Listening to music with Fabiano

After his debut at the Bar25, Fabiano made his run through a number of Berlin clubs like Panoramabar, Watergate, Arena Club as well as on the popular HOMESWEETHOME parties, just to name a few. His style can be described as drifty Tech-house, often with a touch of more Techno than House, but this is a matter of opinion.

In our interview with Fabiano we talked about music by the Gorillaz, Nicolas Jaar, The Cribs, Bodi Bill, Bonaparte and The Raveonettes.

Gorillaz – Clint Eastwood

You can almost say that this is an indie classic. It reminds me of grey, rainy days and of Clint Eastwood. He is really great, no doubt about that. I have not followed up with the band, which maybe was a mistake.

Nicolas Jaar – Can’t See What Is Burning There

Another hype from America. Honestly, I don’t really get it, and I don’t think the Americans get it as well. His music is really well done, but when it comes to the dance floor, I need more energy. At home I like to listen to quite different stuff…

Bodi Bill – Brand New Carpet

That is awesome. It goes under your skin. The beats are awesome. I would like to hear this track in a club someday… However, I only like few songs from the album.

Bonaparte – Too Much

Well, to be honest, I turn down the radio every time they play it on Motor.FM. It is too much about fun from my point of view, that is just not for me.

One time I played at a party where there was a Bonaparte concert as well. The show is absolutely amazing, no question about that. The guys have a remarkable career, and I truly enjoy following that.

The Raveonettes – War In Heaven

This infernal duo from Denmark is my absolute favorite band. They have been around for a couple of years now, they already released five albums – but somehow they are still underground. I really like these dark, heavy lyrics, the distorted guitars and these awesome drums. Somewhere between melancholy hope, rock ‘n’ roll and pure madness – I really love that. And they are a great live band, too.

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<a href="" target="_self">Jens</a>