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LIVE: Patrice is currently on tour through Germany and Switzerland

Patrice is now touring a few select open air stages for a series of intimate concerts. Between classic and new songs, we are excited to bring live music back!

Here’s where he'll be for now but make sure to follow and check his social media pages as more shows are on the horizon!

Jul. 30 Feldkirch, Austria @ Poolbar

Jul. 31 Konstanz, Germany @ Neuwerk

Aug. 04 Jena, Germany @ Kulturarena

Aug. 05 Dinslaken, Germany @ Freilichtbühne Burgtheater

Aug. 06 Oldenburg, Germany @ Boese Events

Aug. 07 Braunschweig, Germany @ Wolters Applaus Garten

Aug. 21 Thun, Switzerland @ Freds Garten Thun

Aug. 25 Berlin, Germany @ Festsaal Kreuzberg Biergarten

Patrice also offers a Meet & Greet backstage pass for two at each concert. Check out the discussion section on the Facebook event pages to see how you can get yours :)


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Energy 52's 'Café Del Mar' remixed by Paul van Dyk

'Café Del Mar' has come to represent the most euphoric and hedonistic pleasures of dancefloors - in Ibiza and all around the world - and has been remixed by some of the biggest names in the industry. One name that’s been strangely absent though is that of Paul Van Dyk: a trance icon and a seemingly perfect fit for remixing a record of this stature. Paul Schmitz-Moormann aka Kid Paul and Paul van Dyk were close DJ buddies in the early Berlin Techno scene, and played around a hundred DJ gigs together, all around Germany and Europe, before they moved on in different directions.

Now nearly 30 years later he’s finally got the chance to remix this iconic record.

Paul Van Dyk’s 'Café Del Mar' remixes mark the first new release on the label Superstition Records after an almost 20 years hiatus. From 1993 until 2003 Superstition Records was a groundbreaking Techno, Tech-House and Trance Label and released some of the biggest and most revered records of the early German electronic scene.

Inactive since 2003, the Paul van Dyk remixes of Café Del Mar open up a series of new re-issues on the Superstition Records imprint throughout the rest of 2021 and beyond.


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OUT: 'See You Later' by Sonnengruss x Amit Benita

Sonnengruss and Amit Benita - a match made in heaven. Their love for warmth and comfort in their music brought them together.

The result is a song about peace, ease of mind and unity. Especially in times of political uproar, the wish to create a song to unite people was even stronger. The collaboration came to be in a time, in which positive messages were rare. Sonnengruss and Amit want to send a message - We need to ease our minds ...

The song was written in Byron Bay (Australia), recorded in Israel and produced in Berlin. Amit and his friends recorded the music video recently in Tel Aviv.

The moments were captured by the talented Jarin Alon.


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Mona Mur - Mona Mur

In summer 1987 Mona Mur met legendary Stranglers musicians JJ Burnel and Dave Greenfield on their compound in beautiful and enchanted East-Anglia to create her first full album MONA MUR.

The synth pop pearl with Dave Greenfield's signature and unique keyboard arpeggios and Burnel's brutal and elegant bass lines strongly influencing the production sound was released 1988 by RCA and was celebrated by filmmakers Monika Treut and Elfi Mikesch in their movie 'Die Jungfrauenmaschine' - which contains a Mona Mur live performance of the song 'Ritz'. The official 'Ritz' video was shot by Eduard Oleschak in Vienna on Heldenplatz and Hofburg and in Palais Saurau in the city of Graz, Austria.

The album also features a special re-recording of 'Surabaya Johnny' using tracks by FM Einheit, Alex Hacke, Nikko Weidemann, Thomas Stern and Siewert Johannsen (the 2nd Mona Mur Band line up) with additional drum tracks by Dave Larcombe ('The Bible').


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'Alles ist eins. Außer der 0.' will premiere 28th of July in Hamburg!

