The Attic Podcast: Christian S

Published

January 24, 2018

Christian S has been honing the craft of playing different kinds of electronic dance music since his arrival in Cologne, a city with a vibrant club landscape in the mid-90s, and multi-storied house and techno heritage that has stuck with him (and the city) for good.

DJ travels have taken him all over Europe to known venues, as well as a growing list of cities further afield such as Mexico City, Los Angeles, Moscow, Buenos Aires or Tel Aviv. But Christian S never loses his love for odd little places: strange music, and weird off-the-beaten-DJ-path parties; as reflected by his own rare, underground parties in Cologne and his appearances for over 10 years at Dusseldorf’s infamous little "post-kraut Hacienda", Salon Des Amateurs.

I met him in the summer of 2017 at Waha Festival, where he played a brilliant daytime set in the middle of the nature. This is his contribution to The Attic podcast series. Tune in !

Find Christian S on soundcloud and facebook.

*photo credits: Anton Moisseev

Tracklist

  • Arena México DF

  • K Leimer

    Explanation Of Terms

  • Doxa Sinistra

    The Other Stranger

  • King Kong

    Try Not I Dub

  • Kondens

    K3

  • William Eggleston

    Musik Documentary

  • Falke

    Live In A Bubble (Ergin Erteber Remix)

  • John Cage

    A Room For Piano

  • Pep Llopis, Vicent Alonso

    El Meu Promés [Edit]

  • Uwalmassa

    Untitled 06

  • Takemitsu Toru

    Clap Vocalism

  • Iury Lech

    Barreras

  • Johnny Love & the Amethyst Garnets

    Little Girl

  • Gökçen Kaynatan

    Madimak

  • TBZ

    OG beers / A1

  • Peter Bouncer

    Ready for the dancehall tonight

  • William Eggleston

    Musik Documentary

  • DJ SCSI

    Communication

  • 木魚

    Love 木魚

  • Claus Comedi

    Les Jardins De Genève

  • Ken Boothe

    Memories Lotion

  • Rumanian Truck Stop

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