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Episode Info: Mit Podcast #48 gehen wir auf eine Reise in den hohen Norden und präsentieren euch einen Mix des gebürtigen Göteborgers Christian Seance. Den mittlerweile in Berlin ansässigen DJ durftet ihr auch schon auf der ein oder anderen Veranstaltung von uns erleben. Wir sprachen mit ihm im Interview über das Nachleben in seiner Heimat, seine aktuellen Projekte und wie er sich in der Musikszene von Berlin zurechtfindet. Steckbrief Artist: Christian SeanceLabel: Husknuten & SwingothekaStil: SurrealismBorn: Göteborg, SwedenOn air since: 2007Living: Berlin & GöteborgPlaytime: Between midnight and sunriseSetup: Rekordbox, USBs, Pioneer or A&H mixerFavorites: Boards of Canada, Röyksopp, Beach HouseDrink: Secco-MaracujaSuperpower: Teleportation Podcast (Direktlinks: SoundCloud, Podcast Feed, iTunes, Download) (Show original in english) Interview Hey Christian, nice to welcome you to our podcast. How are you doing? Thank you! Happy to send you this mix, which actually is recorded from the start of my set when I played for you at Seasite festival in June. After the break for the fire show.. I think it was one o‘ clock in the night when I started playing, the floor filled up and it was a engaged and cheering crowd, really fun!! And thanks, I’m all good, quite busy actually but that’s normal. I read a funny meme yesterday, that being adult is to constantly think that „yeah yeah, it is much now but next week it will calm down“ ..and then it never does haha :-) Your roots are in beautiful Sweden, what brought you to Berlin and can you compare the nightlife with your hometown? I’m from Göteborg but I have not been to other places in Sweden for some years now so I can not talk about the whole country. The nightlife in Göteborg is more similar to smaller german cities than Berlin. Most large parties are on Saturday night for a few peak hours. To dance all night in Sweden you need to create memberships that people sign up for before, if it is a closed circuit you can sell alcohol, so it is a constant battle with authorities where this border between private and public goes.. When you make a party you risk a lot because it could get closed down before it even starts. So it is difficult with foreign bookings to these allnighters.. but that also means that the organizers that do are really into it for the right reasons usually, and it means much when an event goes well. Since last year there is an amazing venue Café Fluß, that looks a bit similar to Klunkerkranich, built from recycled materials. DJs play longer sets and you can go to dance, swim in a public pool and sauna, almost all evenings during the summer. There you can some nights hear the melodic, trippy, a bit slower house that is my favourite style in Berlin. Otherwise it’s hard techno and romanian minimal that are the most popular genres in town. The best thing is that you easily meet people again that you met before each time you go out, that is something I really miss in Ber...
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