead working as a very effective tool.
Lützenkirchen gets cheeky and wonky, with a rude descending bass groove throbbing away under sharp beats, galloping rhythms gradually working their way into the mix for extra punch.
Tube & Berger go for a heightened sense of drama, weaving some epic piano chords into the breakdown and flexing their own spiky acid line beneath those of the original. Big room breaks with heads down grooves – a winning combination.
Lützenkirchen "Dread Phase" Respekt - OUT MARCH 14
Tobias Lützenkirchen is on a roll and spreading his Techno disease like there's no tomorrow!
His debut cut on Respekt is a manic, hypnotic ride full of sonic surprises popping out at ever corner.
Laced with his exquisite production, "Dread Phase" just reeks of quality and superb techno workmanship.
On the remix we have Hertz, who have twisted the original and put it though their trademark gritty filter, turning the track into a rolling locomotive chugging through the darkness, in true Respekt style.
Lützenkirchen "Don't Fear To Rock" 1605 - OUT FEB. 28
1605 is very proud to welcome the infamous Lutzenkirchen on board with "Don't Fear To Rock".
A producer who needs no introduction, Lutzenkirchen effortlessly whips out an original which sets new standards for the scene, and for his personal sound as well. Starting off with a massive groove and an infectious bassline, the title track builds and twists until the boundaries of tough house and techno are blurred into a percussion-led frenzy.
Handling the remix is none other than Beltek, who transforms the track into a peak-time monster, making use of a razor sharp bassline, and menacing stabs which leave no man standing.
Clearly, both of these dudes are not afraid to rock.
It's time for Great Carnival Stuff again!
Various Artists – Great Carnival Stuff 2/1 & 2/2
Three years after the release of Vol. 1 with groundbreaking tracks from Namito (‘City Of Gods’), Oliver Koletzki (‘Technica Salsa’), Lützenkirchen (‘My Girldfriends Girl’), Swen Weber (‘Samba De Bochum’) it’s now time for the second edition of Great Carnival Stuff.
All tracks are produced especially and exclusively for this compilation and combine the artists’ own interpretation of carnival with their respective trademark grooves.
This first part starts with tracks from Beatport #1 stars Tube & Berger, 100% Pure artist Jay Lumen, Jean Claude Ades from Munich, Superflu’s mates Andhim, Kling Klong artists Chase Buch & Nick Olivetti, master of the green revolution Namito, Great Stuff A&R Rainer Weichhold and Italian maestro Aki Bergen.
This second edition includes tunes from dutch house masters DJ Madskillz & Anton Pieete, Kling Klong artist Hermanez from Belgium, Argentinian wonderboy Loko, our man from Munich Lützenkirchen, Italian stallion Heartik, Deadfish boss Mowgli, UGLH presenting their new project Bulo, and Break New Soil hotshot Romano Alfieri.
Listen/Buy this release on Beatport
Lützenkirchen "Black Walls" on BluFin OUT NOW
Lützenkirchen is back with two banging tracks on German's Blu Fin record label. For him these tunes are straight back to his techno roots.
Track 1: Black Walls
Track 2: H20
Listen/Buy this release on Beatport
Raveline Interview & Mix Session
Tobias Lützenkirchen is featured with an in-depth interview and an exclusive mix, in the new Raveline Magazine January 2011 edition.
It’s a great read for those who would like to get to know a bit more about Lützenkirchen.
You will receive the mix with buying the magazine, or you can also purchase it from iTunes starting in Februrary.
Please contact us for a scanned copy of the interview. German only - sorry.
Lützenkirchen "Splinter Cell Remix EP" soon on Off Axis
Off Axis Recordings delivers a very especial release with the "Splinter Cell Remix EP". The label calls the record "The Comeback of Techno". Lützenkirchen's original version is an intense old school, pumping techno track. Act. Sense's remix is a careful produced track, which is merging the old and new school together into one piece of pure bliss. Go Techno!
Lützenkirchen "Get Lost EP" soon on Sabotage
Sabotage starts showing its teeth, this time with an EP from the mighty Lützenkirchen. With his feet firmly planted in tough, tech house, Lützenkirchen's first offering , "Get Lost", is a bouncy, uplifting affair with a vocal hook that really makes this a cross-over release. Roy Rosenfeld takes the original to more techno territory with sharp synths taking over and a mighty bassline to spice things up. Continuing on the infectious sound, "Kansas City Shuffle" is another party-friendly gem that features an instantly memorable sax sample...A sample which Wehbba mangles beyond recognition and throws into an intense blend of rugged, shuffling beats. This is tech house for serious headz.
Lützenkirchen & Felix Baumgartner "The Vibe" 303Lovers OUT NOW
A fine package of straight up, funky, 4 To The Floor peak time monsters in perfect Lützenkirchen style. What you hear is what you get! Remixed by Broombeck, Ramires and Nicole Moudaber.