The story of German hackers - a found footage documentary by Klaus Maeck & Tanja Schwerdorf

Unrestricted surveillance and data exploitation by global digital corporations are topics that are discussed daily in the media today. Wau Holland, the founding soul of the Chaos Computer Club, and his allies foresaw these dangers back in the 80s. At the time of the Cold War and the punk subculture, the free spirits were inspired by Californian technology visionaries. They professed the hacker ethic and demanded a human right to worldwide unhindered communication as a prerequisite for democracy and self-determination. This energetic documentary shows how the big questions of our present day permeated Wau Holland's life and work. A haunting portrait of zeitgeist pioneers whose vision is as impressive as it is enriching.

The soundtrack features 'From Psychedelics to Cybernetics' by System 01 feat. Timothy Leary, 'Computerstaat' by Abwärts, Die Goldenen Zitronen and Die Toten Hosen as well as 'Sehnsucht' by Einstürzende Neubauten.

Score has been provided by Einstürzende Neubauten's Alexander Hacke.

Hamburg-Premiere on the 28th of July at Abaton, Zeise Open Air and Zeise Kino.


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Out: 'Might Delete Later EP' by Razz

The 'Might Delete Later' EP is the latest release by German indie rock band Razz since their last album 'Nocturnal' in 2017.

Razz received quite a lot of reputation at early ages already: even before they released their debut album 'With Your Hands We’ll Conquer', they played at big festivals like Hurriance, Deichbrand or Lollapalooza in Berlin. In later years, they supported Jimmy Eat World and played Rock am Ring.

With the new EP, Razz show that they have matured in sound and lyrics. The young band has grown-up, but without loosing their alternative and post-wave signature sound the fans have learned to love.

They have also recently announced a tour starting on the 16th of January 2022 in Berlin at Columbia Theater. We are very much looking forward to hearing these songs live!


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New Fear Factory album out!

June 18th, 2021 (Nuklear Blast)

Fear Factory is an American heavy metal band formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1989. Throughout the band's career, they have released ten full-length albums and have evolved through a succession of sounds, all in their main style of groove metal and industrial metal. Fear Factory was enormously influential on the heavy metal scene in the mid-to-late 1990s.

Fear Factory records are cinematic in scope; sonic landscapes, echoing the dystopian post-apocalyptic futures found in classic sci-fi literature and films, from Ray Bradbury to Blade Runner. 'Aggression Continuum', the tenth studio album, is the culmination of three decades of unforgettable songs, performances, and forward-thinking storytelling concepts, while simultaneously rebooting Fear Factory onto a brilliant and excitingly unpredictable new path. Like the liquid metal T-1000 in the Terminator franchise or the Academy-Award winning reboot of Mad Max, 'Aggression Continuum' is a turning point where what “was” transforms into what will be. It’s Fear Factory’s own Fury Road.

'Aggression Continuum' is 

No. 2 Current Hard Music (Metal)

No. 5 Current Rock Albums

No. 5 Current Independent

No. 15 Billboard Top Albums

No. 17 Internet Albums


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Out: 'Golden Sun' by Trentemøller

'Golden Sun/Shaded Moon', Trentemøller's first release since 2019's 'Obverse' LP, finds him returning to instrumental compositions. It's the newest entry into an ongoing journal of compiled musical case studies exploring suspense and resolution.

As 'Golden Sun' rises, we can feel the dew burn off, and our bodies become bathed in warmth. New themes hatch and rise, gravitating towards the song’s leitmotif. Pitches bend, morph, and we recall treasured days, lying somnambulant on a knoll, draped in beams of sunlight, intoxicated both naturally and chemically. As the song sets our eyelids finally succumb to the weight of sleep, and we dream of a collapsing star.

'Shaded Moon' begins with a sequence of percussive bursts into the great wide yonder, while charged musical particles slowly assemble into an auricular borealis. The peak arrives as if to provide a score for the macrocosm reverting to its ostensible state of chaos, after a brief moment of order. It resolves with layers of pulsating synths, signaling the retreat of perigean tides.