Two Thoughts on Streaming Services

I don’t know anyone who questions his streaming habits. Do you? Hardly anyone realizes how harmful online streaming is to climate, be it series, movies, music or other digital content. No matter how environmentally conscious we try to give our best for sustainability in everyday life, we eventually reach a Read more…

The Techno Life – Part 3 | 1999 – 2007

Kay-Uwe Lenk aka DJ DASFAX At the time, a lively scene was developing in Berlin around a new subgrenre of Techno: Electroclash – as celebrated by Fischerspooner with elements from Punk, New Wave and Electro. Clubs like the WMF or the Cookies were among the most prominent players of this new musical current with DJ Hell – who already played the Read more…

The Techno Life – Part 1 | 1984 – 1995

Kay-Uwe lenk alias DASFAX As a youth of the mid80s who took an increased interest in  experimental music, I experienced how influential acts such as Anne Clark, New Order, Depeche Mode or Soft Cell – representatives of the electronic avant-garde of their time, parallel to mainstream music – became my favourite musical genre. Their Read more…

The History Of Techno – Part 4

The summary of Detroit techno history The young Techno-Heads of Detroit did not want to hand over their brainchild to the big capitalist music publishers dominating the market and let adhesion contracts deprive them of their creativity and intellectual property. The musicians known as the Belleville Three launched their own labels. One Read more…

Press Kit

Kay-Uwe Lenk alias DASFAX My love for electronic music began during the mid80s. In the Techno and House music clubs of Germany, eclectic musical currents developed, and the sound which influenced me most came from Berlin, Detroit and the UK. This sound is still playing a major role in my current DJ sets. The master keywords of my Read more…

The History Of Techno – Part 3

The radio show Electrifying Mojo by Charles Johnson in Detroit with its versatile program represented a fundamental idea which was liberated from the predominant conventionalizations. Not only was the music selection unorthodox – with a mixture of Kraftwerk Prince   ,  B-52s    or Parliament – but Johnson also spoke about issues like tolerance, respect and solidarity. And this message Read more…