Get it on BEATPORT
MLADEN TOMIC - I SAY EP incl. LÜTZENKIRCHEN Remix
MLADEN TOMIC - I SAY EP
Night Light Records
Release date: Vinyl 07.10.2010, Digital 10.2010
A1. Mladen Tomic - I Say / Lutzenkirchen Remix
A2. Mladen Tomic - I Say / Original Mix
B1. Mladen Tomic - Where Is The Sound / Markantonio Rmx
B2. Mladen Tomic - Where Is The Sound / Original Mix :
Bonus: Mladen Tomic - I Say - Lutzenkirchen HouseThreatment (Digital only)
All the sounds you want to hear just come rushing out to you in all the right places in this great EP from Mladen Tomic who is accompanied by eclectic remixes from a couple of the finest techno stars: Lützenkirchen and Markantonio. The funky kick descends into darkly atmospheric numbers of driving upbeat tech house rhythms. These are a couple of the biggest tracks featuring now on Night Light Records.
Pre-listen an buy HERE
Lützenkirchen & Rainer Weichhold – Impeccable AVAILABLE NOW
Munich Disco Tech Volume 8 again with great surprises: First ever cooperations between GSR regulars Martin Eyerer & Tomcraft and Lützenkirchen & Rainer Weichhold. Plus new exclusives from Italian wonderboy Heartik, no.1 beatport techhouse remixers Tube & Berger and Great Stuff's local hero Markus Mehta from Munich.
01. Heartik - Boog Me
02. Lützenkirchen & Rainer Weichhold – Impeccable
03. Tube & Berger vs Kean Sanders - Slumdog Superstar
04. Martin Eyerer & Tomcraft - It's Simply This
05. Markus Mehta – Masque
Please feel free to check the track Beatport & Soundcloud.
Sander Kleinenberg - R.Y.A.N.L - Remixes by Pleasurekraft, Lützenkirchen, HiJack Brothers
Little Mountain Recordings is back with another large package. Following on from March’s release of ‘R.Y.A.N.L’ (Rock You All Night Long), we now present to you the remixes. Throughout 2010, the original ‘R.Y.A.N.L’ track has been a peak-time disco-fuelled future anthem, featuring tough techy percussion, a deep pulsating bassline and an infectious Daft Punk-esque vocoded vocal line which wowed audiences worldwide. The original track was first road-tested by Sander in the cream of the world’s clubs to great effect and caused a huge stir amongst the world’s DJ elite over the entire summer. The track also gained huge support from BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong.
Little Mountain Recordings now presents the remixes. The package opens with a storming remix from Pleasurekraft. This duo are based in both Stockholm and Miami, and combine the best in international house. They have turned in recent club slammers such as Tarantula, Kanamari and a slew of hot remixes for the likes of Jean Claude Ades, Lea Luna and Miles Dyson. Their remix is a cool, sounding chic interpretation, which will work on early floors as well as mid. The hook-up with Sander progresses beyond the label, as the pair will take to the decks with Sander in the US, including a set at Cielo in NYC on 30th September.
The next mix comes courtesy of Luetzenkirchen. Hots on the heels of recent EPs such as Weekend Freakshow, Phuture Disco Vibes and Just Thursday, the German maestro’s remix is a tougher workout, as you might expect. His signature tech-heavy beats and electronic stabs drive the track while firmly applying the funk at the same time. This remix will cater for the more driving, peak time moments.
The Hijack Brothers Remix is a more electro-sounding workout, with mad stabs and a pulsating bassline which will put any good sound system through its paces. It’s a full-on, in your face remix, which really uses the vocoded influences to maximum effect. This act, comprising of Jack Lomo & Jack Diuzi, prove their diversity of not only turning in innovative house music, but also have rock and downtempo productions to their name. The duo even have a completely new funk-fuelled interpretation of Nirvana’s Smells Like Teen Spirit slated for release! Little Mountain Recordings is delighted to have The Hijack Brothers on board! The release of ‘R.Y.A.N.L’ remixes is set to ensure further plaudits for Little Mountain Recordings, and further ensures Sander Kleinenberg’s profile remains high as one of the most hard-working and pioneering DJs around in 2010.
Nick Warren | 4/5 | Luetzenkirchen for mee, excellent
Leama | 4/5 | Luetzenkirchen the one.
Russell Deeks | 4/5 | A strong set of mixes all-round but Luetzenkirchen is my fave, what is release date please?
Dave Seaman | 4/5 | Pleasurekraft mix is cool, Luetzenkirchen mix is great!
Anthony Pappa | 4/5 | I like the "Pleasurekraft Remix" and the "Luetzenkirchen Remix" and l will play these out. Thanks. Pappa.
Roger Sanchez | 3/5 | Downloading Luetzenkirchen remix
Trent Cantrelle | 5/5 | Top notch remixes! full support!
Wesley S | 4/5 | EXCELLENT!!!!!
Wally lopez | 3/5 | Support!.....Luetzerkirchen for me
Christopher Lawrence | 4/5 | Great!
Tom Stephan | 4/5 | Luetzenkirchen mix is the one for me
Dan Tait | 4/5 | Love to hate the vocal...... Luetzenkirchen is the one! Love the drums and rolling groove. WIl support :-)
Gareth Emery | Cool mixes
Pleasurekraft | 4/5 | Cool release all around - pleasure for us to be on it!
Frederic Berger & Patrick Buck | 3/5 | Nice remix by lützenkirchen, willm try it out. thx
Ronski Speed | 3/5 | Nice one. nice lutzen remix.
Aga Heller | 4/5 | Some really nice mixes! Like the Pleasurekraft und the Luetzenkirchen Remix. Will support!
Stefan Bauer | 3/5 | Lützenkirchen delivers one of his best remixes in a long long time!
New 1605 Label Compilation "Wake me up at 16:05" feat. Lützenkirchen
Hot on the heels of our frantic summer release schedule and by way of (prematurely) welcoming the Fall/Winter season, we've prepared a little "collection" of our own. Featuring established culprits from the label roster as well as exciting new additions and alliances we proudly present another defining moment in our auditory evolution: "Wake Me Up at 16:05" is a snapshot, a landmark and a sure sign of bigger, harder, faster (maybe not that much) things to come from us. Enjoy!
pre-listen and buy HERE
The Compilation already got massive Feedback:
Marco Bailey - "great package!"
Joey Beltram - "Great comp! will definately play a lot of these."
Slam - "amazing complilation"
Dave Seaman - "wow, a selction of absolute stompers!"
Spektre - "Some real treats here!!"
Sander Van Doorn - "nice tracks in there!"
Lucca - "All tracks are really great and playable:-))"
Danilo Vigorito - "good tracks..alot of choices!! will try!"
Mauro Picotto - "2010 - Remixes" incl. Lützenkirchen Remix
Next Picotto release includes all remixes from his latest album "2010".
Featuring reworks from Umek, Cari Lekebusch, Reset Robot, Lützenkirchen, Lauhaus and Emanuele Inglese.
2010 – The Remixes includes also a special bonus mix of Picotto's "Go".
Already supported by Adam Beyer, Slam, Martin Eyerer, Secret Cinema, Paco Osuna, Dubfire, Christian Smith, Gregor Tresher, Wally Lopez, Mistress Barbara and many more!!
pre-listen and buy HERE
LÜTZENKIRCHEN - Weekend Freakshow EP
Rounding off our hectic summer release schedule in classic style, Umek's 1605 label is very proud to present Mr. Tobias Lützenkirchen. Lützenkirchen has been not-so-subtly making a name for himself the last years, easily straddling the line between genres and quickly earning himself the widespread praise and support of jock across the board as well as fans. His second contribution to the label is the "Weekend Freakshow" EP, containing 2 brand new productions that are indicative of his finely tuned production work and sensibilities while also fitting in with our high standard and aesthetic. Truly, this is a match made in heaven-check it out for yourself!
The tracks are available on Beatport.
LÜTZENKIRCHEN - Whats The Matter
Lützenkirchen delivers a rocking tune on his latest release on Sebastian Leger's Mistakes imprint. The B-Side delivers a dark techno remix by the man of the moment Uto Karem!
Follow the link below to check out the track snippets on Beatport.
PLATFORM B #12
A1: Lützenkirchen – Harabic
A2: Flavio Acaron – Mambo People
B1: Lützenkirchen – Jack Sick Jack
B2: Pierre Deutschmann – Down For Maintenance
After a 6 months break due to a very busy studio and live-schedule from labelowner Tobias Lützenkirchen, Platform B is back on track with two awesome club bombs from the master himself and 2 tracks from his friends Pierre Deutschmann from Berlin and newcomer Flavio Acaron from South America. Enjoy this 12. volume of Lützenkirchen’s unstoppable Platform B EPs full of lecker food for the underground.
Lützenkirchen - Body Nation EP
Right after Luetzenkirchen’s great last releases on Great Stuff (“Ghost Me EP), Kling Klong (Linear Sky EP) and on his own label Platform B (EP #11) the unstoppable studio wizard lost no time for his next EP.
These three massive and very diverse tracks with funky Disco-Tech (“Body Nation”), jackin’ nu Chicago house (“Yoh-Ka!”) and driving techhouse (“Till I Come To Your Rescue”) should please all crowds and will be highlights in Luetzenkirchen’s weekly live-sets everywhere on this planet. This guy proves it again and again.
Lützenkirchen - Linear Sky EP
First ever release for Luetzenkirchen on Martin Eyerer's hot Kling Klong label with 3 techhouse belters and a huge remix from WhoMadeWho's Tomas Barfod (Get Physical). Another great step for Luetzenkirchen to showcase his new groove after the very successful "Ghost Me" EP on Great Stuff.
DJ Madskillz, Guy J, Mike Monday, Kaiserdisco, &Me, Desyn Masiello, President Bongo, Oliver Klein, Namito, Mihalis Safras..
Lützenkirchen - Ghost Me EP
The 3 most rocking and requested tracks from Luetzenkirchen's live sets during this summer finally on one release. With this second Great Stuff EP this year he easily makes his transition to a more groovier sound permanent and shows again his unstoppable talent and studio skills. With more releases to come on Kling Klong and his own Platform B imprint this looks like a hot winter for Tobias.
Rel. date: November, 02nd
Lützenkirchen – Munich Clubbing Supreme
After a short studio break, Tobias used his time again to work on new stuff for his live set, heavily inspired by long nights in Munich/Bavaria with his mates. Out of these studio sessions Great Stuff selected 3 club bombs which can’t fit better. Still filled with Luetzenkirchen’s trademark sound but with a fresh groove and definitely outstanding ideas. Enjoy this new side of Munich’s Clubbing Master!
A: Munich Clubbing Supreme
B1: Lonely Phone Want To Speak
The first Platform B anniversary ::: 10 releases
More than one year after the first release, it’s time to celebrate the 10th. release of Platform B. Labelboss Tobias Lützenkirchen selected 4 more tracks for this EP which he roadtested during his live sets with great results. Again this release is a perfect example for the general label philosophy: To be a platform for Lützenkirchen and his friends from Munich/Bavaria/Germany. So enjoy this release by Lützenkirchen and his mates Joseph Disco & Tonio Barrientos.
A1. Lützenkirchen – Breezer
A2. Lützenkirchen – Katapult
B1. Lützenkirchen & Joseph Disco – Synchro System
B2. Lützenkirchen & Tonio Barrientos – Habitacion 502
Pre- listening here
Men of the moment and flavours of the month come and go, as the phrases suggest. It’s relatively easy to get a short-term buzz in dance music – but in these days of limitless downloads and increasing disposability, few hotshots have got it what it takes to go the distance.
Lützenkirchen is one name that refuse to go away. Munich’s foremost electro-techno exponent has moved effortlessly between underground and overground success in recent years – scoring a German Top 10 chart hit with the huge 3 Tage Wach while putting out a prolific, consistent stream of cool and credible club tracks, all a decade after he first began producing. From his huge remixes for the likes of John Digweed and Coburn to his outstanding 2008 artist album Pandora Electronica, the power and quality of his productions rarely slip. Meanwhile his acclaimed live sets continue to grow in reputation, his charismatic stage presence bringing a breath of fresh air to the usual limp and lifeless laptop workout.
Tobias Lützenkirchen’s roots in the music game go way back to 1992, when he first appeared on record as singer. After immersing himself in his love dance music by working as a promoter in Ibiza in 1995, he worked as a professional background vocalist and songwriter on some major projects from 1996 to 1999, before succumbing to the house and techno bug that had been slowly consuming him. Some 20+ aliases, artist names and collaborative groups later, Lützenkirchen was born in 2005 – the name with which he would finally become a global star.
Blending infectious, jacking techno grooves with dirty electro sounds and dashes of house, his sounds is electronic as they come, but with a real sense of funk that makes his music accessible to a wide range of DJs, clubbers and part-time dance music enthusiasts. He doesn’t follow the musical crowd – but that’s not to say that he doesn’t know how to keep the music fresh. Continually striving to innovative and evolve his sound, you can always count on him to push things forward – rather than copying the latest hotshot or ripping off endless old records.
He only began his DJ career in 2006, when the success of his productions began to bring booking requests from around the world, and by 2008 he had switched to performing pure live sets. But whether he’s playing to 300 people in a sweaty provincial German nightclub, or to 35,000 at a huge festival, his enthusiasm and passion are the same. The last two years have seen him play in every continent at least twice, with 8 tours of Brazil in the past 3 years alone. Despite this heavy travel schedule, he remains one of the most prolific producers around – with a level of quality that few can match.
He’s not about hype, trends, fads or jumping on bandwagons – Lützenkirchen lets his music speak for itself. And 10 years on, it’s still telling quite a story…
Not countable anymore!
He had more than 100 releases on Beatport within the last 6 months!
Discogs for more information.
to Lützenkirchen's July 2011 Live Mix.